McLean Hospital is a comprehensive psychiatric hospital committed to providing easy access to superior quality, cost-effective mental health services in the Boston area, Massachusetts and beyond. Since 1811, McLean Hospital has been a world leader in the treatment of mental illness and chemical dependency, research into the cause of mental illness and the training of generations of mental health care providers. McLean's multidisciplinary programs treat a broad range of psychiatric illnesses across the full continuum of care.
Contribute your expertise to a mission-driven academic medical environment by joining McLean Hospital. Ranked the nation's top freestanding psychiatric hospital, McLean offers an exciting opportunity to be part of a cohesive and dedicated 18-person development team. Located on a beautiful 200-acre campus minutes from downtown Boston, McLean is a preeminent research and teaching hospital affiliated with and Mass General Brigham.
The Development Officer, Leadership Support and Operations will be an integral member of an 18-person fundraising department, providing day-to-day primary support for the Vice President/Chief Development Officer and Director of Development and participating in development operations projects. Job responsibilities focus on managing day-to-day workflow and special projects. The position requires a personable, energetic, detail-oriented individual who is eager to contribute through excellent interpersonal and written communication skills, project management and collaborative interaction with other members on staff.
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It is the policy of McLean Hospital to affirmatively provide equal opportunity to all qualified applicants for employment and existing employees without regard to their race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, ancestry, protected veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy or a condition related to pregnancy including, but not limited to, lactation or the need to express breast milk for a nursing child, or any other basis that would be in violation of any applicable law or regulation.