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Vice President for Advancement
The Vice President for Advancement , reports to and works collaboratively with the University President, serves as the senior development officer, and provides strategic and operational leadership for the University’s Office of Institutional Advancement including: capital campaigns, major gift solicitation and procurement, corporate and foundation relations/grants, planned giving, / Alumni relations and giving, public relations, and the development and marketing of the University’s brand. As the University’s major fundraiser, the Vice President, serves as lead strategist and solicitor for acquiring all gifts and donations to the University – with special focus on the Alumni; publicly articulates the University’s mission and vision; and insures communications are professional in appearance and reflect positively on the University.
Nominations, inquiries and expressions of interest, which will be held in the strictest confidence, should be submitted as a Microsoft Word attachment to Donald Kaminski, Associate Vice President for Administration at VPAdvancementSearch@wju.edu. Applicants should provide a letter of application, resume or curriculum vitae, and a list of references. Additional information about Wheeling Jesuit University can also be found at www.wju.edu.
The interview committee is being assisted by James Fleming, SJ, Executive Vice President. Questions may be addressed to him directly at email@example.com. Review of candidates will begin immediately and applications will be accepted through March 1, 2013.
AS AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER, WE ENCOURAGE APPLICATIONS FROM QUALIFIED VIETNAM ERA VETERANS, DISABLED INDIVIDUALS, MINORITIES, AND WOMEN
Wheeling Jesuit University is a higher education institution of academic excellence sustained by a 450 year history of Jesuit education with a proud national leadership position in undergraduate research, an impressive student learning outcomes, and a record of 100% placement in both medical and law schools.