Work At The Murdock Trust
Work At The Murdock Trust
Come join our team!
The work and mission of the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust is supported by an outstanding team of qualified professionals from a diverse array of backgrounds. If you would like to join our team, please keep an eye on new position opportunities below.
To apply for any of these open positions, please review the job description and submit all requested application materials to Resumes@MurdockTrust.Org.
Investment Administrative Liaison
The Investment Administrative Liaison is a full-time, in-office, non-exempt position working closely with the Investment and Finance teams. This role will assist the Investment and Finance teams with a variety of administrative and back-office functions. The Investment Administrative Liaison will need to anticipate the needs of the investment team before they arise, multi-task, and manage multiple projects. The person must maintain a positive and hospitable environment for our investment managers and service providers and strive be the “best client possible” on behalf of the Murdock Trust. Details.
Grants Reporting and Impact Manager
The Grants Reporting and Impact Manager is a full-time, in-office position providing leadership and support to grantees and assisting in the assessment and measurement of Murdock Trust grants and grantees’ self-identified outcomes. This position will manage post-award reporting, support Program Directors with report and payment processing, identify and report trends and outcomes of grant programs, and help Program Directors research and develop new grant programs. The best fit for this position is someone with a minimum of five years prior database, management, or performance measurement experience, or related nonprofit experience, who is eager to be a dedicated steward of the Trust process. Details.
Program Coordinator for Enrichment
The Program Coordinator for Enrichment is a full-time, in-office position providing comprehensive coordination support and project management for the Trust’s 40+ annual Enrichment programs. This position will work with internal and external constituents, including Trust staff, advisors, vendors, and partnering organizations, to ensure seamless and missional hospitality for these programs and events. This position also provides administrative support to the Senior Program Director for Enrichment. The best fit for this position is someone with a minimum of five years’ experience managing organizational events, who is eager to show hospitality through excellent attention to detail and management. Details.