- Bachelor's degree in business, marketing, or other related field.
- 5+ years' development leadership experience in a community organization.
- 5 years of professional experience in fundraising with a track record of success, with specific experience in capital campaigns, individual giving, major gifts, and tracking/monitoring pledges.
- Community Outreach experience.
- Excellent interpersonal, analytical and organizational skills, capable of working effectively with board members, staff members, volunteers, consultants and donors/prospects.
- Knowledge of the Indian healthcare system and the issues affecting the field as well as the role and functions of other health and social service agencies. This includes knowing the key organizations in these fields, the goals each organization seeks, and how these groups can best work together to achieve common goals.
- Knowledge and expertise in principles of philanthropy and fundraising.
- Strong interpersonal skills to handle sensitive and confidential situations. Critical skills are to be team-oriented, personable, professional, upbeat, and energetic, with initiative, tact and diplomacy.
- Proven written and oral presentation skills
- Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects in various stages of development, each with a unique timeline, with excellent attention to detail.
- Ability to work effectively with diverse populations.
- Must possess employee development and performance management skills.
- Working knowledge of Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, and Power Point.
- Compliance with all state and federal laws and regulations, as they pertain to position including; HIPAA, sexual harassment, Scope of Practice, OSHA etc.
- Understands and promotes the mission, vision, and values of the health center both in the work place and in the community.
- Physical requirements include extended periods of time working on the computer.
Preference in hiring is given to qualified Native Americans in accordance with SNAHC policy. Applicants claiming Indian Preference are encouraged to submit verification of Indian certified by tribe of affiliation or other acceptable documentation of Indian heritage.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER: Within the scope of Indian Preference, all candidates will receive equal consideration without regard to race, color, age, gender, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, medical condition or physical or mental disability, genetic characteristic, pregnancy, marital status, veterans status, or other non-merit factors.
Note to Applicants: Please be advised that you may be asked to get a Department of Justice Fingerprinting clearance as a contingency for an offer of employment. Criminal clearances are obtained to protect the welfare and safety of clients receiving services at SNAHC.
Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA): Sacramento Native American Health Center, Inc. abides by the mandates of the ADEA (protecting individuals 40 years and older) and considers age a non-merit factor in all employment decisions and considerations.
Applicants and employees may request an accommodation of a physical or mental disability at any time in the application process or during employment.
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA): Sacramento Native American Health Center, Inc. abides by the mandates of the ADA and considers disability a non-merit factor in all employment decisions and considerations. Furthermore, SNAHC will make any practical, feasible, and reasonable arrangements to accommodate qualified applicants and employees with disabilities.