Major Gift Officer
10500 Montgomery Road
Cincinnati OH 45242
Compensation: $75,000 - $90,000
Posted Date: 01/11/2024
Apply today as a Major Gift Officer for the Hospice of Cincinnati & Ferniside at the Bethesda Foundation.
Major Gifts Officer
The Bethesda Foundation seeks qualified candidates for a Development Officer for Hospice of Cincinnati and Fernside, A Center for Grieving Children & Families. This position reports to the Director of Development of the Bethesda Foundation. It provides direct major gift fundraising support for programs offered by Hospice of Cincinnati and Fernside Center for Grieving Children – all part of the TriHealth system.
- Utilize moves management to cultivate annual campaign donors, to continue giving in meaningful ways that lead to potential major gifts or planned giving – maintain a portfolio of qualified prospects, and successfully steward them toward philanthropic gifts.
- Work with Grateful Families to connect their desire to give back to funding priorities for Hospice of Cincinnati and Fernside.
- Lead cultivation and stewardship of major gift donors through strategic and organized donor-centered cultivation activities & events.
- Perform general fundraising duties as assigned.
- Has a minimum of a bachelor’s degree (CFRE recommended)
- Minimum of four years of development experience, with demonstrated major gift success.
- Must be self-motivated and able to work independently.
- Will possess strong organizational skills and the ability to multi-task and meet deadlines promptly.
- Demonstrates superior written and verbal communication skills.
- Demonstrates enthusiasm and professionalism in their desire to excel in a not-for-profit environment.
Please send your resume and salary requirements to Dana Smith, Executive Assistant to the President, at [email protected]. Salary Range: $75,000-$90,000/year.
About the Company
The Bethesda Foundation is the fundraising arm of Bethesda North Hospital, Bethesda Butler County Hospital, Hospice of Cincinnati, and Fernside: A Center for Grieving Children. The Bethesda Foundation secures philanthropic resources and administers grants supporting indigent care, medical education and research, patient services, facilities, and community outreach programs provided by Bethesda Hospital and its related entities.
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Application Deadline: January 31, 2024
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