Department: HQ – Headquarters
Location: Washington, DC
The Program Associate holds a variety of responsibilities related to the research, analysis, coordination, and outreach of programmatic activities to support a high impact education department. The candidate who fills this role will work Monday through Saturday (as needed) to support student and teacher programs.
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JOB TITLE: Grants Manager
REPORTS TO: Director of Finance
Reporting to the Director of Finance and leading a team of two, the Grants Manager works in close collaboration with the HQ controller, HQ accounting team, and grants managers within the departmental business offices across the six departments. The Grants Manger will oversee management of the portfolio of federal and non-federal grants to the Carnegie Institution of Science by creating and implementing strong, standardized policies and procedures which ensure compliance and promote best practices. The Grants Manager will ensure the team provides high levels of customer service to Carnegie Staff as well as external funders.
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TECHNOLOGY SKILLS REQUIRED
ADDITIONAL (Preferred) QUALIFICATIONS
Carnegie Science is seeking a Senior Manager of Foundation Relations to join its pursuit. Significant funding for the Carnegie Institution’s programs has historically come from the sizeable endowment left by Andrew Carnegie himself. Under the leadership of President Matthew P. Scott and Chief Development Officer Ann McElwain, Carnegie Science is making a committed investment in building a best-in-class fundraising program that will match and sustain the efforts of its world-class research teams.
The ideal Senior Manager of Foundation Relations will have:
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Carnegie Science is seeking a Manager of Donor Relations to join its pursuit. Significant funding for the Carnegie Institution’s programs has historically come from the sizeable endowment left by Andrew Carnegie himself. Under the leadership of President Matthew P. Scott and Chief Development Officer Ann McElwain, Carnegie Science is making a committed investment in building a best-in-class fundraising program that will match and sustain the efforts of its world-class research teams. Reporting to the CDO, the Manager of Donor Relations will work with Senior Managers of Individual Giving and Foundation Relations to create an institution-wide process for engaging, recognizing, and stewarding the institution’s donors. S/he will also play a primary role in developing standards for and drafting written donor communications to donors.
The ideal Manager of Donor Relations will have:
The Carnegie Institution for Science Administration Building located on 16th Street between the neighborhoods of DuPont Circle and Logan Circle, is an iconic Washington, D.C. architectural landmark that lends itself to classic turn-of-the-century design with a touch of simple elegance. This building has acted as a venue for scientific events, social events and weddings, non-profit events, corporate and internal events of all kinds for the past three decades. Carnegie Institution is seeking a Part-time Special Events Coordinator to oversee the management of events within the building. Please see below for details on the vacancy.
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To apply for this position please submit a cover letter and resume. Only applications with both cover letters and resumes will be considered. No phone or email inquiries please.
All applicants will receive consideration of employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, or veteran status.