New York Medical College

About NYMC

Working at NYMC

NYMC is seeking a sophisticated and seasoned team of development officers

New York Medical College is seeking a team of development officers with a track record of success in both fundraising and management to serve as the catalyst for enabling the school to achieve its near- and long-term financial goals.  This is an exciting opportunity to join an institution poised to take an increasing leadership role in medical education, training, research and community service. 

Open positions include:

  Vice President, Development and Alumni Relations

  Major Gifts Officer (additional information TBA)

  Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations (additional     information TBA)

We seek advancement professionals of considerable experience and ability, with a track record as a successful major/principal gift fund raiser and a commitment to integrating a broad engagement with alumni and other constituencies with an efficient and effective fund-raising program. We seek individuals who will lead in both word and deed and will possess the knowledge, intelligence, and judgment necessary to engage with leaders across the college to cultivate a holistic culture of philanthropy that is widely embraced and significantly productive.

If you are interested in any of these exciting opportunities please contact:

New York Medical College
Office of Human Resources
Administration Building
Valhalla, NY 10595
Attn: Employment Manager

Our email address is Recruiter@nymc.edu. You may also fax your resume and cover letter to (914) 594-4309.

University Background

New York Medical College (NYMC) is one of the nation’s oldest private health sciences universities. NYMC, founded in 1860, moved to Valhalla, NY from Manhattan in the 1970s. NYMC enrolls approximately 1,500 students. The college comprises The School of Medicine, The Graduate School of Basic Medical Sciences, and The School of Health Sciences and Practice. The college confers the degrees MS, MPH, DrPH, DPT, PhD, MD, and certificates in over 30 disciplines. More than 3,000 full-time, part-time and voluntary faculty members enjoy international reputations for their academic, clinical and scientific accomplishments. NYMC became part of the Touro College and University System in May 2011, creating one of the largest affiliations of medical and health education and biological studies programs under one institutional banner.  Chartered in 1970 and headquartered in New York City, Touro is America’s largest, not-for-profit, independent institution of higher and professional education under Jewish auspices, now with approximately 19,000 students. In addition to a law school, graduate schools, and undergraduate schools, Touro operates three colleges of osteopathic medicine and two colleges of pharmacy, and offers programs in physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech-language pathology, nursing and physician assistantship.

 

Page updated: November 2, 2012