Monday, August 31, 2015

Job, Echoing Green - Coordinator, Fellowship Programs - New York, NY


Echoing Green is a non-profit organization whose mission is to unleash next generation talent to solve the world’s biggest problems.Since our founding in 1987 by the leadership and investment of the leading global growth equity firm, General Atlantic, Echoing Green has provided more than 600 promising social entrepreneurs working in sixty countries with $36 million in start-up funding, customized support services, and access to our global network of champions. These social innovators have gone on to launch and lead some of today’s most important social enterprises throughout the world. Others have gone on to become leaders in a variety of sectors, having been profoundly shaped by their experiences launching social enterprises.
Echoing Green seeks a coordinator to provide administrative support for the Fellowship Team and our Fellows as a whole.
Fellowship Program Support
This will include supporting team members in their day to day work to support the Echoing Green Fellows and supporting the Echoing Green Fellows directly. The coordinator will need to be receptive to spontaneous projects and balance many tasks at once, so the ideal candidate is detail oriented and flexible.
Fellow Community Support
The coordinator will provide support for Echoing Green Community. The Echoing Green Community includes currently funded Fellows, Fellows at Large (alumni), and other stakeholders. Community projects include events, Award Relationships, and small Fellow working groups. The coordinator will need to be receptive to be comfortable communicating with various stakeholders, so the ideal candidate will have strong in-person and written communication skills.
Search and Selection of Fellows
The coordinator will support the annual search and selection process of Fellows. This begins with a global call for applications, continues through a rigorous six-month screening and diligence process, and culminates in the selection of our newest class of Fellows. The coordinator will play a large part in the day-to-day running of this process, so the ideal candidate is a systems thinker that demonstrates strong critical thinking abilities.
  • Communications: develop internal and external written communications for the Fellowship program. This includes communications intended for external partners, applicants, and others.
  • Systems, Data, and Contact Management: Collect, track, and manage data for the Search & Selection process. This includes using Salesforce, Excel, Surveygizmo, Convio and other platforms.
  • Research: Perform and build upon existing research relevant to our annual selection process. This includes research on recruitment and selection strategies, partners, conferences, and other.
  • Partnerships: Assist with developing and managing partnerships with institutions and other stakeholders.


  • Bachelor’s degree or relevant work experience
  • Comfortable working in a fast-paced, dynamic environment and committed to meeting deadlines and improving processes
  • Results-driven and systems-minded with an inclination toward data analysis
  • A ‘can-do’ attitude and strong work ethic; a willingness to take initiative
  • Interest in cross-sector partnerships and collaboration
  • Passion for Echoing Green’s mission, with a commitment to social entrepreneurship and harnessing next generation talent
  • High level of experience with MS Office; Salesforce CRM, Convio or CVENT preferred


The Coordinator salary range is $35,000 - $54,000 based on level of experience. Echoing Green offers highly competitive benefits including but not limited to, 403(b) plan, 100% employee insurance coverage for Medical, Dental, Vision and 70% premium coverage for dependents, employer contributed HRA plan, FSA plan, generous PTO, sick and parental leave policies, extensive and extended holiday leave, transportation subsidy, dependent care subsidy, employer paid life insurance, LTD, STD, tuition reimbursement, professional development subsidy, wireless subsidy and voluntary insurance plans.
To apply, submit a resume and cover letter that very specifically describes why you would be a good fit for this particular position.

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