The Partners in Care Foundation collaborates with innovative health care
and social service organizations, educational institutions and funders to
develop projects and models of care that achieve high impact in changing
the way services are delivered. Through developing collaboratives,
working research and demonstration projects and technical assistance, we
help organizations to improve the delivery of home and community-based
services to meet the needs of the chronically ill.
Partners in Care Foundation requires ongoing and sustainable funding
through public and private foundations, individuals, corporations, and
appropriate capital campaigns to support this work, as well as several
direct service safety net programs to address the current gaps in access to
needed home and community-based services for those in crisis.
Location: San Fernando, California
Working in concert with the Vice President of Development, the Director
of Development will oversee and coordinate the cultivation and
stewardship of donors through the pipeline. This will include
researching donor profiles, updating Raiser’s Edge information, and
matching interests to specific programs of Partners in Care. This
portfolio includes researching new donor prospects with related
areas of interest. Donor files need to be updated relative to moves
management, communications, and notes appropriately updated.
This position will be responsible for a specified portfolio regarding the
annual tribute dinner and identification, cultivation and solicitation of
gifts from individual and corporate donors and other activities
appropriate to obtaining strong support and maintaining secure,
positive relationships with current and prospective donors. This position
also works closely with the Communications/public relations leadership
group to maximize Partners’ image to potential and current donors.
Responsibilities and Duties:
Supervision of Development Associate
Cultivate/steward donors through pipeline
Make sure all donors are apprised of the “corporate matching fund” list
Assemble prospect research relevant to donor histories, abilities and conversations
Research other opportunities that have aligned focus
Update donor files relative to moves management, priorities and notes/updates
Develop and maintain donor acquisition and donor renewal
Become an integral part of sponsorships and other assigned tasks for tribute dinner
Work closely with Development team
Qualifications and Requirements:
Minimum of five years of experience in non-profit Development coupled with a demonstrated record of accomplishments of success. This individual will have strong skills in terms of solicitation and stewardship.
Self-motivated and able to demonstrate individual initiative. The ability to control and move forward on several priorities simultaneously. This includes switching priorities as required, without losing momentum.
The ability to articulate the many faces of Partners in Care Foundation’s development program.
Experience working with donor databases and development software.
Solid organizational skills blended with a high degree of creativity with regard to fund development activities.
Strong communication skills, both oral and written.
Possess high work standards and proven track record in meeting or exceeding stated goals.
Builds trust with others through authentic commitment and high ethical standards.
Possess professionalism and ability to perform under pressure.
A Bachelor’s degree required in a related field.
“Equal Opportunity Employer /Minorities/Women/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities/Gender Identity/Sexual Orientation”
About Partners in Care
Our Mission Statement Partners shapes the evolving health system by developing and spreading high value models of community care and self-management Our Values Partnership: we work respectfully with those we serve and with public and private providers, agencies and funders Innovation: our efforts focus on new ways to effectively promote healthy behaviors and establish supportive services that enable patients’ optimum function in community settings Impact: we create easily replicable models of care and work for their broad adoption