Under limited supervision, and reporting to the Vice President for Development, the Associate Vice President for Health Sciences Development (AssocVP) will be responsible for the execution, management and oversight for fundraising priorities for several schools and colleges. The AssocVP will build a prospect portfolio and solicit major and principal gifts in support of those priorities. Responsibilities include the management of professional and administrative development staff in planning, implementing, coordinating and administering comprehensive development programs with an emphasis on major gifts. Works with deans, department chairs, faculty, alumni and volunteers in fundraising efforts to secure major gifts. This position also serves on the UofSC Development Leadership Team.
Advertised Minimum Qualifications :
Bachelor's degree and a minimum of 10 years of major gifts related development experience in higher education. Supervisory experience is required. Required to travel to geographical location of donors/prospects, work evenings, and weekends. Must have a valid driver's license.
Full/Part Time: Full Time
Internal Number: 94390
About The University of South Carolina
The University of South Carolina System is comprised of the state’s flagship university in Columbia (founded in 1801 and currently one of the top 50 “Best Colleges” according to U.S. News and World Report), three regional comprehensive universities (USC Aiken, USC Beaufort and USC Upstate), and Palmetto College consisting of four two-year campuses (USC Lancaster, USC Salkehatchie, USC Sumter, USC Union and Fort Jackson/Extended University). Together, the USC System institutions offer more than 450 degree programs on campus and online and are uniquely positioned to meet the state’s educational, cultural, health and research needs. The System employs nearly 14,000 people who work daily to improve the lives of students, fellow South Carolinians and the world. Our diverse engaged faculty and staff enjoy a dynamic and intellectually stimulating work environment.