The Executive Director, Corporate, Foundation, and Government Funding is a senior member of the Development team, collaborating on setting strategic priorities, increasing corporate, foundation, and government grants to the College, and ensuring that important new institutional initiatives funded through those grants are implemented smoothly. The Executive Director is responsible for overseeing all fundraising and grant-related activities from foundations, corporations, and government agencies, for both institutional priorities and faculty-sponsored research. Working with the Office of the Provost, this position participates as requested in the planning and post-award implementation of new and ongoing initiatives.
Department: Institutional Support
Required Qualification Summary:
Eight or more years of experience in fundraising
Staff management experience
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