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We currently have an opening for a Development Director for Cardiovascular Services in our Fund Development department. This is a professional fund-raising position with responsibilities for the organization, implementation and direction of a comprehensive development program for raising private gifts for The Center for Advanced Heart Care and related cardiovascular services and programs.
- Works in collaboration with a team of individuals, including hospital and cancer center leadership, physicians, and university fund-raising staff to support cancer patient care priorities.
- Actively participates in the discovery, cultivation, qualification, solicitation, and stewardship of major gift prospects/donors, which include grateful patients, corporations, foundations, and service organizations
- Helps lead and support advisory boards and community volunteers engaged in cultivating donor support.
- Researches, prepares and presents proposals to major gift donors and foundations.
- Develops and implements both annual and long-range goals, objectives, and strategies to meet the charitable support needs of The University of Kansas Hospital.
- Assists the Vice President of Development with the implementation of the department’s development plan.
Requires a Bachelor’s degree and 5 plus years of progressive and successful major gift fund-raising experience; preference given to those with hospital or academic medical center background. Excellent written, oral and inter-personal communication skills. An ability to work independently and as part of a team are essential. Strong organizational skills required. Ability to independently initiate, organize and follow through with program plans and coordinate a wide variety of fund- raising activities. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with people within and outside the hospital. Ability to exercise good judgment with minimum supervision.
The University of Kansas Hospital - 23 months ago
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