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What you will be doing in this role:
As a member of the Community Engagement team, the Program Officer (PO) will further the work of the Community Benefit Giving Office (CBGO), which is designed to centralize all community giving for Cedars-Sinai and maximize its impact across Los Angeles.
The Program Officer is primarily responsible for implementing, coordinating and administering a portfolio of Cedars-Sinai CBGO's existing grant programs as well as the development of new grantmaking programs and/or initiatives. The PO ensures effective and efficient maintenance of Cedars-Sinai's grantmaking, and serves as a liaison for portfolio-related activities alongside community engagement, government relations, communications, and other aligned departments. The PO also conducts analyses and develops presentations at the direction of leadership, and is responsible for developing request for proposals and other strategic giving mechanisms that help build capacity for nonprofit partners in Cedars-Sinai’s community benefit service area.
In collaboration with leadership, the PO is responsible for the development, invitation, and implementation of grant-funded programs related to the assigned portfolio.
As the primary contact for one of the CBGO's grantmaking portfolios, the PO manages relationships with key grantees and supports the office during intake of key requests from prospective grantees.
- Bachelors Degree in Public Health or a related field required. Master of Public Health (MPH), Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA), or Master of Business Administration (MBA) preferred
- A minimum of 5 years of professional experience in an academic, non-profit, or corporate environment with solid understanding of evaluation principles and standard methodologies required.
- Non-profit leadership and grantmaking experience are a plus.
Why work here?
Beyond outstanding benefits, paid time off, competitive salaries and health and dental insurance. We take pride in hiring the best employees. Our amazing staff reflects the culturally and ethnically diverse community we serve. They are proof of our commitment to creating a dynamic, inclusive environment that fuels innovation and the gold standard of patient care we strive for.
- Working Title: Community Giving Program Officer
- Department: Comm Benefit Giving Off Ops
- Business Entity: Corporate Services
- City: Los Angeles
- Job Category: Community Engagement
- Job Specialty: Community Engagement
- Position Type: Full-time
- Shift Length: 8 hour shift
- Shift Type: Day
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