Classification: Full-time, Exempt
Job Title: Grants and Contracts Manager
Supervisor: Vice President of Operations
Supervises: No direct reports
Travel Requirements: Periodic travel may be required for training or business
This role oversees the development and tracking of over $20 million in grants and contracts that facilitate the Foundation’s annual work. The grants and contracts manager serves a key role at the Kansas Health Foundation by ensuring regulatory compliance, preparing and managing contracts, and tracking key deliverables for the Foundation’s work—across departments and functions.
This opportunity is for a detail-oriented, self-starter who has experience preparing and managing contracts and key deliverables. In addition to being a highly motivated self-starter, this individual should:
Applications should be submitted through the Kansas Health Foundation’s website, www.kansashealth.org/careers. The KHF Careers page allows applicants to select their job of interest, learn more about the position, and then click the “Apply” button on the job posting. Applicants will be asked to complete and submit a short form (as seen below), and upload a resume and cover letter. Once the application is submitted and received, applicants will receive an e-mail confirmation.
Applications will be reviewed immediately and considered on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Priority will be given to those who apply by May 12, 2023.
The Kansas Health Foundation is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.
The Kansas Health Foundation is a nonprofit organization based in Wichita, but statewide in its focus. We work each day to pursue three major goals: to empower Kansas to lead the nation in health; to eliminate the inequities that lead to major health disparities; and, to be THE model of philanthropic impact. To achieve these aims, KHF uses a wide range of strategies, including grantmaking, policy efforts, impact investments and strategic communication.
KHF knows to make progress on the major health issues impacting Kansas, we must partner with numerous organizations and individuals. For that reason, KHF actively cultivates relationships with nonprofit organizations, the business community, municipalities, universities, faith communities, public school districts, elected officials, advocacy groups, community coalitions and local institutions.
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