Advancement efforts at the University of Denver have a tremendous impact through our relationships with DU’s remarkable students, dedicated donors, inspiring alumni, engaged families, and wonderful friends. DU is committed to building and fostering a culture of deep engagement and philanthropy in support of our institution as we implement the DU IMPACT 2025 vision. As a part of that effort, we are continuing to grow a team of collaborative, curious, results-oriented, and mission-driven advancement professionals who value inclusivity and who possess a deep respect for one another and for our shared profession.
We are always on the lookout for talented, driven, and passionate advancement professionals. Following are details about positions currently available on the Advancement team. Please visit www.du.edu/jobs to learn more, submit an application, and stay up-to-date on new opportunities.
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES IN ADVANCEMENT
The Executive Director of Development and Community Engagement reports to the Assistant Vice Chancellor for University Development, and partners closely day-to-day with the Dean of the Colorado Women’s College, their advisory board and team. This position is responsible for leading the philanthropic engagement of a variety of DU, CWC and community-based constituents. In that capacity, the Executive Director will manage a portfolio of donor and prospect relationships while also partnering with a campus-wide network of academic leaders, fundraising and engagement professionals, and other key partners to advance the priorities of CWC.
This role is an opportunity to connect with and assist the largest alumni population at the University of Denver. The role has an impact in the direction of alumni engagement activities for the Daniels College of Business as well as other constituent groups across campus. The work completed by this role will directly impact the Chancellor’s Impact 2025 strategic plan.
The College of Arts (CAHSS) Advancement Coordinator assists the CAHSS Advancement Team with supporting the strategic priorities. This employee must be able to prioritize many competing deadlines and timelines. Attention to detail, commitment to quality, and ability to take initiative are essential to success in this position. The Advancement Coordinator must also be an effective, professional, and diplomatic liaison to a variety of audiences including University leadership, advancement staff, campus colleagues, donors, alumni, parents, and other constituents.
Don’t find exactly what you’re looking for? No problem! Whether you are an accomplished advancement officer or a talented young professional just entering the field, we want to get to know you better! Please take a moment to send your resume, along with any information you would like to share about your accomplishments, goals, and interests.