Current Job Listings
Director of Development, Jere. W. Morehead Honors College
Creative Design Associate
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.
Social Media Specialist
Reporting to the Digital Director, the Web Developer executes, maintains, and enhances web initiatives for the Division of Development and Alumni Relations (DAR). This position coordinates with designers, programmers, project coordinators and other communications professionals to create and manage DAR’s online presence by creating modern, visually compelling and easy to use web experiences that adhere to the refreshed visual identity of the University of Georgia.
Assistant Director of Foundation Relations
The Assistant Director of Foundation Relations is responsible for the development of local and national relationships with private foundations. The Assistant Director performs research, identifies, cultivates, solicits, and stewards foundation donors. In addition, the incumbent works collaboratively with UGA faculty, staff, and development colleagues to write, edit, review, and prepare proposals for final submission to philanthropic funders.
Training & Communication Specialist
Reporting to the Assistant Manager of Client Services, this position is responsible for developing various types of communication projects using the GAIL (Giving and Alumni Information Link) database system in accordance with the needs of central staff and staff in the schools/colleges/units. This position will create and maintain instructional design materials, conduct user training classes, and conduct meetings with staff members requesting assistance with their communication projects, and act as liaison between the requesting party and any/all central teams to ensure additional supporting tasks are performed that will assist with completing each project in a successful manner.
Administrative Associate, Alumni Relations
Director, Career Development & Programs
Reporting to the Executive Director of the Career Center, this position serves as a vital leadership team member on the Career Center team, innovating and designing initiatives to better support the career development of students and contributing in significant ways on Career Center committees. This position holds primary focus on all Career Center career development practices and programmatic efforts, including diversity, graduate student, arch ready, career counseling and coaching, and outreach programs. The position is also responsible for developing and leading all talent management initiatives for the career consultant and graduate assistant staff.
Career Consultant, UGA Career Center
This Career Consultant position serves as the career services liaison to the Colleges/Schools at The University of Georgia. This is the tangible link between the Career Center and the college; both externally, as a resource on career planning issues specific to that college for students, employers and faculty; and internally, as a referral point of contact and advocate for that college.
Regional Director of Development, California
Student Representative, Engagement Center
The University of Georgia is proud to have students who work each day to connect alumni with fundraising causes across the university. Students engage with alumni, parents and friends on behalf of the University of Georgia’s initiatives as well as school and college academic priorities.
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