Highly ranked by numerous sources, and among a prestigious few that have earned the Carnegie Foundation’s Community Engagement Classification, West Virginia University (WVU) is active in communities both local and around the world.
The Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources prepares students for success in their professional careers; contributes to the advancement of society through learning, discovery, extension, and service; and stimulates economic well-being in West Virginia and the world. From being one of only five universities in the country to have majors in petroleum and natural gas engineering and mining engineering, to partnering with the FBI to research biometrics, top-ranked Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources also offers one of the best values for the money for undergraduate degrees and produces graduates best qualified to enter the workforce.
The ability to manage a successful and comprehensive development
program, a solid track record of securing major gifts, as well as the strategic
ability to build relationships that maximizes philanthropy for the unit and for
the institution as a whole are requirements for the amazing opportunity of Assistant Dean for Development. S/He
will manage a portfolio of major gift donors and prospects, supervise all
development office professional and classified staff, and create and implement
a comprehensive development plan and a donor relations and stewardship plan. The
Assistant Dean will report directly to the Dean of the College, as well as
maintain a dotted-line report to central development’s Associate Vice
President, University Development in the West Virginia University Foundation. A
Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of five years of development experience with a
preference for some management experience in higher education, or an equivalent
combination of education and experience is required.