Position Description: The UCLA Institute for Precision Health (IPH) leverages the power of big data to study genes, the environment, and lifestyle in an effort to deliver personalized and precise treatments to patients. Bringing together faculty with expertise across medicine, information and computer science, engineering, human genetics, genomics, public health and the social sciences, the IPH is creating new opportunities for innovative discovery, and is solidifying UCLA's international leadership in education, information technology, and clinical care. Closely linked to the IPH, the UCLA Department of Human Genetics (department) interprets data and leverages genomic technology to improve patient care and solve medical problems.
In collaboration with the Executive Director of Development, Health Sciences and academic leadership in the IPH/department, the inaugural Director of Development will establish long-range fundraising goals and strategies to attract private support for the IPH and Department. The Director will personally cultivate, solicit and stewards major gift donors and will manage a portfolio of major gift prospects. The incumbent will be responsible for developing annual operating plans and evaluating progress in achieving goals. The Director will meet with faculty and gain a working knowledge of their research interests and expertise, will serve as a resource to leadership and represent the IPH/Department to the broader community.
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