Charitable Giving Officer
Join the QEII Health Sciences Center Foundation (QEII Foundation) on an exciting journey as they search for an enthusiastic individual with three to five years of relevant experience to fill the role of Charitable Giving Officer. This opportunity goes beyond the conventional job experience; it serves as a gateway for innovation, actively advancing the positive impact on the lives of others. Your efforts will influence patient care, advance research, and elevate education at the QEII Health Sciences Centre. Join us as a trailblazer for positive change securing essential resources that are at the forefront of healthcare evolution and the well-being of individuals in Nova Scotia.
In this dynamic role, the chosen candidate will be instrumental in coordinating initiatives, with a particular focus on mid-range, 6 figure gifts. Working closely with team members, you will play a crucial part in various fundraising initiatives, contributing to the growth and success of the QEII Foundation. Picture the satisfaction of managing relationships with a diverse and passionate group of supporters, guiding them through the philanthropic process.
Step into a world of meaningful impact with the QEII Foundation. In harmony with principles such as openness, confidence, and fostering meaningful connections, the Foundation is dedicated to fostering genuine equity, diversity, and inclusion. They are devoted to fostering a culture that encourages healthy debate, embraces bold thinking, and thrives on innovative perspectives. The QEII Foundation wins as a team. They grow as a team. And they celebrate the moments as a team because when all else is stripped away, health matters most. Seize this chance to be an integral force in shaping the future of healthcare.
To learn more about the QEII Health Sciences Center Foundation please visit: https://qe2foundation.ca/
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