The Program Associate, which provides administrative support for two program directors along with other important tasks, would preferably have a Bachelor of Arts or Associate degree and at least two years of administrative support experience. Click here for more information on the position and to apply.
The Director of Evaluation and Learning monitors and evaluates MCF’s initiatives to achieve performance goals and benchmarks and identifies and implements best practices. The position requires a Masters of Science degree in the social sciences, preferably with specialized qualifications in the field of monitoring and evaluation, and five years of related experience. Click here for more information on the position and to apply.
MCF was established in 1986 with the assets of a trust from long time Marin County residents Leonard and Beryl H. Buck. MCF’s mission is to encourage and apply philanthropic contributions to help improve the human condition, embrace diversity, promote a humane and democratic society, and enhance the community’s quality of life, now and for future generations.
MCF is one of the largest community foundations in the U.S., managing approximately $1 billion in assets and distributing about $50 million annually in grants.
Visit MCF’s website for more information.