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
The Recruiter develops search strategies and independently facilitates the full cycle recruitment process to position Tides teams for success. The Recruiter is familiar with talent landscapes and delivers incredible customer service and a candidate experience. Additionally, the Recruiter will work closely with the Sr. Manager, Talent & Operations to build and enhance several areas of the recruitment process including sourcing, screening, selection, process enhancement, talent metrics and hiring manager training.
The Recruiter will be joining an expanding recruitment function at Tides and support hiring for key roles and the continuous improvement of the function. Leveraging best practices in talent acquisition and the close relationship with diversity, equity and inclusion principles will be a key function of this role. This role will also focus on the evaluation of tools and practices and institute training protocols for hiring managers. 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.
The Recruiter is an exempt position. Exempt employees are expected to work the appropriate and necessary hours in order to complete key assignments and related tasks on schedule. This role reports to the Sr. HR Manager, Talent & OperationsLearn More and Apply
Learning & Evaluation Analyst
The Learning & Evaluation Analyst supports the data management, reporting, and analytical work under the MILE (Measurement, Innovation, Learning, and Evaluation) program at Tides. The Analyst will report to the Learning & Evaluation Manager and together, will build and evolve the MILE program. The Analyst will be responsible for developing and monitoring operational metrics, analytical reporting, in-house surveying capabilities, and evaluative tools for Tides management and staff. Along with the Manager, this role will support the growing needs of Tides for internal expertise and capacity for data management and analysis of our clients, processes, business development, and operations. The Analyst will be responsible for partnering across all levels and departments across Tides to support analytical, evaluation, and impact initiatives and helping develop infrastructure to support in-house learning and evaluation capabilities. The Analyst will also advocate for and foster a supportive, data driven learning culture at Tides.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 socialventure partners
- 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 andprioritize effectively
The Innovation and Learning (IL) Team at Tides is seeking a social justice professional with a high level of flexibility and patience, outstanding time management skills, and demonstrated history of organizing resources and efficiently delivering on competing priorities in a fast-paced environment for its San Francisco office. The Administrative Associate will provide exceptional administrative, operational and financial support for internal team members and clients. The Administrative Associate will work as a member of the IL Team to process and execute client transactions, including payment and reimbursement requests, grant agreement processing, contract processing, troubleshooting client and team challenges, process streamlining, and other administrative and systems support for clients. The Administrative Associate has a strong attention to detail, proficiency in communication with clients and colleagues, ability to handle multiple priorities elegantly, as well as an understanding of the non-profit sector. This position is responsible for working closely with Tides’ client facing service teams to provide exceptional and proactive administrative and financial support to deliver an unsurpassed client experience.
The Administrative Associate position is an exempt position. Exempt employees are expected to work the appropriate and necessary time in order to complete assignments and tasks on schedule.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