The Foundation is seeking a director, Talent Development, to take the Foundation to the “next level of development” in its goal of creating a more intense commitment to staff development activities. In collaboration with the managing senior human resources officer and vice President, Human Resources/Administration, the position will have great opportunity and flexibility to create a rich and versatile development agenda for staff.
The Foundation is seeking a director, Coordinating Center, to lead and implement collaborative activities among the four leadership programs (Health Policy Research Scholars, Interdisciplinary Research Leaders, Culture of Health Leaders, and Clinical Scholars). This includes management, strategy formulation, planning, budgeting, staffing, training and development, and supervision for all Coordinating Center activities and staff in order to meet Center objectives and performance indicators. The Director is also responsible for establishing and monitoring Center performance measures; managing the Center’s strategy and execution within the external environment; and serving as a key spokesperson according to Foundation communication standards and objectives, which includes being conversant with the overall strategic framework and the work of other Foundation teams.
The Foundation is seeking a program associate. Reporting directly to a managing director, program associates are professional staff member who will work with members of the program theme(s) to facilitate and support the work of the theme (s) by: assisting in the effective facilitation of the theme, conducting project and related research, working with key experts, grantees and applicants to develop strategies and action plans to fulfill the theme’s objective, and assisting in designing and implementing new initiatives, evaluating proposals, and monitoring programs and grants.
Deadline: February 4, 2018
The Foundation is seeking a program officer or senior program officer (PO/SPO) to focus on the Foundation’s efforts to develop and support leaders who will take committed, coordinated, and collaborative action toward increasing individual and collective health and well-being. To achieve its mission, Leadership for Better Health (LBH) will develop strategies and a culture that supports high performance teamwork. Core to the Foundation’s mission, LBH programs and initiatives focus on how individuals and organizations can shift mindsets, tackle systemic barriers to health and wellbeing, and organize individuals into teams, collaboratives, and partnerships to advance social change.
The Foundation is seeking a program officer/senior program officer responsible for creating, developing, implementing, and managing the research and evaluation aspects of the Foundation’s initiatives. The primary responsibility will be to work with colleagues in the Research-Evaluation-Learning unit, program staff across the Foundation, and the executive staff to design and implement research and evaluation strategies that generate impact congruent with specific objectives of the Foundation.