AFPLI Career Opportunities


Organization: Northwell Health Foundation

Position:  AVP, Constituency Programs

Position Level:   Senior

Posting Date:    May 23, 2022

NORTHWELL HEALTH is New York State’s largest health care provider and private employer, with 22 hospitals and more than 830 outpatient facilities. Northwell Health has more than 16,600 credentialed physicians, about 18,900 nurses, and more than 5,000 volunteers. Northwell Health cares for over two million people annually in the New York metro area and beyond.

POSITION SUMMARY

Northwell Health Foundation seeks an experienced and highly motivated fundraising professional who will be responsible for guiding and managing development activities that will increase donor participation and engagement and support the long-term fundraising goals of the Foundation.

Reporting to the Senior Vice President, the AVP, Constituency Programs will direct the development, coordination, and administration of strategic donor focused programs in events, stewardship and donor recognition, employee giving and peer-to-peer fundraising, and provide strategic counsel to Foundation leadership and staff.

RESPONSIBILITIES


1. Plans and directs event fundraising, employee giving, sponsorships, peer-to-peer fundraising programs, and donor recognition and stewardship programs by creating and implementing strategies that align with and enable development and campaign goal attainment.
2. Develops, implements and integrates fundraising strategy teams and programs that drive a culture of philanthropy throughout the health system.
3. Leads a team in creating and implementing a comprehensive strategy in coordination with the Foundation’s donor relations team and major/principal gifts fundraising teams that includes plans to build and strengthen relationships within the health system, and for constituents, donors and patients.
4. Participates in strategic planning and annual goal setting.
5. Provides strategic direction in the development and enhancement of fundraising strategies that fully engage health system donors.
6. Creates and implements a quantitative and qualitative measurement system to evaluate the effectiveness and success of employee giving and peer-to-peer programs, utilizing the data to improve standards, promote a uniform message and further the success of the fundraising goals.
7. Collaborates with Chief Development Officer, senior leadership and others in the development of community to market donor-focused programs that strengthen philanthropic and volunteer engagement, involvement and support.
8. Coordinates and collaborates with VP of Donor Communications & Donor Engagement to ensure seamless event communication and marketing strategies.
9. Manages constituency program budget and resources.
10. Directs the implementation of Human Resources plans to achieve strategic goals and objectives including organizational development, recruiting, compensation, training and development and employee relations.
11. Provides staff coaching, mentoring, and professional development opportunities that increase capabilities and create an environment of engagement.
12. Perform related duties as required.

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master’s Degree in Public Relations or related field, required.
  • Minimum of eight (8) years progressively responsible experience in fundraising, marketing, stewardship, and annual giving including prior major gifts fundraising, required.
  • Demonstrated leadership and management skills and proven ability to lead a team of individuals towards a common goal.
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively and proactively in a complex organization.
  • Knowledge of and experience with Raiser’s Edge system, preferred.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

To be considered, candidates should submit a resume and cover letter including a statement of interest to search@theangelettigroup.com.

Please indicate the position to which you are applying in your cover letter and email subject line.

Nominations and confidential inquiries made to:
The Angeletti Group
365 South Street – Suite 100
Morristown, NJ 07960
(973) 540-1400
search@theangelettigroup.com

Salary commensurate with experience.

Northwell Health Foundation is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer

 

Organizational Website:

https://theangelettigroup.com/opportunities/current-executive-searches/


Organization: Northwell Health Foundation

Position:  Major Gifts Officer

Position Level:   Mid

Posting Date:    May 23, 2022

NORTHWELL HEALTH is New York State’s largest health care provider and private employer, with 22 hospitals and more than 830 outpatient facilities. Northwell Health has more than 16,600 credentialed physicians, about 18,900 nurses, and more than 5,000 volunteers. Northwell Health cares for over two million people annually in the New York metro area and beyond.

 

Northwell Health Foundation seeks an experienced, enthusiastic and articulate frontline fundraiser to build a grateful patient and major gifts philanthropy program for the Northwell Health Cancer Institute.

Reporting to the Senior Director for Cancer Development of Northwell Health Foundation, the Major Gift Officer (Cancer Care) will raise funds from individuals, families, corporations, and foundations for the Cancer Institute. The MGO will collaborate with physicians and senior management to advance prospect cultivation and solicitation strategies. This is an exciting opportunity to build and steward a robust prospect portfolio for a dynamic health foundation.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Establishes and executes Cancer Institute major gift and grateful patient fund raising in partnership with the Foundation Leadership to fulfill annual goals and objectives.
  2. Participates in the development of long and short-term strategic plans in conjunction with Foundation and the faculty, to provide vision and direction for all aspects of fund-raising including new prospect identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of grateful patients.
  3. Provides focused fundraising for approved priorities.
  4. Manages a discreet portfolio of donors and collaborates with colleagues to expand donor base. Identifies, cultivates, solicits, and stewards donors and prospects.
  5. Partners with facility senior management and physicians to identify new patient donors and implement a customized plan to meet fundraising objectives.
  6. Identifies and recruits donors to participate in our philanthropic efforts.
  7. Works to identify new patient prospects to develop grateful patients.
  8. Oversees annual budgets and maintain fiscal responsibility for initiatives in area of responsibility.
  9. Performs related duties, as required.

 

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s Degree required.
  • Minimum of five (5) years progressive related experience including securing gifts from $100K to $1M, preferably in healthcare.
  • Knowledge of and experience with Raiser’s Edge system, preferred.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

To be considered, candidates should submit a resume and cover letter including a statement of interest to search@theangelettigroup.com.

Please indicate the position to which you are applying in your cover letter and email subject line.

Nominations and confidential inquiries made to:

Nominations and confidential inquiries made to:


The Angeletti Group
365 South Street – Suite 100
Morristown, NJ 07960
(973) 540-1400
search@theangelettigroup.com

Salary commensurate with experience.

Northwell Health Foundation is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer

Salary commensurate with experience.

Northwell Health Foundation is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

Organizational Website: 

https://theangelettigroup.com/opportunities/current-executive-searches/




Organization: Northwell Health Foundation

Title of Position: Director, Prospect Development and Research

Position Level (Sr, Mid, Entry): Senior                        

Posting Date:    May 24, 2022

NORTHWELL HEALTH is New York State’s largest health care provider and private employer, with 22 hospitals and more than 830 outpatient facilities. Northwell Health has more than 16,600 credentialed physicians, about 18,900 nurses, and more than 5,000 volunteers. Northwell Health cares for over two million people annually in the New York metro area and beyond.

POSITION SUMMARY

Northwell Health Foundation seeks an experienced development professional who is responsible for mining data, developing analytical reports, and providing strategic direction in support of development activities.


Reporting to the Vice President, Operations of Northwell Health Foundation, the Director, Prospect Development and Research plans, organizes and evaluates the staff and activities for prospect identification, analysis and implementation of strategies to support Foundation goals and serves as the principal authority on prospect research and philanthropic trends. The Director manages and implements prospect management and tracking system and plans, organizes, coordinates and implements prospect research programs, policies and goals to ensure the Foundation has adequate prospect information to achieve its fundraising objectives.


RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Develops short and long-term strategic plans for prospect development and research that align with fundraising priorities. Plans, implements and manages strategies to identify, rate, assign and track prospects with the capacity to make gifts of $50,000 or more.
2. Monitors progress toward fundraising goals to anticipate future needs, designs and implements new tactics to guide fundraising priorities and needs. Oversees the research and analysis of prospects and the development of research profiles.
3. Develops policies to ensure data collection conforms to ethical principles, confidentiality requirements, HIPAA regulations and public information laws.
4. Manages the assignment of newly identified prospects and ensures Foundation major and principal gift activity is coordinated and prospects are moved successfully through the fundraising cycle.
5. Initiates and manages efforts to develop prospect pools and to provide strategic information on individuals, corporations and foundations to development officers and senior Foundation leadership.
6. Develops and implements proactive strategies for discovering new sources of funding for priority initiatives. Develops systems and processes to ensure these prospects are actively moved through the cultivation process. Meets regularly with Foundation development officers to assess core priorities.
7. Develops and implements policies and standards for donor/prospect research projects with the primary focus on major and principal gifts.
8. Serves as the Foundation resource for prospect clearance and management for cultivation and solicitation of major and principal gift prospects.
9. Prepares annual strategic business plan and budget for incorporation into the overall Foundation operating plan and budget.
10. Trains staff in research methodology and most efficient and economical means to utilize resources.
11. Provides consultation to development officers to assemble a comprehensive prospect base for approved campaigns and initiatives and ensure and adequate number of prospects to support health system fundraising priorities.
12. Participates at an appropriate level in professional associations such as APRA, AHP and/or CASE in order to increase knowledge and skills and stay abreast of industry trends and concerns.
13. Selects, develops, manages and evaluates direct reports; and oversees the selection, development, management and evaluation of indirect reports. 14. Perform related duties, as required.

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS

• Bachelor’s Degree, required. Master’s Degree, preferred.
• Minimum of seven (7) years progressively responsible experience in prospect management, research and analysis, required.
• Knowledge of broad philanthropic areas and market trends.
• Advanced prospect research skills and experience using complex and sophisticated electronic databases, i.e. LexisNexis, Dun and Bradstreet, as well as advanced Internet search techniques.
• Demonstrated knowledge of fundraising and public information laws and regulations, including HIPAA.
• Knowledge of and experience with Raiser’s Edge system, preferred.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

To be considered, candidates should submit a resume and cover letter including a statement of interest to search@theangelettigroup.com.

Please indicate the position to which you are applying in your cover letter and email subject line.

Nominations and confidential inquiries to:

The Angeletti Group
365 South Street – Suite 100
Morristown, NJ 07960
(973) 540-1400
search@theangelettigroup.com


Salary commensurate with experience.

Northwell Health Foundation is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

Organizational Website:
https://theangelettigroup.com/opportunities/current-executive-searches/





Title of Position:  Development Manager

Position Level:     Mid

Salary: Commensurate with Experience

Description of Organization:

Family & Children’s Association is a non-for-profit agency helping nearly 25,000 of our neighbors each year. To assist in achieving its mission, FCA is seeking a Development Manager to join its growing Development Department.

 

Primary Responsibilities

  • Manage Project Management workflow for the department and oversee day to day milestones for projects.
  • Review and identify potential individual and corporate partners and increase participation through our various programs.
  • Research Individuals and Corporations, both active and lapsed, for the purpose of donor follow up and renewal.
  • Solicit, secure, and handle all details associated with sponsors, attendees, and auction/raffle items, as assigned by the Special Projects and Events Manager.
  • Assist in identifying honorees, guests, and donor prospects.
  • Process donations, prepare acknowledgement letters and other correspondences, along with timely donor follow-up. Maintain donor files, including merging and purging duplicate entries. 
  • Create monthly fundraising reports and other database reports, as needed.
  • Manage and maintain database and all donor profiles to include email addresses, cell phone numbers, and complete mailing addresses.

Qualifications and Requirements include:

  • Bachelor's degree in related field required.
  • Experience with Blackbaud.
  • Minimum 3-5 years' experience in the not-for-profit sector.
  • Valid New York State driver's license with a safe and responsible driving history and a vehicle that is properly insured and registered in accordance with NYS DMV regulations.

Schedule:

  •  Full-time; minimum of 35 hours per week, hours may include some evenings and weekends.

Click here to apply for this position.

Family and Children's Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Veteran
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Title of Position: Director of Annual Giving & Events

Position Level: Mid 

Salary: Commensurate with Experience

Description of Organization: Sisters of St. Joseph, one of the largest women’s religious organizations, has served Long Island for more than 169 years responding to the needs of our times, especially in the areas of justice and the environment. 

Responsibilities:  The Director of Annual Giving & Events is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the Annual Giving Program and Advancement Events of the Sisters of St. Joseph and their sponsored ministries.  This position reports to the Director of Mission Advancement.  This is a full time, Long Island based position with flexibility to work remotely.

 Essential Duties and Responsibilities - includes, but not limited to the following:

  • In collaboration with the Director of Mission Advancement, he/she is responsible for meeting or exceeding the annual fund and events-related fundraising goals.
  • Responsible for the management and implementation of the Annual Giving program (direct mail, in-kind donations, workplace giving, and online giving).
  • Participates in each step of the donor pipeline including: identification, qualification, cultivation, stewardship and recognition.
  • Works with the Director of Mission Advancement to establish long term goals and objectives, to strategize annual campaigns, and all other fundraising efforts.
  • Cultivates and steward’s gifts from individuals by maintaining frequent contact with current major donors and developing new relationships with prospects.
  • Oversees special stewardship projects including: follow up letters after events, holiday card mailings, invitations to special events, personal calls to donors, etc.
  • In close partnership with colleagues across the organization, provide creative and strategy support for Sisters of St. Joseph Giving Day.
  • Conceives, develops and launches a Loyalty Society designed to acquire, retain and upgrade donors of $1,000 or more.
  • Determines a schedule of electronic solicitations, including emails and videos, and works with the marketing and communications staff to produce and distribute.
  • Solicits annual giving prospects through a variety of modalities including digital and direct mail and in-person to optimize donor acquisition, retention and increase dollars for annual fund-raising activities.
  • Creates segmented appeal structures to meet annual goals for acquisition, retention, and upgrades.
  • Works with the Director of Mission Advancement to create, design, write, and edit annual fund marketing and stewardship materials.
  • Solicits sponsorships, underwriters and ads for special events.
  • Prepares event meeting materials such as agendas, timelines, minutes, memos and correspondences.
  • Along with the AG and Events Coordinator, the Director is responsible for daily donation data entry and database management. Enter donations into the database, keep and maintain records of all funds raised for special events, direct mail and all other fundraising appeals.
  • Maintains the integrity of all data flowing into and out of the database.
  • Runs gifts activity reports from the database.
  • Responds to donor inquiries.
  • Oversees the processing of donations in the Raiser's Edge database and processes acknowledgement letters.
  • Manages all monthly donors for the congregation.
  • Performs other related development and communications functions as needed.
  • Assists the Director of Mission Advancement in the overall yearly development planning.
  • Maintains confidentiality of financial, contract and donor information.
  • Prepares and oversees the preparation and execution of fundraising/stewardship events. (golf outing, spring luncheon, Homecoming, etc.)
  • Develops and executes individual strategies for engaging, cultivating, soliciting, upgrading, stewarding, recognizing, and retaining individual and major gift donors.
  • In partnership with the Director of Grants and Foundation, submits and secures corporate sponsorships as related to special events.
  • Interfaces and works with the Finance Office to ensure reconciliation of gifts/donations, gift counting, and gift processing in order to maintain reporting accuracy.
  • Supervises the Annual Giving and Events Coordinator.
  • Other duties consistent with this role.

 

Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in fundraising, business, communications, non-profit management, marketing, social sciences, or a related field.
  • Five to ten years of related professional experience.
  • Highly proficient computer skills.
  • Prior experience in Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge, Mobile Cause, GiveSmart and Net Community.
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with a broad range of internal and external constituents including staff, students, alumnae, parents, donors, volunteers, and friends of the Congregation.
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively through the development and composition of professional correspondence and formal presentations.
  • Strong interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to effectively multi-task and produce accurate professional work products under demanding timelines.
  • Ability to establish cooperative, effective working relationships.
  • Outstanding planning and organizational skills.

Application Instructions:

We offer a competitive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, pension plan, generous paid time off along with a positive, inspiring work environment.  Becoming a member of the Sisters of St. Joseph team offers a rewarding future. 

To learn more about this opportunity, please  apply with resume and cover letter to  resume@csjbrentwood.org

Website: https://brentwoodcsj.org/



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Organization: EEDA (East End Disability Associates), an affiliate of the IGHL Network.
Position Title: Director of Development - EEDA
Listing Date: May 10, 2022
Salary: Commensurate with Experience
 
EEDA is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides supports and services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. EEDA, a grassroots agency, was organized in 1992 by a small group of parents who were active advocates for their children and believed that everyone has the right to fully participate in quality education, medical, habilitation, and recreational services. To that end, EEDA secured funding to create programs of excellence that promote life enhancement for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities of all ages. Today, EEDA provides services to over 750 individuals and continues to be managed by the same group of parents who started the organization.

E-         Essential Functions: We are searching for an experienced fundraising director with excellent leadership skills and networking abilities. The fundraising director will be responsible for building good relationships with prospective donors across multiple sectors, communicating with the broader public and internal teams, delegating tasks, and drawing up plans to ensure annual targets are met. You should be well organized, proactive, and have the ability to inspire those around you.

 

Foundation:

E-1       Responsible to initiate, plan, coordinate, and implement a fundraising program including but not limited to direct mail campaigns, special events and individual giving.

 

E-2       Serve as the direct liaison with employees and the community for fundraising/donations. 

 

E-3       Work in conjunction with Chief Development Officer and Executive staff to develop strategies to cultivate and solicit donors for annual giving as well as identify potential individual, corporate, and foundation prospects.

 

E-4       Research and cultivate new funding sources for current and proposed programs.

 

E-5       Recruit, manage and train all volunteers and special event committees while providing support to fundraising committees in prospect identification and cultivation, training, solicitation, and stewardship.

 

E-6       Coordinate grant writing, develop the appropriate proposals and formal solicitations.

 

E-7       Work with the Donor Relations Database Coordinator to maintain and update donor records as well as inputting notes on relationships and interests of donors and prospects.

 

E-8       Carry an individual giving major gift portfolio that consists of 10 prospects and manage stewardship/donor relations.

 

E-9       Oversee the e-communication as it pertains to fundraising.

Community Relations:

E-10     Promote EEDA’s programs and image through personal contact with business, industry, and community leaders to make them more aware of the agency’s services and needs.

 

E-11     Coordinate community education activities including speaking engagements, public tours of facilities, and representation at meetings, events of civic, and social organizations.  Works directly with members of the public and community groups on projects that enhance the image of EEDA while advancing its objectives.

 

E-12     Participate in community activities, network groups and related professional organizations in order to be aware of ongoing changes within the social services professions.

 

E-13     Support the Chief Development Officer and Executive Staff as needed.

 

E-14     Keep the Chief Development Officer and Executive Staff informed of all pertinent information.

 

E-15     All other duties as assigned.

 

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Five years’ experience in Not-For-Profit industry preferred
  • Strong interpersonal, written and oral communication skills
  • Strong planning and organizational skills
  • Ability to handle all responsibilities with the highest level of confidentiality
  • Thorough knowledge of principles of effective communications and publicity, advertising, policies, educations, community relations, and social service
  • Demonstrated knowledge and expertise of fundraising software, social media platforms and digital marking channels
  • Valid NYS driver’s license
  • Able to lift 50 pounds

Application instructions:
To apply, please email julieb@eed-a.org or call 631-369-7345 ext. 145
Organizational Website: www.eed-a.org
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Organization: Family & Children's Association

Position Title: Part-Time Development Associate

Listing Date:  April 15, 2022

Family & Children’s Association is a not-for-profit agency helping nearly 25,000 of our neighbors each year. To assist in achieving its mission, FCA is seeking a Development Associate to join its growing Development Department.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Maintain all donor files, including merging and purging duplicate entries.
  • Review and identify potential individual, corporate, and foundation partners and increase participation through our various programs.
  • Maintain and update database records to include all pertinent donor information.
  • Assist in all fundraising events, preparing guest lists, registration materials and other duties assigned.
  • Solicit, secure, and handle all details associated with auction items and auction logistics as assigned by the Events and Special Projects Manager.
  • Create monthly fundraising reports and other database reports as needed for donor outreach and Board Committee meetings.
  • Perform other Development function duties as determined by the CDO.

Qualifications and Requirements include:

  • BA Degree or advanced experience.
  • Minimum 3 years' experience in the not-for-profit sector.
  • Valid NYS driver’s license and car required.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in all Microsoft products.

Schedule:

  • Part-time; 20 hours per week, hours may include some evenings and weekends.

Click to apply for this position. 

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Organization:  Southampton Hospital Foundation

Position Title:  Entry

Position Level:  Associate, Development

Listing Date:    April 8, 2022

Salary or Range: $40,000 - $50,000            

Description of Position:

The Associate, Development is critical to the Development Department’s success in meeting Stony
Brook Southampton Hospital Foundation’s major gift and campaign goals. The Associate will be
responsible for prospect research, proposal writing and fundraising operations.

Responsibilities:

• Assist with managing funder relationships, coordinate reporting, and support special project
initiatives in partnership with Major Gift Officers
• Responsible for researching and drafting funding proposals and reports that support
fundraising goals and meet guidelines and criteria in coordination with Major Gift Officers
• Leverage an array of tools to conduct research and create profiles on prospective individual
donors
• Effectively use Raiser’s Edge to identify opportunities to cultivate and upgrade current funders
• Draft, edit, and/or proofread a broad range of materials for current and prospective donors
• Coordinate tracking of deadlines and deliverables for Major Gifts Officers and their funding
relationships
• Maintain internal calendars, dashboards, and communications channels to ensure timely and
accurate deliverables
• In collaboration with the Junior Database Manager and Manager, Donor Relations, coordinate
the effective use of Raiser’s Edge to oversee donor acknowledgements and to track pertinent
donor and prospect information, including data entry and analytic reporting
• Maintain departmental files, documents, and procedures

Qualifications:

• Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent
• 2 years of experience
• Experience with or interest in learning tools such as Raiser’s Edge and Excel
• Stellar written communication skills, including experience writing with an emphasis on
outcome measurement and data analysis
• Exceptional research skills and experience with/ability to leverage a wide array of research
tools and platforms
• Ability to manage multiple projects with competing deadlines and successfully meet
deadlines, project management experience preferred
• Self-motivated, detail-oriented, and organized

Additional Information: 

* Please note the employment at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital is with Southampton PEO, a NYS
licensed professional employer organization.


Application instructions:

Please use this link to apply: https://grnh.se/54a6e29e3us

Organizational Website:

https://southampton.stonybrookmedicine.edu/giving/foundation-board-of-trustees

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Organization:  Southampton Hospital Foundation

Position Title:  Mid

Position Level:  Manager, Marketing & Communications

Listing Date:    April 15, 2022

Position Summary

The Manager, Marketing & Communications is a key member of the development team with responsibility for advancing funder relationships through curated communication and stewardship plans, adaptable content development, digital media, press release writing, and donor storytelling. Reporting to the Director of Development, the Manager will be a strong writer, content creator and relationship builder with the ability to devise and implement a wide array of messaging strategies for cultivation and stewardship of individual donors supporting the mission of Stony Brook Southampton Hospital Foundation.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Develop compelling content, messages, and calls to action to secure new, renewed, or increased funding from individuals through online giving, direct mail campaigns, special events and proposals
  • Build and maintain positive relationships with individual donors and community stakeholders through newsletters, mass communication, and audience segmentation
  • Develop and manage consistent messaging to donors and prospects that aligns with solicitation and donor-specific stewardship communications
  • Ensure accurate, appropriate, and timely reporting and stewardship following philanthropic contributions
  • In coordination with Major Gifts Officers and Director of Development, plan and execute compelling messages and outreach strategies for engagement, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of individual donors to establish a pipeline of annual fund and major gift donors
  • Collaborate with the Director of Development and Chief Development Officer to establish benchmarks and regular reporting processes to measure results of all donor communications and stewardship activities
  • Collaborate with Manager, Special Events in planning and executing donor cultivation events

Qualifications

  • Bachelor's Degree with 4-6 years of donor relations, stewardship and/or communications experience
  • Demonstrated track record of developing and executing successful stewardship strategies leading to effective cultivation and solicitation of donors
  • Exceptional written communication skills with the ability to develop compelling and impactful narratives for funders
  • Ability to identify, craft and leverage organizational stories in the digital space in a way that educates, cultivates, and motivates audiences to respond with action
  • Well versed in direct mail and e-mail solicitation best practices and implementation
  • Adept at digital and social media platforms, messaging strategies and content creation
  • Attention to detail and excellent organizational skills
  • Ability to handle multiple projects, set priorities, and meet deadlines

Please note the employment at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital is with Southampton PEO, a NYS licensed professional employer organization.

Click here to apply for this position.

Organizational Website:

https://southampton.stonybrookmedicine.edu/giving/foundation-board-of-trustees

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Organization:  Southampton Hospital Foundation

Position Title:  Mid

Position Level:  Manager, Special Events

Listing Date:    April 8, 2022

Salary or Range: $65,000 - $75,000            

Brief Description of Position:

Under the direct supervision of the Director of Development, the Manager, Special Events will be responsible for event management for Stony Brook Southampton Hospital Foundation’s annual events, which includes all logistics, budgeting, and project management, as well as facilitating volunteer planning committees, in-kind donation solicitations, vendor relations and working with development team members on special donor events and stewardship.

Responsibilities:

  • Manage new and existing annual events such as the Hampton Classic Horse Show and Annual Summer Party
  • Work with Major Gift Officers and Director of Development to coordinate special donor cultivation and stewardship events
  • Responsible for event logistic coordination, budgeting, results analysis, and vendor contract negotiations
  • Organize and lead collaboration with the Marketing Team on event concept, graphic design/production/printing, and event marketing.
  • Collaborate with the Donor Relations Manager to write and/or edit correspondence, solicitations, and acknowledgment letters for event donors
  • Keep track of event finances including check requests, invoicing, and reporting
  • Organize and manage the invitation, registration, and attendee check-in processes.
  • Manage the follow-up with vendors, sponsors and staff members following each event.
  • Work with venues to create/revise room layouts/seating arrangements for each event as necessary
  • Provide day of event coverage; manage on-site set up, production and clean up for all events
  • Work collaboratively with Director of Development and Major Gift Officers to ensure appropriate leveraging of event volunteers, attendees, and donor relationships
  • Organize and facilitate event committees by working closely with the Event Chair, coordinating event committee meetings, developing agendas, monitoring action items, and engaging committee members
  • Recruit and manage all event volunteers
  • Act as a liaison to community groups and vendors
  • Prepare and modify event contracts as requested

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • At least five years of experience coordinating events for a non-profit with a proven track record of success
  • Proficient use of MS Office including Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Experience with CRMs; Raiser's Edge a plus
  • Excellent verbal/written communication skills
  • Exceptional attention to detail
  • Ability to work independently, under deadlines and multi-task
  • Sophistication and gravitas necessary for high-level relationship building and management
  • Flexibility to attend events and work weekend and evening hours required

Any additional Information 

* Please note the employment at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital is with Southampton PEO, a NYS licensed professional employer organization.

Application instructions:

Please use this link to apply: https://grnh.se/d891a73a3us

Organizational Website:

https://southampton.stonybrookmedicine.edu/giving/foundation-board-of-trustees

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Organization:
  Southampton Hospital Foundation

Position Title:  Senior

Position Level:  Major Gifts Officer

Listing Date:    April 8, 2022

Salary or Range:  $110,000 - $150,000 (depending on location) 

Brief Description of Position:

The Major Gift Officer is a self-directed and goal-driven fundraising professional who will serve as a core member of the Development Department. Reporting to the Director of Development, the MGO is tasked with expanding Stony Brook Southampton Hospital Foundation’s major donor base of six- and seven-figure gifts from individual and private foundations, grateful patients, and capital campaign supporters. The ideal candidate will have significant experience as a front-line fundraiser, demonstrated success with major gift program creation and major gift solicitations, and strong communication skills.


Responsibilities:

  • Secure major gifts at the $100K+ level from individuals and private foundations, contributing to the department’s overall goal of $10M annually
  • Leverage systems and software to track and cultivate donors and prospects, including Raiser’s Edge database and wealth screening tools
  • Manage existing portfolio of 150 donors and prospects
  • Work with the development department – especially the Director of Development and Chief Development Officer – to align efforts and set goals
  • Partner with physicians and other experts to identify funding opportunities, align strategic initiatives, identify, cultivate, and steward donor relationships
  • Create and implement moves management plans
  • Make direct, face-to-face solicitations, and assist the board and other staff with their solicitation (e.g. provide portfolio development support, strategic counsel, and help with donor communications)
  • In coordination with Manager, Donor Relations, acknowledge major donors through public and private recognition efforts in a timely and appropriate manner
  • Track and report progress using specific metrics

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • 5-7 years of experience in a frontline fundraising role
  • CFRE Certification preferred
  • A proven ability to develop and execute winning fundraising strategies and techniques, particularly in major gifts or capital campaigns
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Sophistication and gravitas necessary for high-level relationship building and management
  • Curiosity, initiative and adaptability to thrive and contribute to a growing team
  • Willingness and ability to travel to meet donors
  • Knowledge of CRM software required; Raiser’s Edge preferred

Any additional Information 

* Please note the employment at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital is with Southampton PEO, a NYS licensed professional employer organization.

Application instructions:

Please use this link to apply: https://grnh.se/28db6bc43us

Organizational Website:

https://southampton.stonybrookmedicine.edu/giving/foundation-board-of-trustees
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Organization:   Northwell Health Foundation

Position Title:  Special Gifts Officer

Listing Date:    April 7, 2022

Salary or Range:  Commensurate with Experience 

Description of Organization:

The Northwell Health Foundation is committed to and supported by the communities we serve through the cultivation and stewardship of our donors through fundraising programs.

Responsibilities:

Identifies and solicits prospective donors from an active portfolio of constituents. Responsibilities includes fundraising and stewardship events and managing outpatient/inpatient lists. Cultivates a “culture of philanthropy” within the community and faculty.

• Participates in the development of long and short-term strategic plans to build donor pipeline.
• Identifies, qualifies, cultivates, solicits and stewards active pipeline of donors and prospects with gift capabilities.
• Collaborates with internal stakeholders; identifies and transitions donors with high potential.
• Collaborates with the leadership and internal stakeholders to identify and implement strategies for potential donors from fundraising events, cold prospect lists, physician contacts and inpatient/outpatient lists.
• Partners with management; develops relationships with faculty to create a grateful patient contact list.
• Participates in committees responsible for key fundraising events; utilizes committee structure to increase pipeline and build donor base.
• Operates under limited guidance and work assignments involve moderately complex to complex issues where the analysis of situations or data requires in-depth evaluation of variable factors.
• Performs related duties as required. All responsibilities noted here are considered essential functions of the job under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Duties not mentioned here, but considered related are not essential functions.

Qualifications:

• Bachelor’s Degree required, or equivalent combination of education and related experience.
• 3-5 years of relevant experience, required.

Application instructions:
Link to Northwell Health jobs site posting

https://jobs.northwell.edu/job-3/15319850/special-gifts-officer- huntington-ny/

Organizational Websites:

https://give.northwell.edu/

https://www.northwell.edu/

http://give.northwell.edu/careers

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Organization:   Catholic Health Services of Long Island

Position Title:  Development Associate

Listing Date:    April 1, 2022

Salary or Range:  Commensurate with Experience 

Description of Organization:

Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center is a 537-bed (including 100 nursing home beds) teaching hospital and a member of Catholic Health Services of Long Island. With almost 900 physicians on staff, and a level II Trauma Center, we care for well over 100,000 patients annually across the south shore of Long Island. Our reputation for excellence is built on great choices and empowered leadership, and fosters a team that's focused on evidence based practice, continual learning and exceptional quality of care.

Responsibilities:

Assists the Executive Director of the Foundation. Responsible for administrative activities, such as preparing correspondence and spreadsheets, ordering supplies, financial duties, supporting events, answering telephones and other duties as assigned.

Position Description

  • Serves as the first point person to receive and direct inquiries about making a gift to Good Samaritan Hospital.  Identifies specific hospital programs and medical or research needs that could be addressed through gifts. 
  • Interprets and classifies donor gifts for proper recording in accordance with the requirements of the IRS and the donor.  Queries, analyzes and qualifies data to reconcile revenue with Finance on a daily and monthly basis. Maintains consistency, integrity and accuracy of the Raiser’s Edge (RE) database.  Receipts and acknowledges all donations on a timely basis.
  • Prepares all fundraising reports and maintains pledge reminder and billing system as appropriate.
  • Manages the annual fund which consists of a targeted quarterly direct mail program with complementing email and social media appeals.
  • Manages the online giving program and prepares updates to online giving pages as needed.
  • Provides key support services for the Development Department’s special events and oversees special gifts recognition programs and community fundraising projects.
  • Manages the engraved brick recognition campaign.
  • Oversees the employee giving campaign.
  • Attends all CH Development team meetings. Participates on committees as requested.
  • Attends continuing education classes, conferences and seminars to enhance professional growth.  As needed.

Qualifications:

Position Requirements

  • Baccalaureate Degree preferred.
  • Proficiency in Raiser's Edge, Microsoft Office, and experience in working with databases required.
  • Fundraising in a professional setting or related experience required.
  • Must be able to handle several priorities simultaneously, excellent organizational skills and attention to detail essential. Must have excellent customer service skills. Strong writing and communication skills.

Application instructions: https://jobs.chsli.org/job/west-islip/development-associate/247/20420140336

Organizational website:  https://jobs.chsli.org/