• The San Juan Medical Foundation Executive Director provides leadership and management in the direction, planning and execution of philanthropic related activities for the Foundation. The Executive Director serves as the principal staff and manager for the San Juan Medical Foundation and is responsible for philanthropic development. While reporting to the San Juan Medical Foundation Board, the SJMF Executive Director will work collaboratively with San Juan Regional Medical Center with a dotted line reporting to the San Juan Regional Medical Center CEO.
• The Executive Director will oversee all philanthropic efforts including, but not limited to:
Donor cultivation, solicitation and stewardship
Collaboration with SJRMC CEO and Senior Leadership team to develop and execute a strategicphilanthropic plan for San Juan Regional Medical Center
Grant writing to philanthropic foundations
Media relations, volunteer relations, donor relations, Board relations
• As you go about fulfilling this mission, your work habits and work relationships should embody SJRMC's values.
These values are our culture, our identity as an organization. Sacred Trust, Personal Reverence, Thoughtful Anticipation, Team Accountability and Creative Vitality ask more of us than merely completing some list of tasks. Our values ask for a deeper level of commitment, and what is asked of us we freely give because we believe in our mission.
Bachelor’s degree in Business, Management, Communications, Public Relations or related field
•Five years philanthropic experience
•Highly productive, self-starter with sound professional judgment
•High level of professional integrity with strong negotiating and diplomatic skills
•Ability to orchestrate beneficial relationships with multiple external partners
•Demonstrated success and evidence of ability to plan and execute philanthropic activities
•Proficiency in Accounting/Budgeting for nonprofit organizations
•Proficient in the use of computers and development software.
•Possess a demonstrated track record of personal success in a hospital foundation or other fundraising arm of a
healthcare organization, or other similarly complex fundraising environment.
•Possess strength, breadth, and depth of experience in Philanthropic endeavors
•Excellent written and oral communication skills, creative writing and editing skills
•A demonstrated proficiency in grant-writing
•Willingness to work evenings and weekends and must have a valid driver’s license
Additional Salary Information: generous benefits including bonus opportunity
About San Juan Regional Medical Center
Located in the beautiful San Juan River Valley in northwest New Mexico, San Juan Regional Medical Center is a 194 bed, level III trauma center including state-of-the-art operating suites, OB Suites, and private patient rooms many with fresh air balconies. A tax-exempt, community hospital, San Juan Regional Medical Center serves the Four Corners area of New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado and Utah.
The San Juan Medical Foundation supports has a legacy of compassion and generosity.
Our Mission involves enhancing the health and well-being of people in the Four Corners community.
Our Purpose is dedication to the healing mission of San Juan Regional Medical Center.
In 1985, a group of civic minded citizens envisioned an organization through which every member of the community could be involved in changing the health of our region. The San Juan Medical Foundation is a 501 c 3 organization governed by a volunteer board of directors.
Farmington's population is approximately 50,000 with a service area of 350,000. Farmington is the industrial and retail draw center in the Four Corners, and is the largest metropolitan area within 180 miles.
Farmington is surrounded by cultural tr...easures and serene high desert landscapes. At the confluence of three rivers, the San Juan, the Animas and the La Plata, Farmington is called "Totah" in Navajo – "Three Rivers." The community sits in the shadow of the San Juan Mountains, visible fifty miles away across the state line in Colorado. Beyond San Juan County limits in all directions are limitless opportunities to explore the Southwest. Visitors and residents alike participate in snow skiing, golfing, camping, hiking, rafting, horseback riding, hot air ballooning, year-round tennis, team sports and sauntering along the river bank on a fall day. At an altitude of 5,394 feet and average annual rainfall of about 8 inches, sunshine is abundant (an average of 273 sunny days per year), weather is near perfect, and sunsets are spectacular.
Some of the scenic, historic and cultural attractions in the Four Corners are: In Farmington: Animas-Berg Park River Walk, Farmington Aquatic Center, Pinon Hills Golf Course, San Juan Country Club, San Juan Symphony, San Juan College Silhouette Series, Sandstone Productions Summer Outdoor Theater, TEA Community Theater, Connie Mack World Series, and over 63-public supported community parks for youth play and adult sports.
Within 100 miles of Farmington: Aztec Ruins National Monument, Salmon Ruins and Heritage Park, Historic Trading Posts, Chaco Canyon, Bisti/De-na-zin Wilderness, Canyon de Chelly, Durango-Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad, Durango Mountain Resort, Telluride Ski Area, Wolf Creek Ski Area, Mesa Verde National Park, Navajo Reservoir, San Juan River Quality Waters, and The Million Dollar Highway between Durango and Silverton (Colorado).
Farmington, New Mexico is a wonderful place to work, play and raise a family.