Mayo Clinic’s Cure.Connect.Transform. vision and strategy reflects Mayo’s distinctive strengths in innovation and excellence and is expected to secure Mayo’s role as the premier global healthcare provider. Mayo Clinic remains strongly committed to its core values of Respect, Integrity, Compassion, Healing, Teamwork, Innovation, Excellence, and Stewardship (RICH TIES).
Philanthropy is instrumental in realizing Mayo Clinic’s goals and delivering on the Institution’s primary value: the needs of the patient come first. The Department of Development is instrumental in this journey aligning the philanthropic strategy and approach toward funding institutional top priorities.
As a critical member of the Department of Development Management Team, the Division Chair will lead a team of highly skilled development officers to qualify, engage, solicit, and steward Mayo Clinic’s prospects and generous donors in the eastern United States. Additionally, this role will serve as the department’s primary leadership representative on Mayo Clinic’s Florida campus and as a member of the Florida administrative management team.
The Division Chair will play a leadership role in the evolution of Mayo Clinic’s philanthropic model to ensure it maximizes philanthropic impact to fulfill Mayo’s Bold. Forward. vision for the future of healthcare. To maintain relevancy in a rapidly changing environment, the Division Chair will advance the department’s integration of evolving digital engagement opportunities with traditional face-to-face interactions to build meaningful donor relationships and enhance Mayo Clinic’s “category of one” fundraising success.
A Bachelor’s degree plus a minimum of 10 years of fundraising experience with at least five years of management experience or a Master’s degree plus eight years of fundraising experience with at least five years of management experience in a large, complex organization is required. Capital campaign and volunteer management experience is preferred.