Jobs

We’re hiring! Join our mission-driven growing philanthropic organization!

We currently have two positions open:

Community Impact Director

Event Manager – Part-time, contractor


Position: Community Impact Director

Reports to: Executive Director

Work Schedule: Full time; requires flexibility for occasional evenings, weekends, and holidays.

Compensation: $60,000 to $80,000, negotiable based on experience. We offer excellent benefits including health, dental, 401K match, paid time off, and flexible work culture.

Are you serious about doing good? Are you passionate about leading collaborative efforts to achieve community change? Join our mission driven, growing organization. Park City Community Foundation seeks an experienced programs expert to lead our community initiatives, support program staff, and engage stakeholders, including nonprofit partners, donors, and other community leaders. The right candidate has excellent facilitation and communications skills, experience in measurement and evaluation, and proven management and strategy acumen.

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Community Impact Director is responsible for our community investments including grant making, strategic initiatives such as early childhood, mental health, climate change, social equity, nonprofit education, and more.

General Responsibilities

The Community Impact Director provides strategic leadership and oversight of Park City Community Foundation’s activities that benefit the people of greater Park City.

Specific Areas of Responsibility

  1. Community Leadership
  • Build and maintain strong relationships with organizations and community members who are (or could be) in a position to effect community change.
  • Participate in ongoing community initiatives where Park City Community Foundation has chosen to play a major role.
  • Help ensure that community initiatives have clear intended outcomes and ways to assess results.
  • Collaborate with the Impact and Governance Committee on community initiatives.
  • Supervise Community Impact staff, such as the Social Equity Director, the Solomon Fund Director, and the Grants Manager.
  • Identify potential high-impact initiatives in which Park City Community Foundation could play an appropriate philanthropic, convening, and/or coordinating role.
  • Lead and/or oversee startup of new community initiatives.
  1. Grantmaking
  • In collaboration with colleagues and grants committees, lead development of grant strategies and processes.
  • Supervise staff involved with grantmaking.
  1. Nonprofit Education
  • Supervise the nonprofit education contractor.
  • Oversee nonprofit roundtables, the annual major speaker workshop, and other efforts to bring nonprofits together and/or improve their capacity.
  • Provide one-on-one advice to nonprofits as needed and as available.
  1. Live PC Give PC
  • Oversee implementation of Live PC Give PC as a collaborative platform that gives local nonprofits opportunities to raise funds.
  • As needed, implement specific tasks related to Live PC Give PC.
  1. Other Duties
  • Participate in promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion within the Community Foundation and in the broader community.
  • Assist with fundraising, especially when it relates to community impact.
  • Assist in developing communications and marketing strategy and stories, especially as they relate to community impact.
  • Assist with other general duties as required by Park City Community Foundation.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Five years experience in leading or managing community change efforts.
  • Ability to lead community coalitions vigorously, diplomatically, and effectively.
  • Ability to motivate and facilitate Community Foundation staff and board members in achieving community impact.
  • Exceptional communication skills including interpersonal, written, and public speaking.
  • Knowledge of and experience in community foundations is desirable.
  • Knowledge of greater Park City’s key stakeholders (business, nonprofit, philanthropist, government leaders) is desirable.
  • Flexible schedule for special events.
  • Willingness to complete basic administrative work.

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.

To apply, please submit your resume, cover letter, and participate in a digital interview at: https://parkcitycf.hirevue.com/signup/kjSscsGefzSbpt85kpaAsk/

The digital interview is 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 katie@parkcitycf.org.


Position Title: Event Manager

Work Schedule: Part-time, contract position through 2020. Requires flexibility for occasional evenings, weekends, and holidays. Hours will fluctuate based on event schedules, typically 10-15 hours per week and increasing to 25-30 per week during Sept. and Oct. 2020. This position has the potential to extend into 2021.

Compensation: Up to $20,000 to $30,000, negotiable based on experience, benefits not included.

Are you serious about doing good? Do you enjoy connecting people to their passions? Join our mission driven, growing organization. Park City Community Foundation seeks an experienced event manager responsible for leading the project management and execution of multiple events throughout the year. We are looking for a highly organized and dynamic individual who can juggle many priorities and successfully communicate with all stakeholders. Keys to success include taking the event concepts from vision to reality; ensuring close collaboration between the marketing, fundraising, sponsorship, and executive staff; and thorough planning and attention to detail, leaving our guests with an emotional connection to our work and inspired to make a gift.

Reporting to the Communications and Marketing Director, the Event Manager is responsible for logistics and overall execution of 12-14 events—including our 10th annual giving day, Live PC Give PC, on Nov. 6, 2020—as well as four small donor events, two special donor thank you events, our annual Women’s Giving Fund grantee celebration, and our Community Fund grantmaking event.

Responsibilities

Event Planning and Execution – Participate in strategic planning and goal definitions for various events. Conduct individual and/or group planning meetings with staff and stakeholders to create goals and schedules for event. Ensure that all event details are taken care of, from location acquisition to catering, AV, photography, invitations, décor, parking, signage, and more.

Event Communications and Outreach – The Event Manager is responsible for updating current event information on our websites, EventBrite, and the 2020 version of the Live PC Give PC website hosted by Mightycause. Marketing staff will work in partnership with the Event Manager to create invitations, social posts, communications and marketing materials, and conduct all media relations.

Collaboration – Work collaboratively with the staff, vendors, and in-kind sponsors to leverage resources, budgets, and time management to produce the best possible community engagement experiences for donors and audiences alike. Work in partnership with Development staff to communicate and coordinate with Board Members, major donors and other stakeholders. Provide excellent customer service to event guests through clear communication, friendly, professional demeanor and timely response to needs.

Live PC Give PC Specific Duties

  • Day-of Parties: Handle all event details for High West party, All-Star party, and other parties that may happen, including food, AV, entertainment (DJ), signage placement, communications with staff, vendor contracts, volunteer management, clean up, etc. Handle all logistics for Giving Day “headquarters” at High West Distillery.
  • Parades: Manage Park City Community Foundation/Live PC Give PC floats in the July 4 and Miner’s Day Parades, including registration, volunteer sign-ups, and parade day logistics.
  • Nonprofit Communications: assist other staff as needed in registering local nonprofits for Live PC Give PC and communicating with nonprofits about their needs and activities leading up to the day and on the day. Update all nonprofit toolkit information on the Live PC Give PC website, assist with required trainings for nonprofits, and communicate with them about social media, online fundraising, media outreach and other Giving Day elements. Become familiar with Mightycause giving platform and be able to answer questions from nonprofits about it.
  • Volunteer Management: Help recruit volunteers for Live PC Give PC with help from Park City Community Foundation lists and staff. Manage volunteer information, training, and communication. Manage volunteer photographers, t-shirt hand-out, and other volunteer activities.
  • Sponsorship Outreach and Fulfillment: In coordination with fundraising staff responsible for securing sponsorships for Live PC Give PC, the Event Manager will ensure that sponsors receive the benefits promised, particularly with respect to social media, signage visibility and announcements made onsite on the day of giving.

Qualifications

We welcome candidates who are learning in their career path and motivated to take on new opportunities. Ideally, we prefer candidates with the following qualifications:

  • Three to five years of event management experience
  • Excellent verbal communication and writing skills
  • Strong project management skills with the ability to track multiple deadlines and deliverables at one time
  • Thorough working knowledge of MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook)
  • Ability to lift and carry 30 pounds unassisted
  • Ability to sit or stand for extended periods of time

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.

To apply, please submit your resume, cover letter, and participate in a digital interview at: https://parkcitycf.hirevue.com/signup/hvEqGF3LMrbDnywMaKPrh/

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 christine@parkcitycf.org.