Director of Development: Mütter Museum & Historical Medical Library at The College of Physicians of Philadelphia

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About the Position

The Director of Development will join a talented fundraising team and will be primarily responsible for managing The College of Physicians’ overall giving efforts. Reporting to the Vice President of Development, the Director of Development is also responsible for cultivating, stewarding, and securing mid-level gifts while expanding the donor pipeline.

Primary Responsibilities

· Maintain and grow a portfolio of mid-level donors/prospects ($1,000-$9,999). Manage the entire life cycle of giving, including identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of these donors and prospects.

· Serve as Campaign Manager to help support efforts to raise $50 million for The College of Physicians to renovate the newly acquiring property at 2129 Chestnut Street and expand programming across the campus.

· Oversee Annual Fellowship Dues and work closely with the Vice President of Fellowship and the Development Team to cultivate and invigorate the College Fellows Program through events and communications.

· Manage endowment and Campaign stewardship including pledge reminders and stewardship reports.

· Maintain donor recognition and underwriting listings and ensure electronic and printed recognition materials are accurate.

· Attend select donor calls with the CEO, the Vice President of Development, Campaign Consultants, and the Executive Director, Mütter Museum and Historical Medical Library as needed.

· Work closely with the Manager of Development Operations and Manager of Annual Giving & Membership on the identification and growth of the College’s overall Development pipeline to expand the size and scope of prospects.

· Coordinate with Development and Events staff on the execution of special events for donors and prospects throughout the year.

· Work with the Development team to consistently ensure up-to-date cash and revenue projections and reporting for all giving files.

· Assist in the cultivation and stewardship of patrons at all levels as needed through email communications, writing newsletter articles, entertaining, and other public-facing opportunities.

· Other duties, as assigned.

Education Level:

Bachelor Degree
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