Shriners Children's

Development Officer I

Job Locations US-UT-Salt Lake City
ID
2022-1494
Category
Donor Development
Position Type
Regular Full-Time

Company Overview

Shriners Children’s is a family that respects, supports, and values each other. We are engaged in providing excellence in patient care, embracing multi-disciplinary education, and research with global impact. We foster a learning environment that values evidenced based practice, experience, innovation, and critical thinking. Our compassion, integrity, accountability, and resilience defines us as leaders in pediatric specialty care for our children and their families.

Job Overview

Shriners Children's is the premier pediatric burn, orthopaedic, spinal cord injury, cleft lip and palate, and pediatric subspecialties medical center.  We have an opportunity for a Full Time Development Officer in our Donor Development department at our Salt Lake City location. 

Responsibilities

The Development Officer is resonsible to identify and cultivate prospective donors in the hospital’s community from whom to solicit gifts. Nurture donor relationships through regular contact, communication and recognition. For the purpose of fund raising, develops and maintains relationships with hospital-affiliated Shrine Centers and the local community. Acts as a resource to staff and general public regarding assigned areas of responsibility.

Qualifications

Education

Bachelor’s degree or equivalent of education and experience preferred

 

Certification/Licensure

Professional development accreditation preferred

 

Experience

A demonstrable track record of fund-raising or similar accomplishments is essential
A working knowledge of all planned giving vehicles and prior experience with Charitable Gift Annuities Programs is helpful
Healthcare fundraising and supervisory experience helpful

Donor database experience preferred

 

Other

Current full vaccination status required

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