Be a part of Colorado’s oldest and largest community foundation. The Denver Foundation helps generous people create charitable legacies and give back to the community through Community Grants.
We support community groups and nonprofit organizations in the seven-county Metro Denver area, with an ongoing commitment to reducing disparities and promoting equity for the most vulnerable members of our community. In our work and within our team, we honor the diverse strengths, needs, voices, and backgrounds of all members of our community.
Racial equity guides and connects all of The Denver Foundation’s work. Our vision is a Metro Denver that is racially equitable in its leadership, prosperity, and culture, and we are a catalytic leader that engages critical issues and accelerates systems change. To achieve this, we believe that all staff must be intentional in applying Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity to their practice. The ideal candidates for these positions will have an unwavering commitment to racial equity.
The Denver Foundation offers a competitive benefits package including paid time off, retirement contribution, tuition assistance, and medical, life, and disability.
Current Job Openings
Special Funds Officer (CDPHE)
This position is responsible for managing the Foundation’s largest government contract with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). Duties include grantmaking and administration for six distinct funding sources related to COVID relief and recovery across the state of Colorado. Working in close partnership with the team at CDPHE, this position will ensure that funds are deployed for maximum impact and that all administrative responsibilities are fulfilled in the context of a three-year state contract. Click here for full details and information on how to apply.
Information Systems Manager
The Information Systems Manager is responsible for the design, management, and continuous improvement of data, information, and systems across the Foundation. This position manages the development and implementation, as well as the administration, maintenance, and security of our systems. The Information Systems Manager supports business process owners with reporting, business intelligence, and technology management, as well as providing end-user training and support. Click here for full details and information on how to apply.
Impact Administrative Assistant
The Impact Administrative Assistant provides support to the full Impact Group to advance the team’s effectiveness and efficiency by providing clerical and administrative support for the group’s dual constituencies of donors and nonprofits. This position supports the group’s leadership with committee coordination; document and correspondence preparation; coordination for events and convenings; and grants support and administration. The position also provides direct assistance to the CIO, Vice Presidents, and frontline relationship managers and holds primary responsibility for data entry and data maintenance for the Impact Group. Click here for full details and information on how to apply.