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Associate Director, Program on Medicaid and the Uninsured

As a senior member of the Program on Medicaid and the Uninsured team, the Associate Director will oversee and conduct policy-relevant research and data analyses on key aspects of the Medicaid program and coverage for those who are uninsured. The successful candidate will have extensive knowledge of Medicaid policy and demonstrated analytic and communication skills with quantitative analysis experience.

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Program Officer

We seek a highly-entrepreneurial, talented, and organized person to join our growing team and skillfully manage a new portfolio of initiatives.

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Senior Project Director, Public Opinion and Survey Research

The successful candidate will have a demonstrated background as a survey researcher, extensive experience with probability-based surveys of hard-to-reach populations, and a strong knowledge of the U.S. health policy environment and issues of health equity.

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Associate Program Officer, Type 1 Diabetes

The Helmsley Charitable Trust seeks two Associate Program Officers who will work closely with the T1D Program Officers within evolving grant portfolios that aim to identify biomedical interventions to delay and prevent the disease. The Associate Program Officer will be responsible for substantive programmatic support of the following: review and response to scientific proposals, conducting…

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Chief Executive Officer

WittKieffer is honored to collaborate with the Obici Healthcare Foundation (OHF) in recruiting a Chief Executive Officer. This private, independent foundation in Suffolk, VA is dedicated to improving the health status of residents of Suffolk and the surrounding communities in Virginia and North Carolina. Their roots trace back to the mid-1940s, when Amedeo Obici, founder…

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Program Coordinator

The California Wellness Foundation seeks an energetic, curious, flexible and professional 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. They support the foundation’s vision, mission, and strategic programmatic goals by providing effective and efficient grantmaking and administrative support to the Programs team and other internal and external constituents.

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Program Officer

This position is an opportunity for an innovative health professional to join a creative, growing organization with a permanent endowment to support health improvement in Montana. The program officer supports the development and implementation of initiatives that improve health outcomes and strengthen the health care system. The program officer will build relationships and provide resources that enable the effective implementation of Foundation programs.

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Program Officer (Oral Health and Health Care)

We are seeking a colleague who will support our grantees and other partners to cultivate systems and policy change with a specific focus on oral health and the health care workforce. We want a leader who will thrive in and contribute to a collaborative environment and work cross-functionally with a diverse network of grantees, internal teammates, and other partners to implement, learn from, and refine our system change strategies.

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Program Officer

Supporting the Vice President of Programs, the Program Officer will oversee the Special Projects Fund. This position is ideal for a creative and practical thinker who can contribute to the continued growth and responsiveness of the portfolio.

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Communications Director

Grantmakers In Health (GIH) is looking for a creative professional, who enjoys marketing and communications activities, to join our team. This position is responsible for spearheading the development and implementation of communications strategies across multiple platforms designed to help the staff and trustees of foundations and corporate giving programs learn, connect, and grow.

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Program Associate, Engagement Awards

The Program Associate will contribute to the activities of the Eugene Washington PCORI Engagement Award Program. The Program Associate mainly works collaboratively and independently, with some guidance, to develop and carry out activities in the following main areas: program administrative management, oversight and substantive contribution to the application review process, technical assistance to applicants and awardees, and project analysis.  

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Vice President for Programs

The Vice President for Programs is responsible for assisting in the development and implementation of the Board-determined strategic grantmaking agenda for the Foundation, providing technical assistance to applicants and grantees, reviewing grant applications and managing the award process, monitoring grants, overseeing the grant information system, and assisting in evaluating the Foundation’s impact.

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Program Officer

The Foundation is happy to announce an opening 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. The Program Officer will be working on the Foundation’s priorities of Advocacy, Capacity Building and Community Solutions, as well as leading our locally-focused work in two communities.

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Director of Policy and Research

Play a leadership role in building the capacity of the Foundation to shape, align, and respond to public policy developments. The Director will work closely with program and communications staff to build the Foundation’s internal analytic capabilities; generate policy and research ideas and publications for external distribution; and guide the Foundation’s research and evaluation efforts related to its own performance and that of its grantees.

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Procurement Data Analyst

The Procurement Data Analyst will be responsible providing data to support key procurement business initiatives, projects, and programs within the Procurement Department. This role will transform raw, complex data sets using business intelligence tools and visualizations that will be used by leadership both inside and outside of the organization to analyze key performance indicators and assess the growth of the program.

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Vice President of Programs

Provide leadership to the Philanthropies’ grantmaking activities and to the alignment of program strategies across domains towards MACP’s mission to provide meaningful assistance and support to society, the arts, and the environment. Serves as a member of the Senior Leadership Team and contributes to the strategy and implementation of the organization’s priorities. The VPP’s scope ensures alignment with the Philanthropies’ values, Philosophy of Grantmaking, donor intent, and is rooted in the organization’s vision for diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice.

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Grants Associate

Helmsley seeks an energetic team player who will support the grantmaking administration of either the Type 1 Diabetes, Sub-Saharan Africa, Israel, or New York City portfolios, depending on your aligned interest and/or experience.

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Executive Director

The Healthcare Foundation of Northern Lake County seeks a proven leader whose passion for service to the community is demonstrated by a career-long dedication to improving the human condition.  As a leader with exceptional leadership ability, this person must exhibit success in collaborating with a wide variety of stakeholders. 

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Director, Immigrant Health Policy

The Director of Immigrant Health Policy leads the initiative aimed at expanding our policy and data analysis and research focused on the health and well-being of immigrant families.

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Executive Director

Fund for a Safer Future (FSF or the Fund), a national donor collaborative with a vision of a country where everyone is safe from gun violence, seeks applications and nominations for Executive Director. Launched in 2011 and housed at the New Venture Fund, the Fund’s mission is to strengthen the gun violence prevention community’s capacity…

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