The Colorado Trust is a private grantmaking foundation dedicated to achieving health equity for all Coloradans. Partnering with individuals, groups and communities across the state, The Trust's vision is that all Coloradans have fair and equal opportunities to lead healthy, productive lives regardless of race, ethnicity, income or where we live. We define health equity as ending inequalities that affect racial, ethnic, low-income and other vulnerable populations, so that everyone will have fair and equal opportunities to achieve good health.
We seek talented, team-oriented individuals, dedicated to our goal of advancing the health and well-being of the people of Colorado. Additionally, as an Equal Opportunity Employer, we welcome a diversity of perspectives and experiences among our staff.
When there is a job opening at The Colorado Trust, a position description and application instructions are posted below. Please note: Because of our small staff size, we do not encourage unsolicited phone calls or résumés. Thank you.
Regional Administrative Assistant – Colorado Springs (part time)
The Regional Administrative Assistant reports to and works closely with the Community Partner (CP) to provide direct administrative support for the Community Partnerships work in the region. This support includes documentation, meeting and logistical coordination, and financial and back-office support. This position supports a remote team doing community-level work and is largely office-based in the CP’s region For Region 6 (Colorado Springs / east central Colorado), the office will be based in Colorado Springs. The deadline to apply for this position is end of day on Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018.
There are presently three grantmaking teams working toward The Trust’s health equity vision: Community Partnerships, Health Equity Advocacy and the Health Equity Learning Series. These teams are comprised of Trust staff (both Denver-based and remote), grantees and consultants. The Event Coordinator is an integral member of the three teams and reports to and works closely with the Administrative Partner on all departmental events, as well as any other Trust-originated events (e.g., annual Trustee luncheon). This includes managing logistics for the team’s in-office meetings, trainings, grantee meetings, statewide convenings, retreats and community events. The deadline to apply for this position is end of day Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018.