JOB SUMMARY This Philanthropy Advisor is responsible for philanthropic giving at OhioHealth Hospice and for creating and implementing a fundraising plan that achieves local goals and priorities while remaining consistent with and supporting the system-wide foundation strategy. This position offers the fundraiser incredibly meaningful work, serving some of our most vulnerable patients and their families. Our ideal candidate will have not only fundraising experience, but also planned giving experience. We offer some of the most competitive salaries in Central Ohio along with bonus opportunities.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor's Degree 5+ years Fundraising experience
5+ years Planned Giving experience
Working knowledge of Raisers Edge. Experience with a large complex healthcare organization or higher education. Previous experience with capital campaigns, major gift, planned giving and management in healthcare philanthropy.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES
50% Fundraising– Manages a portfolio of major gift prospects for the respective area. Implements effective process to move prospects through cycle of philanthropy. Coordinates and collaborates with system-wide philanthropy team to assist in implementation of fundraising programs, including annual fundraising; Corporate and foundation fundraising; Grateful patient programs; Planned giving; and events. Manages capital campaigns and/or collaborates on related system wide Foundation campaigns.
20% Development Board Relations – Serves as a Foundation liaison with the assigned development board; provides a link between care site or service line plans and initiatives with overall system fundraising strategy. Identifies potential board members and engages current board.
10% Care site Strategy – Serves on executive team related to area of service. Develops a fundraising strategy and plan for assigned area that supports the Foundation's overall fundraising strategy and objectives. Provides input and support to system-wide fundraising strategy and planning.
10% External Relationship Management – Develops relationships with the philanthropic and business communities associated with the area of service. Manages and cultivates relationships to achieve the full fundraising potential of the community. Supports the Foundation and system leadership in relationship building. Participates in community events to represent the organization and to build relationships.
10% Leadership – Coordinates and collaborates with Foundation and other system-wide teams e.g., marketing, finance to develop and implement fundraising programs and practices. Recruits, trains, and manages volunteer teams. Leads others to solve complex problems. Works independently, with guidance in only the most complex situations. May lead functional team or projects.