The Kaiser Family Foundation is a non-profit organization focusing on health issues facing the nation and its people. Based in Menlo Park CA, the Foundation is a widely respected leader in national health policy and health communications. Kaiser is not a grant-making Foundation.
Through its expert staff and programs, and through partnerships with outside organizations, the Foundation is a source of free research, facts, analysis and information on national health policy issues that are widely used by policymakers, the media, the health care community, and the general public. Over the years the Foundation has achieved a singular standing as a trusted, “go to” resource for information on national health policy issues. It also has a major presence on the Internet, through its website, kff.org, and through khn.org, a nonprofit news organization providing in-depth coverage of complex health issues and developments. The Foundation also operates some of the largest public health information and HIV awareness campaigns in this country and around the world in partnership with media organizations. These campaigns have won many awards such as the distinguished Emmy and Peabody awards. The Foundation is headquartered in Menlo Park, California and operates substantial facilities in Washington, DC, including the state-of-the art Barbara Jordan Conference Center and its broadcast studio.
The Foundation seeks job applicants at all levels who are interested in its work and in joining a hard working team dedicated to its unique operating style and mission. Serious applicants are encouraged to review this website and the Message from the President.
Equal Employment Opportunities
It is the policy of the Kaiser Family Foundation to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified applicants and employees in every phase of employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, disability or veteran status.
This policy extends to recruitment, hiring, training, promotions, compensation, benefits, use of Foundation facilities, and all other conditions and terms of employment. It also extends to providing a working atmosphere free of harassment based on gender or sexual orientation, race, age, color, religion, national origin, disability, marital or veteran status. In addition, all employees are expected to extend this policy to all other Foundation employees and potential employees.
Menlo Park, CA
- Internship, Health Communication and Media Partnerships
- Accounts Payable Internship
- Editor, California Ethnic Media Partnerships, Kaiser Health News (Remote position anywhere in California)
If a particular opportunity interests you, and you have the requisite experience and qualifications, please e-mail your resume and cover letter explaining how your background matches the job requirements to email@example.com, unless stated otherwise in the job posting.
The Foundation encourages job seekers to apply for specific job openings. Unsolicited resumes not linked to specific job openings will not be retained by the Foundation. To monitor the availability of job opportunities, please check this site periodically.
The Foundation has an efficient applicant review process and will contact candidates who have applied for specific positions and whose qualifications most closely fit the criteria for the job. If you do not hear from us in the next few weeks, we have most likely selected another candidate who more closely meets our needs at this time. We appreciate the opportunity to consider you for employment.
Due to the volume of applications received, we are unable to respond to phone inquiries regarding the status of our recruiting. We appreciate the enthusiasm that our candidates have toward our programs. Again, thank you for your interest.