As part of the Tides mission to accelerate the pace of social change, the Grants Manager manages a team of grants administrators, specialists and senior specialists, ensuring regulatory compliance and streamlined processing for all aspects of Tides’ grantmaking process. Duties for the Grants Manager include managing overall grant efforts, managing the department budget, optimizing grants processes and working cross-departmentally to integrate them with other departments, ensuring compliance with relevant rules and regulations, educating staff on policies, leading the team in long-term strategic planning including the development of grants management systems, providing quality and timely client services for both internal and external clients, and fostering professional and individual development of team members.Learn More and Apply
Applications Support Specialist
Tides IT Department is seeking an Applications Support Specialist to provide robust and timely technical and systems administration support for Tides Financial System Oracle NetSuite. Working in close partnership with the Applications Support Manager, the successful candidate possesses a demonstrated ability and keen interest in troubleshooting and problem solving, maintains high standards for customer service and resolution, displays an inherent talent for bridging people, process, and technology, and collaborates well in team and cross-departmental settings.
The Applications Support Specialist interfaces closely with all Tides Organization Finance Department personnel (AP, AR, Social Ventures, GL, Foundation Finance, Tides Advocacy, Finance Management) to ensure NetSuite support issues and requests are sufficiently tracked, investigated, and addressed, and will closely partner with key staff across the organization to help define and evolve Tides NetSuite customer support model in service of all users and stakeholders.
This 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. This role is based in the San Francisco office.Learn More and Apply
Program Director, Children’s Rights Innovation Fund
The Program Director (Director) is a full-time role reporting to the Fund Steering Committee and Tides Director of Special Initiatives. The Director will lead the CRIF vision, steering committee development, and execution of grantmaking and fund development strategies. In close collaboration with the Tides Special Initiatives and Wellspring GCR teams, the Director will launch and execute CRIF’s grantmaking, innovation, and fund development priorities outlined below.
We are seeking a unique philanthropic leader passionate about advancing innovation and progress in global development and rights ecosystems. The ideal candidate will be an experienced grantmaker, charismatic leader, and deeply committed to bringing research to life through innovation. The candidate will be experienced in managing philanthropic and/or grantee partnerships and excels in building collaborative partnerships across diverse stakeholders.Learn More and Apply
Program Coordinator, Policy Connect
The Program Coordinator will play a pivotal administrative role in supporting the work of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) and a select group of its Healthy Children and Families (HCF) policy grantess to develop a cohesive network strategy in order to facilitate ongoing alignment, collaboration and integration of policy-focused work. Tides manages Policy Connect, which serves as a space for HCF policy grantees to connect, learn and collectively implement the rools and resources available to significantly improve health outcomes for children and families.
This is a full-time position that can be based in Tides’ San Francisco offices or in the Washington D.C. area. This is a grant-funded position with funding through November 2020. Position extension beyond November 2020 will be dependent upon grant funding and program needs.Learn More and Apply
Senior Advisor, Special Initiatives
The Senior Advisor supports a portfolio of consulting projects and collaborative initiatives and is adept at managing highly-complex client relationships with a variety of partners including foundations, individual donors, and nonprofits. This individual is comfortable navigating ambiguity, designing and iterating, and self-starting complex initiatives.
The Senior Advisor will oversee the design and implementation of consulting work primarily focused on nonprofit capacity building; these efforts can range across issue areas. They will also engage in the strategy development and facilitation of collaborative initiatives such as donor circles, funder collaboratives, social ventures alliances and cross sector multi-stakeholder projects with a focus on bridging silos and mobilizing individuals to unite around the achievement of a shared vision.
In addition to managing a portfolio of projects, the Senior Advisor leads on cross-functional team efforts to improve internal processes or services, proactively engages in new business development, and may directly supervise one or more direct reports as warranted by operational/team needs.Learn More and Apply
Communications Coordinator (Temporary)
The dynamic Communications team at Tides supports departments, individuals, and executives across the organization to share the story of Tides and lift up our partners, both externally and internally. The communications team is seeking a project manager with communications acumen to support the team’s day-to-day operations and support communications efforts. We’re seeking an individual with a strong interest in communications who can manage several work streams at once, is a clear and timely communicator, and maintains a customer service attitude to working with internal clients.
The Communiations Coordinator role is non-exempt and will be based in San Francisco. This role is a one year temporary assignment with the possibility of extension.Learn More and Apply
The Payroll Specialist is primarily responsible for the accurate and timely processing of all payroll functions and employee data using ADP Workforce Now and ADP Time & Attendance. The Payroll Specialist is the primary contact for all payroll inquiries and requires exceptional attention to detail and problem solving skills, excellent customer service support, and the ability to troubleshoot technology issues. The successful candidate will and respond to frequent and urgent requests for information about payroll, tax, vacation and sick time, report generation, general ledger, and other general payroll policy matters.
Reporting to the Payroll Manager, the Payroll Specialist is an exempt position.Learn More and Apply