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Career Opportunities

Development Coordinator

Position Summary

The primary purpose of this position is to support the identification and cultivation of high potential donors.  This position collaborates with major gift officers in the management of major donor relationships and in raising more than $10+ million annually. Additionally, this position helps expand College Fund capacity by garnering resources and implementing its strategic initiatives to increase revenue and raise awareness of the organization.

Incumbent must share the College Fund’s core guiding principles: To be appropriately inclusive and supportive; to consider and communicate thoughtfully; to trust and respect the diverse expertise and knowledge of team members to empower accountability and productivity; to support problem-solving, creativity, and innovation to effectively achieve goals; and to embrace the College Fund’s diversity and ability to work as a united team.  This position works closely with Resource Development team members and across department lines in its fundraising efforts to achieve team and organization objectives.  As such, a commitment to these principles is critical to successfully executing the duties of this role.

To Apply:
Qualified applicants: please send a letter of interest, salary requirements and a current resume by email (with Word or PDF documents, combined in one attachment, and in the subject line, list your name and Development Coordinator), to Human Resources at applications@collegefund.org.  All requested information and documents required.  Open until filled.
All requested information and documents required.
The American Indian College Fund is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Manager of Corporate Partnerships

Position Summary

The primary purpose of this position is to lead corporate partnerships for the American Indian College Fund (the College Fund). The Manager of Corporate Partnerships is part of the College Fund’s Resource Development team and is critical in helping the organization effectively meet revenue goals that support strategic initiatives and business goals.

This position must share the College Fund’s core values of respect, reciprocity, reasoning, relationships, and responsibility, which are all important values held by a College Fund team member.  This position will work closely within Resource Development and across department lines to coordinate efforts and achieve team and organization objectives.  In addition, reasoning and responsibility are critical to successfully executing the duties of this role.

To Apply:
Qualified applicants: please send a letter of interest, salary requirements and a current resume by email (with Word or PDF documents, combined in one attachment, and in the subject line, list your name and Manager, Corporate Partnerships), to Human Resources at applications@collegefund.org.  All requested information and documents required.  Open until filled.
All requested information and documents required.
The American Indian College Fund is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Development Systems Report Writer/Analyst

Position Summary

The American Indian College Fund (College Fund) strives to positively impact the lives of American Indians by supporting their higher education and career objectives.  College Fund team members believe education is the answer and collectively we raise funds, provide scholarships, and holistically support students in achieving their goals.

The ideal candidate for this position will be a knowledgeable “power user” and resource development analyst using Blackbaud applications (Raiser’s Edge and Luminate Online), who is an articulate, technical-minded individual with good business acumen, excellent interpersonal skills and well-developed quantitative skills and analytical thinking. The candidate should have strong hands-on technical skills with experience in non-profit fund raising, marketing, email/direct response marketing, CRM software, donor life-cycle management, project management, segmentation, response analysis and campaign tracking.

This position supports the work of the College Fund through detailed report writing and data analysis across various software platforms and channels. This position requires tremendous attention to detail and priorities. The ideal candidate must have the ability to interact professionally with staff, vendor partners, and donors in a fast-paced environment, while remaining flexible, proactive, resourceful, and efficient. Excellent collaboration and communication skills are required.

To Apply:

Qualified applicants: please send a letter of interest, salary requirements and a current resume by email (with Word or PDF documents, combined in one attachment, and in the subject line, list your name and Development Systems Report Writer Analyst), to Human Resources at applications@collegefund.org.  All requested information and documents required.  Open until filled.
All requested information and documents required.
The American Indian College Fund is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Media Placement Manager

Position Summary
The purpose of this position is to increase awareness of the American Indian College Fund’s (College Fund) mission and work through placement of promotional pieces in all media channels, including but not limited to digital, television and radio – all resulting in increased donor/constituent engagement.

In partnership with Wieden+Kennedy, the College Fund’s advertising agency, manage the production of public service campaigns and other branded content.  This position then secures in-kind media placement,  in alignment with potential College Fund-identified top tier audiences,  to generate awareness of the College Fund among the general population, with the purpose of increasing engagement.

To Apply:

Qualified applicants: please send a letter of interest, salary requirements and a current resume by email (with Word or PDF documents, combined in one attachment, and in the subject line, list your name and Media Placement Manager), to Human Resources at applications@collegefund.org.  All requested information and documents required.  Open until filled.
All requested information and documents required.
The American Indian College Fund is an Equal Opportunity Employer


2017 Tribal Colleges and Universities (TCU) Summer Research Internship June 12-July 26, 2017

Position Summary

The American Indian College Fund (College Fund) strives to positively impact the lives of American Indians by supporting their higher education and career objectives.  One way the College Fund supports TCU students is by providing summer internships at the College Fund (Denver, Colorado).

The primary purpose for this position is to assist the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (ORSP) team in a variety of research assignments. This internship provides opportunities to practice skills learned in college while gaining real work experience.

The interns will conduct innovative research for enhancing student success at TCUs. Research areas include examining and organizing information relevant to ORSP’s research projects.

There are three (3) positions available and this is a paid internship with housing provided. Students will be housed at the University of Denver for the duration of the internship.

Qualifications:

  • Enrolled Undergraduate TCU student (upperclassman preferred)
  • Knowledge and interest in research
  • Good academic standing
  • At least 18 years old
  • Able to work full-time

 

To Apply:

Submit a cover letter, current résumé, copy of unofficial transcript, and three letters of recommendation, (in a Word or PDF document), combined in one attachment.  In the subject line, list your first, last name and TCU Internship). Send to Human Resources at applications@collegefund.org. Submit by 5pm (MST), Friday, April 21, 2017.
All requested information and documents required.
The American Indian College Fund is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Grant Writer / Researcher 

Position Summary

The primary purpose of this position is to manage avenues for major gift cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship to achieve significant revenue goals by leading the development of grant programs and proposals, administration, and other research and stewardship collateral.  This position is a primary liaison between College Fund departments, directing program development, implementation, and reporting.  The position directly contributes to raising more than $10 million annually in addition to expanding the capacity of the College Fund to garner resources and implement its strategic initiatives to increase revenue and raise awareness of the organization.

Incumbent must share the College Fund’s core guiding principles to be appropriately inclusive and supportive; to consider and communicate thoughtfully; to trust and respect the diverse expertise and knowledge of team members to empower accountability and productivity; to support problem-solving, creativity, and innovation to effectively achieve goals, and to embrace the College Fund’s diversity and ability to work as a united team.  This position works closely within Resource Development and across department lines to lead fundraising efforts and achieve team and organization objectives.  As such, a commitment to these principles is critical to successfully executing the duties of this role.

To Apply:
Qualified applicants: please send a letter of interest, salary requirements and a current resume by email (with Word or PDF documents, combined in one attachment, and in the subject line, list your name and Grant Writer/Researcher), to Human Resources at applications@collegefund.org.  All requested information and documents required.  Open until filled.
All requested information and documents required.
The American Indian College Fund is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Program Coordinator – TCU Scholarships

Position Summary

The Program Coordinator (Coordinator) is an integral part of the Student Success Services (SSS) Team that administers scholarship and other student support programs in order to fulfill a core mission of the American Indian College Fund – offering students access to knowledge, skills, and cultural values that enhance their education, their communities, their careers and the country as a whole. The Coordinator manages and administers the TCU Scholarship Program.  In addition, the Coordinator assists the Student Success Services Team in the overall administration of all scholarships and other student success programs, and represents the College Fund at various events.

 

To Apply:
Qualified applicants: please send a letter of interest, salary requirements and a current resume by email (with Word or PDF documents, combined in one attachment, and in the subject line, list your name and Program Coordinator – TCU Scholarships), to Human Resources at applications@collegefund.org.  All requested information and documents required.  Open until filled.
All requested information and documents required.
The American Indian College Fund is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Volunteer Opportunities

Are you looking to find a place where your contributions make a difference? Have you some free time to lend a hand? Looking to find a place where you can develop your job skills in a fun and learning environment?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then we would like to meet you.

The American Indian College Fund currently has volunteer opportunities available. We are seeking a civic minded individual/s who can lend their skills in the following area: Office or clerical support – answer phone, file, data entry.

Contact Info:
Human Resources
303-426-8900

Resumes can be sent to:
American Indian
College Fund
Human Resources
8333 Greenwood Blvd. Denver, CO 80221
email: applications@collegefund.org

The American Indian College Fund is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer

The American Indian College Fund is dedicated to the principles of equal employment opportunity in any term, condition, or privilege of employment. We do not discriminate against applicants or employees on the basis of age 40 and over, race, sex, color, religion, national origin, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, or any other status protected by federal, state, or local law.