About the Department
At the University of Minnesota Foundation (UMF), our mission is to connect passion with possibility, inspire generosity, and support greatness at the University of Minnesota by placing donors at the heart of everything we do and every decision we make. UMF is a nonprofit organization responsible for raising and managing gifts to the University of Minnesota.
There has never been a more exciting time to pursue a career at UMF as we make strong headway toward reaching our goal of $4 billion in the historic Driven fundraising campaign. Join our dynamic team and be part of making discovery happen!
For more information about UMF and our Driven campaign, visit https://give.umn.edu/about-umf.
About the Job
This position is responsible for private sector fundraising from several different constituencies for the Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota, the Hematology Oncology Division within the Medical School and the M Health Fairview Oncology Service Line. Constituencies include: grateful patients and their families; annual donors; community partners; corporations; private foundations; and; other friends of the cancer center.
The primary responsibilities of the Development Officer include cultivating and securing significant philanthropic support for basic and clinical research, assisting in the ongoing grateful patient and family giving in several clinical oncology divisions, and developing a pipeline of new donors through the discovery and cultivation of annual donors with the goal of increasing giving to a major gift level. The Development Officer works closely with staff and faculty members as well as administration and development colleagues across the University of Minnesota.
How To Apply:
Applications must be submitted online through the U of M Careers site. To submit your application, please follow this link: https://hr.myu.umn.edu/jobs/ext/338836. If you have any difficulties or questions while applying feel free to contact Andrew Hanson, HR Generalist at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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