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
Membership & Events Coordinator
Tides’ Real Estate Team is excited to welcome back the Nonprofit Center Network (NCN) as a fiscally-sponsored partner. NCN is a community of 150+ members who operate mission-driven shared spaces and shared services throughout North America. As Tides operates two collaborative workspaces, one in San Francisco and another in New York, this new partnership is a great opportunity to collaborate on growing the network and building the capacity of nonprofit centers.
The Membership and Events Coordinator plays a key role in developing and communicating the value of NCN, identifying and cultivating new members, and ensuring existing members get the most out of their relationship with NCN. This role sustains and builds NCN’s membership through ongoing member engagement (online and in-person), member recruitment/retention strategy development and execution, and management/enrichment of membership data/tracking and online member portal/listserv.
In partnership with the member base, this role collaboratively determines how NCN can best build the capacity and effectiveness of its members while supporting NCN’s sustainability by ensuring that NCN’s services and programs are appropriately valued.
This role also researches, understands, and promotes best practices around shared space and shared services in partnership with the Steering Committee, other NCN staff, and NCN membership. This will include developing content for online resources/publications, webinars, and in-person events.
The Membership and Events Coordinator is a non-exempt position. Some evening and weekend work required for events, programs, and member engagement.Learn More and Apply
Chief Executive Officer
The new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) will bring strategic, visionary and inspiring thought leadership to Tides. As a champion of social justice, philanthropy, inclusion, and innovation this individual must maximize the impact of Tides. The CEO reports to the thirteen Board of Directors and has the overall responsibility for managing Tides’ strategic, programmatic, financial, revenue, client and management operations. The Board Committees are structured with a Financial Capital Committee, Audit Committee, Human Capital Committee, External Relations Committee, and Executive Committee.
Tides is a large, diverse, and highly motivated organization with activities occurring simultaneously in many locations and on a variety of platforms. The successful candidate will provide both vision and focus to this dynamic organization. The CEO must be able to inspire, motivate, coordinate, and honor these multiple constituents in ways that advance the mission of Tides.Learn More and Apply
Program Manager, Intermediaries for Scale
The Program Manager will play a pivotal part in supporting individual and shared capacity building for the Intermediaries for Scale work at Tides. The position reports to a Senior Advisor on the Special Initiatives team and works closely with a consultant, who serves as a strategic advisor to Tides. This role will be responsible for overseeing day-to-day project management for technical assistance engagements and the capacity building strategy in general, supporting advisory group coordination, and liaising with BMGF and other initiative partners.
This is a new, full-time position anticipated to start late-July or early-August 2020 and last approximately 24 months, ending in June 2022. The position is contingent on grant funding, which is expected to be finalized in July 2020. Employment beyond the grant term is dependent on continued grant funding and project needs.
This position is based in San Francisco or New York in any anticipated return to work scenario. Full-time remote work may be considered for well qualified candidates, with preference for those located in the Washington, DC area. No travel is expected in 2020 due to the pandemic, and Tides will closely monitor the need for domestic travel beyond this year.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
Sr. HR Manager
Tides is seeking an experienced Sr. HR Manager who is passionate about accelerating the pace of social change. The ideal candidate will be comfortable collaborating with cross-functional teams to achieve the organization’s strategic goals and has the ability to thrive in an action-orientated, agile working environment.
The Sr. HR Manager is primarily responsible for overseeing the organization’s client facing HR service functions, including general policy and procedures, employee and management coaching, employee relations, performance management, compensation, benefits and compliance. This position also mentors a team of HR Managers who collectively support Tides 150 fiscally sponsored social ventures, as well as personally supports a caseload of social venture clients. Additionally, this role will work closely with the Director, People and on cross functional teams in all areas of client service delivery. The Sr. HR Manager is responsible for uplifting and embodying Tides core values – Respect, Accountability, Creativity, Equity and Empowerment – in all areas of work, engagement with team members and partners. 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
Project Manager, Caribbean Initiative
The Project Manager will serve as the main contact for the Caribbean (C-Rise) Initiative to both internal and external stakeholders. The primary goal of C-Rise is to conduct strategic grantmaking to local NGO/nonprofits in the region and partner with other funders to raise resources to increase capacity building, knowledge-sharing, infrastructure-strengthening, and leadership/community development among the 37 Caribbean nations and territories.
In this role, the Project Manager will advance the operations and growth potential of several projects under C-Rise, ranging from an ongoing campaign to raise funds from Caribbean travelers for LGBTQ+ issues to planning of a gathering of two-dozen Caribbean NGOs and Funders to design the first phase of a knowledge sharing platform for the region.Learn More and Apply
Deputy Directors, Philanthropy and Social Ventures
The Deputy Director interacts directly with clients to provide strategic and management services to drive high impact, effective services and to scale promising partners that build lasting social impact. The Deputy Director manages Client Service team members to build/maintain superior relationships and ensure the highest level of services delivery with a diverse set of clients that includes high net worth donors, corporations, community-based non-profits, social ventures, public and private foundations and government agencies. The Deputy Director will manage internal operations and identify best practices with an eye toward future growth and strategic response to an ever-increasing demand for Tides services.
The Deputy Director operates 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.
Deputy Director, Philanthropic Services will be the primary operational leader for Tides ongoing partnership with existing and new grantmaking partners, focusing on individual and family donors, corporate social impact units and institutional foundations. This role will support services for donors and grantmakers including donor advised funds, collaborative giving and fundraising vehicles, strategic consulting and impact investments. Additionally, this Deputy Director will ensure that the Philanthropic Services team and processes are responsive to the needs of our partners and assist them in scaling their impact. This position reports to the Director, Philanthropy.
Deputy Director, Social Ventures will be the primary operational leader for Tides ongoing partnerships with existing and new social venture partners, focusing on team effectiveness, process enhancement and responsiveness to the needs of Tides social venture partners. The Deputy Director will support Tides Social Venture program by providing strategic and operational solutions to a wide range of fiscally sponsored social change leaders and their organizations and assist them in scaling their impact. This position reports to the Director, Social Ventures.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, 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