Do you have strong program management skills and excellent writing and communication skills? Are you an initiative taker who collaborates well with boards, donors, foundation and agency representatives? Is fund sourcing, development and implementation one of your key skill sets? Are you passionate about finding opportunities to financially support the medical community through a professional membership association? If so, our Program and Development Manager position may be a good fit for you.
The American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians (ACOFP) is seeking a Program and Development Manager to help build and manage the philanthropic, non-dues revenue program for its Education and Research Foundation and support the ACOFP organization to secure increased investment from private, corporate and family foundations and government funding agencies. In this role, the Manager will manage daily operations of the Foundation and come alongside the Board of Directors and the Executive Director to support the organization's strategic initiatives.
The American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians is a professional medical association that represents more than 18,000 practicing osteopathic family physicians, residents and students throughout the United States. Located in Arlington Heights, ACOFP champions a holistic, family-focused approach to primary care and supports its members by providing resources such as education, networking and advocacy, while putting patients first. Every day we look to make a positive contribution to our members and, as a result, the patients they serve. Please visit our website at www.acofp.org and our foundation at www.acofpfoundation.org.
HOW YOU'LL SERVE:
Inform, support and monitor related actions of the strategic and annual operating plans for both the ACOFP and the Foundation. Identify annual funding priorities for the ACOFP and Foundation
Lead the development and execution of the ACOFP and Foundation's philanthropic, non-dues revenue producing program engaging private, corporate, and family foundations, individual member donors, and government funding agencies
Lead and administer the Foundation's grantmaking programs (e.g., grant application process, assessment, reports, communication with applicants and potential applicants, etc.). Ensure timely payout of approved grants and collection of committed funds
Manage tracking and information management for grants awarded by ACOFP and/or the Foundation
Capture, analyze, and report key performance metrics on philanthropic efforts to ensure processes and outcomes align with strategy and goals
Develop and implement a stewardship strategy to ensure that philanthropic partners and individual donors feel appreciated, connected to and invested in the mission and vision of ACOFP and the Foundation
Manage the development of conceptual projects needing funding in partnership with leadership, staff and subject matter experts
Develop funder prospectus and reference documents
Proactively identify funding opportunities that support ACOFP's and/or the Foundation's strategic priorities
Partner with leadership and staff to develop resources and create a culture of philanthropy throughout the membership
Ensure the development of thorough and professional grant proposals
Develop and manage a system to track prospective funders, opportunities and applications
Manage general administration of Foundation operations, in partnership with other assigned staff
Partner with the Communications Department to ensure timely and effective communications, annual report, and other communications and outreach activities, including the Foundation website
Develop and manage related budgets in concert with Executive Director and Director of Finance & Administration
Manage assigned committees, ad hoc workgroups and task forces; supervise assigned contractors
WHAT WE REQUIRE:
5+ years of experience in foundation and/or professional association environment; medical association experience preferred
Bachelor's degree in a related field (or equivalent experience) required
Expert project management and documentation expertise, including the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously
Knowledge of and proficiency with association management systems preferred
Strong financial management skills
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Excellent collaboration and initiation skills
WHAT WE OFFER:
We offer a competitive salary, as well as great benefits, including: generous paid time off and medical benefits, disability, life and a 401(k) plan with employer match. This is just a snapshot of what ACOFP has to offer.
Interviews and Job Location: Onsite
HOW TO APPLY:
If interested, please forward your resume, along with a cover letter, by clicking the apply button.
American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Internal Number: 163291
About American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians
ACOFP is a community of current and future family physicians that champions osteopathic principles and supports its members by providing resources such as education, networking and advocacy, while putting patients first.