Senior Manager, Intergenerational Initiatives

Generations United, Inc
  • Location
    Remote, D.C.
  • Sector
    Non Profit
  • Experience
    Mid Career
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  • Posted
    Jul 27

Position description

The Senior Manager, Intergenerational Initiatives is a new position that will be a key part of Generations United’s intergenerational program team to expand the development of programs and initiatives that bring younger and older people together around the country. This position is responsible for leading our work to amplify and support our diverse intergenerational programs initiative; managing grant-funded and other on-going initiatives of the organization; delivering training and technical assistance; identifying and securing funding; developing tools and publications; and engaging effectively with our members and network.

Essential Functions, Duties, and Responsibilities include:

  • Lead Generations United’s intergenerational initiatives including building strategic partnerships to support the expansion of high-quality intergenerational practices and elevating intergenerational efforts in diverse communities and with diverse populations.
  • Develop new concepts and secure new funding including grants and contracts for intergenerational program work by identifying opportunities, cultivating relationships, and proposal writing.
  • Manage grants and contracts to ensure timely implementation and overall excellence, including meeting deliverables, leading project teams, writing reports, reviewing financial statements, and ensuring compliance. Manage communications and relationships with funders.
  • Provide training and technical assistance on intergenerational programs and best practices to individuals and organizations.
  • Develop intergenerational resources and tools and manage webinars and other learning networks.
  • Represent Generations United on external advisory groups, networks, coalitions, and at meetings, conferences, or other events.
  • Actively apply a diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) lens to all aspects of the work including through the use of the Racial Equity Impact Analysis tool.
  • Collaborate across Generations United, lead cross-team working groups, and work with communications, internal operations, and grandfamilies teams.
  • Supervise direct reports and consultants in accordance with the agency’s policies and applicable laws.
  • Other Responsibilities:
  • Proactively monitor media and make suggestions for social media, newsletters, and other external communications.
  • Assist with organization-wide events including our global conference.
  • Other duties as assigned.


Health, dental and vision insurance

Three Weeks Paid Vacation per year (as accrued)

Paid Sick Leave (as accrued up to 12 days per year and 90 days total)

Two Paid Personal Leave Days per year (as accrued)

Jury and Witness Duty Leave

Voting Time Leave

Compassionate Leave (at the executive director’s discretion)

Eleven Paid Holidays

Participation in 403 (b) Retirement Account

Application instructions

Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume. Preference will be given to applicants who apply before August 17, 2022.

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