The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania seeks a proactive, collaborative, and value-driven Senior Director of Major and Planned Gifts (Senior Director) to provide strategic direction, inspirational leadership and oversight for the School’s comprehensive major gifts fundraising program and alumni activities. This is an exciting opportunity for an accomplished fundraising professional to harness the energy of a high-capacity community of advancement colleagues, faculty, alumni and students in maximizing philanthropic support for one of the world’s premier business schools and most highly-recognized providers of knowledge to the global business community.
New York City or Monticello, NY
To amplify its reach and potential to assist more families, The Center for Discovery is seeking a Chief Admissions Officer (CAO) who will drive growth by transforming, elevating, and accelerating the recruiting and admissions process. Focusing on The Center’s Pediatric Services, the CAO will expand existing residential and day-school programs, and prepare for the launch of a children’s specialty hospital that will serve families from around the country and the world.
OHSU has an unprecedented opportunity to realize the full potential of precision medicine by finding new methods of detecting and shutting down cancers at their earliest phase. It’s time to further accelerate these advances. In support of these bold endeavors, the OHSU Foundation seeks a strategic, relationship-focused, high-capacity development leader to serve as Senior Director for Cancer Fundrasing (Senior Director). While the Senior Director will seek to propel the work of the Knight Cancer Institute and cancer-related research at OHSU by harnessing the full range of fundraising, marketing and outreach activities at OHSU and the Foundation’s disposal, the primary responsibility of this role is to raise significant levels of philanthropic support for cancer-related research, capital projects, and clinical pursuits.
Chestnut Hill, MA
Boston College seeks a highly-responsive, solutions-focused and collaborative Director of Development (Director) to drive fundraising and direct all aspects of development for the Carroll School of Management (CSOM). Reporting into the Executive Director (ED) of School Development, the Director will promote coordinated and focused action for CSOM’s development activities with the aim of advancing the School’s priorities; the Dean’s vision; and increasing support and awareness for the School’s innovative programs, faculty and student achievements, research and interdisciplinary initiatives. Working closely with the ED as well as Dean Andy Boynton, the Director will serve as the primary liaison between BC’s Office of University Advancement and CSOM deans and faculty.
Reporting to the Managing Director, Leadership for Better Health, the Director of the Coordinating Center has primary responsibility and authority for leading and implementing collaborative activities among the four leadership programs (Health Policy Research Scholars, Interdisciplinary Research Leaders, Culture of Health Leaders, and Clinical Scholars).
Reporting to the Managing Director, Leadership for Better Health (LBH), the Program Officer OR Senior Program Officer (PO/SPO) will focus on the Foundation’s efforts to develop and support leaders who will take committed, coordinated, and collaborative action toward increasing individual and collective health and wellbeing. To achieve its mission, LBH will develop strategies and a culture that supports high performance teamwork. Core to the Foundation’s mission, LBH programs and initiatives focus on how individuals and organizations can shift mindsets, tackle systemic barriers to health and wellbeing, and organize individuals into teams, collaboratives, and partnerships to advance social change.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) is the nation’s largest philanthropy dedicated solely
to health. In recent years, the Foundation has launched an effort to align its goals and activities
around building a Culture of Health in the United States. In connection with their focus areas, the
Foundation funds a range of types of research to expand their understanding of what most shapes
health, and which types of interventions may have the greatest potential for impact.
In support of its plan to increase statewide presence and impact, the ACLUM is hiring its first Director of Human Resources & Team Development (Director) to establish an effective human resource office with a focus on employee training and team development. The Director will join an exceptionally skilled and dedicated team of lawyers, organizers, communications specialists, and lobbyists, working together in the courts, the legislature, the media, with ACLU members, and with allied organizations and groups to extend constitutional protections and defend human rights and civil liberties.
Chestnut Hill, MA
Boston College seeks a Director, International Advancement (Director) to provide dynamic, strategic, and collaborative leadership to the University’s international principal and major giving efforts. The Director will have responsibility for increasing gifts at the major gift level and above from Boston College alumni, parents, and friends living outside of the United States, with a particular emphasis on China and Southeast Asia.
Talent Citizen, an executive search firm that brings together the nation’s best thinkers from the civil, corporate and non-profit sectors in the pursuit of positive social impact, is seeking search associates with a successful track record in the development and recruitment of diverse and exceptional candidate pools to work remotely on a contract basis. Creativity and insight in identifying and engaging candidates and the ability to adeptly learn new concepts and communicate them to candidates and clients is a must. Associates will participate from search discovery and strategic outreach through candidate assessment, client review, and referencing. S/he is expected to maintain continuous communication with TC consultants, clients, and candidates.