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Texas Development is a dynamic and growing community of more than 400 team members across the Forty Acres. We offer unique opportunities in fundraising, prospect research, donor engagement, marketing and communications, talent development, data management, administration and other teams within the University Development Office and across more than 25 colleges, schools and units.

Explore our current openings and get ready to change the world.

Current UT Austin employees should apply via Workday.

Meet Our Recruiters

Our Talent Development team is here to help you find a fulfilling career with Texas Development.

AmandaCole
Amanda Cole
Director of Recruitment
amanda.cole@austin.utexas.edu
AnnDure

Ann Dure
Recruiting Coordinator
adure@austin.utexas.edu

Samira

Samira Charur
Recruiting Coordinator
samira.charur@austin.utexas.edu

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Current Openings

Leadership

Executive Director of University Events, University Development Office
The university seeks a strategic leader who can provide direction for all university events and work closely with the Office of the President to develop quality events that engage the multitude of constituents.

Fundraising

Senior Director of Development, College of Liberal Arts

To raise philanthropic support for the College of Liberal Arts (COLA) focusing on principal gift donors with a capacity of $1,000,000 and soliciting gifts of $1,000,000 plus annually.

 

Associate Director for Development, Texas Performing Arts

Reporting to the associate director of annual giving, this position will write content for Dell Medical School’s annual giving program, track data, and assist with developing strategies to acquire and retain donors. This position will also provide administrative support to Dell Med development’s annual giving team.

Director of Development, University Priorities

This Director of Development position is part of the University Priorities team. This team raises funds to support all programs, efforts and activities that will help to unlock our students’ potential – a key priority of the What Starts Here campaign.

Director of Development, College of Education

To raise philanthropic support from major gift donors with a capacity of $100,000 to $1,000,000. Will work on gifts of $100,000+ plus annually.

Director of Principal Gifts, Texas Law School

To raise philanthropic support for the University of Texas School of Law (“Texas Law”), focusing on principal gift donors with a capacity of $1,000,000 soliciting gifts of $1,000,000 plus annually.

Director of Principal Gifts, University Development Office

To serve as a Director of Principal gifts within the University Development Office and raise philanthropic support focusing on principal gift donors with a capacity of $1,000,000 soliciting gifts of $1,000,000 plus annually.

Director of Gift and Estate Planning, University Development Office
To serve as a director on UT Austin’s Gift and Estate Planning team providing guidance to donors, prospects and their advisors, and colleagues on planned giving strategies and techniques for completing significant charitable gifts to advance discovery and transform the future.
Director of Principal Gifts, Healthcare Initiatives, University Development Office
What starts here changes the world. What starts here starts with you.

The University of Texas at Austin is on the front lines of the future: sparking the imagination, driving discovery and transforming lives.

Director of Principal Gifts, STEM Initiatives, University Development Office
To serve as a Director of Principal gifts within the University Development Office and raise philanthropic support for STEM focused initiatives, focusing on principal gift donors with a capacity of $1,000,000 soliciting gifts of $1,000,000 plus annually.
Senior Director of Development, University Priorities
To serve as a Senior Director of Principal Gifts within the University Development Office and raise philanthropic support for Texas Challenge scholarships and other scholarships, focusing on principal gift donors with a capacity of $1,000,000 soliciting gifts of $1,000,000 plus annually.
Director of Principal Gifts, University Priorities, University Priorities
What starts here changes the world. What starts here starts with you.

The University of Texas at Austin is on the front lines of the future: sparking the imagination, driving discovery and transforming lives.

Director of Development, Development Communications
Reporting to the Interim Chief Development Officer at Dell Medical School, this position will lead and execute communications strategy that shares the impact of philanthropy on the school’s dynamic mission to revolutionize how people get and stay healthy.
Director of Foundation Relations, University Development Office
The Foundation Relations team works to match the interests of private foundations with The University of Texas at Austin’s research and programmatic strengths and priorities.
Director of Development, College of Fine Arts
To raise philanthropic support for the College of Fine Arts, focusing on major gift donors with a capacity of $100,000 soliciting gifts of $100,000 plus annually.
Principal Gifts Writer, College of Fine Arts
The Principal Gifts Writer will be responsible for creating content for gift proposals, letters, marketing collateral, invitations, and other correspondence related to principal gift activity.
Director of Principal Gifts, University Development Office
To serve as a Regional Director of Principal Gifts within the University Development Office and raise philanthropic support for University of Texas at Austin initiatives, focusing on principal gift donors with a capacity of $1,000,000 soliciting gifts of $1,000,000 plus annually on the West Coast of the United States.
Leadership Giving Associate, University Development Office
Raise philanthropic support for campus-wide entities by focusing on donors with a capacity of $25,000 to $100,000 as well as unrated prospects.

Donor Relations & Engagement

Development Specialist – Account Specialist

To work in collaboration with the annual giving programs team (AG) to provide project management, writing, and college, school and unit (CSU) strategy.

Development Specialist, Annual Giving, Dell Medical School

Reporting to the associate director of annual giving, this position will write content for Dell Medical School’s annual giving program, track data, and assist with developing strategies to acquire and retain donors. This position will also provide administrative support to Dell Med development’s annual giving team.

Digital Fundraising Specialist, University Development Office
This role will be a part of the growing digital engagement team at Texas Development, the central fundraising arm of the University of Texas at Austin.
Manager, President’s Events, University Development Office
To produce stylish and sophisticated events of the highest quality for the president of the university and his guests.
Graphic Designer, University Development Office
Under the direction of the Senior Graphic Designer, the Graphic Designer will produce print and digital creative solutions that address the marketing and communications needs of the Office of University Events.

Advancement Operations & Strategy

Development Associate, University Development Office
What starts here changes the world. What starts here starts with you.

The University of Texas at Austin is on the front lines of the future: sparking the imagination, driving discovery and transforming lives.

Research Analyst, University Priorities

To provide research and prospect/portfolio management support for private-sector fundraising programs campus-wide at The University of Texas at Austin.

Senior Front End Developer, College of Fine Arts
Reporting to the Director of Applications Development, Advancement Data Operations, the Senior Software Developer/Analyst is responsible for working with user groups in the University Development Office to analyze, develop, test, and deploy web-based applications to support key distributed business processes.
Sr. Business Intelligence Developer, College of Fine Arts
Reporting to the Director of Data Management, the Sr. BI Developer will lead actionable business intelligence and data analytics solutions within the University Development Office for both the office and larger campus community as assigned. This role will focus on annual giving programs campaigns and advanced analytics.
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