Providence is calling an Executive Director of Foundation to Providence Child Center in Portland, OR.
The Regional Executive Director will generate significant financial support (a minimum of $3 million annually) to help meet the needs of Providence Women's and Children's Health in Oregon in support of the region's long-range vision, goals and objectives. The Regional Executive Director will coordinate with the Oregon foundations and regional medical and administrative leadership to identify and develop cases for support and resources, including multi-million dollar capital campaigns. This position will also provide leadership and oversight to the foundation operations as a member of the statewide Oregon foundation leadership team. This position will be responsible for recruiting and working with a high performing board of directors as well as various committees and their committee chairs (Finance/Investment, Executive, Nominating, etc). This position also works with medical leadership and the board to determine the best use/distribution of new and existing funds for program development and growth opportunities for children's program throughout the Providence Oregon Region as well as program cost offsets for needed programs which may not generate enough revenue to be sustainable. Many of our important and vital programs in children's depend on philanthropy funding to exist.
Along with the management responsibilities for all children's fundraising programs, the Regional Executive Director will focus on generating the financial support for the Children's Development Institute, Swindells Resource Center, the NICU's, research, specialty clinics, the Center for Medically Fragile Children, and various other programs and services. This will involve annual funding, development of capital campaigns and working with the planned giving team to develop planned gift opportunities.
In this position you will:
Assist the Foundation Board of Directors in developing and implementing a Comprehensive Plan that sets forth the Foundation mission, goals, strategies, objectives, and budget; and assists the Board in periodically evaluating and annually updating this plan.
Direct the Children's Health Foundation to obtain significant financial support for Providence Women and Children's Health in Oregon and its programs. Is the chief advocate of a culture of philanthropy within the Women and Children's Health various constituencies.
Assist the Board in fulfilling their fiduciary responsibility by assisting in the development of policies and procedures for the financial and business management of the Foundation, including budgeting and managing their multimillion dollar investment portfolio.
Manage the day-to-day business and finances of the Foundation according to policies and procedures established by the Board.
Assist the Board in developing and maintaining highly qualified members to govern and lead the Foundation enterprise.
Work closely with Program and Clinical Leadership to determine funding priorities, implement a grateful patient program, and develop compelling messaging and cases for support for fundraising initiatives.
Lead the strategy with our regional director for events and communications for one of our largest fundraising events, The Festival of Trees. Works closely with all Oregon foundations to lead and implement strategies for fundraising for Women and Children's services on each campus, with a special emphasis on the Providence Child Center and St. Vincent campuses.
Serve on the Senior Leadership Team for the Providence Foundations of Oregon.
Above all, we are looking for a servant leader whose personal and professional background demonstrates a genuine passion for the mission and core values of Providence Health & Services. You have a style that emphasizes openness, collaboration, visibility, and connectivity. A strong, confident, results-oriented, and decisive leader with the capacity to balance the big picture and strategic perspective with a focus on operations and the details of execution. You can articulate how your work improves healthcare delivery in the communities that we serve.
Required qualifications for this position include:
Bachelor's degree in business, nonprofit management, liberal arts or related field.
Master's degree preferred.
Minimum of 5 years in a leadership role in fundraising.
ABOUT PROVIDENCE ST. JOSEPH HEALTH
In 1912, a small group of Sisters of St. Joseph landed on the rugged shores of Eureka, Calif., to provide education and health care. The ministry later established roots in Orange, California and expanded to serve Southern California, the California High Desert, Northern California and Texas. The health system established many key partnerships, including a merger between Lubbock Methodist Hospital System and St. Mary Hospital to form Covenant Health in Lubbock Texas. Recently, an affiliation was established with Hoag Health to increase access to services in Orange County, California.
At present, the Providence St. Joseph Health family includes:
Providence Health & Services
St. Joseph Health System
Covenant Health in Texas
Facey Medical Foundation in California
Hoag Memorial Presbyterian in California
Kadlec in Washington
Pacific Medical Centers in Washington
Swedish Health Services in Washington
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