The Women&#39;s Foundation California (WFC) is operating with an entirely remote workforce and all positions are remote/virtual. Incumbent must work and reside within California.
About the Women’s Foundation California
The Women’s Foundation California has a 40+ year track record working to advance gender, economic, and racial justice. Our core strategies are: investing in community organizations, training community leaders, and connecting community partners. We support movements led by cisgender and transgender women, gender-variant, genderqueer, and non-binary individuals–especially those who are formerly incarcerated, immigrants, people of color, low-income, and/or queer.
We’re a dynamic, smart, collaborative group of people who are passionate about our work and committed to making good things happen for all Californians. Our website has more about the organization and our team.
ABOUT THE POSITION
Under the general supervision of the Chief Strategist of Programs, the Program Manager works closely alongside the Program Team, key constituencies and partners to plan and execute the vision and Invest: Train: Connect strategies of the Foundation related to policy training, leadership development, and alum engagement. The Program Manager provides leadership in design and manages implementation of the Dr. Beatriz Maria Solís Policy Institute (SPI) Alum, Local, and State programs and Young Womxn’s Summer Leadership Institute (SLI), including but not limited to: program and curriculum design and implementation, project management, evaluation, and administration.
HOW TO APPLY
Click here for more information or to apply. To apply, please visit our website: https://womensfoundca.org/jobs to upload a cover letter highlighting your interest in the position and what makes you a strong candidate and your resume. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and the position will remain open until filled. However, we prefer to receive applications by September 9th. All documents need to be Microsoft Word or PDF files (PDF files are preferred).