At RWJF's headquarters in Princeton, N.J., dedicated professionals apply a diverse range of knowledge and expertise to a shared vision: All Americans should have the opportunity to live a healthy life.

Current Openings

 

Communications

Senior Communications Officer

Senior communications officers are professional staff responsible for creating, developing, implementing and managing communications for and about the Foundation’s initiatives to improve the health of all Americans. Their primary responsibility is to work with directors and fellow officers to design and implement communications strategies that promote the over-arching vision of the Foundation: to build a Culture of Health in America. Senior officers initiate and manage contracts and relationships with communications firms on behalf of the Foundation and its grantees. They also help amplify the voice of the Foundation by creating, managing and monitoring communications-related grant deliverables, including dissemination of information about Foundation research, programs and outcomes to policy-makers, the media and other key constituents. As with staff at all levels of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, senior communications officers are expected to demonstrate a passion for the mission of the Foundation—improving the health of all Americans—and to the guiding principles of the Foundation.

Deadline: August 28, 2014

 

Program Portfolios

Executive Assistant

The executive assistant provides a high level of administrative and secretarial support to the senior vice president and director of Program Portfolios and assistant vice president.

Deadline: August 19, 2014

 

Research-Evaluation-Learning

Learning Officer/Senior Learning Officer

Would you like the opportunity to do work that makes a lasting, positive difference in the lives of others? Create that impact by joining the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the nation’s largest philanthropy devoted exclusively to health and health care, as we strive to build a national Culture of Health. To achieve this vision, our Research-Evaluation-Learning division seeks a learning officer to lead us in developing and implementing a Foundation-wide learning plan. Collaborating with all corners of RWJF, we need a strategic thinker who can generate ideas and elicit opportunities for learning and then tactically move those into meaningful and measurable actions. 

Deadline: August 28, 2014

 

Targeted Teams

Program Officer/Senior Program Officer

The program officers/senior program officers are professional staff responsible for developing, implementing, and managing Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s initiatives to improve the health and health care of all Americans and vision to Build a Culture of Health. Their primary responsibilities include providing intellectual and organizational leadership in designing and implementing new initiatives, evaluating proposals, monitoring programs and grants, learning from program investments and activities, and creating impact through dissemination of knowledge. As with staff at all levels of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, program officers/senior program officers are expected to demonstrate a passionate commitment to the Foundation’s mission of improving health and health care for all Americans and to the guiding principles and promise that undergird that mission.

Deadline: August 28, 2014

Working at RWJF

RWJF offers exciting opportunities in program development; communications; research-evaluation-earning; and positions in administration, finance and technology that are integral to our organization.

We provide competitive salaries, a collegial work environment, and an excellent benefits and wellness package that reflects our mission and goals.

If you are interested in working for the Foundation, please review our current openings. Send general employment inquiries to our Human Resources Center at resume@rwjf.org.

RWJF is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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