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We are Team Unstoppable, serving Surrey Memorial Hospital, Jim Pattison Outpatient Care and Surgery Centre, and Czorny Alzheimer Centre. Inspired by our medical professionals’ extraordinary commitment, we raise funds to support their efforts, purchase world-class equipment, and ensure our facilities are state-of-the-art. We are committed, relentless, efficient and always keep our community, our medical team, our patients and our donors at the heart of everything we do.

OPEN POSITIONS

Do you feel you belong on Team Unstoppable? Are you goal-oriented and team-spirited? Are you passionate about impacting lives and making a positive difference every single day? Then we want to hear from you.  Check our current job openings and apply if qualified.  If no vacancies are listed, please check back.

Database & Accounting Coordinator

ORGANIZATION OVERVIEW

Surrey Hospitals Foundation is the largest non-government funder of health care for families in Surrey and the surrounding Fraser Valley communities.

Thanks to the generosity of donors, we help fund every one of our region’s major health facilities including Surrey Memorial Hospital and the Jim Pattison Outpatient Care and Surgery Centre. We also support and fund the Czorny Alzheimer Centre, along with many specialized community programs for newborns, children, adults and seniors. Our Surrey health care campus provides health care for the whole family, from birth to end-of-life.

We acknowledge that we operate, live and work on the traditional territories of the Semiahmoo, Katzie, Kwantlen, Kwikwetlem, Qayqayt, Tsawwassen First Nations and Metis Nations.

JOB SUMMARY

We are seeking an Database & Accounting Coordinator to join our team. Reporting to the Database Manager, the Database & Accounting Coordinator is responsible for supporting database integrity in the areas of data entry and gift processing and requires an individual who is highly process and detail oriented, with a critical degree of accuracy. The ability to reconcile entries from the general ledger to the donor data base.

Key Responsibilities

  • Daily processing of offline and online gifts using Raiserʼs Edge (Blackbaud) software and Raiserʼs Edge NXT, including generating tax receipts in accordance with Canada Revenue Agency guidelines;
  • Assist the Database Manager with regular database integrity checks;
  • Keeps database operational and up to date to support other operational and fundraising functions and activities, including entering donor and sponsorship information, and properly coding gifts in terms of GL, appeal, campaign, and funds and solicit codes, ensuring integrity and security of information stored;
  • Generates queries, lists, dashboards and reports using Raiser’s Edge for various operational and fundraising functions, including data mining required for cultivation and stewardship projects, direct mail packages, donor recognition, prospect and donor research, and auditing and financial reporting;
  • Reconciling accounting general ledger data with Raiser’s Edge NXT;
  • Assist in the preparation of the annual T3010 – Registered Charity Information Return;
  • Understands donor stewardship best practices and is able to create prompt, engaging donor acknowledgment communications and processes;
  • Consult with the Database Manager on processes and actively look at creating efficiencies within the day-to-day requirements;
  • Performs other related duties as required;

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • Graduation from a recognized diploma program in business management or related field, supplemented by courses in computer science or internet-based applications plus two (2) years + database experience preferred, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
  • Previous charitable sector experience, including compliance requirements (CASL, CRA, etc.), considered a strong asset.
  • Proficiency in Raiserʼs Edge and Raiserʼs Edge NXT (especially pertaining to gift records and gift processing) or other Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software is an asset;
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel ); previous experience with Power BI or other similar tools. Current knowledge of CRA, PCI, Privacy regulations and policy.

SKILLS & ABILITIES

  • Proactive self-starter who shows initiative and can self-direct their own work plans;
  • Comfortable working both independently and in a team setting;
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills, with the ability to handle multiple projects concurrently, set priorities, and remain flexible;
  • Strong organizational and administrative skills with the ability to establish efficient work processes and systems;
  • Strong attention to detail and accuracy in data entry;
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work and communicate effectively and tactfully, verbally and in writing, with donors and with people at all levels, internal and external to the organization;
  • High level of professionalism, with an ability to work effectively with minimal supervision;
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills, a collaborative working style;

WORKING CONDITIONS

  • This is a full time position;
  • This position is in-house at the Surrey Hospitals Foundation office located at Surrey Memorial Hospital;
  • Must provide evidence of full courses of Health-Canada approved vaccinations prior to starting their first shift;

BENEFITS

  • Excellent benefits through Fraser Health plan, including generous extended health limits, dental, life insurance, and participation in the defined benefit Municipal Pension Plan
  • Four weeks of vacation to start and Summer Fridays.
  • Great Work Culture and Professional Development
  • Salary range for this position is $55,000-$65,000

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Please send resume and cover letter by email to HR@surreyhospitalsfoundation.com with the heading: Database & Accounting Coordinator

Closing date: June 28, 2024

Surrey Hospitals Foundation actively encourages all qualified individuals to apply, including those with historical and/or current barriers to equity. We are committed to upholding and fostering diversity, equity, and inclusion in our workplace and strive to reflect in our team the diversity of the region that we and our health care facilities serve. We value the contributions and experiences that each person brings and welcome those who can further contribute to the rich diversification of knowledge and skills at our Foundation.

Director, Marketing and Communications

ORGANIZATION OVERVIEW

Surrey Hospitals Foundation is the largest non-government funder of health care for individuals and families residing in Surrey and the surrounding Fraser Valley communities.

Thanks to donors’ generosity, we help fund every one of our region’s major health facilities, including Surrey Memorial Hospital and the Jim Pattison Outpatient Care and Surgery Centre. We also support and fund the Czorny Alzheimer Centre and many specialized community programs for newborns, children, adults, and seniors. Our Surrey healthcare campus provides health care for every stage, from birth to the end of life.

We acknowledge that we operate, live and work on the traditional territories of the Semiahmoo, Katzie, Kwantlen, Kwikwetlem, Qaywavt, Tsawwassen First Nations and Metis Nations.

JOB SUMMARY

Surrey Hospitals Foundation is seeking a resourceful and experienced Director of Marketing & Communications to join our team. As the Director of Marketing & Communications, you will play a key role in leadership crafting and executing a robust marketing and communications strategy aimed at enhancing both Hospital and Foundation brands and advance the fundraising targets. Possessing excellent written and verbal communication skills and a deep understanding of fundraising dynamics, this role will have the great honour of developing a diverse team and oversee multiple projects while fostering strong relationships with key stakeholders including fellow team members, Hospital leaders, and media partners.

The Director of Marketing & Communications will bring extensive leadership experience and strategic acumen to the team. You are a proactive and innovative individual with excellent organizational abilities and a talent for managing projects effectively. Overall, this role is instrumental in driving the Foundation’s success through strategic marketing and communication initiatives.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Reporting to the President and CEO, the Director of Marketing & Communications is responsible for the following.

  • Collaborate with Senior Leadership Team on implementation of 3 year strategic plan objectives and activities.
  • Oversee the Foundation’s public profile, presence and reputation through a comprehensive marketing and communications strategy designed to maximize fundraising success and enhance brand awareness and organization of key messages. This includes direct response marketing, external communications, internal communications, media relations, marketing/promotions, and community relations.
  • Collaborate and support the development and execution of annual Direct Response Marketing strategies.
  • Integrate the Foundation’s marketing and communications plan with the Hospital’s PR plans to ensure a comprehensive, integrated, and effective strategy for Foundation/Hospital Communications.
  • Develop strategies to grow and enhance the Foundation’s brand, profile the excellence in care across facilities and raise awareness in the community and the digital space.
  • Develop and manage strong partnerships with key media contacts and manage and act as organization’s spokesperson in conjunction with the President & CEO.
  • Provide Strategic guidance and oversight to government, academic partners and health authority relationships.
  • Strategize and lead day-to-day work of the Marketing & Communications team.
  • Lead and develop team while contributing to the team culture objectives.
  • Proactively track expenses against annual budgets.

Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

Communications

  • Serve as the Foundation President’s key advisor on communications issues, including media relations, crisis management, as well as new trends in the charitable sector and public relations.
  • Develop and implement a comprehensive communications plan to achieve the Foundation’s fundraising objectives and broader public awareness goals.
  • Collaborate with Foundation teams (i.e. Philanthropy, Donor Engagement, Events, Annual Giving, etc.) to define specific engagement, cultivation, and stewardship messaging for a diverse constituent audience based on fundraising priorities and brand platform.
  • Establish and evaluate the departmental strategic plan, including metrics to evaluate success and cost effectiveness.
  • Collaborate with Database Manager to ensure that the Foundation website and online giving platforms are functional, user friendly, and used effectively to maximum advantage as both a communications and fundraising tool.
  • Collaborate with Fraser Health’s Communications team ensuring appropriate linkages with media and fostering productive relationships.
  • Maintain and ensure consistent branding, image and communications strategies and policies.
  • Oversee the creation of collateral materials, including print and email newsletters to donors and prospects, case statements, web articles, press releases and media outreach, custom donor proposals, and brochures.

Marketing

  • Lead cross-functional analysis for brand strategy and conduct regular audits for performance evaluation, ensuring brand consistency across touchpoints, integrating brand evolution into marketing efforts, and staying updated on industry trends.
  • Lead the strategic vision in the development of digital strategy: web content and web marketing, social media, PR and collateral to generate brand awareness and donations – monitor analytics and usage.
  • Develop and cultivate relationship with key media advertising reps and partners to execute media campaigns and advertising buys. Ensure consistency of key messages and brand identity. Track return on investment of media buys.
  • Manage the foundation’s brand across all internal departments to ensure continuity.
  • Research, identify and create a marketing strategy for the Foundation to increase brand awareness and profile on the Hospital, Jim Pattison Outpatient Care & Surgery Centre and Czorny Alzheimer’s Centre and in the community and, among patients, donors and prospective donors, partners and sponsors.
  • Oversee the production of all Foundation marketing & communications materials, including the Foundation e-newsletters, Donor Impact Reports, brochures, and marketing materials, as well speechwriting, etc.
  • Oversee electronic and print material production and distribution, advertising, and media sponsorship opportunities.
  • Create, evaluate, and oversee the implementation of social media channels and strategies, where appropriate, to support Foundation events and objectives.
  • Develop metrics to measure effectiveness and efficiency of our marketing strategy.
  • Keep apprised of the latest trends in innovative and unique marketing strategies.

Public Relations

  • Liaise and collaborate with Academic partners, Fraser Health Authority and government to help SHF identify and proactively address public healthcare issues facing our region.
  • Identify and address public inquiries, concerns, and feedback from various channels to develop effective strategies that promote understanding and support for SHF’s vision and role in healthcare across the region.
  • Collaborate with CEO to develop and implement a Government Relations strategic plan.
  • Oversee all aspects of public relations, including media relations and community relations.
  • Lead an earned media strategy focused on proactively generating positive stories about Surrey Hospitals Foundation and the facilities and programs the Foundation supports.

SKILLS & ABILITIES

  • Exceptional organizational skills.
  • Strong staff management skills.
  • Excellent writing/editing skills.
  • Strong strategic thinking.
  • Creativity with a strong understanding of visual identity/graphic design.
  • Ability to work collaboratively with various partners.
  • Self-starter capable of managing, successfully prioritizing and executing multiple concurrent tasks, while meeting tight deadlines in a fast-paced environment.
  • Demonstrated professionalism and tact in handling highly sensitive and confidential information ethically, adhering to professional standards and protecting the confidential information of SHF.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • 10+ years of relevant experience at a senior level in foundation, fundraising or healthcare communications.
  • Relevant bachelor’s or master’s degree, preferably in communications, marketing, or public relations
  • Track record of success in producing high-quality publications and deliverables (i.e. newsletters, donor impact reports, e-communications)
  • Relevant experience in digital and direct marketing concepts and methods
  • Proficiency in social media emerging trends and strategies
  • Demonstrated ability to define marketing and strategic communications goals and objectives for multiple target audiences, and to develop and implement strategic communications plans to accomplish goals.
  • Substantial experience in leveraging web, email, and social media for fundraising purposes.
  • Experience producing marketing communications plans and materials for fundraising and stewardship purposes.

WORKING CONDITIONS

  • This is a full-time position
  • This position is in-house at the Surrey Hospitals Foundation office located at Surrey Memorial Hospital.
  • Valid driver’s license and access to a personal vehicle is required.
  • Must provide evidence of full courses of Health-Canada approved vaccinations prior to starting their first shift.

BENEFITS

Excellent benefits through Fraser Health plan, including extended health, dental, life insurance, and pension.
Four weeks of vacation to start and Summer Fridays.
Great Work Culture and Professional Development.
Salary Range: $105,000 – $120,000

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Please send resume and cover letter by email to noah@gerardsearch.com with the heading: Director, Marketing & Communications

Surrey Hospitals Foundation actively encourages all qualified individuals to apply, including those with historical and/or current barriers to equity. We are committed to upholding and fostering diversity, equity, and inclusion in our workplace and strive to reflect in our team the diversity of the region that we and our health care facilities serve. We value the contributions and experiences that each person brings and welcome those who can further contribute to the rich diversification of knowledge and skills at our Foundation.

People & Culture Manager

ORGANIZATION OVERVIEW

Surrey Hospitals Foundation is the largest non-government funder of health care for individuals and families residing in Surrey and the surrounding Fraser Valley communities.

Thanks to donors’ generosity, we help fund every one of our region’s major health facilities, including Surrey Memorial Hospital and the Jim Pattison Outpatient Care and Surgery Centre. We also support and fund the Czorny Alzheimer Centre and many specialized community programs for newborns, children, adults, and seniors. Our Surrey healthcare campus provides health care for every stage, from birth to the end of life.

We acknowledge that we operate, live and work on the traditional territories of the Semiahmoo, Katzie, Kwantlen, Kwikwetlem, Qaywavt, Tsawwassen First Nations and Metis Nations

JOB SUMMARY

Surrey Hospitals Foundation is looking for a resourceful and experienced People and Culture Manager to join our team. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the Manager, People and Culture is responsible for contributing to the overall people strategy by assisting in HR planning, policies, programs, and services, while offering insightful advice and guidance to support the organization’s
objectives.

This role actively participates in day-to-day HR operations, employee relations, and various aspects of HR administration. The Manager, People and Culture will take a leadership role in driving initiatives that promote equity, diversity, and inclusion, fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace. The Manager, People and Culture works collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders to advance the organization’s mission, strategic and HR priorities.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide strategic advice and operationalize human resources and organizational culture workplans to support an overall people strategy that honours client focus and a culture of anti-oppression, equity, diversity and inclusion
  • Lead planning and development of human resources strategies focusing on promoting a positive workplace culture and driving employee engagement in alignment with Surrey Hospitals Foundation Vision, Values and the organizational operational and strategic goals.
  • Integrate equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI), transformation, and resilience strategies into the organizational culture.
  • Collaboratively lead the development, implementation, and oversight of human resources policies, programs, and services, ensuring compliance with legislation (e.g., Employment Standards, Occupational Health and Safety, Pay Equity) and adherence to sound HR principles and best practices.
  • Offer coaching and guidance to members of leadership on employment related matters pertaining to legislative compliance, employee relations, team effectiveness, people leadership, change management and employee development
  • Mitigate complex employee relations issues by overseeing employee disciplinary meetings, terminations, and investigations resulting in effective resolution
  • Create and maintain in house volunteer policies, and communicate as appropriate
  • Implement recruitment and retention strategies to attract top talent.
  • Manage talent lifecycle, coordinate and oversee the recruitment process, including job postings, interview packages, job offers, and onboarding and orientation, in collaboration with hiring managers
  • Coordinates and executes all job evaluations and salary reviews for new positions and emerging practices.
  • Plans and coordinates special events, team building exercises, and employee service award and recognition programs.
  • Supports leadership with the annual performance review process by training employees and supervisors, developing SMART goals , KPI’s and monitoring completed reviews.
  • Lead the employee workplace accommodation process and claims management.
  • Provide administrative HR support for various tasks and projects in support of the Board of Directors
  • Work with leadership to ensure the volunteer policies, procedures, handbook and waivers are up to date and being followed
  • Manage and develop student placement and volunteer programs by liaising with leadership to develop placement opportunities for students and volunteers
  • Drive a culture that encourages staff and leaders to recognize and utilize volunteer skillsets and create engaging volunteer opportunities
  • Ensure alignment in volunteer onboarding and recognition processes and policies, resulting in a consistent and exceptional volunteer experience across the province
  • Support the preparation, maintenance and updating of employee personnel files.
  • Review, revise, refine and develop HR processes to effectively support the organizations current and evolving functional needs.
  • Collaborate cross-functionally to design and implement initiatives fostering respect, belonging, and cultural competence, enhancing employee engagement and retention.
  • Utilizing information technology to ensure required HR reporting to support organizational decision making is created and maintained to support all HR functions and budget planning
  • Ensure compliance with requirements of accreditation.
  • Stay current with evolving HR regulations, labor laws, and industry and DEI best practices, incorporating these updates into HR policies and practices
  • Oversight of Payroll enrollment with Fraser Health Authority and Timekeeping
  • Performs other duties as assigned by the CEO

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • Five years of Human Resources experience
  • University Degree in Business Administration, Human Resources or related field
  • CHRP designation preferred
  • Experience with supervising payroll/WSIB/EHT/CRA payments & reconciliations
  • A solid understanding of HR practices, employment legislation and Board Governance.
  • Ability to diagnose and successfully handle employee relations issues, exercising good judgment.
  • Demonstrated ability to handle confidential and complex issues with discretion.
  • Creative and resourceful. Strong problem solving and influencing skills
  • Excellent administrative, communication and organizational skills
  • Familiarity with the Oversight of employee health benefits
  • Experience in Payroll Oversight
  • Experience with the recruitment and selection process
  • Experience in supervising and evaluating staff
  • Experience providing internal customer service
  • Well-developed listening and assessment skills
  • Highly proficient in MS Office Suite and internet research
  • Excellent writing and communication skills including effective coaching
  • Excellent organizational and time-management skills, ability to meet tight deadlines
  • Attention to detail.
  • Excellent knowledge, of computer software programs and the ability to coach others

SKILLS & ABILITIES

  • Self-motivated and results-oriented
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • The ability to work in a fast paced, collaborative environment while being able to prioritize and multi-task
  • Skilled at strategic one-to-one major gift work with donors, navigating complex scenarios that require self-directed decision-making
  • Skilled at communicating Surrey Hospitals Foundation’s mission, interests, and impact and making compelling cases for support in written and verbal formats
  • Comfortable with public speaking and making presentations to a diverse range of donors
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and in a supportive team environment
  • Big picture thinker with attention to detail
  • An interest in philanthropy and learning new skills

WORKING CONDITIONS

This is a full-time position
This position is in-house at the Surrey Hospitals Foundation office located at Surrey Memorial Hospital
Valid driver’s license and access to a personal vehicle is an asset but not required
Must provide evidence of full courses of Health-Canada approved vaccinations prior to starting their first shift

BENEFITS

Excellent benefits through Fraser Health plan, including extended health, dental, life insurance, and pension.
Four weeks of vacation to start and Summer Fridays.
Great Work Culture and Professional Development
Salary Range $75,000 – 90,000

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

To fill this position, Surrey Hospital Foundation has partnered with leadership advisory firm Odgers Berndtson. Applications are encouraged immediately and should be submitted online here.

Surrey Hospitals Foundation actively encourages all qualified individuals to apply, including those with historical and/or current barriers to equity. We are committed to upholding and fostering diversity, equity, and inclusion in our workplace and strive to reflect in our team the diversity of the region that we and our health care facilities serve. We value the contributions and experiences that each person brings and welcome those who can further contribute to the rich diversification of knowledge and skills at our Foundation.

Philanthropy Officer

ORGANIZATION OVERVIEW

Surrey Hospitals Foundation is the largest non-government funder of health care for individuals and families residing in Surrey and the surrounding Fraser Valley communities.

Thanks to donors’ generosity, we help fund every one of our region’s major health facilities, including Surrey Memorial Hospital and the Jim Pattison Outpatient Care and Surgery Centre. We also support and fund the Czorny Alzheimer Centre and many specialized community programs for newborns, children, adults, and seniors. Our Surrey healthcare campus provides health care for every stage, from birth to the end of life.

We acknowledge that we operate, live and work on the traditional territories of the Semiahmoo, Katzie, Kwantlen, Kwikwetlem, Qaywavt, Tsawwassen First Nations and Metis Nations.

JOB SUMMARY

Surrey Hospitals Foundation is seeking a resourceful and experienced Philanthropy Officer to join our team. As the Philanthropy Officer, you will develop and implement customized strategies and plans to identify, qualify, cultivate, solicit and steward a portfolio of existing and new major giving donors. The objective of the Philanthropy Officer is to inspire and engage major donors by delivering an unmatched donor experience through exceptional experiences, building trust, making donors feel valued and demonstrating the impact of their giving.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Reporting to the Chief Development Officer, responsibilities will include but not limited to:

  • Manage a portfolio of mid-level and major donors, and prospects driving results to meet and exceed the organization’s revenue goals
  • Cultivate, secure and steward major gifts in the $25K to $500K range
  • Manage existing portfolio of 120 donors and prospects
  • Identify giving patterns of current donors and high level prospects; identify donors with potential for growth and increased involvement with SHF
  • Develop and implement clearly defined strategies and plans for identifying, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding your portfolio
  • Maintain a robust pipeline of qualified potential new donors for significant new funding opportunities aligned with Surrey Hospitals Foundation’s funding priorities
  • Track fundraising, donor relations, and stewardship activities in the donor database to enhance relationships and increase the likelihood of continued support
  • Track and report progress using Key Performance Indicators related to: strategic donor engagement, solicitations (current and planned gifts) and the success rates and collaborative activities related to revenue generation across the Foundation.
  • Communicate with donors through in-person meetings, virtual meetings, phone calls, and written avenues including mail and email
  • Represent Surrey Hospitals Foundation through face-to-face presentations in the community at donor events and meetings

SKILLS & ABILITIES

  • Superior verbal and written communication skills, and the ability to provide clear executive information
  • Strong interpersonal skills, ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Skilled at strategic one-to-one major gift work with donors, navigating complex scenarios that require self-directed decision-making
  • Knowledge of fundraising principles and practices; keen interest in new and innovative ideas for research and pipeline management
  • Ability to locate, analyze, interpret, synthesize and communicate information, financial data and reports into information that will guide qualification, cultivation and solicitation strategies and stewardship reporting
  • Demonstrated initiative, creativity, effectiveness and organizational skills and the ability to work well and within timelines
  • Demonstrated professionalism and tact in handling highly sensitive and confidential information ethically; adhering to professional standards and protecting the confidential information of SHF
  • Ability to work under tight timelines and competing priorities

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • 5+ years of experience with fundraising and donor relations
  • Demonstrated ability to solicit major gifts by creating tailored donor proposals/grants and intentionally and successfully soliciting $25K+ gifts through strategic moves management processes
  • Proven ability to create effective donor strategies and solicitations
  • Strong knowledge of the philanthropic climate and opportunities in Surrey and surrounding cities South of Fraser and the Lower Mainland
  • An understanding of prospective donor behaviour and fundraising cycles
  • Degree in a related field such as Communications, Business or Non-Profit Studies
  • Specialized education such as a master’s degree, certificate in Fundraising Management or CFRE training considered an asset
  • Donor database experience, preferably in Raisers Edge/NXT
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, including Outlook, Excel, and Word

WORKING CONDITIONS

  • This is a full-time position
  • This position is in-house at the Surrey Hospitals Foundation office located at Surrey Memorial Hospital
  • Valid driver’s license and access to a personal vehicle is required
  • Must provide evidence of full courses of Health-Canada approved vaccinations prior to starting their first shift

BENEFITS

  • Excellent benefits through Fraser Health plan, including extended health, dental, life insurance, and pension.
  • Four weeks of vacation to start and Summer Fridays.
  • Great Work Culture and Professional Development.
  • Salary Range $75,000 – $90,000

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Please send resume and cover letter by email to HR@surreyhospitalsfoundation.com with the heading: Philanthropy Officer.

Surrey Hospitals Foundation actively encourages all qualified individuals to apply, including those with historical and/or current barriers to equity. We are committed to upholding and fostering diversity, equity, and inclusion in our workplace and strive to reflect in our team the diversity of the region that we and our health care facilities serve. We value the contributions and experiences that each person brings and welcome those who can further contribute to the rich diversification of knowledge and skills at our Foundation.