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Concern Worldwide has nearly 3,000 staff working in 30 countries, who are committed to transforming concern into action and working toward a common goal. Join us.

 

US opportunities

Concern Worldwide US is seeking a talented Director of Human Resources who can manage and further advance the organization’s Human Resource profile to attract, develop, motivate, and retain productive, engaged employees. In collaboration with and under the direction of the VP of Finance and Administration, the Director of Human Resources will be responsible for the Human Resource and Administration function of Concern Worldwide US and provide assistance to the international network of Concern Worldwide on human resources and recruitment.  In addition, a primary responsibility of this role is to lead the organization in fulfilling its strategic vision of becoming a top tier employer in our market and sought out by candidates as a primary choice for employment.

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This dual reporting role is based in our New York office and encompasses both administrative and clerical duties as well as providing support to the GCC Program and the Education Officer.  The successful candidate will provide general office support including but not limited to: answering incoming phone calls, directing calls to appropriate staff members, mail distribution, maintaining office supplies, monthly billing, and bill reconciliation.  Please note that this position will go to part-time (20 hours per week/GCC) after the maternity coverage portion ends.

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The Development manager pursues funding and partnerships that will enable Concern Worldwide US to sustain and scale up the most successful innovations developed and field-tested through Innovations for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health.  For example, two of the innovations are Maker, a design-and-build hub in Kenya  for maternity care equipment and Community Health Nurse On the Go, a multifunction mobile app  for nurses in Ghana.  S/he will be responsible for seeking out new partners, donors and investors and creatively pitching the Innovations to both traditional and non-conventional funders.

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The Vice President of Development plays a key role in leading and driving the roll-out of an effective fundraising and donor care strategy to generate and sustain support from the private sector including corporate and private foundations, first, mid-level and major donors, special events, engaging the Board of Directors and leading a growing dynamic development team to enable the organization to achieve its goals.  This position calls for a passionate individual that will create and drive a vision for growth, motivating and engaging the team of fundraising professionals to surpass their expectations and creating an atmosphere of innovation and excellence.

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This position reports to the Vice President of Development and drives the establishment and pursuit of individual fundraising goals. The scope of this role includes all major donor and individual giving programs, with responsibility for building a portfolio of major gifts and individual donations to support the organization’s near and long-term growth;

The identification, cultivation, solicitation strategies and stewardship of individual donors and prospects; and implementing – in conjunction with other parts of development team – a variety of creative fundraising initiatives and special events.

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The nutrition & health advisor’s prime responsibility is to ensure high quality technical support to Concern’s nutrition and health work in emergency, transition and development contexts, targeting especially extremely poor and vulnerable populations,  and to develop and document best practices and to promote organizational learning.

Based in the New York office, the successful candidate will report to the VP Programs on a day-to-day basis but will have very strong links with Concern’s office in Ireland and will be an active member of the nutrition, health (Including Community Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM) and HIV technical assistance group which is part of the Strategy, Advocacy and Learning (SAL) Unit in Dublin increasingly supporting integrated programs in health, education, livelihoods and social protection.  Approximately 40% of travel time is anticipated for this position.

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The Business Development Officer is part of the Development Team and reports to the Director of Institutional Partnerships. He/she will work closely with Concern’s Programs and Overseas Department, including our regional desks and country teams. He/she will identify new funding opportunities from the US Government, the UN and other major funding sources to maximize Concern US’s contribution to the achievement of the mission of Concern Worldwide.

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The Donor Relations Manager reports to the Vice President of Development and supervises the Donor Care Assistant and Research Officer. He/she is responsible for designing, implementing and coordinating a comprehensive donor relations program that appropriately and regularly promotes customized interaction with our much valued supporter base.  Working with the Vice President of Development, the individual will determine the best strategies for effective stewardship of donors; maintain ongoing and active networking with internal colleagues; and coordinate with the fundraising team on the development of engagement strategies with donors. The Manager is responsible for the design and operations of a centralized gift acknowledgement and fund stewardship program. The Manager oversees the organizations adherence to Concern’s policies related to stewardship, reporting on receipt of gifts; adherence to relevant state laws, as well as required reporting to the Vice President of Development on such matters.

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Please check this page often, as we update the vacancy page regularly. Concern aims to ensure that all employees are valued for their contribution and are given the opportunity to realize their full potential with the organization. Concern Worldwide U.S. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.