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Coordinator I

The Coordinator’s primary responsibility is to assist with managing relationships, partnerships, programs, events and campaigns that result in growing annual revenue for the Foundation. The Coordinator collaborates with colleagues throughout the Foundation and/or hospital to help deliver first-class programs, events, recognition, and service to internal and external donors.

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Coordinator I – Corporate & Special Events

Posting Note: The Coordinator provides support services and organization to the Corporate and Special Events department. The Coordinator also performs a variety of administrative support functions for a department to provide for efficient, effective and customer service-focused operations. This position receives general quality/quantity supervision of work activities from the VP Corporate Partnerships & Special Events. This position also works closely with all teams of Account Managers, Corporate Development Officers and Special Event Planners and the team’s coordinators to support partnership/event activities and ensure department revenue and operational goals are met.

The Coordinator’s primary responsibility is to assist with managing relationships, partnerships, programs, events and campaigns that result in growing annual revenue for the Foundation. The Coordinator collaborates with colleagues throughout the Foundation and/or hospital to help deliver first-class programs, events, recognition, and service to internal and external donors.

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Corporate Partner Engagement Specialist

Posting Note: The Corporate and Event Engagement Specialist is an exciting and significant role for an exceptional marketer, communicator and highly-effective relationship manager, who enjoys working with avid entrepreneurial team of business development, marketing and business leaders; handling multiple projects at once. You will be a part of a dynamic team who support, facilitate and lead projects within the ongoing improvement of children’s health, as well as innovations and emerging bodies of work that will advance pediatric medicine nationally. This cross-functional role will be varied, fast-moving, strategic in nature and best suited to a communications or marketing specialist or manager, with strong coordination, communications and business skills. To be a successful engagement specialist, you should have a persuasive attitude, excellent customer relationship skills and a passion for sales. Ultimately, a top-class engagement specialist is able to improve sales by creating lasting bonds with partners.

Working in close collaboration with leadership, Specialist II will develop and implement many aspects of multiple programs that align with hospital’s mission and support the Foundation’s goals. Working independently, the Specialist II may be in charge of overseeing program/project execution that could include staffing, volunteers, budget and fundraising goals from start to finish. This position may also be responsible for special events that publicize the organization and its programs to the community. Position may have direct and/or indirect oversight of lower-level staff members and/or volunteers.

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Database Specialist

Posting Note: Join the Decision Support team at Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation! We support the essential functions of Foundation staff who are passionate about Phoenix Children’s Hospital’s mission of providing hope, healing, and the best healthcare to children and their families. The ideal candidate will enjoy working in a dynamic and fast-paced environment, is self-motivated, technologically savvy, and is team-oriented. Projects will be directly aligned with fundraising initiatives spanning from individual and mid-level giving, to corporate and workplace giving. Required skills: • Must be able to organize and prioritize work, be proactive, take initiative, resolve problems, follow through, and simultaneously manage multiple priorities to ensure goals are met in a timely manner. • Also required is dependability, attention to detail and excellent communication skills. • The ideal candidate would have experience with Blackbaud products, advanced Excel skills and familiarity with project management tools such as Smartsheet.

The Coordinator II’s primary responsibility is to assist with managing relationships, partnerships, programs, events and campaigns that result in growing annual revenue for the Foundation. The Coordinator II collaborates with colleagues throughout the Foundation and/or hospital to help deliver first-class programs, events, recognition, and service to internal and external donors. The Coordinator II may take lead role on project/program execution.

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Development Officer I

The Development Officer I identifies, develops, broadens, and maximizes philanthropic support from individual and business prospects to increase awareness and support of hospital programs, initiatives and goals through philanthropic giving.

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Director of Planned Giving

Posting Note: Reporting to the Vice President, Individual Giving, the Planned Giving Director will be a seasoned fundraiser responsible for implementing a comprehensive planned giving program that will attract current and deferred gifts in support of the Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation development goals. Serves as an organizational expert in planned giving and supports all activities involved with cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of donors, Legacy Society, and professional advisors. Success will be achieved by building long term donor partnerships and demonstrating that all levels of philanthropic support are leveraged to realize maximum impact for Phoenix Children’s mission. The ideal candidate will be energetic and enthusiastic, metrics-driven, and is comfortable working in a dynamic and fast paced environment.

Working in close collaboration and reporting to the Vice President (VP), the Foundation Programs Director designs and executes on a comprehensive program development strategy for the Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation. The Programs Director oversees and executes on both capital campaigns and ongoing fundraising efforts as well as serving and executing on specific program development goals and strategies.

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Principal Gift Officer

Posting Note: Reporting to the Vice President, Individual Giving, the Principal Gift Officer will be a seasoned fundraiser responsible for securing individual gifts with an emphasis on $1,000,000 and above. Success will be achieved by building long term donor partnerships and demonstrating that all levels of philanthropic support are leveraged to realize maximum impact for Phoenix Children’s mission. The ideal candidate will be energetic and enthusiastic, metrics-driven, and is comfortable working in a dynamic and fast paced environment. Education and Experience Requirements: **Minimum 8 years of fundraising experience, preferably in healthcare or higher education setting, and ideally with campaign experience **Bachelor’s degree or Master’s in business, philanthropy or related field **A clear understanding of philanthropy and philanthropic practice, in particular the unique individual relationships required to secure principal gifts **The ability to move donors/prospects through the philanthropic continuum **Experience in developing principal gift strategies **A proven track record of securing gifts at all levels, with a focus on 7-8 figures and above **Must be comfortable working in a complex organization, and have a successful track record in working with Executive Leadership, Board Members, Physicians, and Volunteer Leadership. **Strong initiative, self-confidence, creativity, and entrepreneurial skills, who enjoys working as a team player but can also work independently as a self-starter **Exceptional written and verbal communication skills, and proficiency in Raiser’s Edge or other equivalent CRM system.

Reporting to the Director, Individual Giving, the Sr Philanthropy Officer is a seasoned major gifts fundraiser responsible for securing individual gifts with an emphasis on $100,000 and above. Success is achieved by building long term donor partnerships and demonstrating that all levels of philanthropic support are leveraged to realize maximum impact for Phoenix Children’s mission. The ideal candidate is energetic and enthusiastic, metrics-driven, and is comfortable working in a dynamic and fast paced environment.

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Prospect Researcher - Grants Experience

Posting Note: Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation seeks a dynamic, goal-oriented, organized, and collaborative Prospect Research Specialist (PRS) for our grants program. The Prospect Research team is expanding to support the growing development team and emerging medical research programs of Phoenix Children’s. The PRS works as part of the Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation Research and Prospect Development team. This PRS’ primary focus is to identify and qualify private, corporate, and federal grants to support hospital strategic initiatives with particularly focus on identifying grant prospects aligned with the Phoenix Children's Hospital Research Institute. Reporting to the Director of Research and Prospect Development, the PRS will work closely with an energetic team of philanthropy officers, including the VP of Individual Giving, Senior Philanthropy Officer, Research Institute, and members of the grants team. This person will also work in conjunction with the Manager of Grants and Contracts Administration. The successful candidate shall demonstrate the ability to work cooperatively and independently, demonstrate excellent organization and prioritization skills, possess savvy interpersonal and time management skills, and have the capacity to work in a collegial manner with foundation and hospital staff.

Working in close collaboration with leadership, the Specialist I will assist in the development and implementation of many aspects of multiple programs that align with hospital’s mission and support the Foundation’s goals. Working independently, the Specialist I may be in charge of overseeing program/project execution that could include staffing, volunteers, budget and fundraising goals from start to finish. This position may also be responsible for special events that publicize the organization and its programs to the community. Position may have direct and/or indirect oversight of lower-level staff members and/or volunteers.

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Sr Philanthropy Officer - Major Gifts

Posting Note: Reporting to the Senior Director, Individual Giving, the Sr. Philanthropy Officer (SPO) will be a seasoned major gifts fundraiser responsible for securing individual gifts with an emphasis on $100,000 and above. Success will be achieved by building long term donor partnerships and demonstrating that all levels of philanthropic support are leveraged to realize maximum impact for Phoenix Children’s mission. The ideal candidate will be energetic and Education and Experience Requirements: **Minimum of 7 years in fundraising, development or related field in a non-profit environment. Experience in a medical or academic development setting strongly encouraged **Bachelor’s degree or Master’s in business, philanthropy or related field **Demonstrated success in building long term philanthropic relationships while also consistently meeting fundraising goals and securing gifts of $100,000 and above. **Candidate must be able to navigate a wide variety of business and social settings and enjoy taking the message of Phoenix Children’s Hospital to individuals and organizations not yet familiar with its work. **Experience with Raiser’s Edge or other equivalent CRM system enthusiastic, metrics-driven, and is comfortable working in a dynamic and fast paced environment.

Reporting to the Director, Individual Giving, the Sr Philanthropy Officer is a seasoned major gifts fundraiser responsible for securing individual gifts with an emphasis on $100,000 and above. Success is achieved by building long term donor partnerships and demonstrating that all levels of philanthropic support are leveraged to realize maximum impact for Phoenix Children’s mission. The ideal candidate is energetic and enthusiastic, metrics-driven, and is comfortable working in a dynamic and fast paced environment.

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Sr Philanthropy Officer - Research Institute

Posting Note: The Senior Philanthropy Officer, Research Institute, works as part of the Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation Team, and serves as a liaison to the Office of Research at Phoenix Children’s Hospital. The SPO’s primary focus will be mapping Phoenix Children’s Hospital research strengths to external federal and foundation opportunities. This includes assisting the Senior Vice President of Research, PCH physicians, and clinical teams in the preparation and submission of complex grant proposals to federal and private foundation sponsors. Reporting to the Vice President, Individual Giving, this individual will work closely with Executive Leadership, the Senior Vice President of Research, and Physician Leadership for Phoenix Children’s Centers of Excellence, on defining strategy to increase our success in obtaining external sponsorship.

Reporting to the Director, Individual Giving, the Sr Philanthropy Officer is a seasoned major gifts fundraiser responsible for securing individual gifts with an emphasis on $100,000 and above. Success is achieved by building long term donor partnerships and demonstrating that all levels of philanthropic support are leveraged to realize maximum impact for Phoenix Children’s mission. The ideal candidate is energetic and enthusiastic, metrics-driven, and is comfortable working in a dynamic and fast paced environment.

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