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Title: Donor Development Officer I
Department: Donor Development
Location: Portland, OR
Hours: Full-Time Exempt
Shriners Hospitals for Children – Portland is seeking a full-time Donor Development Officer I to join our team! We are presently recruiting for an entry-level fundraising professional located in Portland, Oregon. This is a dynamic and meaningful position for an entry-level development professional interested in purposeful fundraising.
Stewardship of current donors and grateful patient (GP) alumni is a crucial piece of the success of the fundraising efforts at Shriners Hospitals for Children. This position responsible for the creation, implementation, oversight and management of the special programs and events related to donor and GP alumni relations/stewardship. This position also identifies and cultivates entry-level prospective donors in the hospital’s community from whom to solicit gifts. Nurtures donor relationships through regular contact, communication and recognition. For the purpose of, fund raising, develops and maintains relationships with hospital-affiliated Shrine Temples and the local community. Acts as a resource to staff and general public regarding assigned areas of responsibility. Position exercises professional and ethical judgment in the performance of duties. Responsible for fulfilling the objectives and goals identified by Director of Development and Hospital Administrator as consistent with those articulated by Shriners Hospitals for Children’s Joint Boards and the Chief Development Officer.
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