The International Rescue Committee provides assistance to those whose lives and means of subsistence are destroyed by conflict and catastrophe so that they can endure, recover, and take charge of their future.
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The IRC’s goal is to assist those whose lives and means of support have been destroyed by war or natural catastrophe in surviving, recovering, and taking charge of their future.
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About NGO Jobs in USA-Associate Director, Global New Business
A worldwide relationship and/or sales manager who has experience directly prospecting, developing, and concluding 6-figure corporate relationships in support of humanitarian and development activities is the perfect candidate. They’ll have practical knowledge of creating extensive, 360-degree corporate collaborations. (ideally with proven knowledge and success across modalities inclusive of grants, cause marketing, in-kind, employee engagement, workplace giving, operational partnerships). Additionally, they will exhibit enthusiasm for the IRC’s purpose, a thorough knowledge of private sector fundraising, and a commitment to the group’s principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Responsibilities of the NGO Jobs in USA-Associate Director, Global New Business
- Implements the new business vision and targets for Global Corporate Partnerships team, across a set of sectors, in close collaboration with the other members of the New Business pillar, as well as Account Management.
- Works with relevant teams and support functions to identify and connect with prospective corporate donors, building tailored strategies for each.
- Proactively contacts corporate prospects and establishes initial relationships on behalf of the IRC.
- Reactively fields incoming requests from corporate prospects on behalf of the IRC and categorizes them across sectors, return on investment and capacity.
- Personally cultivates and solicits high-level, high-impact partnerships, with the aim of transitioning these partnerships to long-term relationships with the IRC under the Account Management team.
- Remains up to date with the latest trends on global partnership management across industries and sectors.
- Provides dynamic and effective thought leadership towards increased financial and non-financial engagement with business, inclusive of operational partnerships, cause-related marketing, gifts-in-kind, employee engagement, advocacy, and thought leadership.
- Act as an inspiring leader within International Philanthropy & Partnerships (IPP)-teaming up with fellow IPP ADs and Directors, in maintaining, encouraging and developing an outstanding global fundraising team to support the IRC’s income aspirations.
- Support the team’s and organization’s DEI efforts through development of multi-faceted partnerships that benefit clients with varying backgrounds.
- Collaborate on the conceptualization, development and implementation of standards, tools and procedures towards an outstanding approach to international private sector engagement and fundraising.
- Collaborate across other External Relations teams on initiatives that span departments to include but not be limited to our joint dedication to a diverse, positive and inclusive work environment.
Requirements of the NGO Jobs in USA-Associate Director, Global New Business
- 8 years of related experience, or a bachelor’s or master’s degree;
- extensive knowledge in corporate partnership fundraising, preferably within a large or medium charity, with a track record of both developing and securing high-level corporate relationships that are beneficial to both parties.
- line management, hiring, performance management, and talent retention experience.
Advantages of the NGO Jobs in USA-Associate Director, Global New Business
We provide a wide range of advantages that are very competitively priced. The following are examples of US benefits: 10 sick days, 10 US holidays, 20–25 paid vacation days (depending on position and tenure), medical insurance starting at $145 per month, dental insurance starting at $7 per month, and vision insurance starting at $5 per month; a flexible spending account (FSA) for medical, child care, and commuter expenses; a 403b retirement savings plan with up to 4.5% immediately vested matching contribution plus a 3-7% base IRC contribution (3 year vesting); disability and life insurance