Senior Financial Analyst
Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, the Senior Financial Analyst will partner with key stakeholders (internally and externally) to manage and support Tides financial strategy, planning, analysis and reporting activities. This position plays a key in partnering with FP&A staff to conduct diverse financial analysis, financial reporting, financial planning and strategic planning for Tides five legal entities including Tides & Tides Center 501c3, Tides Advocacy 501c4 and two real estate entities.
The Senior Financial Analyst is an exempt position. Exempt employees are expected to work the appropriate and necessary time in order to complete key assignments and related tasks on schedule.Learn More and Apply
Senior Advisor, Strategic Partnerships
The Senior Advisor (SA) is a member of the Strategic Partnerships (SP) team, a high-performing business development team to support the growth, development & engagement of new business across Tides’ full spectrum of partners and solutions. This role will manage a diverse and complex pipeline, build relationships through consultative selling and grow Tides philanthropic grantmaking, impact investing, and social venture client base. The role will standardize outreach and engagement strategies and execute plans across Tides’ core client segments (foundations, individuals and families, corporate partners, and social change leaders), with a potential focus on our Foundation segment.
The SA will work collaboratively with the SP team and other Tides departments to lead the design and execution of a comprehensive engagement strategy for one or more of our segments with a goal of growing the number of new Foundation partners utilizing Tides services to accelerate their goals. The SA will also work in collaboration with the SP team, Marketing and Communications team and Client Services to expand Tides strategic external presence, relations/network, and partnerships in alignment with values, impact model and strategic priorities.Learn More and Apply
Sr. HR Manager
Our People team plays a critical role in finding and growing great talent to achieve our mission and we need your help! As a Sr. HR Manager, you will make Tides a place to work where our Tidesters can grow and thrive as part of the vibrant and diverse community. By partnering with leaders across multiple functions, you will set our employees up for tackling some of the toughest system issues in racial and social justice.
Tides is seeking someone who is passionate about accelerating the pace of social change. The ideal candidate is someone who thrives in a complex yet agile organization, who sees ambiguity as an opportunity to have a point of view, lead with data, creates alignment and charts a path forward, and who is energized when collaborating with cross-functional teams to create impact and achieve strategic goals.
The Sr. HR Manager is both a strategic and hands-on partner to a diverse group, including partner services, operations, legal, finance and marketing communications. You will manage a variety of HR functions across the organization, including employee and management development and coaching, employee relations, performance management, compensation and benefits, and compliance, and general policy and procedures. The position will also play an important role in implementing a new HRIS system. This role will work closely with the Director, People, the Director, Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion and People team to drive impact, support employee and organizational engagement and development, and foster a culture that is grounded in our core values – Respect, Accountability, Creativity, Equity and Empowerment.
The Sr. HR Manager is an exempt position. Exempt employees are expected to work the appropriate and necessary time in order to complete key assignments and related tasks on schedule.Learn More and Apply
CSII, Finance & Grants Analyst
The Civil Society Innovation Initiative (CSII) is a global platform to establish Innovation Hubs around the world that support, strengthen, and sustain civil society, especially those Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) working in closed and closing spaces. Hubs are located in Africa, Central
Asia, East Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean, the Middle East and North Africa, the Pacific, and South Asia and work on a variety of issues including human rights, transparency, digital security, CSO sustainability, digital currencies, and more in partnership with multiple stakeholders
Tides serves as the project’s Fiscal Agent, responsible for administering grants to CSOs to implement activities and undertake operations on behalf of each Hub and the project. The project is funded by multiple donors and implemented by several organizations working in partnership in a highly collaborative and fast-paced manner.Learn More and Apply
Advisor, Social Ventures
This job is for you if:
- You are passionate about supporting nonprofit operations and providing excellent client services
- You are early in your career path or looking to make a career transition into the nonprofit space and have around 5 years of demonstrated experience in client services, nonprofit operations, and/or other relevant experience
- You understand the impact nonprofits can have in making positive social change and accelerating impact
- You are energized by working directly with social change leaders to meet operational and mission driven work
- You aim for operational excellence and believe in both compliance and smart risk-taking
- You enjoy planning, consensus-building and problem-solving and you can work cross-departmentally to provide excellent service to your clients
- You have the ability to cultivate working relationships and provide internal leadership to unlock resources and increase success for social
- You thrive in an action-oriented, agile work environment and are comfortable adapting to change
- You enjoy working both independently and in coordination with cross-functional teams and you are able to juggle multiple projects and
Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (JEDI) Program Manager
The Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (JEDI) Program Manager will be responsible for supporting the expansion and integration of the JEDI strategy and programming for the organization. The JEDI Program Manager, in collaboration with the JEDI Director will help develop and lead training, a healing justice framework, Employee Resource Group (ERG) cultivation, employee engagement and non-disciplinary counseling. The JEDI Program Manager will ensure employees are supported and resourced in alignment with the JEDI strategy.
The JEDI Program Manager will help establish a framework for monitoring the outcomes of Tides’ JEDI work using a race-equity lens and conduct assessments based on those criteria to evaluate performance over time. The JEDI Program Manager will support the JEDI Director with driving stakeholder engagement by uplifting and embodying Tides core values – Respect, Accountability, Creativity, Equity and Empowerment – in all areas of work, and engagement with team members and partners.
The JEDI Program Manager is a full time temporary position expected to last for a duration of 6 months. Exempt employees are expected to work the appropriate and necessary time in order to complete key assignments and related tasks on schedule.Learn More and Apply
Senior Advisor, Corporate Social Impact
The Senior Advisor, Corporate Social Impact (CSI) is a core member of the Tides corporate social impact team. Tides advocates for an integrated approach to corporate social impact, encouraging partners to actively leverage all of the company’s assets for social good. With the evolution in this sector and Tides’ own growth in corporate partnerships, this new member of the team will fulfill the essential role of supporting a portfolio of partners in implementing their CSI programs. The Senior Advisor will also play an important role in advancing Tides’ strategy with this segment of partners and developing new partnerships. Additionally, the Senior Advisor will lead internal operations for the segment and identify best practices with an eye toward future growth and strategic response to an ever-increasing demand for Tides services.
The Senior Advisor works in a matrix management structure to support Tides clients. Success depends on building strong, trustworthy cross-functional relationships with staff from other departments, including Grants Management, Finance, HR, IT, Legal and Compliance, and strong interpersonal skills with clients. The Senior Advisor is responsible for uplifting and embodying Tides core values – Respect, Accountability, Creativity, Creativity, Equity and Empowerment in all areas of work, engagement with team members and Tides partners.Learn More and Apply
Chief Financial Officer
An integral member of the executive leadership team and working in close partnership with the Chief Executive Officer, the Chief Financial Officer will provide strategic, financial, and operational leadership. The CFO is responsible for the areas of Finance, Impact Investments, Information Real Estate & Administration, Physical Security, and Information Technology throughout the Tides five consolidated organizations and one separate entity. Further, the CFO will manage and oversee activities in areas including departmental and organization policy development, investment management, accounting and reporting services (6 entities, 160 social enterprises and 350 funds), budgeting and planning, financial analysis, governance, financial operations improvements, and systems to support world class client service.
The CFO will report to the Chief Executive Officer and serve as a strategic thought leader, problem- solver, planner, and facilitator for the organization. S/he will be responsible for leading a staff of 60+ and managing seven direct reports. This individual will play a significant role with the Board of Directors (Board) and serve as the main liaison to both the Audit Committee and the Finance Capital Committee.
The successful candidate will advance and contribute to a culture of transparency, collaboration, and dynamic leadership in the organization. S/he will provide executive leadership across the organization, by leading, mentoring, and developing high-performing individuals and teams, to support the vision, mission and priorities of Tides.Learn More and Apply
The Legal Counsel is a member of a dynamic Legal, Risk and Compliance (LRC) Team that supports a diverse array of legal matters for Tides and its employees, partners, reputation, assets, as well as for Tides Advocacy, a 501(c)(4) affiliate of the Tides organizations. Under the supervision of the Director, Legal, Risk and Compliance (LRC Director), the Legal Counsel will advise on legal matters and resolution of legal claims, as well as assist in managing Tides’ compliance program. Focus areas will include compliance with laws and regulations governing charitable organizations, corporate/governance, business transactions, non-profit / for-profit partnerships, lobbying regulations, analysis of expanded charitable services, new partner vetting, internal investigations, implementation of governance policies, special events, contract review and periodic staff training.
The Legal Counsel must be able to think proactively and creatively, provide strategic and legal advice and consultation, work cross-departmentally, support and manage strategic initiatives, including in connection with staff and partner education, and be committed to supporting Tides’ charitable mission.
The Legal Counsel is an exempt position. Exempt employees are expected to work the appropriate and necessary time in order to complete key assignments and related tasks on schedule.Learn More and Apply
Accounting Specialist AR - Fiscal Sponsorship
The Accounting Specialist, under the direction of the Accounting Supervisor AP/AR, is responsible for the timely and accurate delivery of accounts receivable services on a daily basis for Tides 5 entities including all our fiscally sponsored projects operations.
The Accounting Specialist is a non-exempt position. Non-exempt employees work a standard 40 hour work week. Time worked beyond 40 hours at manager’s discretion.Learn More and Apply
The Benefits Specialist will provide administrative and project support for employee benefits for close to 1000 employees across the Tides Network, Tides Center and Tides Advocacy entities. The Benefits Specialist will also support benefits related data entry, reporting, client support, and vendor coordination. Based in San Francisco, the Benefits Specialist is an exempt position and will work as an integral part of the HR department supporting internal teams and fiscally sponsored clients. The ideal candidate for this position will uplift and embody Tides core values -Respect, Accountability, Creativity, Equity and Empowerment -in all areas of work and engagement with team members and partners.Learn More and Apply
Senior Accountant, Social Ventures
The Senior Accountant – Social Venture role works as part of a team of -10 accountants, providing direct client support and addressing the accounting needs of our fiscally sponsored organizations. Reporting to the Accounting Manager –Social Ventures, this role assists our clients in achieving their mission by supporting their financial processes including, budgeting, financial reporting and forecasting, and grant management for foundation and governmental funds.
The Senior Accountant – Social Ventures is an exempt position. Exempt employees are expected to work the appropriate and necessary time in order to complete key assignments and related tasks on schedule.Learn More and Apply
The C-Rise Intern will support a critical project that will lend to the success of the C-Rise program. The C-Rise Intern will map the Caribbean region in search of non-profit organizations that are having a meaningful impact on the climate, agricultural or entrepreneurial resilience in the region. The intern will research non-profit organizations who are supporting climate or environmental projects, agriculture, technology or other industries that are diversifying the economic development landscape of the Caribbean.
Additionally, the C-Rise Intern will research opportunities for funding in the region related to various economic development initiatives. At the conclusion of the assignment, the C-Rise intern will summarize their findings in support of the broader goals of the C-Rise initiative.
This position will be a 3 – 4 month assignment, primarily based in New York, but applicants in remote areas will be considered.Learn More and Apply
Temporary Grants Specialist
The Grants Specialist will partner with cross-functional teams, including client services, legal, and finance, to provide exceptional grant making expertise and service for Tides’ philanthropic partners and grantees. This is a dynamic role that works closely with clients to facilitate strategic grant making in a fast-paced environment. The primary responsibility of this role is grantmaking due diligence and supporting the strategic initiatives of the team. A successful candidate will be comfortable working in an operational role while applying a critical and strategic eye to improving the team’s operations.
The Grants Specialist is an exempt position. Exempt employees are expected to work the appropriate and necessary time in order to complete key assignments and related tasks on schedule, which depends on the workload that week. This position is expected to work through June 2021. Position extension is not guaranteed.Learn More and Apply