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Public Affairs brings together teams responsible for engaging with the company's stakeholders. This organization exists to support, strengthen, and protect Wells Fargo's reputation by building trust and positive societal impact for all of our stakeholders. Teams within Public Affairs include: Corporate Communications, Corporate Philanthropy and Community Relations; Government Relations and Public Policy; Platform and Digital Services; Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility and Public Affairs Chief Operating Office.
Reporting to the head of Financial Health Philanthropy, this newly created position will provide strategic leadership and operational support for national programming to improve the financial health of underserved communities, applying a racial-equity lens. Additionally, this individual will structure and manage a grant portfolio, seed innovation for financially inclusive products, and collaborate with line of business partners to advance financial health initiatives. This position can sit in any office within the Wells Fargo footprint and does not offer relocation assistance.
Specific responsibilities include:
Partner with stakeholders to develop complex, innovative financial health and economic equity strategies
Develop budget recommendations to execute on strategies, establish metrics, and set success targets
Structure Request-for-Proposal grant programs and collaborations that amplify impact
Conduct due diligence necessary to evaluate proposals and manage risk
Manage grant programs and grantees, measure impact, progress against commitments and portfolio effectiveness
Work with grantees to anticipate challenges in meeting deliverables and escalate as needed
Partner with leadership to calibrate the grant portfolio and align with business objectives
Collaborate on product innovation, research, and policy advocacy, share portfolio insights with stakeholders
Serve as a financial health spokesperson, seek storytelling opportunities of our impact, and best position the company
Develop and maintain relationships with key government, philanthropic, nonprofit, and community leaders
Wells Fargo's Financial Health Philanthropy opens pathways to economic advancement for low-and moderate-income, racially and ethnically diverse, and under-resourced individuals, families, and communities to help close the wealth gap.
8+ years of community development experience
2+ years of leadership experience
5+ years of financial health experience
Other Desired Qualifications
Experience developing strategies to improve financial health or address the racial-wealth gap
Experience working with innovative technology and/or products (e.g., fintech) that support financial health
Experience evaluating investments in financial health programs for diverse or low income communities
Experience managing a grant portfolio, developing financial and impact projections, and analyzing variances
Experience developing KPI's and impact analysis for financial health initiatives
Experience developing and presenting information that persuades, educates, and enhances understanding at all levels
Exprience building strong relationships and collaborating across large organizations
Ability to travel up to 30% of the time
The salary range displayed below is based on a Full-time 40 hour a week schedule.
All offers for employment with Wells Fargo are contingent upon the candidate having successfully completed a criminal background check. Wells Fargo will consider qualified candidates with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of applicable local, state and Federal law, including Section 19 of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act.
Relevant military experience is considered for veterans and transitioning service men and women. Wells Fargo is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer, Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran/Gender Identity/Sexual Orientation.
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