- Master’s degree in a field relevant to assigned areas is preferred.
- Minimum five years’ experience in fields relevant to assigned responsibilities. Preference for significant relevant work experience (8+ years) with strong networks and contacts, as well as a broad, generalist background with deep and comprehensive understanding of program design and development, systems, networking, and community change.
- Evidence of effective work beyond areas of relevant field of practice and technical skills in one or more core programming areas (family economic security; food, health and well-being; education and learning; racial equity, etc.) that support the goal area/regional strategy are essential.
- Successful experience working as part of a multidisciplinary team and working effectively with persons from diverse cultural, social and ethnic backgrounds.
- Strong written and verbal communications skills.
- Team building capabilities within the foundation and in communities.
- Time management and ability to multitask and navigate the field effectively both within updated technological systems and community development models.
- Strong networks and relationships in the field of maternal and child health.
- Knowledge of programs, services and interventions that improve health outcomes for children and their parents.
- Experienced leader in building organizational capacity for delivery of effective programs.
- Strong knowledge of policy and systems that impact the health of children and families.
How to Apply
The W.K. Kellogg Foundation offers an excellent total compensation/rewards package that includes competitive pay (commensurate with experience, education, credentials and performance) and a comprehensive benefits program. For immediate and confidential consideration, please send your application materials to firstname.lastname@example.org.