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Marketing & Communications Specialist

Department: Alliance for Medical Outreach and Relief (AMOR)
Supervisor: Executive Director
Status: At will, Full Time, Non-exempt
WC Code: 8810 - Clerical/Office
EEO Class: 2 - Professionals
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m., with after-hours as needed
Compensation: Commensurate with experience. Exceptional benefits package, including health, dental, vision,
life, retirement, and daycare benefits.

Position Description:
AMOR is seeking a qualified candidate for a Marketing & Communications Specialist responsible for planning, developing, and implementing all the organizational marketing strategies, marketing communications, and public relations activities, both external and internal. This person would also develop support materials and services in marketing, communications, and public relations. Bilingual in English and Spanish is preferred.

To be considered for this opportunity, please email your resume to:

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Alliance for Medical Outreach and Relief (AMOR) is a 501(c) (3) community benefit organization that works strategically to build healthier communities in areas of concentrated poverty.


POSITION TITLE: Grants Officer

Grants Officer 2, Philanthropy
Community Health System




We are looking for a Grants Officer to join our growing Philanthropy team!


The Grants Officer 2 is directly responsible for researching, writing, submitting and tracking grants to support Community Health System’s programs and services. You will seek government, corporate and foundation grants to raise critical funds to benefit patient care and support fundraising initiatives throughout our health system. You'll also open new pathways of giving for the Office of Philanthropy. With thorough and timely reporting back to grantors and warm stewardship, you'll be able increase the number of repeat grants secured.


Because of your excellent editing and copywriting skills, you will also provide support with writing projects for their Office of Philanthropy including proposals and communications. You will be joining a group of ten Development officers tasked with raising $13M. 


The Community Health System is a locally owned, not-for-profit, public-benefit organization based in Fresno, California. Community is the region's largest healthcare provider and private employer. We operate a physician residency program with one of the nation's top medical schools – the University of California, San Francisco.

We are home to the only Level I Trauma Center and comprehensive burn center between Los Angeles and Sacramento and also serve as the area's “safety net provider.” In fiscal year 2020, Community provided nearly $175 million in uncompensated services and programs.


Because we know our ability to provide the highest level of care begins with our incredible staff, we provide excellent benefits. On top of competitive pay, hearty retirement plans, and other core benefits, we provide extras like free concierge services to run your errands while you work, on-demand well-being, a free employee gym with free personal training, and more. 



In your role, you will:

  • Achieve a personal revenue target of $600,000 or more, as determined annually.
  • Complete at least eighteen (18) grant proposals for $25,000 or more annually.
  • Research grant opportunities from government agencies (local, state and federal), corporations and foundations; match opportunities with programmatic needs of clinical partners throughout Community Health System, based on research and knowledge of our healthcare system. Secure funding for technology, education, research, equipment, therapies and treatments, facility enhancements, expansion and new building projects, services and programs for patients, etc.
  • Oversee grants management, including administration, schedules, tracking and compliance. Monitor progress on grant-funded programs, in close collaboration with assigned program manager. Responsible for obtaining reporting information from program managers in order to submit interim and final grant reports to funders. Ensure program managers submit data reports, where required.
  • Development grant proposals, including copywriting and data sourcing, and submit them on or ahead of deadline.
  • Report back about impact and steward grantors as valued donor-investors by keeping them engaged and educated about Community’s mission.
  • Analyze results, learn from each grant acceptance and rejection, and continually make recommendations for improving.




·       High School Diploma, General Education Development (GED) or Completion of a CMC Approved Individualized Education Plan (IEP) Certificate required


  • 2 years of fund-development experience with established record of fundraising success or demonstrable experience soliciting, including individual gifts of $25,000 or more required
  • Fundraising experience in healthcare. Successful experience in a project-management or campaign leadership role preferred

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