The Children’s Home of Cincinnati is a private, nonprofit organization and a leading provider of education and mental health treatment for children facing significant social, behavioral and learning challenges. Since 1864, The Children’s Home of Cincinnati has provided services and programs that transform the lives of children and their families. We are funded through a combination of program fees, government and granted funds, donations, and investment revenue.
Definition and Primary Objective:
The Leadership Giving Officer is responsible for developing, implementing and managing major giving programs while also executing the strategic processes of grant acquisition and grant management; and serving as a central member of agency capital campaign initiatives.
The Leadership Giving Officer must sustain positive and mutually-rewarding relations between the Agency and its donors; partner with members of the Advancement and Executive teams to determine best strategies for effective solicitation and stewardship of donors; and maintain ongoing and active networking with internal and external constituencies including foundations and corporations.
The Leadership Giving Officer directly reports to the Vice President of Advancement and Community Engagement (VPACE) and works collaboratively and strategically with the agency President/CEO, other executives, board members, fundraising professionals, employees and other campus leaders.
Minimum Education, Experience and Other Skill Requirements:
The Leadership Giving Officer shall be a person with at least five years in major or planned gift fundraising, or related experiences, and a Bachelor’s degree who has a dynamic personality, is organized, well-rounded, engaging, possesses a strong commitment to quality work, and one who is people-centered.
Interested applicants can apply here.