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Cedars-Sinai Project Associate, Constituent Relations (Per Diem) in Los Angeles, California

Align yourself with an organization that has a reputation

for excellence! Cedars Sinai was awarded the National Research Corporation’s

Consumer Choice Award 19 times for providing the highest-quality medical care

in Los Angeles. We also were awarded the Advisory Board Company’s Workplace of

the Year. This annual award recognizes hospitals and health systems nationwide

that have outstanding levels of employee engagement. Join us! Discover why U.S.

News & World Report has named us one of America’s Best Hospitals.

Whatyou will be doing in this role:

With limited super supervision, the Project Associate, Constituent Relations, Per Diem is responsible for performing specialized

administrative work and coordinating functions for their respective service

line/unit. They also serve as a point of contact and link between employees,

internal departments, and external parties, including vendors, donors, and

customers. You will:

Manage specific fundraising service line, unit, area or

other tribute fundraising campaigns.

In coordination with other staff (Project Manager), draft

donor correspondence, gift agreements and departmental/project one sheets, as

well as gather background and giving history on major gift donors for

fundraising strategies/cultivation.

Coordinate VIP donor activities, including drafting briefing

memos, prospect biographies and giving history, etc. Encourage attendance at

donor meetings/events, including follow-up.

Work with Patient Relations on specific donor requests.

May interact with Purchasing, Finance and vendors handling

internal requisitions, (i.e., inventory requests for office supplies, utilizing

Peoplesoft, and for processing check requests to ensure payments to vendors are

handled timely and effectively).

In coordination with other staff (Project Manager),

successfully execute and manage all aspects leading up to donor cultivation and

stewardship events; obtain content of donor impact reports, initiate detailed

outlines for annual service line/unit reports, as well as monitor and track

operating expenses/budgets.

In coordination with other staff (Project Manager), join

meetings related to donor stewardship strategies to maintain action plans and

follow-up.

May develop queries to enhance review of ongoing reports

needed by chairs of the departments and conduct ongoing audits of fund accounts

for the departments we service.

Thoroughly review all donor correspondence and mass mailing

lists for donor publications for accuracy; suggest edits to correspondence on

donor acknowledgements produced by Gift Administration team.

Serve as liaison with other internal departments that

support major gift initiatives (i.e., work closely with Donor Relations to

update donor digital wall and on distribution of major donor benefits; work

with Foundation team to ensure newly awarded grants are captured and recoded in

Raiser’s Edge (new project accounts); work with Research Administration,

Finance and departmental research teams to ensure grant proposals and budgets

receive proper internal approvals prior to submission.

Schedule meetings with internal staff and donors. Draft

agendas and make copies, coordinate food orders, order AV, create name tents,

etc. Ensure smooth running of meeting.

May serve as Kronos editor, providing informational

services, reliable backup editing, double check and sign off for respective

service line/unit.

Requirements:

Education:

High school diploma or GED required. College Diploma in

business, public health or a related area preferred.

Experience:

A minimum of 2 years' office and administrative experience

is required.

Prior experience in a healthcare setting or higher-education

institution is preferred.

A minimum of 3 years' experience related to donor relations,

fundraising or development is highly preferred.

Whywork here?

We take pride in hiring the best, most passionate employees.

Our accomplished staff reflects the culturally and ethnically diverse community

we serve. They are proof of our commitment to creating a dynamic, inclusive

environment that fuels innovation.

Cedars-Sinai is an EEO employer. Cedars-Sinai does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of the race, religion, color, national origin, citizenship, ancestry, physical or mental disability, legally protected medical condition (cancer-related or genetic characteristics or any genetic information), marital status, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, pregnancy, age (40 or older), military and/or veteran status or any other basis protected by federal or state law.

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