PATH Seeks Philanthropy Officer in Seattle, WA or Washington – Join the Global Nonprofit’s Mission

PATH Seeks Philanthropy Officer in Seattle, WA or Washington – Join the Global Nonprofit’s Mission.

PATH, a global nonprofit dedicated to achieving health equity, is actively recruiting a Philanthropy Officer to join its Philanthropy team.

Based in Seattle, WA, or Washington, this role is part of PATH’s External Affairs division, playing a crucial role in mobilizing resources from individuals, corporations, and foundations.

The Philanthropy Officer will work with high-net-worth individuals and philanthropists to strengthen PATH’s resource mobilization efforts, aligning with the organization’s five-year philanthropy strategy.

PATH Seeks Philanthropy Officer in Seattle, WA or Washington – Join the Global Nonprofit’s Mission.

Collaboration, both internally and externally, is essential for success in this professional position, which requires an entrepreneurial spirit. Reporting to the Director of Private Sector Partnerships and Philanthropy, the Philanthropy Officer will be a key player in driving health equity on a global scale.


  •  Build, develop, prioritize, and cultivate a strong portfolio of philanthropic support from individuals. Implement individual and group cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship strategies for donors and prospects with the capacity to give $10K+.

  •  Support the Director of Philanthropy in all aspects of donor cultivation and stewardship with a focus on identifying new sources of catalytic investments and unrestricted and discretionary support.

  •  Develop tailored donor and market strategies specific to a managed portfolio of 125+ households.
  •  Support the Director of Philanthropy and Chief of External Affairs with planning and preparation for donor meetings and events.

  •  Effectively deploy and provide support to senior leadership and programmatic staff to engage high level donors.

  •  Work collaboratively with the Philanthropy and Marketing teams. Offer prospect strategy counsel to the executive team and staff who manage donor relationships.

  •  Continuously evaluate portfolio value and opportunity pipeline to inform revenue targets.

  •  Solicit major unrestricted and discretionary gifts and meet specific revenue goals.

Required Experience

  •  A minimum of five years of experience in a fundraising, business, sales, or client-facing role, ideally in a complex global business or not-for-profit organization with a record of quantified fundraising and partnership success.

  •  Experience in the global health, public health, or healthcare sectors is preferred.

  •  Must be a highly proactive, self-motivated individual with a professional track record of building donor relationships and closing gifts in the six-figure range.

  •  Demonstrated experience in identifying, cultivating, and securing partnerships with major donors.

  •  Excellent written, oral, and presentation communication skills with the ability to translate and articulate organizational priorities to high-net-worth supporters and in order to strengthen relationships between supporters and the organization.

  •  Possess strong interpersonal skills and an ability to navigate challenging and ambiguous situations to achieve goals and meet deadlines.

  •  Excellent organizational and problem-solving skills, and proficiency in prioritizing and meeting deadlines.

  •  Resourceful, with an ability to support and execute in the expansion and momentum of fast-paced, globally focused team in a high performing environment.

  •  Ability to work effectively in a team environment.

  •  Competency and proficiency using digital tools required for successful relationship management and cultivation, including CRM databases, preferably Salesforce.

Hybrid work

PATH operates within a hybrid workplace model unless otherwise noted. Hybrid employees must reside within commuting distance to one of our PATH offices.

PATH’s US offices are located in Seattle, WA; and Washington, D.C.

PATH is dedicated to building an inclusive workforce where diversity is valued.

PATH is an equal opportunity employer. Every qualified applicant will be considered for employment.

PATH does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, caste, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, age, national origin, marital status, disability status, political ideology, military or protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

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