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The Arts and Sciences Foundation is looking for valued members to join our team.

We are actively recruiting candidates to fill several vacancies on our development team. These positions will be employed directly by the Arts and Sciences Foundation with a competitive benefits package for permanent, full-time employees. If you would like to learn more about the recruitment and hiring process for Assistant/Associate Director of Development and/or a Director of Development position, please indicate your interest by completing this form and uploading a current resume.

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As the largest unit on campus, the College of Arts and Sciences forms the academic core of the Carolina experience. Our mission is to create knowledge and discover innovative solutions to the world’s greatest challenges, to educate outstanding undergraduate and graduate students, and to encourage faculty, staff and students to contribute meaningfully to North Carolina, the nation and the world.

The Arts and Sciences Foundation strives to enhance the College of Arts and Sciences by meeting the needs of the various academic departments, promoting teaching, research and service, and supporting the continuing development of knowledge and learning. We recognize the importance of a team with diverse talents, backgrounds, and experiences. This diversity – among our 19,000-plus undergraduate and graduate students and nearly 1,600 faculty and staff – is one of our greatest strengths. We know that when people with varied backgrounds and perspectives come together, new ways of thinking and seeing the world emerge. We seek team members who use their unique experiences and rich culture to provide critical resources for our faculty and students.

After the University’s completion of a $5B campaign, where the College of Arts and Sciences raised $764.2 million, we are eager to continue building our team and pipeline of prospects and donors. We hope you will consider joining our team and having a transformative impact on the future of Carolina faculty and students.