Open Career Opportunities
The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust is seeking an Administrative Assistant to support the administrative function of the Trust for their colleagues and larger community. In this role, you will be the first point of contact for those engaging with the Trust and ensure the smooth daily running of the Trust office.
As a member of the Community Engagement team, the Program Officer (PO) will further the work of the Community Benefit Giving Office (CBGO), which is designed to centralize all community giving for Cedars-Sinai and maximize its impact across Los Angeles.
Works in partnership with the Board of Directors and the staff of Interact for Health and all related entities to provide leadership, vision, and direction for the organization and develop an organizational strategy. The President + CEO is knowledgeable about Interact for Health’s programs, oversees operations, implements policies approved by the Board, and represents the organization throughout the vast region IFH serves and all of its communities.
The program associate, based in the Washington, D.C. office, reports to the Vice President of the Federal and State Health Policy (FSHP) Program. This position will support the FSHP Program team including the Program Officers for Federal and State Health Policy and Medicaid.
The intern will provide support related to foundation assessment and report to the Vice President of Survey Research, Evaluation and Organizational Effectiveness who leads the Fund’s organizational performance and program impact assessment activities.
The Vice President oversees the direct service portfolio of the Foundation, including the Mobile Dental Program and Scholarship Program and will lead efforts to engage with external constituencies to help grow and support a philanthropic culture in Austin and throughout Central Texas.
The newly created position of Equity Programs Manager will be responsible for working with TFN’s Director of Equitable Initiatives and Leadership Development to advance internal and external efforts to make racial equity cross-cutting and foundational at TFN, amplifying our work and supporting a growing learning community.
Healthcare Georgia Foundation (HGF), located in Atlanta, GA, seeks a collaborative, mission-oriented, hands-on finance executive. This is an exciting opportunity to serve as an executive leader of a statewide foundation seeking to achieve health equity for all Georgians.
The Matching Gifts and Grants Coordinator will coordinate all aspects of the Fund’s Matching Gifts Program (MGP), provide administrative support for processing grant agreements, and take on other special projects as needed. The MGP is managed via a custom portal built on salesforce.com, the Fund’s grants management system.
The Program Assistant is the staff member responsible for providing daily support for the Health Care Coverage and Access Program. The Program Assistant will be expected to perform a variety of duties ranging from daily administrative and grants management tasks to writing, editing, and research responsibilities.
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