Director of Annual GivingCompany: Children's Hospital of New Orleans
Date Posted: May 29, 2017
Children’s Hospital of New Orleans is a leader in Pediatric care throughout the Southeast region. We are seeking a Director of Annual Giving who will be responsible for the overall success of our annual giving programs.
Children's Hospital is a 247-bed, not-for-profit medical center offering the most advanced pediatric care for children from birth to 21 years. With over 40 pediatric specialties and more than 400 physicians, it is the only full-service hospital exclusively for children in Louisiana and the Gulf South. We invite you to experience the magic of Children's Hospital.
The Director of Annual Giving will be responsible for directing and administering all aspects of annual giving to include: direct mail; personal visitation and corporate engagement; donor recognition and stewardship. The Director is also responsible for identifying, cultivating and soliciting unrestricted annual giving at a leadership level through the Kids Fund ($5,000 - $25,000).
Bachelor’s Degree is required. Minimum of five (5) years fundraising experience and good organizational ability is necessary. Must be proficient in word-processing and spreadsheet software. Familiarity with fundraising software required (preference given to Raiser’s Edge). Strong written and personal communication skills are required.
As a member of our team, you will not only experience personal reward, you will also find tangible benefits for you and your family.
For additional information please visit our website at www.chnola.org, or contact Alicia Franck, Vice President of Development, Children's Hospital of New Orleans, 200 Henry Clay Avenue, New Orleans, LA, 70118, 504-896-9375, Alicia.Franck@LCMCHealth.org.
Children's Hospital is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, status as a protected veteran, or status as a qualified individual with disability.