Valley View Hospital
Senior Development Officer
Glenwood Springs, Colorado

Valley View Hospital is an independent, nonprofit health system based in Glenwood Springs, Colorado. From the largest network of primary care to comprehensive cancer care and the area’s only 24/7/365 emergency cardiovascular care. Valley View challenges what is possible for rural healthcare. Working closely with the Chief Community Relations Officer, the Senior Development Officer (SDO) will oversee and manage all aspects of a sustainable individual giving program. With an emphasis on major gifts, the SDO will be responsible for identifying, qualifying, cultivating, solicitating and stewarding donors.

Health First Foundation Northern Arizona
Chief Development Officer
Sedona/Flagstaff, Arizona

Health First Foundation Northern Arizona strives to provide others the opportunity to achieve their best possible health. With passionate staff, board members, partners, and donors, Health First Foundation promotes health, improved mental well-being, and vibrant communities. As a leading charity in the region, the Foundation has raised and invested $17 million to support nonprofit programs that promote disease prevention, educate people on healthy lifestyles, reduce chronic health conditions and severity, and provide better access to physical and mental health care. The Chief Development Officer (CDO) will be responsible for the oversight of the fundraising program. This will include designing and implementing strategies to increase philanthropic revenues and donor acquisition. The CDO will lead a small team focused on identifying, qualifying, and growing a pipeline of donors and corporate partners.

Rady Children’s Hospital
Director of Philanthropy
San Diego, California

Rady Children’s Hospital-San Diego (RCHSD) has been meeting the health needs of children and families in Southern California since 1954. Today, Rady Children’s is a nationally recognized non-profit, pediatric-care facility dedicated to excellence in care, education, research and advocacy. The Director of Philanthropy is responsible for identifying and developing relationships with a core group of prospective leadership donors with capacity for major gifts of $250K+ or as defined by management. The Director of Philanthropy will be responsible for implementing gift strategies and securing gifts in support of established fundraising priorities including institutes, endowments, programs, chairs, fellowships and capital needs.

Salary range $90,625 to $135,928

The Christ Hospital Health Network
Foundation President
Cincinnati, Ohio

For more than 130 years, the Christ Hospital (THC) has been dedicated to providing the best, most compassionate care for the Cincinnati community. By continually reimagining what healthcare can be, they have become more than just a hospital. Today, THC is an extensive network of 6,500 employees, 1,200 physicians and 600 volunteers, serving patients in more than 100 locations throughout Greater Cincinnati. The Christ Hospital Foundation takes great pride in carefully pairing the interests of donors with immediate and emerging needs. Gifts from donors support critical investments in patient assistance, innovative treatments, clinical research, healthcare facilities, education and more to ensure exceptional care and experiences. Reporting to and working closely with the President and CEO of The Christ Hospital Health Network (TCHHN) and serving on the Executive Team, the Foundation President is responsible for the design and implementation of comprehensive fundraising programs to support the mission and strategic goals of TCHHN. This position carries a personal portfolio of principal gift prospects ($1 million and greater) and is expected to secure several principal gifts each year. This position generates philanthropic support and manages the allocation of donated funds meant to improve patient care.

Wayne State University, College of Nursing
Director, Major Gifts
Detroit, Michigan

Wayne State University is a premier, public, urban research university located in the heart of Detroit. Founded in 1868, Wayne State today pursues scholarship at the highest levels and serves a diverse body of nearly 25,000 students through a broad array of approximately 350 academic programs. Throughout Detroit’s changing fortunes, Wayne State has remained a steadfast partner, playing a lead role in the city’s resurgence while maintaining the university’s historical commitment to opportunity and excellence. The College of Nursing is seeking a Director, Major Gifts who will provide leadership and direction for the college. This position will develop and manage fundraising strategies and initiatives for the college, with a priority focus on soliciting and securing individual major gifts of $25,000 and above. This position serves as a member of the Dean’s Executive Committee.

Wayne State University, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Director, Major Gifts
Detroit, Michigan

Wayne State University is a premier, public, urban research university located in the heart of Detroit. Founded in 1868, Wayne State today pursues scholarship at the highest levels and serves a diverse body of nearly 25,000 students through a broad array of approximately 350 academic programs. Throughout Detroit’s changing fortunes, Wayne State has remained a steadfast partner, playing a lead role in the city’s resurgence while maintaining the university’s historical commitment to opportunity and excellence. The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is seeking a Director, Major Gifts who will provide strategic direction and manage the major gift officers on the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences team. The Director will be responsible for managing a portfolio of major donors in all stages of the donor cycle. As a supervisor, the Director will be responsible for approving expenditures and ensuring the team operates effectively within the allocated expense budget.

Wayne State University, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Senior Major Gift Officer
Detroit, Michigan

Wayne State University is a premier, public, urban research university located in the heart of Detroit. Founded in 1868, Wayne State today pursues scholarship at the highest levels and serves a diverse body of nearly 25,000 students through a broad array of approximately 350 academic programs. Throughout Detroit’s changing fortunes, Wayne State has remained a steadfast partner, playing a lead role in the city’s resurgence while maintaining the university’s historical commitment to opportunity and excellence. The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is seeking a Senior Major Gifts Officer who will provide expertise and experience while participating in fundraising efforts, strategies, and initiatives for the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. These responsibilities will include cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding major gift donors to meet established fundraising goals.

Wayne State University, School of Medicine
Senior Major Gift Officer
Detroit, Michigan

Wayne State University is a premier, public, urban research university located in the heart of Detroit. Founded in 1868, Wayne State today pursues scholarship at the highest levels and serves a diverse body of nearly 25,000 students through a broad array of approximately 350 academic programs. Throughout Detroit’s changing fortunes, Wayne State has remained a steadfast partner, playing a lead role in the city’s resurgence while maintaining the university’s historical commitment to opportunity and excellence. The School of Medicine is seeking three Senior Major Gifts Officers who will provide expertise and experience while participating in fundraising efforts, strategies, and initiatives for the School of Medicine. These responsibilities will include cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding major gift donors to meet established fundraising goals.

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