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POST DATE 9/4/2016
END DATE 11/20/2016

SCL Health System Miles City, MT

Miles City, MT
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Job Summary Overview: Under the direction of the care-site Executive Director, the Development Coordinator is an integral member of the care-site Foundation team and will work collaboratively to provide the information necessary to further the fundraising goals of the care-site Foundation. This position is primarily responsible for the coordination of care-site fundraising programs and acts as a liaison to fundraising programs or services provided by the system-level Philanthropy office. The successful candidate will solicit gifts, provide stewardship, produce development proposals, plan and oversee events and coordinate annual giving efforts. Essential responsibilities include: Along with the system-level Senior Director of Philanthropic Services, execute strategies around Annual Giving, Grateful Patient and Associate Giving resulting in increased revenue through cultivation, solicitation and stewardship Plan and oversee all Foundation events Along with the system-level Director of Data and Philanthropic Systems, oversee the integrity and ongoing growth of the donor database Conduct gift-processing procedures Coordinate care-site stewardship initiatives, including, but not limited to, donor acknowledgements and naming opportunities Coordinate care-site grant program and support the regional and system-wide grant programs Assist with Foundation Board of Directors support Provide excellent customer service, both internally and externally The Development Coordinator will report directly to the care-site Executive Director. Job Duties & Responsibilities Annual Giving/Associate Giving Responsibilities: Along with the system-level Senior Director of Philanthropic Services, execute strategies to build a comprehensive community annual giving program for both individuals and businesses, expanding the program each year as measured by dollars raised and levels of donor participation. Program includes lower-level individual donors, associate giving, honor and memorial giving, grateful patient program, volunteer giving and direct mail. Play a key role by identifying, qualifying, cultivating, personally soliciting and stewarding donors and friends with capacity to make annual gifts. Provide input on the design, production and mailing of each Annual Giving acquisition, retention and stewardship piece. Achieve annual fundraising and activity goals. Collaborate with Major and Planned Giving teams to ensure a coordinated approach to special gift prospects. Identify prospects through direct mail, events, prospect research data, referrals from associations and physicians, board members, volunteers, and other staff who may qualify as annual giving prospects. Manage the care-sites grateful patient donor acquisition program to encourage hospital patients to make gifts in recognition of caregivers who have m