University of Pennsylvania

Central Development and Alumni Relations

 

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Job Opportunities

Experience level: 
024
Job type: 
Gifts Accounting, Administration and Records is a unique organization with both reporting lines to both Development and Alumni Relations and the Division of Finance. Providing support to Development staff and ensuring the accurate financial reporting of over $600 million contributions to the University annually.
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Job type: 
The Campaign Strategy and Advancement Services team supports all areas of the University Campaign and services plan. The Campaign and Advancement Services areas also provide services to all Development and Alumni Relations units centrally and across the university, including School and Center Programs. The Campaign Office serves to plan and manage all aspects of the university campaign, including goal setting, tracking and reporting campaign progress, coordinating internal and external campaign communications, and managing campaign volunteers.
Experience level: 
025
Job type: 
Gifts Accounting, Administration (GAA) and Records is a unique organization with both reporting lines to both Development and Alumni Relations and the Division of Finance. Providing support to Development staff and ensuring the accurate financial reporting of over $600 million contributions to the University annually.
Experience level: 
027/028
Job type: 
The mission of the Major Gifts program is to raise major gifts ($250K- $5 million) for University and campaign priorities, with a focus on alumni from Penn’s four undergraduate schools: Wharton, Arts and Sciences, Engineering, and Nursing. In addition, the program is charged with identifying and developing new major gift prospects and volunteer leadership for the Schools, Centers and University. Prospects assigned to the Major Gift program are largely comprised of undergraduate alumni, but also includes parents of current undergraduate students.
Experience level: 
028
Job type: 
The mission of the Major Gifts program is to raise major gifts ($250K- $5 million) for University and campaign priorities, with a focus on alumni from Penn’s four undergraduate schools: Wharton, Arts and Sciences, Engineering, and Nursing. In addition, the program is charged with identifying and developing new major gift prospects and volunteer leadership for the Schools, Centers and University. Prospects assigned to the Major Gift program are largely comprised of undergraduate alumni, but also includes parents of current undergraduate students.
Experience level: 
026
Job type: 
Finance and Operations (FAO) serves as the primary financial and facilities resource for all departments within Central Development & Alumni Relations, including Penn Medicine Development and serves as DAR’s liaison to the Comptroller, Budget, ISC, Penn Facilities and Penn Public Safety. FAO provides information and support in areas specifically related to Travel (policy compliance and reimbursement), Procurement (BEN Financials, Penn Purchasing Cards, petty cash), Budget, Facilities Management and Telecommunications.
Experience level: 
27
Job type: 
Based in New York City and reporting to the Senior Director of Major Gifts, New York Regional Office, the Associate Director will manage his/her own portfolio of major gift prospects and donors in the New York region. Specific Responsibilities: Cultivate and solicit alumni prospects in the New York region, with emphasis on securing commitments of $100,000 or more to the University’s top priorities. Responsibilities include: * Manage a prospect pool of 200 names. * Identify and rate new prospects capable of making gifts of $100,000 or more.
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UNG
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Reporting to the Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations, the Associate Vice President for Development for Undergraduate Programs will focus on the integration of the undergraduate and individual gift fundraising programs with the four Undergraduate Schools (Arts and Sciences, Engineering and Applied Science, Nursing, and Wharton) in order to systematically solicit and engage the interest of a larger group of individual donors having potential to contribute significant levels of gift support to the University.