Current Job Listings
Senior Director of Development, University Libraries
Associate Director of Affinity Engagement
Operations Manager and Assistant to the Chief of Staff
Training & Communication Specialist
Development Coordinator, Performing Arts Center
Systems Administrator Specialist
Web Operations Specialist
Reporting to the Associate Director of Application Development, this position is responsible for developing, implementing, testing, documenting, and supporting a variety of new and existing Development & Alumni Relations (DAR) web solutions supported by the Advancement Services department. Examples of solutions created or managed could include, but are not limited to, online donation pages, event registration pages, custom web applications, click to configure solutions, and content management system support.
Associate Director of Alumni Programs
The Associate Director of Alumni Programs serves as the program manager for the Office of Alumni Relations’ signature programs including Bulldog 100, 40 Under 40, and the Alumni Awards. This includes serving as the day-to-day point of contact for the project management team made up of Development & Alumni Relations (DAR) colleagues in the Office of Strategic Programs and DAR Communications.
Annual Giving Officer
This position serves as the annual giving liaison for 3-4 assigned schools, colleges, and units and is responsible for developing and executing unit-specific and central annual giving strategies, providing regular reporting on key performance metrics, and ensuring best practices are utilized in all annual giving initiatives. This position also plans and executes a minimum of four large-scale, central direct mail campaigns annually and assists with special campaigns throughout the year that focus on increasing UGA’s alumni participation rate.
Prospect Management Specialist
Contact Christy Dasher to learn more.
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