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The Program Director works closely with the Highmark Delaware BluePrints for the Community team to ensure resources invested in the community have maximum benefit toward improving quality of life and health outcomes throughout Delaware.
The Program Lead will support the founder, leadership team, and critical stakeholders, both internally and externally, to manage projects and represent the foundation’s vision. Based on the foundation leadership’s directives, support strategic planning efforts, development, implementation and oversees program and service delivery. Demonstrates a strong financial and business acumen to understand the complex project structures and grant agreements.
As a Grants Associate, you will support the grantmaking administration of either the Israel, Sub-Saharan Africa, or New York City portfolios, depending on your aligned interest and/or experience. In addition to providing day-to-day support on program and operational grants, you will work on inter-departmental projects with colleagues across the organization (ie: communications, technology, etc.), proactively identify and execute on big ideas to improve operations and foster excellent working relationships with a variety of stakeholders.
In this position you will be part of a dynamic and creative team committed to supporting organizations and leaders changing systems and conditions to improve health equity in North Carolina.
We are seeking a colleague who will identify, engage, and support our grantees and other partners to cultivate systems and policy change with a specific focus on developing a more robust and diverse health care workforce to meet the primary and behavioral health needs of everyone in North Carolina.