Thank you for considering career opportunities with the University of Oregon Foundation. We invite you to learn more about us and to find out if our mission and values are in line with yours. We are a diverse group of individuals with shared values in common: trust, respect, integrity, and commitment. Our mission and passion are to partner with the University of Oregon; we are devoted entirely to receiving, investing, and administering gifts for the benefit of the university. If this resonates with you, we invite you to explore the possibilities of becoming part of the Foundation team.
Current Job Opportunities
The Foundation is currently hiring for the following full time positions, offering a generous benefits package and competitive pay.
The Applications Developer maintains critical data integrations between core Foundation systems and, working closely with other members of the Technology team and key stakeholders, streamlining and automating business processes with custom application code. The Applications Developer supports the upgrade of existing applications, as well as the design, programming and documentation of new applications. This position utilizes organizational knowledge with technology skills to provide comprehensive solutions to projects and systems.
The Accountant provides accounting expertise to the Financial Services Department, serving as point-person to address customer requests for research and reporting, in collaboration with the Financial Services team. The person in this role must possess strong GAAP accounting skills, sharp analytical skills and clear communication skills, including the ability to effectively present information and respond to internal and external customer needs.
Gifts and Records Manager
The Gifts and Records Manager, through regular contact on behalf of the Foundation with university staff, donors, and other clientele, daily demonstrates the Foundation's values of respect, trust, integrity, and commitment. The Gifts and Records Manager is responsible for managing gift and biographical constituent data, upholding gift recording and acceptance standards, preserving sensitive and confidential data, and performing financial reconciliations. This position plays an important role in collaborating across the Financial Services department. The Gifts and Records Manager must possess a strong understanding of gifts and constituent data, sharp analytical skills, and strong, clear communication skills, including the ability to effectively present information and respond to the needs of internal and external customers.
Information on the Foundation
The University of Oregon Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, is committed to cultural diversity and compliance with EOE. The Foundation does not discriminate on the basis of any attribute protected by federal or state laws. Please contact our office if you need reasonable accommodation in the application process. We participate in E-Verify, and are committed to non-discrimination. For more information see Right to Work and E-Verify Participation.
Falsification of any information in the application process will be deemed grounds to reject a candidate or to terminate employment if already hired. The employment relationship is strictly voluntary and at-will on both sides and may be terminated by either the individual employee or the Foundation at any time, with or without cause or prior notice, except as prohibited by law.
For more information on the Foundation's Core Values and Relationship Between the University, Donors, and the Foundation, visit our about page.