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The Grants and Data Administrator assists with the quality, timeliness, and consistency of all aspects of grant and data management plus provides administrative support for grant processing, including tracking grants made by the foundation and obtaining and maintaining reports required from grantees.
The Communications Manager will execute day-to-day communications activities and is responsible for generating, reviewing, and editing external communications. As the Foundation continues to grow and put our aspirations into action, we are seeking a team member who is flexible, adaptable, and comfortable with performing a broad range of communications activities.
The Administrative Associate oversees the daily functioning of the Foundation’s Seattle office, assists with project and vendor management, and provides administrative support for the operations team. The person in this role sets the tone for our employees’ and visitors’ experiences with the organization.
The American Nurses Association (ANA) is the premier organization representing the interests of the nation’s 4.2 million registered nurses. ANA advances the nursing profession by fostering high standards of nursing practice, promoting a safe and ethical work environment, bolstering the health and wellness of nurses, and advocating on health care issues that affect nurses and the public.
The Program Assistant is the staff member responsible for providing the daily support for the Health Care Delivery System Reform program. The Program Assistant will perform a variety of duties including grants management, daily administrative tasks, proposal development, writing, editing, and the occasional research project.
The Program Officer will report to the Vice President of Health System Equity who leads the Advancing Health Equity Program and will support the VP in coordinating the overall work and efficiency of the team to ensure goals and priorities are met.
This position provides high-level administrative support to the Chief Impact Officer, Vice President of Community Investment & Impact, Portfolio Director for Impact Investing and the Policy and Learning and Evaluation departments. The EA plays an important role in supporting the Foundation’s work towards bringing health in reach for all Coloradans.
The Health Program Officer, Hawai‘i will split their time between the early brain development and serious illness care portfolios as needs require. The work involves partnering with local health systems and community clinics to build integrated services for the people we are trying to serve, supported by investments to ensure that these will be paid for in the long term.
Stupski Foundation is looking for a collaborative, inquisitive, and equity-centered professional to work with our fast-paced, innovative, and growing team. The Health Program Officer, Bay Area will assist in the implementation of the Foundation’s health strategies in San Francisco and Alameda Counties with an annual community investment of approximately $2 million to $3 million.
The program assistant supports the program team comprised of a program director and program officer by providing general administrative support, grants management, program data collection, scheduling meetings and grantee communications, coordinating travel and event logistics, and general project management.
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