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As more people wake up to the power and potential of grassroots organizing led by women of color and TGNC (transgender and gender non-conforming) people of color, our foundation finds itself in a moment of growth! We’re looking for talented, experienced individuals eager to join a collaborative team that’s working to organize resources to back up the brilliant leadership of our grantee partners. 

We know it’s important that our staff have deep connections and experience with the diversity of people, organizations, and movements our work supports. As such, we especially seek applications from people of color, women, and LGBTQ people.

Learn more about Groundswell Fund and our available roles below.

Director of Grantmaking

Location: Remote, within the U.S. | Hours: Exempt, Full-time (40 hours/week) | Regular Salary: $110,000 annually or commensurate with experience.

We’re currently inviting applications for a Director of Grantmaking to oversee GSF’s grantmaking through its four grantmaking portfolios and capacity-building programs. The Director of Grantmaking will manage a team currently compromised of two Program Officers, a Program Assistant and a Program Fellow to move approximately $6 million dollars in grants to the reproductive and social justice sectors in a timely, efficient, and accurate way. 

Applications received by February 24, 2020 will be given preference but applications will be accepted until the position has been filled.

Director of Capacity Building

Location: Remote, within the U.S. | Hours: Exempt, Full-time (40 hours/week) | Regular Salary: $110,000 annually or commensurate with experience.

We’re currently inviting applications for a Director of Capacity Building to lead the capacity-building department, which supports grassroots organizations to build grassroots power and improve conditions for their communities. The department resources two cohorts of grantees focused on deepening their voter engagement capacity (the Integrated Voter Engagement program) and sharpening their grassroots organizing skills (the Grassroots Organizing Institute).

Applications received by February 15, 2020 will be given preference but applications will be accepted until the position has been. filled.

Chief Development Officer

Location: Remote, within the U.S. | Hours: Exempt, Full-time (40 hours/week) | Regular Salary: $150,000-$175,000 annually, commensurate with qualifications and experience.

The Chief Development Officer will be instrumental in the organization’s continued growth and opportunity for impact. As a member of the Guidance Team (Groundswell’s executive leadership), the Chief Development Director will be responsible for leading the Funder Organizing team and working closely with leadership and key external-facing staff to raise an annual budget of approximately $16M across Groundswell’s c3 and c4, with a plan to increase to $25M by 2025.

Accepting applications until the position has been filled.