MFH Workplace Values

MFH realizes diverse, talented and dedicated people are the key to its current and future success. Learn how MFH Values Diversity.

Teamwork-oriented

We believe that cooperative e fforts drawing on the strengths of multiple staff members achieve the best results for the communities we serve, while fostering sta ff learning and highlighting the capabilities and contributions of each sta ff member.

Continual Learners

We actively work to broaden our knowledge concerning health issues in Missouri, cultivate professional skills, encourage healthy behaviors; and we are willing to accept alternative perspectives other than our own.

Dedicated

We are committed to the MFH mission through our daily work and outreach to the community.

Innovative

We respond creatively in moving forward to meet Missouri’s health care challenges. We are not constrained by traditional views of how a foundation works, and always seek approaches that provide maximum benefit to our population while pursuing a flexible grantmaking style.

Open and Communicative

We communicate e ffectively in order to achieve open dialogue internally and externally. We recognize the value in others’ opinions and actively seek and respect many di fferent viewpoints on the issues we face and the work we do.

People of Integrity

We strive to treat people with honesty, fairness and compassion. We conduct business in an ethical manner, earning our internal and external customers’ trust by being honorable in all our relationships and providing value in every respect to our board, CAC, staff , business partners and the communities we serve.

Respectful

We treat everyone with dignity and courtesy. Understanding that di fferent points of view will allow us to enhance our knowledge and performance, we listen to and learn from everyone.

Balanced in Work and Life

We recognize that employees rise to their highest level of work performance when they are supported in maintaining their health and family and community relationships.

Employment Opportunities

Vice President, Programs

Reports to: President and Chief Executive Officer
Classification: Exempt

Position Summary: This key senior leadership position will help the organization achieve its mission to improve the health of Missourians through strategic leadership of its $40 million annual grant-funding program. The Vice President of Programs leads the design, development, delivery and evaluation of the organization’s program activities. This position is both strategic and operational with both the delivery of core programs and formulation of creative strategies to meet emerging community needs.
The Vice President of Programs opportunity is tailored to an individual who wants to work for a foundation whose internal culture is focused on making meaningful health care changes in the state of Missouri. Candidates who have a desire to lead and engage staff to explore health issue facing Missourians, assess trends and make changes as required in funding and operations to ensure maximum positive health outcomes for constituents should apply.
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Senior Accountant, CPA

Reports to: Senior Director, Administration & Finance
Classification: Exempt

Position Summary: Reporting to the Senior Director of Administration & Finance, the Senior Accountant will perform the day-to-day accounting functions related to producing monthly financial statements, month-end close, budgets, cash analysis and payroll. He or she will also manage the vendor contract and purchase order process and ensure compliance with all GAAP standards and internal controls.
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Learning Officer

Reports to: Director of Learning and Effectiveness
Classification: Exempt

Position Summary: The Learning Officer will share responsibility and accountability for promoting continuous learning, improvement and innovation. Working across the Foundation, the Learning Officer will implement creative strategies that help the Foundation understand its overall effectiveness, inform strategic decision making and communicate high-level ideas and insights to various audiences. The Learning Officer will use traditional and non-traditional sources to analyze data and metrics, develop insights, synthesize key themes and assess achievements and lessons learned. The Learning Officer will serve as a change agent, fostering a culture that welcomes assessment and feedback, emphasizing collaboration, creativity and risk-taking.  
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Human Resources fax: (314) 345-5520