We are seeking dynamic candidates for two new positions. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Priority consideration will be given to applications received by August 22.
Manager of Operations:
PFF seeks an experienced candidate to join our team as Manager of Operations, responsible for developing, implementing, and executing systems that drive the day-to-day administration of the Foundation. Reporting to the President, this newly-created position will help strengthen and formalize internal systems and processes, develop and operationalize policies and procedures that build our capacity to achieve strategic goals, and ensure that that all aspects of our business operations are in alignment with our organizational values. The Manager of Operations will play a lead role in managing multiple facets of the Foundation’s work, including operations, administration, grants management, and finance.
Read the full description and apply here.
Manager of Strategy and Learning:
PFF seeks an experienced candidate with a demonstrated commitment to social and racial justice to join our team as Manager of Strategy and Learning. Reporting to the President, this newly-created position will serve as a thought partner to the President, work closely with the Program Officer and play a key leadership role in the implementation of our new strategic framework. Broadly, the role of the Manager of Strategy and Learning is to: build internal and external understanding of the youth-led racial and social justice landscape in Connecticut and beyond; expand and deepen relationships with stakeholders in the ecosystem; identify areas of challenge and opportunity and generate ideas for innovative actionable responses; and support PFF in developing a framework for assessing our impact and success. In particular, the Manager of Strategy and Learning will be responsible for managing two areas of work under PFF’s strategic framework: working collaboratively with partners to strengthen field infrastructure and building knowledge and will for co-investment in youth-led racial and social justice efforts.