The Society of General Internal Medicine is a national medical association of 3,000 members. Our mission is to cultivate innovative educators, researchers, and clinicians in academic general internal medicine who are leading the way to better health for everyone. We share an aspiration for a just system of care in which all people can achieve optimal health.
The fourfold goals of the Development Officer are 1) to raise funds, thereby meeting current and future revenue goals; 2) to know and apply best practices to the start of SGIM’s new development program: 3) to coordinate communications and other SGIM functions with development plans and activities and 4) to embed a culture of philanthropy throughout SGIM. This is a new part-time (20 hours per week) position. Currently, our staff is working virtually.
Design and implement the organization’s annual fundraising plan to meet annual revenue goals
Develop annual fundraising objectives, evaluation mechanisms and annual department budgets
Understand, adapt and manage the existing development plan until ready to plan for the next fiscal year
Develop and personally manage a donor pipeline of members
Successfully solicit and close pledges and gifts for the organization
Create a strategy for celebrating, recognizing, motivating, appreciating and stewarding philanthropy throughout SGIM
Help develop plans for soliciting support from corporate or foundation prospects as part of future efforts.
5-7 years of experience in frontline fundraising with individuals, foundations, corporations
Some experience participating in or planning and managing multi-year comprehensive campaigns preferred
Demonstrable track record of meeting and exceeding revenue objectives
Excellence in developing and maintaining major gifts relationships coupled with thorough knowledge of development best practices
Proven track record of closing five-seven figure pledges and gifts
Familiarity with database and other administrative functions related to development
Team builder and effective people manager
Innovative and collaborative approach to development strategies and practices
Demonstrated strong planning and leadership skills with the ability to prioritize tasks to achieve goals in a timely manner
Self-motivated with strong interpersonal, communication and organizational skills with coworkers, board members, donors, prospects and high net worth individuals
Strong writing and listening skills
Ability to thrive in an entrepreneurial, fast-paced environment
About Society of General Internal Medicine
The Society of General Internal Medicine (www.sgim.org) and the Association of Chiefs and Leaders of General Internal Medicine (www.acgim.net)are academic organizations which include researchers, educators and administrators from all medical schools and teaching hospitals. SGIM's mission is to cultivate innovative educators, researchers, and clinicians in academic general internal medicine, leading the way to better health for everyone.
-- High-value, evidence-based, person-centered, and community-oriented health care
-- Attention to population health outcomes and their social determinants
-- Excellence, innovation, and leadership in education, research, and clinical practice
-- Interdisciplinary collaboration and team-based care
-- Collegiality, mentorship, and career development
-- Diversity, equity, and inclusion
See if our vision and values align with yours at https://www.sgim.org/about-us/vision--values