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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.

Please see below for specific job listings.

Reporting to the Office of Development director of finance and human resources, the development building operations and finance manager has responsibility for a wide range of services associated with building operations and ensures that the highest level of customer service is provided to the department.
Yale University seeks a Reunion Gift officer to join the university’s distinguished division of alumni affairs and development. Reporting to the director of Reunion Giving and, as a member of the Reunion Giving team, the Reunion Gift officer solicits Yale College alumni for gifts of varying sizes during their quinquennial reunions and manages alumni volunteers for several assigned reunion classes.
Reporting to the associate director, communications, provide support for Yale’s fundraising efforts by researching, drafting, and preparing brochures, news articles, gift announcements, web copy, emails, social media posts, newsletters, solicitation materials, case statements, proposals, stewardship reports, and other written communications.
The senior administrative assistant provides a wide range of administrative support to the chief resource officer and the training and development manager in the Office of Development.
Reporting to the senior director, Marketing & Communications, and the director, Stewardship, provides high-level administrative and project management support to the members of the stewardship team within the Office of Development’s Marketing & Communications team and to the unit’s senior director.
The director of special assets oversees the evaluation, acceptance, closing, management, and liquidation of non-cash gifts to the university including donated securities and complex (“special”) assets that are managed separately from the endowment.
Reporting to the associate director, graphic design, Marketing & Communications, designs and produces a variety of print and electronic publications and other materials to support the Office of Development’s fundraising and relationship-building efforts.
With limited supervision and exhibiting significant initiative, provide high-level administrative and project management support to multiple fundraisers in the Yale School of Medicine Office of Development.
Reporting to the director of Parent Gifts, the program manager provides leadership and strategic direction for the Parent Gifts office administrative staff to ensure a high-level of support for the director of Parent Gifts and Parent Gifts officers with an emphasis on written briefing materials, proposal development, case management, special events, correspondence, stewardship, and volunteer support.
Yale University seeks a driven and successful fundraiser to join the distinguished division of alumni affairs and development.
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 associate vice president for development (university director for corporate and foundation relations) and working in close coordination with Yale leadership and faculty, the Yale School of Medicine (YSM) director for Corporate and Foundation Relations leads a team of development professionals responsible for all corporate and private foundation fundraising for the Yale School of Medicine and its departments, including the Yale School of Public Health, and all associated institutes, centers, and units.