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Oversees program development and is responsible for managing program staff; overseeing the development of all products and programs; setting programmatic priorities in partnership with the President and CEO; cultivating external relations and new ventures for the organization; and collaborating with other departments to sustain and build the organization.
KFF (Kaiser Family Foundation), a non-profit organization, is a leader in health policy analysis, polling and survey research, and health journalism, and communications dedicated to filling the need for trusted information on national health issues. KFF serves as a non-partisan source of facts, information, and analysis for policymakers, the media, the health care community, and…
The Williamsburg Health Foundation seeks an experienced professional to take the role of President and CEO, who will provide leadership for all aspects of the Foundation including management of the strategic plan. The WHF has a full-time staff of 7, a current operating budget of about $1.7M, annual grants budget of over $5M and a $120+M endowment located in Williamsburg, VA.
As a member of the Foundation’s senior leadership team, we are seeking an experienced senior leader that will help to shape and steward the Department’s budget (approximately $80M annually) and serves as a connector of organizational policy goals and initiatives across the Foundation.
The Grants Manager is responsible for all aspects of grant compliance for a portfolio of program areas across Helmsley and for fostering a culture of learning, ensuring that program staff learn from each other and from external stakeholders. This will include performing due diligence for all applicants and grantees to ensure all Helmsley requirements are…
As a Grants Associate, you will be part of a team of fourteen dedicated employees in the Grants Management department and report to a Grants Manager. You will support the grantmaking administration of either the Israel, Sub-Saharan Africa, or New York City portfolios, depending on your aligned interest and/or experience.
BSCF seeks a Chief Program Director to lead the development and implementation of BSCF’s strategy and programmatic efforts. As a member of the Executive Team, assists in managing the Foundation’s operations, culture, fiscal and administrative matters, legal issues, Board relations, and special projects.
The program officer will focus on co-designing, implementing, and managing programming that aims to promote the design, adoption, and implementation of policies that support health and racial equity.
Lead the Fund’s programmatic work in State Health Policy Leadership, with the vision of developing a network of effective state health officials committed to leading improvements in population health and health equity in their states and communities.
KFF is seeking a Senior Vice President for Human Resources who can help KFF expand and implement a new hybrid work model, while maintaining the strongest possible commitment to its core mission, sustaining a diverse and inclusive work environment, and maintaining generous benefits for its hard-working staff.
This position is an opportunity for an innovative, experienced community development professional to join a creative, growing organization with a permanent endowment to support health improvement in Montana.
This is an unprecedented opportunity for an experienced accounting expert to serve in a senior finance role for two of the preeminent health-focused non-profits in Montana.
The Director of Grantmaking supports and provides vision and strategy for the foundation’s grantmaking efforts. This individual plays a leading role in identifying new grantmaking initiatives that align with the foundation’s strategic plan; building partnerships with grantees; continuously reviewing and making improvements to the grant process; and spearheading the foundation’s internal learning and evaluation efforts.
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. Responsibilities 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 Foundation is excited to announce the opening for Senior Grants Manager. This position ensures key activities of the grantmaking process are being accomplished, in alignment with organizational standards.
The senior officer leads Learning and Evaluation support for several of the Foundation’s strategies. They play an integral role in helping the Foundation assess progress and impact for these strategies, and supports staff in the design and refinement of organizational strategies.
The foundation seeks a Grants Administrator to facilitate and manage the administration of grant requests. This position will be an important member of the Grants Management team, which is a key strategic partner to teams across the foundation and dedicated to helping the foundation fulfill its mission by making impactful, data-driven decisions.
Reporting to the CEO, the Senior Vice President for Community Investment is responsible for helping to shape and implement strong internal systems among the community investment team as well as learning from and leading community members and organizations to bring about systemic change. Dogwood’s SVP serves as a strategic advisor to the CEO and helps to focus Dogwood’s work to bring inter-generational transformation across Western North Carolina.
The Foundation is pleased to announce the position of Learning & Evaluation Officer. The officer supports several of the Foundation’s strategies. They play an integral role in helping the Foundation assess its progress and impact for these strategies and supports staff in the design and refinement of organizational strategies.
The Program Director works closely with the Highmark Delaware BluePrints for the Community team to ensure resources invested in the community have maximum benefit toward improving quality of life and health outcomes throughout Delaware.
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