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Program Officer (Part Time)
The primary responsibility of the Program Officer of Strowd Roses, Inc. is to work with the Board of Directors to manage the grantmaking efforts of the foundation. Additionally, the program officer is the liaison for the maintenance and use of the Gene Strowd Community Rose Garden and serves as the liaison with community nonprofits seeking funding and the general public.
Grant Administration: Work with the board of directors to develop an agenda for its two annual grantmaking meetings, one meeting with the Public School Foundation, and one business meeting. Serve as the point-of-contact for grant applicants including: conducting due diligence of organizations, initial grant review, and follow-up correspondence.
Rose Garden Management: Serve as point of contact with the Town of Chapel Hill and contract workers who care for the roses and fountain. Make weekly visits to the garden to ensure meets standards of care.
Bookkeeping: Manage day-to-day operations and financial aspects of the foundation including creating an annual budget, producing an annual report, making timely tax filings and payments, paying bills, and maintaining the organization’s financial and historical records.
Communications and Community Liaison: Communicate regularly and effectively, orally and in written form, to board members and community stakeholders. Market and promote the Rose Garden and the foundation’s grantmaking through local channels. Represent Strowd Roses at public events and meetings of grantee organizations, local philanthropic and other community groups. Provide content management of the website.
Desired qualifications: The successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university with experience in board relations and financial management. The candidate should be a detail-oriented self-starter with excellent written, verbal and interpersonal skills. Proficiency in using WordPress, Google documents and Dropbox is a plus. Preference will be given to candidates with past experience with or knowledge of the Chapel Hill-Carrboro community, especially the community’s nonprofit organizations.
Salary and benefits: The position is part-time, averaging 15-20 hours per week. Salary range is $20,000 - $25,000, with no healthcare or retirement benefits, but support for professional development provided. The program officer will work remotely and will report directly to the Board President.
TO APPLY: Please forward your resume along with a letter of interest highlighting your qualifications related to this position. Include contact information for three references familiar with your skills. Please direct all correspondence to firstname.lastname@example.org by January 21, 2019.
Chapel Hill, NC
The position is part-time, averaging 15-20 hours per week. Salary range is $20,000 - $25,000, with no healthcare or retirement benefits, but support for professional development provided. The program officer will work remotely and will report directly to the Board President.