The program & government relations associate contributes to the overall activities of both the government relations and programming teams. Under the supervision of the manager, public policy & government relations, the program & government relations associate position supports the government relations and program teams by assisting with the implementation of high-quality programs for a diverse membership around the regions served by SCG, and provides administrative support to the manager, public policy & government relations.
- resource provided by the Forum Network Knowledgebase.
Search Tip: Search with " " to find exact matches.
The position of Program & External Relations Assistant reports to the Executive Director and, as needed, collaborates with the Operations Assistant. The ideal candidate for this entry-level position should be gracious, self-motivated, detail-oriented and technologically proficient with interest in developing a career in the philanthropic, nonprofit, public or social benefit sector.
Provides administrative support for the Program Department of Liberty Hill, with a specific focus on the training and capacity building work of the Foundation. Coordinates workshop logistics and prepares materials. Conducts research and prepares reports, correspondence and other related documents. Maintains records of training participation and outreach.
For the full position description and to apply, please click on the link below.
March 8, 2016
Social Venture Partners
Skirball Cultural Center
Los Angeles, CA
February 18, 2016
Building Leaders and Cultivating Change, Southern California Blacks in Philanthropy
Los Angeles, CA
The Western Region Global Philanthropy team, which oversees the eight-state region of California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Nevada, Arizona, Utah and Colorado, is seeking to fill the role of a Senior Program Associate (SPA). The SPA will directly support the Southern California, Arizona, Nevada and Colorado markets and will report to the Western Region Executive.
February 10, 2016
Corporation for Enterprise Development
Los Angeles, CA
Manages internal communications, logistics, consultants, finances, administrative functions, and member organizations, and the leadership institute for the BSS coalition. Develops research, writing, communications and coordination activities for BSS. Manages funding proposals, report development, public presentations, and works with Liberty Hill staff to support communications and development efforts related to BSS.
For the full position description and how to apply, please see the link below.
The Network and Application Systems Director will provide a high level of support for all users of California Community Foundation’s (CCF) core networking equipment and services and business applications - to ensure data integrity, productivity and efficiency. Works with users and other stake holders to understand ongoing business processes and organizational requirements. Also works with other IT staff to identify and evaluate products, technologies and services available in the marketplace that will best serve CCF’s needs.
Under the direction of the vice president, operations & government relations, the manager, public policy & government relations will be responsible for developing, organizing and implementing efforts to create a well-connected network of grantmakers and public officials in order to strengthen communities and advance the philanthropic goals of Southern California Grantmakers member organizations. We expect the manager will focus initially on public policy issues relating to veterans, child welfare, environment, homelessness, criminal justice and other topics that emerge.
The Executive Assistant works to provide administrative and project management support to the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the California Community Foundation (CCF) and serves as liaison between the foundation’s Leadership Team. Responsibilities include project and process tracking and management, creation of presentations and reports and administrative support of the COO.
For the full position description and to apply, please see the attachment and website link below.
SVP International is seeking a new CEO to lead the next phase of growth and innovation in the organization. The new CEO will be responsible for elevating the health, connectivity, and impact of the SVP network while broadening SVP’s influence in the wider field of philanthropy. Among other qualities, the ideal candidate will possess:
SVP is seeking candidates for an Encore Fellowship opportunity with Raise A Child (www.raiseachild.us). RaiseAChild.US seeks a Fellow with significant management and leadership experience with early-stage organizations to be a thought partner on organizational strategy, business development, and structure that will position RaiseAChild.US for growth and success over the next 3-5 years. The organization provides support and services to all prospective parents interested in building families through fostering and adoption.
SVP is seeking candidates for an Encore Fellowship opportunity with P.S. Arts (www.psarts.org). The Fellow will play a critical role in partnering with the P.S. ARTS senior leadership team to increase administrative capacity toward an overall goal of service program expansion.
Provides support to the Vice President, Grant Programs and the Grant Programs Manager by carrying out various administrative activities and special projects. This position reports to the Grant Programs Manager who will manage the flow of work and performance.