Providence Health & Services Tarzana , CA 91356
Providence is calling for a Associate Development Officer ( Full Time / Day Shift ) position at Providence Valley Foundation in Tarzana, CA.
In this position you will:
The Associate Development Officer for Providence Tarzana Foundation - under the direction of the Vice President of Development/Executive Director - will work alongside and in coordination with development officers to assist in managing portfolios of major gift prospects, working to maximize their philanthropic commitments to the Foundation through effective cultivation, solicitation and stewardship strategies.
Serve as a key conduit for coordinating discovery and cultivation face-to-face visits - initiated primarily by phone - on behalf of development officers and the Vice President/Executive Director.
Partner with development officers to plan, organize, coordinate and direct benefactors philanthropic interests, focusing on gifts of $25,000 and more from individuals, corporations, and foundations.
Communicates with development officer team portfolio prospects through phone calls, emails and other outreach. Participate with development officers in face-to-face cultivation, solicitation and stewardship meetings, as well as written strategies.
Work in collaboration with development officers to ensure that each major donor and prospect has a clear strategy and timeline for cultivation, solicitation and stewardship utilizing a moves management protocol, which includes tracking in the donor database.
Participate in customized solicitation strategy meetings based on strategic objectives of the organization and specified interest(s) of the benefactor. Provide 24 hour on-call service for benefactors on a rotation basis.
Develop and revises, as appropriate, "case statements" for the major gifts initiatives.
In conjunction with the Vice President of Development/Executive Director, establishes a personal development outreach goal and conducts research on potential individual, corporate and foundation funders.
Work with development officers and other staff within the Foundation on cultivating annual, major, and planned giving prospects while helping to promote and foster the appropriate personal relationships with current and potential benefactors in order to advance the mission and goals of the Foundation. Attends and participates in fundraising events.
Maintain established departmental policies, procedures, objectives and safety standards. Staffs committees as assigned.
Demonstrate Providence Health & Services, Southern California's core values of respect, justice, compassion, stewardship, and excellence to customers, employees, and visitors. Provides quality service in the performance of work assignments and duties.
Required qualifications for this position include:
Minimum of a bachelor's degree required.
A successful background in a fundraising organization and/or call scheduling/telemarketing with a minimum of 1-3 years of development/fundraising and/or call scheduling/telemarketing experience; a thorough and demonstrated knowledge of the prospect identification, cultivation and solicitation protocols, with an emphasis on individual gifts at a level of $25,000 and more; knowledge of fundraising research and development officer prospect portfolio protocols; demonstrated experience working within time-intensive and results-oriented environments with large institutions, preferably a hospital, academic or nonprofit research organization.
The candidate must also possess leadership capabilities to work with and develop volunteers; possess outstanding analytical and evaluative skills; and, exhibit excellent communication (written and verbal), interpersonal, organizational, and administrative skills.
Advanced working knowledge of Microsoft Office products, as well as, a working knowledge of fundraising software.
Providence Health & Services (Providence) is a not-for-profit Catholic health care ministry committed to providing for the needs of our communitiesespecially for those who are poor and vulnerable. Providence's scope of services includes 34 hospitals, 600 physician clinics, senior services, supportive housing, health plans and many other educational and social services. The health system employs more than 82,000 caregivers (all employees) across five states
Alaska, California, Montana, Oregon and Washingtonwith its system office located in Renton, Washington. Providence is the fourth largest not-for-profit health care delivery system in the country with combined revenues of over $14 billion.
Providence caregivers work collaboratively to develop leading care practices and employ those practices to deliver quality, affordable care to every patient in every community served. We are actively transforming health care for the future through digital innovation, the development of new health care delivery models including accountable care organizations (ACOs), and through a continued focus on specialty institutes and clinical quality.
Since 2012, Providence has been growing its affiliations with secular (non-religious) organizations. Affiliates include Swedish Health Services and Pacific Medical Centers in Seattle, Kadlec Medical Center and Inland Northwest Health Services in eastern Washington, and Facey Medical Group in southern California. Together, we draw on long-standing strengths and share resources to meet the growing needs of our regional areas. Providence will continue to expand and grow through affiliations, joint ventures, acquisitions, service line enhancements, physician expansion and other strategic partnerships. The goal is to lead dynamic change in the national health care landscape, while making quality health care more accessible, affordable and efficient. For talented, team-oriented executives, Providence's growth provides a dynamic and fast-paced environment balanced by a commitment to inclusion and collaboration.
Providence brings its proven experience in various strategic support functions from geographically distributed entities to coordinated and centralized shared services. These capabilities and tools have become established centers of excellence by leveraging transactional and administrative tasks out of the field and into centralized, often electronic or automated processes that are optimized for efficiency and service. Shared services include human resources, information services, revenue cycle, supply chain, finance, and marketing and communication.
Providence Health & Services continues a tradition of caring that the Sisters of Providence began nearly 160 years ago. The Sisters arrived in the Pacific Northwest in 1856 to answer a call for help from a new pioneer community. What they found were many communities in need of service, and so with dedication to the Mission and collaboration with like-minded partners, their ministry grew to what is now a five-state health system.