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Working at Duke Health Development and Alumni Affairs (DHDAA) is about making a real difference in the world.
DHDAA is an integral part of Duke Health--a world-class organization dedicated to excellence in research, patient care and education. DHDAA drives Duke Health's philanthropic efforts, from identifying opportunities for individuals to support a host of health areas to facilitating transformational gift opportunities for donors. Our organization encompasses a full slate of resources and services, designed to support the department's donor-centric fundraising and includes dedicated staff for research, communications, donor relations, and events.
We take pride in being a place to work that encourages growth, teamwork, communication, recognition of achievement, and positive co-worker/supervisor relationships.
At Duke Health, diversity is one of our core values. We know that providing world-class healthcare depends on the exchange of ideas — which only happens when we draw out and draw upon the rich diversity of our backgrounds, cultures, identities and experiences.
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Working directly under the supervision of the Senior Associate Director of Development and with DCI Center leadership for DPUC, the Center for Cancer Immunotherapy, the DCI Sarcoma Center, and the DCI Center for Onco-primary care, this person will coordinate event planning, crowd sourcing, stewardship, communications and other philanthropic efforts for these DCI centers. They will develop biographical content around patients, physicians, researchers, staff as well as strategic programmatic descriptions for private and public investments. They will design and create content for training materials, fundraising websites, social media, and internal and external correspondence in line with other Duke Health and DCI priorities and platforms. Their primary customers will be the faculty and staff of DCI Centers and their supporters, but they will also assist in larger Duke Health and DCI initiatives as needed. They will also work with DCI IT support to create and maintain website and social media content. This position will be a member of the DCI Development Strategic Events and Community Engagement team.
Requisition # 236948
The Associate Gift Planning Advisor (AGPA) will provide administrative and fundraising support to the Office of Gift Planning and collaborate with colleagues across Duke Health Development & Alumni Affairs (DHDAA) to establish planned gifts. The role requires a highly motivated professional who will support DHDAA priorities with an emphasis on new prospect acquisition. Pipeline development is a key function of this role. The AGPA reports to the Director of Gift Planning.
Requisition # 236946
The Stewardship Staff Assistant reports to the Senior Director of Stewardship and provides high level administrative support to the Stewardship team of Duke Health Development and Alumni Affairs (DHDAA). In addition to ongoing tasks, this role will manage and complete special projects in support of the philanthropic goals of Duke Health, maintain confidential files and information, and demonstrate sound judgment when dealing with sensitive issues including donor and prospect records.
Requisition # 236561
This position is responsible for enhancing external relationships and building philanthropic pipelines through donor societies, strategic events and third-party fundraisers for Duke Children's. This position will engage a community of donors and volunteer fundraisers focused on raising dollars and awareness for Duke Children's. This individual will identify people and organizations interested in supporting unrestricted or programmatic dollars on behalf of Duke Children's and successfully support the pipeline for the Special and Major Gifts Programs.
Requisition # 236218
The Assistant Director of Development, Duke Health, reports to the Executive Director of Development, Duke Health and is responsible for fundraising primarily for gifts of $25k-$99k for the departments staffed by the Neuroscience and Behavioral Health (NSBH) grateful patient fundraising team supporting the Departments of Neurology, Neurosurgery, Neurobiology, Psychiatry and Behavioral Health, and The Preston Robert Tisch Brain Tumor Center. Serves as a member of the Neuroscience and Behavioral Health and Individual Giving fundraising team and helps donors see the relationship between patient care and the underlying science, research, and educational needs within Duke Health.
Requisition # 231880
The Director, Resident, Fellow, and Program Alumni, Duke University School of Medicine, is charged with developing and managing fundraising initiatives for residency, fellow, and program alumni, growing special and major gifts with these constituencies, and advising departments on best practices for engagement. The Director of Development reports to the Senior Director of Pipeline and Annual Giving programs and manages an Associate Director of Pipeline Programs and an Assistant Director of Pipeline Programs.
Requisition # 235684
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