Founded in 1960, New York University’s Silver School of Social Work is renowned for its strong tradition of clinical excellence, dedication to social justice, and innovative teaching, which prepares graduates for careers of meaningful impact. NYU Silver is a premier locus for the research and education of professional social workers, offering undergraduate, Master’s, and doctoral degree programs. The School serves as a major postgraduate training center for practicing social workers through its continuing education coursework and events and offers Master’s students intensive learning opportunities in family and children’s services, mental health, integrated health, substance misuse and co-occurring disorders, palliative and end-of-life care, restorative justice, and other innovative and emerging areas of social work.
NYU Silver seeks an Assistant Dean of Development to serve as a senior-level lead school fundraiser. With a new Dean at the helm focused on elevating awareness of the School’s exceptional academic programs and leveraging impactful partnerships with key policy makers to position Silver as the preeminent school to address critical, real-time issues such as the child mental health crisis, this is a truly exciting time to join NYU’s Silver School of Social Work. Reporting to both the Executive Director of Schools and Institutes in NYU’s University Development and Alumni Relations (UDAR) office and the Dean, the Assistant Dean will help define a vision and fundraising strategy aligned with the School’s strategic plan and University priorities.
The successful candidate will be mission-aligned with a deep appreciation of the social work profession and knowledgeable about cross-functional subject areas to further ignite the interests and passions of its prospects and donors.
The salary range for this position is $200k to $220k.