Grand Rapids Community Foundation
For over 100 years, Grand Rapids Community Foundation has been a trusted steward of charitable assets, a community catalyst for meaningful change and the advocate for shaping vital impact through philanthropy in Greater Grand Rapids, located in Western Michigan. The Community Foundation works to foster a thriving community exemplified by opportunities for all. To achieve this outcome, the organization connects people, passion and resources. With their partners, the Community Foundation uses the tools of philanthropy to find solutions to pressing issues. The Community Foundation provides grants to support the work of nonprofits, scholarships to local students and other forms of support to communities working to eliminate barriers to opportunity, prosperity and belonging. Today, Grand Rapids Community Foundation is an organization infused by the spirit and passion of countless partners working together to realize our North Star. Our North Star is the direction of our current and future work as we look to overcome the racial, social and economic inequities that persist today and act as barriers to opportunity, prosperity and belonging. With this clarity of direction, Community Foundation staff and partners have found inspiration to boldly answer the call to be a philanthropic leader ready and willing to meet the challenges of today.
The salary range for this position annually is between $235,000 and $265,000 and will be commensurable with experience. The comprehensive benefits package includes health, dental, vision, group life insurance, a 403(B) plan, long and short term disability and EAP benefits program. The Community Foundation observes nine paid holidays and two floating holidays each year and offers Paid Time Off as well as Sick Leave.
Grand Rapids Community Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, gender, sex, ancestry, citizenship status, mental or physical disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, veteran status, or military status.