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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, consultant opportunities, requests for proposals and other ways we’re looking for help in our mission are posted below:

Current Job Openings


Director of Grants Management

Episcopal Health Foundation seeks a Director of Grants Management who is responsible for providing leadership on grants management, grants impact and data analysis, and the overall operational effectiveness of the grantmaking function including developing grant structures, ensuring regulatory compliance, and sharing grant information with program, finance, and communication divisions of the Foundation.

The DGM demonstrates the ability to think strategically and solve complex problems both intra-and inter-divisionally, lead highly effective teams, and contribute strategic insights to planning initiatives. The DGM is charged with improving all aspects of the grants process and actively working to support the success of Program Officers and other EHF staff. The DGM stays abreast of new developments in grant management best practices and grants database technology.

The DGM supervises and directs two Grants Management staff members and ensures that the team as a whole has the competencies  necessary to provide excellence in grants  management. The DGM oversees and seeks to improve the process and workflow by which  rants are made through the application process to approval, grant agreement generation,  payment, grant reporting, and grant closure. The DGM ensures the Grants Management team provides excellent customer service to program staff and grantees as they navigate the  grantmaking process. The DGM oversees and  monitors the use of data and analytics to inform grants decisions and future grantmaking  strategies.

Click here to read the position profile.  Please email our recruiter Koya Leadership Partners to inquire about the position. 


Program Officer

Episcopal Health Foundation seeks a Program Officer who assists in developing, managing, and evaluating a portfolio of grants and initiatives. The focus of the Program Officer’s work is to seek out investment opportunities that align with the Foundation’s goals, outcomes, and strategies.

The Program Officer should be knowledgeable of and have direct experience working within the health system, able to generate insights, and develop actionable recommendations that inform our investment decisions and movement toward our goals. This position does not pertain to knowledge of or experience with development or other fundraising functions. The Program Officer guides organizations through the entire application process, from concept development through presentation of proposals and evaluation results. The Program Officer is expected to develop and maintain a variety of relationships in the community, and a knowledge base of current trends, activities and changes within the community at-large in support of our goals, outcomes, and strategies.

While each of our Program Officers manages a portfolio of diverse grantees working across all of our goals, outcomes, and strategies, each Program Officer serves as the primary lead on particular areas of work. This Program Officer will take the lead in our work under Goal 1: Strengthening Systems of Health by Catalyzing Health Systems to be Accessible, Equitable, and Deliver Health, not just Health Care. For this reason, the successful candidate will have experience and knowledge in understanding the health and healthcare systems; health and healthcare policy and finance; and health and healthcare systems operations.

Click here to read the position profile.  Please email our recruiter Koya Leadership Partners to inquire about the position. 

Requests for Proposal

Evaluation of EHF’s Activating Community Voice 2019-2020 Engagement

EHF is interested to learn how our community engagement capacity building practices are advancing grantee efforts to authentically engage in community involvement and action.

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The deadline for submissions is Friday, October 1, 2021. 

Evaluation of EHF’s Holy Currencies Program

EHF is seeking a consultant to help evaluate the impact of EHF’s Holy Currencies program.. Holy Currencies is a model for developing congregational ministries created by the Kaleidoscope Institute (KI). This model has been used internationally to strengthen the impact and sustainability of community-oriented ministries.

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The deadline for submissions is Friday, October 1, 2021.