Atlantic Health System

Foundation Director, Leadership Giving and Strategy

Job Location(s) US-NJ-Morristown
Position Type
Full-Time
Shift
Days
Category
Professional
Department
02875400-DEVELOPMENT OFFICE
Facility
Corporate Office - Morristown

Overview

Atlantic Health Systm is seeking a full-time Foundation Director, Leadership Giving and Strategy for the Development Office located at 475 South Street in Morristown NJ.

Responsibilities

Reports to: Chief Development Officer

 

Supervises:

  • Director of Gift Planning – Major Gifts portfolio only.  Planned Giving function reports to Chief Development Officer
  • Senior Development Officer
  • Major Gifts Officer
  • Major Gifts Officer
  • Foundation Associate

Responsibilities:

  • Direct the Major Gifts Program which is responsible for securing gifts and pledges from former patients and community residents of $10,000 and above.
  • Supervise a team of three Major Gift Officers and an Associate; focused on raising the annual dollar goal for the major gifts program and capital campaign(s).
  • In collaboration with the major gifts team, develop an annual program plan with strategies, goals, timetable, and performance benchmarks.
  • Prepare and manage the major gifts program operating budget, and analyze expenses against gift income to continually improve cost efficiency and return on investment.
  • Develop and implement a long-range plan for the major gifts program as part of the Foundation’s strategic planning process, and the mission of the Medical Center. Working with the CDO, evaluate current MG program to assess opportunity and potential.
  • Implement and formalize moves management process, with individual and shared metrics. Work with the team to ensure clarity on MG expectations, tracking, and accountability.
  • Manage the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of a portfolio of  principal gift prospects and donors ($500,000 and over).
  • Prepare and execute with the major gifts team a plan to engage physicians in the fundraising process.  This includes the enlistment, training, and recognition of physicians and measuring and reporting engagement activity.
  • With the assistance of the Director of Finance, maintain accurate and timely records and reports of the major gifts program’s progress and results.
  • Working with the Donor Research and Database team members and the major gifts team, supervise the prospect management system to provide a steady and growing stream of major gift prospects to the program.
  • Working with the gift accounting staff, ensure the prompt and accurate acknowledgement of major gifts.
  • Working with the donor relations team, ensure that all appropriate donor recognition is afforded major gift donors including annual stewardship reports, donor wall and honor roll listings, naming opportunities, and invitations to donor recognition events.
  • Working closely with the Chief Development Officer, collaborate on the development of campaign strategies, organizational structure, policies and procedures, plans and timetable.
  • Manage the day-to-day operations of capital campaigns.
  • Responsible for oversight of Principal Gifts Committee and/or Capital Campaign Committee and the cultivation, stewardship, and solicitation of leadership gifts.
  • Supervise the identification, enlistment, and training of volunteers who will support the engagement and solicitation of prospective donors.
  • Work with the donor relations team and the major gifts team to develop an engagement plan and activities designed to deepen relationships with prospects and donors.
  • Establish and maintain strong and productive working relationships with department chairs, physicians, administrators, trustees, and community volunteers to engage them in the major gifts fundraising process.
  • Supervise the process of selecting, documenting, approving and tracking the fundraising progress of the annual and multi-year Funding Priorities identified by the medical departments and clinical services.
  • Acquire a strong understanding and knowledge of those clinical services the Foundation is supporting.  Work with the Foundation’s communications staff to prepare case statements, proposals, and printed materials in support of fundraising efforts.
  • Supervise a prospect clearance process to determine that major gift prospects are appropriately assigned, and to avoid potential overlapping assignments between Major Gift Officers and between System Foundations.
  • Oversee fundraising for AHS initiatives and campaigns as they evolve. Work collaboratively with AHS foundations and other internal stakeholders to ensure mutual success.

Qualifications

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent.  Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE) credential desirable.
  • Minimum of ten years of demonstrated successful results in fund development, five to seven of which is in the field of major gifts fundraising.
  • Strong interpersonal skills, self-confidence and assertiveness, diplomacy, teamwork, good judgment, respect for confidentiality, commitment to collaboration.
  • Ability to represent the Foundation, Medical Center, and System to internal and external audiences through strong verbal and written skills.
  • Requires strong organizational and good computer skills.
  • Requires travel within the System’s service area, and occasional work on evenings and weekends.

About Us

Atlantic Health System aims to deliver the highest quality, safety and care combined the best experience for our patients and their families. We are confident that you will find success within Atlantic Health System, which has been named for the 13th year in a row to Fortune’s “Top 100 Best U.S. Companies to Work For” list. We believe you will find that our culture of collaboration and care exemplifies the value we place on our patients, their families and our employees.

EEO Statement

Atlantic Health System, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer and federal contractor or subcontractor and therefore abides by applicable laws to protect applicants and employees from discrimination in hiring, promotion, discharge, pay, fringe benefits, job training, classification, referral, and other aspects of employment, on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity and sexual orientation), national origin, citizenship status, disability, age, genetics, or veteran status.

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