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Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Web Site: www.ucla.edu

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Executive Director, External Relations (Non-Profit job, Los Angeles, CA)


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Job ID:

2828

Location:

Los Angeles, CA, United States 

Non-Profit Cause:

Education Higher
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Job Views:

229

Employment Type:

Full time

Posted:

07.13.2017
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Job Function & Level:

TITLE (JOB LEVEL): Executive Director / CEO
Development / Fundraising: Donor Relations

Job Description:

Job Title:ADVANCEMENT OFFICER IV  
Working Title:Executive Director, External Relations - UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs  
Salary:$9,375 - $17,775 monthly  
Job Type:Career  
Department Name:4045-DEVELOPMENT  
Department Website URL:www.developmentcareers.ucla.edu  
Job Summary Statement:Reporting jointly to the Dean of the Luskin School of Public Affairs, and the Senior Executive Director of Development for the Professional Schools, the Executive Director, External Relations oversees the entire range of development, external relations, and communications for the Luskin School of Public Affairs. The Executive Director will establish long-range goals and objectives for the development programs and activities that reflect funding priorities of the School. He/she will design and implement a comprehensive and integrated development program for the Luskin School of Public Affairs, addressing the specific needs and academic priorities of the School. 

In conjunction with the Dean, The Executive Director will maintain progress in meeting Centennial Campaign goals, priorities, planning and strategy. He/she will plan, manage and direct efforts of the School to attract private support from individuals, corporations, foundations and other organizations. The Executive Director will lead activities in the areas of Special Events and Protocol, Alumni Relations and the Sr. Fellowship Program. In cooperation with University Communications and Public Outreach, the Executive Director will oversee activities in the School's communications unit, responsible for the development and implementation of a strategic communications program designed to enhance the visibility and reputation of the School. The Executive Director will represent the Dean, the School, and UCLA to donors and to the wider community across a range of public settings.  
Percentage of Time:100  
Shift Start:8:00 am  
Shift End:5:00 pm  

Job Requirements:

 QualificationsRequired/Preferred
 
1. Excellent donor and alumni relations skills with superior working knowledge of the principles and practices of university development and alumni relations, with seven or more years' experience.
Required
 
2. Progressively responsible experience in the design, implementation and management of complex development programs to include developing sophisticated strategies for successful cultivation and solicitation of annual and major gifts.
Required
 
3. Ability to develop, implement and oversee a strategic communications program designed to enhance the visibility and reputation of the Luskin School of Public Affairs.
Required
 
4. Strong communication skills to express, both verbally and in writing, the mission of the University and the fund-raising goals of the campus, especially as they relate to the Luskin School of Public Affairs.
Required
 
5. Excellent interpersonal skills to work effectively with the Dean, faculty, and administration; central development; major donor prospects; and volunteers.
Required
 
6. Effective and compelling verbal communication skills to make persuasive oral presentations to senior management and internal and external constituencies, and to conduct participatory meetings, gain acceptance of decisions, and to advise and collaborate with others.
Required
 
7. Management and administrative skills to organize, direct, motivate and evaluate other professionals and volunteers.
Required
 
8. Strong analytical and organizational skills to develop creative, credible solutions, recommendations and programs as well to define and implement special development or alumni relations projects.
Required
 
9. Superior skill in writing effective correspondences, funding proposals for major gifts and creative solicitation materials.
Required
 
10. Ability to work evening and weekend hours as required and to travel to achieve stated goals.
Required
 
11. Bachelor's degree preferred.
Preferred

JOB LINK: https://hr.mycareer.ucla.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/frameset/Frameset.jsp?time=1499976128734


Company Info


UCLA
Los Angeles, CA, United States
Phone:
Web Site: www.ucla.edu

Executive Director, External Relations (Non-Profit job, Los Angeles, CA)

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Job ID:

2828

Location:

Los Angeles, CA, United States 

Non-Profit Cause:

Education Higher
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Job Views:

229

Employment Type:

Full time

Posted:

07.13.2017
col-wide   

Job Function & Level:

TITLE (JOB LEVEL): Executive Director / CEO
Development / Fundraising: Donor Relations

Job Description:

Job Title:ADVANCEMENT OFFICER IV  
Working Title:Executive Director, External Relations - UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs  
Salary:$9,375 - $17,775 monthly  
Job Type:Career  
Department Name:4045-DEVELOPMENT  
Department Website URL:www.developmentcareers.ucla.edu  
Job Summary Statement:Reporting jointly to the Dean of the Luskin School of Public Affairs, and the Senior Executive Director of Development for the Professional Schools, the Executive Director, External Relations oversees the entire range of development, external relations, and communications for the Luskin School of Public Affairs. The Executive Director will establish long-range goals and objectives for the development programs and activities that reflect funding priorities of the School. He/she will design and implement a comprehensive and integrated development program for the Luskin School of Public Affairs, addressing the specific needs and academic priorities of the School. 

In conjunction with the Dean, The Executive Director will maintain progress in meeting Centennial Campaign goals, priorities, planning and strategy. He/she will plan, manage and direct efforts of the School to attract private support from individuals, corporations, foundations and other organizations. The Executive Director will lead activities in the areas of Special Events and Protocol, Alumni Relations and the Sr. Fellowship Program. In cooperation with University Communications and Public Outreach, the Executive Director will oversee activities in the School's communications unit, responsible for the development and implementation of a strategic communications program designed to enhance the visibility and reputation of the School. The Executive Director will represent the Dean, the School, and UCLA to donors and to the wider community across a range of public settings.  
Percentage of Time:100  
Shift Start:8:00 am  
Shift End:5:00 pm  

Job Requirements:

 QualificationsRequired/Preferred
 
1. Excellent donor and alumni relations skills with superior working knowledge of the principles and practices of university development and alumni relations, with seven or more years' experience.
Required
 
2. Progressively responsible experience in the design, implementation and management of complex development programs to include developing sophisticated strategies for successful cultivation and solicitation of annual and major gifts.
Required
 
3. Ability to develop, implement and oversee a strategic communications program designed to enhance the visibility and reputation of the Luskin School of Public Affairs.
Required
 
4. Strong communication skills to express, both verbally and in writing, the mission of the University and the fund-raising goals of the campus, especially as they relate to the Luskin School of Public Affairs.
Required
 
5. Excellent interpersonal skills to work effectively with the Dean, faculty, and administration; central development; major donor prospects; and volunteers.
Required
 
6. Effective and compelling verbal communication skills to make persuasive oral presentations to senior management and internal and external constituencies, and to conduct participatory meetings, gain acceptance of decisions, and to advise and collaborate with others.
Required
 
7. Management and administrative skills to organize, direct, motivate and evaluate other professionals and volunteers.
Required
 
8. Strong analytical and organizational skills to develop creative, credible solutions, recommendations and programs as well to define and implement special development or alumni relations projects.
Required
 
9. Superior skill in writing effective correspondences, funding proposals for major gifts and creative solicitation materials.
Required
 
10. Ability to work evening and weekend hours as required and to travel to achieve stated goals.
Required
 
11. Bachelor's degree preferred.
Preferred

JOB LINK: https://hr.mycareer.ucla.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/frameset/Frameset.jsp?time=1499976128734