Current Job Listings
Gift Accounting Associate, UGA Foundation
Reporting to the Assistant Director of Gift Accounting, this position reviews, commits, and adjusts revenue in the donor database; fields campus and donor requests for payment information; and provides transaction metrics for the department to gauge departmental accuracy and efficiency. Duties are varied in nature, involving independent action and judgment.
Major Gift Officer, Parent Giving
This position is based in the Office of Parent Giving within the Development & Alumni Relations Division and reports to the Senior Director. Its purpose is to raise major gifts from current parents to support the University of Georgia. This position focuses on parent donors within Georgia and throughout the country and will help the Senior Director institute a strong culture of parent giving and engagement within the University.
Associate Director of Alumni Career Services
Reporting to the Career Center’s Executive Director, this position provides advising and counseling related to career exploration, job-related skill development, experiential learning, graduate school, re-careering, and employment for University of Georgia alumni. The position also manages alumni Handshake accounts, an alumni newsletter, career-related webinars and workshops, and events that connect employers to alumni.
Senior Director of Annual Giving
The Senior Director of Annual Giving is responsible for daily oversight of the Annual Giving team for the University. The Annual Giving team is primarily responsible for increasing the alumni participation rate and raising unrestricted revenue to support schools, colleges, and units across campus. Serving as a leader for the unit, this professional supervises the team’s efforts in direct marketing utilizing phone, direct mail and digital approaches and special campaigns including Georgia Giving Day, UGA license tag program, faculty/staff campaign and more.
Associate Director, Employer Relations & Communications
The Associate Director of Employer Relations & Communications functions in a variety of external engagement roles, including employer relationship building, alumni relations, development, and external communications & marketing. The position supervises a team of career consultants who coordinate boutique career fairs and/or have substantial direct employer recruiting interactions. This position holds the major responsibility of coordinating all social media and marketing efforts for students and employers. In addition, this position serves students through career services, including individual appointments, workshops, and other services.
This position provides project management, marketing planning, and writing support for two to five units within the division, as well as anywhere from 3-6 content projects of varying scope and deadlines at any given time. In the execution of these tasks, the Communications Associate coordinates with designers, multimedia specialists, digital strategists, and communication coordinators to increase the team’s overall capacity to produce high quality, effective marketing plans, and materials.
Gift Receiving Associate, UGA Foundation
Reporting to the Senior Accountant for the Gift Receiving team, this position serves a critical role in the day-to-day processing of revenue for the University of Georgia Foundation. The position is accountable for establishing controls for payments received by the Foundation and supporting accurate and timely processing of donor contributions.
Prospect Management Specialist
Data Collection Specialist
This position reports to the Assistant Manager of Records Management and works closely with the Associate Director of Records and colleagues in the unit. The position is primarily responsible for data entry and maintenance of all University of Georgia donor and alumni information. This includes the processing of biographical updates of donor and alumni data received from fundraisers, alumni, and other campus databases.
Development Analyst, Research & Prospect Management
Reporting to the Senior Director of Prospect Research, the Development Analyst provides prospect identification, analytics support, and research support for the Division of Development & Alumni Relations (DAR). The Development Analyst creates concise, accurate, and timely ratings, strategy briefings, and profiles, using biographical information, financial data, news, philanthropic history, and other public-related resources, to support principal, major and annual giving frontline fundraising efforts.
Administrative Associate, Alumni Relations - Atlanta
Director of UGA Foundation Investments
The Director of UGA Foundation Investments holds an integral role within the investment team at the University of Georgia Foundation, including thorough evaluation and monitoring of investments, financial modeling, review of relevant research and security-specific documentation (including regulatory filings, private placement memorandums, limited partnership agreements and other due diligence materials) and preparing Investment Committee memorandums and updates related to the investment portfolio.
Associate Director of Prospect Management
Reporting to the Senior Director of Prospect Management, the Associate Director of Prospect Management plays a key role in overseeing prospect management staff in support of maintaining an informative prospect management system that relates directly to goals and targets; provides overall guidance, oversight, and strategy to fundraisers with regards to prospect management; works in collaboration with the Senior Director in directing activities that define the creation and strategic direction of a prospect management and portfolio review program.
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