We’re Hiring!

We’re Hiring!

Our team is growing! We have three open positions: Program Officer, Program Associate and Communications Intern.

Here are some brief descriptions of each role:

PROGRAM OFFICER:

This role serves as a primary liaison of our Foundation and, as such, the position is responsive to and visible in the community. We are looking for someone to lead initiatives, strategies, and programs related to safety-net healthcare systems like Medicaid and/or mental health. This role interacts regularly with team members, grant-making colleagues, existing and potential grantees, and community and health stakeholders to collaborate and further our Foundation’s priorities. Also, this position would focus on the southern portion of our service region that include the southwest sides of Chicago and the surrounding suburbs of Burbank, Bridgeview, Hickory Hills, Justice and Summit/Argo.  Read more about this role here.

PROGRAM ASSOCIATE:

This role will support the grantmaking efforts of our Foundation by managing data collection and reporting, summarizing available research to inform program strategy, drafting issue briefs that aggregate relevant information. This position will also assist with team presentations, due diligence and managing external relationships with cross-sector collaborators and community stakeholders. Under the direction of the Program Director, this position will also focus on developing a deep understanding of the health needs and ecosystem of partnerships in the communities of Western Springs, LaGrange, and Lyons. Read more about this role here.

COMMUNICATIONS INTERN:

This is a great and fun opportunity for a college student or recent college grad seeking a career in nonprofit communications and looking to gain knowledge of philanthropy and efforts that address health and racial equity in our service region. The Communications Intern will support communication and marketing efforts for our Foundation, focusing specifically on digital communications. This position will help develop creative social media strategies, brainstorm new communications opportunities and help execute innovative storytelling projects. Read more about this role here.

If you are interested, send your cover letter and resume to administration@hcfdn.org. Thanks!

 

 

 

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