Director of Development, Nursing & Health Sciences

Long Island University

Brookville, New York

Long Island University (LIU) was founded in 1926 in Brooklyn, N.Y., under the guiding principle of educating and empowering men and women from all walks of life. LIU has grown into one of the nation’s largest private universities, and remains committed to the educational needs and interests of its diverse student body. LIU offers more than 500 undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degree programs and certificates, educating more than 20,000 students each year across multiple campuses. The University continuously strives to cultivate and expand academic, professional, artistic, and co-curricular opportunities.

From the shores of Long Island, to the epicenter of business and tech innovation in Brooklyn, to the far corners of the world, LIU offers a unique college experience for every student seeking academic enrichment and professional opportunity. Upon graduation, our students join a community of more than 200,000 alumni to become global leaders in fields that include the arts, health sciences, media, education, pharmacy, business, technology, public service, and professional sports.

The Opportunity

During this exciting time of change, expansion, and revitalization, the Director of Development, Nursing & Health Sciences will join new philanthropic efforts to build state-of-art laboratories, hi-tech classrooms, and advance other important priority areas. This Director is a critical leadership role for expanding and growing a donor portfolio at the $25,000 to $100,000 level and will work with deans and faculty in several colleges and schools across the university to source prospects, manage and develop the pipeline, and cultivate and solicit gifts directly and with colleagues. Reporting directly to the Vice President for University Advancement, the successful candidate will be highly diplomatic and will possess the highest level of customer service expertise and program knowledge. S/he will be a strategic thinker assigned to approximately 150 prospects across the University.