The Associate Dean works closely with colleagues across the university, particularly in the central Office of Development major, principal, and corporate giving groups, to ensure that the school's priorities are clearly understood and that a robust and relevant prospect pipeline is identified and nurtured.
Associate Dean jobs in San Jose, California (CA)
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- Develop solicitation goals, objectives, and strategies for specific institutional funders and/or development projects. Cultivate and solicit gifts and other support to the university, which may include sponsored research, in-kind contributions, and affiliate support.
- acilitate communication and sharing of best practices across the School of Medicine and with the broader University and develop and maintain a current inventory of the work being done by Stanford Medicine internationally.
- The Finance Manager will provide financial administration, analysis and oversight of sponsored and non-sponsored projects and funding for Cracking the Neural Code (CNC), SAD Global Health (GH), SPARK Program, and the Neuroscience IDP graduate program.
- Manage large and complex projects with high performance risk, driving project(s) to completion. May manage more than one large project simultaneously. Work is typically comprised of 80% time contribution towards project leadership and 20% as a technical contributor.
- Identify and resolve unique issues of substantial significance that affect the functioning beyond the immediate unit, e.g., work with the University Controller's Office and University Budget Office to provide quarterly variance analysis for reporting to the Board of Trustees.
- The Associate Director will be responsible for the day-to-day administrative and financial management of the Institute, partnering with and/or advise faculty leadership on departmental affairs as well as for its reporting and compliance functions.
- The Associate Director works with volunteers, faculty, students, and other staff to develop, implement, and evaluate alumni activities, events, programs, services, educational opportunities, and communications.
- The associate director of development is responsible for developing and managing relationships with donors and potential donors on behalf of Stanford and the School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences, including creating strategies that ultimately result in securing and stewarding 6-figure gifts.