The Yale University Office of Development leads the university’s fundraising effort and currently comprises a staff of approximately 300. Yale benefits from an outstanding tradition of alumni giving, as well as significant and growing support from parents, friends, corporations, and foundations.

The Office of Development offers a dynamic and challenging work environment with opportunities for meaningful accomplishment and true growth. We invite you to discover the excitement, diversity, and rewards of a career at Yale University.

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Conducts complex and independent investigation of biographical and financial information on major donor prospects, trustees from current or prospective corporations and foundations to assess quality of potential donor and giving ability, based on assets.
Reporting to the director of Individual Giving, the deputy director will plan, execute and evaluate a comprehensive, strategic annual giving program for Yale Law School.
Working with considerable independence and exercising discretion in establishing priorities, provide high-level administrative and fundraising support to the deputy director of the Yale College Alumni Fund and other members of the Alumni Fund team including those who work with the graduate and professional schools.
Reporting to the dean of the Law School, the associate dean works closely with the dean in leading all aspects of fundraising and alumni relations.
As Yale prepares for an upcoming capital campaign, this position will play a key role within Yale School of Medicine. Reporting to the associate vice president for Development and Alumni Affairs, the principal gift officer will work with prospects who have the capacity and interest in making complex gifts in support of the school of medicine’s highest priorities.
As part of a team, collaborates with Major Gifts' frontline fundraisers to conduct intensive writing, research, data analysis, and project coordination for the Major Gifts department within the Office of Development.

Reporting to the director of International Development, the international development officer is responsible for fundraising from a diverse portfolio of individuals and private foundations abroad, managing prospect relationships through the donor cycle from identification to stewardship.
Reporting to the university director, Corporate Strategy and Engagement, the communications associate serves as a member of the team responsible for the development of a new communications strategy for the Corporate Strategy and Engagement Office (CSEO).
Reporting to the associate vice president for development at the School of Medicine, the director of alumni engagement serves as the public face of the Yale School of Medicine to its alumni community.