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We are Texas Development

What starts at The University of Texas at Austin changes the world. Together, through one of the largest fundraising efforts in our state’s history, we will open doors to a first-class education, recruit top faculty, create healthier communities and solve global problems. Join us in changing the world.

Our Mission

The core purpose of the university is to transform lives for the benefit of society. Texas Development’s mission is to maximize philanthropic support for the university, our students and our faculty as they work to positively impact Texas and beyond. We strive to reach the highest levels of achievement and success in all that we do by creating meaningful and powerful experiences for our donors.

Opportunity for Professional Development

Our Talent Development program provides the resources to help every Texas Development team member accomplish their goals, enrich their skillset and deepen their engagement with UT. Our Getting to BIGGER training includes educational programming on Texas Development’s culture, development fundamentals, topics and trends in the field, management and leadership, and best practices in frontline fundraising.

Diversity and Inclusion

Texas Development works to promote a culture of diversity and inclusion among our staff and donor communities through our training, recruitment and cultural practices. A dedicated Diversity & Inclusion Committee — alongside Texas Development leadership and our entire team — ensure that our culture increases respect for the dignity of each individual.

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We aspire to become the best fundraising program in public higher education. Ready to help change the world? Explore our career opportunities.

Associate Director of Development

Cockrell School of Engineering

The Cockrell School of Engineering is seeking an Associate Director of Development who can cultivate relationships with alumni and friends to elevate the school’s fundraising capacity What Starts Here capital campaign.

Chief Development Officer

Jackson School of Geosciences

The Chief Development Officer will lead in the development of a comprehensive fundraising plan that optimizes the best of the Jackson School’s resources, which include an outstanding faculty and staff, committed alumni and a university development program that is well-resourced and on the rise by every measure.

Development Manager

College of Fine Arts

The Development Manager reports to the Executive Director/Assistant Dean of Development and oversees daily operations of the College of Fine Arts development office, including supervising administrative staff, managing special projects, and coordinating all aspects of the Fine Arts Advisory Council and Parents Council.

Director of Development

International Advancement, Latin America

Austin, Texas-based position responsible for collaborating with University development colleagues and volunteers to develop and implement plans for soliciting and securing major gifts from prospective donors living outside of the United States.

Director of Development

Principal Gifts for the College of Natural Science

Raise philanthropic support for the University of Texas focusing on principal gift donors with a capacity of $1,000,000 soliciting gifts of $1,000,000 plus annually.

Grants Manager

Blanton Museum of Art

Assist in executing a strategic fundraising effort for the Blanton’s annual operations, restricted programs, capital projects and other special initiatives, with direct responsibility and leadership for the area of foundation, corporate and government grant development and funding.
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