Resource Development Coordinator - COA Foundation

  • Birmingham, AL
  • Foundation and Development
  • Full-time - Day shift - 40 - Monday - Friday
  • Non Clinical Professional
  • Req #: 315616
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Job Summary
The Resource Development Coordinator is responsible for developing and implementing strategies to generate gifts from various constituencies on an annual basis to support the mission and vision of Children's of Alabama. A major responsibility of the individual who occupies this position will be to increase annual individual giving to the Hospital. This position reports directly to the Director of Development and will function as an integral part of the fund development team whose responsibilities include a wide range of programs to benefit the Hospital and works closely with other members of the Foundation staff and others in the Hospital to translate the Hospital’s mission and goals into substantial achievements in fundraising and the general advancement of the Hospital.

Responsibilities include:

Plan, coordinate and implement an annual giving program which serves the needs of the Hospital for unrestricted gift support using a variety of proven methods including personal solicitation enhanced by direct mail.

Develop solicitation materials which are tailored to the needs of the Hospital and which create a positive image relative to the mission and vision of the Hospital.

Coordinate the development of annual giving support with the fund development team to assure all gift prospects are approached in the most productive and cost-effective manner.

Work with the Operations team to develop a comprehensive set of tracking functions in Raiser’s Edge and use those tracking functions to determine the effectiveness of individual solicitations.

Provide current performance statistics from all mail solicitations including year to year comparisons and recommendations for improvement of results.

Develop plans and strategies for increasing annual giving revenues at the leadership gift levels through the implementation of a gift recognition club program (Family Friends & Century Club).

Coordinate with the Manager of Operations to assure that all donors who give at the appropriate levels are recognized for their leadership gifts through their inclusion in donor reports, gift club listings, etc.

Develop innovative approaches to annual giving which are designed to appeal to prospects such as a grateful patient program which encourages long-term participation in the annual giving program.

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • A minimum of 3-5 years of successful fundraising experience, preferably in a healthcare or educational setting; and a proven and verifiable track record of success in designing, implementing, and administering annual fund programs.

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Main Campus Children's of Alabama

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