Job Openings

Vice President of Evaluation and Grantee Capacity

Reports to:       President/Chief Executive Officer
FLSA status:    Salaried

The Vice President of Evaluation and Grantee Capacity will be responsible for leading Community Foundation efforts in becoming a learning organization, including the design and implementation of a coordinated strategy for measuring the impact of our programs, grants and initiatives to ensure that the organization deepens and broadens its influence. In collaboration with Vice President of Community Investment and Vice President of Development and Donor Services, this individual will work to develop ways to understand and evaluate current, intermediate and long-term programmatic impacts and how those impacts may contribute to sustainable change at the systemic level. Vice President of Evaluation and Grantee Capacity shall also identify and develop resources and programmatic opportunities aimed at strengthening the nonprofit sector. Identifies areas of need that can be met by Community Foundation resources in accordance with mission, strategic directions, and policies established by Board of Trustees.

Diversity, equity and inclusion are important values of the Community Foundation. We are striving for a diverse workforce, made up of staff that represents the communities we serve.

A detailed job description is located here.

To apply, send resume and cover letter to Rick Cornell, rick@muskegonfoundation.org by March 22, 2019.

Marketing and Communications Manager

The Marketing and Communications Manager is responsible for championing and guiding the Community Foundation’s brand management and constituent relations. Formulates and oversees the Community Foundation’s communications plan for all internal and external communications and perceptions, including print, digital and social media and knowledge management. Formulates and oversees the Community Foundation’s communications plan for all internal and external communications and perceptions, including print, digital and social media and knowledge management. Oversees all aspects of communications, special event and experience management, audience development, media relations, and crisis management. Promotes continuous improvement on best practices in internal and external communications and marketing. Leads activities that create an environment in which internal and external audiences will experience philanthropy.

The Marketing and Communications Manager also works closely with and guides the Frauenthal Center’s Executive in developing and executing its communication plan. Contributes to decisions that impact the ongoing reputation of the entire organization and strategic planning and implementation.

Diversity, equity and inclusion are important values of the Community Foundation. We are striving for a diverse workforce, made up of staff that represents the communities we serve.

A detailed job description is located here.

To apply, send cover letter, resume and portfolio documents including:

  • 2-3 representative examples of writing
  • Up to 2 examples of marketing campaigns developed/implemented
  • 1 example of social media management
  • 1 example of website administration

to Rick Cornell, rick@muskegonfoundation.org by March 27, 2019.

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