Coordinator II, Gift Processing

Posting Note: Join the Development Operations 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 be comfortable working in a dynamic and fast-paced environment, has a great attention to detail, is self-motivated, and possesses strong customer service skills. **Reporting to the Manager, the Coordinator II – Gift Processing will coordinate and prioritize the day to day gift processing activities, including but not limited to gift batching, donor acknowledgement communications, donor database maintenance, and gift-related customer service.**Key functions:**Primarily responsible for processing quick, accurate, and timely offline and online gift entry into the Raiser’s Edge database following department gift coding guidelines.**Opens and sorts gifts received in the mail and copies all gifts and accompanying gift documentation in preparation for daily bank deposits.**Prepares bank deposits for cash and check gifts.**Merges and prints timely donor acknowledgement letters and tax receipts.**Generates monthly pledge payment reminders and credit card decline notices.**Collects, updates, and maintains key constituent data in the database such as address, phone, and e-mail information, obituaries, and other biographical information.**Assists with routine database cleanup projects as needed. **Answers phone calls from donors received through the Foundation’s general number and responds to e-mails from the Development Operations e-mail inbox.**May cover the Front Office Receptionist’s Desk in the Receptionist’s absence.**Performs other duties as assigned.

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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Director, Individual Giving

Posting Note: Position Summary** Reporting to the Vice President, Individual Giving, the Director will manage and lead a team of 6 philanthropy officers. With frontline focus, the Director 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 enthusiastic, metrics-driven, and is comfortable working in a dynamic and fast paced environment. We are looking for a BOLD, creative, purpose driven leader to take our individual giving program to the next level. Education and Experience Requirements: **Minimum of 10 years in fundraising, development or related field in a non-profit environment. Experience in a medical or academic development setting strongly encouraged and preferred. **Bachelor’s degree or Master’s in business, philanthropy or related field. **Proven experience in securing principal gifts from individuals, possessing a thorough understanding of donor identification, cultivation, solicitation, and demonstrated success in closing gifts of at least $1 million. **Demonstrated ability to hire, plan, train, manage, and mentor staff **Demonstrated success in building long term philanthropic relationships while also consistently meeting fundraising goals **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. **Ability to work well with a variety of stakeholders and adapt to meet the varying needs **Experience with Raiser’s Edge or other equivalent CRM system Position Duties: **Manages a portfolio of 50-75 prospects **Develop and implement thoughtful, strategic cultivation, solicitation and stewardship plans for prospective donors with an emphasis on gifts of $100,000 or more. **Ensure regular contact with donors through various activities and communications, especially face to face meetings **Identify and develop joint major giving opportunities in collaboration with colleagues and team members across the foundation **Develop and manage timelines for various fundraising activities to ensure plans and critical fundraising processes are carried out in a timely manner **Develops expertise in hospital Centers of Excellence and service lines; serves as foundation liaison in assisting physicians, program directors and administration with capital and programmatic funding needs. **Meet annual activity and financial performance metrics

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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Event Planner

Posting Note: Join the Special Events team at Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation! We create, plan and execute special events in support of Phoenix Children’s Hospital’s mission of providing hope, healing, and the best healthcare to children and their families. The ideal candidate will be comfortable working in a dynamic and fast-paced environment, has a great attention to detail, is self-motivated, a visionary with desire for innovation, and is team-oriented.**Reporting to the Director, Special Events, the Event Planner Specialist I leads the planning, design and implementation of signature events while serving as a liaison on beneficiary events raising funds for Phoenix Children’s. The ideal candidate has 3+ years of leadership experience with event planning and impeccable relationship building skills. **Key functions: Conceptualize events to meet or exceed revenue goals. Develop a positive rapport with volunteer leadership committee members, donors, vendors and other supporters. Manage all aspects of event including but not limited to expense budget, sponsorship revenue, vendor contracts, logistics, volunteer management, marketing and promotional efforts and event performance recaps.

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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Philanthropy Officer

Posting Note: The Philanthropy Officer serves as a key member of the foundation individual giving team. This individual will strategically qualify, cultivate, solicit and steward major gift prospects to increase gifts to Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation. The ideal candidate will be energetic and enthusiastic, metrics-driven, and is comfortable working in a dynamic and fast paced environment. This position reports to the Director, Individual Giving. Education and Experience Requirements: *Minimum of 5 years in fundraising, development or related field in a non-profit environment. Experience in medical or academic setting is strongly encouraged *Bachelor’s degree or Master’s Degree in business, philanthropy or related field. *Experience with Raiser’s Edge or other equivalent CRM system. *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. Position Duties: *Manages a portfolio of 150 prospects *Develop and implement thoughtful strategic qualification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship plans for prospective donors for gifts of $25,000 or more. *Ensure regular contact with donors through various activities and communications, especially face to face meetings. *Develops expertise in hospital Centers of Excellence and service lines; serves as foundation liaison in assisting physicians, program directors and administration with capital and programmatic funding needs. *Meet annual activity and financial performance metrics

The Development Officer II 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. This position may have program management oversight and execution.

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Reporting and Training 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 be comfortable working in a dynamic and fast-paced environment, has a great attention to detail, is self-motivated, technologically savvy, and is team-oriented.**Reporting to the Director, Development Operations and Analytics, the Specialist I produces timely and accurate reports and lists as well as trains and assists users on proper use of the PCHF data systems. Experience with Raiser’s Edge, Power BI, or other database and reporting tools needed. **Key functions: *Develop dynamic and systematic report delivery systems to provide easy access and timely delivery of reports as determined in collaboration with Decision Support and the needs of the end user. Distribute and disseminate reports (routine, gift, executive, budget, among others) to staff and management. *Guide and train users to effectively use database (Raiser’s Edge and NXT) as well as various reporting tools. *Research and reconcile data discrepancies among various information systems and reports. Develop and implement quality assurance reporting practices through regular review, effective professional audit of data and maintaining report documentation. *Conduct basic research to collect and verify donor information for data entry or prospect researchers. *Participate and contribute to the formulation of the Foundation’s development planning as it pertains to: data standards, information systems; processes, policies and procedures and related infrastructure support. *As a backup to the Data Integrity Specialists, use queries and data mining tools to produce lists, upload actions and appeals, manage and clean datasets related to report generation. *Backup gift data-entry to assist the Decision Support team during times of particularly high-volume.

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

Posting Note: Position Summary: Reporting to the Director of Major Gifts, 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 enthusiastic, metrics-driven, and is comfortable working in a dynamic and fast paced environment. 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 Position Duties: *Manages a portfolio of 125 prospects *Develop and implement thoughtful, strategic cultivation, solicitation and stewardship plans for prospective donors for gifts of $25,000 with an emphasis on gifts of $100,000 or more. *Ensure regular contact with donors through various activities and communications, especially face to face meetings *Identify and develop joint major giving opportunities in collaboration with colleagues and team members across the foundation *Develop and manage timelines for various fundraising activities to ensure plans and critical fundraising processes are carried out in a timely manner *Develops expertise in hospital Centers of Excellence and service lines; serves as foundation liaison in assisting physicians, program directors and administration with capital and programmatic funding needs. *Support the Director, Major Gifts on fundraising activities and donor follow-up *Meet annual activity and financial performance metrics

The Sr Development Officer 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. This position may have program management oversight, and assists with mentoring team members and colleagues.

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