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People who suffer burn injuries often have a challenging time getting back to living. Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors helps them do exactly that. Since 1977, the Phoenix Society has worked with survivors, families, healthcare professionals, fire service professionals and donors to support burn recovery, improve the quality of burn care, and prevent burn injuries.
We are the leading national non-profit organization helping survivors meet their challenges with the community support and the tools they need to thrive again. The Phoenix Society, based in Grand Rapids, Michigan, takes its name from the legendary bird that is consumed by flame but rises again, more vibrant than before.
Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to diversity and inclusivity; individuals of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
Associate Director of Philanthropy
Are you an outgoing, highly-organized professional who desires to make a meaningful impact in both your workplace and the greater community? The Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors is looking for an Associate Director of Philanthropy to join a growing team of development professionals charged with securing the vital resources necessary to advance the nation’s leading organization for burn survivors. This individual will work closely with the Director of Philanthropy to drive and support strategies to grow the organization’s fundraising program, including building the donor base, achieving strong annual fundraising results and enhancing donor stewardship and communications.
This position is responsible for managing the Raiser’s Edge and/or other CRM data system and processing and receipting all gifts made to the organization. The work involves complex data entry and reporting, which requires significant attention to detail. This position requires excellent computer skills and an understanding of relational databases. This position works highly independently assisting with assignments, questions, and feedback. This position regularly works with various departments to reconcile both data and financial reporting. These responsibilities are performed in an ethical manner consistent with the Phoenix Society’s mission, vision, and values which include diversity and inclusion.