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Program Officer, People Pathway
San Francisco Foundation
Lead the strategy and implementation of at least one grantmaking priority issue area in partnership with the Senior Director, People Pathway. Actively participates and may lead cross-department work, including working with staff across the organization to ensure progress on SFF’s Three Year Impact Plan 3.
Link: https://tsff.applytojob.com/apply/5ACNTcQlAQ/Program-Officer-People-Pathway?source=Our%20Career%20Page%20Widget
Administrative Assistant to the Chief Impact Officer and VP of Programs
San Francisco Foundation
Provides clerical and administrative support to assigned staff. Assistants are typically responsible for scheduling meetings, maintaining detailed records, organizing events, and ensuring overall efficiency of office operations. May be responsible for processing invoices and project management of limited scope projects.
Link: https://tsff.applytojob.com/apply/VIEqWqorEv/Administrative-Assistant-To-The-Chief-Impact-Officer-And-VP-Of-Programs?source=Our%20Career%20Page%20Widget
Investment Administration Specialust
San Francisco Foundation
Plays a key role in supporting the investment Team by collecting and maintaining the data required to report on and administer the 150+ investment accounts of the foundation. The position assists with liaising with our investment managers, fund administrators, consultants, software vendors, and custodian banks.
Link: https://tsff.applytojob.com/apply/ZfIrLFkqUz/Investment-Administration-Specialist?source=Our%20Career%20Page%20Widget
Project Manager
PSE Healthy Energy
The project manager will work closely in partnership with the Associate Director of Project Management, scientific research leads, and teams, and will be responsible for overseeing and coordinating research projects, ensuring timely completion of tasks and deliverables, and maintaining effective communication between various collaborators and stakeholders. The Project Manager role is a new position at PSE, and you will also have an opportunity to help shape project management systems across the organization in collaboration with the Associate Director of Project Management.
Link: https://pse-healthy-energy.breezy.hr/p/ee8cfcb597d2-project-manager
Air Quality Scientist(s): Methane, Climate and Public Health
PSE Healthy Energy
We are also seeking one or more full-time Air Quality Scientist(s): Methane, Climate and Public Health to join our passionate team of scientists, engineers, and data analysts. We study cutting-edge solutions-oriented climate and energy problems in the hope to protect public health and the environment. Our research doesn’t end at publication—we embrace the scientist as a spokesperson role and level with the public through press releases/briefings and active engagement with diverse stakeholders and policymakers. We host a suite of in-house, research-grade trace gas analysis capabilities that have been deployed all over the world to better understand the climate and health pollutant emissions from gas-fired residential appliances, commercial kitchens, direct air capture facilities, and more.
Link: https://pse-healthy-energy.breezy.hr/p/4fdfda6714d6-air-quality-data-scientist?state=published
Managing Director, US Health and Health Equity
FSG, Inc.
As the US health landscape continues to experience significant changes, with implications for population health and how key actors – government agencies, providers, payors, foundations, grassroots organizations and others – work together in new ways, FSG is seeking a Managing Director with US Health experience to join their US Consulting team.

While FSG currently serves a range of health clients, FSG expects to continue adding high quality, impactful organizations to its roster. We partner with clients from across sectors to develop strategic plans to advance health equity, plan for and conduct evaluations of health equity efforts, conduct research on needs related to social determinants of health, develop and facilitate cross sector collaboration to address health needs, facilitate learning communities across foundation grantees working on health equity, and work to help corporations with health equity strategies.

The Managing Director (MD) of US Health will help scale FSG’s social change practice and influence, particularly in US health. Specifically, the MD will 1)partner with other Managing Directors and team members at FSG to develop a vision and strategy for US health, and build the internal capacity and offerings of US Health support for clients; 2) develop new consulting business; 3) lead teams of consultants in client work; 4) build and maintain client relationships; invest in developing our talent through coaching and mentorship; advance the intellectual capital of the firm; and lead aspects of the firm’s growth and infrastructure development.
Link: https://www.fsg.org
Sr. Director, Philanthropic Relationships
The Chicago Community Trust
Reporting to and partnering with the VP of Philanthropic Services, the Sr. Director, Philanthropic Relationships is responsible for co-designing and implementing strategies to maximize fundraising potential from individual donors through donor advised funds (“DAFs”), major gifts, bequest intentions and other vehicles as necessary. The Sr. Director works in concert with the other departmental leadership to effectively measure team progress and develop diverse strategies to meet fundraising targets.

Fundraising targets include funds for the Trust’s strategic priorities, discreet campaigns, attracting DAF holders and endowment gifts. The Sr. Director supervises and continually develops the team who manage donor portfolios with the goal of cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding gifts of all kinds to various fundraising needs.

Success in this position will be to ensure best practices and quality standards are being employed on all fundraising activities, requiring the strong partnership with other departmental leadership whose team leads strategic reporting, data utilization, and provides actionable insights relative to a donor life cycle with The Chicago Community Trust (“the Trust”).


Link: https://cct.atsondemand.com/#/jobDescription/874375/
Sr. Director, Community Impact - Addressing Critical Needs Strategy (Hybrid)
The Chicago Community Trust
The Senior Director is responsible for developing and actively overseeing a diverse set of strategies and initiatives as well as building the organizational knowledge, relationships, partnerships and the team to execute on the Trust’s Addressing Critical Needs strategic program goal. This high-level position serves as the Trust’s subject matter expert in human services and is the stakeholder interface for this goal, including with donors, social impact organizations, and community residents. The Senior Director ensures internal collaboration and close communication across the Trust strategic goal teams and across critical Trust functions, including philanthropic services, learning and impact and strategic communications. The Senior Director also represents the Trust externally and frequently serves as the Trust’s point person for ongoing civic commitments that are aligned to the strategic goal.
Link: https://cct.atsondemand.com/#/jobDescription/876860/
Program Director, Press Forward Chicago
The Chicago Community Trust
Press Forward Chicago is a new grantmaking initiative intended to support the reimagination, revitalization, and rapid development of the Local News ecosystem in the United States. Administered by The Chicago Community Trust (“Trust”) and designed in partnership with local journalism donors and practitioners, the goal of this portfolio is to help catalyze a local news renaissance that will reshape the local news landscape and re-center local journalism as a force for community cohesion, civic participation, and government accountability. Press Forward aims to catalyze innovative solutions to the challenges facing local news, amplify impactful journalism practices, and address the systemic inequities in media coverage and journalistic processes to ensure residents have access to relevant, credible, and trusted information. This work is part of a broader multi-funder collaborative initiative, co-created and co-led by The Chicago Community Trust, which has as its goal to:

Foster a more equitable news ecosystem that represents and serves the diverse tapestry of our city’s population;
Scale proven strategies and innovations that address the challenges of today’s media environment; and
Revitalize the local news infrastructure, ensuring robust reporting on critical issues facing Chicago’s communities.
Seed and advance local and state public policy ideas and interventions that
provide long lasting support for local journalism.
The Program Director will lead the team on all aspects of the strategy’s grantmaking to ensure its success. They will apply their expertise of the journalism industry and specifically the local news landscape to develop and implement the grantmaking strategy. The successful candidate will have substantial experience and expertise in the journalism sector, specifically in local news, and will have a mature understanding of the challenges and opportunities facing the journalism industry.
Link: https://cct.atsondemand.com/#/jobDescription/878002/
Vice President - Impact
WK Kellogg Foundation
The Vice President of Impact oversees creative and strategic program and policy leadership, focusing on impact and achievement of the organization’s ends. As part of this role is responsible for leading policy-advocacy, Mission-Driven Investment; Knowledge and Learning functions; and the Collaboration Forum’s Centers of Impact.

Education/Experience:
Bachelor’s degree in business administration, management, or other field relevant to assigned area is required; master’s degree preferred.
Minimum of 10 years work experience or equivalent in fields relevant to assigned responsibilities.
Minimum of 5 years’ work experience or equivalent managing and leading teams.
Bilingual desirable, particularly Spanish and/or Haitian Creole.
Experience in the philanthropic sector strongly preferred.
Successful experience working as part of a multidisciplinary team and working effectively with persons from diverse cultural, social, and ethnic backgrounds.
Link: https://www.wkkf.org/employment/employment-listings/vice-president-for-impact-based-in-battle-creek-mich/
Vice President - Strategy
WK Kellogg Foundation
The Vice President of Strategy is responsible for creative and strategic program leadership, impact and ends achievement. Leadership oversight and aligning to the strategic framework resulting in positive systemic change are key responsibilities. Serves as the liaison between the foundation and our priorities places in Mexico and Haiti and leads global initiatives (Racial Equity 2030, Baoba Fund and Earth University).

Education/Experience:
Bachelor’s degree in business administration, management, or other field relevant to assigned area is required; master’s degree preferred.
Minimum of 10 years work experience or equivalent in fields relevant to assigned responsibilities.
Minimum of 5 years’ work experience or equivalent managing and leading teams.
Bilingual desirable, particularly Spanish and/or Haitian Creole.
Experience in the philanthropic sector strongly preferred.
Successful experience working as part of a multidisciplinary team and working effectively with persons from diverse cultural, social, and ethnic backgrounds.
Link: https://www.wkkf.org/employment/employment-listings/vice-president-of-strategy-based-in-battle-creek-mich/
Vice President for Transformation & Organizational Effectiveness
WK Kellogg Foundation
Responsible for business process reengineering, quality improvement and organizational performance initiatives at the foundation. Engage foundation staff organization-wide in the strategic development and ongoing management of new quality and process improvement programs and protocols. Provide leadership for change management, concierge services and grants and contracts functions. In addition, lead a programmatic team responsible for racial equity/community engagement and strong sector grantmaking.

Education/Experience:
Bachelor’s degree in business administration, management, or other field relevant to assigned responsibilities is required; master’s degree preferred.
Minimum of 10 years work experience or equivalent in fields relevant to assigned responsibilities.
Minimum of 5 years’ work experience or equivalent managing and leading teams.
Distinguished in fields related to organizational effectiveness and process improvement.
Experience with process improvement initiatives (lean/six sigma or other).
Bilingual desirable, particularly Spanish.
Experience in the philanthropic sector strongly desired.
Experience with process improvement initiatives (lean/six sigma or other).
Successful experience working as part of a multidisciplinary team and working effectively with persons from diverse cultural, social and ethnic backgrounds.
Link: https://www.wkkf.org/employment/employment-listings/vice-president-for-transformation-organizational-effectiveness-based-in-battle-creek-mich/
Senior Program Associate
Atlanta Wealth Building Initiative
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Reporting to the Vice President of Strategy and Impact, the Sr. Program Associate will lead the implementation of programs that advance AWBI’s mission and vision. The Sr. Program Associate will have the following responsibilities:

Works with the Vice President of Strategy and Impact and the Sr. Program Associate in developing and implementing AWBI’s three areas as an intermediary focused on strengthening the echo system: Entrepreneurship, Shared Ownership Models, Capacity and Infrastructure Building.

Support the implementation and launch of the Black Community Wealth Network. This includes assisting in planning and coordination of the convening.

Work with key community and nonprofit partners to create a nonprofit and technical expert support system and peer network to help businesses grow and scale;

Identify and collaborate across many leadership categories including grassroots, non-profit, governmental, and multi-cultural community leadership to build and develop strategies aligned to organization and program goals.

Engage with business owners, consultants, and nonprofit partners to support shared back office and procurement technical assistance;

Assist in data collection and synthesis/sense making of program reports

Cultivate relationships with local anchor institutions, funders, and community partners including, universities, Fortune 500 companies, community foundations, and government in the creation of a local network to consciously drive resources in support of a local and inclusive economy;

Work in support of the execution of AWBI’s thought leadership strategy, including, program planning and development, stakeholder engagement, monitoring of program outcomes, and collaboration and partnership.

Assist program team in developing annual work plans to achieve programmatic goals.
Link: https://www.atlantawealthbuilding.org/now-hiring-senior-sr-program-associate
Atlantic Coast Program Officer
Hive Fund for Climate & Gender Justice
Position Announcement
Atlantic Coast Program Officer
Reports to: Co-Director
Classification: Full-time, exempt
Location: Remote; ideally based in Georgia or North Carolina
Apply by: Friday, June 7, 2024
ABOUT THE HIVE FUND
The Hive Fund for Climate and Gender Justice is a specialized intermediary that raises
funds and makes grants to groups that are building power to accelerate an equitable
transition to cleaner, renewable energy and rein in dirty energy in the US South, where
pollution levels and clean energy opportunities are high and funding levels are low. In
partnership with nearly thirty donors, a broad array of advisors, and nine full-time staff
members, the Hive Fund provides multiyear, general support to more than 140 grantee
partners primarily in Texas, Louisiana, Georgia, and the Carolinas — states that contribute
more than 20 percent of the nation’s climate pollution.
ABOUT THE POSITION
This role is anchored in Georgia and North Carolina. These
states are home to some of the most promising opportunities for growth of renewable energy, as well as opportunities to reform some of the most polluting utilities and phase
out dirty biogas industries. Within a participatory decision-making structure, the program officer will work with co-directors, grantee partners, allied funders, and others to support an ecosystem of grantee partners working toward our shared goals.
The program officer will support grantee partners by making multi-year general operating grants; helping to craft compelling stories of collective progress and impact; and
connecting grantee partners with each other and with other donors and potential
supporters. The ideal candidate for this role is an someone with an interest in phasing out
fossil gas and dirty biogas from energy systems who gets excited about figuring out how to shift regional electricity grids, rural electric coops, and other local and regional energy systems.
Link: https://hivefund.org/s/Hive-Fund-Position-Announcement-Atlantic-Coast-Program-Officer-2024.pdf
Executive Director - The Community Investment Network
The Community Investment Network
The Community Investment Network is pleased to invite nominations and applications for their next Executive Director. In collaboration with visionary donors and thriving community philanthropic leaders, the Community Investment Network inspires, connects, and strengthens African Americans and communities of color to leverage their collective resources and create the change they wish to see.

The Community Investment Network (CIN) was established to encourage the development of “Giving Circles” and other collective giving models in communities of color across the country. Grounded in the values of community led community change, CIN’s members share learning and build collective giving through their engagement with CIN. Poised for growth after decades of shared leadership among a lean staff and committed board, CIN is embracing a new chapter starting with the hire of an Executive Director who brings experience, vision, and passion to the work.

For more information and to apply, visit https://npag.com/cin-ed
Link: https://npag.com/cin-ed
Chief Development Officer
State Voices
Please see website
Link: https://www.statevoices.org/careers/chief-development-officer/
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