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The Stupski Foundation - an innovative San Francisco-based family foundation - is hiring a Director of Postsecondary Success, Director of Food Security, and a Grants Manager to join their team in the early stages of the Foundation’s spenddown. Read on for more information about the Foundation and positions and apply by November 9, 2018.
To apply, send a cover letter, resume and list of three references (candidates will be notified in advance of any outreach to your references) to email@example.com on or before 5:00 p.m. on Friday, November 9, 2018.
The Stupski Foundation is spending down all its assets by 2029 to make the greatest possible change in San Francisco and Alameda Counties today. To address some of the Bay Area’s biggest challenges and ensure that people in every neighborhood, of every background, at every age, can live with dignity and seize opportunities in our region, the Foundation’s issue areas include Postsecondary Success, Food Security, Serious Illness Care, and Healthy Brain Development. The Foundation follows an agile evidence-based approach. Between 2016 and 2017, it focused on what were the largest problems to address in each issue area. In 2018, its focus is on how best to solve for those challenges. 2019 onwards, the Foundation will determine what the most effective strategies are and which organizations carry out the strategies most successfully.
While working expeditiously to create impact, the Foundation’s team maintains a collaborative and humorous culture of empowerment and continuous learning. The Foundation seeks candidates who can contribute to that culture and demonstrate commitment to a diverse, equitable and inclusive environment for employees, partners and grantees.
The Directors of Postsecondary Success and Food Security will work collectively across the Foundation's programs with the Vice President to implement the Foundation's recently approved initial strategies, identify key partners, and delve into critical local systems. Each Director will be instrumental in operationalizing the Foundation’s ambitious grantmaking strategies over the next ten years and will help to further refine its approach for innovative, nontraditional approaches to giving.
The Grants Manager will work in partnership with the Chief Financial Officer to coordinate and manage the Foundation’s grantmaking. This role represents a unique opportunity to further the goals and values of the Foundation across all of the Foundation’s programs.
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