As one of Southwestern Ontario’s largest charitable organizations, St. Joseph’s Health Care Foundation raises philanthropic funds critical to supporting patient care, teaching and research across the many sites and programs of St. Joseph’s Health Care London. Through community philanthropy, the Foundation helps to provide better health care for our regional populations.
Reporting to the President & CEO, the Chief Operating Officer (COO) is an integral member of a dynamic senior team, accountable for key operational functions that support organizational success, including: accounting, allocations/grants, finance, human resources, information technology, investments, enterprise risk management, and reporting/compliance. This role also serves as the Foundation’s designated Chief Privacy Officer.
The successful candidate will be a key leader in the management of an organization with assets in excess of $80M, and work with staff and the Board in the mission to grow and steward new and existing donor funds through a commitment to continuous improvement and the application of best practice across Foundation operations. The COO is an important servant leader in the organization who lends skill and expertise to the team’s performance and success.
As an experienced finance professional, you hold a CPA designation and a degree in a business-related field. You possess strong, demonstrated competencies in investment management, finance and accounting standards through your five to ten years of experience in a senior financial/management role. Your strengths include the demonstrated ability to conduct comprehensive financial analysis to inform executive decision-making, and operational and strategic business planning to assist in effective both short and long-term planning. You have a strong grounding in human resources management and the demonstrated ability to lead a team. You have knowledge of a Safety Culture in a Health Care Setting in compliance with the OHSA, and the ability and commitment to act as a supervisor under OHSA.
You possess exceptional oral and written communication skills that enable you to foster and maintain collaboration relationships with a variety of stakeholders, included community volunteers and donors. You are an exceptional team player, mentor and coach with a commitment to supporting the Foundation’s philanthropic mission and organizational values. Past experience as a senior finance professional in a large charitable organization, with exposure to models in professional fundraising planning and management, would be viewed as an asset.
In addition, the successful candidate will possess strong Leadership Capabilities including: Lead Self; Engage Others; Achieve Results; Develop Coalition; System Transformation
Closing Date: 19 June 2019