Suitably qualified candidates are invited to submit applications for the following position available at University of The Bahamas.
Vice President for Advancement and Alumni Affairs will be responsible for designing and implementing comprehensive institutional advancement programmes and receiving and developing talented team members focused toward the ultimate goal of significantly increasing consistent involvement and fundraising outcomes. The advancement function includes responsibility for annual fund, corporate and foundation relations, major gifts and gift planning, endowment, capital campaigns, and alumni and constituent efforts, stewardships, and other advancement services; namely, Office of University Relations.
Among the duties and responsibilities are:
The successful candidate must have a minimum of ten years of managerial experience as a fundraising and/or advancement executive and a Masters degree.
A detailed position announcement is available online at:
Applications should electronically submit via firstname.lastname@example.org, to the attention of the Vice President, Human Resources the following documents:
Attention: President and C.E.O- University of The Bahamas
Deadline to apply July 25, 2018.
University of The Bahamas was chartered on 10th November 2016 by an Act of Parliament of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas. UB had its genesis in the College of The Bahamas which came into force in 1974 through the amalgamation of four institutions: The Bahamas Teachers’ College, San Salvador Teachers’ College, C.R. Walker Technical College and the sixth form programme of the Government High School. In February 1977, when the then Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, Rt. Hon. Lynden O. Pindling, officially opened the College, he foreshadowed that the institution would eventually become the University of The Bahamas: “And after all of this, what will we have? Ten years from now we will have developed the University of The Bahamas….and the College of The Bahamas will have given way to the University of The Bahamas.” With these words, the creation of the University was inevitable.