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Stewardship Specialist
Cal State East Bay
The efforts of the Stewardship Specialist will support the long term CSUEB development strategy to enhance the University’s connection to its alumni and external constituents, locally, nationally and internationally. This position reports to the Associate Vice President of Development and will work directly with the Development, Alumni & Constituent Engagement, and Communications and Marketing teams. The incumbent will also interface with university faculty, staff, donors, prospects, students and volunteers to assist in the development, planning, coordinating, and delivery of unique and meaningful donor opportunities. Exceptional communication and writing skills, attention to detail and demonstrated experience analyzing and understanding donor records, development data, and stewardship trends are essential.
Link: None
Development Coordinator, Corporate & Foundation Relations (Job ID 5899)
UC Irvine
The Corporate and Foundation Relations (CFR) Coordinator provides high-level administrative support and project management to the Executive Directors and the CFR Team. This individual must have the ability to work collaboratively with development colleagues and interact effectively with staff and donors. Areas of responsibility include: office management, record and database management, report design and production, foundation research and analysis, stewardship and budget oversight. Contact Abby Cruz, University Advancement.
Link: https://careerspub.universityofcalifornia.edu/psp/uci/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=3&JobOpeningId=5899&PostingSeq=1
Director of Development, School of Law (Job ID 4306)
UC Irvine
The Director of Development (DOD) for The School of Law will work collaboratively with the Assistant Dean for Development and External Affairs, The School of Law and University Advancement (UA) to contribute to the development program of the Law School and secure significant philanthropic investments to support it. The primary activity of the DOD is externally focused to secure private philanthropic support and the DOD's effectiveness will be evaluated on the ability to achieve financial goals and meet metrics. The DOD reports directly to the Assistant Dean for Development and External Affairs. The DOD is expected to serve as a member of the School's Advancement team, and to also be a highly collaborative colleague with other development officers across campus. Contact Abby Cruz, University Advancement.
Link: https://careerspub.universityofcalifornia.edu/psp/uci/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=3&JobOpeningId=4306&PostingSeq=1
Director, Class & Reunion Giving (Job ID 6023)
UC Irvine
Under supervision of the Assistant Vice Chancellor, Alumni Relations & Constituent Engagement, the Director, Class & Reunion Giving is responsible for soliciting and securing reunion gifts. The primary objective of the reunion giving program is to use a class-based approach to increase the number of donors who give annually to UC Irvine at the $1,000+ level, ultimately increasing the amount of private annual support raised each year. The Director will work with the Executive Director to develop the overall planning, strategic vision, management, and marketing of Reunions and the class agents program. This position is responsible for organizing the activities for the 10-class reunion weekend, of specific reunion affinity groups, including the recruitment of volunteer committees, organizing outreach efforts, and developing affinity group-specific attendance and fundraising goals for Reunion Weekend. Participates in committee meetings and conference calls as appropriate. Concentration on reunion giving, renewals, upgrades and acquisition within the sustaining giving prospect pools, will assist in raising more private support each year and enhancing the major gift pipeline. The position is responsible for building and strengthening alumni engagement and philanthropy, specifically of constituents who are capable of annually supporting the university at a leadership-level. The Director assists with class campaign and individual prospect strategies and has responsibilities in managing a portfolio of major gift, special gift, and annual donors, collaborating with the Principal Giving, Annual Giving, and Planned Giving teams, and school fundraisers. Travels periodically over the course of the year to recruit volunteer leaders, solicit gifts, staff events and meetings. Contact Abby Cruz, University Advancement.
Link: https://careerspub.universityofcalifornia.edu/psp/uci/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=3&JobOpeningId=6023&PostingSeq=1
Director, Parent Philanthropy & Engagement (Job ID 4226)
UC Irvine
Under the general direction of the Senior Director, Engagement & Annual Programs, the Director, Parent Philanthropy and Engagement is responsible for the overall leadership and direction of the parent program, which seeks to increase and enhance engagement with and raise funds from rated parents whose children are current or former UCI students. The incumbent will develop, plan, and implement programs to encourage and increase parent giving and enhance parent relations. The incumbent will be primarily responsible for expanding the major, leadership and annual giving parent fundraising.  The Director will be responsible to identify and cultivate individual prospects capable of making gifts in excess of $25,000.  The Director will be responsible for soliciting gifts both independently or in collaboration with Senior Director, Engagement & Annual Programs in support of University-wide priorities. Contact Abby Cruz, University Advancement.
Link: https://careerspub.universityofcalifornia.edu/psp/uci/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=3&JobOpeningId=4226&PostingSeq=1
Scholarship Program Manager (Job ID 6042)
UC Irvine
The Scholarship Program Manager serves as the chief liaison between University Advancement (UA) and the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships (OFAS) for the purpose of coordinating donor recognition and reporting, tracking of scholarship gifts, endowments and university matching programs with development staff within all schools/units and donors who support undergraduate scholarship funds. The function combines a working knowledge of fundraising, financial aid policies and procedures and the implementation of best practices in working with and reporting to development officers regarding scholarship donors and the deployment of their gifts. Contact Abby Cruz, University Advancement.
Link: https://careerspub.universityofcalifornia.edu/psp/uci/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=3&JobOpeningId=6042&PostingSeq=1
Events Coordinator, Health Advancement (Job ID 5441)
UC Irvine
The Health Advancement Events Coordinator assists the UCI Health Advancement Events Manager (EM) and on occasion, Assistant Director of Operations, in the planning, implementing, and executing of fundraising events, team meetings and support on designated projects. The Health Advancement Events Coordinator will support the Health Advancement development support team by collaborating in the planning of large key signature events and small events. Health Advancement events are used to cultivate the interest and involvement of current and prospective donors to UCI and UCI Health Affairs. The incumbent will also provide administrative support to the UCI Health Advancement Events Manager by preparing expense reimbursement packets and serve as back up in gift processing at the close of large events. The Health Advancement Events Coordinator will assist in event follow up in written form or phone calls to internal UCI staff, community constituencies and vendors. Contact Abby Cruz, University Advancement.
Link: https://careerspub.universityofcalifornia.edu/psp/uci/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=3&JobOpeningId=5441&PostingSeq=1
Donor Stewardship Coordinator (Job ID 4782)
UC Irvine
Under the general supervision of the Senior Director of Donor Stewardship, the incumbent is responsible for a diverse portfolio of donor stewardship communications, events, engagement, and compliance. He/She will implement and maintain programs in the areas of acknowledgments, various stewardship reporting, recognition and stewardship plans that will assist in nurturing long-term and meaningful relationships between UC Irvine and its donors. Specific Duties May Include: Writing and editing a variety of original donor-oriented communications materials including but not limited to correspondence, reports and web content for internal and external audiences. This person must be capable of adapting communications styles and tones, have a command of persuasive communication and the ability to communicate how private philanthropic investment positively impacts the University. Collaborate on production of reports, (i.e., Endowed Fund Reports, Non-Endowed Fund Reports, Stewardship Reports) requested or required by campus schools/units/departments. Consult with academic and development staff on the essentials of the particular program. When applicable, coordinate meetings, luncheons for donor supported funds between donors and beneficiaries Manage updates to the Stewardship intranet website. Assist with development of external Stewardship website. Contact Abby Cruz, University Advancement
Link: https://careerspub.universityofcalifornia.edu/psp/uci/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=3&JobOpeningId=4782&PostingSeq=1
Director of Development for Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
ASU Foundation
-Create strategy and lead the implementation and coordination of a comprehensive institute-based development program
-Lead the development team for the Herberger Institute
-Work closely with the dean , supporting the institute’s fundraising priorities
-Direct program’s time encourage productive relationships with the institute’s donors,prospects, and alumni
-Adept at navigating complex environments with evolving priorities and communication plans
-An advocate’s belied in the vision of ASU and the New American University
Link: www.asuenterprisepartners.org/
Senior Associate Director of Development for the School of the Biodesign Institute
ASU Foundation
-Executive the overarching development strategy for the Biodesign Institute
-Work with development colleagues,volunteers and institute leaders to identify,cultivate and solicit annual, major and planned gifts.
-Proactively manage a portfolio of major gift prospects regionally and nationally, developing and executing strategies leading to solicitation and investment that leverage the donor’s interests and connect them to the institute’s opportunities.
-plan and monitor an annual operating budget
Link: www.asuenterprisepartners.org/
Director of Donor Relations
UC Santa Cruz
The Director provides strategic leadership in designing and delivering an exceptional donor experience. You will be a thought partner for campus leaders and development officers to generate meaningful experiences that enrich our long term relationships with donors. You will develop and lead a campus wide annual plan for stewardship of major and principal donors and partner with Annual Giving and the travel program. Come join our team of resourceful, enthusiastic and talented individuals pursuing support for our campus mission of teaching, research and service. See job posting via link.
Link: https:jobs.ucsc.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=72199
Director of Development (A00388)
Western University of Health Sciences
The incumbent helps to create and implement extensive programs of engagement between the University/college (s) and external constituencies to encourage major gifts ($20,000+) and principal gifts for the college the incumbent supports. Ensures the success of multiple fundraising projects, develops annual goals, working with college dean to secure and sustain support from prospective donors, including alumni, friends, employees, corporations, business and foundations. Maintains a portfolio of 120-150 top prospective donors; develops a written solicitation and stewardship plan for 8-12 percent of those in assigned portfolio. Educates the public of the University’s and the Colleges’ missions and goals. Reports to the Assistant Vice President of University Advancement.

WesternU has been named a “Great College to Work For” eight years in a row by the Chronicle of Higher Education, and has been consistently recognized in the category of “Compensation and Benefits.”
Link: https://jobs.westernu.edu/postings/16653
Director of Development (A00390)
Western University of Health Sciences
Working from Lebanon, Oregon, responsible for planning and management of major gifts ($5,000+ level) by developing goals, objectives and major policies for establishing, securing and maintaining support from prospective donors, including alumni, friends, employees, corporations, business and foundations; maintaining a portfolio of top prospects and donors; educate the public of the university mission. Reports to the Senior Vice President of University Advancement.

WesternU has been named a “Great College to Work For” eight years in a row by the Chronicle of Higher Education, and has been consistently recognized in the category of “Compensation and Benefits.”
Link: https://jobs.westernu.edu/postings/16722
Assistant Director of Prospect Research (A00375)
Western University of Health Sciences
The Assistant Director of Prospect Management will report to the Director of Advancement Information Services (AIS) and will work within University Advancement (UA). The candidate will serve as the point person for prospect research requests that are aligned with WesternU’s fundraising priorities. They will be expected to collaborate with members of the UA team, which include UA’s leadership, Alumni Relations, Annual Giving, Foundations, Stewardship, Special Events, and Advancement Information Services.

WesternU has been named a “Great College to Work For” eight years in a row by the Chronicle of Higher Education, and has been consistently recognized in the category of “Compensation and Benefits.”
Link: https://jobs.westernu.edu/postings/15787
Grant Writing Assistant (S00778)
Western University of Health Sciences
Under the Direction of the Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations the Grant Writing Assistant identifies, researches, and pursues foundation grant funding opportunities to support/enhance/expand WesternU’s programs, services, and initiatives. PART TIME: 20 hours/week

WesternU has been named a “Great College to Work For” eight years in a row by the Chronicle of Higher Education, and has been consistently recognized in the category of “Compensation and Benefits.”
Link: https://jobs.westernu.edu/postings/15749
Alumni Engagement Manager (A00368)
Western University of Health Sciences
The Alumni Engagement Manager collaborates and assists with long-term and immediate strategies for the engagement and stewardship of alumni and donors. Works to establish and build relationships that will benefit current students and optimize philanthropic support. Provides administrative support, updating databases, and handling confidential, high profile, and time sensitive matters involving donors and prospects. Work closely with campus administrators, faculty, staff, collaborating institutions, and the community to create development engagement programs that will benefit Western University of Health Sciences (WesternU). This position reports to the Sr. Director of Annual Fund and Alumni Relations and works directly with Assistant Director of Alumni Relation and the Director of Annual Giving.

WesternU has been named a “Great College to Work For” eight years in a row by the Chronicle of Higher Education, and has been consistently recognized in the category of “Compensation and Benefits.”
Link: https://jobs.westernu.edu/postings/15641
Associate Director of Development, Diversity & Next Generation Giving
Stanford University
Among several presidential initiatives at Stanford University is “IDEAL” - Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access in a Learning Community. Through IDEAL, Stanford intends to achieve significant cultural and institutional change with focus on the areas of recruitment, research, education and engagement.

Department Overview:
Aligned with IDEAL, the Office of Development (OOD) – Major Gifts is committed to advancing donor-centric giving in historically underrepresented communities and with the next generation of givers (alumni within 10-25 years of graduation from Stanford). Through the Diversity and Next Generation Giving (D/NG) program, OOD employs fundraising approaches that reflect the interests, values and priorities of these emerging philanthropic markets and cultivate a culture of inclusive philanthropy. Reporting to the D/NG Director, the Associate Director of Development will plan and implement fundraising efforts to meaningfully engage diverse and next generation constituencies and attract gift support to Stanford.

This position resides at Stanford’s Redwood City campus and requires fieldwork both locally and out of the area.

Job Purpose:
The Associate Director will identify, cultivate and solicit diverse and next generation prospects with the capacity to make gifts of $250,000 and more. This position will operate independently to manage all stages of the major gift process, including identification, qualification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship. The Associate Director may interact with faculty, deans, program directors, volunteers and other key stakeholders to build and grow relationships with prospective donors.
Link: http://m.rfer.us/STANFORDto3Aol
Major Gifts Officer-Athletics (pre-posting)
Yavapai Community College
-Newly created position effective 7/1/20 -

The major gifts officer for athletics will serve as a front line fundraiser housed in the department of athletics at Yavapai College reporting to the executive director of the Yavapai College Foundation with a dotted line reporting relationship to the Yavapai College athletic director.

The major gifts officer works to develop and implement strategies for individual prospect and donor management to meet short and long-term goals of the athletic department. The primary objective of the major gifts officer is to raise funds exclusively for the athletic department by collaborating with coaching staff and fundraising volunteers.

Attendees at the CASE District VII conference in San Francisco who wish to learn more may email Paul.Kirchgraber@yc.edu between March 4-7 to schedule a time to meet.
Link: www.yc.edu
Director of Development, Regional Giving (Job ID 2825)
University of California, Davis
The Director of Development, Regional Giving serves as an expert development professional in the specialized areas of regional major gifts and volunteer management for the Dallas, Houston, and Washington DC Metro regions. Based out of the UC Davis campus, the Director travels to these regions, and/or others in the future as assigned, to identify, qualify, cultivate, solicit and steward prospects rated at $50K or above. 

The Director is a seasoned and strategic relationship building expert, with proven skills to cultivate and solicit philanthropic support through personal visits to alumni, parents and friends of the university.  

Reporting directly to the Senior Director of Regional Giving, the Director works collaboratively with colleagues across the university to create and implement donor-centric strategies that maximize philanthropic giving by regional prospects.  The Director also focuses on creating a sustainable prospect pipeline through active participation in regional and campaign activities. 

For full description and job scope click on the link above
Link: https://careerspub.universityofcalifornia.edu/psp/ucdavis/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=7&JobOpeningId=2825&PostingSeq=1
Assistant Director of Development, College of Engineering (Job ID 3679)
University of California, Davis
Under the direction of the Senior Director of Development, the Assistant Director of Development will identify, qualify, cultivate, solicit and steward individual prospects capable of making major gifts of $50K+. This is an early career fundraising position focused on the strategic identification, qualification and cultivation of current donors and highly rated non-donors with a goal of building and maintaining a new pipeline of prospects for the College of Engineering and for the university at large.  Guided by a "donor centered" approach, the incumbent will strategically solicit leadership annual gifts from prospects, while developing a personal portfolio of well-qualified prospective donors who, with careful strategic cultivation, will make a major gift of $50K+, in addition to leadership annual gifts.

The Assistant Director of Development is highly skilled at building relationships and will solicit philanthropic support through personal visits to alumni, parents and friends of UC Davis with a strategic emphasis on selected geographic regions with high concentrations of potential supporters. As a communications expert, the incumbent is an excellent listener, with exceptional interpersonal skills and a positive, collaborative work style. As such, the incumbent possesses the skills and ability to draft correspondence, utilize social media, make phone calls and engages all communication channels in order to personally conduct proactive outreach to prospects. 

For full description and job scope click on the link above. 
Link: https://careerspub.universityofcalifornia.edu/psp/ucdavis/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=7&JobOpeningId=3679&PostingSeq=1
Assistant Director of Development, Graduate School of Management (Job ID 5715)
University of California, Davis
Under the direction of the Senior Director, the Assistant Director of Development will identify, qualify, cultivate, solicit and steward individual prospects capable of making major gifts of $50K+. This is an early career fundraising position focused on the strategic identification, qualification and cultivation of current donors and highly rated non-donors with a goal of building and maintaining a new pipeline of prospects for the Graduate School of Management and for the university at large.  Guided by a "donor centered" approach, the incumbent will strategically solicit leadership annual gifts from prospects, while developing a personal portfolio of well-qualified prospective donors who with careful strategic cultivation will make a major gift of $50K+, in addition to leadership annual gifts.

For full description and job scope click on the link above. 
Link: https://careerspub.universityofcalifornia.edu/psp/ucdavis/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=7&JobOpeningId=5715&PostingSeq=1
Associate Director of Development, Annual and Special Gifts (Job ID 4890)
University of California, Davis
Under the direction of the Senior Director of Annual and Special Gifts identify, qualify, cultivate, solicit and steward individual prospects capable of making leadership level gifts (gifts from $1,000 to $50,000) and for cultivating a pool of well-qualified prospective donors that may make larger major gifts (which exceed $50,000) for the University's priorities. This is an early career fundraising position focused on the strategic identification, qualification and cultivation of alumni, parents and friends of UC Davis throughout California with a goal of building and maintaining a new pipeline of prospects for the Annual Fund and for the university at large. Guided by a "donor centered" approach, the incumbent will strategically solicit leadership annual gifts from prospects, while developing a personal portfolio of well-qualified prospective donors who with careful strategic cultivation will make a major gift of $50K+, in addition to leadership annual gifts.

For full description and job scope click on the link above.
Link: https://careerspub.universityofcalifornia.edu/psp/ucdavis/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=7&JobOpeningId=4890&PostingSeq=1
Senior Director of Development, Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing (Job ID 2017)
University of California, Davis
Under direction of the Associate Vice Chancellor of Health Sciences Development and Alumni Relations (HSDA), the position designs, develops, implements, and administers fundraising programs for the School of Nursing. Identifies new donor prospects through researching background information on potential donors and directs development of materials and marketing plans. Directs the organizing of related fundraising program/events; cultivates, solicits, and stewards major gift donor prospects.

The incumbent maintains a portfolio of donor prospects that include influential, complex and highly rated donors. Has authority to make decisions regarding program design and development strategies. Position works with the AVC of HSDA to develop programs and other external relations functions, such as events as deemed appropriate, volunteer coordination, and development of marketing activities.

For full description and job scope click on the link above. 
Link: https://careerspub.universityofcalifornia.edu/psp/ucdavis/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=7&JobOpeningId=2017&PostingSeq=1
Managing Senior Director of Development, School of Education (Job ID 3553)
University of California, Davis
Under the direction of the Dean of the UC Davis School of Education, with joint reporting to the Assistant Vice Chancellor - School and Unit Programs, the Managing Senior Director of Development (MSDOD) will lead a comprehensive fundraising program for the UC Davis School of Education within the context of overall fundraising efforts of UC Davis. The MSDOD will organize and direct efforts and manage staff to identify new donor prospects through researching background information on potential donors and developing materials, marketing plans, and organizing related programs/events; and cultivate, steward, and solicit major donor prospects.

For full description and job scope click on the link above. 
Link: https://careerspub.universityofcalifornia.edu/psp/ucdavis/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=7&JobOpeningId=3553&PostingSeq=1
Director of Annual Giving
University of Redlands
The University of Redlands seeks a collaborative individual as its next
Director of Annual Giving. Reporting to the Associate Vice President of
Advancement, the Director of Annual Giving will build upon a robust and
successful annual giving program, advance the annual fundraising outreach efforts of the University and will help to ensure the University maintains a balanced budget by planning and managing current-use and program support fundraising activities.
Link: https://www.redlands.edu/employment/director-of-annual-giving/
Director of Major Gifts
University of Redlands
Reporting to the Assistant Vice President for Advancement, the Director of Major Gifts will serve as a senior development officer responsible for securing major gifts from alumni, parents and friends of the University.

Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Develops and manages a portfolio of 100-150 major gift prospects, focusing on identification, cultivation, and solicitation of gifts starting at $100,000.
Assists in the successful implementation of a strategy to secure major gifts in support of the University’s fundraising priorities.
Manages fundraising activities of assigned prospects, creating, implementing and developing strategies for the successful solicitation of major gifts.
Establishes priorities for volunteers and provides them with pertinent data, reports, and solicitation recommendations for their interaction with prospective donors.
Manages responses to inquiries received as a result of newsletters and advertisements, including mailing follow-up materials and making follow-up visits to prospective donors as appropriate.
Works closely with the Director of Annual Giving to ensure that all prospects are also asked annually for commensurate-level annual gifts.
Ensures that all prospects understand the benefits of potential deferred giving opportunities for the betterment of the University.
Creates and maintains reports and information regarding contact with donors and prospects.
Assists in hosting various development and alumni events, such as homecoming, alumni weekend and donor cultivation and recognition events.
Attends various development staff meetings and divisional meetings.
Performs other duties and special projects as assigned or directed.
Link: https://www.redlands.edu/employment/director-of-major-gifts2/
Advancement Systems and Research Analyst
California State University, Monterey Bay
Under the general supervision of the Director of Prospect Research and Advancement Services, the Advancement systems and Research Analyst is responsible for maintain the gift, alumni and prospect database (Raiser’s Edge), and the use and integrity of all fundraising and prospect data for the University Advancement Division. Additional responsibilities include fundraising reporting; NetCommunity online donation and event registration page support; and prospect research.
Link: https://csumb.peopleadmin.com/postings/5681
Associate Director of Development - Athletics
University of California Riverside
Athletics Development with a focus on pipeline building, leadership annual giving and major gift work.
Link: None
Marketing Communications Specialist
Cal State East Bay
The Marketing Communications Specialist is responsible for carrying out the communications, public affairs and/or marketing and strategic communications programs for University Communications & Marketing. The incumbent will be involved directly in developing, writing and/or editing a variety of print or electronically-based communication materials, as well as coordinating marketing and advertising activities. Incumbents are responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with relevant internal and external constituents to ensure consistent, relevant and positive information about the university is strategically used in digital and print publications. Additionally, the Marketing Communications Specialist may be assigned specific responsibilities relative to the ongoing coordination of communication materials on the campus website, social media channels and point-of-service marketing and advertising both on and off campus.
Link: https://cmshr.hr.csueastbay.edu/psc/HEBPRDF/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL?&
Senior Director of Development, Bay Area (0464U) - 3521
University of California, Berkeley
University Development and Alumni Relations (UDAR) strengthens Berkeley's excellence through engagement with alumni, parents, undergraduate and graduate students, and friends of the University, raising public awareness about Berkeley and increasing private philanthropy. UDAR provides overall direction for the campus' philanthropic advancement strategies and works to strengthen unit development in partnership with campus fundraisers. The Division handles a range of central activities and services encompassing communications, stewardship, prospect development, gift management, and more.

The University of California, Berkeley seeks a strategic and accomplished development professional to lead its regional major gifts program in the Bay Area/Northern California. Reporting to the Executive Director, Major Gifts, the Senior Director will have a unique opportunity to lead an established and high performing team, while developing and shaping a regional major gifts strategy that ensures an integrated and collaborative approach to expanding the University's individual major gift activity in the Bay Area and Northern California.

With more than 200,000 alumni and parents in the region, a dedicated core group of current donors and leadership volunteers, and broad campus support including actively engaged new chancellor, Carol Christ, this role is pivotal for UC Berkeley's continued growth in the region, and will play a key role as the university prepares for the public launch of the capital campaign.

The Senior Director will be based in Berkeley with a donor portfolio focused on the greater Bay Area, but also encompassing the broader Northern California region as needed. He/she will manage a portfolio of major gift prospects, donors, and volunteer leaders with a focus on closing gifts in the $100k - $5M.
Link: www.careers.berkeley.edu
Assistant Director of Alumni Relations & Events
West Coast University
Reporting directly to the Director, Alumni Relations & Events, the Assistant Director, Alumni and Events is responsible for assisting all the activities established for the University Alumni program, communication, events and activities, including but not limited to assisting with public relations, managing events, receptions and community related projects. The Assistant Director, Alumni and Events is actively engaged in creating and nurturing relationships that will potentiate continued success for Alumni and the University as a whole.
Link: https://accwcu.referrals.selectminds.com/wcu-external/jobs/assistant-director-alumni-and-events-2352
Assistant Director for Major Gifts
University of the Pacific
The Assistant Director for Major Gifts will be responsible for identifying and engaging prospective donors to evaluate capacity, interest and inclination to support campaign initiatives for the Leading with Purpose Campaign with a specific focus on University-wide special projects. This gift officer will have a reporting line to the Senior Director of Strategic Philanthropic Initiatives, and will lead development efforts for university-wide special projects, identify and cultivate stakeholders, and secure philanthropic gifts.
Link: https://pacific.peopleadmin.com/postings/15996
Director of Planned Giving
Samuel Merritt University
SAMUEL MERRITT UNIVERSITY

Job Title:​Director of Planned Giving​

Job Summary: Reporting to the Vice President for Advancement and Communications, this is an exciting opportunity to develop and lead a critical unit within the Development program at Samuel Merritt University. The ideal candidate will have a demonstrated professional history of forging institutional relationships with prospective donors, particularly donors who have interest in planned giving vehicles. The Executive Director will work closely with the Vice President for Advancement and Communications to create and execute a comprehensive planned giving program that will highlight the compelling and emerging vision of the University’s future. Samuel Merritt University has a strong growth trajectory, which lends itself to increased and enhanced partnerships with alumni throughout the Bay area and beyond. Currently, prospects who have capacity to make significant deferred gifts by way of estate provisions and/or irrevocable planned giving vehicles have been relatively untapped at Samuel Merritt University. A highly motivated and accomplished planned giving professional inherits a program with enormous upside potential. This position is ideal for a creative self-starter who understands and appreciates the important synergy between a leading health sciences University and its alumni and community partners. The Executive Director will also work closely with the office of Marketing and Communications to leverage the University’s marketing/communications plan to advance the Planned Giving program. Functioning much like a startup business, this is an outstanding opportunity for a creative, motivated self-starter who enjoys the challenges and opportunities associated with building and growing a new program.
Link: None
Associate Director of Development, Athletics
University of California, Riverside
Under the general direction of, and in close coordination with the Sr. Director of Development, Athletics and the Director of Development, the Associate Director of Development (ADOD) will serve as a key member of UC Riverside’s development team, supporting and furthering the priorities and fundraising goals of UC Riverside's Intercollegiate Athletics program.

Using skills as a seasoned, experienced fundraising professional the ADOD will work in close collaboration with the Central Annual Giving team to implement, manage, and grow giving through the Athletic Association program.

Working with the Athletics Development department they will qualify, cultivate and steward both annual giving and major gift donors to help grow our donor pipeline, prepare fundraising proposals and presentations, and collaborate with colleagues in University Advancement to increase support of UC Riverside Athletics.

This is a three-year, renewable contract position that includes the same employee benefits afforded career employees. A cover letter is required.
Link: https://irecruitportal.ucr.edu/irecruit/!Controller?action=jobs_webui.show_page&page=jobs_detail&requisition_id=202001241601&profile_id=&module=jobs
Director, Alumni Programs and Events
Boston University
As a senior member of the Alumni Relations team, the Director of Alumni Programs and Events will lead the strategic design and implementation of university-wide alumni events including Alumni Weekend, Global Days of Service, and educational and cultural programming. The Director will also collaborate with the Executive Director of Alumni Relations and the Dean of Arts & Sciences on strategic alumni engagement for the College of Arts & Sciences and the Questrom School of Business. Leading a team of four professional staff members, the Director will develop strategies for engaging alumni and increasing their connection to each other and the University through events and programs. The Director must effectively interact with volunteer leaders, College/School Assistant Deans, and other DAR managers and directors.

If you are interested in learning more about the role and applying, please check out our BU DAR talent website: http://www.bu.edu/dar-talent/jobs/
Link: http://www.bu.edu/dar-talent/jobs/
Senior Associate Vice President, Principal Gifts
Boston University
Boston University, an international, comprehensive, private research university, is seeking a dynamic and experienced Senior Associate Vice President for Principal Gifts (SAVP) to provide strategic leadership for principal gift fundraising efforts around university initiatives. Reporting to the Senior Vice President (SVP) for Development & Alumni Relations (DAR), Karen Ann Engelbourg, and serving as a member of DAR’s Cabinet, the Senior Associate Vice President will direct and advise in the development and execution of coordinated strategies aimed to maximize the lifetime engagement and philanthropic support for Boston University.

BU has had great success during the first-ever comprehensive campaign, Choose to Be Great, which culminated in September 2019, raising $1.85 billion, 85% above our initial campaign goal of $1 billion. The SAVP will work in close partnership with the SVP and President in advising staff and volunteers in uncovering and cultivating alumni and friends of the university that can give at the highest levels.

If you are interested in learning more about the role and applying, you can download the detailed job description here:
https://www.wittkieffer.com/positionfiles/u1793446/BU+SAVP+Principal+Gifts+Leadership+Profile+Oct2019.pdf

Inquiries, nominations and applications should be sent electronically via e-mail to Mercedes Chacón Vance and Sarah Miller at BUSAVPPG@wittkieffer.com
Link: https://www.wittkieffer.com/positionfiles/u1793446/BU+SAVP+Principal+Gifts+Leadership+Profile+Oct2019.pdf
Major Gift Officer
Moreau Catholic High School
POSITION DESCRIPTION: The Major Gift Officer reports to the Director of Advancement and focuses on building relationships between Moreau Catholic High School and current and prospective donors whose leadership, involvement and financial support is key to helping the school achieve its strategic vision and goals. The Major Gift Officer plans and implements a comprehensive, metric-driven fundraising program, including the formulation of annual and multi-year plans, goals and objectives; identifies, cultivates and solicits major and planned gifts in strategic consultation with the Director of Advancement.

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Senior Director of Development, CNAS
University of California, Riverside
Under the leadership of the Assistant Dean for Development and in close collaboration with the Dean of the College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences (CNAS), UC Riverside seeks a Sr. Director of Development (SDoD) who will develop and execute long- and short-term strategies to grow the college's philanthropic pipeline and secure annual and major gifts that will benefit endowments, research programs, and student success. The SDoD will identify and manage approximately 150 individual donors and will travel locally and statewide frequently for qualification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship purposes. The SDoD will arrange appropriate opportunities for key faculty and academic leadership to meet with prospective donors and will work collaboratively with other University Advancement colleagues to achieve fundraising goals. The College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences' 13 departments comprise the college's three divisions led by Divisional Deans: Agriculture, Life Sciences, and Physical Sciences. This unique structure has resulted in the need for dedicated philanthropic engagement from an incumbent who will be instrumental in planning and executing strategies in collaboration with the CNAS Development team and will help raise $100M of the university's $300M "Living the Promise" campaign goal by December 2020. Please note: this is a three-year, renewable contract position which includes the same employee benefits afforded career employees.
Link: https://irecruitportal.ucr.edu/irecruit/!Controller?action=jobs_webui.show_page&page=jobs_detail&requisition_id=202001241581&profile_id=&module=jobs
Director of Development, Bourns College of Engineering (BCOE)
University of California, Riverside
Under the general direction of the Senior Director of Development, Bourns College of Engineering (BCOE), the incumbent helps to create and implement extensive programs of engagement between the campus and external constituencies; to encourage major and principal gifts and private philanthropy for BCOE. The incumbent ensures the success of multiple fundraising projects with a focus on corporate philanthropy and initiatives to support student success. Please note: all university development officers sign three-year renewable contracts which include the same employee benefits afforded career employees.
Link: https://irecruitportal.ucr.edu/irecruit/!Controller?action=jobs_webui.show_page&page=jobs_detail&requisition_id=202002263202&profile_id=&module=jobs
Vice President
California State University, Dominguez Hills
VP, University Advancement
Link: https://bryantgrp.com/clients/open-positions/
Executive Director, Advancement
University of Rochester
Wilmot Cancer Institute seeks a new leader to guide the fundraising efforts and team
Link: https://bryantgrp.com/clients/open-positions/
Vice President, Foundation
St. Peter’s Health
St. Peter’s Health in Helena, Montana is seeking a new chief development officer for the foundation.
Link: https://bryantgrp.com/clients/open-positions/
Senior Director of Development
Envision
This position calls for a dynamic professional who thrives in a fast-paced dynamic environment, has a track record of success in major gift fundraising, and can promote the mission and vision of Envision with passion and authenticity.
Link: https://bryantgrp.com/clients/open-positions/
Administrative and Communication Coordinator (6299U) - #5036
University of California, Berkeley
This position provides a range of activities associated with communicating to, serving, and engaging the UC Berkeley Foundation’s Board of Trustees, comprised of professional, business, and philanthropic leaders dedicated to promoting the University’s pursuits of teaching, research, and public service. The Board of Trustees is the campus’s top philanthropic body.  As state support diminishes, philanthropic leadership plays an increasingly important role in campus finances and in the campaign. 

Since its formation, the UC Berkeley Foundation’s Board of Trustees have been instrumental in driving the dynamic growth in private giving to Berkeley. Through a variety of committees and task forces, the 150-member Board supports and advises on a broad spectrum of fundraising programs and activities. It also manages the Foundation’s endowment funds and oversees the Foundation’s trusts.

The Board of Trustees also serves as a primary advocacy group to the Chancellor and provides leadership for a united effort to ensure Cal’s continuing stature as one of the world’s foremost institutions of higher learning. As such, it serves not only as the University’s fundraising arm, but also as a conduit for public opinion, an advisory council, and a steady source of assistance to Berkeley’s Chancellor and the campus as a whole.

Reporting to the Executive Director of Foundation Operations and working closely with the Foundation’s Corporate Secretary, the Administrative & Communications Coordinator will translate Board of Trustees’ constituent needs and priorities into customized programs to create, enhance, and sustain relationships between the campus and the Board.  The Administrative & Communications Coordinator will collaborate with UCBF administrative officers, other units within University Alumni & Development Operations, as well as the offices of the Chancellor and staff from units across the campus.  

For more information, go to careers.berkeley.edu and reference job ID 5036
Link: https://careerspub.universityofcalifornia.edu/psp/ucb/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=21&JobOpeningId=5036&PostingSeq=1
Principal Graphic Designer (7467U) - #6095
University of California, Berkeley
Responsibility overview:

Conceives, produces and approves files, graphics, and/or illustrations for visual media, including print and the web, such as Campaign Gala event graphics and @cal for the web.
Consults with clients to plan and design presentation of visual information effectively and appropriate to target audiences and to the selected visual medium; products may include publications, brochures, displays, presentation slides, proposals, technical manuals, web sites, and other visual communications. 
Assesses complex or otherwise challenging written material and data and devises the best ways to present it visually to enhance its clarity and impact. 
Develops and produces visual presentations and proposals, devising visual themes that strengthen the communication of ideas and information. 
Works closely with project managers, writers, and clients to understand communication requirements, determine most appropriate media, and create cost-effective products. 
Using advanced understanding of printing and other production processes and of computer software for publishing, images, web sites, and various other media, provides high level guidance on design and publishing technology, services for web design, or expertise on printing and other production processes for final products. 
Effectively meet budget and time constraints. 
Leads others in department to achieve project and departmental goals and objectives.

Link: https://careerspub.universityofcalifornia.edu/psp/ucb/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=21&JobOpeningId=6095&PostingSeq=1
Director of Communications, UNLV College of Education
UNLV
The director of communications is responsible for developing and administering a comprehensive communications plan and marketing program for the College of Education at UNLV. This position reports to the dean and is part of the school's executive leadership team.

The director collaborates with school leadership, development staff, center directors and multiple university level partners to develop processes and strategies that will advance the College's vision and brand among and across its multiple stakeholders. Duties include creating, implementing, and refining a communications strategy that highlights faculty and student achievement and ties school priorities with key university initiatives; developing and/or managing creation of internal and external communications materials (collateral, news releases, feature and web content, advertising, and online and social media) for the school, its signature programs, faculty, staff, and students; manage and update the school's website; delivering communications and marketing counsel to the dean, administrators, center directors, and advisory board members; coordinating with central university communicators on news and information about the College of Education; cultivating and maintaining a strong media presence through strategic outreach; and supporting annual and signature event programming and production.
Link: https://www.higheredjobs.com/admin/details.cfm?JobCode=177235063
Social Media Specialist, UNLV Integrated Marketing and Branding
UNLV
The social media specialist will assist in implementing UNLV's social media strategy through storytelling and content creation. Through the use of multimedia tools to develop content, the social media specialist will support and tell UNLV's story on social media. This position will research, plan, create, edit, organize, and post digital content including videos, photos, and graphics. This position will also be responsible for drafting and posting social media copy as well as writing and developing online articles to highlight UNLV students and alumni on social media. The social media specialist will attend university events and post photos and videos in real-time to engage social media audiences.
Link: https://www.higheredjobs.com/admin/details.cfm?JobCode=177218375
Development Analyst, Student Experience & Diversity (7547U) - #5149
University of California, Berkeley
The Student Experience and Diversity (SED) philanthropy program within UDAR is designed to raise funds and provide meaningful opportunities for alumni, parents, and friends to contribute philanthropically to the success of Berkeley students and the advancement of educational equity. The Student Experience and Diversity philanthropy program raises funds in support of student aid, co-curricular activities, diversity, equity and inclusion. Largely focused on major gift fundraising, the SED team supports the core fundraising priorities of the divisions of Equity & Inclusion, Student Affairs, and Undergraduate Education.

As a core member of the SED team, liaises with campus units and University Relations administrators in developing long-term strategy for major gift program and helps support goals for face-to-face interactions with prospects and donors.

For more information, please go to careers.berkeley.edu and reference Job ID 5149
Link: https://careerspub.universityofcalifornia.edu/psp/ucb/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=21&JobOpeningId=5149&PostingSeq=1
Senior Director of Development, Bay Area (0464U) - #3521
University of California, Berkeley
The University of California, Berkeley seeks a strategic and accomplished development professional to lead its regional major gifts program in the Bay Area/Northern California. Reporting to the Executive Director, Major Gifts, the Senior Director will have a unique opportunity to lead an established and high performing team, while developing and shaping a regional major gifts strategy that ensures an integrated and collaborative approach to expanding the University’s individual major gift activity in the Bay Area and Northern California. 

With more than 200,000 alumni and parents in the region, a dedicated core group of current donors and leadership volunteers, and broad campus support including actively engaged new chancellor, Carol Christ, this role is pivotal for UC Berkeley’s continued growth in the region, and will play a key role as the university prepares for the public launch of the capital campaign.  

The Senior Director will be based in Berkeley with a donor portfolio focused on the greater Bay Area, but also encompassing the broader Northern California region as needed. He/she will manage a portfolio of major gift prospects, donors, and volunteer leaders with a focus on closing gifts in the $100k - $5M range.

Fundraising priorities will be University-wide and will require close collaboration with development colleagues across campus disciplines, academic and development leadership, and University administrators. 

For more information, please go to careers.berkeley.edu and reference Job ID 3521
Link: https://careerspub.universityofcalifornia.edu/psp/ucb/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=21&JobOpeningId=3521&PostingSeq=1
Director of Development - Library (0462U) - #5911
University of California, Berkeley
The Library comprises 25 campus libraries, with a collection of nearly 13 million circulating volumes, almost 1.5 million e-books, subscriptions to over 130,000 journals and periodicals, and about 200 million items in its special collections, including rare materials held by The Bancroft Library, the C. V. Starr East Asian Library, the Bioscience, Natural Resources & Public Health Library, the Music Library, and the Anthropology Library. The UC Berkeley Library actively partners with the other nine UC campuses and the systemwide California Digital Library. The Library manages the systemwide off-site Northern Regional Library Facility. The Library has a current operating budget of about $62 million with approximately 325 full-time employees and 600 student employees each year.

For more information, please go to careers.berkeley.edu and reference Job ID 5911
Link: https://careerspub.universityofcalifornia.edu/psp/ucb/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=21&JobOpeningId=5911&PostingSeq=1
Associate Director, Parent Philanthropy and Engagement (0462U) - #6473
University of California, Berkeley
The University of California, Berkeley seeks an energetic and experienced fundraiser to solicit philanthropic gifts supporting key cross-divisional programs that impact student experience services, including:  1) Building a New Global Citizen, 2) Scholarships, 3) Building Engaged and Living, Learning, and Social Communities, 4) First Generation Students, 5) Undocumented students, 6) Campus-wide Disability Access. The Major Gifts Officer is the philanthropic content expert in these and other areas impacting student experience and success.

Manage a portfolio of 125 major gift prospects who have the capacity to give $100,000 or more to the campus.

Ensure that predetermined fundraising goals are met and raise at least $1 million per year once established with an appropriate portfolio.

Solicit gifts directly; work with senior officials, faculty, and key volunteers to implement successful solicitation strategies and maintain a cross-divisional view of solicitations and strategies.

With director, develop long and short-range strategies for key content areas related to philanthropic needs to support the student experience at Berkeley.

Conceive and execute appropriate cultivation events and collaborate with members of UDAR and campus on other activities (such as events, gift recognition and reporting).

Promote culture of philanthropy and provide fundraising training to program leaders concerning their role in fundraising and engagement.

Collaborate with colleagues in other campus units to advance coordinate strategies for multi-interest donors and prospects.

For more information, please go to careers.berkeley.edu and reference Job ID 6473
Link: https://jobs.berkeley.edu/
Director of Annual Giving
Holy Names University
Are social justice, diversity and inclusivity important to you? Come join our team! Holy Names University seeks a creative fundraising professional to lead our annual giving program. The Director of Annual Giving is responsible for the planning and implementation of a dynamic year-round annual giving program. She/he will serve as a key member of the vice president’s management team and will develop and implement an innovative program using initiative, enthusiasm, and sound judgement in the implementation of HNU’s annual giving efforts.
Link: https://careers.case.org/jobs/view/director-of-annual-giving/53404413/?keywords=Director+of++Annual+Giving&t737=684
Director of Leadership Gifts
Holy Names University
Holy Names University has a 151 year commitment to social justice, diversity and inclusivity and to educating leaders who will create a more just world. If this mission resonates with you, then come join our team!

Holy Names University seeks an experienced and mission driven fundraising professional to build and lead our Major and Leadership Gifts program. The Director of Leadership Gifts will be responsible for the development and management of a comprehensive, strategic leadership gift program at HNU to cultivate, solicit and steward philanthropic support from the university’s alumni, parents, and friends. In leading this effort, the director will work closely with the Vice President for University Advancement, other key members of the advancement staff, and the Trustees and President of the university.

The director shall serve as a key member of the Vice President for University Advancement’s management team and as a key conduit to faculty and staff at the university, using discretion, enthusiasm, and sound judgement in the implementation of HNU’s Leadership Gifts program.


Link: https://careers.case.org/jobs/view/director-of-leadership-gifts/53404412/?keywords=Director+of+Individual+Giving&t737=684&sort=company
Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations
Holy Names University
Holy Names University has a 151 year commitment to social justice, diversity and inclusion and to educating leaders who will create a more just world. If this mission resonates with you, then come join our team!

Holy Names University is seeking a Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations. Working with the VP for University Advancement, the Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations will be responsible for increasing funding from foundations, corporations, and other institutional funders through effective prospect research, persuasive proposals, and compliance/stewardship of existing awards. The Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations plays a critical role in HNU’s efforts to deepen its philanthropic relationships with institutional funders, including government agencies. In furtherance of the university’s integrated strategic plan, the Director both develops and implements the strategy for corporate and foundation engagement. This includes advising senior leadership, collaboration with faculty/staff on proposal development, and maintaining a strong line of communication with institutional funders.

The director shall serve as a key member of the Vice President for University Advancement’s management team and as a key conduit to faculty and staff at the university, using discretion, enthusiasm, and sound judgement in the implementation of HNU’s corporate and foundation relations program.
Link: https://careers.case.org/jobs/view/director-of-corporate-and-foundation-relations/53404414/?keywords=Director+of++Corporate+and+Foundation+Relations&t737=684&t737=684&sort=company
Associate Director of Development, Diversity & Next Generation Giving (86314)
Stanford University
Stanford’s Office of Development (OOD) – Major Gifts is committed to advancing donor-centric giving in historically underrepresented communities and with the next generation of givers (alumni within 10-25 years of graduation). Through the Diversity and Next Generation Giving (D/NG) program, OOD employs fundraising approaches that reflect the interests, values and priorities of these emerging philanthropic markets and cultivate a culture of inclusive philanthropy.

The Associate Director of Development will identify, cultivate and solicit diverse and next generation prospects with the capacity to make gifts of $250,000 and more. This position will operate independently to manage all stages of the major gift process, including identification, qualification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship. The Associate Director may interact with faculty, deans, program directors, volunteers and other key stakeholders to build and grow relationships with prospective donors.
Link: https://careersearch.stanford.edu/jobs/associate-director-of-development-diversity-and-next-generation-giving-9572
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