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Community Foundation Services Coordinator
Iowa Council of Foundations
Part-time Contract | Iowa-Remote
This contractor will solely support the Iowa Community Foundations Initiative in partnership with the Iowa Council of Foundations staff and Board of Directors. Learn more about the Iowa Community Foundations Initiative here. The contractor will support program development, event management and logistics, communications, membership services, writing, editing and other duties as assigned.
Salary range: $20 – $30 per hour up to 20 hours per week
Deadline to apply: 5 pm on September 24, 2021
Grantmaking Specialist II
Quad Cities Community Foundation
Full-time | Quad Cities, Iowa/Illinois
The Quad Cities Community Foundation is the place where generous people in the Quad Cities (and beyond!) make gifts to support the community, specific organizations and causes most important to them. Quad Cities Community Foundation is an independent, public charity with a team of Quad Citizens committed to listening to donors’ charitable goals, and then working alongside them to help them best meet their hopes and dreams. The Grantmaking Specialist II will manage the competitive and non-competitive grant programs in our primary service area, organization and designated grants, designated scholarships, and grant programs of certain foundation clients. This includes receiving recommendations for, reviewing and evaluating, recording and issuing all grants and scholarships in a way that serves the community, fulfills donor intent and follows regulations and standards. This position will provide a high level of excellence in data management, written and verbal communications and customer service.
Salary range: $43,000-53,000
Deadline to apply: September 24, 2021