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.
The Grants Associate will work closely with a Grants Manager on the administration and management of a portfolio of Helmsley’s annual grantmaking, and will serve as a liaison in a key inter-department role.
The right person will understand the roles that communications, language, and storytelling play in advancing social change; possess strong writing and project management skills; and share in our commitment to challenge inequity and break down barriers to good health for everyone in North Carolina.
This newly created position is a career-defining opportunity to generate measurable, sustainable change in both increasing access to critical services in order to address the well-being of Central Texans, and drive change to unleash community potential for tomorrow.
KFF is seeking applicants for a Data Analyst with the Program on Medicare Policy who will be responsible for developing and carrying out research projects and policy analysis related to Medicare, under the supervision of senior KFF staff.
The George Family Foundation seeks an experienced nonprofit executive to serve as its next President. The President’s role is to provide leadership and management oversight for the development, coordination, and implementation of the organization’s strategic vision and grantmaking activities to ensure that the George Family Foundation (GFF) and Next Generation Fund (NGF) mission and business…
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.
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