Provide coordination and leadership support to grant making activities, including the processing, and tracking of grants made by the organization; obtaining, maintaining, and analysis of reports; and working both internally with programming areas and other teams as well as externally with grantees and vendors to provide excellent customer service with an overall focus on supporting grant work and partnerships efficiently and effectively.
- Bachelor’s degree in a field relevant to assigned area is required; master’s degree is preferred.
- Minimum three years’ related work experience in field relevant to assigned responsibilities required.
- Foundation or nonprofit experience preferred.
- Strong attention to detail and affinity for operational processes.
- Ability to work effectively with persons from diverse cultural, social, and ethnic backgrounds.
- Experience working with issues and communities relevant to the programmatic priorities of the foundation.
- English proficiency is required, bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred. Proficiency in one or more of the Indigenous languages spoken in New Mexico desired.
How to Apply
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Review of applicant materials will begin immediately and continue until finalist candidates have been identified.
APPLICATIONS/NOMINATIONS PROCESS: The foundation is partnering with an executive search firm to fill this position. Please submit all nominations, inquiries and/or application materials, including a letter of application, resume and a list of references in confidence to the link below (once available on the Vine):
Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group
The W.K. Kellogg Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.