Primary duty includes the performance of office or non-manual work directly related to the business operations of the affiliate and the exercising of discretion and independent judgment with respect to matters of significance including responsibility for specific areas of the philanthropy program which may include annual support, major gifts, and special events. Acts as a representative on philanthropy related committees. Works with department staff, peers, board members and other volunteers to accomplish strategic goals.
Respect means the Franciscan respect for life from conception to death and for the dignity of each individual person. Respect is a commitment to freeing and empowering each person to develop to his or her full potential.
Care embodies the concern, compassion, and sensitivity with which we care for patients as individuals on a one-to-one basis. It depicts our way of dealing with patients, clients and colleagues. Many times it is thought of as a bedside behavior, but it also belongs in business offices, cafeterias and boardrooms.
Competence means that our work is performed and our institutions are managed with the highest level of skill and ability. We are committed to recruiting and developing people who are competent in their work and whose values reflect our own. Our values are an integral part of our system’s strategic plan, which provides the overall framework for local activities.
Joy is the manner in which our colleagues and all who join us in our ministry seek to perform their work – the internal fulfillment of caring for others. It is an essential ingredient in bringing a sense of hope to those who suffer.
Participates in continuing education opportunities and maintains certifications, licensure as appropriate
Keeps all patient or colleague information confidential
Attends required in-services and meetings
Completes required mandatory competencies by deadline
Maintains ongoing communication and collaboration with team members
Possesses information, skill, and understanding of the work to be performed
Abides by all safety requirements including wearing of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and demonstrating proper hand hygiene
Complies with all standards, policies and procedures including dress code, attendance and punctuality
Essential Job Functions
Plans and implements fund development activities including annual giving (including direct mail), on-going memorial/honor program, colleague giving, and various special events as defined by the Director of Philanthropy.
Works with affiliate staff to identify projects, researches available funding sources, assists in writing of grants, and works with affiliate leadership to ensure proper follow-through.
Represents affiliate at community activities.
Determines annual goals, objectives and corresponding budget.
Develops promotional materials.
Assists in all phases of donor appreciation.
Works with media to promote activities.
Identifies donor prospects.
Identifies, cultivates and solicits major and/or planned gifts.
Willingly accepts other duties as assigned.
Educational requirements apply to any new hire after 6/1/2014. Incumbents are held to the education standard at time of hire and will be exempt from the above requirement and given credit for experience as long as they are able to demonstrate knowledge and ability to perform job duties based on the local entity’s ongoing assessment of competency.
1-2 years Philanthropy, Public Relations or Marketing, Sales, Financial Planning or Banking required.