The University of New Mexico Foundation, UNM’s incorporated fundraising organization, is actively recruiting for many exciting opportunities. If you know somebody who is mission-driven and passionate about making a difference for UNM’s students, faculty, and programs, please share our information with them. We support many facets of the UNM campus, including all programs under UNM- HSC, UNM Law, UNM Libraries, and much more!

The UNM Foundation is an equal opportunity employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class. We are committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce and are dedicated to the goal of building an inclusive and collaborative organization.


Associate Managing Director of Data Strategy and Quality

The Associate Managing Director of Data Strategy and Quality is dedicated to instituting and maintaining best practices for UNM Foundation data. Performs regular data maintenance activities and enacts an overall data quality strategy. Partners with IT and database reporting team to manage and enforce data quality initiatives in acquisition, validation, cleaning, and updating.

Associate Director of Development, UNM Anderson School of Management

The University of New Mexico Foundation seeks applications for the position of Associate Director of Development, UNM Anderson School of Management. Successful candidate will participate and/or provide leadership, as appropriate, in the planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of fund-raising projects and programs to meet established development goals, strategies, and objectives.

Director of Development, Student Affairs and Special Projects

The UNM Foundation seeks nominations and applications for the newly created position of Director of Development for Student Affairs and Special Projects. Student Affairs at the University of New Mexico encompasses numerous departments that enhance the student experience at the university: enhancing student experiences outside the classroom and providing critical academic and social support systems so that all students feel they belong and will succeed at UNM.

Director of Development, UNM Comprehensive Cancer Center

The UNM Foundation seeks nominations and applications for the newly created position of Director of Development for the UNM Comprehensive Cancer Center. The successful applicant’s main responsibilities will focus on identifying, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding of major donors and grateful patients, families, and friends.

Why the UNM Foundation

To understand the important work of the Foundation, it is essential to know why it matters that we support UNM. The University has been the intellectual, creative, and scientific hub of New Mexico throughout its history and continues to be a place of extraordinary activity and accomplishment. UNM is on the brink of a new era driven by the understanding that we can achieve so much more together as one university. All parts of the University feel this change, a dynamic partnership with passionate and visionary donors is essential to our success. Philanthropy can fuel UNM’s aspirations by making what was previously impossible, possible.

The UNM Foundation is an active, diverse, creative, and inclusive community.

• We offer the opportunity to work collaboratively with a group of highly motivated, mission-driven, and results-oriented development professionals and administrators.

• We offer a broad set of competitive benefits including healthcare options, ongoing professional development, educational opportunities, unlimited flexible paid leave, paid holidays, a wellness program, exceptional retirement contributions, and much more.

The role of great public, research-intensive universities has never been more critical. In addition to generating advanced research and educating future leaders through nationally ranked academic programs, UNM impacts lives and communities worldwide. The UNM Foundation staff is central to this equation, and we invite you to apply and be part of a movement changing lives for generations to come.

For more information, contact Gretchen Doyle at 505-313-7647 or via email at