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Shriners Hospitals for Children (SHC) International Headquarters located in Tampa, Florida seeks an accomplished, distinguished executive to serve as its next Chief Development Officer (CDO). The CDO will be responsible for leading all philanthropy efforts for a world-class institution, serving as a resource to the Board and Senior Leadership as Shriners continues to enhance the philanthropic efforts and fulfill its organizational mission. The CDO will oversee an already high-performing development unit and will provide operational leadership across the Shriners’ Hospital System with a focus on broadening the base of fundraising and targeting new affiliations for SHC. The CDO will have the vision and drive to take SHC fundraising to the next level.
The National Philanthropy Officer for SBP will be responsible for building a national fundraising team, providing strategic oversight and managing all components related to individual giving. The primary focus of this new position will be expanding the portfolio of major donors. As the owner and leader of the Individual Giving program, the National Philanthropy Officer will work closely with the Chief Development Officer and the executive leadership team to identify areas of opportunity and implement plans to achieve short and long-term goals.
The Senior Director is responsible for creating, coordinating and executing major fundraising programs for the Memorial Hermann Foundation. S/he will provide leadership and direction while working collaboratively with Foundation and System staff, physicians and donors to advance philanthropic support for the Memorial Hermann Health System. The Senior Director, Major Gifts will manage a significant portfolio of highcapacity donors and donor prospects and will be responsible for planning, directing and soliciting both planned and major gifts to support Memorial Hermann’s funding priorities.
This is a key leadership and management position that provides direction to the major gifts fundraising staff and manages a limited portfolio of high capacity, high profile donors from all sources. The AVP coaches the major gifts staff in their efforts to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward major gifts; and an essential part of the position will be effectively communicating the mission of Memorial Hermann to all audiences. The AVP works collaboratively with other fundraising team members to support the strategic plan to increase support for Memorial Hermann in Southeast Texas.
The Senior Director will manage a significant portfolio of high-capacity donors and donor prospects and will be responsible for planning, directing and soliciting both planned and major gifts to support Memorial Hermann’s funding priorities. As the Foundation’s primary gift officer for planned giving, the Senior Director will have management responsibilities to create, coordinate and execute a deferred giving program recognized as thorough, accessible and donor centric.
The Capital Campaign Officer will be part of a team focused on frontline fundraising. The primary responsibilities will include identifying, cultivating, soliciting, stewarding and professionally managing a portfolio of well-qualified donors and donor prospects. As a member of a cohesive Development team, this position will work with the donor base to increase annual, major and planned giving support for Maine Public’s strategic and campaign initiatives. The Capital Campaign Officer will develop and implement meaningful plans aimed at maximizing philanthropic support.