MUFG Union Bank Director of Philanthropy & Community Engagement - Hybrid in New York, New York
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This is a hybrid position. There are flexible work from home options available. A member of our recruitment team will discuss the options with you in more detail.
MUFG Americas is searching for a Philanthropy and Community Engagement Leader responsible for building and executing a MUFG Americas philanthropy strategy, volunteerism program, community engagement and grant allocation/management process. Responsibilities include creation of a grant making protocols, managing internal controls, process, and policies for corporate contributions, volunteer time off, data collection, vendor management and reputation risk management. The Philanthropy and Community Engagement Leader will also play a critical role in ensuring the Americas philanthropy strategy for MUFG is in line with our global counterparts and competitors. The role will be in NYC or Charlotte, NC preferably. This role may manage a small team.
Establish and operationalize an integrated philanthropy strategy aligned with the enterprise DEI strategy for MUFG Americas.
Builds, protects, and promotes the bank through leadership activities that satisfy societal needs in a way that complements stakeholder value.
Builds and manages positive relationships between the bank and all its business lines and the many communities and constituencies it serves by connecting the bank products, services and/or subject matter expertise with community priorities.
Represent the Bank and participates in community functions, committees, collaborations, and organizations.
Enhance and improve grants management processes and increase efficiencies, which includes systems transformation and operations management.
Liaison with Third Parties, Business Line Leaders, Audit, Risk Management for the Americas, Procurement, Ops and Technology.
Support implementation, continuous improvement and ongoing management of the bank’s grants management software systems.
Leads the collection and verification of relevant data specific to audits and required regulatory examinations, as needed.
Maintain up-to-date data on new platforms for tracking philanthropic and community engagement initiatives including grant making, corporate contributions, matching gifts, volunteer time off, and employee engagement.
Develop, manage, and reconcile annual philanthropy and community program budgets.
Coordinates quarterly reporting and financial recording with the Finance Department for board reports and audits.
Oversee and evaluate charitable giving requests and determine critical path for fulfillment, e.g., area committees, business lines, etc.
Lead periodic meetings of request reviewers to answer questions regarding the recipient organization, grant request, etc.
Candidates should have a strong working knowledge and familiarity with corporate social responsibility including:
Bachelors, graduate degree (preferred) and/or equivalent combination of training in nonprofit management, community development and/or public affairs
10+ years of professional experience in Philanthropy or Corporate Social Responsibility
Demonstrated success leading strategic and/or tactical plans relative to community outreach and engagement
Demonstrated success building and/or leading programs and initiatives developed in support of business objectives and aligned with charitable giving priorities
Excellent relationship builder and reputation risk manager
Knowledge of grant making including sponsorships, programs, employee engagement, and volunteer time off
Demonstrated passion for philanthropy, community engagement, and sustainability
General awareness of local and community organizations serving non-profit organizations and LMI communities strongly preferred.
Strong ability to build good networks with nonprofits in NYC, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Charlotte, Boston, and California
Business experience and a strong understanding of the financial services industry required
Proposal and/or RFP response writing experience a plus
Self-starter with strong attention to detail and ability to coordinate multiple projects while prioritizing the most pressing and impactful matters against strict deadlines
Enjoys working in a cross-functional, culturally diverse, team-oriented environment
Strong analytical skills, including experience working with large amounts of data; experience with grant making software tools and/or database management a plus
Experience in program and project management and planning
Strong verbal and written communication skills with an ability to present and socialize well, organize thoughts and clearly articulate points
Demonstrate intellectual curiosity and interest in continuous learning
Technologically savvy; expert in Microsoft Office Suite (especially Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) with a good working knowledge of Teams and Virtual Applications
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities duties and skills required of personnel so classified.
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