BALLE: Executive Director

BALLE

The new Executive Director will be a proven and visionary leader with deep field expertise and demonstrated experience as a high capacity fundraiser. In addition, BALLE’s next leader will have an entrepreneurial track record, being able to sense the emergent needs of the moment and meet them with strategic, innovative and timely services and programs.

To qualify for this role, the next E.D. must also operate through the lenses of racial and economic justice and environmental sustainability and be committed to continuous learning and decision-making based on principles. In addition, the next Executive Director will be committed to the understanding that internal change is a prerequisite to systemic external change and will continue BALLE’s commitment to change the current system by cultivating a shift in the mindset from which the system arises. At the same time, the
next Executive Director is responsible for identifying and effectively illuminating the most successful tools and models for building local living economies that are emerging in the field.

Most of all, the right candidate will have the vision and skills needed to guide BALLE into its next era of effectiveness.

To apply, please submit a resume and thoughtful cover letter that outlines how your skills and experiences meet the qualifications of the position to [email protected] In the subject line, please include your FIRST and LAST name, the job title for this position, and the organization name (Name - BALLE - ED)

Oakland, CA
[email protected]
https://bealocalist.org/about/jobs/

ANDE: East and Southeast Asia Chapter Manager

Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs

You like to think of yourself as a professional matchmaker. You excel at quickly understanding individual and organizational needs and interests and making sure that the right people are talking to each other. If multi-tasking was an Olympic sport, you’d be a gold medal contender. Given a flip chart, some post-it notes, and a room full of passionate people – you can pretty easily come up with and implement a plan that everyone is excited to be part of. You thrive in a start-up environment. You can pivot on a dime, and often can’t sleep until a problem is addressed. You love the idea that your organizational and networking skills could contribute to a better livelihood for entrepreneurs throughout East and Southeast Asia.

ANDE is seeking a Regional Chapter Manager to develop and kick start the strategy for the expansion of the ANDE network in East and Southeast Asia. We currently have an ANDE East and Southeast Asia (ANDE ESEA) Regional Chapter which is supported by a volunteer steering committee. We would like to catalyze the chapter by opening an office in the region, and are looking for support in launching and managing local operations.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

- Launch operations for ANDE’s East and Southeast Asia (ESEA) chapter office. Working closely with ANDE’s global staff, a local Steering Committee, donors and other stakeholders, design and implement a work plan that supports the growth of the small and growing business (SGB) sector in the region.
- Manage the budget and all local operations for the chapter.
- Develop and implement a long term fundraising strategy for the chapter (initial seed funding has been raised).
- Develop a deep level of engagement with existing members, while also recruiting new members to the network.
- Develop ANDE as the go-to place for all things related to small and growing businesses in the sector, and become a recognized expert and thought leader in your own right.
- Manage events and communications for the chapter
- Over time, build and manage a small team

Bangkok
https://aspeninstitute.hrmdirect.com/employment/job-opening.php?req=514278&&jbsrc=1025
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BENETECH: Collection Development Specialist

Benetech

Do you have a passion for using technology to bring about social change? Are you driven to finding innovative solutions that promote sustainable social impact? If so, consider joining Benetech’s team!

Benetech is a nonprofit that develops and uses technology to create positive change. In 2002, Benetech launched Bookshare which is now the world’s largest online accessible library of copyrighted ebooks for people with disabilities such as blindness, visual impairment, and severe dyslexia, which affect their use of traditional print.

Bookshare seeks a detail-oriented, tech-savvy, flexible individual who is passionate about books to join our collection development team. This dynamic and mission-driven group is responsible for the core processes that make digital books in accessible formats available to over 400,000 Bookshare members worldwide – books that would otherwise be unreadable for them.

As Collection Development Specialist, you will be responsible for ordering books, managing book quality reports, and setting up and testing new publisher content queues. You will also handle reporting ongoing ingestion issues to engineering, maintenance of special collections, and other collection maintenance and enhancement projects as assigned. This is a full-time position based in Palo Alto, CA.

Palo Alto, CA
https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=benetech59&jobId=39970&lang=en_US&source=CC3
https://socialenterprise.us/job/collection-development-specialist/

SEGAL FAMILY FOUNDATION: Director of Operations

Segal Family Foundation

Does driving the growth of a network of 200+ change-making organizations across Africa sound exciting to you? Have you managed virtual teams, events and engaged diverse stakeholders?

Segal Family Foundation is hiring a senior director to oversee due diligence of their grantee partners and implement capacity building activities. The Director of Operations will be responsible for overseeing SFF’s portfolio of grantee partners and vetting potential new grantee partners. You will manage our team of Program Officers as they conduct regular due diligence and prepare recommendations for funding decisions across Africa. You will also manage the Admin & Finance Officer who supports the Africa-side team. Country-level community building activities including happy hours, workshops, and summits are included in your responsibilities.

Nairobi, Kenya
http://bit.ly/SFFDirectorOps
http://www.segalfamilyfoundation.org

BIONEERS: Development Manager

Bioneers

Bioneers seeks a Development Manager who will engage in all areas of development, including donor stewardship and management, foundation and grant management, fundraising campaigns, sponsorship and in-kind donation management, special events and data management.

This is a full-time position based out of Bioneers headquarters, located in The Presidio, San Francisco.

The ideal candidate will have:
Strong project management skills.
Knowledge of current fundraising best practices.
Experience in implementing and organizing development systems and processes for donations, grants, sponsorships, and in-kind opportunities.
Proficiency in using CRM (SalesForce) to analyze, advocate and advise strategies relationship building held by the Co-Founders, Executive Team and Board of Bioneers.
Experience supervising support staff.

About Us:
Founded in 1990, Bioneers acts as a fertile hub of social and scientific innovators with practical and visionary solutions for the world’s most pressing environmental and social challenges. Bioneers connects people with solutions and each other to create a revolution from the heart of nature.

Bioneers illuminates the leading edges of transformational change and “the greatest people you’ve never heard of.” Our acclaimed national and local conferences are complemented by media outreach, including our award-winning radio and podcast series, The Bioneers: Revolution From the Heart of Nature. We provide a platform for communities of color, indigenous peoples and women leaders whose voices may seldom be heard elsewhere. Now in its 27th year, the Bioneers conference (c. 3,000 people annually) is a perennial wellspring of cutting-edge content and dynamic, diverse voices that supply the primary source for our public education and media outreach a focal point to build community and collaboration.

As a community of leadership, Bioneers acts as a media amplifier for many respected leaders, a hatchery for young and emerging leaders, and a connection point for engaged citizens dedicated to making a difference. As an interdisciplinary network of networks, we span the arc of the human endeavor to reconcile the interdependence of human and natural systems. Learn more at http://www.bioneers.org.

Follow the link below to learn more and apply.

San Francisco, CA
http://www.bioneers.org/development-manager-san-francisco-ca/
http://www.bioneers.org/development-manager-san-francisco-ca/

ANDE: East and Southeast Asia Chapter Manager

Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs

You like to think of yourself as a professional matchmaker. You excel at quickly understanding individual and organizational needs and interests and making sure that the right people are talking to each other. If multi-tasking was an Olympic sport, you’d be a gold medal contender. Given a flip chart, some post-it notes, and a room full of passionate people – you can pretty easily come up with and implement a plan that everyone is excited to be part of. You thrive in a start-up environment. You can pivot on a dime, and often can’t sleep until a problem is addressed. You love the idea that your organizational and networking skills could contribute to a better livelihood for entrepreneurs throughout East and Southeast Asia.

ANDE is seeking a Regional Chapter Manager to develop and kick start the strategy for the expansion of the ANDE network in East and Southeast Asia. We currently have an ANDE East and Southeast Asia (ANDE ESEA) Regional Chapter which is supported by a volunteer steering committee. We would like to catalyze the chapter by opening an office in the region, and are looking for support in launching and managing local operations.

Bangkok
https://aspeninstitute.hrmdirect.com/employment/job-opening.php?req=514278&&jbsrc=1025
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ASPEN INSTITUTE: Membership Program Coordinator

Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs

You are a “yes, and… ” type of person. You are excited about taking on new tasks and challenges and are eager to create great experiences for others from managing a clean database to a well-executed event. You think of yourself as the ultimate team player and your team knows they can count on you. When you arrive at a dinner party, your first question is, “How can I help?” You are the go-to organizer for your friends and family. Others are jealous of your organizational skills and seven color coded calendars. Not only are you great at the details, but also you understand how small tasks can be essential to big, audacious goals like alleviating poverty. You love the idea that your organizational skills could contribute to a better livelihood for an entrepreneur in a developing country. You are resourceful and when you see a problem, you jump at the chance to fix it. Your initial instinct when developing a new process is to make it as efficient as possible because while the details are essential, you know that efficiencies are just as important.

Washington D.C.
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ANDE: East Africa Chapter Program Associate

Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs

You like to think of yourself as a professional matchmaker. You excel at quickly understanding individual and organizational needs and interests and making sure that the right people are talking to each other. If multi-tasking was an Olympic sport, you’d be a gold medal contender. Given a flip chart, some post-it notes, and a room full of passionate people – you can pretty easily come up with and implement a plan that everyone is excited to be part of. You thrive in a start-up environment. You can pivot on a dime, and often can’t sleep until a problem is addressed. You love the idea that your organizational and networking skills could contribute to a better livelihood for entrepreneurs throughout East Africa.

Nairobi
http://www.andeglobal.org/networking/apply_now.aspx?view=2&id=418590
http://www.andeglobal.org/networking/apply_now.aspx?view=2&id=418590

FHI 360: Chief of Party

FHI 360

FHI 360 is currently recruiting for the position of Chief of Party for an anticipated USAID project, Tunisia Community Resilience that is expected to promote resilience at the community level, with the goal of addressing drivers of VE, building community engagement and identity, and strengthening social cohesion between marginalized populations and the rest of Tunisia.

The Chief of Party (COP) will be responsible for providing overall vision, leadership, and guidance of the project. He/she will be the project’s main point of contact for USAID and all other stakeholders. The COP will also be responsible for overall project management and technical operations to ensure that the project tasks are completed and the objectives of the project are successfully met. It is expected that the COP will be located in Tunis, Tunisia, with anticipated project-funded travel throughout the country.

Tunisia
https://jobs-fhi360.icims.com/jobs/18430/chief-of-party/job?mode=view
https://pcdnetwork.org/job/fhi-360-tunisia-18-chief-of-party/

MAPLIGHT: Data Analyst

MapLight

MapLight, an innovative, award-winning nonprofit that tracks money’s influence on politics, is seeking a Data Analyst to join its dedicated data team. This position is full-time and based in Berkeley, California.

In this role, you will help turn campaign finance data into compelling stories about the influence of money in politics. You will work closely with both the Data and Editorial teams to analyze legislation and campaign finance data. This role will focus on generating analyses of money and influence for use internally and for external publication, as well as improving the quality and usability of our datasets. You should both have a nuanced approach to qualitative research and be comfortable working with big data.

The ideal candidate is a self-starter with excellent attention to detail. You should be a team player able to balance multiple tasks with a passion for bringing political data to life for a general audience.

Berkeley, CA
[email protected]
https://pcdnetwork.org/job/maplight-berkeley-ca-usa-18-data-analyst-at-innovative-nonprofit/

DATA & SOCIETY RESEARCH INSTITUTE: Fellowship Manager

Data & Society Research Institute

Data & Society Research Institute is seeking a Fellowship Manager to enhance, experiment with, and take in new directions Data & Society’s fellowship program. This role is a half-time, 15-month commitment, with room to grow to full time and extend beyond the initial period. The position is based out of our New York City office, and starts immediately.

About Data & Society’s Fellowship Program

Data & Society got off the ground with an inaugural class of a dozen amazing fellows. As the Institute has grown and welcomed subsequent classes of fellows, engaging with a diverse mix of thinkers and doers has continued to be a key component of Data & Society’s field-building mission. We see an enormous need and opportunity to continue to expand and thicken the network of people and organizations engaged on data and society issues. Fellowships and residencies of all kinds remain an essential tool in this regard.

Fellowship Manager

You will be responsible for ensuring the success of Data & Society’s 2017-18 fellowship class, developing the fellowship program, and for experimenting with new approaches to institutional rotation at the Institute. You have deep experience in program design and management, community-building, and mentorship. Your leadership will contribute meaningfully to Data & Society’s activities and the network we’re building.

To apply, please submit the following to [email protected]:

A cover letter explaining your interest in this role and your experience with similar program development and mentorship roles.
(Please also include the names, affiliations, and email addresses of two references)
Your resume/CV.
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Please feel free to contact us at [email protected] should you have any questions about the position. Questions about the opportunity or process will not reflect negatively on your application.

New York City, NY
https://datasociety.net/blog/jobs/fellowship-manager/?utm_content=buffer5c067&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer
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TIDES: Director of Consulting and Advisory Services

Tides

Tides Client Services Department interacts directly with Tides clients to provide strategic and management services to drive high impact, effective philanthropy and to scale promising social ventures. The Director, Consulting and Advisory Services will lead Tides ongoing engagement with existing clients to understand how to better respond to and scale clients’ strategic goals. Other responsibilities include: developing, and delivering and marketing a core and enhanced services model for Tides to offer clients; leading Tides Affiliate Consulting referral program; contributing to Tides communications, voice and influence activities; and coordinating a cross-departmental conference engagement strategy. This position can be located in New York or San Francisco.

San Francisco, CA
https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=thetides&jobId=191185&lang=en_US&source=CC3
https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=thetides&jobId=191185&lang=en_US&source=CC3

REDF: Director of Talent


The Director of Talent is responsible for providing strategic and operational leadership to recruit, develop and sustain a passionate, innovative and collaborative team of highly motivated professionals.  She/He will provide leadership for creating an environment in which staff is engaged, valued and developed. The DOT needs to be hands-on and tactical, a real doer and multi-tasker with a roll-up your sleeves work style.

All info can be found here: http://redf.org/who-we-are/careers/


NOYES FOUNDATION: Graduate Impact Investing Intern

Noyes Foundation

The Impact Investing Internship:

This spring, we are looking for a graduate school intern to work in our New York office 1 to 2 days per week to help us with the execution of our social justice investing research agenda that is informed by our recent impact investing advisor search. This reserch will build on Noyes’ history of responsible, sustainable and impact investing. Specific projects range from conducting research and coordinating the writing and production of a research publication that looks at Noyes history of social investing and the learnings from our recent impact investing advisor search to working with the president and finance committee to complete and ultimately document this process for the field. A key element of this work will be the exploration of the linkage between impact investing and social justice and the translation of our program goals into our investment strategy.

The candidate needs to have a strong passion for responsible investing (SRI, ESG, and Impact investing) and social justice and will be familiar with investment management concepts and products. The candidate can be studying any major, but preference will be given to students with a strong research skills and experience in investment management and research. We are seeking a strong mix of qualitative and quantitative skills. Exceptional writing skills are also required. Preference for students to spend at least one full 8 hour day on-site, but with the option to work the balance of their hours on site, on campus or remotely.

Noyes is an equal opportunity employer. No applicant for employment shall be subjected to discrimination because of race, color, sex, national origin, religion, disability, age, sexual orientation or parental or immigration status.

This is a paid internship. Please forward a cover letter, resume and writing sample to the attention of Steven Godeke, Trustee, at [email protected]

New York City, NY
[email protected]
http://www.noyes.org/about-us/jobs/internship-spring-2017

GIVE DIRECTLY: Strategic Partnerships Manager

Give Directly

We’re looking to accelerate the growth of our fundraising by bringing on a talented partnerships manager to build and deepen relationships with other organizations that can help promote the GiveDirectly brand and cause. You’ll work directly with our marketing team to prioritize partnership opportunities and then connect with high-potential organizations.

Responsibilities
Source new fundraising partnership opportunities for GiveDirectly to expand our grassroots donor base
Negotiate terms with potential partners
Manage relationships with existing fundraising partners
We are looking for people with:

5+ years of relevant experience in business development or partnership management
Exceptional communications skills
The ability to structure an open ended question and to prioritize opportunities
A preference for a fast-paced, start-up work environment
A willingness to give and receive direct, honest feedback

Background
GiveDirectly aims to reshape international giving. We provide an end-to-end platform that enables funders to provide direct cash transfers to people living in extreme poverty. We are among the fastest-growing international development non-profits and are recipients of a Google Global Impact Award and a top rating from GiveWell.

Our unorthodox approach – allowing the poor, and not the donor, to choose how to invest – has driven debate both in press and policy circles (e.g., NPR’s This American Life, Foreign Affairs, The Economist, New York Times, The Guardian). We are also known for our extensive integration of technology into field processes; our quantitative approach to performance measurement; and our commitment to rigorous, independent, experimental evaluation of our impact, with one Randomized Controlled Trial completed and multiple additional RCTs in progress.

We are looking for exceptional talent to help build a startup into a world-class organization. Our culture is professional, analytical, non-hierarchical, fast-paced, and blunt, and we’re looking for people that match that description. We are open to candidates from any industry; we typically recruit from top private-sector firms and offer competitive salary and benefits.

New York City, NY
https://givedirectly.recruiterbox.com/jobs/fk06glq
https://givedirectly.recruiterbox.com/jobs/fk06glq

LOYOLA UNIVERSITY: Center Director & Clinical Instructor in Social Enterprise

Social Enterprise Alliance

Loyola University Chicago’s Quinlan School of Business invites applicants for a non-tenure-track, full-time position that combines the opportunities of Center Director and Clinical Instructor in Social Enterprise, starting in Fall 2017. The ideal applicant would hold teaching and administrative experience in social enterprise, social entrepreneurship, corporate social responsibility, or a related field. This full-time Clinical Instructor appointment may be made at the Senior or Executive Lecturer level, depending on qualifications.

EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
Qualifications for the position include a master’s degree or a doctorate in business or a related field, as well as administrative experience in a setting related to social enterprise. Prior experience in conceiving and directing educational programming is valuable. Demonstrated teaching skills in social enterprise, social entrepreneurship, corporate social responsibility, or a related field are desired.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS
More information about the position and how to apply may be found at:

www.careers.luc.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=59459.

Interested applicants should submit all required materials electronically through this website. Review of applications is underway and will continue until the position is filled.

Loyola University, Chicago
https://www.careers.luc.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/frameset/Frameset.jsp?time=1486498606346
https://www.careers.luc.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/frameset/Frameset.jsp?time=1486498606346

ANDE: Systems Specialist

Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

You are a tech guru who thinks a lot about developing economies and changing the world. When your friends or family have technology question, you are their genius bar. You love figuring out how things work and then helping others learn, too. If a sync fails, an error pops up or a program crashes, you are more curious than annoyed. Not only can you spend hours tinkering with tech, but also, you like trouble-shooting for good. If there was a “Tech Support Without Borders”, you’d be first on the plane. You love the idea that your computer skills could contribute to a better livelihood for an entrepreneur in a developing country. UX, SQL and ITC4D are more than just acronyms to you. They are your passions.

- Day to day work is about one third trouble shooting, one third system and data maintenance and one third proactive development to improve systems for team needs.
- Develop staff training and perform proactive improvements for all current systems in use: Salesforce CRM database, website, interactive community portal (YourMembership), webinar software (GotoWebinar and GotoMeeting), survey tools (Survey Monkey and Clicktools), file sharing library (Office 365) and email marking platform (iContact), Salesforce Add-Ins like Conga Composer.
- Responsible for vendor and consultant relationships as they relate to systems.
- The Aspen Institute has an IT Department to focus on hardware, this position will focus on the use of all technology platforms used by the ANDE staff and our members.

Knowledge, Education, and Experience:
The ideal candidate for this role is described as:

- Patient, kind, proactive and excited about learning new technology skills and helping others to master their own technology skills.
- Passionate about clean data and user friendly and efficient systems as they are about entrepreneurial ecosystem in developing countries to alleviate poverty.
- Holds a deep understanding of Salesforce and is familiar with basic principles of relational database design and management and API development.
- Prefer a candidate with experience with survey tools, website maintenance and development, can write SQL or SOQL.
- User experience oriented whether it’s designing a training, building a database or improving the website.
- When presented with a challenge, he or she would not say “that can’t be done”, but explain why it might be difficult or suggest an alternate method to reach the same goal.
- Has 3 -5 years experience working in a similar role

Applicants should provide the last three years of salary history in their cover letter.

Washington D.C.
https://aspeninstitute.hrmdirect.com/employment/job-opening.php?req=479797&&&nohd#job
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DEMOCRACY FUND: Director of Evaluation

Democracy FUnd

Director of Evaluation

Democracy Fund is seeking an experienced professional to serve as its Director of Evaluation to support the Democracy Fund in becoming a best-in-class learning organization that consistently learns from its failures as well as its successes. As part of Democracy Fund’s Strategy, Impact, and Learning team, the Director will support an evaluative cycle that involves (a) seeking to understand our democracy as a complex social system, (b) helping to develop strategies for engaging that system, and (c) learning from our activities so that we can engage more effectively over time.

The Director will work with Democracy Fund’s program teams to design and implement a coordinated and comprehensive strategy for measuring the impact of our programs to ensure that the organization deepens and broadens its influence. In collaboration with other departments, the Director will develop key ways to understand and evaluate programmatic impacts and how those impacts may contribute to sustainable social change at the systemic level. The Director will work with the program teams to build buy-in and capacity for the Democracy Fund to continuously adapt its programs based on ongoing self-assessment, and lead efforts to conceptualize and implement a longitudinal strategic evaluation plan designed to improve internal program practices.

Internally, the Director will manage the development and implementation of pathways towards assessing our progress and learning from our programs and investments. Externally, the Director will engage with researchers, evaluators, and other thought leaders in the field in order to stay abreast of new research, guide future research to address critical questions, and share what the Democracy Fund has learned from its own experimentation.

The Director of Evaluation will report to the Vice President of Strategy, Impact, and Learning.

Washington D.C.
http://democracyfund.applytojob.com/apply/uleB7njuNi/Director-Of-Evaluation
http://www.democracyfund.org/page/jobs#EVAL

GIVE DIRECTLY: Community Relations Associate

Give Directly

The GiveDirectly donor relations team is growing. We are looking for someone with a sharp eye for detail who is passionate about delivering great customer service and who will love interacting with our donors, helping them send cash to people in need. This position is based out of our New York City office.

Responsibilities
Respond to inquiries from donors and the general public by email and telephone
Resolve donor questions or issues promptly
Perform data entry and administrative tasks related to donation processing
Help maintain accurate records across numerous databases and payments platforms
Communicate/collaborate effectively with members of our international team as needed

We are looking for people with:

Bachelor's degree or significant relevant experience
Exceptional communications skills
The ability to prioritize and problem-solve in a fast-paced setting
Value the intensity and open-endedness of a small organization over the stability and comfort of a larger corporation.
A willingness to give and receive direct, honest feedback

Background
GiveDirectly aims to reshape international giving. We provide an end-to-end platform that enables funders to provide direct cash transfers to people living in extreme poverty. We are among the fastest-growing international development non-profits and are recipients of a Google Global Impact Award and a top rating from GiveWell.

Our unorthodox approach – allowing the poor, and not the donor, to choose how to invest – has driven debate both in press and policy circles (e.g., NPR’s This American Life, Foreign Affairs, The Economist, New York Times, The Guardian). We are also known for our extensive integration of technology into field processes; our quantitative approach to performance measurement; and our commitment to rigorous, independent, experimental evaluation of our impact, with one Randomized Controlled Trial completed and multiple additional RCTs in progress.

We are looking for exceptional talent to help build a startup into a world-class organization. Our culture is professional, analytical, non-hierarchical, fast-paced, and blunt, and we’re looking for people that match that description. We are open to candidates from any industry; we typically recruit from top private-sector firms and offer competitive salary and benefits.

New York City, NY
https://givedirectly.recruiterbox.com/jobs/fk0muqq
https://givedirectly.recruiterbox.com/jobs/fk0muqq

LIVING CITIES: Managing Director of Catalyst Funds

Living Cities

This is an exciting opportunity for a strategic leader to blend public, private, and philanthropic financial resources in new ways to improve cities and the lives of their low-income residents. Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer and partnering with an outstanding team of colleagues, associates, consultants and external partners, the Managing Director will manage the lending activities for the Catalyst and Blended Catalyst Funds, leading the development of strategy for the funds, accelerating the adoption of innovative financing, and sharing insights with the broader field.

Washington D.C.
https://www.on-ramps.com/login?apply=1
https://www.on-ramps.com/jobs/1168

ANDE: Director of Operations and Talent Management

ANDE

The Aspen Institute

The Aspen Institute is an educational and policy studies organization based in Washington, DC. Its mission is to foster leadership based on enduring values and to provide a nonpartisan venue for dealing with critical issues. The Institute has campuses in Aspen, Colorado, and on the Wye River on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. It also maintains offices in New York City and has an international network of partners

The Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs (ANDE)

The Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs (ANDE) is a global network of organizations that propel entrepreneurship in emerging markets. ANDE members provide critical financial, educational, and business support services to small and growing businesses (SGBs) based on the conviction that SGBs will create jobs, stimulate long-term economic growth, and produce environmental and social benefits. Ultimately, we believe that SGBS can help lift countries out of poverty.

Members of ANDE include both for and nonprofit investment funds, capacity development providers, research and academic institutions, development finance institutions and corporations from around the world. Launched with 34 members in 2009, ANDE now comprises over 260 members who collectively operate in more than 150 countries.

For more information please visit www.andeglobal.org

You have a proven track record of moving from scotch tape and rubber bands to a well-oiled machine that defies gravity. You dream in Excel and fantasize about ways to better organize traffic flows in your daily commute. You passionately believe that if you can support the right people in the right roles, magic can happen. You love the idea that your extreme attention to detail could contribute to a better livelihood for entrepreneurs in an emerging market. Yet you are patient and emphatic with colleagues who may not be as organized as yourself and are willing to teach them your well-honed tricks of the trade.

Position Description:

Reporting to the Executive Director of ANDE and working closely with the executive team, the Director of Operations and Talent Management will ensure that ANDE is able to deliver on key strategic priorities, programmatic areas and grant deliverables across the global organization.

- Work with the local office and all regional chapters to ensure that ships run on time and that resources (financial and human capital) are being appropriately allocated and utilized.
- Implement and manage a robust talent management strategy that includes new plans for recruiting, onboarding, compensating, training, evaluating and coaching/providing professional development and growth opportunities to staff.
- Work closely with senior management, finance, and program staff to develop and oversee budgeting across the organization.
- Oversee operational implementation and management of grants, with an emphasis on human resources and finance.

The ideal candidate for this role:

- Has significant experience managing operations for a growing organization operating across several continents.
- Is passionate about creating and maintaining systems and processes.
- Has significant human resource experience within professional development, organizational design and training.
- Is a whiz at Excel and can develop budgets in his or her sleep.
- Has experience working at an organization that is moving from start-up mode to a larger, more-established enterprise.
- Has a minimum of five years’ experience in a senior management role.
- International experience highly preferred.

Washington D.C.
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RIPPLEWORKS: Head of Venture Development

RippleWorks

The primary responsibility of the Head of Venture Development is to identify the most promising, impactful companies in the world to drive the growth of RippleWorks’ portfolio. Build and manage relationships with leading venture capitalists, institutional funders, and entrepreneurs in the US and emerging markets.

 

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Redwood City, CA
https://careers.jobscore.com/careers/rippleworksfoundation/jobs/head-of-venture-development-dMdd3aUnCr5O_jdG1ZS6tF

WOMEN’S BEAN PROJECT: Director of Program Operations

WOMEN'S BEAN PROJECT

Women’s Bean Project is looking for a professional with a Master’s in Social Work who will demonstrate leadership in achieving the Bean Project mission by setting a positive example, seeking innovation and thinking opportunistically. The right candidate will thrive in a fast-paced and changing work environment. They will have an open communication management style, and will be dedicated to helping women move out of poverty and into employment.

RESPONSIBILITIES

- Program Operations. Lead development of program curriculum design and direction, including planning program activities and securing and managing volunteers. Actively promote the integration of the program and business operations of Women’s Bean Project.
- Personnel and Volunteer Management. Manage program staff. Identify volunteer needs, assist with volunteer recruitment and manage program volunteers. Establish and maintain a collaborative working relationship with fellow team members. Supervise social work candidates and other interns assigned to Women’s Bean Project’s program department.
- Reporting and Evaluation. Track program data and prepare monthly reports for all constituents. Assist 3rd party evaluators with their assessments, ensuring all necessary data is tracked and provided. Provide reports for grant funding as needed.
- Community Outreach and Stakeholder relations. Represent Women’s Bean Project in the community to prospective employers, referral partners and other community organizations on the self-sufficiency continuum. Identify and cultivate new partners.
- Coaching and Case Management. Serve as a role model and coach program participants in job readiness, life skills and basic needs development.
- Payroll Supervision. Work with Controller and other staff to review and approve hours for Program Participants’ payroll.

EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
- Master’s in Social Work
- Set a positive example, seek innovation and think opportunistically.
- Demonstrated expertise with Microsoft Office software
- Big picture thinking to quickly understand the details of Women’s Bean Project and the overarching strategy and goals, seeking innovative and creative solutions to help drive program results.
- A minimum of 3-5 years of work experience, preferably with job readiness training and life skills training programs, services and principles. Experience in a social enterprise a plus.
- Outstanding communications skills and ability to work in a team environment and the ability to interact effectively with diverse groups, including management staff, clients, funders, vendors and board members.
- Proven success working in a multi-faceted, multi-task environment. Demonstrated flexibility and adaptability.
- Excellent and effective verbal, written and analytical skills, including the ability to plan, coordinate and schedule work flow

Email your resume and cover letter to [email protected]
DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 23, 2017

Denver, CO
[email protected]
https://socialenterprise.us/job/director-of-program-operations/

DIAL: Director of Technology, T4D Open Source Software Incubator & Accelerator

DIAL

Overview:

DIAL seeks to establish a new program to provide services to and collaborative support for open source projects developing systems to address the needs of the international development and humanitarian communities.

There are a number of successful and impactful T4D OSS projects including OpenMRS, OpenDataKit, and RapidPro. However, a large number of T4D software projects suffer from a lack of a permanent home and the basic structures for ongoing investment and development.

This new T4D OSS Project Incubator & Accelerator will provide a home for projects, support continuity of investment, and provide key services to help projects succeed. These include:

Help establishing effect project governance models.
Help establishing effective software project management and contribution models.
Support in engaging and managing communities of contributors and implementers.
Technical, architectural, and coding support.

The Director of Technology and Director of Community jointly share responsibility for the overall and holistic success of hosted projects. The Director of Technology is directly responsible for the technical success of hosted projects. This includes aiding project teams in effective management of their product roadmaps, architectural designs, tech stack choices, and code contribution processes.

Each hosted project will establish governance and leadership structures within the framework of the overall organization. The Director of Technology may contribute to projects, serve directly on project committees, or act in an advisory role as determined by the Director of Community and the project leadership.

Along with the Director of Community, the Director of Technology is responsible for cultivating a collaborative, effective, and successful technical community around all hosted projects.
Responsibilities:

Develop standards, recommendations, and guidance on technical governance of hosted open source projects.
Manage additional technical resources that the organization may contribute to projects, including but not limited to software development grants.
Recruit and manage in-kind software development contributions from volunteers, individuals, and third-party organizations.
Provide guidance on technical challenges and decisions faced by hosted projects.
As needed, contribute directly to hosted projects, including service to and on project steering and technical committees.
Participate in organization fundraising and other resource recruiting activities.
Selection Criteria:

Experience in OSS project technical leadership roles, such as technical committee member and/or project committer.
Excellent software development and architectural design skills—across technology stacks.
Track record of successful technical contributions to open source software projects.
Extensive experience working asynchronously on distributed teams across multiple geographies, cultures, and time zones.
Background in T4D including direct in-the-field design and implementation experience; experience in Africa or South Asia preferred.
Wide experience across technical stacks. Full stack development experience and knowledge of a range of languages and frameworks a plus.
Experience setting up infrastructure & development tools for large, distributed, collaborative software development projects.
Experience with modern packaging and deployment methodologies and services. You know how to deploy a large scale service.
Excellent collaboration skills and experience managing loose coalitions of stakeholders across cultures and geographies.
Well rounded experience including product management, product design, or other key product delivery roles a plus.
You can tell a story and enjoy pitching people on the exciting work and the projects you support.
Entrepreneurial, with a talent for creative problem solving, perseverance, flexibility and resilience. Able to thrive in environments of ambiguity and enjoys being a thought partner on new ventures.
Fun, friendly, and excited to collaborate with diverse teams.
Ability to work under pressure and handle stress.
Familiarity with diverse stakeholders in the digital development community a plus.
Ability to meet regular attendance/tardiness policy.
Ability to work under pressure and handle stress.

Washington D.C.
https://careers-unfoundation.icims.com/jobs/1418/director-of-technology-t4d-open-source-software-incubator--accelerator-dial/job

B CORP: Engagement Associate

B Lab

Business can be a force for good. B Lab is at the center of the movement to redefine success in business so that all companies compete not only to be the best in the world, but the best for the world.

Leading social enterprises like Patagonia, Etsy, Ben & Jerry’s and Sungevity (and other Pennsylvania B Corps like Dansko, United by Blue, and One Village Coffee) are certified B Corps, which is a designation B Lab created to measure and certify that businesses are doing good across all their stakeholders.
Your goal in this position is to engage Certified B Corporations through digital and in-person programs in order to foster community and help accelerate the movement of people using business as a force for good. You’ll support our community engagement team in executing purposeful and meaningful events that encourage active community participation. You’ll work with our national B Corp team, and operate day-to-day out of our headquarters in Berwyn, PA.

The B Corp Engagement Associate will primarily engage B Corporations through digital and in-person programs in order to foster community and bring out the full system-changing influence of companies through the execution of touch points at key times in the certification lifecycle. This individual will also support the team executing in-person engagement events through logistics planning and management as well as data collection and analysis.

Berywn, PA
https://jobs.lever.co/bcorporation.net/0905e0bb-6c07-4c6d-a68f-f80274b2d0ec
www.bcorporation.net

THE CLIMATE STRATEGIES ACCELERATOR: CSA Fellows

The Climate Strategies Accelerator

The CSA is both a fund –– with $20 million and counting ready to invest in new climate solutions –– and an accelerator, staffed with experts who know how to get big, audacious ideas off the ground. In 2017, we’re looking for 8-10 leaders with imaginative solutions for ending oil dependence.

Once selected, leaders will join the Oil Breakthrough Lab, a week-long boot camp and intensive 90-day accelerator designed to refine and strengthen their visions. Over the course of the lab, leaders will receive mentorship from experts; exposure to a global network of funders, luminaries, and seasoned innovators; and (most importantly) dedicated working time. Participants will come out of the lab with a polished proposal and pitch, which they’ll present to the CSA network of funders at a collaborative, in-person event. The CSA Fund will then decide if any of the candidates will move on to become Program Leaders, receiving grants of up to $1-2 million per year over a three-year period to further pursue their ideas.

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https://www.climatestrategiesaccelerator.org/?utm_source=nr
https://www.climatestrategiesaccelerator.org/?utm_source=nr

BETTER WORLD ED: Head of Educator Success

Better World Ed

You're building relationships with educators through emails, calls, hangouts, classroom visits, and focus groups -- keeping a constant pulse of what's working and what isn't for Better World Educators. You're creating trust and listening with your ears, eyes, heart, and intuition. You're observing, learning, filming, and helping the team understand what's going on in classrooms with educators and youth. You're helping us understand TOC progress.

You are onboarding new educators from diverse environments. And helping them see that they are front-line leaders of this movement. Our educator recruitment will focus initially on 4-6 key countries. You'll be onboarding educators directly through outbound/inbound outreach, building partnerships with large networks (like Khan Academy or TFA), media collaborations (like MindShift, EdSurge, or Upworthy), and sharing videos of educators using our content in classrooms around the world.

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Ideal Experience: 2-4 years teaching 3rd-6th graders + 1-3 years in a fast-paced startup environment.

Preferred Base: Bay Area.

Travel: Opportunities for travel to classrooms domestically and globally to observe and engage with educators and students.

More details at jointheteam.betterworlded.org/details.

San Francisco, CA
https://www.edsurge.com/jobs/educator-success-job-at-better-world-ed
https://www.edsurge.com/jobs/educator-success-job-at-better-world-ed

CONSCIOUS CAPITALISM: Events Coordinator

Conscious Capitalism, Inc.

Position Summary
Conscious Capitalism, Inc. (CCI) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that seeks to create a world where business is and is recognized as the greatest force for good. This 40 hour/week employment opportunity provides critical support to the Conscious Capitalism Event Producer and team primarily with the production of two annual conferences and will be involved in all aspects of organizing and executing these events. Previous event experience is required.

Specific Responsibilities Include (but are not limited to)
• Monitoring RSVPs and registration counts – meals, hotels, speakers, press, etc.
• Providing registration support and responding to attendee inquiries and requests through all appropriate channels
• Coordinating event program materials
• Supporting relationship with venue
• Tracking event finances, budgets and reporting
• Supporting the host committee in getting appropriate attendees secured
• Serving as liaison with vendors on event-related matters
• Assisting with managing onsite staff and production
• Assisting with speaker and other presenter communications
• Closing out event afterwards

Qualifications
• Previous event experience required
• Strong integrity
• Committed to the principles of Conscious Capitalism
• Excellent written and verbal communications
• Excellent follow through
• Extraordinary customer service
• Attention to detail and a high level of accuracy and accountability
• Well developed planning and organizing skills
• Self-directed – works with little supervision to accomplish goals and objectives, yet highly
collaborative team player
• Flexible
• Limited travel
• Bachelor’s degree

This is a full-time position at our new office in San Francisco, CA. Limited travel required.
Compensation: Salary for this position is competitive to comparable nonprofits and experience.

To apply
• Email a cover letter and resume to [email protected]
• Include three qualities of a successful conference

San Francisco, CA
[email protected]
http://consciouscapitalism.s3.amazonaws.com/1479173459_CC_EventAssociate-v2.pdf

AGORA PARTNERSHIPS: Programs Associate

Agora Partnerships

See website

Mexico City, Mexico
http://agorapartnerships.org/job-board/
http://agorapartnerships.org/job-board/

ENCORE.ORG: Digital Engagement Manager

Encore.org

Encore.org is a national nonprofit building a movement to tap the skills and experience of those in midlife and beyond to improve communities and the world. Originally called Civic Ventures, Encore.org was founded in 1998 by social entrepreneur Marc Freedman and grew out of a desire to transform the aging of America—one of the most significant demographic shifts of the 21st century—into a powerful, positive source of individual and social renewal. Our ultimate goal is to create a better future for young people and future generations.

This position reports to the Director of Marketing and Communications, and is a full-time, exempt position. He or she will be responsible for implementing the online engagement strategy to meet the campaign goals of engaging adults 50+ to take meaningful action to help children thrive. The Digital Engagement Manager will work across internal teams including communications, partnerships, and IT as well as the campaign leadership.

The Digital Engagement Manager will launch year-round campaign actions, primarily through email, social media, and website channels, that provide an outlet for audiences to deepen their commitment to the campaign, support recruitment of new people into the campaign, and build momentum for culture change in support of the campaign vision.

*Key Responsibilities*

- Develop and implement a ladder of engagement, beginning with conversion tactics that lead to a range of strategies to significantly grow the number of campaign constituents (in particular people 50+), deepen their engagement over time, and mobilize offline participation in campaign.
- Develop approaches to engage new and diverse audiences on important issues through creative campaign concepts and content that are underpinned by sophisticated strategic and analytical thinking.
- Lead campaign email execution, including developing content, graphics, and landing pages.
- Translate relevant current events, media attention, etc., into timely and engaging campaign engagement actions.
- Support the communications team in development of a robust social media strategy.
- Design and run experiments to test mobilization tactics (e.g., A/B email subject line tests), track and monitor metrics, share data-driven results and engage in continuous program improvement.
- Lead ongoing website refinements and additions based on overall digital engagement strategy.

*About You*

You’re passionate about the aims of the campaign. You’re a tech-savvy community organizer (or have the chops to become one). You’re eager to help people tap into their sense of passion and purpose and channel it into action. You are a great listener and writer, and you have a quick wit to distill complex issues and stories to their essence. You have the ability to switch gears rapidly and are a team player.

*Key Qualifications*

- Experience implementing digital campaigns (e.g., political advocacy, electoral, community organizing, media, etc.) that mobilize people and make change in the world.
- Proven ability to develop and deploy diverse tactics that move people to action.
- Demonstrable strong strategic thinking and campaign planning skills.
- Strong writing and communication skills for diverse audiences, especially for email engagement.
- Knowledge of best practices in online engagement strategy, from creative content to influencer engagement.
- Experience developing and using metrics to measure the success of a campaign and improve/refine it over time.
- Strong interpersonal skills with a high-energy; demonstrated negotiation, mediation and listening skills; a good sense of humor; and experience building strong professional relationships with diverse colleagues.
- Track record of demonstrating sound judgment by making appropriate decisions, knowing when to take the initiative to anticipate problems and innovate creative solutions, managing complex situations with discretion and tact, and prioritizing and completing tasks in a skillful and timely fashion.
- Strong project-management skills, including being detail-oriented and managing toward aggressive timelines.
- Working knowledge of (or ability to quickly learn) Blue State Digital Tools, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, WordPress, Webex, Salesforce, and familiarity with online collaboration tools (e.g., Google Docs, Google Hangout, Box).
- Willingness to travel domestically once a quarter.
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent and minimum five years of professional experience.

*How To Apply*

Please submit your resume in Word or PDF format, a cover letter describing your interest and qualifications, and a digital content sample (if available), by January 20, 2017. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

Please respond to these two questions in your cover letter:

- What excites you about the Gen2Gen campaign?
- What excites you about the role of Digital Engagement Manager, and what specific expertise and experiences will you draw on to do the job?

Please note: Cover letters will be judged as writing samples; no application will be considered without a cover letter. Please send your resume and letter as one document to [email protected] Name your
attachment with the format: “LastName Gen2Gen DEM 2017 Application” (e.g., “Hamilton Gen2Gen DEM 2017 Application”). Applications that do not follow this format may not be reviewed.

See website
http://encore.org/jobs-encore-org/digital-engagement-manager-encore-org-campaign-children-youth/
http://encore.org

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