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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 – 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.

Request for Proposal

Equity Planning Initiative

We seek a consultant to facilitate our Diversity, Equity and Inclusion efforts with EHF’s Equity Workgroup and to help us plan the work to undertake in 2023.

Activities related to this work should include but are not limited to the following three major tasks:

  1. Understand the various DEI activities the Foundation staff have completed and become familiar with who we are and the current stage of learning equity. Provided the understanding of previous work and current initiatives, the consultant will work closely with the Equity Workgroup (EWG) to identify possible next steps and provide overall goals for the 2023 equity work.
  2. Facilitate strategic planning sessions with the EWG to identify DEI competencies and skills contributing to the 2023 equity goals and to ensure alignment with EHF’s Equity Implementation Plan.
  3. Co-develop a detailed DEI work plan for the 2023 calendar year. The plan
    should include a timeline with specific activities and clear DEI learning objectives for staff development, which the EWG will later implement.

Click here to read the RFP. The deadline to submit a proposal is Friday, August 26, 2022