Interfaith Peace-Builders is Hiring!

Are you an experienced nonprofit leader committed to building the movement for justice in Palestine? Do you want to work somewhere where your passion for justice can guide your work? IFPB is seeking a Managing Director to join our rapidly growing organization and lead critical aspects of our movement building efforts!

APPLICATION DEADLINE:
JULY 10, 2017

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Managing Director:
Position Description

The Managing Director will work from Interfaith Peace-Builders' office in Washington DC and is responsible for working with the organization’s staff and the Board of Directors to develop IFPB’s vision and strategic plan.

The Managing Director leads the Management Team, the staff leadership of the organization, and is the formal staff representative on the Board of Directors. The role includes: reporting to the Governance Committee of the Board; identifying, assessing, and informing the Board of internal and external issues that affect IFPB; fostering effective teamwork between Board and staff; and leading the organizational approach to performance assessment, internal organization and communications, as well as organizational tools and systems.

The Managing Director additionally leads the Operations Team in managing internal systems, administrative, financial, and human resources work and is responsible for overall coordination tasks including organizational planning, evaluations, and communication with the Board of Directors to ensure that IFPB operates effectively and in line with our mission.

As a member of the Communications and Fund Development Team, the Managing Director works with the Communications Director and Board of Directors on fundraising strategies and planning and is responsible for the organization’s major donors and foundations work.


Who We Are: Story and Mission

For over 15 years, Interfaith Peace Builders has created and led diverse delegations to Palestine/Israel, transforming concerned individuals into passionate advocates prominent in the US-based movement for Palestinian rights. Each delegation is an experiment in building transnational solidarity based on real human connections, making and renewing partnerships at the intersections of national and global resistance struggles. IFPB’s Education and Advocacy Program complements the Delegation Program, emphasizing continued engagement, activist skills training, and empowerment of our passionate, energized, and articulate delegation participants—raising their voices in halls and media across the nation—revealing the truth of Palestinian lives and history and demanding justice.

This is an extraordinary moment in the life of IFPB, as we invest in rebranding the organization, enhancing our public face, and developing new tools to attract more delegates and supporters of the movement for Palestinian rights. We invite your interest in joining our team as Managing Director and working together with a dedicated staff and committed Board to build on our achievements and increase our impact.


Who You Are

Our preferred candidate will have a minimum of five years of progressive management experience in a nonprofit organization (or equivalent relevant professional experience).  You have excellent interpersonal abilities and communication skills, both in person and working remotely.  You also have a broad understanding of Palestine/Israel, race in the United States, progressive activism, and current community challenges and opportunities relating to the mission of the organization. Familiarity with IFPB is a plus.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Program planning and management (25%)

Operational planning and management (25%)

Fundraising (25%)

Human resources planning and management (15%)

Financial planning and management; Legal oversight (10%)

REPORTS TO: The Governance Committee of the Board of Directors
SUPERVISES:  Program Director, Communications Director, bookkeeper
TEAM MEMBERSHIP: Management Team, Operations Team, Communications & Fund Development Team


Desired Skills and Qualifications


Compensation and Benefits

This is a full-time exempt position based in Washington, DC with full medical, dental, and vision coverage (PPO plan), 20 days of PTO, 10 paid holidays, sick leave, compensation days for weekend work, parental leave, additional leave for other types of necessitated PTO, a flexible, family-friendly schedule, and seniority raises.

Starting Salary: $60,000 to $70,000 based on experience.



Hiring Process and Timeline



To Apply

Please submit by email a cover letter, resume, and three professional references, in one single Word document or PDF, to Joi Orr at jobs@ifpb.org, and indicate “Managing Director” in the subject line of your email. 

If you are invited for an in-person interview, we may ask for additional work samples relevant to this position.

For more information, visit: ifpb.org.  No calls, please.  IFPB is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  We actively encourage People of Color to apply for this position.

Application process open until filled
Application deadline: July 10, 2017

 

 

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