Director of Development - Division of Student Affairs & Diversity and Chester Fritz Library
Are We Looking For You?
Do you enjoy helping others, building relationships, meeting new people? Are you organized, motivated, and goal driven? Do you have a passion for UND? Will you take ownership of the time you spend with us and truly make a difference? If so, we are looking for you!
The UND Alumni Association & Foundation is seeking a Director of Development to raise funds to support the priority needs of the Division of Student Affairs & Diversity and the Chester Fritz Library. The Division of Student Affairs & Diversity provides leadership through comprehensive and inclusive student support services and educational opportunities designed to enhance the overall development of lifelong learners. The Chester Fritz library enhances and facilitates teaching, learning, creativity, intellectual inquiry, innovation, and research excellence at the Premier Flagship University in the Northern Plains.
What We Want As the Director of Development
You’ll be at the heartbeat of helping drive and execute a comprehensive fundraising strategy for the Division of Student Affairs & Diversity and the Chester Fritz Library. As an integral part of the team, excellent organizational, interpersonal, and networking skills, as well as a proven ability to develop relationships and be able to achieve objectives are the most important characteristics of this position. Visit our website for full job description and application information. Please email resume, cover letter, and application to HR@UNDalumni.net with reference to this position or send to:
UND Alumni Association & Foundation
Attn: Human Resources
3501 University Ave. Stop 8157
Grand Forks, ND 58202
Applications will be accepted until November 30, 2018.
Check available positions using the UND Student Employment search form. Notes:
- Select "Chester Fritz Library" from the "Employers" section of the forms to limit your search to the library.
- You need to run separate searches for Work Study and Institutional jobs. Work study positions require work study funding, but institutional jobs are open to anyone.
Approximately 100 students are employed by the Chester Fritz Library each year. Student responsibilities may include the following (depending upon area assigned):
- shelving books and stack maintenance
- assisting patrons
- assisting in mailings
- making deliveries to other University libraries
- answering telephones
- running errands
- providing computer support
- performing records management to create and update information on the library's system or Excel spreadsheets
- assisting with invoicing
- creating and affixing spine labels and attaching property information and security strips to materials
Applicants must be motivated, pay attention to details, display excellent interpersonal skills and be able to work both independently and in a team environment. Some positions may require only day-time hours.