Development Events Coordinator View
Rice University - Houston, TX

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The position of Development Events Coordinator will assist in the management of special events for the Athletic Department Development office. This includes: oversight of special event management within athletic development; planning, developing, implementing, and promoting special development events; provide leadership in the growth and development of the special events program; monitor development special events program budgets; and, participate in short and long term planning for Athletics development. This position completes additional duties as assigned, including providing assistance with donor stewardship activities.

Education Required

Bachelor's Degree

Experience may not be substituted for the education requirement.

Experience Required

1 year

Related event, development and / or athletics experience (which may include experience as an intern).

Education may not be substituted for the experience requirement.

License/Certification Required

Must possess (or have the ability to obtain one within 30 days of hire) and maintain a valid Texas driver's license with no more than three moving violations and/or at fault accidents within the past 36 months, and no convictions or deferred dispositions for Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) or Driving Under the Influence (DUI) within the past five years.

Other Skills Required

  • Must be a team player and display a positive attitude.
  • Must be goal-oriented and able to prioritize a heavy workload.
  • Must be able to work with high level of confidentiality related to projects and other information.
  • Must have professional appearance, mature attitude, and pleasant demeanor, and be capable of making good decisions.

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