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NCFP Job Board

job-interview-cartoon-400wWe are pleased to provide this Family Philanthropy Job Board as a benefit to members of our Friends of the Family program, to our other family philanthropy colleagues in the field, and also to the many talented individuals seeking new employment opportunities. NCFP Friends and Funders that are interested in posting a position announcement on the Family Philanthropy Job Board, should email a .pdf of your job description and a link to ncfp@ncfp.org. Please note: by sending this job description, you are giving permission to the National Center to share this job announcement through this job board and through our Family Philanthropy Online Knowledge Center.

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NCFP Position Openings and Volunteer Opportunities

There are no job openings at NCFP at this time. If interested in being notified when a position opens up, please send your resume at hr@ncfp.org. Thank you for your interest!

NCFP Friends and Funders: Featured Position Openings

NCFP’s Friends of the Family network is composed of more than 250 family foundations and donor families who support NCFP on an annual basis and sustain our work. NCFP Friends and Funders that are interested in posting a position announcement on the Family Philanthropy Job Board, should email a .pdf of your job description and any announcement language to katherine@ncfp.org.

Finance and Operations Administrator, Hidden Leaf Foundation (Posted 12/7/18)
Reporting to the Executive Director (ED) of the Foundation, the Finance and Operations Administrator will administer (and help develop where necessary) the internal systems to effectively manage Hidden Leaf’s assets and operations. The position has significant responsibility and will conduct administrative tasks to assure the regular functioning of the organization. This position is critical to helping Hidden Leaf grow into its role as an endowed foundation and delivering on our mission.

Executive Director, Raikes Foundation (Poster 12/7/18)

The Raikes Foundation has invested nearly $115 million in grants since its founding in 2002 and the Raikes have used their name and influence to leverage impact far beyond their dollars. The Raikes’ approach, combined with the discipline to invest in programming with catalytic potential, has already led to significant contributions in areas related to youth homelessness and education, and has inspired the development of tools and technologies that will transform the work of philanthropy into the future.Now at a pivotal moment, the foundation seeks a new Executive Director who will lead the next phase of impact and increased investment for the Raikes Foundation. The Executive Director will be a trusted advisor to the trustees in the further articulation, refinement, and execution of their philanthropic vision and will bring organizational leadership to the foundation that advances that vision.   

Executive Director, Volgenau Foundation (Posted 11/19/18)
The new Executive Director (ED) of The Volgenau Foundation will have the opportunity to help lead a knowledgeable Board committed to serving society though grants in conservation, education, and music. The ED will be challenged to guide TVF’s impactful grant making, engage the next generation of the family, and foster the perpetuity of the foundation. The ED will grow his or her knowledge and expertise through significant professional development opportunities.

President, Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation (Posted 10/1/18)
The Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation is a private, family foundation composed of a diverse and committed Board and staff. The Foundation supports grassroots organizations and movements throughout the United States that are working to change environmental, social, economic and political conditions to bring about a more just, equitable and sustainable world. 

Prominent Philanthropy and Foundation Job Boards

There are many available job boards for the field of philanthropy at large. Below are several of our favorites - a great place to start for anyone looking for openings at the national level.

Change Philanthropy Job Bank

Chronicle of Philanthropy Job Search

Council on Foundations Job Search

Inside Philanthropy Nonprofit Career Center

Philanthropy News Digest Job Board

Regional Association Job Boards

NCFP is close partners with the nation's network of Regional Associations of Grantmakers, and it's parent organization the Forum of Regional Associations of Grantmakers. These regional philanthropy groups are often a great place to start when identifying openings in a particular city or region.

Arizona Grantmakers Forum

Associated Grant Makers (Massachusetts and New Hampshire)

Association of Baltimore Area Grantmakers

Colorado Association of Funders

Connecticut Council for Philanthropy

Council of Michigan Foundations

Council of New Jersey Grantmakers

Florida Philanthropic Network

Grantmakers of Oregon and Southwest Washington

Grantmakers of Western Pennsylvania

Indiana Philanthropy Alliance

Iowa Council of Foundations Philanthropy Career Center

Maine Philanthropy Center

Minnesota Council on Foundations

North Carolina Network of Grantmakers

Northern California Grantmakers

NY Funders Alliance

Philanthropy Ohio

Philanthropy Network Greater Philadelphia

Philanthropy New York

Philanthropy Northwest

Philanthropy Southwest

Southeastern Council of Foundations

Southern California Grantmakers

Wisconsin Philanthropy Network