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The Community Foundation of Jackson Hole is an equal opportunity employer. We  encourage applications from individuals of any race, religion, color, national origin, sex, gender identity, gender expression, disability, age, veteran status, and/or any other legally protected group.

Director of Development

The Director of Development will join a dynamic, community-minded team in a full-time, exempt staff position responsible for establishing and executing fundraising strategy to support our mission and expand the impact of the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole. Fundraising efforts will support new programs addressing broad community needs as outlined in the Foundation’s 2022-2025 Strategic Plan.

The Director will determine strategy, establish systems that support an effective fundraising operation, and collaborate with the President to manage key donor relationships, cultivate future donors and planned gifts, and supervise a growing advancement team.

Interested candidates may submit their resume and cover letter to careers@cfjacksonhole.org. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis as they are received.

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BACKBONE LEADER FOR THE JACKSON HOLE COMMUNITY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH INITIATIVE

In the wake of COVID-19, behavioral health in Teton County has become a top community priority. A group of community leaders convened in 2021 to conduct a comprehensive assessment of the behavioral health needs of those who live and work in Teton County. Data revealed that residents and workers of Teton County face a more significant burden of mental health challenges and substance use than many parts of the country, highlighting an urgent need for coordinated action to improve these outcomes.

After the assessment, community members expressed their hope that the community will maintain energy and collaborative action to address behavioral health concerns. Consequently, a steering committee of 22 community organizations formed an initiative to advance behavioral health. The initiative is seeking the support of a full-time “backbone” leader to facilitate ongoing collaboration and coordination among behavioral health groups and other social service providers.

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Applications will be considered on a rolling basis starting March 28, 2022 and closing on May 2nd.

Notice of confidentiality: All applications will be reviewed FSG, a third party organization that is supporting the hiring process. Any applicant selected for an interview will be interviewed by a small number of steering committee members.

If you have any questions about the application or interview process, please reach out to Allison Kaika at Allison.Kaika@fsg.org.

Employee Benefits

Beyond competitive compensation, we offer generous benefits that keep our staff happy and attract truly exceptional people to join our team (like you!).

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TOTAL COMPENSATION

MERIT BONUS
Staff are eligible for annual merit bonuses. Additionally, salaries are adjusted annually (sometime more often) based on cost-of-living changes in the valley, evolving responsibilities, and the Foundation’s overall compensation structure.
 

RETIREMENT PLAN
Staff are encouraged to participate in a 401(k) plan maintained by the Foundation and contribute pre- or post-tax to their retirement (with a match!).

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Work-Life Balance

DEPENDENT CARE ASSSITANCE
Staff can contribute pre-tax funds to a dependent care reimbursement plan for childcare expenses.

TIME OFF
Between personal leave and vacation days, staff accrue over 20 days or more per year of paid time off. The Foundation observes all federal bank holidays and two additional floating holidays (13 days per year).

DOG-FRIENDLY OFFICE
Staff are welcome to bring their four-legged friends to work.

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Health Care & Wellness

INSURANCE & HSA
Full health and dental insurance covering 100% of employee premiums. The Foundation contributes $125 per month toward employee health savings (HSA) for any healthcare-related expenses.

WELLNESS DAYS, STAFF RETREATS & MORE
Team-building activities ranging from workout classes to desk ergonomic set ups to off-site retreats.

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COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

CHARITABLE GIVING
Employee personal charitable giving is matched by the Foundation, dollar for dollar.

LOVE WHERE YOU LIVE
All staff receive an annual National Park Pass.

COMMUNITY SERVICE
Staff participate in annual Town Clean-Up days and other volunteer opportunities as a team.