Temple University Beasley School of Law is a place for thinkers, doers, and creators from every imaginable background, and now is the time for innovation. Under the dynamic and visionary leadership of Dean Rachel Rebouché, the Beasley School of Law has greater potential than ever to harness the affection and pride of its alumni body to meet and exceed philanthropic goals. This year, Temple Law has seen a growth in enrollment, and, last year, the School had its highest fundraising year on record.
The School is prepared to build on this positive momentum. Alumni, students, faculty, and staff are all committed to Temple’s core mission of providing an excellent and accessible legal education, founded in principles of community service and practice-ready lawyering.
Temple University’s Beasley School of Law is seeking an Assistant Dean of Development, External Affairs and Alumni Affairs, to lead the School’s advancement efforts.
Reporting directly to Dean Rebouché, the Assistant Dean will have the opportunity to create and implement strategies designed to support the funding and implementation of the School’s priorities for affordability and access; capital renovations; and diversity, equity, and inclusion. As a member of the Dean’s administrative leadership team, the Assistant Dean will partner with colleagues from across the institution to identify and maximize opportunities for alumni and donors to engage in the life of Temple Law.
The successful candidate will be energetic and creative in their approach to engaging donors, alumni, and faculty. This role is designed for an ambitious fundraiser looking for professional growth through a new level of leadership. Candidates must have demonstrated success leading a small team and have experience securing six- and seven-figure gifts. Integrity, a strong work ethic, and a commitment to equal justice for all are essential qualities for anyone serving in this role.