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About the Osteopathic Heritage Foundations
The Osteopathic Heritage Foundation and Osteopathic Heritage Foundation of Nelsonville (the Foundations) are 501(c)(3) private, independent foundations. The Foundations are governed by separate, independent boards of directors, but share a common mission of advancing osteopathic medicine on a local and national scale, and supporting community health in central and southeastern Ohio, consistent with our osteopathic heritage.
The Program Officer is an additional position to support expansion of the Foundations’ grantmaking programs. Primary duties include development and implementation of approved funding priorities and initiatives; measuring and documenting the impacts of the Foundations’ grantmaking; contributing to the grants management process; and participating in the implementation of the communications plan. In addition, the Program Officer will be assigned certain program and organizational management responsibilities and will collaborate with other Foundation staff in fulfilling these responsibilities, as assigned by the Vice President or President/CEO. A full description of the position and desired qualifications can be viewed at https://www.osteopathicheritage.org/NewsDetail.aspx?article=48005120.
The ideal candidate for the position of Program Officer will have an advanced degree, with over ten years of professional experience, preferably in the nonprofit, philanthropic, and/or public sector. Direct experience and knowledge of current Foundation priorities, including behavioral health and substance use disorders, food security and healthy food access, and/or osteopathic medical education and research, is an asset. Additional preferred qualifications include: commitment to the vision, mission, and values of the Foundations; ability to develop relationships and work collaboratively with people from diverse racial, ethnic, economic, and social backgrounds; experience in managing, directing, and delegating; commitment to supporting a healthy work culture, demonstrating mutual respect for coworkers, developing positive relationships, and assisting coworkers as needed; and excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Résumé Submission Process
Interested applicants should send a cover letter, salary requirements, résumé and three professional references to [email protected], subject line Program Officer, by February 15, 2021. No phone calls, please.
Equal Opportunity Employer
A core value of the Osteopathic Heritage Foundations is respect and dignity for all people, and this applies to employment practices. Qualified candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply. The Foundations are committed to equal employment opportunity and are dedicated to providing a welcoming and encouraging environment for Foundation Directors, employees, grant partners, and the community at-large.
The Foundations offer a competitive benefit and compensation package.
To apply for this job please visit www.osteopathicheritage.org.