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Executive Assistant to the President and CEO

This is a great opportunity for an accomplished administrative professional interested in working alongside and learning from a leader in the philanthropic community. The selected candidate will be equally proficient in and enthusiastic about both the support functions of the job and the opportunity to contribute to the foundation’s social justice mission.

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Senior Program Officer

Serve as primary support for the grants program with a 2-million-dollar portfolio focused on the health care safety net comprising advanced primary care, behavioral mental health, and healthy aging. As part of the Program Team, work to advance the mission of the WHF to inspire, mobilize resources, and encourage innovation to enhance the health and wellbeing of people living in greater Williamsburg.

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VP of Impact – Health and Wellness

The Vice President of Impact – Health & Wellness is responsible for helping to shape and implement a whole-person strategy for healthy communities in Western North Carolinians.

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Philanthropy Lead

A Statewide Philanthropy Lead manages a focus area within Caring for Colorado’s statewide philanthropy program, which includes Healthy Beginnings, Healthy Youth and Strong and Resilient Families, to support the foundation’s purpose of creating equity in health, well-being and opportunity for Colorado’s children and families.

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U.S. Programs Proposal and Technical Writer

Leads the writing of proposals for a range of US government agencies (for example, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Departments of Education, Health and Human Services, Justice, and Labor; and National Science Foundation), in addition to private sector and foundation funders, to support public health, education, and workforce development projects serving communities in the United States.

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Senior Procurement Specialist

The Senior Procurement Specialist will provide oversight over the development of pre/post-award functions which include, but are not limited to, conducting market research, drafting statements of work and deliverables, preparing RFX (RFP, RFQ, RFI), devising evaluation methodology and weighting, conducting sourcing events, organizing and leading technical evaluation panels, planning procurement strategy, developing payment schedules, and performing other cradle-to-grave procurement activities.

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Program Officer

Supporting the Vice President for Programs, the Program Officer will work as part of a team with a primary focus on implementation of the Empowering Health Care Consumers priority area. This position is ideal for a creative and strategic thinker who can contribute to the refinement of this priority area and its potential evolution to address other health care and health system issues.

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Director of Data and Impact

Seeking a forward-thinking, data-driven leader to serve as its new Director of Data and Impact. The Director of Data and Impact will advance the use of data and analytics at MSHF to better understand and address the community’s needs, evaluate the impact of the foundation’s investments and initiatives, and to tell the story of both the community’s health and the foundation’s work.

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Senior Clinical Program Officer, Science

The Senior Clinical Program Officer is responsible for strategic decision-making and high-level program planning, management, and monitoring of a program portfolio and program activities (e.g., topic development, advisory panels, workgroup meetings), that advance PCORI’s patient-centered research agenda.

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Program Officer, Science

The Program Officer is responsible for strategic decision-making and high-level program planning, management and monitoring of a program portfolio and program activities (e.g., advisory panels, workgroup meetings) that advance PCORI’s patient-centered research agenda.

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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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