The UCLA Anderson School of Management ranks among the top-tier business schools in the world producing leaders in finance, marketing, accounting, and business economics. The School is dedicated to advancing a legacy of student excellence, faculty distinctions and the freedom to dream big and test ideas until they become realities. At the Anderson School, the mission is to transform management thinking and prepare future leaders for evolving careers and lives of significance. Philanthropy plays a vital role in moving this mission forward.
In support of the School's mission and strategic plan, UCLA is currently recruiting for an Associate Director, Major Gifts, to plan and implement a strong major gifts program with a dynamic portfolio of prospects. The Associate Director will have responsibility for qualifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding major individual prospects ($100,000 and up), with an emphasis on endowed chairs, fellowships, support for research centers, planned gifts, and endowments in the $250,000 to $1 million or higher range. The Associate Director, Major Gifts, reports to the Director, Major Gifts, and will work closely with the Associate Dean of Development and with the Anderson School's Dean, Senior Associate Dean, Associate Deans, volunteers, faculty, students, development staff and other colleagues school-wide and campus-wide.