Challenging. Stimulating. Fast-paced. Those are some of the words our employees use to describe what it’s like to work at the de Beaumont Foundation. United by a passion to improve the health of communities and people, our staff bring expertise from health, policy, philanthropy, and other fields. We are committed to the principles of creativity, innovation, big thinking, and measurable impact.

The de Beaumont Foundation offers competitive salary, excellent benefits, and a collegial work environment. The Foundation is an equal opportunity employer, and employment opportunities are based upon individual capabilities and qualifications without regard to race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other protected characteristic as established under law.

Since 2016, the de Beaumont Foundation has offered a Philanthropy Fellowship through the Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health (ASPPH). The one-year fellowship gives recent public health graduates exposure to philanthropy, including program development, strategic planning, grants review and monitoring, and data analysis and research. To be eligible, applicants must have received their masters or doctorate degree from an ASPPH member school or program before the beginning of the fellowship. Applications are closed for the 2019 Philanthropy Fellow. Please subscribe to our newsletter to be notified when applications open for 2020.

Current Openings

Communications Associate

Position Summary:

Reporting to the Vice President of Communication, the Communications Associate will develop and implement a wide range of communication strategies to extend the de Beaumont Foundation’s reach, influence, and impact. The ideal candidate will have experience in nonprofit communications and agency communications and be able to juggle multiple priorities, thrive in a fast-paced environment, and add value to all types of communications. The communications team sets the strategic direction of the foundation in broadening its reach and increasing the awareness and impact of its programs and partners. The foundation is at an exciting point in its history with a lot of potential for continued growth, including a refreshed brand, a new website, and significant growth in web and social media engagement. The Communications Associate will play a key role in supporting the foundation’s growing portfolio of programs intended to advance policy, build partnerships, and support public health systems to improve health at the community level.

Publication date: July 3, 2019

Program Officer

Position Summary:

The Program Officer works in conjunction with other members of the programs team to develop, shape, implement and manage Foundation programs. S/he helps to ensure that the Foundation’s activities and programs align with de Beaumont’s strategic priorities. The Program Officer is responsible for creating and managing  budgets for project and program expenditures. S/he is also responsible for overseeing the Foundation’s grant management system, working with other team members to ensure applications, reports, and other data are current and accurate. S/he builds relationships with strategic partners. There are ample opportunities to participate in projects with grantees, to write original reports, and lead internal Foundation activities. Opportunities exist to champion new projects and lines of work that align with the Foundation’s strategic objectives. The Program Officer reports to the Program Team Lead and supports all Foundation strategic goals.

Publication date: July 15, 2019