The Project Controller plays a key role in accounting management and financial reporting for Roberts Family Development Center and support for the Sierra Health Foundation accounting department.
The program officer will support strategies such as grantmaking, policy advocacy, communications, capacity building, convening of stakeholders, leadership development, research, and technical assistance to advance the foundation’s health equity goals and objectives.
Mat-Su Health Foundation seeks a visionary, systems thinker to serve as its next Vice President of Programs. Become an essential leader in a close-knit team that fuels the acceleration of the Foundation’s voice, credibility and impact across the region, the state, and beyond.
Ready for a life-changing role that makes a real difference in shaping our community? The Greater Watertown Community Health Foundation is seeking a purpose-driven leader committed to driving strategies that will transform the health and well-being of children and families in Dodge and Jefferson Counties.
The San Joaquin Valley Health Fund Program Officer is based in The Center at Sierra Health Foundation’s office in Fresno and is responsible for the day-to-day implementation and management of the San Joaquin Valley Health Fund program.
Join a dedicated team serving diverse communities and working with dynamic partners to improve health outcomes, while helping us evolve and grow as a resource in our region.
The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust is seeking a Health Program Officer to advance the Trust’s mission to improve the health outcomes of residents of North Carolina. In this critical role, you will focus grantmaking on the health and well-being of residents with low incomes and underserved communities while acting as the primary voice of…
The new CEO will be a values-centered leader with a passion for advancing the health and well-being of rural and underserved populations. They will bring a sophisticated and innovative approach to leveraging philanthropic dollars for greater impact and investment.
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