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Education: Higher Education

Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations

Spring Hill College
Mobile, Alabama

Spring Hill College, the oldest Catholic college in the Southeast, is committed to providing a top-quality education, a unique blend of traditional Jesuit teaching and an innovative focus on success after graduation. A tight-knit, supportive community, Spring Hill offers students a powerful liberal arts education while also encouraging service to others, resulting in an experience that is engaging, inspiring and transforming. At Spring Hill, scholars from 36 states and 11 countries are thoroughly prepared for professional excellence through spiritual, social and intellectual growth, leaving the school with a strong sense of self-awareness and the confidence to take on the next challenge. Set on a picturesque 381-acre campus, Spring Hill was recently named one of the top 25 Southern colleges and universities by U.S. News & World Report.

The Opportunity

Spring Hill College is seeking a Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations to be the lead development adviser and strategist for the institution. Reporting directly to the President, the person in this newly developed position will serve on the President’s Cabinet and be the primary liaison to the Board of Trustees’ Advancement Committee. The Vice President will be responsible for engaging alumni, parents, corporations, foundations, and friends, and for establishing a vision and building an overall culture of philanthropy at the school. Spring Hill is interested in candidates with at least seven years of experience in college or university advancement, particularly with capital and comprehensive campaign experience. The candidate should have experience with directly supervising a team of at least eight people and be willing to travel.

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