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Episcopal Health Foundation is working to transform community health within the 57 counties of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas.

Current job openings, requests for proposals and other ways we’re looking for help in our mission are posted below.

All Episcopal Health Foundation jobs are based in Houston, Texas and offer a hybrid work environment in which all staff work in the office Monday through Thursday and have the option to work from home on Fridays, when schedules permit.

Current Opportunities

Job Opening – President’s Office
President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

The President & CEO will provide dynamic, visionary, and inclusive leadership for EHF. In partnership with the Board and Bishop Andy Doyle, the CEO will drive the strategic direction and agenda for the organization, as well as lead and advance effectiveness and impact in health equity for the state. The CEO is responsible for directing all components of the organization, leading and empowering the staff, and ensuring a strong culture of respect, teamwork, and innovation. The CEO is responsible for finances and operations, quality standards, and effective engagement with the Board.

As a critical member of the community and the Episcopal Diocese of Texas, the CEO will collaborate regularly with a diversity of stakeholders, serving as a partner, thought leader, advocate, and a cross sector convener. The individual will adeptly navigate the political climate and leverage opportunities for health advancement within and outside of public health and philanthropy.


Job Opening – Engagement

Congregational Engagement Intern

EHF’s Congregational Engagement team seeks an intern to support the Foundation’s Congregational Engagement projects on a part-time basis. The Congregational Engagement team works with more than 150 Episcopal congregations in the Episcopal Diocese of Texas to encourage their clergy and lay leaders to go beyond their church walls and into their communities to support community-engaged work in four areas: Mental Health, Organizing Communities, Poverty and Racial Justice.

Click here to read the detailed job description, required qualifications and to apply. While we expect to fill this position by June 2022, the position will remain open until filled. 

Job Opening – Engagement

Community Partnerships Officer

The Community Partnerships Officer supports the Foundation’s Community Engagement efforts and works with the Vice President for Community Engagement to develop and implement EHF’s capacity building strategies for strengthening community health. This position leads EHF’s work to build the capacity of community health collaboratives and supports efforts to strengthen policy and advocacy capacity among community partners. This person is responsible for leading both the strategic planning as well as the project management and program implementation for expanding EHF’s work to strengthen community health collaboratives and expand advocacy for health equity in our region. This includes leading EHF’s recently launched Collaborating for Healthy Communities Initiative. EHF’s Community Engagement work is still developing and continues to evolve. The Community Partnerships Officer will play a central role in the continued development of this work.

Click here to read the detailed job description, required qualifications and skills and to apply. The position will be open until filled.

Job Opening – Research & Evaluation

Research and Evaluation Associate

The Research and Evaluation Associate will provide project management and oversight of assignments in support of the Research and Evaluation Division’s goal of providing timely and relevant data, research, and evaluation to inform EHF’s strategic plan. The person in this role is expected to contribute to a multitude of health data analyses, evaluation, and research projects using both quantitative and qualitative approaches. The Associate is primarily responsible for using analytical data and mapping software to produce analyses, reports and presentations on behalf of the research team.  This position will be responsible for regular and confidential communication with the Vice President for Research, Innovation and Evaluation, EHF colleagues, and external academic and community partners.  Working as part of the research team, the Associate will support the planning of and oversee projects to ensure that the Foundation’s work is designed to transform the health of the 11 million people in the 57 counties of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas. 

A Master’s degree in public health, public policy, or other related social science discipline is preferred; applicants with a Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of two years relevant work experience will be considered. 

Click here to read the detailed job description, required qualifications and skills and to apply. The position will be open until filled.

Job Opening – Grants

Administrative Assistant

The Administrative Assistant will provide administrative and problem-solving support for the Foundation’s Grants Division team.
This position requires more than three years of administrative experience in a professional office environment.

Click here to read the detailed job description, required qualifications and skills and to apply. The position will be open until filled.