Sr. Philanthropy Advisor

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National healthcare system delivering world-class patient care

SUMMARY AND PURPOSE OF POSITION:
The Sr. Advisor, Philanthropy, is responsible for developing and implementing the fundraising strategy across the designated market or service line within the OhioHealth system.

SCOPE OF POSITION:
The Sr. Advisor, Philanthropy, reports to the Sr. Director, Philanthropy, OhioHealth Foundation. This position will work with the leadership of care site or service line identified. This position is responsible for the overall direction, coordination, and implementation of fundraising programs for the service line and market region.

Organizational impact of position (fiscal and/or service): Fundraising dollars, annual goal. Approximately $7-10 million.

BEHAVIORAL COMPETENCIES:

MANAGEMENT AND NON-MANAGEMENT
Mission and Cardinal Value: Models organizational mission and values through daily actions, decision making and priority setting; treats others in a manner which honors their dignity and worth.

Leadership: Sincerely strives to serve the needs of those with whom he/she works; builds relationships based on integrity; acknowledges mistakes and accepts accountability for work and actions; strives for continuous improvement both personally and professionally; recognizes achievements of others.

Stewardship: Demonstrates keen commitment to cost effectiveness and sound business practices.

Service and Quality: Serves others with compassion and respect; honors others’ choices, whenever possible; strives to deliver services that set community standards.

Decision Making: Makes decisions based on best information at the time; explains decisions to others and honors them; acts in a timely fashion; demonstrates flexibility and creativity in finding solutions; takes appropriate risks.

Communication: Relates to others in an honest, straightforward fashion; listens with a sincere attempt to understand and values divergent points of view; open to new ideas and embraces change.

Diversity: Demonstrates commitment to valuing individual needs and abilities both in the people we serve and in the workplace.

MANAGEMENT ONLY
Managing for Performance: Directs the activities of others in department or unit to achieve highest levels of performance; communicates expectations, provides feedback and holds others accountable for their contributions; completes staff reviews within expected time frames.

Critical Thinking: Effectively analyzes problems and develops well-reasoned solutions; recognizes and validates assumptions, collects information and draws meaningful inferences.

Systems Thinking: Understands and effectively works within OhioHealth and its partner agencies; works effectively within the constraints of the system’s formal and informal structures; does not create cost savings in his/her area of responsibility to the detriment of the system as a whole or other OhioHealth entities or departments.

Developing Others: Contributes to the personal and professional growth of others through feedback, coaching and support.

INFORMATION SECURITY:
Maintains confidentiality of log-on password(s) and security of other authentication devices (e.g., key fobs, proximity devices, etc.).

Ensures privacy and security of information entrusted to their care.

Uses company business assets and information resources for management-approved purposes only.

Adheres to all information privacy and security policies, procedures, standards, and guidelines.

Promptly reports information security incidents to the OhioHealth Information Security Officer.

MAJOR DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES AND ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
20%: Care Site/Service Line and Market Fundraising Strategy Development and Implementation – Directs OhioHealth’s strategy for fundraising programs that are implemented across the respective care site/service line. Collaborates with the Philanthropy Advisor team to assess the local market and to develop strategies and plans that maximize both healthcare system strengths and care site/service line needs and strengths. Ensures that fundraising programs are coordinated with the Foundation’s strategy.

60%: Foundation Program Development, Planning and Execution – Leads the cultivation, education, solicitation and stewardship cycle for designated area of oversight. Responsible for achieving fundraising goal for the care site/service line through programs and moves management activities. Directs the development of care site/service line fundraising programs, including annual campaigns, the grateful patient program and major gift strategy to be implemented in coordination with system and service area teams. Ensures that programs are consistent with the OhioHealth Foundation case for support and the overall fundraising strategy. Oversees program integration and functionality with internal departments (e.g., marketing, finance) throughout designated market.

20%: Management of assigned members of Foundation philanthropy advisor team, onboarding, engagement and oversight of care site, development board and its activities.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
BA/BS in business management, human behavior sciences, philanthropy or related field

SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE
Deep knowledge of fundraising practices and technical skills, recognized as an expert within their field and requires in depth and/or breadth of expertise in own job discipline and board knowledge of other job disciplines within the organization function (e.g., philanthropic models and practices, major gift practices, annual fundraising practices, direct mail programs, social media fundraising techniques, capital campaign practices, planned giving programs and practices, legal implications of fundraising).

Excellent interpersonal communication skills including the ability to represent the Foundation to influential business and philanthropic community leaders; writing, presentation, and negotiation skills.

Ability to think strategically and creatively and to develop appropriate plans to achieve results (both organizational and financial). Contributes to the development of organization functional strategy.

Problem solving, time management, prioritization, planning and organizational skills. Solves unique problems that have a broad impact on the business.

KIND AND LENGTH OF EXPERIENCE
Eight years of successful development and fundraising experience with proven abilities to develop and implement fundraising plans and programs that achieve successful financial targets.

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS:

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
Graduate level degree in philanthropic studies, psychology, sociology, business administration, healthcare administration, or a related discipline

CFRE Certification or other designation (FAHP, CAP, AFAHP, etc.)

SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE
Healthcare philanthropy experience, management experience

KIND AND LENGTH OF EXPERIENCE
Experience as a philanthropy officer or philanthropy executive

Experience with a large healthcare organization

AGE SPECIFIC CARE COMPETENCIES:
Knowledge and application of growth and development principles.

Utilization of effective communication strategies. Implementation of specific technical factors.

AGE GROUPS SERVED
-Adolescent 12-18 Years of Age
-Adult 18-65 Years of Age
-Older Adult 65+ Years of Age

PHYSICAL DEMANDS BY POSITION:
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to walk; sit; and use hands to finger, handle, or feel. The employee is occasionally required to stand; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, and color vision.

Please indicate activities applicable to this position and their level of frequency by using the following scale, where:
1 = Rarely, 2 = Occasionally, 3 = Frequently, 4 = Consistently
Walking = 2
Sitting = 3
Pushing = 1
Pulling = 1
Climbing = 1
Stooping = 1
Kneeling = 1
Standing = 2
Reaching = 1
Manual Dexterity = 1
Use of Hands = 1
Talking = 3
Lifting over 50 pounds = 1
Lifting under 50 pounds = 1
Hearing – Conversation = 3
Hearing – Other Sounds = 2
Vision – Acuity Near = 2
Vision – Acuity Far = 2
Vision – Color Vision = 2

WORK ENVIRONMENT:
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is (1, 2, 3 or 4) exposed to:
Wet or humid conditions (non-weather) = 1
Moving mechanical parts = 1
Work in high, precarious places = 1
Fumes or airborne particles = 1
Toxic or caustic chemicals = 1
Outdoor weather conditions = 2
Extreme cold (non-weather) = 1
Extreme heat (non-weather) = 1
Risk of electrical shock = 1
Work with explosives = 1
Risk of radiation = 1
Vibration = 1

Level of noise typical in the work environment for this job:
__ VERY QUIET conditions
X- QUIET conditions
__ MODERATE noise
__ LOUD noise
__ VERY LOUD noise

OSHA BLOOD BORNE PATHOGEN EMPLOYEE EXPOSURE CATEGORIES (One category must be checked):
CATEGORY I: _____
Employees whose job functions involve routine or potential exposure to blood, body fluids or tissues. (Direct patient care jobs)
CATEGORY II: _____
Employees whose job functions involve no routine exposure to blood, body fluids or tissues, but employment may require performing unplanned Category I tasks. (Indirect patient care jobs, i.e., unit clerk, pastoral care, etc.)
CATEGORY III: __X__ Employees whose job functions involve no exposure to blood, body fluids or tissues, and Category I and II tasks are not a condition of employment.

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