Join our team
Help us create a vibrant, healthy future in Washington.
At Group Health Foundation, we believe opportunities for health should be available to everyone and are dedicated to partnering with communities and organizations across the state to advance their visions for a vibrant, healthy future. We are guided by our values and equity agreements.
Cultivating a staff team that embodies the diverse experiences of our communities is essential to these aspirations. We strongly and sincerely encourage applications from people of color; immigrant, bilingual, and multicultural individuals; d/Deaf people and people with disabilities; members of LGBTQIA+ and gender non-conforming communities; and people with other diverse backgrounds and lived experiences.
As a Foundation employee, in addition to advancing the aspirations of communities across the state, you will receive an equitable and competitive salary and an excellent benefits package that includes fully paid medical/dental/vision coverage for employees and dependent children (and partial coverage for partners and spouses), a 10-percent retirement contribution, generous and flexible paid time off, paid family and medical leave, a transit pass (where available), and support for your ongoing professional development.
The Communications Manager will execute day-to-day communications activities, and be responsible for generating, reviewing, and editing external communications. This position that can be located remotely within Washington or at any of our offices. Given that a majority of our current team members are located in King County, priority will be given to candidates who both live in and have a deep connection to communities in other areas of the state.
Vice President of Programs
We are excited to announce the addition of a second vice president of programs (VPP) at the Foundation. The VPP will collaborate with the CEO, the other VPP, our board of directors, and our executive team on visioning and the development and execution of ambitious program strategies to advance health equity alongside communities and leaders across Washington State. The VPP will be experienced in systems change, community power-building strategies, and community-centered grantmaking, with an understanding of equity and justice movements and an entrepreneurial nature for early stage organizational growth and development.
This search is being conducted by Carolyn Ho, Cara Pearsall, and Catherine Seneviratne of the national search firm, NPAG. View job description. Nominations, inquiries, and/or applications, including a cover letter expressing your specific interests and qualifications and your resume (in Word or PDF format), should be submitted to GHF-VPP@nonprofitprofessionals.com.
Remote work update
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our offices are currently closed and all team members are working remotely. While all of our positions require some travel for community visits and quarterly staff retreats, meetings are currently taking place online.
If you want to know about future openings, please tell us more about yourself through our candidate interest form. (We only collect the data that you provide, and we do not share this information with anyone outside of the Foundation.)
Due to the number of inquiries we receive, we are unable to respond to requests for informational interviews. We also want to ensure that all candidates have a similar level of access to information when preparing their application materials.