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Virtua Health is South Jersey’s leading community-based, not-for-profit healthcare provider servicing residents of Burlington, Camden and Gloucester Counties. Virtua Health is highly successful and has 1,100 beds, 53,000 admissions, 89,500 emergency department visits, 7,000 employees, and 1,600 physicians. The Burlington County and Voorhees hospitals offer OB/GYN services and deliver more babies than any other health system in the Delaware Valley. Programs of Excellence have been developed on a system-wide basis, beginning with maternal child health and also include Oncology, Cardiology and Orthopedics/Neuroscience.

The Virtua Health Foundation is the resource development arm of Virtua Health. With a large Board of Directors and an engaged Executive Committee, the Virtua Health Foundation serves to enhance Virtua’s mission through the development of philanthropic resources and the support of community education and outreach.

The Executive Director of the Virtua Health Foundation is responsible for the design and implementation of comprehensive fundraising and sponsored project programs to support the mission and long-range strategic goals of Virtua Health. The Executive Director generates financial support for service programs, and directs a program of fund management and funds allocation. The successful candidate will direct the planning and solicitation of Major Giving, Annual Appeals, Capital Campaigns and Planned Giving programs. Completion of an existing capital campaign is an immediate priority. He/She will work to ensure the coordination of fundraising activities with the requirements and long-range plans as approved by Virtua’s Foundation Board. Further, the individual will evaluate and coordinate the sponsored project programs with other fundraising efforts.

The ideal candidate must possess a Bachelor’s degree; a Master’s degree would be preferred. He/She will have a minimum of 10 years of relevant experience as a senior fundraising officer with a demonstrated record of accomplishment in raising major gifts from individuals, foundations and corporations. Qualified candidates will have demonstrated experience managing all dimensions of major, annual, capital, planned giving and fundraising programs, preferably in an academic medical center, pediatric hospital, medical center, institution of higher education or a large charitable organization.

For immediate consideration, or if you know of someone who may be interested, please contact:

Sara Brown, Director of Research
Tyler & Company
Phone: 770-396-3939
All inquiries will be handled confidentially.

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