University of Chicago


Welcome to the University of Chicago’s Alumni Relations & Development (ARD) Career Page.

By joining Team ARD, you will engage alumni, parents and friends to support UChicago faculty and researchers, practitioners and patients, and students and programs across the University as they define future inquiry and its impact on lives worldwide.

ARD invests in and supports your career success through structured employee orientation, personalized onboarding, training programs, professional development and access to leadership.

Take the next step in your career by applying for a position below.

If you want to schedule time with an ARD recruiter, please send your request by email:

Thank you for considering UChicago in your career plans!

Assistant Director, Development – Humanities [JR04339]

Assistant Director, Global Engagement [JR03968]

Assistant Director of Development, UChicago Arts [JR04202]

Assistant Vice President, Development – Sciences [JR03928]

Associate Director, Advancement Communications – Booth [JR04132]

Associate Director, Board Liaison – MBSD [JR03687]

Associate Director, Gift Planning - [JR03976]

Associate Director, Global Engagement [JR03972]

Associate Director, Major Gifts – Lab Schools [JR03567]

Chief Advancement Officer - Booth [JR04000]

Development Coordinator, Campaign Management – Booth [JR03588]

Director, International Advancement – Asia [JR04340]

Director of Development, IME [JR03797]

Director of Development, Physical Sciences Division [JR03291]

Director of Individual Giving and Operations – Harris [JR03857]

Executive Director, Alumni Engagement & Annual Giving (AEAG) [JR03468]

Leadership and Volunteer Engagement Associate – Booth [JR03967]

Senior Assistant Director, Development Communications – MBSD [JR03716]

Senior Associate Vice President, Principal Gifts [JR04277]

Senior Development Associate, Individual Giving – MBSD [JR04385]

Temporary Event Specialist – Booth [JR04370]


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