Stanford PACS is looking for an experienced, strategic and
entrepreneurial individual to serve as its Director, Partnerships
& Community. This role will play a central role in stewarding
the center’s diverse community of philanthropists and social change
leaders through special convenings and learning opportunities. The
ideal candidate will have at least 10 years of experience in
philanthropy and/or related fields. They should have the ability to
identify new opportunities, initiate new ideas, and establish new
relationships while ensuring existing relationships and operations
related to our special convenings are moving forward
Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Director,
Partnerships & Community will supervise the strategy and
implementation of all convenings and educational programming at
Stanford PACS as well as all marketing, branding and outreach
related to them. Specifically, this position will be responsible
for overseeing the design and execution of our two signature
convenings - the Philanthropy Innovation Summit and the First
Principles Forum - and related partnerships and relationships,
including with host/steering committee members for these convenings
and Stanford PACS’ advisory board members. This role will also be
responsible for overseeing the budget, sponsorships, and other
revenue streams for these special convenings.
This role will have 2 direct reports: (1) the External Relations
Coordinator who will implement specific community building
activities related to the Summit and First Principles Forum, such
as, salons, virtual convenings, newsletters and other
communication; (2) the Events & Partnerships Manager who will
lead logistics for all convenings, including the management of
select outside vendors, to ensure effective operations in these
areas of responsibility.
The Director of Partnerships & Community will also
collaborate with the Executive Director on advisory board
engagement and related activities and will be a member of the
senior leadership team for the Center.
This is a 100% FTE, continuing, exempt position. This position
will be based on the Stanford campus and will be considered for an
option of telecommuting (hybrid of working on-site and off-site),
subject to operational need.
Find additional information, and to apply for this role, please
visit the Stanford Careers Website.