The strategy and culture associate will provide administrative support for a host of activities including grantmaking, programs and events, project management, planning, and meetings. This position will serve an integral role on the strategy and culture team by providing support for communications, information technology, human resources, culture and racial equity work, and the Foundation's strategic initiatives, which include The Women's Fund of Winston-Salem, Black Philanthropy Initiative, and Youth Grantmakers in Action. The strategy and culture associate is a non-exempt position and will report to the vice president, strategy and culture.
The Winston-Salem Foundation is committed to building a staff that reflects the community served by the Foundation’s mission and strategic priorities and we invite applicants that represent our diverse community.
To apply, please visit wsfoundation.org/careers
Benefits include generous paid time off (PTO) and holidays. Health insurance, life insurance, dental insurance, short-term and long-term disability insurance, and parental leave begin the first of the month following 30 days of employment. Eligibility for the defined benefit retirement plan begins after one year of service. Other optional benefits include a flexible benefit plan, supplemental insurance with AFLAC, employee supplemental retirement plan, charitable match program and tuition and fee reimbursement.