Associate Director-Major Gifts, University Hospitals Kingston Foundation
Full-Time Position, Days
Salary: BCIII ( $79,497.41- $97,163.41 per annum)
Location: Primarily the KGH Site
Reporting to the Manager – Leadership Philanthropy, the Associate Director works to increase the revenue secured on behalf of the partner organizations through strategic cultivation and solicitation of outright gifts and pledged gifts of $10,000 or more.
Within this role the Associate Director is accountable for contributing to the delivery of the UHKF strategic plan including:
- offering an inspiring, donor-centered giving experience,
- mobilizing highly sophisticated fundraising techniques in way that reflects the distinct philanthropic culture of our region
- ensuring consistent high quality outcomes through exceptional process management
- bringing to life new models of leadership.
RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES INCLUDE:
- Identifies prospective donors from existing database and through prospect research support.
- Independently sets strategy for cultivation of major gift prospects.
- Solicits outright and pledged gifts of $10,000 or more.
- Advises colleagues on strategies for complex gifts combining several giving vehicles or combining outright and deferred gifts.
- Provides support and direction to senior volunteers in the cultivation and solicitation of major gifts.
- Designs and implements effective program for orientation and engagement of internal stakeholders including physicians, board members, and senior staff within a particular hospital.
- Participates in the planning and implementation of a multi-year capital campaign for Kingston’s hospitals.
- Adheres to worker responsibilities as set out in the Occupational Health & Safety Act and other policies which govern this position
- Understands, is familiar with, and complies with all pertinent UHKF policies and procedures including those relating to workplace conduct, confidentiality and
- donor privacy, decision authority, conflict of interest, compliance with Canada Revenue Agency regulations and the Donor Bill of Rights.
- Baccalaureate degree in a relevant field; an equivalent combination of education and related work experience may be considered
- Minimum 3 years progressive development experience with a successful track record in securing gifts valued at $10,000 or more.
- Established, outstanding and respected reputation within communities of practice
- Progressive professional development including, but not limited to; ongoing education and involvement with the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) and Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP);
- Demonstrated commitment to excellence;
- Demonstrated ability to motivate volunteers;
- Proven effectiveness managing and coaching volunteers;
- Demonstrated effectiveness in relationship-building and working with peers;
- Proven sound judgment, integrity and strategic vision;
- Effective oral and written communication skills;
- Proven ability to influence others positively, through effective interpersonal skills;
- Current knowledge of Canadian taxation issues related to charitable giving.
- Satisfactory CPIC with vulnerable sector search
The applicant must be able to meet the physical demands of this position.
We thank all applicants, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Kingston Health Sciences Centre is committed to inclusive and accessible employment practices.
If you require an accommodation to fully participate in the hiring process, please notify the Recruitment Team.