Non-Clinical Careers at Lifespan

Senior Development Officer - Annual Giving and Special Events Job

Job Number: LCS15373

Job Title: Senior Development Officer for Annual Giving and Special Events

Department: Development Office - 0014850

Facility: Bradley Hospital

Location: East Providence, RI

BASIC KNOWLEDGE: Equivalent to a Bachelor’s Degree in management, marketing, public relations, or a related field. EXPERIENCE: Five to seven years related professional experience in development field, including event management and experience in individual gift cultivation and solicitation, as well as history of success in annual giving program implementation, preferably in a healthcare setting. Experience with donor database and pipeline tracking.

Experience must demonstrate high level of oral and written communication skills. Strong computer information management skill preferred with a working knowledge of word processing, spread sheet and data base management applications (Raiser’s Edge preferred.) Experience should also demonstrate effectiveness in budget preparation and time management.
Excellent analytical, organizational and communications skills required. Excellent interpersonal skills necessary to effectively interact with various external constituencies.
Under general supervision of the Chief Development Officer of Bradley Hospital, the Senior Development Officer for Annual Giving and Special Events, plans, organizes, coordinates and implements special fundraising events for the Hospital and its affiliate programs at Gateway Healthcare. The Senior Development Officer also coordinates and implements annual giving programs, including direct mail, giving societies, and individual annual giving for the hospital and said programs. Assumes responsibility for systems, tracking and tactical program management for corporate sponsorships as well as gifts that provide a pipeline of donors for the hospital’s major, planned and campaign giving. Ensures activities support the individual hospital and program branding and are consistent with the central Lifespan message.