Senior Director of Philanthropy – Shriners Children’s Mexico City

FIRST POSTED ON: January 12, 2024

JOB TYPE: Philanthropy Operations

Mexico City-MX

Shriners Children’s Mexico, part of an international pediatric health care system of hospitals, clinics, ambulatory surgery centers and global outreach, is looking for a strong bilingual candidate to lead the philanthropic efforts of their hospital. Shriners Children’s provides a full range of programs, services and support, caring for children in a welcoming, warm, reassuring environment.

Working closely with the Hospital Administrator and reporting to the Executive Director of Location Philanthropy, the new senior director of philanthropy will implement a comprehensive strategic plan for all fundraising activities from major gifts to annual fund and events for the Hospital.
This will include maintaining a robust portfolio with six- and seven-figure donors and prospects in pursuit of impactful fundraising targets, working in collaboration with Shriners Children’s headquarter staff, Mexico City’s administration and its Board of Governors to advance the philanthropy office, grow donor engagement, acquisition and stewardship, and support the overall philanthropic success.
All candidates must bring a mission-driven and community-minded approach to the role.

Qualifications

1. At least seven (7) years of progressively responsible fundraising experience with at least five (5) years’ experience working with major giving and planned giving programs.

2. A demonstrable track record of fundraising accomplishments is essential, including experience in building a major gifts program into a core component of philanthropic activity.

3. Experience closing major and planned gifts from individuals, a working knowledge of all planned giving vehicles and prior experience with Charitable Gift Annuities is essential.

4. A bachelor’s degree.

5. Previous personnel management experience required.

6. Preference for those experienced in healthcare philanthropy.

Shriner Children’s offers a competitive compensation package including medical benefits and significant professional development opportunities.

If interested, please contact Cathleen.parsonsnikolic@shrinenet.org or Gianna.DAmico@shrinenet.org for more details.