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- Director – Environmental Sustainability, Philadelphia, Pensylvania, USA (password)

 


Director – Environmental Sustainability

Criterion Search Group

LocationPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania

SectorCommercial

ExperienceMid Career

PostedApr 24Criterion search group owler 20160227 172215 original

Position description

 

Spring Point Partners is an initiative of a Family Foundation that provides grants and impact investments to meet both social and financial outcomes. Spring Point Partners builds on long-held Family Foundation values that take a systematic approach to investing, a long-term perspective, and clear expectations regarding outcomes.

 

Spring Point represents a way for the next generation of the Family Foundation to build a legacy that reflects both social and economic returns. The initiative supports four areas where there is existing philanthropic and impact investment support by family members: 1) youth resiliency, 2) learning innovations, 3) animal welfare, and 4) environmental sustainability. Spring Point also wants to identify areas of intersection among those four domains.

 

Environmental Sustainability at Spring Point Partners

 

The threat of climate change motivates Spring Point to focus on alternative energy sources, the challenges of sustainable food systems, and the myriad issues related to water conservation. Spring Point supports change at multiple levels: from public policy to investment portfolios.

 

Spring Point Partners is at the early stage of creating a grant and investment portfolio that reflects our environmental values. They are beginning the journey with an emphasis on water: clean water for consumption and accessible water for everyone. Water security and accessibility will play an enormous role in shaping the 21st century in everything from health to foreign policy. It will be a major arbiter of global equality and social stability.

 

There are exciting technologies and systems changes emerging today to address water issues: innovations in water treatment and purification, managed drip systems that enable agricultural efficiency, better land management strategies to preserve water sheds, appropriate technologies that create more access, and other changes in public infrastructure financing and development.  Spring Point strives to be part of these solutions.

 

Position Overview

 

Spring Point Partners is seeking an experienced professional to develop and manage a portfolio of grants and consultant relationships for our sustainable environment program.

 

The Director of Environmental Sustainability will work closely the Family Foundation, their advisors and other Spring Point Partners staff.  S/he also has an opportunity to work with Spring Point’s investment committee and impact investment staff around relevant investments.

 

The Director of Environmental Sustainability will report to the Head of the Family Foundation Office of the Trustees.

 

Position Responsibilities:

 

·        Develop a strategy of grants and partnerships to advance Spring Point Partners thinking in environmental sustainability.

 

·        Provide quality underwriting of potential grantees in order to secure the best possibilities for long-term success.

 

·        Work with grantees and partners to ensure the maximum value from Spring Point Partners initiatives through appropriate outcome accountability.

 

·        Extract knowledge from grants and partnerships to assist the Family Foundation members and other Spring Point Partners staff with their on-going development.

 

·        Provide public representation of Spring Point Partners in forums related to the environment.

 

·        Stay current on key issues in the relevant subject areas.

 

·        Hire relevant consultants to assist with environmental initiatives and manage those contracts as appropriate.

 

Qualifications

 

·        Minimum of 10 years of professional experience in areas related to environmental issues and an advanced degree that demonstrates analytical capacity.

 

·        Background in environmental policy, environmental science, or a closely related field is required.

 

·        Background in philanthropy, family offices, or impact investing is desired.

 

·        Must will fit into the start-up culture of Spring Point Partners and possess the highest professional and ethical standards.

 

·        Commitment to social outcomes in line with Spring Point Partners.

 

·        Experience with the principals of developing strategy including the capacity to establish outcomes.

 

·        Strong analytical skills including familiarity with program design and budgeting.

 

·        Proven track record of having managed staff and consultant relationships.

 

·        Strong written and verbal communication skills including the ability to create work plans.

 

·        Domain expertise in one or more areas related to environmental sustainability.

 

·        The right person will possess a balance of personal confidence and humility, in keeping with the values of the Family Foundation.

 

·        Familiarity with either private family foundations or family offices.

 

Application instructions

 

To be considered for this position, please submit resume and cover letter. Please put "Spring Point" in the subject line.

 

*Please be sure to indicate that you saw this position on Globaljobs.org*

 


Job posted on 27 April 2017.


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- Caucasus Programme Manager (CPMNK), UK

Caucasus Programme Manager (CPMNK)

Conciliation Resources


Salary £45,535.66

Location Camden, London, Greater London

Contract

Category Intl Development , Project Management

Sectors International Development

Job Description

 

Caucasus Programme Manager (CPMNK)

 

·Fixed-term contract until 30 April 2019

 

·Full-time (37.5 hours)

 

·London-based with frequent international travel

 

· £45,535.66 plus 9% pension

 

·Closing date: 9am UK time 25 May 2017

 

·Interviews will be held in the week commencing 5 June 2017

 

We are seeking a Russian-speaking individual with strong regional and peacebuilding expertise to lead our work in regard to the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict over Nagorny Karabakh. The postholder will join a team currently of three, supporting our long-term peacebuilding work in the South Caucasus.

 

The postholder will be responsible for strategic and operational planning of the work, setting an annual budget and raising funds to support the development of the programme. They will lead on and oversee the successful delivery of activities, and will contribute to organisational development through learning and practice. They will act as Conciliation Resources’ principal contact within the EPNK (European Partnership for the Peaceful Settlement of the Conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh) consortium. The post will require a good understanding of peace processes, and experience of working closely with local organisations and individuals, including at policy level. We are seeking an individual able to work as part of a team as well as independently, and prepared to undertake frequent travel to the region and elsewhere, who will act as a lead representative for the programme and its work.

 

The client is happy to conduct telephone interviews for overseas candidates.

 


Job posted on 27 April 2017.


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- Senior Advocacy Officer, UK (password)

 
- Programme Manager - DRC, Congo, Africa

Programme Manager - DRC

Tearfund

Salary £33,148

Location Congo, Africa

Contract

Category Christian , Management

Sectors International Development

Job Description

 

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an individual with proven humanitarian and partner management experience to join our team in the DRC as Programme Manager.

 

The Programme Manager assists the DRC Country Director in the management of the programme and partners with responsibility for ensuring that projects are identified, designed, planned, implemented, monitored, evaluated and reported in accordance with Tearfund’s Quality Standards & within Tearfund’s management systems. The post holder will represent and advocate on behalf of Tearfund and its partners with donors, partner organisations and governmental bodies. The post holds specific line management responsibilities for the Grants Information Officers and Partner Administrator. The Programme Manager is a member of the Senior Management Team and reports to the Country Director.

 

The successful candidate will have a degree or equivalent in development, management studies or related subjects, plus relevant humanitarian experience which includes project management and capacity development, strategic planning and thinking and budget development and management. Additionally they will be able to demonstrate excellent people and team management skills and proven success in securing institutional funding.

 

Applicants must be committed to Tearfund's Christian beliefs. Excellent written and verbal communication skills in French and English.


Job posted on 27 April 2017.


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