Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 2021 ABFE Women in Philanthropy Retreat
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Chief Philanthropy Officer
San Francisco Foundation The San Francisco Foundation is actively mobilizing resources towards increasing racial equity and economic inclusion and civic engagement, and to advancing advocacy and equitable policy positions. The next Chief Philanthropy Officer (CPO) has a rare opportunity to take a thriving, mission-driven community foundation to a new level of philanthropic impact in the Bay Area. SFF is seeking a skilled and nimble executive who will build upon the current legacy of SFF while leveraging a growing donor base in one of the wealthiest, most dynamic regions in the world. The next CPO will bring leadership and acumen to the development team and be a natural advocate for the people of the region. SFF recognizes that philanthropy has long been hampered by the sector’s failure to reflect the communities that its institutions serve. At the San Francisco Foundation, equity, inclusion, and diversity are core to the success of the internal operations as well. Reporting to and partnering with the Chief Executive Officer, the CPO sets strategy and oversees all development and donor engagement functions and processes for SFF. As a member of the senior management team, the CPO also has a leadership role in addressing issues including but not limited to fund development, organizational change, and governance. The San Francisco Foundation thrives through a culture of internal collaboration, and this individual’s leadership must play out as a member of this team. This individual will also serve as a vocal champion for the racial equity and community strategies of SFF and will present articulately to a host of different audiences. The CPO will identify fundraising needs in relation to existing programs. They will develop attainable fundraising strategies, both near and long-term, in the areas of annual giving, major gift campaigns, planned giving, special events, and endowment building. The Chief Philanthropy Officer will explore new areas of development revenue.
Director - Keep Oakland Housed
Bay Area Community Services The “Keep Oakland Housed” Director is a strategic leadership and operations position that oversees strategy, policy, fundraising, outreach and administrative and operational oversight for KOH. The Director will lead the Keep Oakland Housed Collaborative; convening stakeholders, overseeing collaborative fundraising plan, administering the program and organization administration (minutes, agenda setting, facilitation, etc.). This position will also be spearheading fundraising and resource development efforts in partnership with funders and the KOH collaborative partner development teams, seeking to broaden the support and overall impact of the program in an ongoing way.
Administrative Assistant to the Chief Impact Officer
San Francisco Foundation The Administrative Assistant is responsible for providing day-to-day assistance and support to the Chief Impact Officer.
San Francisco Foundation The Assistant Controller is part of the finance team, a group of dedicated individuals who combine diligent work with camaraderie and passion for the Foundation’s mission. The accounting team is jointly responsible for accounting for over 1,000 funds, 120 investment managers, and a full complement of internal departments. The Assistant Controller reports to the Controller of The San Francisco Foundation.
The Assistant Controller is a key contributor to the team efforts to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the Foundation’s financial records, timely reporting and analysis of financial results, and maintenance of strong internal controls. This will be accomplished through individual work, contribution to Foundation-wide projects, and back up for other Finance staff.
Assistant to Chief Operating Officer and Senior Director Human Resources & Administration
San Francisco Foundation The Assistant provides day-to-day assistance and overall administrative support to the COO & SDHRA. In partnership with the COO, the role provides administrative support to Board committees. Participates in internal communications and training logistics to support the broad learning and engagement strategy. Supports various aspects of the employment lifecycle process including recruitment and onboarding. Provides administrative support in the contract management and approval process. Collaborates with key stakeholders with The Foundation to support the strategic goals of the Operations Department.
San Francisco Foundation The Financial Analyst will be a key member of the Finance Team, with 80% support to our Financial Planning & Analysis 'FP&A' team and 20% support to our Program Related Investments ‘PRI’ team.
The FP&A team is responsible for all aspects of financial planning including designing and implementing the annual budgeting process, developing financial projections and long-term scenarios, applying spending policies to endowed funds, transferring assets between funds, accounts and budgets, managing and forecasting the foundation’s operating reserve, analyzing for liquidity planning, liaising with all departments across the organization, and providing trainings to support staff’s familiarity with our financial results.
The PRI team is responsible for building and managing our Bay Area Community Investment Fund—a portfolio of direct loans to organizations and other mission-related investments.
The FP&A team and the Investment team heavily partner with the third team within SFF’s Finance unit, which is the Accounting team.
Manager of Financial Analysis
San Francisco Foundation The Manager of Financial Analysis will be a key member of the Financial Planning & Analysis 'FP&A' team. This FP&A team is responsible for all aspects of financial planning including designing and implementing the annual budgeting process, developing financial projections and long-term scenarios, applying spending policies to endowed funds, transferring assets between funds, accounts and budgets, managing and forecasting the foundation’s operating reserve, analyzing for liquidity planning, liaising with all departments across the organization, and providing trainings to support staff’s familiarity with our financial performance and results. The FP&A team partners with the other two teams within SFF’s Finance unit, which are the Accounting team and the Investments team.
Program Assistant, Policy and Innovation
San Francisco Foundation The Program Assistant provides overall administrative, operational, and process support for the Policy and Innovation Division within the Foundation’s Community Impact Department.
Reports To: Vice President of the Policy and Innovation
General Administrative Support
Provides assistance with calendar/scheduling, travel arrangements, expense reimbursement, and other administrative support services for the Vice President and other staff of the team under the guidance of the VP.
Acts as primary information contact responding to intra-office and public inquiries and requests for information and redirecting inquiries and requests as appropriate. Drafts and disseminates minutes from meetings and convenings.
Drafts and edits correspondence, and transcribe recorded notes, information, and reports.
Processes consulting and vendor contracts and invoices.
Provides back-up support to other Program Assistants, Front Desk Reception, and staff colleagues as appropriate.
Assist in other administrative processes including but not limited to generating stipends for external partners, filing for reimbursements, and managing listservs for team staff as well as grantees.
At the Direction of the VP of Policy and Innovation, this position is responsible for managing logistical aspects of in person and online convenings and events that are hosted by the Policy and Innovation team.
Tasks include but are not limited to vendor negotiation, ongoing communication with speakers and attendees, coordination with Marketing and Communications staff on collateral, tracking RSVPs, day-of-event management, monitoring expenditures, and final payment of invoices.
Provides administrative support and coordination of specific tasks as assigned by the supervisor(s) for ongoing or time-limited projects or programs within the core program team.
Program Associate for the Chief Impact Officer
San Francisco Foundation The Program Associate provides support to advance the Foundation’s equity goals. By supporting the further development/implementation of the Foundation’s Equity Agenda through planning and assessment, community engagement, public private partnerships, and convenings, the Program Associate ensures that the Foundation’s goals and objectives are achieved. Under the direction of the Chief Impact Officer, the Program Associate is involved in a range of activities and ensures that the Chief Impact Officer is staffed appropriately.
The Program Associate works independently, with guidance, and collectively on a team to develop and implement activities in the following areas: assisting in advancing internal working groups and department teams, working with community, foundation and public partners, and advancing Foundation priorities, particularly internally
San Francisco Foundation The Staff Accountant is part of the finance team, a group of dedicated individuals who combine diligent work with camaraderie and passion for the Foundation’s mission. The accounting team is jointly responsible for accounting for over 1000 funds, 120 investment managers, and a full complement of internal departments. The Staff Accountant is responsible for contributing to the team efforts to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the Foundation’s financial records and maintaining strong internal controls.
The Staff Accountant provides general accounting support, including preparing journal entries, reconciliations, schedules, and account analysis, and providing support in carrying out the responsibilities of the Finance Department. The Staff Accountant will also contribute to Foundation-wide projects and will be cross-trained with other staff members to provide back up when needed.
Executive Assistant to the President
The Raymond John Wean Foundation Background and Purpose The Wean Foundation is a private foundation that leverages a powerful combination of grantmaking, capacity building and convening and partnerships to advance community building in the underresourced communities of Warren and Youngstown, Ohio.
Driven by our values, we partner with residents, organizations and civic leaders to focus on viable solutions that move us towards our vision of empowered residents creating an equitable Mahoning Valley. Since our founding in 1949, we have refined our strategies and dedication to creating a future where race has no influence on how a person fares in society.
The Executive Assistant to the President (EA) will have a deep proficiency in a broad range of administrative skills, performing work well beyond the scope of entry-level assistants. The individual chosen will take on administrative and project-related tasks to allow the president to focus on Foundation priorities. Responsible for a wide variety of complex duties, the EA will be an integral team member, serving as the key representative of the president’s office.
Key Responsibilities The EA will be responsible to drive the following: Office Administration • Prioritize tasks and projects daily, monitor emails, documents or material requiring input and/or approval. • Draft written correspondence including organizational-wide and daily correspondence with a variety of internal and external stakeholders. • Create a wide range of materials, including PowerPoint presentations, briefings and support with editing collateral items produced by various departments. • Plan and execute a variety of special projects including site visits, PR/ Media branding opportunities, and org-wide gatherings and activities, in collaboration with appropriate staff. • Process monthly credit card expenses. Calendar Management • Manage President’s calendar and coordinate high level meetings with internal and external stakeholders, proactively communicating needed changes, resp
The Raymond John Wean Foundation Key Responsibilities The Communications Officer will be responsible to drive the following: Communications Strategy • Implement and monitor the 2020 Communications Strategy, developing organizational practices to ensure the Foundation’s brand, positioning and voice are consistently reflected in all external and internal communications. • Develop systems, procedures and applications to optimally deliver information in a variety of formats (website, social media, published reports, print materials, promotional materials) • With leadership, develop and manage communications budget. Content Development • Prepare communications to complement and support a wide range of program areas, initiatives and audiences including the drafting and editing of: o Written materials including publications (e.g., reports, press releases, articles, presentations). o Promotional material (e-blasts, ads). o Website content. o Social media posts and campaigns. o Scripts/talking points. • Develop and manage crisis communications, policies and procedures. External Relations • Coordinate with local media outlets; pitch stories and respond to media inquiries. • Coordinate with grantees to amplify their voice and advance their work in the community. • Manage and oversee outsourced work of communication firm and vendors. (graphic design, photography, videography) Team Learning and Partnership • Manage communication projects, coordinating staff, tasks and timelines. • Identify relevant communications opportunities and emerging issues and execute appropriate strategies. • Provide staff support and training on communication activities such as social media, speaking engagements and media interviews.
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Chief Health Officer
Rhia Ventures Rhia Ventures is looking for a Chief Health Officer (CHO) with deep expertise in reproductive health, maternal health, health care delivery systems, and translate the needs of the women most affected by systemic inequity into programming that fosters equitable reproductive health products and services.
Program Officer, Environment – Addressing the Freshwater Challenge
Charles Stewart Mott Foundation The AFC Program Officer (PO) will co-manage the Foundation’s efforts addressing freshwater conservation and access to clean drinking water in the Great Lakes basin. The Foundation’s grantmaking under this program area emphasizes strengthening environmental non-governmental organizations (NGOs) dedicated to the long-term protection of freshwater resources and influencing the design and implementation of related public policies. In addition, in the wake of the Flint water crisis, the freshwater program area has become more focused on ensuring that clean and affordable drinking water is available to all people throughout the region. This has led us to expand support to organizations serving low-income and historically disadvantaged communities. The individual filling this position will work with a colleague in the freshwater program and be part of the eight-person Environment program team. This is a full-time position located in Flint, MI and will require frequent travel, mostly regional.
In this role, the Program Officer will:
With the AFC team, design and execute multi-year grantmaking strategies; Build relationships with NGOs and leaders in the field in order to best understand the opportunities and challenges in this work; Investigate grant requests and develop funding recommendations; Process, administer, and monitor grants and clusters of grants according to Foundation policies and procedures; Manage consultants on occasion to help evaluate, modify and/or implement the grantmaking strategy; Prepare, individually and with other team members, reports and other documents for the Foundation’s management and Board of Trustees; Work with colleagues across the Foundation and other grantmakers outside the Foundation on issues of mutual interest; and Assist with external communications, including representing the Foundation at meetings and in discussions with grantees and partners.
Chief Operating Officer
Brandywine Health Foundation The COO will have a huge opportunity to drive significant social impact by codesigning and strategically deploying the operational infrastructure required to thrive as the foundation charts it’s path forward. The COO in partnership with the CEO will be responsible for facilitating change and growth across grantmaking, fundraising and strategic priorities while nurturing an aligned, integrated, and accountable culture. The COO’s primary role is to drive investments in efficient, integrated systems (management, people, technology, etc.) and processes that support the diverse mission delivery needs of the Brandywine Health Foundation. This new role will directly oversee community investments and indirectly strategic programming (Integrated Services, Healthy Environment, and Community Voice) as well as ensuring functional teams and operations such as finance, database management, legal, risk, and compliance.