Would leading fundraising for an organization
delivering life-saving medical equipment and supplies to the
neediest people in the world fulfill you?
If so, and if you have a strong track record of
facilitating the success of fundraising teams in non-profit
organizations from a wide variety of funding sources, you might be
a great fit with us as Vice President of Philanthropy. You’ll be
successful if you are an inspiring and collaborative leader that
lives by accountability for results, and are motivated by the
world-changing work we do every day.
We are the world’s largest distributor of donated
medical relief—touching the lives of children and families in more
than 135 countries since 1987. We are top-rated by Great Nonprofits
and the recipient of the GuideStar Exchange Platinum Seal and the
Charity Navigator Four-Star Rating. Learn more at https://projectcure.org/our-work/
What you can expect from us:
Opportunity to make a deep impact in the world.
Ability to help shape our organization as a key member
of our Leadership Team, reporting to the President, and partnering
with the VP of Operations and other key roles in the
A fantastic and caring Philanthropy Team coming from a
variety of experience and seniority levels, each with unique
talents and skills.
Support for your Professional Development.
What we’ll expect from you and what you'll be
Planning, overseeing, and executing a broad effort to
grow contributed revenue with your data-driven strategy that
facilitates our continued success in the donor-centered funding of
our expanding life-saving operations throughout the world.
Leading, collaborating with, inspiring, coaching,
mentoring, and growing the [hard and soft] skills of each member of
your team, with accountability for measurable results (OKRs), while
also celebrating their success.
Using your phenomenal intellectual curiosity, active
listening skills, resourceful creativity, and influence to identify
timely creative solutions to challenges with well-formulated
business cases and the ability to pivot and quickly implement/lead
Directing a fully integrated, cross-functional
philanthropy operation across the organization.
Constantly improving our culture to ensure this is the
best possible workplace for your team and co-workers.
Authorization to work in the U.S.
Demonstrated alignment with Project C.U.R.E.’s mission
and core values (https://projectcure.org/about-us/mission-values/),
and possession of the internal motivation and passion to address
the healthcare inequalities in the developing world in a
10+ years of experience leading
development/fundraising/philanthropy teams in non-profit
organizations from a wide variety of funding sources including
corporations (outside of in-kind support), foundations, government
grants, individuals, families, etc.
Proven record of cultivating securing, and stewarding
multi-million dollar revenue from multiple sources (individual
donors, corporations, foundations, government grants, etc.) and of
meeting and exceeding fundraising goals.
Strong computer literacy and Microsoft Office Suite
knowledge with the ability to work with / quickly learn software
such as Salesforce.com.
Ability to travel 25-30% (primarily to the variousUS
cities where our operations are based, as well as occasional trips
abroad to the Field)
Bachelor’s degree required, graduate experience
Base salary of $150K–$165K plus bonus of up to
$5K, and a generous health insurance plan; paid vacation and
holidays; and a 403(b) plan.
We are an equal opportunity employer and we value diversity at
our company. We do not discriminate against otherwise qualified
applicants on the basis of actual or perceived race, color, creed,
religion, ancestry, citizenship status, age, sex, marital status,
sexual orientation, national origin, disability or handicap,
veteran status, or any other characteristic protected
by applicable federal, state or local laws.