The Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies (MACP) seeks nominations and applications for the role of Program Officer, International Health, Quality of Life. MACP consists of two grantmaking entities – the Margaret A. Cargill Foundation and the Anne Ray Foundation, both of which were funded by the late Margaret A. Cargill. MACP organizes most of its grantmaking activities into seven program domains with defined strategic boundaries. These seven domains include: Animal Welfare, Arts & Cultures, Disaster Relief & Recovery, Environment, Quality of Life, Teachers, and Legacy & Opportunity. Additional funds are awarded through special grant programs including an employee matching gift program.
MACP supports work in and with communities toward developing solutions that deliver effective, sustainable programs that improve the quality of life for under resourced and marginalized populations. The Quality of Life domain has a broad goal of supporting life’s journey at vulnerable stages for children, young adults, families, and the aging. The International Health program is one of five programs in the Quality of Life domain. Across all programs, MACP seeks to focus on equitable approaches that reach marginalized communities.
The Program Officer is responsible for supporting the development, implementation, and management of the International Health program’s Quality of Life domain, specifically the Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (MNCH) space. The International Health program is focused on reaching women who have experienced barriers to accessing quality, respectful, integrated MNCH services, including structural, systemic and individual barriers to care. Under the direction of the Program Director, the Program Officer works in collaboration with the Managing Program Director and other program and foundation staff to manage an effective grantmaking program to support the development of strategic content and desired impact for the International Health program. The ideal candidate will bring passion for and expertise in the field of Maternal and Child Health along with the strategic and collaborative skills to effectively steward grantee relationships and help to envision the future of the portfolio.
For the full position description, please visit: https://npag.com/current-searches-all/macp-poih
MACP is partnering with Allison Kupfer Poteet, Cara Pearsall, and Catherine Seneviratne of NPAG in this search. Applications including a cover letter, addressed to the MACP hiring team, describing your interest that includes a short statement about how you have fostered a positive, values-based organizational culture, your resume (in Word format), and where you learned of the position should be sent to: MACP-POIH@npag.com. To expedite the internal sorting and reviewing process, please type your name (Last, First) as the only contents in the subject line of your e-mail.
Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies is an equal opportunity employer and encourages candidates of all identities, experiences, orientations, and communities to apply.