Embry-Riddle is nearing completion on the expansion of its newly rebranded Office of Philanthropy and Alumni Engagement, but for a select few, there is still time to join our robust new advancement program.
This is an exciting time to be at Embry-Riddle. If you are a philanthropy professional who loves a challenge and is looking to become part of a transformational moment in a unique university’s history, Embry-Riddle is a great place to work and make your mark.”
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's newly renamed Office of Philanthropy and Alumni Engagement is close to completing its first phase of growth to capitalize on the university's long tradition of excellence and to help take it to the next level.
“We’ve had a great response to our expansion efforts, with attracting several exciting new hires over the past few months,” explains Marc Archambault, the office’s new Senior Vice President. “The Office of Philanthropy and Alumni Engagement is energized by this influx of new talent.”
To complete the buildout, the office is still currently seeking to fill a position in our Daytona Beach location, as well as a newly created position at its beautiful Prescott, Arizona, Campus.
“This is an exciting time to be at Embry-Riddle,” says Archambault. “If you are a philanthropy professional who loves a challenge and is looking to become part of a transformational moment in a unique university’s history, Embry-Riddle is a great place to work and make your mark.”
To apply or find out more about employment opportunities in Embry-Riddle's Office of Philanthropy and Alumni Engagement, visit Embry-Riddle's Human Resources site. All candidates must apply via the University’s career web site to be considered for any position.
For questions regarding positions please contact:
Senior Vice President
Philanthropy & Alumni Engagement
For technical questions about how to apply online or the great benefits of working at Embry-Riddle, please contact:
Manager of Employment and Recruiting Services
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