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Senior Principal Gifts Officer

Mayo Clinic
Remote or Rochester, Minnesota

As a global authority in medicine, Mayo Clinic is creating the future of healthcare. When patients need answers for rare, serious and complicated conditions, they come to Mayo Clinic. For more than 150 years, it has been the destination where complex medical questions are finally answered. Putting the needs of the patient first, Mayo Clinic inspires hope and contributes to health and well-being by providing the best care to every patient through integrated clinical practice, education and research.

Mayo Clinic is one of the largest not-for-profit, academic health systems in the U.S., with $12 billion in annual revenues and 63,000 employees. It operates in five states and cares for more than one million people a year, from all 50 states and nearly 140 countries. Mayo Clinic is ranked #1 in the world by Newsweek and # 1 in the nation by U.S. News and World Report.

The Opportunity

The Senior Principal Gifts Officer will develop and implement fundraising strategies and activities for institutional prospects with the capacity to give at the $5 million level and above. Partnering with the Associate Chair of Principal Gifts, Department Chair and other institutional leaders, s/he will manage a portfolio of approximately 75 prospective principal benefactors. The Senior Principal Gifts Officer will keep abreast of clinical, research, education and administrative initiatives across Mayo Clinic and be an effective spokesperson and representative for Mayo Clinic.

This will be a rewarding role for a highly experienced development professional to build and nurture support for a renowned institution; the Senior Principal Gifts Officer will be key to advancing the institution’s unparalleled expertise in patient care, innovative research to meet patient needs and medical education to train the healthcare workforce of tomorrow.

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