As Dean Phil Weiser develops Colorado Law and meets the opportunities and challenges ahead for legal education, he is building his team with a number of positions open. If you are interested, or know great candidates who are, they can reach out to Phil directly ([email protected]) and read more below:
An Academic Entrepreneur to Build New Programs — Director of Special Projects
The position of Director of Strategy and Special Projects is established to oversee and execute a variety of projects designed to support the Dean of Law’s broader strategic goals for the continued growth and transformation of legal education and its delivery through new opportunities. Representative projects includedevelopment of a road-map of the Dean’s strategic initiatives, identification of new market opportunities, and projects related to innovative business ideas.
A Communicator Who Can Tell The Colorado Law Story– Director of Communications and Public Relations:
The Director of Communications and Public Relations is responsible for improving and expanding written and electronic communication within the Law School and for developing/ maintaining a public-relations program for the Law School. The Director will further serve to develop and implement an aggressive strategy to use traditional and innovative media work with the External Affairs team inorder to communicate the Law School’s research, teaching, and service excellence to external audiences. The Director is a full-time professional exempt employee reporting to the Dean.
A Techie Who Can Leverage Technology for Colorado Law, including redoing the website, developing distance learning, and overseeing all IT (Director of Information Technology:
(Posting to appear soon on the Jobs at CU webpage: https://www.jobsatcu.com/ )
The Colorado Law Director of Information Technology oversees all technology-related responsibilities and efforts for the University of Colorado Law School.
And two posts that can help bring donors to the table to support all of the exciting things happening at Colorado Law
Senior Director of Development
Designs, directs and implements development activities for the Law School within the institution; works directly with dean of the Law School; responsible for planning, implementing, and coordinating all fundraising activities for designated program; manages several (3 or more) development professionals. Usually minimum of 8 – 10 years fundraising experience required. (Significant gifts of at least $100K plus manages development officers)
Assistant Director of Development
Entry level professional, with minimum of 1 – 3 years fundraising, sales, or public relations experience. Focuses on development of relationships with CU alumni and other donors in the $25K – $75K category. Typically handles mid-level, moderately complex gift prospects, with the intent of cultivating sustainable and increasing donor relationship.