Stupski Foundation strives to foster a diverse, equitable, and inclusive culture focused on continuous learning and welcomes individuals with work and lived experiences in the issue areas and communities we seek to serve. The Foundation embraces and supports people of every race, color, religion, national origin, age, size, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law and is an employment-at-will company.

To apply, email a cover letter, resume, and list of three references (candidates will be notified in advance of any outreach to your references) to stupski@walkeraac.com on or before 5:00 p.m. local time on Friday, June 4, 2021, noting the following additional instructions:

  • Use the title of the position you are applying for in the subject line: Health Program Officer, Bay Area or Health Program Officer, Hawai'i.
  • To foster an open and impartial application review process that minimizes the potential for bias, please remove any reference to academic institutions from which you obtained any degree, if applicable. You should still list any degrees without reference to the school; just simply list the type of degree conferred, for example: “Bachelor of Arts in Economics.”
  • Submit Microsoft Word or PDF files only (one combined PDF file is preferred).

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How to Apply

STUPSKI FOUNDATION

Stupski Foundation primarily funds organizations in San Francisco and Alameda Counties and Hawaiʻi that address food security, postsecondary success, and health, specifically maximizing early brain development and improving serious illness care. We are engaging community partners in decision-making through the end of our spend down. We honor our grantee partners’ expertise and lived experiences, recognizing that they know what solutions work best for their communities. Internally, the Foundation is committed to fostering a diverse, equitable, and inclusive culture and seeks candidates who can help the Foundation live into this aspiration. 

The Foundation is looking for two collaborative, inquisitive, and equity-centered professionals to work with their fast-paced, innovative, and growing team reporting to the Director of Health.  The Health Program Officers will apply their passion for social change, ability to engage with complex health stakeholders, research and analytical capabilities, and unique experience to advance the Foundation’s mission and ambitious strategies through 2029.


Health Program Officer, Bay Area - San Francisco (Temporarily Remote)

  • Will assist in the implementation of the Foundation’s health strategies in San Francisco and Alameda Counties with an annual community investment of approximately $2 million to $3 million.
  • Will help facilitate an effective workflow with the Health team 
  • Will be primarily focused on the Serious Illness Care (SIC) portfolio, with an opportunity to also learn and support the team’s work in Early Brain Development (EBD)
  • In SIC, will partner with local stakeholders, including health systems, community- and faith-based organizations, academic institutions, government, and payers
  • Critical tasks include monitoring grantmaking and developing relationships with a range of diverse partners
  • With guidance from the Director, will be instrumental in continuing to operationalize the Foundation’s local grantmaking strategies and helping further refine the giving approach


Health Program Officer, Hawai'i - Remote (On O’ahu or neighbor islands and open to inter-island travel)

  • Will assist in the implementation of the Foundation’s health strategies across the islands with an annual community investment of approximately $1.5 million
  • Will help facilitate an effective workflow with the Health team
  • Will split their time between the EBD and SIC portfolios as needs require
  • Will partner with local health systems and community clinics to build integrated services for the people we are trying to serve, supported by investments to ensure that these will be paid for in the long term
  • May also partner with community-based organizations, government, academic institutions, and insurance providers may also have a role in our strategy
  • Critical tasks include monitoring grantmaking and developing relationships with a range of diverse partners
  • With guidance from the Director, will have the opportunity to tailor the initial strategies developed with assistance from the Hawaiʻi Community Foundation according to the Program Officerʻs experience and partners’ results to have the most impact possible

About The Opportunities

About The Foundation

Stupski Foundation is a private spend down foundation investing all of its assets by 2029 to make the greatest possible change in communities today.

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