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Fresno Building Healthy Communities is a coalition of community and faith-based organizations, residents and young people working to create #OneHealthyFresno, where all children and families can live healthy, safe, and productive lives. 

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© 2020 by Fresno Building Healthy Communities


Fresno Building Healthy Communities works with community leaders, non-profit and faith-based organizations, and policymakers to foster and encourage thriving communities where all children and families can live healthy, safe and productive lives. Representing more than 97,000 south Fresno residents, Fresno Building Healthy Communities  is building a movement to create #OneHealthyFresno for everyone. Fresno Building Healthy Communities is an equal opportunity employer.

Executive Administrative Assistant (Full Time, Exempt)

The Executive Administrative Assistant provides strategic, administrative and clerical support to the President and CEO and serves as a conduit to and from the President and CEO to the rest of Fresno BHC staff, visitors and external partners and stakeholders. The Executive Administrative Assistant composes and creates communications, maintains documentation related to contracts and official documents, while managing the day‐to‐day workflow and prioritizing various tasks and activities to enable President and CEO to achieve organizational goals; including scheduling, contact management, preparing materials in advance, organizing and coordinating executive outreach and external  relations efforts. The Executive Administrative Assistant also serves as a liaison to the Board of Directors, senior staff, and oversees special projects.

Project Specialist (Full Time, Exempt)

The Project Specialist is responsible for developing and implementing campaigns and projects to advance the mission of Fresno BHC, with an emphasis on building and supporting the leadership of community members. The Project Specialist is an inspiring leader capable of coaching, mobilizing and motivating community residents and partner organizations. The Project Specialist works closely with the Project Team and is the point person within Fresno BHC for all grassroots efforts and coordinates with stakeholders and partners to maintain coalitions and build new partnerships. The Project Specialist conducts public policy analysis, research, and community trainings. The Project Specialist is expected to lead the completion of a variety of special, and/or technical tasks, reports and other related activities, many which involve an in-depth knowledge of a wide range of policies and systems.

Communications Specialist (Full Time, Exempt)

The Communications Specialist supports the implementation, maintenance and management of internal and external communication efforts for Fresno BHC through creative writing, editing, content production, publications, and other communication activities. The Communications Specialist works closely with the Marketing & Communications Director to ensure active, consistent and meaningful communications on a day-to-day basis in accordance with the organization’s strategic communications plan.


Fresno Building Healthy Communities is proud to work with great organizations across the Central Valley. Listed below are job opportunities with our partner organizations. For more information or to apply, please follow the instructions listed in the job description. Fresno Building Healthy Communities is not responsible for inaccurate information. 

Leadership Counsel is Hiring! 

Our partners at Leadership Counsel for Justice and Accountability is hiring for an Attorney, a Development DirectorPolicy Advocate based in Fresno, and a Policy Coordinator – Housing to join their team. If interested, email a cover letter and resume to Olivia Faz at and name the position for which you are applying in the subject.