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The Peter G. Peterson Foundation (“Foundation”) is working to secure a healthy, growing economy by addressing America’s long-term fiscal and economic challenges. The Foundation partners with leading decision-makers in government, policy, academia, media, business and issue/constituent groups to build support for solutions to put America on a sustainable fiscal and economic path. As a non-partisan organization, the Foundation engages in grant-making, partnerships and research to educate and involve Americans from a variety of perspectives.
The Programs Team develops and implements strategic programs and initiatives, collaborating across the organization and with external partners and grantee organizations to advance the Foundation’s mission in both traditional and emerging areas of engagement. The team manages grant-making portfolios and several signature programs and identifies, funds and scales new ideas and approaches to achieve organizational goals.
The Associate, Programs will support the Programs team in the development and execution of current and brand-new strategic programs that advance the mission of the Foundation and strengthen its impact and reach. These initiatives, currently in varying stages of development, will address a range of traditional and emerging issue areas for the Foundation and other Peterson organization entities, including fiscal sustainability and economic growth, next generation engagement, democracy reform, media, and collaborative policymaking. These programs are cross-functional and interdisciplinary, involving a unique blend of grants, partnerships, and internal efforts.
Reporting to the Associate Director, Programs and supporting the team, the Associate will work on a variety of program support, research, writing, and communications tasks. The Associate will also engage with external partners, consultants, and vendors. Key responsibilities include:
The Associate, Programs will be intellectually curious, operationally focused, and detail oriented. They will be able to act as a utility player and employ a can-do attitude, taking on any task required to support the team and get things done. More specifically, the ideal candidate will bring:
We anticipate that the starting base salary range for this position will be $75,000 to $80,000, plus eligibility for an annual discretionary bonus. In addition, we offer a generous benefits package designed to support employee health and well-being, including comprehensive health insurance, a substantial 401k match, paid time off, a hybrid work schedule and other flexible work policies.
Please submit a cover letter and resume to email@example.com. Subject header on the e-mail should be: “Associate, Programs.”
The Peter G. Peterson Foundation is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and encourages candidates of all backgrounds to apply to our organization. We offer a welcoming community that respects each individual and fosters a diverse set of experiences, perspectives, skills and ideas. We are committed to building a workplace in which every team member can thrive personally and professionally and contribute to our mission.