Director of Philanthropy

John Muir Health Foundation
East Bay
Full Time
Posted
1 month ago

Donor Portfolio and Data Management:

  • Secure financial support of $100,000+ contributions by managing a portfolio of major, principal, and planned gift donors and prospects through the process of identification, qualification, engagement, solicitation, and stewardship.
     
  • Maintain timely, consistent contact and exceptional customer service with assigned portfolio to establish, sustain, and enhance positive long-term relationships and move them through all stages of the solicitation process. 
     
  • Track all interactions with donors and prospects in database and generate timely and thorough follow-up correspondence and call reports.
     
  • Achieve annual metrics for visits, proposals/solicitations, funded proposals, qualification, and total amount raised.  
     
  • Actively participate in Major Gift Officer meetings, collaborate with colleagues on best practices, share successes, challenges, and found solutions, and contribute to establishing and achieving team goals.
     
  • Responsibly track, manage, and report costs and expenses related to fundraising and stewardship activities. 
     
  • Other duties as assigned.

External Relations:

  • Attendance required at selected Foundation events to assist in the engagement and stewardship of major and principal donors and prospects.
     
  • Assist with planning and managing selected engagement events for major and principal gift prospects and donors, including onsite assistance as appropriate.
     
  • Other duties as assigned.

Foundation Leadership:

  • Commitment to help create, foster, and promote an inclusive, equitable work environment that reflects the diversity of our patients and community members.
     
  • Lead the process of identifying service line priorities, clinical partners and prospects for potential campaigns, proposals, and special giving.
     
  • Assist with the appropriate training, mentorship, and professional growth of Development Associates and/or Coordinators.
     
  • Support and play a critical role in the development and execution of the Foundation’s Strategic Plan. 
     
  • Lead and execute meaningful donor and prospect outreach by partnering with colleagues in Communications, Stewardship, Planned Giving, Corporate and Foundations Relations, and Foundation Operations as needed. 
     
  • Take an active leadership role with internal committees for the Grateful Patient Program and Patient Benefactor Program to ensure fundraising vision and priorities are accomplished.
     
  • Partner with the President and Vice President to manage the community outreach and advocacy of the Board to prospective donors and groups. 
     
  • Provide support and staffing to JMH leadership, staff, physicians and nurses at community events and receptions. 
     
  • Other duties as assigned.