Foundation Development Officer
Intermountain Healthcare - Saint George, UT

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The purpose of this position is to obtain financial contributions from individuals, foundations, corporations, and other organizations for foundations that exist within Intermountain Healthcare’s network of hospitals. Development Officer roles may have a focus on Corporate and Annual Giving or Major and Planned Giving or a combination of both.

Incumbent acts as a strategic partner with the Foundation Leadership, setting goals related to yearly revenue, expenses, and program / portfolio development. Development Officer is responsible to manage significant programs or donor portfolios with very little daily oversight from the Director and is held accountable to meet financial and recruitment goals. Incumbent has significant experience in the design and implementation of programs and / or cultivation activities. May supervise other Foundation staff members, including performing all Human Resources responsibilities. The incumbent is also accountable for the budget related to his / her programs / portfolios.

Major Gifts Officer - Develops and implements cultivation strategies for assigned prospects with the ultimate goal of closing the gift. Manages a pool of top prospects. Identifies new volunteer and financial support opportunities from patients and friends with the goal of expanding the number of viable qualified major gift donors for the Hospital. As a part of the professional development staff, assists with the institution's efforts to develop significant growth from major gifts. In consultation with the Director, provides personalized stewardship to assigned donors.

Planned Giving Officer - Utilized knowledge of planned gifts to independently provide donors with specific information on gifting instruments including annuities, trusts, and bequests as well as methods of funding including cash, securities, and real estate. Recruits, coordinates, support and manage the Planned Giving Committee. Facilitates and organized the mail program to educate prospective planned gift donors. Maintains planned gift data on all planned gifts and expectancies currently in place.

Minimum Requirements
  • Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution. Education is verified.
  • Four years of experience in direct foundation, or non-profit work, such as: event planning, fund raising, prospect research, volunteer recruitment, training, and recognition, proposal/grant development, presentations and public speaking, working effectively with board members, civic and business leaders, and other constituencies.
  • Strong analytic, research, and strategic thinking skills. (Confirmed through work portfolio and references)
  • Three years experience in creating donor solicitation documents and presentation development.
  • Advanced writing skills that produce clear, accurate, and persuasive communications.
  • Demonstrated track record of effective interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to manage multiple projects at once and work independently.
  • Proficiency using computer programs and databases.

Physical Requirements
  • Hearing/Listening, Manual Dexterity, Speaking
Preferred Qualifications
  • Degree in Philanthropic studies
  • Philanthropic experience in a healthcare setting
Please Note
All positions subject to close without notice
Intermountain Healthcare is an equal opportunity employer M/F/D/V

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