Liberty Hill Foundation
L.A.'s social justice epicenter since 1976

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Job Opportunities

  • Operations Assistant

    Provide administrative support for Liberty Hill's COO and the Finance & Operations department as well as manages the office administration and IT under the direction of the Chief Operating Officer. Responsible for overall front office activities, including reception area, conference rooms, mail, purchasing requests and facilities.

  • Deputy Director of Communications, Public Relations

    Reporting to the Director of Strategic Communications, the Deputy Director of Communications plans and executes the foundation's public relations and marketing initiatives in support of Strategic Plan goals in concert with the Director of Strategic Communications.

  • Deputy Executive Director

    Reporting to the CEO, the Deputy Executive Director will be responsible for structuring and leading the Executive team to deliver outstanding work. Areas of work include leading strategic plan implementation, project management and human capital needs including mentoring and career progression throughout the organization. The Deputy Executive Director will partner closely with the CEO to chart LHF's future growth and will often work on special projects for the CEO as needed.

  • Program Training Assistant

    The Program Training Assistant will work collaboratively with key program stakeholders to support Liberty Hill training programs. Reporting to the Senior Program Manager, s/he will provide support in the general management of the Commissions Training Program, including curriculum, recruitment, relationship support, evaluation analysis, and logistics. Responsible for supporting important deliverables for the Wally Marks Leadership Institute including coordinating logistics for the core training tracks, conducting basic internet research, preparing reports, and engaging in correspondence on behalf of the Institute.

  • Foundation Grants Manager

    Under the direction of the Chief Development Director, the Foundation Grants Manager will be responsible for conducting the full range of activities required to research, prepare, submit and track grant proposals and reports to foundation sources with the object of achieving and exceeding annual financial goals. This individual will be results-oriented and a self-starter with the ability to develop and maintain strong relationships with program staff and foundations. They will also be articulate and personable and present a professional image coupled with excellent oral and written communication skills. Managing multiple projects and deadlines are a key component of this position.