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Texas Development is a dynamic and growing community of more than 400 team members across the Forty Acres. We offer unique opportunities in fundraising, prospect research, donor engagement, marketing and communications, talent development, data management, administration and other teams within the University Development Office and across more than 25 colleges, schools and units.

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Meet Our Recruiters

Our Talent Development team is here to help you find a fulfilling career with Texas Development.

AmandaCole
Amanda Cole
Director of Recruitment
amanda.cole@austin.utexas.edu
AnnDure

Ann Dure
Recruiting Coordinator
adure@austin.utexas.edu

Samira

Samira Charur
Recruiting Coordinator
samira.charur@austin.utexas.edu

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Current Openings

Leadership

Chief Development Officer, School of Law
Reporting to the Dean and closely aligned with the Executive Director of Alumni Relations and Development, the Chief Development Officer will be integral in furthering the growth of the School’s individual philanthropy team.
Chief Development Officer, College of Education
Reporting to the dean as a member of his leadership team, the Chief Development Officer will play an essential leadership role in advancing overall fundraising for the College of Education.
Chief Development Officer, College of Pharmacy
Reporting to the dean as a member of his leadership team, the Chief Development Officer will play an essential leadership role in advancing overall fundraising for the College of Pharmacy.
Executive Director of Annual Giving
The executive director will direct and manage all annual giving programs of the University Development Office to secure unrestricted gifts from prospective donors.

Fundraising

Director, Corporate and Foundation Giving, Blanton Museum of Art, University Development Office
To raise philanthropic support for the Blanton Museum of Art, focusing on foundation and corporate gift donors with a capacity of $100,000 to $1,000,000 soliciting gifts of $100,000 plus annually.
Director of Development, Major Gifts, Jackson School of Geosciences
To serve as a Director of Major Gifts and raise philanthropic support for the Jackson School of Geosciences focusing on major gift donors with a capacity of $100,000 to $1,000,000 soliciting gifts of $100,000 plus annually.
Senior Director of Gift and Estate Planning, University Development Office
To serve as a Senior Director of Development on the Gift and Estate Planning team supervising a team of gift planning officers. The Senior Director will provide guidance to donors, prospects and their advisors, and colleagues on planned giving strategies and techniques for completing significant charitable gifts to The University of Texas at Austin. Work will primarily be with donors and colleagues who support the College of Natural Sciences (CNS) and Jackson School of Geosciences (JSG).
Director of Development, UT Libraries
The University of Texas Libraries Chief Development Officer leads in the development of a comprehensive fundraising plan that optimizes the best of UTL resources while strategically cultivating a portfolio of high-net-worth donors. Reporting to the VP and Director of UT Libraries the position is an active member of UT Libraries’ Executive Team to advance strategic priorities through fundraising.
Director of Development, Major Gifts, Entrepreneurship Initiatives, University Development Office
The Director of Development-Major Gifts will join the recently launched Entrepreneurship, Economics, and Finance fundraising team under the leadership of the Senior Director of Principal Gifts.
This position will focus on soliciting gifts of $100,000 plus annually from major gift donors.
Director of Development, Major Gifts, STEM Initiatives, University Development Office
The Director of Development-Major Gifts will join the recently launched STEM fundraising team under the leadership of the Senior Director of Principal Gifts.
This role will focus on engaging major gift donors, soliciting gifts of $100,000 plus annually.
Associate Director for Development, Major Gifts, College of Natural Sciences
To serve as an Associate Director of Development within the College of Natural Sciences and raise philanthropic support for the College’s priority initiatives, focusing on major gift donors and soliciting gifts of $100,000+. The Associate Director will work to assess and cultivate prospects for CNS. Will collaborate with colleagues and leadership across the college to deliver proposals that will create impact for CNS.
Director, Foundation and Corporate Relations, Dell Medical School
Director will identify, qualify, solicit and steward private foundations, corporate partners, and government agencies for funding to support the school’s four pillars: education and training, patient care, research and innovation, and community.
Senior Director of Development, Principal Gifts, Dell Medical School, University Development Office
The senior director will raise philanthropic support for Dell Medical School, focusing on principal gift donors with a capacity of $1M+ and soliciting gifts of $1M+ annually.
Director of Development, Principal Gifts, Dell Medical School, University Development Office
The director will raise philanthropic support for Dell Medical School focusing on principal gift donors with a capacity of $1M+ and soliciting gifts of $1M+ annually.
Director of Principal Gifts, Entrepreneurship Initiatives

To serve as a Director of Principal gifts within the University Development Office and raise philanthropic support focusing on principal gift donors with a capacity of $1,000,000 soliciting gifts of $1,000,000 plus annually.

Director of Gift and Estate Planning, University Development Office
To serve as a director on UT Austin’s Gift and Estate Planning team providing guidance to donors, prospects and their advisors, and colleagues on planned giving strategies and techniques for completing significant charitable gifts to advance discovery and transform the future.
Director of Principal Gifts, STEM Initiatives, University Development Office
To serve as a Director of Principal gifts within the University Development Office and raise philanthropic support for STEM focused initiatives, focusing on principal gift donors with a capacity of $1,000,000 soliciting gifts of $1,000,000 plus annually.
Director of Development, University Priorities
To serve as a Director of Major Gifts within the University Development Office and raise philanthropic support for Texas Challenge scholarships and other scholarships, focusing on major gift donors with a capacity of $250,000 soliciting gifts of $250,000 plus annually.
Director of Foundation Relations, University Development Office
The Foundation Relations team works to match the interests of private foundations with The University of Texas at Austin’s research and programmatic strengths and priorities.
Director of Development, College of Fine Arts
To raise philanthropic support for the College of Fine Arts, focusing on major gift donors with a capacity of $100,000 soliciting gifts of $100,000 plus annually.
Leadership Giving Associate, University Development Office
Raise philanthropic support for campus-wide entities by focusing on donors with a capacity of $25,000 to $100,000 as well as unrated prospects.
Director of Development, Major Gifts, Healthcare Initiatives, University Development Office

To raise philanthropic support for the new Healthcare Pod whose members include the School of Nursing, Dell Medical School, the College of Pharmacy, and the Steve Hicks School of Social Work, focusing on major gift donors with a capacity of $100,000 soliciting gifts of $100,000 plus annually.

Associate Director of Development, School of Architecture

To cultivate, solicit and secure major gifts, lead special giving initiatives, and assist in relationship management with key constituencies for the School of Architecture.

Donor Relations & Engagement

Development Associate, Constituent Relations, University Development Office
To be a vital member of the Constituent Relations team working with members to steward and engage the university’s most generous donors on behalf of the Vice President for Development and Office of the President.
Communications Coordinator, University Development Office
The communications coordinator will manage event communications and audience engagement for the University Events team.
Events Program Coordinator, University Development Office
To provide creative design and production for university event programs.
Development Specialist – Account Specialist

To work in collaboration with the annual giving programs team (AG) to provide project management, writing, and college, school and unit (CSU) strategy.

Manager, President’s Events, University Development Office
To produce stylish and sophisticated events of the highest quality for the president of the university and his guests.
Associate Director of Annual Giving, University Development Office

To work in collaboration with the director of annual giving strategically designing and implementing college, school, and unit solicitation plans including coordinating with the annual giving team and college, school and unit liaisons.

Senior Writer, Annual Giving, University
With guidance and direction from the assistant director of development, the senior writer will produce print and digital copy that addresses the marketing and fundraising needs of the annual giving team and the university.
Marketing Automation Manager, Digital Engagement, University Development Office

The Marketing Automation Manager will play a key role in delivering digital experiences for donors and constituents by executing and scaling marketing automation strategy.

Advancement Operations & Strategy

Development Associate, Texas Performing Arts
The Development Associate provides administrative support for Texas Performing Arts’ Development activities. This position is responsible for administrative aspects of annual giving and the Texas Inner Circle membership program, including gift processing, donor communication, database entry and management, financial reporting, and event support.
Director of Learning and Development, University Development Office
As a member of the Talent Development Team, the Director of Learning and Development will enable a best-in-class employee experience through subject matter expertise, coaching and delivery. This role is responsible for managing and coordinating organization-wide efforts to ensure that employee development, professional training programs and onboarding curriculum are developed, managed, and tracked using a data-driven approach that is aligned to the organizations ongoing strategic priorities.
Development Associate, University Development Office
To assist the University Development Office with staff support needs and daily administrative responsibilities.
Recruiting Coordinator, University Development Office
As part of the Talent Development team, the recruiting coordinator will serve as a resource for hiring managers to recruit talented individuals to the university, while also facilitating a consistent and high-quality hiring experience for all candidates.
Lead Software Developer/Analyst, University Development Office
The lead software developer/analyst will collaborate with users and stakeholders on custom applications. This position will provide support for our front-end and middleware applications, focusing heavily on Python/Django, React and Angular development with an Oracle backend.
Development Specialist, College of Education
The development specialist will support the implementation and execution of the fundraising, development and advancement goals and initiatives of the College of Education.
Development Associate, Dell Medical School
This position will provide administrative support for up to three gift officers, support the daily operations of the Office of Development, and broadly supports the dynamic mission of the Dell Medical School: to revolutionize how people get and stay healthy.
Principal Software Engineer, University Development Office
The Principal Software Engineer will collaborate with users, internal and external stakeholders, and University Development Office leadership on the design, development, and stewardship of custom applications built to support the mission of TEXAS Development.
Senior Software Developer/Analyst, University Development Office
The Senior Software Developer/Analyst will collaborate with users, internal and external stakeholders, and University Development Office leadership on the design, development, and stewardship of custom applications built to support the mission of TEXAS Development.
Research Analyst, University Priorities

To provide research and prospect/portfolio management support for private-sector fundraising programs campus-wide at The University of Texas at Austin.

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