Program Manager

NCFP is a network of philanthropic families committed to a world that is vibrant, equitable, and resilient. We share proven practices, work through common challenges, and learn together to strengthen our ability to effect meaningful change. As we navigate individual journeys of reflection and transformation, we see the results of intentional, impactful giving. We promote open inquiry and ongoing reflection to advance the practice of family philanthropy, and we value the partnerships and mutual respect that make it possible for families to discover their purpose and possibilities.

NCFP offers a range of programs and services to foster learning for philanthropic families. We understand family philanthropy has many points of inflection—moments to embrace proven practices and advance momentum or to stall out due to uncertainty and lack of clarity.  All of our programs are rooted in a Family Giving Lifecycle that provides easy onramps for families to connect with us—to begin planning, learning, and accessing custom support and resources.

Our decades of experience working with philanthropic families uniquely position us as a reliable partner who meets families where they are and provides the support and services they need to move forward with long-term planning and day-to-day decision making with confidence.

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The National Center for Family Philanthropy (NCFP) welcomes applications for a Program Manager. NCFP works in collaboration with visionary philanthropic families to unlock their potential to create meaningful and enduring change. The Program Manager is part of the NCFP Program Team and works closely with other team members, under the direction of the Senior Director of Programs, to develop and execute programs and events for the NCFP community that advance the field of family philanthropy and give families the skills, knowledge, and community to be more effective philanthropists. The Program Manager has primary responsibility for NCFP’s monthly webinar series, helps to execute other NCFP signature events, and provides support for other program-related functions such as content development for presentations, research for various internal projects, and connecting community members to resources, programs, and peers. The ideal candidate will have experience managing projects and/or programs, familiarity with nonprofit programming, and an interest in family philanthropy. They enjoy juggling multiple projects at different stages of development and working in a collaborative team structure.

The salary for this position is $80,000 – 85,000 plus benefits, which include flexible PTO, 12 holidays, 1-week July office closure, 1-week December office closure, new parent leave, 100% employee premium paid for medical/dental/vision insurance and generous premium subsidies (medical insurance has $0 individual and family deductibles), 5% retirement contribution, short and long-term disability, life insurance, and professional development. The final salary will be determined at the time of offer and will be based on depth of and applicability of experience. This is a Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) status exempt position. If based in Washington, D.C., staff are working in a hybrid environment, with an average of two days per week in the office.


$80,000 - $85,000 annually


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  • Kevin Perez
    published this page in Job Board 2023-02-10 17:41:16 -0500