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University Hospitals (UH) is a community-based healthcare system which serves patients at more than 150 locations throughoutNorthern Ohio, including seven wholly owned and four affiliated hospitals.
Committed to advanced care and advanced caring, UH encompasses the regions largest network of primary care physicians, outpatient centers and hospitals. The network also offers specialty care physicians to treat almost every disease and condition, skilled nursing, elder health, rehabilitation and home care services, and occupational health and wellness. University Hospitals is the second largest private sector employer in Northeast Ohio and is within the top five largest private sector employers in the state ofOhio.
The Senior Development Officer is responsible for the engagement, cultivation and solicitation of potential donors to support the mission of University Hospitals. The major focus of their fundraising efforts is securing gifts from individuals, corporations and foundations at the major gift ($100,000+) level. Responsibilities include:
Develop and execute major gift fundraising strategies in alignment with the priorities of University Hospitals to maximize philanthropic results
Identify, engage, cultivate and solicit prospective donors to University Hospitals
Appropriately steward assigned donors in alignment with IR&D stewardship policies & protocols
Meet or exceed annual visitation, solicitation and attainment goals as defined in collaboration with IR&D and University Hospitals
Engage Administrative Leadership, Physician Staff and Volunteer Leaders (Board) in support of the mission and vision of University Hospitals
Actively participate in UH IR&D development activities
Lead special projects as assigned and approved by IR&D and University Hospitals
Serve as a mentor and provide strategic guidance to Development Officers and other team members as appropriate
Five to eight years of demonstrated consistent closing of six and seven figure gifts or significant (10+ years) related experience managing relationships that produce measurable results (i.e. sales experience). Must have prolific results in meeting/exceeding established goals.
Ability and energy to build new fund raising programs. Strong team/partnership skills required. Ability to manage a portfolio of high level prospects with a high degree of results. Proficient in Microsoft Office.
Bachelors degree required. Advanced Degree preferred.
University Hospitals is proud to be an equal opportunity employer