Employment Opportunities

Listed below are employment opportunities in the grantmaking field. Please contact the person listed for each position, as MAG is not responsible for hiring persons to fill these positions.

To post an employment opportunity on this page, please forward all available information to membership@msgrantmakers.com, along with your name and a daytime telephone contact number.


Investor Relations Officer 1 | HOPE (Hope Enterprise Corporation/Hope Credit Union)

The Investor Relations Officer I is responsible for working closely with the Vice Presidents of Investor Relations to recruit and retain institutional and individual donors and mission investors and depositors who support the organization’s impact in the Deep South. Duties include: working across the HOPE team to draft funding proposals (e.g. concept papers, letters of interest, grant applications); individual donor, investor and depositor solicitations; and funder reports and other updates on use and outcomes of funds received. The person in this role will be expected to have superior collaboration, organization and writing skills, and have a growth mindset as demonstrated in part by valuing feedback and iteration. Work requires that the employee use considerable judgment and creativity in organizing and managing the workflow and assuring that all deadlines are met. Confidentiality is involved. This position could be located in the Jackson, Mississippi; New Orleans, Louisiana; or Memphis, Tennessee offices. For more information, click here.

Program Officer, Mississippi and New Orleans Programs | W.K. Kellogg Foundation

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation (WKKF), a leading philanthropic force helping communities create the conditions children need to thrive, is seeking nominations and applications for a Program Officer for its U.S. Southern Programs, serving Mississippi and New Orleans. In recent years the foundation has sharpened its focus on improving conditions for vulnerable children, concentrating on three key factors of success and their intersections: education and learning; food, health and well-being; and family economic security. WKKF partners closely with community stakeholders and policymakers to co-create a network of organizations working together to advance economic stability, racial equity, and community and civic engagement, while increasing access to quality education, healthy food, and medical care for children and families in need.  For more information, click here.