Office of the Vice President for Advancement
University Administrative Fellows (UAF) position in the Office of the Vice President for Advancement
Reporting to Tracey Storey, Director of the Office of the Vice President for Advancement
Position starting date: September 18, 2017
Position end date: December 15, 2017
The Office of the Vice President for Advancement seeks applicants for the University Administrative Fellows (UAF) Program. University Advancement strives to inform, inspire, and involve Princeton’s global community of alumni, parents and friends in the life of the University, in order to marshal their talents and generosity in furtherance of the University’s commitment to exceptional teaching, research and service. Kevin Heaney was appointed Vice President for Advancement in November 2016 and oversees the Office of Development and the Office of Alumni Affairs. His office leads and supports the efforts of both groups to fulfill their mission.
Interested applicants should submit a brief cover letter and a copy of their résumé via email no later than July 1, 2017 to Tracey Storey email@example.com.
The UAF will work closely with the Director of the Office of the Vice President for Advancement to improve our use of data and analytics in prospect cultivation. The final projects and learning goals will be agreed upon with the candidate and reflect that individual’s particular strengths and interests. The UAF will have the opportunity to learn in the context of the following projects and responsibilities:
- Conduct an assessment of current tools and dashboards available for the tracking and development of prospect strategy.
- Identify opportunities for a more seamless integration of technology tools into the development and execution of prospect strategy.
- Identify strengths and weaknesses of the current dashboards and reports and make recommendations for improvement.
- Strong data management skills
- Strong research and writing skills
- Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively
- A strong interest in Advancement and Development