Thank you for your interest in working at San Francisco General Hospital Foundation. We understand success can be achieved only through the individual and collective accomplishments of our employees and volunteers. We value and depend on the diverse backgrounds, experience, knowledge and talents of all of our staff members. The Foundation also embraces and reflects the ethnic, cultural and lifestyle diversity of our community.
San Francisco General Hospital Foundation is a dynamic and growing nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting research, education and care for all at the Priscilla Chan and Mark Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center (ZSFG). Zuckerberg San Francisco General is the only provider of trauma (Level 1) and 24-hour psychiatric emergency services for 1.5 million people in San Francisco and northern San Mateo counties.
A comprehensive medical center, Zuckerberg San Francisco General provides quality health care with compassion and respect to 100,000 inpatient and 500,000 outpatient visits per year, including some of San Francisco’s most vulnerable. In addition, Zuckerberg San Francisco General is one of the nation’s top tertiary academic medical centers conducting clinical training and research.
In 2016, Zuckerberg San Francisco General opened a brand new acute care hospital and the Foundation concluded a successful multi-million dollar capital campaign. This candidate will be joining the Foundation at an exciting time as it continues to grow and advance public health in San Francisco.
Open position: Staff Accountant
Reports to: Vice President, Finance
The Staff Accountant will perform a wide variety of accounting functions primarily relating to the month end close and supporting the Development Team by managing grant and program accounting and financial reporting. The Staff Accountant will be responsible for general ledger entries, assisting with budget preparation, implementing new policies and procedures, and generation of financial reports as needed.
- Complete all monthly bank account reconciliations in an accurate and timely manner
- Manage project accounts and reporting for Hospital programs:
- Primary finance contact for Hospital programs and grants
- Work with development staff to maintain and update project budgets as necessary
- Lead the implementation of new accounting procedures as needed
- Generate monthly financial reports
- Oversee financial and reporting side of the Hearts Grants program
- Create and maintain funds and budget for grants, programs, and other needs
- Oversee financial reporting for grants
- Analyze financial data and generate custom reports for evaluation and planning purposes
- Assist with annual financial audit
- Other duties as assigned
Desired Qualifications and requirements
- Familiarity with Blackbaud’s Financial Edge preferred
- Program financial and accounting experiences preferred
- Highly proficient in Microsoft Excel, Outlook, and Word
- Strong Organizational skills with the ability to prioritize and manage multiple task and responsibility
- Bachelor’s degree in accounting or related field
- Commitment to quality work, high productivity, and attention to detail
Compensation and Application Information
San Francisco General Hospital Foundation offers a competitive compensation package based upon experience, and benefits including medical, dental and vision insurance as well as professional development opportunities, 403(b) retirement plan, commuter discounts and vacation.
Please submit a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org with your first and last name and Staff Accountant in the subject line. Due to the high volume of applications, please refrain from telephone calls, visits, faxes or emails (other than submissions) to the Foundation directly.
Open position: Manager of Events
Reports to: Vice President, Development
The Manager of Events at the San Francisco General Hospital Foundation will coordinate logistics, oversee vendors, provide guidance allowing adherence to timeline(s), and serve as lead Day of Event “DOE” management to ensure the success of the Foundation’s annual fundraising and donor events. In addition to managing our major annual fundraising event, the Manager of Events’ talents, insights, and “DOE” management skills will be tapped and leveraged to support the planning, logistics, and staffing of both small and large events, gatherings, meetings, and retreats as needs of the Foundation evolve and demand.
The Manager of Events plays an instrumental role with the Development and Marketing teams, but will also be working closely with Finance, the Board Liaison, and the Chief Executive Officer. Additional involvement and support required from the Manager of Events can include, but is not limited to: press events, corporate sponsor/partner volunteer and engagement activities, donor cultivation and stewardship events, internal events at the Foundation as well as community events. It is imperative that the Manager of Events be able to work independently, but also cross-functionally as part of a cohesive team. This position reports directly to the Vice President of Development.
Hearts in SF Annual Event
- Manage all aspects of the Foundation’s Signature Events including logistics, coordination of vendors, recruitment and deployment of volunteers, timeline development and deliverable tracking, and Day of Event “DOE” management to ensure the success of the Foundation’s annual fundraising event (and related meetings, events, and gatherings)
- Play a support role as needed with seating meetings and work closely with the Senior Manager, Corporate Engagement who will manage the master guest-seating document
- Work hand-in-hand with the Senior Manager, Corporate Engagement to identify and secure In-Kind Sponsors and facilitate fulfillment of in-kind support
- Partner with the Vice President of Marketing, and colleagues as needed, to identify and secure vendors, and both internal and external resources as required
- Work with the Vice President of Marketing and Senior Manager, Corporate Engagement to establish the Signature Events Budget and personally manage related expenses, invoices, and payments—working to realize cost-efficiencies without sacrificing quality and impact
- Track and monitor Signature Events budget and expenses
- As needed, prepare for the Vice President of Development and Chief Executive Officer reports that detail, with high accuracy, budgeted and estimated expenses, current spend, and projected future investment required
- Partner with the Vice President of Development and Senior Manager, Corporate Engagement to identify appropriate platforms and systems for online ticket sales and auction of Hearts Sculptures—work collectively with the Senior Manager, Corporate Engagement to track and report on sponsors, ticket sales, and Signature Events attendees
- Work with the Senior Manager, Corporate Engagement to reconcile expenses and revenue related to online ticket sales and auction of Hearts Sculptures
- Work with the Finance team to reconcile Signature Events related expenses
- Work with the Senior Manager, Corporate Engagement and the Development team to ensure that Signature Events sponsors, donors, and attendees are migrated to the Foundation’s constituent management system—currently Raiser’s Edge—and acknowledged appropriately and in a timely fashion
- Manage the production and inventory of Signature Events collateral (invitation, program, awards, premium gift items, signage, etc.)
- Manage Signature Events related mailings such as Save the Dates and Invitations—liaise with colleagues and designated external resources (print shop, mail house, etc.) to execute
- As needed, liaise with designated external resource on behalf of the Vice President of Marketing and Senior Manager, Corporate Engagement to implement updates and changes to the Signature Events web pages on SFGHF.org
- Manage the production, shipping, placement, display, and delivery of Hearts Sculptures related to the Hearts in San Francisco Project
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS:
- BA/BS or equivalent and 3 to 5 years of directly related experience
- Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and Raiser’s Edge
- Must be available and willing to work evenings and weekend as required
COMPENSATION AND APPLICATION INFORMATION
San Francisco General Hospital Foundation offers a competitive compensation package based upon experience, and benefits including medical, dental and vision insurance as well as professional development opportunities, 403(b) retirement plan, commuter discounts, sick and vacation.
Please submit a resume and cover letter to email@example.com with your first and last name and Manager of Events in the subject line. Due to the high volume of applications, please refrain from telephone calls, visits, faxes or emails (other than submissions) to the Foundation directly.
Open position: Program Officer, Solid Start
Reports to: Chief Executive Officer
Launched in 2015, the Solid Start Initiative is a multi-disciplinary collaboration based at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center (ZSFG) focused on pregnant women and families with young children. Led by a team of passionate and dedicated care providers, made possible through philanthropic funding raised by the San Francisco General Hospital Foundation (Foundation), Solid Start strives to improve both the well-being of the individual families served at ZSFG and throughout San Francisco. Its mission is to promote health and health equity by developing and evaluating innovative models of integrated care for pregnant women and families with children 0 through 3. Solid Start envisions a healthcare system that integrates all aspects of care for pregnant women and families with young children as a national public health priority.
The Foundation is looking for an experienced program manager/officer who has a passion for public health, particularly when it comes to maternal and child health. The Program Officer, Solid Start represents an exciting new position created in 2019 and made possible through philanthropic funding to support all external facing functions (including development, public relations, and marketing) of the Solid Start Initiative at ZSFG. The Program Officer will work closely with the Solid Start Director, who is based at ZSFG, and the fundraising and marketing teams at the Foundation to coordinate ongoing program development, awareness/ outreach, and the convening of internal and external stakeholders. The ideal candidate will have experience working in a fast-paced hospital or public health setting, is comfortable working with multiple stakeholders from a variety of backgrounds and can navigate well in complex institutional settings.
KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITIES
- Serve as primary program liaison for San Francisco General Hospital Foundation with the Solid Start Director at Zuckerberg San Francisco General
- Meet regularly with the Solid Start Director and core leadership team to stay current with program needs and developments
- Serve as the primary point person for the planning and development of the Solid Start Family Resource Center, for the Foundation and the Solid Start program supporting the Solid Start Director and working closely with the hospital facilities team COMMUNICATIONS AND BUILDING AWARENESS
- Develop and execute, with the Vice President, Marketing, an integrated (traditional and social) communications plan for Solid Start
- Write and manage content for the Solid Start website and social media
- Write and manage the library of communications and content to support fundraising and education/awareness needs
- Write periodic impact reports on Solid Start’s progress for internal (i.e. hospital staff) and external (i.e. donor stewardship, community partner) communication needs
- In collaboration with Solid Start Evaluation Team, use data (both quantitative and qualitative) to write the “Solid Start Story” detailing history, progress, evaluation and early results.
- Work closely with the Vice President, Marketing to develop content and editorial calendars for story placement tied to Annual Partner Summit and other events throughout the year
- Refresh the Solid Start brand and positioning as needed VOLUNTEER ENGAGEMENT
- Working closely with the Vice President, Development, Foundation Board members and the Solid Start Director, lead the recruitment process for Solid Start Leadership Council Chair and members
- Develop the annual plan, agendas and content for Leadership Council meetings with the Vice President, Development and the Solid Start Director
- Organize and staff all Leadership Council events related to fundraising and promoting public awareness of the program FUNDRAISING AND DEVELOPMENT
- In close collaboration with the VP, Development, Senior Development Officers and the Solid Start Director, develop and execute an annual fundraising plan for Solid Start
- Assist in providing prospect/donor research and writing support for grant solicitations and stewardship reports as needed
- Assist in preparing material and content for major donor site visits and meetings
- Organize and plan all aspects of the annual Solid Start Partner Summit (held in November) with Solid Start Director and Foundation Development team
- Other projects as assignedQUALIFICATIONSB.A. required, M.A. preferred in Public Health, Public Administration/Policy, or related field Excellent research, writing and editing skills
- Strong interpersonal/communication skills, with a sense of humor
- Prior experience with program development and evaluation (3-5 years)
- Prior project management, marketing and communications experience useful
- A strategic and visionary thinker who cares deeply about the details.
- Experience with or demonstrated commitment to public health and/or maternal and child health
COMPENSATION AND APPLICATION INFORMATION
San Francisco General Hospital Foundation offers a competitive compensation package based upon experience, and benefits including medical, dental and vision insurance as well as professional development opportunities, 403(b) retirement plan, commuter discounts and vacation. Please submit a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org with your first and last name and Program Officer, Solid Start in the subject line. Due to the high volume of applications, please refrain from telephone calls, visits, faxes or emails (other than submissions) to the Foundation directly.