Deadline: Not listedOffered by: The Summit FoundationLocation: Washington DCSalary: Salary commensurate with experience and qualificationsOrganization website: www.summitfdn.orgOrganization contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
BackgroundThe Summit Foundation is a private family foundation founded in 1991 and located in Washington, DC. The Foundation advances its mission to create a world where people can thrive and nature can flourish by making grants in three main program areas: Equality for Women and Girls, Sustainable Cities, and the Mesoamerican Reef.
The Sustainable Cities program seeks to radically increase the sustainability of cities by supporting: frameworks and metrics that drive city sustainability efforts, inspirational city models and policies, visionary leaders, and city climate mitigation and adaptation as a particular area of emphasis.Position OverviewThe Summit Foundation seeks a full-time program assistant to provide programmatic, editorial, and administrative support to the Sustainable Cities program director. This person will function as an integral member of the foundation’s small staff in our Washington office. This is an entry-level program position. The work will provide the program assistant with an introduction to a wide variety of people and organizations at the cutting edge of urban sustainability and climate action, with an emphasis on local governments, networks, energy, and social justice. It will also provide a strong orientation to philanthropy and the nonprofit sector in general, including funder affinity groups and collective impact funds.
RelationshipsThe program assistant reports to the Sustainable Cities program director. The program assistant also works closely with the grants management director, the office manager, and other program assistants.
Duties and ResponsibilitiesThe program assistant’s duties and responsibilities include the following:
Qualifications and Attributes
Application ProceduresQualified individuals should submit a resume and letter of interest to email@example.com. No phone inquiries. The position will remain open until filled.
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