Associate Director of Development, Major Gifts Main Line Health Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital- Malvern, Pennsylvania
Be you. Be respected. Be limitless. Be seen.
As the Associate Director of Development, Major Gifts at Main Line Health’s Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital, you will be seen as:
A difference maker. Help us secure a bright future as you work alongside our Executive Director of Development to identify, source and secure major gifts and funding that will help our renowned Rehabilitation Hospital continue to expand its research, services, capabilities and facilities. This is a highly visible role that will allow you to build and cultivate relationships with key donor groups and philanthropists throughout the Philadelphia area, implement and manage programs to secure funding and staff the Foundation Board’s Committees.
A person with great potential. That’s why we’ll invest in you so you can pursue advanced training and certifications through a tuition reimbursement program that offers up to $6,000 per year based upon your full or part-time status.
A valued collaborator and contributor. This is a role where you’ll work closely with hospital leadership, Foundation Board Members, donor groups, trusted vendors, volunteers, patients, families and physicians to help facilitate fundraising plans that will support our innovation, education and growth goals.
A unique member of our family.Our inclusive culture welcomes and celebrates diversity. Our family-like work atmosphere sees you for who you are, recognizes your distinct perspectives and allows you to use your unique talents. Working together, we gain a better understanding of the humanity we serve, and we become united in one common purpose: to deliver superior human care and service.
This full-time career-defining opportunity offers excellent compensation, inclusive health and retirement benefits and position-specific benefits, including up to six weeks of PTO per year, free parking and employee discounts for various activities, services and vendors.
The successful candidate should have a bachelor’s degree and at least three years’ applicable fundraising experience including managing major gift portfolios, volunteers and staff. Candidates with working experience in a health care setting or with an organization that conducts large annual fund-raising programs are preferred. We are seeking individuals who excel at building and nurturing relationships, demonstrate strong team building and leadership traits and excel at identifying funding opportunities.