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Associate Vice President, Individual Philanthropy Programs

Moffitt Cancer Center , Tampa, Florida

Moffitt Cancer Center is one of the nation’s top comprehensive cancer centers, exhibiting excellence in patient care, research, and education. One of the highest nationally ranked NCI designated cancer centers, Moffitt is one of only 51 National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers in the country.

Treating more than 65,000 patients annually from around the world, Moffitt is at the forefront of using personalized medicine and predictive modeling to treat cancer patients. Moffitt’s research programs focus on targeted areas of cancer diagnosis and treatment and regularly recruit scholars who have a profound interest in preventing, treating, and curing cancer.

Accelerating the pace of philanthropy to fuel Moffitt’s next 30 years – and beyond – is driving a major investment in building the Foundation team at this time with the goal of elevating Moffit’s already strong program to a preeminent fundraising operation that reflects the sophistication and excellence of the Moffitt Cancer Center.

The Opportunity

Moffitt Cancer Center seeks an experienced development leader to fill the newly created role of Associate Vice President (AVP). The AVP will have the opportunity to significantly grow critically important components of Moffitt’s fundraising program within the Foundation, impacting some of Moffitt’s most important priorities and projects including the building of a new hospital. The AVP will oversee three highly impactful fundraising programs including Individual and Family Giving, Annual Giving and Planned Giving. The AVP reports to the President of the Foundation and is responsible for operationalizing strategies and robust plans to meet ambitious financial goals for the Foundation and Moffitt Cancer Center.

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