The Rockefeller Brothers Fund is committed to attracting and maintaining a high-quality workforce to support our mission to advance social change that contributes to a more just, sustainable, and peaceful world. We are an equal opportunity employer and invite applications from candidates regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, or religion. The Fund offers a salary commensurate with qualifications and experience, a generous benefits package, and a pleasant work environment.
The associate will manage a variety of administrative logistics related to the governance and legal responsibilities of the office of the corporate secretary. S/he will participate in drafting, editing, and proofing board and committee minutes, and other corporate documents. The incumbent will review documentation for 501(c)(3) equivalency determinations, regularly interact with the trustees of the board around scheduling and other logistical matters. S/he will partner with the corporate secretary and other staff to organize board meetings and other trustee committee meetings, as needed.
The associate is available to assist with management of ongoing as well as special projects, such as enterprise risk management work at the Fund, and other high-level institutional events.
The special assistant will manage a variety of administrative, process, and project management tasks associated with the office of the vice president for programs, including managing her schedule, preparing requested materials, ensuring effective meeting preparation, and undertaking special projects, as assigned. The special assistant will also have opportunities to conduct desk research on programmatic topics and prepare reports as requested.
Working with The Pocantico Center’s manager of public programs, the intern will assist with, and learn, the production and planning of cultural events, facilitation of artist residencies, designing of marketing materials, and the programming of the school garden program. Among the roster of artists performing and/or participating in the 2017 residency program will be the jazz musician Eric Revis, choreographer Josh Beamish, Carnegie Hall fellows and other artists.