Location: Watertown, MA
Job ID: 163288-1A
Date Posted: Sep 11, 2020
About the Job
The Vice President reports to the Chief Development Officer of Beth Israel Lahey Health and the President of Mount Auburn Hospital. The VP provides leadership and strategic direction for a growing major and principal gift program and will lead a critical capital campaign at Mount Auburn Hospital.
S/he will work closely with MAH leadership and executive team, partnering with the President to promote key funding initiatives designed to enhance and improve the delivery of healthcare, and to align philanthropic efforts around those priorities. The VP will provide counsel to and engage medical staff and board leadership to expand the impact of philanthropy on MAH. She/he will serve as the key principal gift fund raiser for the institution, and will inspire a team of approximately 4 staff on best practices necessary for executing high-performing major and principal gift fundraising.
The MAH front-line team will be supported by the centralized services of Beth Israel Lahey Health Philanthropy, in the areas of operations, external relations and other support functions.
ABOUT mOUNT aUBURN HOSPITAL
Founded in 1886 as the first hospital in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Mount Auburn Hospital is dedicated to delivering healthcare services to you in a personable, convenient and compassionate manner.
Mount Auburn Hospital is a top notch teaching hospital affiliated with Harvard Medical School.
The hospital is fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and is a member of the American Hospital Association, the Council on Teaching Hospitals, and the Association of American Medical Colleges. The hospital has received numerous awards in recognition of our high standard of quality care.
Mount Auburn Hospital has 217 licensed beds in all private rooms, and comprehensive inpatient services in all medical specialties. The best known centers of excellence include the Cardiac Care and Cancer Care departments. The hospital also offers specialized and streamlined services for men, women and seniors.
ABOUT BETH ISRAEL LAHEY HEALTH
The Beth Israel Lahey Health System (“BILH”) was formed on March 1, 2019 through a combination of hospitals and other healthcare entities spanning Eastern Massachusetts, including Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Lahey Hospital and Medical Center, Mount Auburn Hospital, and New England Baptist Hospital. In coming together, BILH was animated by a clarity and unity of purpose: working together to make a difference in people's lives and in the communities it serves, through improving the quality and accessibility of affordable health care including behavioral health, and through a commitment to social justice.
BILH brings together world-class academic medical centers and teaching hospitals associated with Harvard Medical School and Tufts University School of Medicine, leading community hospitals, a premier orthopedics hospital, behavioral health services, post-acute services and home care services, all complemented by best-in-class physician networks and a full spectrum of care offerings in non-hospital settings to provide the full lifecycle of healthcare services for the communities it serves. BILH has an unprecedented opportunity to transform the care delivery system in Massachusetts and to stand as a national model for providing enhanced access, best in class patient experience, and high quality and cost-effective care, while creating a more competitive market in Eastern Massachusetts.
BILH is the second largest health care system in New England – with fiscal year 2019 operating revenue of $6B, 13 hospitals, 25 major ambulatory facilities, and 4,300 physicians, including 850 primary care physicians serving over 1 million patients. It is also the second largest private employer in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts with 35,000 employees, including 9,000 nurses.
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