The Mother Cabrini Health Foundation (MCHF) was formed in 2018, by the sale of the Legacy Fidelis New York Medicaid Health Plan. MCHF is organized as a New York not-for-profit corporation and as a 501(c)(3) private foundation under the Internal Revenue Code.
MCHF has an asset base of approximately $3.8 billion and an operating budget that includes approximately $140 million in annual grant awards to promote and support programs which seek to improve the health of underserved New Yorkers, bolster the health outcomes of diverse communities, and enhance access to affordable healthcare and healthcare-related services across New York State. While MCHF operates in accordance with the ethical principles, tenets, and teachings of the Roman Catholic faith, it exists to help New Yorkers of all faiths or no faith at all.
Research Officer for Special Programs and Projects is a highly skilled employee with a keen understanding of public health research, policy, and outcomes. S/he will play a pivotal role in shaping and guiding the trajectory of MCHF's evaluation and research work during a period of significant growth.
Reporting to the Chief of Staff, a member of the CEO’s team, the Research Officer for Special Programs and Projects is a new position at MCHF. The Research Officer for Special Programs and Projects will use his/her expertise in research and writing to support the CEO in assessing the overall needs of MCHF, with a particular emphasis on Strategic Grants, Special Initiatives, and Programs, as well as in crafting an ongoing narrative of learnings for the MCHF team, Board Directors, Bishop Members, and those in the field. S/he will also manage research projects to support the work of the senior staff across all MCHF areas of interest.