Northern California Grantmakers (NCG) is a dynamic, growing membership organization that brings the philanthropic community together to shift resources, capital, and power back to historically marginalized communities leading transformative change. You would be joining a joyful team of individuals committed to transformation work. Racial equity, belonging, and diversity, equity, and inclusion are baked into everything we do, and we encourage applicants of diverse race, ethnic culture, gender expression, age, sexual orientation, and physical abilities to bring your experiential wisdom along with your expertise.
Benefits and Work Environment
NCG offers competitive benefits that reflect our values and commitment to our team members, including:
Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance
Flexible Spending Account
Vacation, Sick, and Holiday pay
403b Voluntary Plan
Short and Long-Term Disability
Employee Assistance Program
Staff Development and Wellness Funds
Director for Climate and Disaster Resilience
NCG seeks a highly-motivated individual to join our team as the Director for Climate and Disaster Resilience, who will be responsible for articulating a vision for the role that philanthropy can play to build climate and disaster resilience in Northern California and across the State of California. The role leverages our partnerships with the other regional associations of Philanthropy California (SoCal Grantmakers and Catalyst of San Diego and Imperial Counties). Situated on the NCG staff, this position is an integral member of a statewide team across Philanthropy California that responds to disasters as they occur in the State of California. A strategic responsibility for this position is to strengthen Philanthropy California’s internal capacity to serve as a hub for data sharing and coordination when disasters occur.
NCG seeks an experienced, highly motivated individual to join our team as the Vice President for Equity and Justice. Three years into a deeper commitment to advancing racial equity by sharpening the region’s philanthropic practices, NCG is at a critical juncture. While the north star has been established and key strategic choices have been made, additional guidance and thought partnership will help define the road forward. The VP will lead the organization’s efforts to clarify further the implications of centering equity across programs, membership activities, and internal operations, guiding the institution to greater impact in alignment with its strategic vision. The position will steward internal organizational development on racial equity, culture, and team cohesion, and will complement a team with a broad array of skills, experience, and expertise on equity issues throughout every level of the organization, eager to make the most of this collection of talent for impact.