Foundation Director

By: Edgerton Hospital Capital Foundation

Job Summary:

Edgerton Hospital Capital Foundation, Inc. (EHHS) is the not-for-profit, tax exempt, charitable arm of Edgerton Hospital & Health Services, raising, investing, granting, and stewarding gifts. The Foundation Director is responsible for current and prospective major, corporate and planned giving donors.  The Director executes various development initiatives for EHHS and is responsible for reaching annual contact and revenue goals through prospect identification, cultivation, proposal development, solicitation, recognition, and stewardship. 
Required Qualifications/ Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

Bachelor's degree and minimum of five years of professional experience in the development  field as well as experience in a complex organization, hospital, health care system, or non-profit organization.

Ability to connect with business, non-profit community leaders; exemplary oral, written and public speaking communications skills; ability to work in committee, team and group settings; ability to work independently; ability to compassionately connect to patient experience;  comfort level with senior Executives, CEOs, Board of Directors and Community Leaders and Hospital’s employees; excellent analytical, organizational, and follow-through skills; strong interpersonal skills necessary in working with external and internal constituencies;  strong computer, excel and prospect database management as well as strong social media skills; ability to work effectively with all levels of Hospital personnel and volunteers; high level of motivation, creativity and problem solving; high level of independence and determination to successfully complete all steps of a major gift cycle; maintain at all times a high level of respect, courtesy and dignity for all and honor the inviolability of ethical behavior, honesty and integrity in all that you do; ability to be fearless and have fun.

Preferred Qualifications: CFRE or advanced degree; Capital campaign/Planned Giving/Major Gifts fundraising experience; experience in grateful patient development approach; experience with retirement demographic; experience with patient community with significant health issues.

How to Apply:

Applicants can apply by submitting a cover letter and informational curriculum vitae by email to:

No phone calls please.

FTE: 1.0 (40 hours per week); Work Schedule: Monday - Friday with early morning, evening and weekend events as necessary.

Compensation: Commensurate with experience

Site Address: 11101 N. Sherman Road, Edgerton, WI 53534