A world leader in the treatment and research of cancer, diabetes and other life-threatening illnesses, City of Hope’s scientists partner with doctors to turn laboratory breakthroughs into remedies that save lives. The organization is consistently named one of “America’s Best Hospitals” by U.S. News & World Report and has received the prestigious four-star rating from Charity Navigator. From cutting-edge research to exquisite and compassionate clinical care to the advancement of biomedical education and training, the City of Hope team is committed to treating the whole person, not just the disease.
Philanthropy is in the City of Hope DNA. Since its founding in 1913, donors from across the country have supported and influenced the City of Hope vision to give people dignity and help them live longer, better lives. Today, its Office of Philanthropy is building a national reputation as a model of excellence among elite fundraising programs. With a unique focus on engagement and innovation, the Office of Philanthropy is now recruiting dynamic and dedicated professionals to support the City of Hope commitment to “the miracle of science with soul.” This is a tremendous chance to join a premier fundraising team that helps turn hope into reality – and changes medicine for people around the world.
OFFICE OF PHILANTHROPY VISION STATEMENT:
We will be known institutionally and nationally as a model of excellence among elite fundraising programs. Success will be achieved by building exceptional, long-term donor partnerships and demonstrating that all levels of philanthropic support are leveraged to realize maximum impact for City of Hope’s mission. Holding to the highest standards of professional performance and conduct, our committed staff will function as a highly collaborative, efficient and creative team.
The Associate Vice President (AVP), Planned
Giving will develop, implement, and direct a robust and sustainable planned
giving fundraising strategy. This includes providing vision and leadership to
the planned giving staff as well as a thorough and comprehensive understanding
of the planned giving process and its relevant legal, financial, and
administrative regulations. Reporting to the Vice President, Development
(Planned Giving), the AVP will provide strategic goals and objectives for the
planned giving program, and personally manage a portfolio of major and
principal gift prospects and donors. The chosen candidate will bring significant
experience (7+ years) in fundraising, along with demonstrated knowledge of
planned giving vehicles in a healthcare or higher education setting. Experience
hosting cultivation and stewardship events, working with major gift officers to
create sophisticated blended gift proposals, and writing and executing complex
gift agreements is strongly desired.