Please submit a 1) cover letter detailing their qualifications and interest and 2) a current resume. Candidates without both items will not be considered.
Alameda Health System Foundation (AHS Foundation) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that seeks private contributions and corporate and foundation grant funding for the East Bay region’s largest public health and safety-net hospital and clinic network, Alameda Health System (AHS). AHS’s network of facilities includes Alameda Hospital, Wilma Chan Highland Hospital Campus and Level 1 Trauma Center, John George Psychiatric Hospital, San Leandro Hospital, Fairmont Hospital, and outpatient Wellness Centers in East Oakland, Hayward, and Newark.
We advance health equity throughout Alameda County by securing funding and community support for Alameda Health System’s (AHS’s) strategic priorities that increase access to quality care, address unmet social needs, and build a community-centered workforce. AHS Foundation’s office is located in Oakland.
Staff benefits include health care, retirement (403b plan), paid time off (vacation and sick leave), professional development, and more.
To learn more about us, please visit www.foundationahs.org.
Equal Opportunity Employer
As an equity-centered organization, Alameda Health System Foundation seeks individuals with diverse skills and experiences to reflect and serve our community. We strongly encourage women, people of color, LGBTQ+ folks, people with disabilities, foreign-born residents, bilingual individuals, and veterans to apply. Alameda Health System Foundation is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of race, color, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, religion, national origin, citizenship status, disability, ancestry, marital status, veteran status, medical condition, or any protected category prohibited by local, state, or federal laws.
About the Role:
We are a 15-person team and seek to hire, develop, and uplift people from the communities we serve. This position provides an opportunity to deepen experience in nonprofit fundraising from the ground up. Reporting to and working closely with the Grant Manger, the Coordinator provides a broad range of programmatic and administrative support to the Partnerships & Engagement (P&E) team with particular focus on institutional fundraising (pre- and post-award tracking and follow-up).
In supporting Institutional Fundraising, this role will gain deep knowledge of programs and services provided to the community by Alameda Health System hospitals and wellness centers and will use that knowledge to guide their work in coordinating the many aspects of pre- and post-award support. Additionally, this role will support members of P&E with research, records management, events, as well as collaborate with other members of the Foundation.
Independent judgment and decision-making, excellent customer service orientation, excellent communication skills and a high level of professionalism are all required for successfully planning, prioritizing, and organizing a diverse workload and competing priorities. If you are interested in a career in fundraising in support of the diverse communities of Alameda County and participating in a dynamic team that is passionate about the crucial and creative public health programs we support, we would like to meet you.