The Foundation Manager oversees the daily operations of the Navajo Hopi Health Foundation (NHHF) and the development of fund-raising efforts. In consultation with the NHHF Director and the NHHF Board of Directors, the Foundation Manager plans, budgets, implements and evaluates activities to raise and distribute donations.
- Responsible for the daily operation of the Foundation.
- Manages, tracks and monitors all funds received by the Foundation
- Develops and monitors the Foundation’s annual budget and financial plans; authorizes and approves Foundation expenditures; manages the external financial audit process.
- Responsible for implementation of fund-raising events that support TCRHCC’s mission. Plans, budgets, and implements activities. Works closely with the Foundation Director and Foundation Board of Directors.
- Develops and oversees the implementation of the strategic planning and related performance measurements and tracking process for the Foundation.
- Develops, recommends, and administers policies, procedures and processes in support of Foundation goals and operations. Implements and monitors compliances with approved policies, procedures, and processes.
- Reviews and approvs all Foundation communication material before print to adhere to the Foundation’s desired message and image.
- Collaborates with others in the community to increase and maintain the Foundation’s visibility. Attends community events to demonstrate the Foundation’s role within the community.
- Participates in/on a variety of meetings, committees, taskforces and/or other related groups to communicate information regarding the Foundation and its initiatives.
- Supports the Foundation Board operations; develops agendas, meeting minutes, and the logistics for meetings.
- Supervises the Foundation staff and volunteers, hires, trains, monitors staff. Ensures proper coordination of work.
- Ensure proper PPE is always worn while on duty including but not limited to, face mask, gloves, gown, isolation gown, NIOSH-approved N95 filtering facepiece respirator or higher, if available), and eye or face shield.
- Complete all donning and doffing tasks in a safe acceptable method and discard of used PPE accordingly. (see CDC website for most current updates)
- Complete task training for all routine cleaning and decontamination processes for all surfaces contaminated by a communicable disease to ensure a high level of patient, visitor, employee and external customer satisfaction.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
MENTAL AND PHYSICAL EFFORT
The physical and mental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Require the ability to sit, stand, walk, maintain balance, and reach for extended periods of time, to occasionally stoop, drive, bend, climb, kneel, crouch and twist to pick up small objects. Must be able to continually lift/push/pull up to 24lbs and occasionally over 100 lbs. Sensory requirements are far vision, near vision, color vision, depth perception, seeing fine details, hearing normal speech, hearing overhead pages and telephone use. The duties require the ability to use telecommunications and office equipment. Work also requires ability of simple grasping, firm grasping and fine manipulation with both hands and fingers.
Must be able to use good judgment, prioritize projects, coordinate multiple assignments, meet deadlines and produce quality results on time with attention to detail. Must be able to work under pressure. Work involves ability to cope with high levels of stress, make decisions under high pressure, cope with anger/fear/hostility of others in a calm way, manage altercations, concentrate, handle high degree of flexibility, handle multiple priorities in stressful situation, work alone, demonstrate high degree of patience, adapt to shift work and work in areas that are close and crowded.
In this position you may occasionally be exposed to infectious diseases, chemical agents, dust, fumes, gases, extremes in temperature or humidity, hazardous or moving equipment, unprotected heights, and loud noises.
- Bachelor’s degree in business administration or related field (Finance, accounting)
- A minimum of two (2) years of applicable experience in philanthropy, nonprofit management and/or related experience
- Financial literacy in budgeting and financial reports
- Experience in fundraising, marketing, and research and techniques
- Proficiency in financial accounting system, Microsoft Office, and ability to use necessary equipment to perform job duties
Other Skills and Abilities:
A record of satisfactory performance in all prior and current employment as evidenced by positive employment references from previous and current employers. All employment references must address and indicate success in each one of the following areas:
- Positive working relationships with a Foundation staff, Board members, grantees, and partners
- Excellent customer service skills
- Maintain a high level of confidentiality
- Ability to speak in public, presenting information, group facilitation, influencing and negotiating
- Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communication