Director, Foundation (Philanthropy)
The Director is responsible for planning, implementing, and managing a comprehensive program for ongoing fundraising and donor relations, increasing public awareness of the Foundation through community service programs, and assisting in the development of long-range plans for the future benefit for GCMC. The Director implements a total development program to advance the goals of the Cortland Memorial Foundation. The Director of the Cortland Memorial Foundation is a member of the Guthrie Resource Development team and furthers Guthrie's mission by securing philanthropic support for the Cortland Memorial Foundation and the Guthrie Cortland Medical Center (GCMC). Guthrie Cortland Medical Center is part of Guthrie, a $1 billion integrated health system with a medical group of 590 providers, and five hospitals employing 6,000 individuals in central New York State and northeastern Pennsylvania.
- Recently, the Foundation successfully completed a $2.7 million + campaign in support of the Renzi Cancer Center at Guthrie Cortland Medical Center.
- Supportive work environment, promotes work-life balance and allows for flexibility
- With access to technology and resources such as RENXT, ResearchPoint, Crescendo Integrated Marketing, Constant Contact, and more, the Director will be well-positioned to make data-driven decisions and achieve success.
Director, Foundation (Philanthropy) Education Requirements:
BS or BA in business, communications or marketing or comparable degree. Certified Fund Raising (CFRE) credential is plus
Director, Foundation (Philanthropy) Experience Requirements:
4 to 5 years of experience in fundraising preferably with experience in a healthcare setting. Proven excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills. Attention to detail, organizational and planning ability, ability to work independently with minimum supervision, ability to work within a budget and meet deadlines. Familiarity with computers and computer applications. Prior training and experience with Microsoft Programs, Raiser's Edge, and Quick Books is preferred. Grantsmanship experience also applicable.