Colorado Health Foundation
December 16, 2019
Candidates will have a personal commitment and connection with our mission and cornerstones; work well in ambiguity and managing change; and proactively identify opportunities to advance our mission while remaining grounded in the day-to-day responsibilities. They will have a broad understanding of the field of health, precursors to health (i.e. social determinants), and health philanthropy.
This position is responsible for reviewing and recommending grant proposals, managing active grants, completing grant reports, and participating in the development and implementation of philanthropic strategies. The ideal candidate excels in developing relationships with various partners and stakeholders; producing written summaries and recommendations; managing multiple projects with consistency; and exhibits a desire to learn and grow. Additionally, they work well in ambiguity and proactively identify opportunities to advance the Foundation’s mission while remaining grounded in the day to day execution of tasks and responsibilities.
This position requires a deep understanding of the communities we serve, including communities of color, rural communities, and neighborhoods or regions that face health inequities. A Bachelor’s Degree in a health-related field, social work, public health or administration, business administration or other related field is necessary. Additionally, qualified candidates need five years’ experience in the nonprofit, public, or health sectors. Program officers are actively engaged in their assigned regions and communities, which requires a minimum of 40% travel throughout Colorado.
This is an extraordinary opportunity for an individual to have a meaningful impact through their professional contributions.
Interested candidates may submit their resumes and cover letters:
This position closes on January 2, 2020
The Colorado Health Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer and invites qualified candidates from all backgrounds to apply.
About the Organization
At the Foundation, we believe that keeping equity at the heart of our work will lead us to better health. That starts from within, including intentional application of diversity, equity, and inclusion practices that guide how we operate and work in communities across Colorado. For example, our cornerstones are designed to help ensure that:
- We serve Coloradans who have low income and/or have historically had less power or privilege.
- We do everything with the intent of creating health equity.
- We are informed by the community and those we exist to serve.