Community Leadership & Equitable Initiatives Associate - Central Indiana Community Foundation
- 25-Apr-2022 to 24-May-2022
- - Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF)
- Indianapolis, IN, USA
- Full Time
Lead us in building and maintaining a strong, equitable and supportive culture for our team of changemakers at The Indianapolis Foundation.
We are Central Indiana Community Foundation, The Indianapolis Foundation, Hamilton County Community Foundation and Women's Fund of Central Indiana–a $1 billion collective of philanthropic organizations committed to making Central Indiana a community where all individuals have equitable opportunity to reach their full potential – no matter place, race or identity.
What We Do: For more than 100 years, we have helped people invest in the causes that matter most to them; awarded grants to effective not-for-profit organizations; and provided leadership to make Central Indiana a better, more beautiful, more equitable community. We believe in anti-racism, authentic relationships, inclusivity, leadership, effectiveness and sustainability.
What We're Looking For: We are looking for an associate to support in managing and providing administrative assistance to community leadership and equitable initiatives at The Indianapolis Foundation.
The community leadership and equitable initiatives associate is tasked with managing office operations and providing administrative assistance to the department. This is a position of importance due to the incumbent's access to confidential information and plans related to the operation of the Foundation. Incumbent must possess highly developed organization and project management skills as well as high standards of ethics and confidentiality.
- Manages, monitors, and maintains the calendar of the Vice President for Community Leadership & Equitable Initiatives, including internal/external meeting scheduling and coordinating meeting logistics including location, caterers, etc., and meeting materials.
- Manages daily office operations. This position coordinates incoming communications using sound judgment to prioritize, channel, and address issues/requests as appropriate. Takes appropriate action to assure that important and pertinent information is properly disseminated to staff, stakeholders, and/or the community.
- Coordinates and manages all special events for the department, for example but not limited to racial equity trainings for community members. Prepares invitations, meeting notices, agendas, materials related to special events and follow up material.
- Assists the department with processing check requests for payment of invoices, sponsorships, credit card receipts, expense reports and ordering of event tickets.
- Works with the Grants Coordinator to generate and coordinate timelines and schedules. Sends calendar invitations to Community Leadership Officers to ensure dates are on their calendar.
What You Get:
- $45,000 salary plus generous benefits, including:
- Employer-provided health, dental, vision – Valued up to $16,700 annually
- 1 percent 403b retirement match on employee contribution plus additional 7 percent employer discretionary 403b contribution
- Potential for an annual bonus, based on organizational and individual performance
- 10.5 paid holidays, including MLK Day and Juneteenth
- 10 personal days annually
- Up to 15 vacation days annually
- Flexible, hybrid work arrangement - Work from home on Mondays and Fridays
- Homebase–Newly renovated office space conveniently located downtown, just steps from Mass Ave., plus additional space in HCCF's new coworking space in Fishers, just off I-69 and 116th St.
- An opportunity to do meaningful, results-driven work with a passionate, diverse team, supporting organizations that are committed to building and maintaining a strong, equitable and supportive culture for our team of changemakers.
- Willingness to build knowledge about opportunity, equity and inclusion issues, and how they intersect with race; and advance these core values through your work.
- Possess a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail. Excellent organizational and workload prioritizing skills.
- Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and meet designated deadlines.
- Ability to effectively interact and communicate with others with dignity and respect.
- Ability to work collaboratively as part of a team and independently with little supervision.
- Proficiency with basic office equipment and extensive knowledge of MS Office products is required. Experience working on the Internet, ZOOM and with integrated database software is also preferred.
- Must be fully vaccinated as defined by CDC guidelines.
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