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Help us achieve health equity for children and families in our state.

Our talented and dedicated staff work with Colorado communities and organizations to make positive changes in health every day. We look for people who share our values of integrity, inclusion and commitment and who are ready to make a positive difference in the lives of children and families.

We welcome a diversity of perspectives, experiences and abilities. Caring for Colorado is an equal opportunity employer.

 

Open Positions

Place-Based Philanthropy Associate – The place-based philanthropy associate works with the Vice President of Philanthropy and the Place-based Philanthropy Assistant in the Foundation’s Pueblo office and is an essential member of the Caring for Colorado team. The Place-based Philanthropy Associate manages the grantmaking process for the Sperry S. and Ella Graber Packard Fund for Pueblo (Packard Fund). The person in this role works in partnership with the Packard Fund Advisory Board and the VP of Philanthropy to:

  • Execute the grantmaking process.
  • Provide subject matter expertise related to funding priorities and approach.
  • Engage with community partners and experts in the field.
  • Advocate for community and nonprofit resources.

For more information about this position and to learn how to apply, read the full job description here. Applications must be received by October 15, 2021. No phone calls, please. 

Statewide Philanthropy Leads – Caring for Colorado is hiring three statewide philanthropy leads to manage focus areas within Caring for Colorado’s statewide philanthropy program and to support the foundation’s purpose of creating equity in health, well-being and opportunity for Colorado’s children and families. Each philanthropy lead will manage one of the following focus areas – Healthy Beginnings, Healthy Youth or Strong and Resilient Families. 

The work of the statewide philanthropy lead includes:

  • overseeing focus area grantmaking (responsive, cultivated, directed),
  • engaging an advisory group,
  • providing subject matter expertise related to the focus area,
  • engaging with community partners and experts in the field, influencing systems and policies to achieve equity,
  • being responsive to community priorities and
  • generating approaches that enhance CFC’s goals related to the focus area (e.g., cohorts, technical assistance, organizational capacity, etc.).

The person in this role the primary liaison with grant seekers, grantees, community organizations and community leaders, and as such, the position is engaged and highly visible in the community. This person is expected to develop and maintain a variety of relationships in the community and with partner organizations, and a knowledge base of current trends in promoting and improving health and well-being for children and families in the Colorado community at-large.

For more information about this position and to learn how to apply, read the full job description here. Applications must be received by October 15, 2021. No phone calls, please.