Jobs

Join our mission-driven, growing philanthropic organization!

We are always looking for dynamic folks to join our team. If you’d like to learn more, please contact office@parkcitycf.org.

At this time, we are taking applications for the Vice President of Finance, Grants & Impact Coordinator, and Development Manager positions. See the job descriptions below.


Development Manager  

Compensation: $50,000 – $55,000 based on experience. The Park City Community Foundation is proud to offer a comprehensive benefits program to all employees as part of our total compensation package.

The Community Foundation provides a wide range of benefits to its employees, including:
Self-Managed Paid Time Off, Paid Family Medical Leave, Flextime, 401k – Eligibility immediately upon hire; eligible for 3% match after one year, and 100% coverage of silver-level health benefits plan with a generous contribution to an HSA. 

Reports to: Corporate Partnerships & Development Director 

The Community Foundation brings together local nonprofits, caring donors, and community leaders to contribute financial resources and innovative ideas to benefit all the people of Park City—now and in the future.  Park City Community Foundation plays a vital role in solving our community’s most challenging problems, and we are looking for a Development Manager to join our mission-driven, growing organization. 

The Development Manager is a new position. This person will join our team of fundraising professionals to support the mission of Park City Community Foundation by connecting caring donors to our impactful work throughout the community. We are excited to welcome a team member who enjoys fundraising and working in a collaborative and team-based culture. 

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: 

Individual Giving 

  • Manage a portfolio of individual donors to support the annual fundraising revenue goals by focusing on unrestricted and restricted annual giving. 
  • Secure annual gifts by engaging in direct donor cultivation and annual giving campaign design specifically focused on: 
  • Community Fund  
  • Engage donors making annual gifts of $2,500 to directly support our unrestricted Community Fund.  
  • Develop and implement communication strategies and design campaigns to support donor engagement and retention. 
  • Live PC Give PC 
  • Support our annual community day of giving by focusing on the Community Foundation’s fundraising goal. 
  • Create donor outreach and activate volunteers in support of a successful giving day 
  • Women’s Giving Fund  
  • Primary liaison for Women’s Giving Fund. Steward and engage new members, honorary members, and Wonder Women in our Women’s Giving Fund, a powerful endowment that catalyzes grant-making throughout our community. 
  • Lead quarterly Women’s Giving Fund engagement events with the help of volunteers.  
  • Cultivation: secure new and increased philanthropic support through thoughtful solicitations and donor engagements. 
  • Stewardship: Connect donors and prospects to our organization’s impact and events through in-person donor meetings, email, events, and phone/video calls.  
  • Support the Fundraising team’s ongoing stewardship by attending and staffing events. 

Approximately 60% of time 

Donor Stewardship and Gift Acknowledgment: 

  • Lead donor acknowledgment process to include writing and assigning weekly thank you cards and donor calls.  
  • Work with Development and Database Director to ensure proper gift recognition, acknowledgment, and tracking. 

Approximately 20% of time 

Volunteer Management: 

  • Join the Philanthropy team in staffing the standing Board Development committee and ongoing communications with philanthropy volunteers. 
  • Support the creation and tracking of Board portfolios and Board volunteer donor assignments for our quarterly board meetings. 
  • Live PC Give PC volunteer management. 
  • Secure and manage volunteers to support the Community Foundation giving goals on our annual day of giving. 

Approximately 10% of time 

Grants Management 

  • Maintain grant tracking document support annual grants management process. 
  • Add applications and reports to Foundant and SharePoint as needed.  
  • Assist Corporate Partnerships & Development Director in researching and assigning grant applications. 
  • Write and report for grants as needed. 

Approximately 10% of time 

 

Preferred Qualifications 

  • Previous fundraising and development experience. 
  • Experience in crafting organizational communications and outreach. 
  • Enjoys donor engagement, communications along with back-office support and work that requires attention to detail and timeliness. 
  • Ability to navigate donor database and donor management systems. 
  • Ability to accomplish projects independently. 
  • Desire to work in a collaborative team environment. 
  • Clear and professional communicator. 
  • Proficient in Microsoft Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook). 

Park City Community Foundation is an equal opportunity employer committed to building a team that represents a diversity of thought, experience, and personal background. We believe in the advancement of equity, diversity, and inclusion and toward making Park City a place where all people can fully realize their aspirations. Research shows that members of marginalized groups – including women, LGBTQIA+ identified people, Black, Indigenous, and other people of color (BIPOC) – tend to apply to jobs only if they meet every single requirement listed. Here at Park City Community Foundation, we want the best candidates for the job, and those candidates don’t always meet 100% of the qualifications listed. If you are passionate about this work and our community, we encourage you to apply – especially if you’re a member of a structurally marginalized group. We look forward to your application. 

* All Park City Community Foundation employees are required to be vaccinated against COVID-19. 

To apply, please submit your resume, a cover letter, and participate in a video application designed to help us get to know you better at: https://parkcitycf.hirevue.com/signup/368yCMJzWLtzKiXYv75s8U/ 

The digital interview is casual, takes about 20 minutes, and asks for a few written responses and video responses. If you have any technical or accessibility issues, please let us know and we can make a computer available to you. If you need assistance, please reach out to alexis@parkcitycf.org 


Vice President of Finance

Work Schedule: Full time with occasional weekends and evenings.

Compensation: $90,000 – $110,000 based on experience. We offer excellent benefits including health, dental, 401K match, paid time off, and flexible work culture.

Reports to: CEO

Board Committee Responsibilities: Audit; Investment and Finance

The Community Foundation brings together local nonprofits, caring donors, and community leaders to contribute financial resources and innovative ideas to benefit all the people of Park City—now and in the future.  Park City Community Foundation plays a vital role in solving our community’s most challenging problems and we are looking for a Vice President of Finance to join our mission-driven, growing organization.

The Vice President of Finance is a new position, and they will serve as the business partner to the CEO, staff and board, providing insight on a broad range of financial and operational matters, within the context of our community foundation structure. This is a hands-on and participative role, leading a small team (consisting of a part-time Finance Director and full-time Operations Manager) to deliver financial and operating systems and services to safeguard assets and ensure staff can successfully deliver programs and services in alignment with our strategic plan and annual action plans.

Beyond finance and accounting, the Vice President of Finance oversees fund management for all funds including Donor Advised and program funds, investment support, operations and technology, and human resources. The VP of Finance is also responsible for the financial management of our fiscal sponsorships.

The VP of Finance serves as the Foundation’s primary liaison for bank relations, audit/tax services, investment custodian, Council on Foundations’ legal counsel, and shares responsibility for fundholder relations.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:

Financial Management and Reporting

  • Maintain current knowledge of legal and tax issues affecting community foundations, our donors, and implications for grantmaking and strategic initiatives.
  • Serve as a thought partner to the CEO and VP of Philanthropy and provide projections on outcomes, mission impact, and ROI when new opportunities present – support leadership in evaluating fiscal strategy for donors and various gifting or revenue-generating avenues.
  • Ensure accounting practices and resultant records support financial reporting in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.
  • Maintain and administer accounting policies and procedures; oversee the day-to-day accounting and internal control activities of the Foundation.
  • Develop annual operating budget and program fund budgets, coordinating with all staff and primarily with the CEO, Finance Director, and VPs to ensure the budget supports the attainment of strategic priorities for the coming and subsequent years.
  • In partnership with Finance Director, monitor results compared to budgets and provide monthly reports to the CEO and Board of Directions, explaining variances.
  • In partnership with Finance Director, prepare monthly forecasts for operations, grants, fiscal sponsorship and provide monthly reports on projection changes to the CEO and Board of Directors.
  • Serve as the manager and lead contact of the annual audit and Form 990 preparation, framing the financials and preparing the reconciliations of all fund activity, and working with the team to deliver requested schedules, documents, and files; coordinates audit committee participation in pre-and post-audit discussions.
  • Continuously oversee and manage controls, transaction accuracy, and risk management in the finance and fund departments to ensure an annual unqualified Audit Report is issued and an accurate and compliant Form 990 is filed.
  • Manage complex gifts administration. Work with VP of Philanthropy, CEO, donor, legal counsel, and board ensuring requirements are met for audit and tax purposes.
  • Support decision making, along with CEO, regarding accepting Fiscal Sponsorships. Take lead on determining financial implications and opportunities with said sponsorships.
  • Develop strategies for improving the Foundation’s accounting system and reporting capabilities to provide Management, the Board, and donors with insightful analysis of the Foundation’s operations, investments, and programs.

Fund Management and Investment Council Support

The VP of Finance will work in conjunction with the CEO and the Foundation board to set the financial and investment objectives of the Foundation. The Investment & Finance Committee of the board is tasked with developing and recommending to the board the financial principles, plan, and courses of action that provide for mission accomplishment and organizational financial well-being. The VP of Finance will recommend updates to these policies and procedures as well as take direction from the board as to their implementation.

Funds management

  • Serve as Community Foundation expert with respect to endowed and non-endowed funds, as well as fiscal sponsorships; maintain current, legally conforming fund agreements and information for prospective fundholders, both individual donors and nonprofit organizations.
  • Work with prospective fundholders interested in establishing funds at the Community Foundation to identify donor objectives, consider best fund structure, and prepare fund agreements.
  • Together with Philanthropy team and Finance Director, steward established fundholders, maintain periodic communications, facilitate the issuance of grant recommendations submitted by donor advisors; oversee distributions of spending allocations from endowed funds.

Investments

  • Oversee the Foundation’s relationship with its investment including reviewing investments, supervising investment allocations, and reviewing investment management fees.
  • Ensure that the Foundation’s endowment investment strategy is in line with the Foundation’s objectives and culture.
  • Provide insight for Foundation management and board into current trends concerning non-profit investment strategies focused on sustainability, DEI, and impact investing.

Cash Flow

  • With Finance Director, monitor cash flow requirements and manage Foundation cash to maximize investment opportunities.
  • Prepare and provide monthly cash flow forecast of the Foundation’s unrestricted funds to Management and Board of Directors.

Accreditation

  • Manage Accreditation process ensuring best practices are in place and reflected in policies.

Technology and Human Resources

  • With Operations Manager, identify and assess opportunities for systems enhancement, utilization, and expansion.
  • Partner with Operations Manager and CEO regarding the Community Foundation’s human resources and administration, enhancing professional development, compensation and benefits, performance evaluation, training, and recruiting.

SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, intellectual curiosity, and mature judgment; core values align with Park City Community Foundation’s mission and strategic priorities.
  • At least 5 years of experience in accounting and finance positions with increasing responsibility including staff management.
  • Recent or current experience with nonprofit accounting and/or a grantmaking organization is required, and an understanding of fund accounting is helpful.
  • BS in accounting or finance or equivalent work experience required; CPA is preferred.
  • Overall background includes three or more years of broad financial and management responsibility and board relations experience.
  • Willing to dive deeply into the realm of community foundation finance and legal considerations, to become the Foundation’s resource when crafting programs, structuring projects, or adapting approaches to meet community needs and opportunities.
  • Excellent communication and relationship-building skills with an ability to prioritize, negotiate, and work with a variety of internal and external stakeholders.
  • Ability to describe complex financial issues to individuals with varying degrees of financial background or knowledge.
  • Ability to excel in a fast-paced work environment and adapt to changing needs of management, stakeholders such as donors and the board, and the community.
  • Previous experience includes final responsibility for the quality and content of all financial data, reporting, and audit coordination for either an organization or a significant program area.
  • Excels in an environment of collaboration; works well across and within teams.
  • Technology savvy, including knowledge of database and funds management systems; keenly aware of security risks and protocols to manage exposure.
  • Sensitive to needs of all staff; willing to listen, coach, connect, develop resources as needed by individual staff members from time to time.
  • A successful track record in setting priorities; solid analytic, organization, and problem-solving skills which support and enable sound decision-making.

Park City Community Foundation is an equal opportunity employer committed to building a team that represents a diversity of thought, experience, and personal background. We believe in the advancement of equity, diversity, and inclusion and toward making Park City a place where all people can fully realize their aspirations. We encourage and seek applications from women, people of color, and bilingual and bicultural individuals, as well as members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities. Applicants shall not be discriminated against because of race, religion, sex, national origin, ethnicity, age, disability, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, color, marital status, or medical conditions.

*All Park City Community Foundation employees are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

To apply, please submit your resume, cover letter, and participate in a digital interview at: https://parkcitycf.hirevue.com/signup/RuGZLMVwhrFjSHadp44BNz/. The digital interview is very casual, takes 30 minutes, and asks for a few written responses and video responses. It will help you learn more about us and you can re-record your video responses as many times as you like. If you have any technical or accessibility issues, please let us know and we can make a computer available to you. If you need assistance, please reach out to sam@parkcitycf.org.

 


Grants & Impact Coordinator

Compensation: $45,000 – $50,000 + benefits. We offer excellent benefits including health, dental, 401K match, paid time off, and flexible work culture.

General Responsibilities

Park City Community Foundation is a nonprofit dedicated to solving critical challenges in our community. Through grantmaking, convening, and partnership, we are funding key change makers in the greater Park City area. Park City Community Foundation’s Grants & Impact Coordinator is primarily responsible for managing four annual competitive grants programs. Additional responsibilities include managing donor advised fund duties, supporting select initiatives, and additional projects including fiscal sponsorships.

Grants Program Management

  • Manage grant application processes for the following programs:
    • Women’s Giving Fund (one high-impact grant to an organization that serves Summit County women and children)
    • Solomon Fund (grants to local sports and recreation organizations that are intentionally working to increase Latinx participation in their programs)
    • Community Fund (grants to organizations that meet our community’s most pressing needs and contribute to this thriving and vibrant place)
    • Park City Climate Fund (funds local, high-impact climate solutions)
    • More as needed (potential for Mental Wellness or Early Childhood grants processes)
  • Prepare agendas, materials, send calendar invitations, and other support for grants committee meetings.
  • Serve as main point of contact for nonprofits throughout the process from questions about the application process and requirements to communicating with awardees about grant agreements, payment, and site visits.
  • Manage all aspects of grants portal including troubleshooting issues on the applicant and committee member sides.
  • Manage the process of preparing grant checks, grant letters, and maintaining documentation.
  • Coordinate 45+ site visit conversations to Community Fund grantees in March and April. Lead site visit discussions and complete written site visit reports to be shared with grants committee.
  • Work with Vice President of Equity & Impact on short-term and long-term goals to improve our grants processes including diversity, equity, and inclusion in committee makeup and funding.

Donor Advised Funds Support

  • Coordinate set up of new donor advised funds.
  • Manage and process donor advised fund grant requests.
  • Communicate with donor advised fundholders on at least a quarterly basis for fund statements and as needed.
  • Process and cut checks for grant requests.

Nonprofit Education

  • Support Nonprofit Roundtable contractor in scheduling 12 annual roundtables, brainstorming topics, and providing technical support for virtual meetings via Zoom.
  • Support Nonprofit Roundtable contractor in scheduling and content for annual Nonprofit Workshop. Set up ticket sales and manage communication regarding Nonprofit Workshop.

Other Responsibilities

  • Support nonprofits during Live PC Give PC – communicate offline grants to nonprofits.
  • Administrative support for fiscally sponsored projects.
  • Compiles content for nonprofit e-newsletter, coordinating with all team members and receiving support from the marketing team to design the newsletter using Mailchimp. Also, responsible for maintaining nonprofit staff email list.
  • Support the Impact Team as needed on select initiatives (e.g. strategic planning, budgeting, administrative tasks, etc.)

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience in creating a more inclusive and equitable organization.
  • Proficient and enjoys database management.
  • Previous grant making and/or nonprofit experience.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook).
  • Ability to accomplish projects independently.
  • Detail-oriented.
  • Knowledge of Park City nonprofit landscape.
  • Desire to work in a collaborative team environment.
  • Clear and professional communicator.

Park City Community Foundation is an equal opportunity employer committed to building a team that represents a diversity of thought, experience, and personal background. We believe in the advancement of equity, diversity, and inclusion and toward making Park City a place where all people can fully realize their aspirations. We encourage and seek applications from women, people of color, and bilingual and bicultural individuals, as well as members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities. Applicants shall not be discriminated against because of race, religion, sex, national origin, ethnicity, age, disability, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, color, marital status, or medical conditions.

* All Park City Community Foundation employees are required to be vaccinated against COVID-19.

To apply, please submit your resume, cover letter, and participate in a digital interview at: https://parkcitycf.hirevue.com/signup/ruLZ2qKG3PRtH8uxPvfkCB/

The digital interview is very casual, takes about 20 minutes, and asks for a few written responses and video responses. If you have any technical or accessibility issues, please let us know and we can make a computer available to you. If you need assistance, please reach out to diego@parkcitycf.org