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Coordinator of Programs

The Coordinator of Programs is an integral member of Michael Reese’s program team and will work closely with staff who direct grantmaking, incubation and advocacy.  The position includes responsibilities for program administration, including management of incoming and outgoing grants, database management, meeting coordination and general project management. 

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Director of Finance and Operations

This position is responsible for the oversight of the organization’s financial activities and internal operations. The Director is the principal liaison with all external entities who have an interest in GIH’s financial affairs and works closely with the senior leadership team in pursuit of organizational goals designed to help the staff and trustees of foundations and corporate giving programs learn, connect, and grow

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Director, State and Health Policy

CHCF seeks a visionary, innovative, and highly collaborative Director, State Health Policy to lead the Foundation’s work with policymakers, legislative and department staff, trade associations, and other thought leaders in California. This individual will develop and advance a strategic vision for CHCF policy priorities to maximize impact on the health of Californians.

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St. Petersburg Anchor Initiative Executive Director

The St. Petersburg Anchor Institutions Initiative has an ambitious mission, and therefore seeks a self-driven executive to lead and influence this Initiative through its development and beyond, and to design and direct strategies that support this complex collaboration.

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Executive Director of the Center for Health Equity

The primary function of the Executive Director of The Center for Health Equity is to maximize and organize the consistent, scheduled use of the Center, cultivate grass roots/grass tops relationships, and engage with a diverse community of stakeholders, especially those representing Lived Experience.

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Director of Policy and Research

The Director of Policy and Research will work to undergird the Foundation’s work with analysis and to develop a proactive policy agenda that supports and magnifies outcomes in the Foundation’s key programmatic areas. The director plays a leadership role in building the capacity of the Foundation to shape, align, and respond to public policy developments.

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Program Coordinator

The California Wellness Foundation seeks an energetic, curious, flexible and professional Program Coordinator to join our team. The Program Coordinator serves on the front lines of our grant-making work and is an integral part of the Programs team.

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Boost 200 Program Manager

Boost 200 is an innovative initiative which will accelerate licensure for 200 motivated Masters-prepared Social Workers and Counselors to help them become LPCs or LCSWs. VHCF seeks an enthusiastic, energetic, and dedicated new team member to lead this pioneering initiative and ensure its success by overseeing all aspects of the program.

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Senior Grants Administrator

Seeking an analytical, flexible, and collaborative Senior Grants Administrator with a customer service- and detail-oriented nature to support efficient and effective grantmaking operations. Help us expand the grants management team’s capacity to facilitate and administer new grantmaking initiatives, including expenditure responsibility, and support data integrity and grants analysis.

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Director of Government Relations

The California Wellness Foundation is seeking a highly relational and strategic connector, communicator, and thinker as Director of Government Relations to lead strategy development and external relations activities on policy issues related to the foundation’s mission and work. The Director serves as a spokesperson for the Foundation, a senior manager in the Public Affairs Department, and a strategic advisor to staff and Board on government relations and public policy activities.

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Grants Manager

The Grants Manager has three major responsibilities: 1) to oversee the financial and record-keeping side of the annual grantmaking process, 2) to work closely with program staff and leadership to ensure accurate financial reporting and procedural compliance and 3) ensure proper usage of the Foundation’s organizational management system.

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Administrative Assistant, Crohn’s Disease

The Administrative Assistant will work with a very active Crohn’s Disease (CD) Program team. Responsibilities include managing calendars, making travel arrangements, completing expense reports, and coordinating event logistics.

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Learning Officer Consultant

The California Wellness Foundation seeks a Learning Officer Consultant to work on a temporary full-time basis with the Director of Learning & Innovation through December 2022. The Learning Officer Consultant will be classified as a temporary employee of The California Wellness Foundation and will be eligible for health care insurance, among other benefits.

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Directory of Policy

The director of policy guides the vision and strategy for the foundation’s health policy efforts. This position interfaces with state, local, and federal stakeholders, as well as grassroots and grasstops organizations that are advocating for a more equitable health care system.

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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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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.
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