Mott Philanthropic seeks a full-time Program Coordinator to join an advisory firm that works with individuals and family foundations to develop effective philanthropic strategies. The program coordinator will join a small team of professionals who are responsible for working with Mott’s clients to inform their strategies and implement and oversee their grant making. Families and foundations working with Mott Philanthropic have a breadth of grant making interests, including early education, healthcare, arts, climate justice, reproductive justice, civic engagement and fiscal policy.
The Program Coordinator will contribute to a small team of program staff by scheduling meetings and conference calls, coordinating and managing meetings and events, coordinating the production of meeting documents and other materials (including basic copy editing), creating and maintaining electronic records, and updating websites. The Program Coordinator will also provide support to the Director of Programs by managing their schedule and travel, prioritizing and handling correspondence, and arranging board of directors meetings.
Applicants should be detailed-oriented and able to juggle multiple tasks in a fast-paced office environment. Prior experience in a foundation environment is not required, although prior experience working in a nonprofit organization is desired.
Reporting to the Director of Programs, this position is based in downtown Boston. Mott Philanthropic currently maintains a hybrid work environment. The position requires a three-day-per-week in-office schedule to assist with office management.
The primary duties and responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to, the following areas:
Mott Philanthropic covers 90 percent of employees’ health and dental benefits. Employees receive paid holiday, sick, and vacation time.
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Mott Philanthropic is an equal opportunity employer and encourages individuals from all backgrounds to apply.