The Fidelity Foundations are a group of private foundations that fund a diverse set of programs on a national scale. In addition, the Foundations fund non-profit organizations that strengthen the communities in which Fidelity Investments employees live and work. Our values of integrity, compassion, responsibility, and expertise guide our investments in education, arts and culture, health, conservation, and economic opportunity.
Today, the Foundations are at an important and exciting stage in our organizational history having grown and evolved in recent years under new leadership. As our strategies and organization continue to develop, we are seeking individuals with skills and expertise that support the advancement and execution of a long-term portfolio of philanthropic investments.
As a capacity-building funder, the Foundations seek to make catalytic, impactful, and lasting investments in non-profits at strategic inflection points and support projects that substantially enhance their impact and sustainability. Many projects involve planning and resource allocation, technology, and project design. Grantmaking is executed through quiet giving, and most grants are awarded anonymously.
Learn more about one of our Foundations at: www.fidelityfoundation.org.
The Fidelity Foundations are committed to creating an equitable and inclusive professional environment. We encourage applications from candidates with a diversity of backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives.
Important COVID-19 Information
The Fidelity Foundations are committed to safeguarding the health and well-being of our employees, grantees, and candidates. We are currently working 100% remotely and actively monitoring the situation related to the COVID-19 pandemic. To ensure your safety as a job candidate, we will be relying on virtual interviewing and other digital communications. We are committed to providing the support you need throughout the hiring and onboarding process. We appreciate your understanding and flexibility during this time.
ABOUT THE POSITION
The Executive Assistant is a member of the operations team, provisioning administrative support to program staff to advance grantmaking, project execution, and internal communications. The position reports to the VP of Operations, matrix-reports to members of the program team, and intersects with all staff members at the Foundations. Primarily focused on supporting program staff members across portfolios, duties include managing individual and team-based calendars, data entry, and project management in support of grant execution, and assisting on special projects and general operations.
HOW TO APPLY
Click here for more information or to apply. Applications due 4/22.