The VP of Program sets the foundation’s programmatic strategy, which includes grantmaking, communications, policy, leadership, and evaluation. Additionally, they will manage a talented staff to support the continued evolution of the Foundation’s approach that balances a community-centric and community-driven strategy with more traditional policy work. This is an exciting opportunity to lead and shape ongoing and future programmatic strategy to advance health equity.
Under the leadership of the Vice President for Grants, the Program Officer assists in developing, managing, and evaluating a portfolio of grants and initiatives. The focus of the Program Officer’s work is to seek out investment opportunities that align with Episcopal Health Foundation’s (EHF) goals, outcomes, and strategies.
The position’s primary responsibility is for administration of the Fund’s grants management system, an application built on the salesforce.com platform. Candidates for the position should be excited about using technology as a tool to streamline processes and improve organizational performance.
We seek a dynamic, entrepreneurial, and experienced development professional with demonstrated success in biomedical research fundraising, including experience working with individual donors and foundations and managing major gifts relationships.
The Mat-Su Health Foundation is hiring an Assistant Controller (AC). Reporting to the CFO, the AC will be responsible for all day-to-day accounting operations including functional responsibility over accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, and payroll.
Seeking a Program and Development Manager to help build and manage the philanthropic, non-dues revenue program for its Education and Research Foundation and support the ACOFP organization to secure increased investment from private, corporate and family foundations and government funding agencies.
The Senior Grant Writer is responsible for designing and implementing a comprehensive grant solicitation and grant management initiative. This person will research and discover grant opportunities among private foundations, charitable corporations, and government agencies, and will identify funding sources.
The Staff Accountant assists with the day-to-day accounting functions at the Foundation. The Staff Accountant ensures the accuracy and timeliness of accounting entries and is responsible for ensuring accounting functions consistently follow the Foundation’s policies, protocols, and workflows.
The Program Associate supports the Grants team as we work collectively to engage with and learn from communities across the state and deliver on the promise of the Foundation’s grantmaking strategies. The role includes a variety of administrative, relationship management, research, and team-wide coordination activities.
The senior program officer will play a significant role in developing a strategy and leading projects to improve access to coverage and care for Californians with low incomes. Specifically, the senior program officer will lead one of two bodies of work within the Access team: Medi-Cal Accountability or Telehealth.
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