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Business Development Manager

The business development manager will report to the CEO and will be expected to develop resource development strategies and manage day-to-day business development activities, including creating an internal opportunity tracking system; drafting organizational qualifications and capability statements; managing capture activities; and coordinating the preparation of technical and cost proposals, with the goal of increasing and diversifying Cadasta’s existing pool of donors.

Business Development Associate

Equal Access International (EAI) – a non-governmental organization (NGO) headquartered in Washington, D.C. – partners with communities around the world to co-create sustainable solutions utilizing community engagement and participatory media and technology. With funding from bi-laterals, multi-laterals, foundations, and individual donors, EAI has a 17-year record of accomplishment implementing social change projects and currently operates in Afghanistan, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Chad, Kenya, Mali, Nepal, Niger, Nigeria, and the Philippines.

EAI seeks a highly motivated Business Development Associate to support our business development efforts. Working with the Director of Business Development, the Associate will support BD efforts from opportunity identification and capture, through proposal management and after action knowledge management. The successful candidate will be able to successfully coordinate multiple live and capture proposal efforts simultaneously.

Sr. Director, Procurement Operations and Grants Management

The Senior Director, Procurement Operations and Grants Management provides leadership in expanding the organization’s global procurement capacities, as well as in the accounting, budgeting, reporting, and compliance functions in support of SOI’s multiple sources of funding. Reporting to the Vice President Finance/Controller, the Senior Director is responsible for building robust processes and tools to drive greater value in global procurement, and in ensuring exceptional business support and financial reporting over the lifecycles of all donor funded programmatic activity. Overall functions include oversight of accounting systems, financial reporting, procurement operations, and compliance related to SOI’s global unrestricted and restricted funded operations. The Senior Director leads the unit responsible for oversight of the financial and compliance performance for programmatic operations including, but not limited to Health, Unified Schools, Young Athletes, Games & Sports, and other activities directly aligned to SOI’s global strategic plan. The position is responsible for overall financial management supporting these operations including budgeting and other business development support, accounting operations, cash management, and the implementation of business process improvements that foster efficient utilization of SOI’s unrestricted and restricted resources.

COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS MANAGER

The International Food Policy Research Institute seeks a Compensation and Benefits Manager to administer the salary and benefits programs in the US and overseas, assuring that the salary program is fair and competitive, that employees are paid accurately, and that the wide array of benefits programs are managed effectively and in compliance with local, national and international regulations and standards. The incumbent communicates with employees in all locations to ensure understanding and to assist in resolving problems.

Business Development Associate

World Learning seeks a Business Development Associate to join the Business Development Unit (BDU) under the Institutional Advancement and Learning Division. The Business Development Associate will support business development desk operations and proposal development, while gaining firsthand knowledge of foreign development assistance, funding trends, and strategic programming.

Program Manager – Asia Division Temporary Part Time

Interim Program Manager – Asia Division Temporary Part Time

This position, based in Freedom House’s Washington, DC office, will lead the organization’s program activities in the Asia region for a four to five-month period while Freedom House’s permanent manager for the region is away on leave. This includes implementing existing and (pending receipt of funding) launching new projects and developing proposals to USG agencies for new projects. It also includes managing the department’s overall budget and supervising DC- and field-based staff and consultants.

Program Director, Asia Region

Program Director, Asia Region

POSITION SUMMARY

This position sits in the International Programs Division of Freedom House, a non-governmental organization dedicated to the promotion of democracy and human rights around the world. The position, which oversees a small team of staff, is responsible for providing strategic leadership and vision for all Freedom House activities in and related to Asia, first and foremost on the ground programming, but also policy research and advocacy in line with the organization’s mission and strategic framework. In addition, the position is responsible for overall implementation of the Human Rights Support Mechanism, a five-year USAID global Leader with Associates award led by Freedom House in partnership with other non-governmental organizations. This includes spearheading the development and implementation of field and Washington-based programs and activities; managing and leading the Freedom House implementing consortium; developing, overseeing, and promoting all HRSM program activities carried out by Freedom House; and serving as the main point of contact with USAID and collaborating with the Agency to ensure that the mechanism achieves its goals. The position also oversees all technical and financial reporting to USAID.

The estimated relative level of effort for the Asia program/Human Rights Support Mechanism elements of the position is 65/35 percent. The position is based in Freedom House’s Washington, DC office and cannot be performed remotely. Approximately 20 percent of the director’s time will be spent traveling overseas, primarily to Asia.

CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER

HarvestPlus is seeking a highly motivated Chief Financial Officer to lead the operational oversight of HarvestPlus’ financial matters, reporting directly to the HarvestPlus Chief Executive Officer. The CFO will play a key role in a global review of current systems, and will be charged not only with the ongoing oversight of HarvestPlus finance and administration functions, but also play an especially important role in the review and resolution of the current operating complexities posed by the current cross-organizational accounting and contracting.

1940 Auditor, Latin America & the Caribbean

The Auditor conducts financial monitoring of NED Grantees in the LAC Region. This shall include conducting risk assessments and monitoring of grantees compliance with Federal rules and regulations and NED’s grant making policies and procedures.

Finance and Accounting Officer

The Finance and Accounting Officer supports the Director of Finance in carrying out certain responsibilities of the Operations Department that will allow department management timely access to financial statements to perform analysis of actual vs budget variances and forecasting. This position is also responsible for ensuring OGP’s compliance with all aspects of the procurement processes and awarded contracts and outgoing grants as well as for ensuring compliance with the financial terms and conditions of grants received by OGP. The Finance and Accounting Officer will report to the Director of Finance.

Finance and Accounting Officer is an exempt position. Exempt employees are expected to work the appropriate and necessary time in order to complete key assignments and related tasks on schedule.

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