Reporting to the Director of Grants and Community Engagement, this position plays a lead role in the Foundation’s student award programs, and in particular ensures stringent management of all student award programs, responds to all student inquiries, and acts as the primary liaison with all student award selection committees.
This is a term position and is expected to last 12-15 months.
- Have experience in some or all of the following:
- Successfully managing overlapping administrative tasks
- Accurately and effectively using databases and other software
- Working well with all kinds of people, including students, staff at partner schools, and donors
- Working with volunteers (volunteer management experience preferred)
- Post-secondary environments and systems
- Are intensely organized and attentive to detail
- Have strong oral and written communication skills in English
- Work well within a close-knit team
- Are flexible and willing to accommodate change
- Are equally comfortable taking direction and leading a project
- Have a passion for Edmonton and want to help build a stronger, more vibrant community
Edmonton Community Foundation:
- Is trusted by donors as the first choice to create endowments
- Is recognized by charities as a strategic and collaborative funder
- Is acknowledged by community leaders as the best place for innovative and prudent investments.
Closing Date: December 5, 2018
Anticipated Start Date: February 4, 2019
Anticipated salary: $47,000 to $57,000, commensurate with experience
Edmonton Community Foundation is committed to considering diverse applicants including people who are Indigenous, of colour, LGBTQ2S+, and/or with disabilities. We encourage people from within these communities to apply.
Questions and applications should be directed to:
Director of Grants and Community Engagement
780-426-0015, ext. 111
Applications should be submitted by e-mail only, please.