Director, Resilient Communities with Big Cities Health Coalition

The Director, Resilient Communities is a new position and will join a team of four, as well as be part of the larger de Beaumont Foundation staff of about 25 people. The director will be responsible for leading and implementing the Coalition’s work to build resilient communities, including, but not limited to our work on health equity, and the role governmental public health must play in responding to structural racism and preventing violence in our nation’s big cities.

In short, you will oversee the Coalition’s work on enduring public health challenges to work to help our member cities thrive and build vibrant, more resilient communities. This may include facilitating technical assistance, sharing best practices among cities, and synthesizing what you learn from cities for partners or the media as telling the story of big city governmental health is one of our most important tasks. Learn more about the position and how to apply here.