Serve as primary administrative support for the School and Center Program in Penn’s Office of Development and Alumni Relations – a program which collectively manages thirteen development and alumni relations programs at schools and centers across the University of Pennsylvania. Provide direct support to the Associate Vice President, the Director of Development for Arts and Culture and the Associate Director of Planning and Analysis around various aspects of the day-to-day operation of this program as well as supporting the program’s broader partnerships, projects and strategies.
Penn Law is one of the oldest and most distinguished law schools in the United States. We offer a distinctive cross-disciplinary legal education, drawing on the depth and breadth of the University of Pennsylvania, and a supportive intellectual community for scholars and students alike.
The Business Administrator for External Affairs will have oversight of all financial and operational needs for a large, high volume department engaged in fundraising and alumni relations domestically and internationally.
The School of Social Policy & Practice (SP2) is noted for its commitment to social justice and to educating students that will take an active role in the struggle against oppression. SP2 contributes to the advancement of more effective, efficient and humane human services through education, research and civic engagement. In pursuit of this mission, its theory-based masters and doctoral programs in social work, social welfare, non-profit leadership and social policy encourage students to think and work across disciplinary lines and cultures, locally, nationally, and globally.
Reporting to the School’s Senior Executive Director of Development, the Senior Director will oversee the Wharton School’s international development efforts. This includes enabling Wharton to expand and enhance its engagement of and support from constituents in the international community and within targeted communities with an international focus within the United States.