Director of Campaign, Corporate
St. Paul’s Foundation is currently seeking a Director of Campaign, Corporate to join our team.
St. Paul’s Foundation welcomes applications for this unique opportunity to join an experienced and enthusiastic team of professionals to raise funds for enhanced patient care, capital projects, equipment, research and teaching at St. Paul’s Hospital.
The Director of Campaign, Corporate is responsible for planning, managing and implementing all aspects of corporate giving for St. Paul’s Foundation, within the context of a comprehensive campaign. This position will also be responsible for supporting the Annual Giving portfolio and represent both the corporate and annual giving portfolios at a senior level. This position will work closely with the Director of Campaign, Philanthropy and the Director of Major Gifts.
- Help create and implement a comprehensive campaign plan in conjunction with the Campaign Leadership Team (President & CEO, Chief Development Officer (“CDO”), Director of Campaign, Philanthropy and Director of Development)
- Provide on-going training and coaching to the Development team; and assist in educating specific team members with respect to the benefits of a Comprehensive Campaign.
- Prepare and submit timely reports on the progress of (corporate) campaign activity to the CDO and President & CEO for review;
- Responsible for corporate prospects, including those brought forward by CEC members;
- Effectively manage resources, both people and dollars, for the maximum benefit to the Foundation, and ultimately the Hospital.
- Member of the Foundation Senior Management Team and Campaign Leadership Team;
- Ensure the Raiser’s Edge database is properly maintained so that prospects, major and planned giving donors, annual donors and allied professionals are identified and that all communications with these individuals are recorded;
- Remain current on the tax aspects of charitable gifts and new legislation and revenue rulings affecting such gifts.
- Executes special projects as designated by the CDO and President & CEO;
- Manages, mentors and supports Manager, Corporate and Manager, Annual Giving to ensure their goals and targets are met;
- Oversee the Foundation’s Annual Giving program.
Duties specific to the comprehensive campaign:
- Works with the CDO, Director of Campaign: Philanthropy and Director of Major Gifts in creating, implementing, and managing strategies for identifying, researching, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding major donors and prospects;
- A member of the Campaign Leadership Team;
- Works closely with the Director of Campaign, Philanthropy & Director of Major Gifts to ensure all strategies with prospects and donors are coordinated;
- Alongside the Director of Campaign, Philanthropy, works with the Director, Stewardship & Donor Relations to develop and execute a comprehensive donor relations, recognition and documentation plan and policies, as they relate to the comprehensive campaign;
- Manages reporting and tracking to meet internal planning and management needs and external compliance requirements;
- Works closely with the Director of Communications as it relates to (corporate) gift announcements and (corporate) solicitation proposals.
Qualifications and Required Experience:
- Minimum ten years (major gift) fundraising experience;
- Has the CFRE designation or equivalent,
- Experience managing a capital campaign of $25M or more;
- Demonstrated ability to work with, manage and lead a volunteer Campaign Committee;
- Demonstrated ability to contribute to and participate in a positive work environment with professionalism and a service-oriented attitude;
- Demonstrated professionalism, tact, good judgment and diplomacy in interactions with senior leaders of the community;
- Highly effective and professional interpersonal skills and collaborative team player, able to establish and maintain positive working relationships;
- A high degree of initiative, discernment and resourcefulness; and thoughtfulness in decision-making;
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills, organizational and time management skills, and problem solving skills;
- Experience managing teams toward the successful achievement of organizational and team goals;
- Ethical behavior: ensures own behaviour and that of others is consistent with the mission and values of St. Paul’s Foundation.
Should you be interested in applying for this role, please send your résumé and cover letter to the attention of T. Dallas: firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on August 25th, 2017.
Only those candidates short listed for an interview will be contacted. Thank you for your interest in working with St. Paul’s Foundation.
About St. Paul’s Foundation
St. Paul’s Foundation raises funds to support compassionate, inspired care at all Providence Health Care hospitals and residences in British Columbia.
Combined, these sites engage close to 8,000 doctors, health care providers, support staff and researchers who care for hundreds of thousands of British Columbians every year, from neo-natal care to palliative care.
Working closely with our care providers, St. Paul’s Foundation is proud to engage our community to support world-class research, education and patient care.
Support from the community, especially donations, has been key to Providence Health Care since its founding in 1896. Today, many Providence physicians and researchers are world figures in numerous fields including heart and lung, renal, HIV/AIDS and elder care. Since its founding in 1986, St. Paul’s Foundation has played an integral role in supporting this work.