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Director of Philanthropy
Community Foundation of Johnson County
Full-time | Coralville, IA
The mission of the Community Foundation of Johnson County (CFJC) is to connect communities who care with causes that matter to support sustainable change. This position plays a key role in fulfilling this mission in Johnson County by raising new funds, supporting donors and fundholders, strengthening connections to the communities we serve, and advancing key organizational strategies and priorities. The Director of Philanthropy plays a lead role in raising funds and enabling the CFJC to increase the number of donors who hold funds within the organization to support the causes they value most. The leader in this newly created role will help the CFJC to strengthen the community’s nonprofit sector, multiply the impact of grassroots generosity, and address the region’s most pressing needs.
Salary range: $55,000 – 65,000
Deadline to apply: June 4, 2023
Community Foundation for Western Iowa
Part-time | Council Bluffs, IA
As part of a dynamic and high-performing team, the Operations Assistant is responsible for essential administrative duties, as well as assist with the Community Foundation’s annual grant programs. The Operations Assistant serves as the key point of contact between the Community Foundation and all committees. The Operations Assistant will perform diverse, complex and non-supervised administrative functions that require a high level of professionalism and confidentiality.
Salary range: $18 per hour
Deadline to apply: June 16, 2023 (extended)