University of Chicago staff members at Alumni Weekend


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 to talk about your career and job search, please send your request by email to Angela Jacobs.

Thank you for considering UChicago in your career plans!

Analyst, Prospect Management [JR07541]

Assistant Director, Change Management [JR07334]

Assistant Director, Class Giving and Reunion Programs - 2x [JR07615]

Assistant Director, Leadership Annual Giving - MBSD [JR08165]

Assistant Director, Student Advancement and 1st Reunion [JR07317]

Assistant Vice President, Development – Humanities and the Arts [JR08146]

Associate Vice President, Individual Giving – MBSD [JR06945]

Copy Editor, University of Chicago Magazine [JR08034]

Development Associate – Hiring 2! [JR08087]

Development Associate – New York [JR07082]

Development Coordinator, Individual Giving – MBSD [JR07484]

Development and Communications Associate – SSA [JR07873]

Director of Development – Smart Museum [JR07558]

Executive Director, Development – Booth [JR07772]

Executive Director, Foundation & Corporate Relations – MBSD [JR07539]

Senior Associate Director, Global Engagement – [JR07393]

Senior Director, Advancement Services and Operations – Booth [JR07232]


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