GCIR envisions a society in which everyone thrives no matter where they were born. To make that vision a reality, we galvanize philanthropy to advance immigrant justice and belonging. As the nation’s only immigrant-focused philanthropy-mobilizing organization (PMO), we work with our more than 140 member institutions, the 1,200 individual grantmakers in our network, our partners in the field, and other philanthropic affinity groups to move money and power for immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers.
Inside Philanthropy named GCIR the 2017 Funders’ Affinity Group of the Year for the key role we played in coordinating funder pushback to anti-immigrant policies. Today, amid both continued challenges and significant opportunities for immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers, we are building on our 32-year history to drive short- and long-term immigrant-related philanthropic investments and advance a vision for a just, equitable, and inclusive society for all.
Our work in the philanthropic sector is grounded in the following values:
Justice: We are committed to racial, social, and economic justice.
Belonging: We believe that belonging is essential to building strong communities and a healthy democracy.
Humanity: We believe that everyone is connected by our shared humanity.
Courage: We believe that taking risks is imperative to achieve a just and equitable society.
Solidarity: We are united with other movements and communities in the pursuit of civil and human rights.
The GCIR staff comes from all walks of life, many of us with immigrant and refugee backgrounds and some of us with non-traditional career paths. We have an office in the San Francisco Bay Area and remote staff in Washington state, New York, Boston, and the Washington, D.C. metro area. GCIR members are local, state, regional, and national foundations who transcend issue area, geographic region, and strategy. For more information, visit www.gcir.org.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
The Programs Manager plays a critical role in evaluation and learning, information resources, and additional responsibilities as they arise. The full-time, exempt position reports to the Vice President of Programs and interfaces regularly with the Programs Team. Specific duties and responsibilities will include the following:
Programs Evaluation and Learning (~60%)
Information Resources (~30%)
Additional Responsibilities (~10%)
THE IDEAL CANDIDATE
Required Skills and Experience
Preferred Skills and Experience
GCIR is a virtual organization with team members across the country. While the majority of the staff operate in the San Francisco Bay Area region, we also have four staff members who work in other parts of the country. Candidates based in locations across the United States are invited to apply.
COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS
The salary range is $80,000 to $95,000, based on experience, as well as level of education and training. GCIR offers a competitive salary and an excellent benefits package, including employer-paid health insurance, 401(k) contribution, generous vacation, mental health days, and sick time, one week off between Christmas and New Year’s Day, support for professional development, and an employee matching-gifts program.
TO BE CONSIDERED
GCIR is committed to building and retaining a talented, diverse, and inclusive team. Our team members represent diverse backgrounds, bring a wide range of educational, professional, and lived experiences, and contribute expertise from varied disciplines within the philanthropic, nonprofit, public, and corporate sectors. We welcome candidates of all races, ethnicities, nationalities, religions, abilities, sexual orientations, and gender identities and expressions. We strongly encourage people of color, women, LGBTQIA+ individuals, those from immigrant and refugee backgrounds, differently-abled people, formerly incarcerated people, and people of any and all historically marginalized identities to apply. Applicants will not be discriminated against because of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, religion, national origin, disability, ancestry, marital status, veteran status, medical condition, or any protected category prohibited by local, state, or federal laws.
Please submit a cover letter and resume to GCIR’s recruiting consultant, Linda Nguyen, at [email protected]. This position will remain open until the right candidate has been identified; however, for priority consideration, candidates are encouraged to submit materials by January 21, 2022. In your cover letter, please explain why you are interested in this role and how your experience and skills are relevant. No phone calls or email inquiries please.