The Executive Director serves as the primary resource in directing activity that generates oversight and revenue for the Foundation. Identifies and solicits sources of funding from public or private funding sources. Primary focus will be to support and execute current and develop new fundraising programs (annual, naming rights, major gifts campaigns, etc.) within first year of hire date. As guided by Foundation Board and EVP & GM, is actively engaged with Board campaign fundraising. This individual also supports the Foundation Program Director in executing and meeting requirements of the Foundation Strategic Plan. The Executive Director may be called upon to represent the Foundation as needed for all fundraising activities. The Executive Director manages the Foundation Program Director.
Assures diverse revenue stream.
Cultivates and nurtures new and existing donor relationships.
Provides guidance to the Foundation Board Strategic Planning Committee and Development Committee.
Collaborates with the Board to identify future strategic initiatives and implement plans toward sustainable growth.
Oversees the initiatives of NCPDP’s Foundation as requested by the NCPDP Foundation Board.
Collaborates with NCPCP executive staff on budget and ensuring Foundation is financially viable.
Bachelor’s Degree (preferably Advanced Degree).
Fundraising training certificate or Certified Fund-Raising Executive (CFRE), and/or other related fund-raising experience
Familiarity of pharmacy industry and work of NCPDP is preferred.
Active and proven fundraising experience; an understanding of nonprofit fundraising strategies and the importance of donor relations.
Demonstrated experience and skill in working with a not-for-profit organization.
Demonstrated ability to develop, monitor, and sustain sound financial performance.
Demonstrated business management and leadership experience with an emphasis on strategic planning.
Proven ability to create and deliver on strategic goals; execute against milestones.
Excellent and appropriate communication skills for a variety of audiences including the highest levels of executive management and boards – both internally and externally.
Strong verbal and written communication, interpersonal, organizational, problem-solving, and marketing skills.
Knowledge of contract management and fundraising software.
Ability to write grant proposal, plan events, build relationships.
Proven experience at delivering presentations and communicating to a wide range of industry stakeholders.
Experience with budgeting and ability to interpret financial documents.
Demonstrated acceptance and flexibility in adapting to change in an evolving and changing industry.
Action-oriented, self-starter with demonstrated ability to lead teams and multiple projects.
Up to 20% travel may be required at times as set forth by NCPDP Foundation Board of Trustees.
The NCPDP Foundation is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona. Position does not require residence in or near Scottsdale.
Telecommuting is allowed.
Additional Salary Information: Potential annual bonus based on approval by NCPDP Foundation Board.
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About National Council for Prescription Drug Programs, Inc.
The NCPDP Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona and is affiliated with the National Council for Prescription Drug Programs (NCPDP). The NCPDP Foundation was established in December 2012 to support research, education and charitable involvement within the healthcare industry. For more information visit, http://ncpdpfoundation.org.