Reporting directly to the Chief Executive Officer and serving as a member of the five-person management team, the Vice President of Finance and Operations (VPFO) will lead GreenLight’s finance, operations, IT, and facilities functions as we grow to serve more regions. Currently operating with a $7M+ budget and a staff of close to 40 employees, the VPFO will play a hands-on role ensuring that GreenLight has the financial and operational backbone to achieve its mission. This person will also serve as a trusted advisor and partner on the financial planning aspects of the implementation of our current strategic plan and growth.
GreenLight has grown considerably in the past year and the VPFO will play a critical role in evaluating the effectiveness and long-term fit of our existing systems and processes against our strategic plan and future growth goals. This is an ideal opportunity for an entrepreneurial and operationally minded individual to shape the systems and process of a growing nonprofit to ensure it achieves its mission of spurring economic mobility and opportunity across the country.
GreenLight Fund is currently seeking a dynamic, passionate, and collaborative Executive Director to continue to support three local portfolio organizations while leading the next phase of GreenLight Charlotte’s growth. The Executive Director will work with a Selection Advisory Council – that includes private sector entrepreneurs and investors, nonprofit leaders, philanthropic leaders, social entrepreneurs and issue experts, Charlotteans with lived experience navigating poverty – to identify critical needs in Charlotte and vet, select, fund and launch the highest-performing national solutions that directly fit the needs of the community.
This is a fantastic opportunity to work at the intersection of social entrepreneurship and community need, and to build and support a portfolio of high performing nonprofits to confront the community’s most pressing challenges. The Executive Director will lead autonomously in Charlotte to deliver GreenLight’s Method of Impact, partner with peers across the country to find and spread what works, and support the national GreenLight network.
GreenLight Fund is currently seeking a dynamic, passionate, and collaborative Executive Director to lead the launch and establishment of GreenLight Chicago. This entrepreneurial leader will build the GreenLight Chicago Selection Advisory Council and run the diligence and selection process which includes identifying portfolio organizations and supporting expanding organizations as they launch and grow. In addition, they will steward and secure funders and other resources to support GreenLight Chicago and its portfolio organizations and engage a wide variety of constituents in this work.
This is a fantastic opportunity for a results-oriented and inspiring leader to work autonomously to bring proven models of growing, high-performing nonprofits to Chicago and to engage individuals, funders, and companies to create meaningful community impact. The Executive Director will lead implementation of GreenLight’s Method of Impact in Chicago, partner with peers across the country to find and spread what works, and support the national GreenLight network.
GreenLight Boston is currently seeking a dynamic, passionate, and collaborative Associate Director. The Associate Director will work in collaboration with and serve as a thought partner to the Boston Senior Executive Director. The Associate Director will manage the day-to-day operations of the team, ensuring on-track progress on the site’s ambitious plans towards both programmatic and fundraising goals.
This is a fantastic opportunity to work at the intersection of social entrepreneurship and community need, and to build and support a portfolio of high performing nonprofits to confront the community’s most pressing challenges.
GreenLight Fund seeks an energetic, organized, and people-centered National Development Manager to join our External Affairs team, which supports GreenLight sites to effectively and efficiently execute their donor stewardship plans, and creates and maintains systems and processes for donor engagement. The Development Manager will provide hands-on coaching to GreenLight sites to ensure they have the knowledge, tools and capabilities they need to successfully engage their donors and build their local fundraising support.
The External Affairs team is led by the Vice President, External Affairs. The Development Manager will report to the VP, External Affairs, and will work collaboratively across the External Affairs team and the GreenLight Fund national network.
GreenLight Fund seeks an energetic, organized, and detail-oriented Gift Coordinator to join our External Affairs team. The Gift Coordinator is responsible for the efficient updating of donor records and accurate processing of gifts, timely acknowledgments and receipts, and filing and generating reports. The External Affairs team is led by the Vice President, External Affairs. The Gift Coordinator will report to the Manager, National and Expansion Development and will work collaboratively across the External Affairs team, Finance and Operations team and the broader GreenLight Fund network.
GreenLight Fund Greater Newark is seeking an organized and research-focused Associate who is passionate about community change. This individual works independently and has a passion for equity and addressing economic mobility for historically under-resourced communities in the greater Newark area.
GreenLight seeks an organized, energetic, and detail-oriented Talent Acquisition Specialist to join our People Operations team. The Talent Acquisition Specialist, reporting to the People Operations Manager, will be responsible for developing and executing long-term recruitment strategies and nurturing trusting relationships with potential hires. This role will take ownership of the full recruitment and hiring process for each job opening by sourcing, attracting, interviewing, and hiring candidates.