The Vermont Community Foundation is partnering with the Department of Health (DOH) to administer and manage a portion of a Center for Disease Control (CDC) Health Disparities grant. These funds, dedicated to COVID19 response and recovery, are specifically aligned to working with Vermont’s most vulnerable populations and the community-based organizations that serve them. We hiring two positions for this initiative.
The Program Manager is a 24-month, 0.75 FTE position that will act as the primary liaison between the community-based organizations serving Vermont’s COVID-vulnerable populations, the Department of Health, and key partners in this work across the state. In addition, the program manager will be directly responsible for maintaining clear and direct communication, record keeping, and relationships as the initiative unfolds. With the support of a Compliance Officer, the Program Manager serves as the critical staff for this initiative.
The Vermont Community Foundation main office is located in Middlebury in Addison County, but also has an office in Burlington. Due to the pandemic, the Community Foundation is currently working remotely. We anticipate a return to in-person work when it is deemed safe to do so.
If this sounds like a good fit for you, please visit vermontcf.org/careers to review the full job description and instructions for applying.
The Vermont Community Foundation is committed to addressing diversity, equity, and belonging through a number of channels:
• through the Foundation’s grantmaking—as seen, in particular, by our key COVID-19 pandemic recovery initiatives for Welcoming, Equitable, Anti-Racist Communities;
• through an internal working group that is focused on short- and long-range plans and actions that elevate and expand our organizational values related to race, equity, power, privilege, and engagement; and
• through evaluation and improvement of the organization’s hiring and retention practices.