Boca Raton Regional Hospital
Job Description POSITION SUMMARY: Director will be responsible for developing strategy, planning, solicitation, and stewardship of individuals and families that have the capacity to make gifts of ($100,000 or more).The incumbent is a leader on the Foundation team and exemplifies the value of One Team, One Mission. Works with hospital leadership to identify financial support opportunities and connects opportunities with the needs of patients and friends of the Hospital: Works with Board members and volunteers to build a network with the goal of expanding the number of viable qualified donors for the Hospital. As a part of the professional development staff, assists with the institution's efforts to develop significant philanthropic growth. BRRH is embarking on a significant capital campaign for technology and new facilities. This position will be critical to the success of the campaign and future transformational projects. POSITION REQUIREMENTS: Minimum Education and\/or Experience: A Bachelor's degree (B.A.) and eight to ten years related experience and\/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience preferred. Knowledge of gift planning strategies, and the curiosity and flexibility required to work with a donor and other development colleagues to craft and propose appropriate or alternative structures for transformational gifts. Previous experience working with \High Net Worth\ individuals, families, foundations and corporations is required and major gift fundraising in a health care, academia or academic medicine is preferred. Position also shares an on-call schedule that includes some evenings and weekends. Licensure\/Regulation\/Certification: Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) Preferred, but not required *Incumbent may be required to perform emergency duty before, during and\/or beyond normal work hours or days in the event of an emergency, crisis situation or disaster (man-made or natural) including evacuation sites. *The person in this position will work in a smoke-free location, and is expected to adhere to all smoking restrictions. *In the spirit of wellness for both our employees and patients, Boca Raton Regional Hospital has instituted a mandatory influenza prevention vaccination program. Current employees must receive the influenza prevention vaccination free of charge during the recognized flu season. As a condition of employment, new hires will be required to comply with all program rules. This is a mandatory program with the exception of documented medical or religious reasons for not receiving the vaccine.
Boca Raton Regional Hospital
Website : http://www.brrh.com
Born out of compelling community need in 1967, Boca Raton Regional Hospital is a not-for-profit, advanced tertiary medical center with 400 beds, over 2,100 employees and more than 800 primary and specialty physicians on staff. The Hospital is a recognized leader in Cardiovascular Care, Oncology, Women’s Health, Orthopedics, Emergency Medicine and the Neurosciences, all of which offer state-of-the-art diagnostic and imaging capabilities. Boca Raton Regional Hospital is accredited by The Joint Commission and is one of only four hospitals in Palm Beach County to be designated by the Florida Agency for Healthcare Administration (AHCA) as a Comprehensive Stroke Center. Boca Raton Regional Hospital delivers the highest quality patient care with unrelenting attention to clinical excellence, patient satisfaction and patient safety. Our team of professionals demonstrates unparalleled compassion and commitment to those we serve. To be the preeminent regional leader in healthcare delivery and the hospital of choice for patients, physicians, employees and volunteers. In 1962, Gloria and Robert Drummond’s children, Debbie and James Randall, were tragically poisoned and died before reaching medical attention 30 minutes away. The small community rallied to build a hospital “of its own” to ensure that area residents would have access to quality healthcare and life-saving emergency care when they needed it the most. Eighteen passionate and dedicated women joined with Gloria, who led the effort to raise funds, and formed the Debbie-Rand Memorial Service League. From bake sales and fiestas to a black-tie Ball, the community raised the funds to build a Hospital that would develop into a nationally ranked medical center.