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Director of Development, Annual Programs
Full/Part Time: Full Time
Location/Affiliates: The Mount Sinai Hospital
Department: 807 - Development Office
Requisition Number: 14-1627284
The Director of Development, Annual Programs is an exceptional development professional whose responsibility will be to assist growing a vibrant Annual Programs area at the Mount Sinai Health System. Reporting to the Senior Director of Development, Leadership & Annual Programs, the Director Development, Annual Programs will provide oversight and strategic direction to a number of critical areas of Annual Programs. The Director will manage specific Leadership Societies in Annual Programs, including the Mount Sinai Leadership Circle, DBC Circle of Friends, Hippocrates Society, and the Friends of Mount Sinai. The Director will direct the cultivation and growth of these programs, and manage an Assistant Director of Development, Annual Programs (affinity groups), who oversees the daily operations of the Friends of Mount Sinai. The Director will have strategic oversight of a $2 million direct mail program, and will manage an Assistant Director of Development, Annual Programs (direct mail), who oversees the direct mail program on a daily basis. In addition, the Director is tasked with growing a fledgling phone and web-based fundraising effort, working closely with the Assistant Director to incorporate strategic phone and web outreach into the development effort. The Director will be tasked with creating reporting guidelines for all areas of Annual Programs, including all metric tracking for personal solicitations, direct mail, phone, and web-based fundraising programs. In addition, the Director will be responsible for growing a number of emerging programs' in Annual Programs, specifically a new physician giving program and employee/staff giving campaigns. As a senior member of the Annual Programs team, the Director of Development, Annual Programs will assume an annual managed prospect portfolio of 150-200 donors and prospects in the $10K-$100K gift capacity level, and be responsible for cultivating and soliciting individuals for high-end annual gifts to Mount Sinai. Finally, the Director of Development, Annual Programs will assume responsibility for daily activities and direction of Annual Programs in the absence of the Senior Director of Development, Leadership & Annual Programs.
The following are the proposed position requirements and roles of the: Director of Development, Annual Programs:
ANNUAL PROGRAMS MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES
In absence of the Senior Director, the Director will assume the daily responsibility for the activities and direction of Annual Programs.
Manage and mentor two direct reports (two Assistant Directors)
ANNUAL PROGRAMS PROJECT AREA' RESPONSIBILITIES
Create and manage specific Leadership Societies, including Mount Sinai Leadership Circle, DBC Circle of Friends, and Hippocrates Society, as well as the Friends of Mount Sinai affinity group. Includes oversight of these programs as well as the staff who will assist in implementing them, creation of program policies and procedures, management of stewardship programs and events within each group, and finally donor/dollar goals setting.
Oversight and growth of vibrant direct mail (including donor renewal and upgrade, grateful patient acquisition, and physician/department-specific), web-based, and phone-based (donor renewal and upgrade, patient acquisition, and alumni relations) fundraising programs.
Provide strategic oversight for a group of emerging programs as well as oversight of an Assistant Director who will be implementing the new programs.
Emerging programs include Employee/Staff Giving (general staff/employees), Hippocrates Society (physicians), and I am Philanthropy (the fundraising portion).
Creation/management of Annual Program reporting, including all metric tracking for Annual Programs (personal solicitation, direct mail, phone, web).
PROSPECT MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES
Will assume an Annual Managed Prospect portfolio of 150-200 donors and prospects in the $10K-$100K gift capacity level.
Bachelor's degree required. Masters preferred.
5-7 years fundraising experience with emphasis on annual giving, health care setting preferred.
Microsoft Office. Raiser's Edge experience preferred.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills,
Demonstrated ability to work both autonomously and as part of a highly motivated team of professionals,
A high degree of integrity, drive and persuasiveness,
Effectively budget and work with budget to accomplish goals,
Mount Sinai Medical Center is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. We recognize the power and importance of a diverse employee population and strongly encourage applicants with various experiences and backgrounds. Mount Sinai Medical Center--An EEO/AA-D/V Employer.