Reports to: Deputy Executive Director
Healthier Colorado is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to raising the voices of
Coloradans in the public policy process to improve the health of our state’s residents. We
believe that every Coloradan should have a fair chance to live a healthy life. Through advocacy
that includes grassroots organizing, lobbying and utilizing media, we strive to make that ideal a
The Research & Logistics Coordinator will serve as an organizational dynamo for our team. This
person will provide research support, solve problems, schedule and produce meetings, and
maintain databases. This coordinator will interact with several members of our team and their
work will be managed by our Deputy Executive Director. This is an hourly position that pays $20
per hour, and the average anticipated number of hours is 30-40 per week.
The Research & Logistics Coordinator will:
Perform research and then clearly communicate findings that are responsive to the
research request, including in the following areas: public health and other indicators to
help guide policy direction, fact-checking content for public communication (e.g.
legislative testimony or op-eds), research to support candidate or ballot measure
Assist with financial management and regulatory compliance, including: depositing
checks, obtaining and cancelling organization-issued credit cards for staff, and filing
periodic reports with the Secretary of State.
Assist the Executive Director with board of directors management tasks, including: board
packet preparation, board meeting logistics, taking board minutes, and maintaining a
database of board member information.
Provide support for the scheduling and production of meetings and events, including:
coordinating scheduling for various staff meetings, producing our annual staff retreat and
our annual gala, and producing various other external events, such as statewide tours
and advocacy trainings.
Demonstrated ability to perform research and produce a written report or summary with
the resulting data. This may be within an academic or professional context.
Demonstrated ability to manage projects and stay organized. This may be within an
academic or professional context.
Competency in using Microsoft Word and Excel.
Willingness to be a self starter, able to identify a challenge and apply different strategies
to overcome the obstacle.
Willingness to work some nights and weekends.
Cultural Competence: Commitment to equity and inclusion as organizational practice
and culture, including a commitment to the complex understanding of racial justice and
the urgency of confronting institutional racism and inequity within our society.
Healthier Colorado Values
1. Diversity and Inclusion:
We represent and celebrate a diverse staff in regard to race, religion, background, and
lived experiences. We see value in these differences and those differences allow us to
be more creative and empower our team members to strive for inclusivity and equity.
We strive to create a culture of shared accountability because of our understanding of
the interconnectedness of the work that all of our team members do. We are dedicated
to Healthier Colorado’s mission and to treating one another with respect as we work
towards our common goals. We are committed to acting with integrity both internally and
3. Innovation, Creativity, and Risk Taking:
The willingness to take risks and be creative, outside the box thinkers is an integral part
of the work we do at Healthier Colorado. We are committed to being a place where ideas
can be discussed openly and being an organization that is not afraid to try new things or
to be the first to forge the path. We actively seek out new and unusual opportunities and
partnerships with unusual allies.
Healthier Colorado Non-Discrimination Policy
Healthier Colorado is dedicated to the principles of equal employment opportunity in any term,
condition or privilege of employment. Healthier Colorado does not discriminate in employment
or advancement opportunities on the basis of race, sex, color, creed, national origin, ancestry,
age, sexual orientation (including gender identity and gender expression), disability or any other
characteristic protected by federal, state or local law.
To apply, submit a cover letter and resume to Hillary Jorgensen at