Development Coordinator, Foundation Relations
Children's Hospital Boston - Boston, MA

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Summary:
As a member of the Foundation Relations team, the Development Coordinator is responsible for supporting the overall operations of the team. S/he streamlines the foundation officers’ interactions with key functions at the Trust including finance, research, stewardship and public relations. S/he focuses on building a pipeline of new foundation prospects locally, nationally and internationally, and documents their interests and capacity for strategic approaches by the Foundation Relations frontline fundraisers. In coordination with Foundation gift officers, s/he distributes foundation RFPs to chiefs/faculty/staff. S/he coordinates outreach to cultivate support and works on special projects as needed.

Requirements:
Work requires the knowledge of theories, principles, and concepts typically acquired through completion of a Bachelor's degree and 3-5 years experience in a development office. Work requires the positioning, writing, and analytical skills to present complex scientific, clinical, research and medical issues that require philanthropic support for the many and various departments/divisions in Children’s Hospital Boston.Strong presentation and communications skills.Work requires consistent attention to detail, high level of productivity, solution oriented performer who can be responsive to both staff and donor issues.Work requires strong technical skills in generic software programs (Excel, Microsoft) and information systems and the ability to develop proficiency in specific data base management systems.
Ideal candidate will have excellent writing and analytical skills; attention to detail essential.

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