As I mentioned before, this series of posts will focus on titles, and I will be breaking out titling by categories in the non-profit sector. First we had big public universities and now we will look at urban medical centers (note: none of the cases used were Academic Medical Centers or Health Systems) . I looked at the frontline staffing for 4 hospitals and mapped out the titles that were used. The full chart is below.
A few things of interest:
- There was more variety and volume with titles with “senior” or “executive”.
- There seems to be a lot more weight of senior titles here than we found in higher ed.
- Frontline fundraising staff totals for the five institutions I chose ranged from 10-18.
- It was more difficult to map seniority and career ladders at each institution. There are fewer clear steps between career stages in titles.
What do you think? Any surprises?