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Senior Philanthropy Officer

Concord Hospital

About Concord Hospital:

  • As a Charitable organization we exist to meet the health needs of individuals within the communities we serve.

  • New Hampshire is a great state in which to live, ranking very highly in terms of health, safety, low taxes, personal income, and livability.

  • NH offers a quality of life that is unsurpassed in the nation. This sounds like opinion, but it is backed up by fact. Check out how NH ranks in many national quality of life indicators – always in the top ten and often in the top three!

Benefits of a Full Time Permanent Position within Concord Hospital:

  • Competitive Compensation package
  • Fully funded pension plan (100% paid by Concord Hospital)
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Continuing education courses on site
  • State of the art Simulation Lab
  • Highly engaged staff according to Press Ganey
  • Nationally recognized for highest patient satisfaction rates
  • Unlimited professional growth
  • On site fitness center, child care and local farmers market

Reporting to the Concord Hospital Trust Executive Director, the Senior Philanthropy Officer is a philanthropy generalist and a member of the Trust leadership team.  Operating independently within defined goals and standards, the Senior Philanthropy Officer manages a portfolio of responsibilities including corporate cultivation, solicitation and stewardship, special event execution, individual donor and prospect relationship management, including cultivation and solicitation using a moves management approach. 

The Senior Philanthropy Officer will respond positively to annual financial and programmatic goals, developing and implementing dedicated activities to achieve those goals. As required, the Senior Philanthropy Officer recruits, trains and manages community volunteers to support the work of the Trust, assuring the most effective use of human resources and a high degree of volunteer engagement and satisfaction.

  • The successful candidate will possess a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree and 5 plus years in a dedicated fundraising experience in a variety of roles that represent progressively increased responsibility. 
  • They will also possess demonstrated ability to manage a portfolio of donors and donor prospects, moving them through the cycle of giving to solicitation onto stewardship and sustained and increased giving.  Documented outcomes resulting from personal, one-on-one asking for contributions. 
  • Previous staff or volunteer management experience required. Microsoft Office experience required.
  • Certified Fundraising Executive Status (CFRE) achieved or in process required.
How to Apply:

Please visit our website at to apply for this opportunity. Please include a cover letter and resume. 

For questions please contact Sharon Kritkausky, Talent Advisor, Concord Hospital at

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Date Added: August 28, 2017

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