As an academic medical center, the University Hospital for Albert Einstein College of Medicine and the Montefiore Medical Center is nationally recognized for clinical excellence – finding new discoveries in research, training the next generation of healthcare leaders, and delivering science-driven, patient-centered care. U.S. News&World Report ranks the Montefiore Health System among the top hospitals nationally and regionally.
Montefiore's partnership with Einstein advances clinical and translational research to accelerate the pace of new discoveries becoming treatments and therapies that benefit patients. Together, the two institutions are among 38 academic medical centers nationwide to be awarded a prestigious Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) by the National Institutes of Health. The second-largest medical residency program in the country, with 1,251 residents and fellows across 89 specialty programs, Montefiore provides the doctors of tomorrow a unique opportunity for education and training in one of the most diverse urban areas in the country — with an international patient population, a high disease burden and corresponding need for quality care. The research and patient care partnership is strengthened by dual appointments of faculty and physicians at both organizations – enhancing collaboration in research, teaching and patient care.
At this pivotal time in its history, Montefiore Medicine seeks an exceptional leader to serve as the Senior Director of Development, Annual Programs and Alumni Relations. Located at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, this role is a high-level opportunity to elevate annual giving and alumni relations at both Montefiore and Einstein. With the understanding that active alumni, patients, faculty and staff, and community friends are essential in building support for the goals of Montefiore and Einstein, the successful candidate will have a responsibility for increasing engagement among these various groups. The Senior Director will grow in size and frequency annual gifts that support the mission of the hospitals’ and college of medicine, strengthen relationships between the College’s alumni and the hospitals’ patient base by encouraging greater donor participation, and seek new and constructive ways for annual giving and alumni relations programming at Montefiore and Einstein to be more collaborative.
Along with confidence and high emotional intelligence, the Senior Director of Development, Annual Programs and Alumni Relations will have strong management experience and the demonstrated ability to effectively engage an alumni and volunteer network. A dynamic leader, the ideal candidate will implement creative strategies to build capacity by identifying, tracking and nurturing the various constituency groups of the hospitals’ and college, while ensuring that relationships with existing constituencies are broadened and deepened.
Montefiore Medicine has retained Freeman Philanthropic Services, LLC to assist with this important recruitment. The complete position profile can be viewed at www.glfreeman.com.
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