Director of Development, Neurosciences

California, United States
Competitive Salary
Nov 30, 2020
Dec 29, 2020
Employment Type
Full Time

The Aspen Leadership Group is proud to partner with Cedars-Sinai in the search for a Director of Development, Neurosciences.

Reporting to the Executive Director, Major Gifts, the Director of Development, Neurosciences will establish goals and create strategies and objectives for Neurosciences programs to drive philanthropy and activities that reflect the priorities of Cedars-Sinai. The Director will propel change by securing major gifts in support of Neurosciences programs and Cedars-Sinai and achieve short-term and long-term goals for various programs and activities in support of the priorities of Neurosciences programs and Cedars-Sinai. The Director will create, coach, and drive strategies for successes, opportunities, and challenges, and report on and make recommendations in accordance with the overall portfolio of oversight. The Director will design and implement strategic development plans that represent the organization's priorities, and will use available data to identify prospective donors, cultivate individuals in the prospect pool, maintain a well-designed and documented prospect portfolio, and participate in gift solicitations. The Director will oversee program management for programs in scope and will also provide leadership, guidance, and supervision to a team of professionals and support staff towards the accomplishment of campaign fundraising goals.

Cedars-Sinai is a nonprofit academic healthcare organization serving the diverse Los Angeles community and beyond. With pioneering medical research achievements, education programs defining the future of healthcare, and wide-ranging community benefit activities, Cedars-Sinai is setting new standards for quality and innovation in patient care. Cedars-Sinai serves more than 1 million people each year in over 40 locations, with more than 4,500 physicians and nurses and 1,500 research projects in motion.

Cedars-Sinai is committed to improving the health status of the communities it serves through leadership and excellence in delivering quality healthcare services; expanding the horizons of medical knowledge through biomedical research; educating and training physicians and other healthcare professionals; and striving to improve the health status of the community. Quality patient care is its priority. Providing excellent clinical and service quality, offering compassionate care, and supporting research and medical education are essential to its mission. This mission is founded in the ethical and cultural precepts of the Judaic tradition, which inspire devotion to the art and science of healing and to the care Cedars-Sinai gives its patients and staff.

Cedars-Sinai was founded on principles of equality, inclusion, and diversity and is committed to building and sustaining a diverse academic community. Diversity is one of Los Angeles's greatest strengths, and Cedars-Sinai is committed to celebrating both its differences and its similarities to create an inclusive culture for all. Diversity is one of the institutional values guiding the pursuit of the Cedars-Sinai vision: to enhance its position as the leading healthcare provider in the Los Angeles area and to rank highly among the nation's most respected, admired and trusted healthcare organizations.

The measure of Cedars-Sinai's success is reflected in patient satisfaction scores, increasing clinical performance initiatives, excellent medical outcomes, ongoing research and academic programs, and national designations and awards. Cedars-Sinai is ranked nationally in 12 specialties and has been named to the "Honor Roll" in U.S. News & World Report "Best Hospitals 2019-20." For the 20th year in a row, Cedars-Sinai has won NRC Health's Consumer Choice Award, Southern California's "gold" standard in healthcare information, for providing the highest-quality medical care in the Los Angeles region based on a survey of area households. cited Cedars-Sinai for its strong commitment in promoting equity and inclusion in the health system's operations, programs, services and staffing.

A bachelor's degree is required for this position as is ten years of fundraising or relevant experience in a large complex organization and/or medical healthcare facility with five years in department management with a team of direct reports. All applications must be accompanied by a cover letter and résumé. Cover letters should be responsive to the mission of Cedars-Sinai.

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