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Empire Health Foundation seeks dedicated community members with a passion for improving health in eastern Washington.

We serve a diverse community and encourage applications from qualified individuals who reflect the growing diversity that enriches the Inland Northwest. Empire Health Foundation is an EEO employer.
OPEN POSITIONS:

VICE PRESIDENT OF PROGRAMS

Job Summary

The Vice President of Programs (VPP) is responsible for the visioning, development and implementation of programmatic strategies designed to advance the Foundation’s mission, values and vision. With a program budget of $4.6M per year and a Program team of five staff, this person oversees the Foundation’s overall program operations including budget authority, external relations with community partners and third-party funders, measurement and evaluation and grants/knowledge management.

In partnership with the Foundation President, organizational leadership, and the EHF Board, the Vice President of Programs leads the implementation of the Foundation’s Equity Healing Framework which centers our work around the expressed needs and desires of the unique communities that make up EHF’s seven county, three Tribal reservation service area. In this capacity, the VPP guides a relational, community-driven approach to grantmaking that emphasizes listening deeply, building connections, transforming barriers, lifting up opportunities and increasing momentum that supports thriving and healing.

Starting Salary

$141,598 - $166,586

To Apply

Read the full job description and application instructions here (PDF). Candidates may submit their cover letter and resume to EHF Senior People & Culture Manager Rebecca Johnston by email.


POLICY DIRECTOR 

Job Summary

The Policy Director will build a foundation for successful policy and advocacy work through Empire Health Foundation and the associated 501(c)(4) Empire Health Community Advocacy Fund (EHCAF). The Director will assess, lay groundwork and create opportunity for successful local measures in communities represented in EHF’s Equity Healing Framework strategy. The Director will drive the creation and refinement of a strategic policy agenda for key issue areas and will oversee the execution of high-impact policy and advocacy campaigns at the local level. The Policy Director will work with EHF leadership to ensure an appropriate level of consistency and integration between the various program areas with respect to research efforts, community partnerships, and policy campaigns.

Starting Salary

$92,951 - $109,354

To Apply

Read the full job description and application instructions here (PDF). Candidates may submit their cover letter and resume to EHF Senior People & Culture Manager Rebecca Johnston by email.


PROGRAM OFFICER

Job Summary

The Program Officer will be an active participant within an Empire Health Foundation team who is committed to a holistic understanding that true health comes from within communities, from thriving families, strong social networks, and from a deeper kind of healing. This healing must address historical injustices and persistent inequities that lead to substantial and sustainable change that draws from cultural strengths of the communities we serve. As members of the Program Team, we engage in centering our work around the needs of the unique communities within EHF’s service area of seven counties and three Tribal Nations in eastern Washington. The Program Officer is a thought partner in our shared work, which often includes managing programs and projects, including budget management, guidance, innovation, strategic planning, and authority. Grantmaking responsibilities start with development of relationships in our unique communities, understanding the gaps, wants or needs the community is voicing, researching the resources available or to be leveraged, acting as a trusted partner, and standing alongside the community(s) in their effort toward health and healing.

Starting Salary

$69,496 - $81,760

To Apply

Read the full job description and application instructions here (PDF). Candidates may submit their cover letter and resume to EHF Senior People & Culture Manager Rebecca Johnston by email.


GRANT & COMPLIANCE MANAGER

The Grant & Compliance Manager supports the mission of Empire Health Foundation by streamlining grant and contract transactions through all aspects in the grantmaking lifecycle including application, due diligence, approval, recording, knowledge management, and reporting. We strive to create straightforward and inclusive processes that support grantees and partners. The ideal candidate will be committed to apply equity as a process and an outcome of their work to foster high-quality relationships and work both externally and internally. As a member of the EHF Team, we engage in centering our work around the needs of the unique communities in the EHF seven counties and three Tribal Nations. The Manager will have a broad knowledge of and experience in grant management and compliance aspects for non-profit organizations, including independent contracts and grant agreements. Experience with compliance and contracting with government agencies is a plus! The Manager will work across all of the Foundation’s program areas to ensure our grantmaking practices comply with IRS and State regulations, our grantmaking data is reliable and consistent, and knowledge are collected and shared through grantmaking activities.

Starting Salary

$69,500 - $81,000

To Apply

Read the full job description and application instructions here (PDF). Candidates may submit their cover letter and resume to EHF Senior People & Culture Manager Rebecca Johnston by email.


COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT MANAGER (Temporary, 18 Months)

Job Summary

This position requires frequent work and travel in/to Adams County, WA. The Community Engagement Manager will be an active participant within an Empire Health Foundation team who is committed to a holistic understanding that true health comes from within communities, from thriving families, strong social networks, and from a deeper kind of healing. This healing must address historical injustices and persistent inequities that lead to substantial and sustainable change that draws from cultural strengths of the communities we serve. The Community Engagement Manager will be focused on developing and supporting relationships with communities in Empire Health Foundation’s impact region. The Manager will build a sustainable organizing program by increasing, diversifying, and activating EHF community engagement to promote community-determined initiatives in targeted communities. The Manager will be focused on outreach and relationship-building with the Latinx community in Adams County, WA, as well as with other communities being centered with EHF's Equity Healing Framework.

NOTE: This is a full-time, temporary position, lasting approximately 18 months. The person in this role must live in Washington state.

Starting Salary

$69,496 - $81,760

 To Apply

Read the full job description and application instructions here (PDF). Candidates may submit their cover letter and resume to EHF Senior People & Culture Manager Rebecca Johnston by email.

 


COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT COORDINATOR

Job Summary

EHF is looking for an organized, self-motivated individual who enjoys creating a welcoming environment to join our team! Ability to connect with people and ability to learn about the needs of their organizations will contribute to success in this role. The Community Engagement Coordinator will wear multiple hats, acting as an event coordinator and receptionist for the Philanthropy Center, as well as supporting other Facilities-related tasks. Experience with event logistics or as an Administrative Assistant is a plus! The Community Engagement Coordinator is responsible for greeting and supporting guests of the Philanthropy Center to represent the organization in a way that is welcoming and inclusive. They provide event support and coordination for events held at the Philanthropy Center (PC), for both internal employee-led events and events led by external community groups. The Community Engagement Coordinator works to see that event coordination and back-end support runs smoothly, in order to ensure that EHF’s internal and external constituents have a positive and productive experience with events that are held at the PC.

Starting Salary

$39,092 - $45,990

To Apply

Read the full job description and application instructions here (PDF). Candidates may submit their cover letter and resume to EHF Senior People & Culture Manager Rebecca Johnston by email.


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