Manager, Asian Program, St. Paul's Foundation

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada · St. Paul's Foundation

Description

About St. Paul’s Foundation

St. Paul’s Foundation raises funds for enhanced patient care, capital projects, equipment needs, research and teaching at St. Paul’s in Vancouver, B.C. Looking ahead to the new, state-of-the art St. Paul’s in 2022—and looking back, to our founding in 1894—the generosity of those in our community has made St. Paul’s the world-leading hospital it is today. www.helpstpauls.com


St. Paul’s Foundation is currently seeking a Manager, Asian Program to join its Development Team and augment its Asian Philanthropy Program. The successful candidate will be a high achiever with the ability to successfully navigate a complex organization in a solution-focused manner. The preferred candidate will have demonstrated success in major gift fundraising and personal solicitations, ideally within the Chinese community. Please note that the ability to speak Cantonese and/or Mandarin, as well as to read/write/type Chinese, is considered a strong asset for this role.


Accountability:

The Manager, Asian Program is responsible for managing and growing the Asian Philanthropy Program in support of Providence Health Care’s (PHC) residences, facilities and acute care sites including St. Paul’s Hospital, six seniors long term care homes and in particular, Mount Saint Joseph Hospital.


Reporting to the Director, Seniors and Residential Care, you will cultivate, solicit and oversee the stewardship of donors with a capacity to make a minimum $10K annual donation as they pertain to the Asian philanthropic community. As the Manager, Asian Program, you will be responsible for the effective development, implementation and execution of strategic major gift fundraising plans within this unique and diverse ethnic community as well as the management of an active fundraising portfolio consisting of 75 to 150 accounts. This role is also accountable for planning, executing and supporting the fundraising for the Foundation’s Feast of Fortune Gala and working closely with the Gala Committee to grow our fundraising efforts and engagement with the Chinese community.


Duties and Responsibilities:

Knowledge of St. Paul’s Hospital and Foundation:

Maintains a working knowledge of SPF’s mission and its programs including promotional activities to ensure the success of events and to enhance public awareness.

Requirements

Qualifications:

Benefits

St. Paul's Foundation offers a competitive compensation and benefit package.

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