Senior Manager, Programs and Development

Reports to: National Director
Location: Toronto, ON

Organizational Profile:
Partners In Health (PIH) is a global health organization relentlessly committed to improving the health of the poor and marginalized. PIH partners with local governments to build local capacity and works closely with impoverished communities to deliver high-quality health care, address the root causes of illness, train providers, advance research, and advocate for global policy change. PIH has implementation programs in Haiti, Rwanda, Lesotho, Liberia, Malawi, Peru, Mexico, Russia, Sierra Leone and Navajo Nation. Partners In Health Canada, founded in 2011, is the first national organization in the PIH family outside the United States dedicated to raising funds and developing partnerships in support of this work.

General Responsibilities:
Reporting to the National Director as a key member of a small, multi-tasking team, the Senior Manager, Programs and Development will lead PIH Canada’s funding proposals, grants management, and reporting processes. The successful applicant will be responsible for internal tracking and management of restricted grants to PIH Canada across individual, corporate and foundation giving, as well as administrative oversight of PIH Canada-supported projects. The position will coordinate with colleagues in Boston and at field sites with respect to project budgeting, M&E, and program implementation, and will maintain internal PIH Canada grant tracking systems and record keeping.

Specific Responsibilities:

Program Management (60%)
• Organize and oversee PIH Canada’s international grant portfolio in collaboration with field sites and PIH Boston office
• Provide technical guidance and support to field sites for quality program implementation and compliance
• Manage calendar of reports due to funders and timing of narrative and financial reporting requirements; liaise with program and finance staff to fulfill content requirements and write and develop reports
• Maintain internal administrative oversight and compliance of PIH Canada-funded initiatives by ensuring up-to-date and accurate agency agreements with PIH sister organizations; other contractual arrangements as required
• Occasional travel to field sites for project monitoring and collaborations with project managers and programmatic and administrative staff

Proposal Development (40%)
• Play lead role on proposal development for public sector and foundation development opportunities in support of PIH strategic plan and PIH Canada organizational priorities
• Lead discussions with internal stakeholders to define proposal strategies for existing funders and new opportunities
• Serve as prime relationship-manager for select funders in grant portfolio

Qualifications:
• Minimum of seven years of proposal development and grant management and/or related programmatic experience in international development context
• Familiarity and experience with Canadian public sector funding environment
• Outstanding organizational skills: ability to manage projects from creation to completion, plan and prioritize multiple projects and meet tight deadlines.
• Excellent writing and editing skills.
• Demonstrated integrity and professionalism
• Interest in social justice and global health
• Fluently bilingual: English / French. Candidates without spoken and written French competency will not be considered.

Application Instructions:

To apply, please send CV and cover letter to pihcanada@pih.org with ‘Senior Manager, Programs and Development’ in the subject line, by Dec. 18.

We thank all applicants but regret we will be unable to respond to all submissions.



Manager, Annual Giving and Engagement

Reports to: National Director
Location: Toronto, ON

Organizational Profile:
Partners In Health (PIH) is a global health organization relentlessly committed to improving the health of the poor and marginalized. PIH partners with local governments to build local capacity and works closely with impoverished communities to deliver high-quality health care, address the root causes of illness, train providers, advance research, and advocate for global policy change. PIH has implementation programs in Haiti, Rwanda, Lesotho, Liberia, Malawi, Peru, Mexico, Russia, Sierra Leone and Navajo Nation. Partners In Health Canada, founded in 2011, is the first national organization in the PIH family outside the United States dedicated to raising funds and developing partnerships in support of this work.

Position Summary
If you’re seeking an opportunity to make a big impact and are passionate about creative communication, movement-building and advancing global health equity and social justice, we want to hear from you. Reporting to the National Director and serving as a critical member of a small, multi-tasking team, the Manager of Annual Giving and Engagement will drive PIH Canada’s annual giving and social media strategies to accelerate organizational growth. The successful applicant will be a strategic thinker with a diverse skill-set including digital marketing skills and proven experience growing revenue through creative campaigns, messaging and list-building. Strong writing, project management and organizational skills are a must, as is the ability to use and analyze data to drive decision-making.

Specific Responsibilities:

Annual Giving (60%):
• Plan and implement coordinated strategies to grow PIH Canada’s base of support among individual donors at the annual giving level – across online, email, direct mail, and peer-to-peer channels – in support of office fundraising objectives
• Use cost-benefit analysis to propose and implement new initiatives to accelerate database growth
• Create and oversee annual donor communication and stewardship calendar
• Liaise with annual giving colleagues in Boston office to make full use of organizational resources and for coordinated approach to donor communications
• Maintain and segment CRM database for targeted outreach and solicitations

Website and Social Media (30%)

• Oversee PIH Canada social media channels; build social media calendar to coincide with annual giving campaigns and broader PIH / PIH Canada programmatic and development initiatives
• Update and maintain PIH Canada website using original content and working in partnership with Boston-based communications colleagues
• Creation and maintenance of online donation and fundraising pages
• Develop plan for website improvements in order to increase online fundraising and list-building
• Track online and digital engagement using data to inform future initiatives

Other Responsibilities (10%)
• Organizational lead with external communication / marketing agencies or other partners as appropriate
• Other tasks as required including involvement in PIH Canada event and outreach initiatives.

Preferred Experience and Qualifications
• A minimum of five years progressive fundraising experience, including online and direct mail, with proven track record of annual fund growth and success
• University degree in a relevant field or demonstrated equivalent experience
• Creative thinker; demonstrated ability to conceive and implement successful list-building strategies
• Proficiency in MS Office applications (including Word, Excel); back-end CRM and marketing automation platforms (eg. Mailchimp); and WordPress. Familiarity with Adobe Creative Suites and proficiency in Raiser’s Edge are significant assets
• Passion for social media and digital engagement
• Outstanding organizational skills: ability to manage projects from creation to completion, plan and prioritize multiple projects
• Committed team player with integrity, professionalism, and judgement
• Interest in and general knowledge of global health environment
• Willingness to work occasional evenings and weekends
• French fluency is an asset

Application Instructions:
To apply, please send CV and cover letter to pihcanada@pih.org with ‘Manager, Annual Giving and Engagement’ in the subject line, by Dec. 18. We thank all applicants but regret we will be unable to respond to all submissions.



Development Coordinator

Reports to: National Director
Location: Toronto, ON

Organizational Profile:

Partners In Health (PIH) is a global health organization relentlessly committed to improving the health of the poor and marginalized. PIH partners with local governments to build local capacity and works closely with impoverished communities to deliver high-quality health care, address the root causes of illness, train providers, advance research, and advocate for global policy change. PIH has implementation programs in Haiti, Rwanda, Lesotho, Liberia, Malawi, Peru, Mexico, Russia, Sierra Leone and Navajo Nation. Partners In Health Canada, founded in 2011, is the first national organization in the PIH family outside the United States dedicated to raising funds and developing partnerships in support of this work.

Position Summary
The Development Coordinator will play a significant role in advancing PIH Canada’s mission by contributing to the continued growth of our philanthropic portfolio across individual and foundation donors and broader development needs across the organization. Reporting to the National Director but working closely with all team members, the successful candidate will be involved in a diverse range of activities including support for donor relations and stewardship, prospect research, funding proposals, preparation of materials and briefing documents, data management, student engagement and administrative functions. Given the wide range of responsibilities, s/he will be a highly professional, organized and process-oriented self-starter with the flexibility and judgment to prioritize time effectively. This is a position with significant opportunity for learning and long-term growth in a dynamic work environment.


Specific Responsibilities

Revenue Development (45%)
• Develop and steward relationships with select portfolio of individual and foundation supporters
• Identify opportunities for growth and expansion within existing relationships
• Support National Director with prospect briefings, meeting materials, and in proposal development; work with Annual Giving Manager to implement growth and stewardship initiatives related to mailings, invitations and other communications
• Event coordination and related tasks as required

Development Operations (20%)

• Provide frontline donor support including donor stewardship, gift processing, and responding to donor enquiries
• Manage gift processing, acknowledgment and tax receipting processes
• Database management: ensure PIH Canada record keeping is up-to-date including tracking proposals and stewardship activities in donor database (Raiser’s Edge)


Student Engagement (20%)

• Oversee Students for Partners In Health Canada university chapters and working group; maintain regular contact with chapter leaders via email and calls and through shared online platform
• Working with summer intern(s), plan and organize annual summer leadership conference

Administration (15%)
• Complete donation and expense reports, cheque deposits, and oversee office supplies
• Provide support for office volunteers
• Other tasks as required

Preferred Experience and Qualifications
• Post-secondary degree or equivalent with two years of experience in non-profit environment
• Comfort working with data and data management systems (Raiser’s Edge)
• Proficiency in MS Office applications (including Word, Excel, Powerpoint)
• Committed team player with ability to develop and maintain strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders
• Interest in and knowledge of global health environment and social justice
• Willingness to work occasional evenings and weekends
• French fluency is an asset

Application Instructions:
To apply, please send CV and cover letter to pihcanada@pih.org with ‘Development Coordinator’ in the subject line, by Dec. 18. We thank all applicants but regret we will be unable to respond to all submissions.



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