Careers

The Gold Foundation is a healthcare-related 501 (c)(3) with a small staff, yet wide and influential reach in the healthcare industry. The Foundation works to ensure that healthcare professionals provide patient care that is as compassionate as it is technologically sophisticated. We are well known across the US in academic medical education as change agents and have more recently been extending our programs and strategies into nursing education as well as to all the places where care is delivered.

Our Mission: The Gold Foundation champions humanism in healthcare, which we define as compassionate, collaborative, and scientifically excellent care. This Gold standard of care embraces all and targets barriers to such care. We empower experts, learners, and leaders to together create systems and cultures that support humanistic care for all.

We have embarked on a multi-year strategic plan to expand and grow our footprint which includes continuing and extending our work with medical and nursing education, corporate partners, foundations, hospitals, and community health centers to ensure that humanistic, compassionate, and co-produced healthcare is implemented systemically.

Employment opportunities

Grants/Programs Manager

Job Description

The Grants/Programs Manager is a key member of the Program Team and reports to the Director of Program Initiatives. The Grants/Programs Manager is responsible for the day-to-day administration of multiple grants and award programs for the Gold Foundation, and is  critical to the success of Foundation programming. The position is in regular communication with medical and nursing schools across the country as well as numerous individuals and organizations which have received grants or been honored with an award. As such, the position requires strong interpersonal collaboration skills, and the ability to represent to the Foundation externally. The job is generally an in-person position (not withstanding current pandemic accommodations) at our offices in Englewood Cliffs, NJ, minutes from the GW Bridge.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assist Director of Program Initiatives to manage the details of numerous ongoing projects
  • Oversight of all Foundation grants, including preparation of grant agreements, oversight of grantee requirements and reporting, processing grant payments and ensuring the impeccable timeliness and accuracy of all relevant data
  • Management of Foundation databases related to grants and awards (GIFTS)
  • Maintenance of all grant/program related records and preparation of monthly reports for grant related activities
  • Managing awards programs including preparation of award packets such as certificates and checks
  • Overseeing, tracking and organizing submissions of program proposals
  • General administrative tasks related to Foundation’s grant and Award Programming

Skills:

    • Excellent project management skills with experience in managing and supervising administrative projects
    • Excellent organizational skills with ability to manage multiple programs simultaneously
    • Strong command over written and verbal communication
    • Excellent interpersonal and presentation skills
    • Ability to work within a team
    • Self-starter with ability to prioritize work, meet deadlines and produce quality results on time with attention to details
    • GIFTS (grant management system)
    • Excel
    • Adobe Acrobat
    • Social media

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent
  • Minimum 2-4 years relevant grants and program experience

How to Apply: Qualified candidates should send cover letter and resume via e-mail to HR@gold-foundation.org

No calls, please.

Job Type: Full-Time


Intern, Humanism in Healthcare

Job Description: We are seeking a self-motivated individual who is interested in a career in healthcare, potentially someone who has recently graduated college or is in a gap year. This entry-level position will report directly to the Chief of Staff and support her in administrative duties involving all facets of the organization, including programs, fundraising, business development and operations. We are seeking an inquisitive, enthusiastic individual who is interested in learning about the inner workings of the medical and nursing professions from an educational and administrative viewpoint. The candidate will interact on a regular basis with our President/CEO on special projects, as well as with our Board members and constituencies. Therefore, he or she should be poised and professional. This internship is an excellent opportunity to gain an understanding of various healthcare professions and the importance of humanistic healthcare.

Qualifications:

  • Completed or working toward a college degree
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook and social media platforms
  • Knowledge of Word Press, GIFTS, and/or Quickbooks and Razor’s Edge a plus.
  • Effective written and verbal communications skills
  • Self-starter
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Detail-oriented

Hours:

This is a remote, part-time, paid internship currently. Our goal is to return to our office in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, in September 2021.

How to Apply:

Please email your resume and cover letter to hr@gold-foundation.org with “Intern, Humanism in Healthcare” in the subject line


Communications Associate

Do you believe that humanism is essential to good healthcare?

At The Arnold P. Gold Foundation, we do. As a nonprofit organization, we work to ensure humanism is infused into healthcare. Compassion, respect, good listening, collaboration – these are not simply nice to have when you are sick or hurting. They are not extras. They are critical.

Join us in this mission by becoming our new Communications Associate.

We are seeking someone who believes deeply in our work – a humanistic, enthusiastic communications professional who can juggle multiple projects and keep them on track. The ideal candidate will know their way around both semi-colons and tweets.

The Gold Foundation is a nonprofit organization based in Englewood Cliffs, NJ, just outside of New York City. We are a small, busy team that supports myriad programs, including the Gold Humanism Honor Society, the White Coat Ceremony, councils for medical schools and hospitals, as well as a Gold Corporate Council.

The Gold Foundation is seeking a part-time or full-time Communications Associate to assist with various projects, including writing and editing, website updates, social media, and marketing.

You will report to the Associate Vice President of Communications and work with other staff members as needed.

Duties and responsibilities may include:

  • Writes announcements about our programs and related events
  • Updates our website (WordPress) with new announcements, videos, program deadlines, blog posts, etc.
  • Edits blog posts and other writing from outside contributors
  • Assists with marketing campaigns
  • Assists with presentations, including PPT and speeches
  • Creates images using Canva for social media campaigns, our website, and other materials;
  • Helps organize and update written materials
  • Creates social media posts and monitors social media
  • Jumps in as needed on other projects

Qualifications:

  • 1-3 years of communications experience
  • Pro-active and independent worker who is also a great team member
  • Excellent computer skills, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Strong writing and editing skills
  • Experience with social media – especially Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram – and a willingness to learn new platforms and programs
  • Impeccable organizational skills with great attention to detail
  • Ability to help keep priorities and deadlines on track
  • Ability to work well under pressure, multi-task, and prioritize work assignments to meet deadlines
  • Willingness to jump into new projects
  • Professional, gracious, and helpful attitude
  • Optional but helpful: experience with video-editing or production, photography, photo editing Adobe Creative Suite, WordPress, email marketing, marketing metrics, media outreach

How to Apply:

Please send to hr@gold-foundation.org with “Communications Associate: Your Name” in the subject line:

  • Your resume;
  • A cover letter with the reasons why you want to help elevate humanism in healthcare and your “superpowers” – those areas in which you excel  – as well as areas in which you are interested in growing;
  • Examples of your writing and social media posts. Any other media examples (such as videos, podcasts, newsletters, articles) would be welcome;

Job Type: Part time or full time. All positions are currently remote, but the team will be returning to the office in Fall 2021. We will consider remote employees.

Volunteer openings

The Arnold P. Gold Foundation has revitalized our volunteer program for 2021 with the aim of introducing a new generation of young people to the world of healthcare. This program provides our volunteers with an opportunity to learn about the nonprofit sector in healthcare across all the different departments of administration, programs, business development, communications and fundraising.  This is ideal for anyone interested in pursuing a career in healthcare beginning at the high school level through post graduate school.

Volunteering at the Gold Foundation is multi-faceted. Tasks could include assisting with programmatic activities, supporting our communications and marketing efforts through social media and blog posts, interacting with our Board members and constituencies, and working alongside our finance department, as well as coordinating activities with our donors on our special events and appeals.

Specific tasks and assignments are based on each volunteer’s interests and skills. Our volunteer opportunities are available for both in-person (once our office opens in the Fall of 2021) and remote.

If you are interested, please email your resume and a cover letter sharing why you are interested in the Gold Foundation and its mission to Diane Asciutto at dasciutto@gold-foundation.org.