Community Leadership Officer - Economic Mobility - Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF)
- 12-Apr-2021 to 11-May-2021
- - Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF)
- Indianapolis, IN, USA
- Full Time
Do you believe every individual in our community should have equitable opportunity to reach their full potential, no matter place, race or identity? If so, then welcome to Central Indiana Community Foundation. This professional will manage a grants portfolio, including workforce development and economic mobility and other issue areas, serving as a liaison between not-for- profits, the community, and CICF's respective boards, advising on grantmaking processes and community issues and providing guidance to organizations applying for grants. This person will also work closely with donor engagement officers to provide support, identify alignment, and produce co-investment opportunities for fundholders.
This position requires strong knowledge of practices to increase economic mobility, including workforce development, addressing opportunity youth and growing Black and Brown entrepreneurism. Excellent organizational, analytical and evaluation skills as well as outstanding project management skills are also required.
The ideal candidate would be defined as: ambitious, entrepreneurial, innovative, authentic, optimistic, courageous, encouraging, self-assured, personable, collaborative and passionate about racial equity.
Like all members of Foundation staff, this professional must be committed to working through the lens of our mission, learning how systemic racism and other biases marginalize Central Indiana residents and actively working to dismantle unfair systems both internally and in the community.
Every staff member believes it is an honor and a privilege to serve the Central Indiana community as temporary stewards of our community's charitable assets. Candidates should have values, interests and a work style that are compatible with this philosophy.
Minimum of three years experience in the not-for-profit or public sector is required. Experience in grantmaking, project management, and task group management and knowledge of the Marion County not-for-profit landscape is preferred.
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