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Program Director

Grantmakers In Health (GIH) is looking for a dynamic professional who enjoys delving into health policy issues and designing programs that help the staff and trustees of foundations and corporate giving programs learn, connect, and grow.

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Executive Director

The Salem Health and Wellness Foundation seeks a leader passionate about shaping and defining a new vision for impact for the only health-related grantmaker in this largely poor and rural area. As the Foundation begins its third decade, the Board of Directors seeks an executive with public health and philanthropic experience, a commitment to community, and the cultural sensitivity and vision to ensure the foundation continues to be a true force for progress for the region and its 65,000 residents.

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Associate Program Officer (Living with Type 1 Diabetes in the U.S)

The Type 1 Diabetes Program is looking for two Associate Program Officers who will work closely with the Program Officers who are leading a strategic pillar of the Helmsley Program called “Living with T1D in the United States”. The pillar includes two existing and growing grants portfolios, Modernizing Care and Unlocking Better Outcomes.

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Associate Program Officer

This position will be working on the implementation of the Foundation’s priorities related to Advocacy, Capacity Building, and Community Solutions, as well as supporting our locally-focused work in nine communities across the state. These responsibilities will include community engagement, relationship building with community partners, reviewing grant proposals, managing active grants, and supporting special projects that advance the Foundation’s work.

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Program Officer (2 openings)

The Foundation is happy to announce two openings for the position of Program Officer. This position is responsible for active community engagement, development and implementation of philanthropic strategies, and reviewing, recommending and managing grants.

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Public Policy Officer

The Foundation is happy to announce the position of Public Policy Officer. This position leads the execution of advocacy initiatives to advance the Foundation’s policy agenda. The position represents the Foundation to multiple external audiences, building and maintaining productive relationships with policymakers, coalitions of advocacy organizations, and other key partners in community to advance the organization’s policy agenda.

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Associate Program Officer, Type 1 Diabetes

The Associate Program Officer will be responsible for substantive programmatic support of the following: review and response to scientific proposals, conducting due diligence for potential grants, managing and writing grant recommendations, monitoring progress of existing grants, keeping up to date on relevant scientific and clinical developments, and supporting new strategy development.

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Chief Strategy Officer

Leading a team of experienced and committed vice presidents who in turn lead high-performing staff, the CSO will ensure work across all programmatic functions is integrated and effective. As a change agent and strategist, the CSO will leverage systems thinking, cross-sector collaboration, and a long-term vision to advance health equity in the diverse state of Missouri.

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Grants Associate

The Grants Associate will work on the administration and management of a portfolio of Helmsley’s annual grantmaking, and will serve as a liaison in a key inter-department role (i.e. communications, technology, etc.). This will require providing day-to-day and project-based support for the effective and efficient administration of program and operational grants for a wide range of domestic and internationally based grantees.

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Program Assistant

The program assistant supports the program team comprised of a program director and program officers by providing general administrative support, grants management, meeting planning, travel and event logistics. This position will interact regularly with Foundation staff and consultants, current and potential grantees, and community leaders; and assist in maintaining and enhancing a positive image for the organization.

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President

The President of the Floyd Polk Healthcare Foundation will have an inspiring challenge: Advance the legacy of service long characteristic of Floyd Medical Center and capitalize on the unique opportunity for impact inherent in the philanthropic resource made possible by its sale.

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Executive Director, Center for Health Equity

Eager to build and develop the new center, this leader will bring a deep understanding and commitment to addressing issues inherent to health equity through community and people-centered solutions. The successful candidate will bring a track record of entrepreneurial success and effective leadership in building a multi-disciplinary center or similar infrastructure, as well as building trust in diverse communities and cultivating strong community partnerships.

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Executive Fellow

Well Being Trust is seeking an Executive Fellow who is a rising leader in the early stages of their career. The Fellow should have excellent relationship and project management skills; a demonstrated commitment to promoting health equity and reducing health disparities; and formative experience in one or more related fields of mental health and well-being and/or community health and development.

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Health Access Program Officer

VHCF’s Health Access Program Officer will be an instrumental part of this engaged, supportive, and nimble team as it evaluates and supports valuable community-based initiatives; explores effective new opportunities; and elevates the delivery and number of needed medical, dental, and basic behavioral health services throughout the Commonwealth.

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Program Assistant, Controlling Health Care Costs

The Program Assistant is the staff member responsible for providing daily support for the Controlling Health Care Costs 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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Associate Program Officer, NYC Program

The Associate Program Officer will help with preparing and managing components of the grantmaking process, including completing monitoring reports, tracking program budgets, ensuring accurate payment of grants, helping to plan and execute meetings, communicating with grantees, and working with other relevant Helmsley staff. The APO will also have the opportunity to provide substantive programmatic support to a growing portfolio of grants.

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Investment Associate

Join a diverse and growing 5-person finance team and help oversee the foundation’s money, including our operating budget and our mission-related investments, and collaborate closely with other departments, including Operations and Grants Programs. The Investment Associate will add capacity to help maximize the endowment and PRIs and manage a larger, more mission-aligned, and more complex investment portfolio.

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President

For just the third time in its history, The Cameron Foundation is embarking on the search for a leader worthy of the complex array of challenges and opportunities ahead. The current effort is
prompted by plans announced recently by the Foundation’s President to retire after ten years in the role.

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Strategic Communications Officer

We achieve health equity through race equity by listening humbly, learning fearlessly, and leading courageously impacting systems and population health. The Strategic Communications Officer role is crucial to translate the voice of lived experience into influential narratives that influence social change.

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Community Partnerships Officer

The Community Partnerships Officer supports the Foundation’s Community Engagement efforts and works with the Vice President for Community Engagement to develop and implement EHF’s capacity building strategies for strengthening community health. This position leads EHF’s work to build the capacity of community health collaboratives and supports efforts to strengthen policy and advocacy capacity among community partners.

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Posts are free for GIH Funding Partners; for all others the cost is $99 for a 90-day post. At this time, we only accept positions based in health, philanthropy, or the nonprofit sector. GIH retains the right to review all posts for appropriateness and relevance to our community.

  • Opportunities will remain live on our site for 90 days, unless otherwise notified.
  • Payment by non-Funding Partners must be received in full before posting.

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