GHR Foundation is a hope-fueled global funder of service to people and their limitless potential for good. In collaboration with partners and communities around the world, we re-imagine what’s possible when accelerating progress on issues related to Children in Families, Education, Racial Equity, Alzheimer’s Disease, Prepare the Future, and more.
When pursuing GHR’s purpose we are guided by bold values, a flexible strategy, and courageous governance. In this way, the Foundation’s impact goes beyond traditional grant-making to inspire transformational leadership within philanthropy and across the social sector. Internally, we nurture an intentional organizational culture that’s open-hearted, creative, resilient, and centers racial consciousness in our relationships and collaboration.
ABOUT THE POSITION
The program associate provides high-quality grants management, program administration and learning practice contributing to the efficiency and effectiveness of the program department in achieving its impact goals. Program associates are part of a core grants management and learning team and deployed to specific initiatives and projects, both programmatic and operational. The program associate manages multiple projects and deadlines across different teams exhibiting critical thinking, effective communication, sound judgment, and seamless planning and execution. The associate's work is primarily internal with occasional interaction with grantees and partners.
This position will join the Education Team serving K12 Catholic Schools and Higher Education specifically and contribute to other cross-cutting projects. The Education program area has a focus on Twin Cities Catholic K-12 schools who serve children of color and three legacy Catholic higher education institutions. Our goals are to close achievement and opportunity gaps through Catholic education. This individual has a growth mindset, works to advance racial equity, employs an entrepreneurial approach, and is committed to GHR’s mission and values.
$62,000 - $85,000
HOW TO APPLY
Click here to learn more about the position. To Apply: Submit a cover letter and resume to [email protected] Please reference job #EPIP324 in your letter. Application review will begin April 15, 2021.