for the creation of Institution-wide philanthropic plans and
implementation strategies, including the management of a team
supporting the School of Medicine including Campaigns, Centers, and
Institutes in order to influence positive fundraising goals.
Provides leadership to the department in developing and
implementing strategies to meet long and short-range goals and
objectives in the areas of major gifts, individual and corporate
giving, foundation grants, planned giving, fundraising, and alumni
giving and cultivates high-level donor support for the
implements, and monitors fundraising and philanthropic activities
that advance strategic University-wide programs and other
Institutional priority areas to build institutional donor support
that also compliments donor goals for long-term relationships.
donor and prospect relationships to increase the number of donors,
university-wide, and expand donor support for institutional
priorities. Also, develops donor strategies in order to cultivate
and steward long-term philanthropic support. This includes major
gifts, annual giving, planned giving, foundation support, corporate
support, grants, and alumni events across the institution.
portfolio of donors for the School of Medicine and its related
Institutes, Centers, and capital campaigns, including high
potential prospects and major donors; leads the strategic
development of new donor relationships for the institution
including planning and coordination of donor cultivation strategies
and gift solicitation for major and planned gifts.
implements short, medium, and long-range fund-raising plans for
prospects and donors to support the development of long-term donor
relationships that complement donor interests and meet the current
and future needs of the Institution.
effective relationships with key internal University partners
including Deans, Department Chairs, Institute, and Center
Directors, Faculty, and key University volunteer partners to
advance donor development and support strategic university
supervision and management of department employees in the School of
Medicine and its related Institutes, Centers and Campaigns
throughout the institution including front-line Directors and other
development staff to guide, measure and assess performance for
employees and contribute to decisions regarding assignments,
schedules, and promotions.
other duties as assigned.
degree is required.
years of experience in fundraising, public relations, and alumni
relations with strong knowledge of Institutional Advancement and
Development is required.
experience with either a complex medical center or an academic
authority to direct the work of others, hire or fire employees, or
provide recommendations as to the hiring, firing, advancement,
promotion, or any other change of status of another employee.
UT Health San
Antonio offers an excellent benefits package for its employees.
Employees who work at least 20 hours a week, with an appointment of
at least 4.5 months, are eligible for benefits.
SELECT Medical insurance is offered free for employees and
administered by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas. Family members
can be added to the plan through payroll deduction. Employees and
their dependents can also receive discounted copays and coinsurance
when using UT Health Physicians, a network of 800 premier
physicians including more than 100 specialists.
Three dental insurance plan options are available for employees and
their families through Delta Dental Insurance Company, two PPOs and
one dental HMO plan. Both PPO plans allow employees to choose any
insured Vision Care benefits are offered by Superior Vision
Services. Two vision plan options that offer either standard or
enhanced vision benefits. Life Employees receive $40,000 of group
term life insurance and $40,000 of basic accidental death and
dismemberment insurance for free, with options to purchase
additional employee and dependent coverage for both at group
Employees are eligible for either the Teacher Retirement System
(TRS) or the Optional Retirement Plan (ORP). TRS is a defined
benefit retirement plan which UT Health matches employee
contributions. ORP is for eligible faculty staff employees.
Voluntary retirement programs are also available to invest before-
or after-tax dollars with the choice of five quality retirement
Time Off- A
generous leave program offers multiple paid leave options:
Paid Time Off: 128 to 208 hours (16 to 26 days) of Paid Time Off
based on years of service, given at the start of each fiscal year.
PTO may be prorated in year one based on date of hire.
Illness Bank: 8 hours (1 day) accrued per month which can be used
for illness or injury after one day of Paid Time Off is taken.
Leave: Up to 240 hours (6 weeks) to care for a spouse, child, or
parent after 6 months of consecutive employment.
set paid holidays each year plus three floating holidays, which can
be used anytime during the fiscal year.
Employees can enroll in flexible spending accounts (FSAs) to set
aside money from earnings before taxes for qualifying dependent day
care expenses or out-of-pocket health care expenses.
Employees enjoy a range of discounts on services, tickets, and gym
UT Health San Antonio is an
equal employment opportunity and affirmative action employer.
It is our policy to promote and ensure equal employment opportunity
for all individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex,
national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability, or veteran