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Grant Program Specialist

We have an opportunity to join the Alliance as a Grant Program Specialist in the Community Grants Department which aligns the Alliance’s community investments with our strategic priorities and the needs of our local communities. We also help realize the Alliance’s vision of healthy people, healthy communities by making Medi-Cal Capacity Grant Program funding available to the provider network and local organizations that serve a high volume of Medi-Cal members.

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Policy and Research Associate

The New York Health Foundation is seeking applications for a Policy and Research Associate. This person will serve as a key member of the Policy and Research team, working closely with the Director of Policy and Research and another Policy and Research Associate.

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Executive Director

The next Executive Director of Cancer Wellness Center will be a proven visionary leader with a minimum of ten to fifteen years professional experience of progressive leadership experience including five years of Senior Management and, most importantly, will have a deep and abiding passion for the mission of Cancer Wellness Center and the individuals and families it serves.

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Associate Director of Advancement

This role is an excellent opportunity for an ambitious fundraising professional to bring project management skills, relationship management experience, and appetite for growth to a dynamic organization at the forefront of the movement to heal systemic and interpersonal violence.

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Executive Director

The new Executive Director will have the opportunity to lead an already successful foundation to make an even greater impact in the industry and, most importantly, on the lives of patients with breast cancer.  The organization has evolved from being a volunteer-run operation, supported by a handful of donors, to an organization with national reach, professional staff, and a Board with solid institutional knowledge, and a wellspring of fresh ideas and energy from its newer members.

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Chief Science Officer for The Medical Foundation

Health Resources in Action is seeking a highly talented and experienced Chief Science Officer (CSO) for the Medical Foundation (TMF), a department which facilitates biomedical sciences grantmaking services.  TMF provides strategic advising of the design and administration investments in biomedical sciences to a range of clients and partners.

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Senior Learning & Evaluation Officer

As part of this work, the position is responsible for creating and implementing comprehensive plans that integrate strategic conversations with learning and evidence, designing and deploying evaluation studies, and engaging the teams in learning that informs future strategy work and assesses existing work. The Senior Officer also supports aspects of organizational capacity building around strategy, evidence and learning, as well as creating and overseeing structures and practices for the Learning & Evaluation team to improve and innovate their own practices.

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Managing Director

The inaugural Managing Director serves as the coordinating and operational lead for the Coalition to Advance Public Safety. In service of CAPS’ life-saving work, the Managing Director will facilitate collaboration among Core4 team members, funders, local leaders, and other stakeholders; monitor and report on project deliverables and objectives; and manage coalition finances and administration.

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Program Director, Health Workforce

Michael Reese will be filling two Program Directors positions, both are senior-level peer positions whose work redefines philanthropy through the creation of new approaches centered on community needs, ideas, and input. The Program Directors develop partnerships with public and private entities to resource and implement strategies that address the critical health needs of our region….

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Program Director, Strategic Initiatives

Michael Reese will be filling two Program Directors positions, both are senior-level peer positions whose work redefines philanthropy through the creation of new approaches centered on community needs, ideas, and input. The Program Directors develop partnerships with public and private entities to resource and implement strategies that address the critical health needs of our region.

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Program Officer, Reproductive Justice, Social Change Portfolio

The Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation (STBF) is now seeking nominations and applications for a Program Officer, Reproductive Justice, in its US Programs, Social Change portfolio. The Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation (STBF) is a private grant-making Foundation with a U.S. home office in Omaha, Nebraska, and a global office in Kigali, Rwanda. With annual spending in…

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Program Associate, Social Change Portfolio

The Program Associate holds a vital role in an integral part of the team, providing grantmaking, programmatic, and administrative support to Senior Program Officers and Program Officers on an assigned portfolio (Patients and Access or Social Change) on the US Programs team. Working closely with your team, you will oversee facilitating smooth grantmaking processes, providing programmatic insights, and ensuring efficient administrative operations.

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Program Officer, Data and Grants Management

We are seeking a skilled and experienced program officer to support the Foundation grants management and operations in its practice of using data to measure performance, inform operational and programmatic decisions, ensure data quality, and improve grantmaking processes.  The program officer is primarily responsible to uphold the quality of our online grants management system and grant records, as well as to provide administrative and programmatic support to Health Foundation staff and initiatives.

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Program Officer

This role provides programmatic support and assists in the planning and administration of grant making for the Foundation.  The Program officer coordinates program activities and maintains collaborative relationships that meet the expectations of funders, partners, and stakeholders.

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President

The incoming President will expand the Foundation’s record of collaborative leadership by leveraging strategic partnerships, funding collaboratives, advocacy agendas, and collective impact projects. They will lead the Foundation with passion, authenticity, and integrity, exhibiting strong interpersonal skills and emotional intelligence. 

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Vice President of Community Investment and Impact

The Vice President of Community Investments & Impact role represents an exciting opportunity for an individual who has a passion for advancing health and well-being and a deep appreciation of the important role of philanthropy and of CHF in strengthening the organizations that are working to advance health equity in Colorado. CHF seeks an inspired and inspiring, skilled and experienced, values-driven leader to join the team at an important moment for Colorado, and for CHF.

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Director, Aging Initiatives

The Director of Aging Initiatives will lead our Rural Aging Action Network (RAAN), a mature collaborative of Lutheran Services in America members with a leading presence in rural communities. The role will lead and grow this innovative program, which has been recognized by aging industry leaders. Come join us to grow this pioneering solution advancing health and opportunity for all older adults in rural communities!

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Director of Impact Learning and Evaluation

The Director of Impact Learning and Evaluation strategically leads the assessment of the Foundation’s work and investments, commissioning or applying research and data – including community voice – that informs the development and refinement of strategy and assesses progress towards the Foundation’s goals. This is a leadership position that partners with impact, communications, and investment teams, and regularly presents to the board of directors.

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Chief Communications Officer

Mat-Su Health Foundation (MSHF) seeks a strategic communications executive with a passion for building connections through communications to serve as Chief Communications Officer (CCO). A critical partner to the CEO and leaders across the organization, the CCO will create a cohesive plan to advance the organization’s mission and values through communications.

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President/Secretary

The next President/Secretary of the HealthPath Foundation will have the opportunity to make a difference in the health of Ohioans.  This leader will oversee grant investments across Ohio and use HealthPath’s access and influence to advance public health outcomes through collaboration and advocacy. 

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