Now Hiring for Director of Community Philanthropy

The Community Foundation of NCW is now hiring for a Director of Community Philanthropy. This leadership position will oversee our competitive grant programs, along with the Nonprofit Practices Institute, and other philanthropic activities.

The position is 32 hours per week and requires some travel primarily within Chelan, Douglas, and Okanogan county and at times outside of NCW or the state.

The Foundation is seeking someone who is passionate about the nonprofit sector with the skills to manage a large grant program, build relationships, and develop capacity building programs. The DCP works closely with the Board of Trustees and community volunteers to thoughtfully evaluate requests and determine funding awards.

The DCP will also understand the capacity building needs of nonprofits and develop programs to connect them to resources, training, and opportunities that help organizations meet their missions.

The DCP is highly organized, self motivated, and a strong collaborator with coworkers, nonprofits, and community leaders.

Submission deadline is June 23, 2017.

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