Children's Hospital Boston AVP, Corporate Development in Boston, Massachusetts
64078BRJob Posting Title:AVP, Corporate DevelopmentDepartment:Children's Hospital Trust AutoReqId:64078BRStatus:Full-TimeStandard Hours per Week:40 Job Posting Category:Development/Fundraising, Trust and PhilanthropyJob Posting Description: The Assistant Vice President (AVP), Corporate Development serves as a senior member of the Corporate Development, Leadership Giving, and Events Team (CLE) to guide and lead all aspects of corporate development at Boston Children’s Hospital Trust. This role will be responsible for raising substantial philanthropic support from corporations/corporate foundations for designated hospital priorities and programs through all forms of corporate philanthropy including sponsorship and cause-related marketing. The AVP develops, directs, implements, and evaluates targeted strategies to identify, cultivate, solicit and steward major corporate donors. As part of the leadership team responsible for executing the Trust strategic plan, the AVP works closely with the highest levels of hospital leadership and serves as a key liaison to corporations to provide major gift support for the Hospital
This AVP, Corporate Development will:
Develop, direct and implement corporate development programs generating philanthropic revenue consistent with goals and priorities of the Hospital and the Trust.
Oversee the direction and coordination of the corporate development across all three corporate teams (sponsorship, cause-related marketing, and corporate philanthropy), ensuring the approach is collaborative, comprehensive, donor-centric, and compliant with hospital policies.
Develop strategy and implement plan to engage local, national, and global corporations to secure new philanthropic revenue, with an emphasis on growing corporate sectors such as life sciences, tech, and finance.
Work collaboratively with senior leadership, physicians, scientists, high-level volunteers, and development colleagues to identify, develop, and promote philanthropic projects and programs.
Build, manage and steward strong relationships with corporate community.
Partner with internal constituencies across the Hospital to strategically plan and oversee fundraising efforts/goal achievement for hospital priorities including research, community health, and EDI.
Supervise senior corporate leadership at Trust; providing ongoing training, mentoring, feedback to strengthen team/build capacity to secure and steward more corporate gifts.
Work in highly collaborative manner within and across Trust teams, particularly with other colleagues on CLE, foundation relations, major gifts, and communications to devise, facilitate and coordinate best strategies for donors and meet Trust goals.
To qualify, you must have:
Bachelor’s degree and minimum of 10 years of corporate fundraising experience.
Significant experience in cultivating, soliciting, closing, and stewarding seven and eight-figure gifts.
Analytical skills to resolve scientific, clinical, human resources, legal financial, or administrative problems that require the innovative application of the highest levels of specialized knowledge and/or develop financial and operating plans for one of the hospital's major departments/divisions.
Demonstrated success in building and managing a highly skilled staff towards executing a fundraising strategy and achieving goals.
Requires an understanding of the biomedical research and technology markets.
Ability to develop strong relationships and work effectively with Board members, corporate donors, and staff throughout the Trust and Boston Children’s community.
Excellent team-building skills, with demonstrated ability to lead, manage and motivate in a dynamic and demanding environment.
Commitment to Boston Children’s mission and its values, including equity, diversity, and inclusivity.
Boston Children’s Hospital offers competitive compensation and unmatched benefits, including an affordable health, vision and dental insurance, generous levels of time off, 403(b) Retirement Savings plan, Pension, Tuition Reimbursement, and discounted rates on T-passes (50% off). Discover your best.
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