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Working at Tides connects you with world-class teammates, enduring relationships, and an inspired sense of purpose—while our employee benefits support our team's talent and well-being. In the past, Tides staff have worked predominantly from our offices in San Francisco and New York. Today, our hybrid work model supports staff with remote work from anywhere in the United States, work from one of our offices when they formally re-open on September 7, 2021, or a combination of both. This is an exciting time to join Tides.

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Diversity Sourcer

The Diversity Sourcer will contribute to the Recruiting team’s efforts to deliver best in class recruitment services to our hiring partners. The Diversity Sourcer is responsible for attracting talent via direct outreach, search and other diversity recruiting techniques. This role will have an emphasis on passively sourcing diverse candidates and establishing healthy and well maintained candidate pipelines for open positions. The Diversity Sourcer will also provide added recruitment support and coordination for the Recruiting team.   The Diversity Sourcer will use a variety of techniques to perform outreach to high potential candidates. The Diversity Sourcer 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.

In the past, Tides staff have worked predominantly from our offices in San Francisco and New York. Today, we are creating a new hybrid work model to support staff with remote work from anywhere in the United States, work from one of our offices when they formally re-open on September 7, or a combination of both. This is an exciting time to join Tides.

The Diversity Sourcer 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.

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Recruiter

The Recruiter will be responsible for supporting ongoing recruitment efforts for the organization. The Recruiter will work in partnership with hiring managers to independently manage full cycle requisitions including candidates screening and closing using best practices to fill open positions.  The Recruiter will drive planning and execution for filling key roles. The Recruiter 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.

In the past, Tides staff have worked predominantly from our offices in San Francisco and New York. Today, we are creating a new hybrid work model to support staff with remote work from anywhere in the United States, work from one of our offices when they formally re-open on September 7, or a combination of both. This is an exciting time to join Tides.

The Recruiter 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.

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Client Services Associate, Philanthropy

Tides’ Client Services Department delivers high quality relationship management solutions to Tides’ Philanthropic partners (individual and institutional donors) and Social Venture partners (nonprofit organizations) to further Tides’ mission and our partners’ objectives.  At their core, the Associate must have a strong client service orientation and be adept at managing clients’ administrative and operational needs. The Associate is the main point of contact for a portfolio of Tides’ philanthropic and/or social venture partners and will provide program-wide support to the Client Services team as needed. Although exact time allocation may vary, roughly one-half of the Associate’s time will be spent managing their client portfolio and the other half of the role will provide program-wide support.

The Associate provides exceptional service and support to ensure that clients’ objectives are met, and that those objectives reflect Tides’ mission, and comply with Tides’ policies and procedures. In addition, the Associate provides quality service to internal Tides’ service teams on a range of administrative and operational activities.

In the past, Tides staff have worked predominantly from our offices in San Francisco and New York. Today, we are creating a new hybrid work model to support staff with remote work from anywhere in the United States, work from one of our offices when they formally re-open on September 7, or a combination of both. This is an exciting time to join Tides.

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Senior Manager, Strategic Partnerships

The Senior Manager (SM) 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’ client base. The SP team serves as the front door of the organization, as strategic generalists with depth and breadth of knowledge across philanthropic tools, fiscal sponsorship, impact investing, and consulting to support the growth of our ecosystem of partners. Each member of the SP team holds a dynamic and diverse portfolio of grantmaking funders, programmatic changemakers and strategists in the field while playing the key role of building relationships, informing them of Tides solutions/offerings and facilitating their intake and onboarding to Tides.

The Senior Manager, Strategic Partnerships will also hold the distinct responsibility of leading the development of an org-wide strategy to engage and grow new business across the foundation segment. This includes the development of strategic external outreach and   internal engagement strategies and executing those plans across Tides’ core client segments (foundations, individuals and families, corporate partners, and social change leaders) with the support of a segment-focused team with a goal of growing the number of new Foundation partners utilizing Tides services to accelerate their goals with a goal of growing the number of new Foundation partners utilizing Tides services to accelerate their goals.

The Senior Manager 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.

In the past, Tides staff have worked predominantly from our offices in San Francisco and New York. Today, we are creating a new hybrid work model to support staff with remote work from anywhere in the United States, work from one of our offices when they formally re-open on September 7, or a combination of both. This is an exciting time to join Tides.

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Director of Special Initiatives

Tides Client Services (CS) Department interacts directly with Tides clients to provide strategic and management services to drive high-impact, effective philanthropy and to scale promising social ventures. The Special Initiatives Director will be the primary leader for two areas of Tides’ core offering – social impact strategy consulting services, and multi-stakeholder collaborative initiative design, development, and implementation. These services are rooted in trust-based and participatory practices and delivered to clients across each of Tides’ four core partner segments: corporates, social change leaders (or social entrepreneurs), high-net-worth individuals and families, and foundations.

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Senior Advisor, Special Initiatives

The Special Initiatives team is part of the Tides Client Services (CS) Department, which interacts directly with Tides clients to provide strategic and management services to drive high impact, effective philanthropy and to scale promising social ventures. The Special Initiatives team leads Tides’ core offering for social impact strategy consulting services, and multi-stakeholder collaborative initiative design, development, and implementation. These services are rooted in trust-based and participatory practices and delivered to clients across each of Tides’ four core partner segments: corporates, social change leaders (or social entrepreneurs), high-net-worth individuals & families, and foundations.

The Senior Advisor oversees a portfolio of social impact consulting projects and collaborative initiatives, while managing highly-complex client relationships with diverse partners from across Tides’ key segments. As needed, and based on Senior Advisor interest and experience, they may also directly supervise one or more direct reports to support the design and implementation of projects. This role also assists with departmental leadership and supports cross-functional teams and organizational projects, as needed. Tapping into deep field and issue area expertise, the Senior Advisor is a strong external voice for Tides and its client partners and supports business development activities along with the Special Initiatives Director and the Strategic Partnerships team.

In the past, Tides staff have worked predominantly from our offices in San Francisco and New York.  Today, we are creating a new hybrid work model to support staff with remote work from anywhere in the United States, work from one of our offices when they formally re-open on September 7, or a combination of both. This is an exciting time to join Tides.

Reporting to the Director of Special Initiatives, the Senior Advisor is a full-time exempt position expected to work the appropriate and necessary time in order to complete key assignments and related tasks on schedule.

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Accounting Manager, Social Ventures

Tides is seeking an experienced Accounting 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 Accounting Manager – Social Ventures is primarily responsible for the organization’s client facing financial service functions, including financial reporting, budget review and guidance, grants management, financial forecasting, and general financial oversight.

This position oversees a team of social venture accountants who collectively support Tides 150+ fiscally sponsored social ventures, as well as personally supports a caseload of social venture clients.  This role will drive impact and foster a culture that is grounded in Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (JEDI) and Tides core values – Respect, Accountability, Creativity, Equity and Empowerment.

In the past, Tides staff have worked predominantly from our offices in San Francisco and New York. Today, we are creating a new hybrid work model to support staff with remote work from anywhere in the United States, work from one of our offices when they formally re-open on September 7, or a combination of both. This is an exciting time to join Tides.

The Accounting Manager – 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.

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Grant Financial Analyst

The Grant Financial Analyst – Social Venture role works as part of a team of -16 accountants, providing direct client support and addressing the accounting and analytical needs of our fiscally sponsored organizations. Reporting to the Accounting Manager – Social Ventures, this role is strategically minded and assists our partners in achieving their mission by supporting their financial processes including, financial planning and budgeting, analysing financials and grant management for foundation and governmental funds.  This role will develop financial models, prepare projections, provide monthly financial reports which include key metrics, graphical presentations, and variance analysis for presentation to partners and senior management. This role will drive impact and foster a culture that is grounded in Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (JEDI) and Tides core values – Respect, Accountability, Creativity, Equity and Empowerment.

In the past, Tides staff have worked predominantly from our offices in San Francisco and New York. Today, we are creating a new hybrid work model to support staff with remote work from anywhere in the United States, work from one of our offices when they formally re-open on September 7, or a combination of both. This is an exciting time to join Tides.

The Grant Financial Analyst – Social Ventures is an exempt position. Exempt employees are expected to work the appropriate and necessary time to complete key assignments and related tasks on schedule.

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Senior Investments Analyst

The Senior Investment Analyst will provide key client management support in partnership with the Director, Investments.  The Sr. Investments Analyst will work directly with the Director, Investments and other team members to serve clients with complex financial planning and impact investment needs and grow the Investments team strategies and offerings. The Senior Investment Analyst will also participate in the longer term cross functional projects to continually enhance the impact investment offerings and client experience. This role will drive impact and foster a culture that is grounded in Justice, Equity, Inclusion & Diversity (JEDI) and Tides core values – Respect, Accountability, Creativity, Equity and Empowerment.

In the past, Tides staff have worked predominantly from our offices in San Francisco and New York. Today, we are creating a new hybrid work model to support staff with remote work from anywhere in the United States, work from one of our offices when they formally re-open on September 7, or a combination of both. This is an exciting time to join Tides.

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HRIS Manager

The HRIS Manager is responsible for managing all aspects of HRIS system administration including core HCM applications as well as data connections to various Payroll, Benefits, LMS, IT and 3rd party applications. The HRIS Manager will provide advanced expertise in Ceridian for process analysis, system design, data conversation and problem-solving in complex, multi-system environments with a focus on end to end process and organization impacts. The HRIS Manager will act as the liaison between organizational teams, application vendors and IT for guidance on system integrations, and regular troubleshooting.

The HRIS Manager will be responsible for translating business and functional requirements to effective system design recommendations, system/data analysis and leading or participating in testing and deployment activities across various HR/Payroll system functions. The HRIS Manager will influence and contribute to system decision-making, scoping and planning for HR system projects in support of the overall HR strategy; lead small and medium system upgrades, feature releases, interfaces and data conversion projects across functional areas of HR and provide direction for project team members. This role will drive impact and foster a culture that is grounded in Justice, Equity, Inclusion & Diversity (JEDI) and Tides core values – Respect, Accountability, Creativity, Equity and Empowerment.

In the past, Tides staff have worked predominantly from our offices in San Francisco and New York. Today, we are creating a new hybrid work model to support staff with remote work from anywhere in the United States, work from one of our offices when they formally re-open on September 7, or a combination of both. This is an exciting time to join Tides.

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Director, Grants

Tides Foundation is seeking a Grants Director to lead strategy development and execution for the grants management function and play a key role in helping to achieve the Tides mission of accelerating the pace of social change. Reporting to the General Counsel, this critical role will manage a team of grants administrators and specialists to ensure robust yet nimble grantmaking processes and regulatory compliance for all aspects of Tides’ grantmaking.

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Program Manager, Policy Connect

The Special Initiatives team leads Tides’ social impact strategy consulting services and collaborative initiative design, development and implementation. The Policy Connect Program Manager plays a pivotal role in supporting Tides’ consulting work with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) to engage a community of 30-40 policy-focused organizations across the US. These organizations receive funding from RWJF’s Healthy Children and Families (HCF) portfolio, which is focused on ensuring that all families–no matter who they are, where they live, or how much money they make–have the resources they need to foster healthy development from their child’s earliest years.

Through the Policy Connect initiative, Tides works closely with RWJF to develop and implement an on-going HCF grantee coordination strategy that supports learning and leverages RWJF-funded tools and resources to put children and family health at the forefront of federal and state policy agendas. The Program Manager oversees grantee communications and the day-to-day design and delivery of programming that elevates grantee leadership, provides opportunities for peer learning and creates space for collaboration through monthly virtual meetings, annual convenings, trainings and workshops, small grant funds and other activities. This position is part of a collaborative three-person team led by a Special Initiatives Senior Advisor and supported by the Policy Connect Program Coordinator. The Program Manager also actively engages in relationship management with RWJF and leads daily operations of the initiative, including grant management, invoicing and vendor management.

This is a full-time, exempt position and is contingent on funding, which is expected through July 2023.

Candidates located near Tides’ offices in San Francisco or New York are preferred, though remote candidates will also be considered. Tides is currently working remotely through September 6, 2021. Flexible remote work options will be available once our physical spaces re-open. Once it is safe to do so, the position may require occasional overnight domestic travel.

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Advisor, Philanthropic Services

This job is for you if:

  • You are passionate about and have demonstrated experience in client services, philanthropy, and the nonprofit sector
  • You care deeply about Tides’ commitment to shared prosperity and social justice
  • You are energized by partnering with donors and innovative organizations to mobilize philanthropic resources that accelerate progressive social change.
  • You have experience successfully building relationships with individual and foundation donors and social change leaders
  • You thrive in an action-oriented, agile work environment and are comfortable adapting to a changing environment and navigating ambiguity
  • You are comfortable working both independently and in coordination with cross-functional teams
  • You are able to juggle multiple projects and prioritize effectively between strategic and tactical/operational efforts
  • You are detail-oriented, efficient and highly-organized to effectively manage a full caseload of client relationships
  • You have experience in a specific or range of issue areas such as immigration, reproductive rights, climate change, civic engagement, education, and racial justice

In the past, Tides staff have worked predominantly from our offices in San Francisco and New York. Today, we are creating a new hybrid work model to support staff with remote work from anywhere in the United States, work from one of our offices when they formally re-open on September 7, or a combination of both. This is an exciting time to join Tides.

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Executive Assistant: CFO, People, Legal, and Operations

This position reports to the Chief of Staff, who partners with the CEO to manage the Board of Directors, Executive Team, and CEO’s external relations. You will support Tides’ Chief Legal and Ethics Officer, who keeps Tides in legal compliance and manages organizational risk so our donors and doers can focus on making meaningful progressive social change, Chief People Officer, who is accountable for the health of Tides’ culture, Chief Operating Officer, who helps build solutions focused on accelerating the pace of social change, and Chief Financial Officer, who provides strategic and financial leadership and is responsible for the areas of Finance, Impact Investments, Real Estate & Administration, Physical Security, and Information Technology.

In the past, Tides staff have worked predominantly from our offices in San Francisco and New York. Today, we are creating a new hybrid work model to support staff with remote work from anywhere in the United States, work from one of our offices when they formally re-open on September 7, or a combination of both. This is an exciting time to join Tides.

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Director, Fiscal Sponsorship

Tides Client Services (CS) Department interacts directly with Tides clients to provide strategic and management services to drive high impact, effective philanthropy and to scale promising social ventures. The Fiscal Sponsorship Director will be the primary leader for Tides ongoing engagement with existing and new social venture/fiscal sponsorship clients to improve, respond to, design, and scale clients’ strategic goals. Other responsibilities include: managing a team of social venture advisors and senior social venture advisors; serving in an organizational leadership role; establishing Tides as an expert and connector in key social venture ecosystems and organizational expertise areas; developing, delivering and marketing a core and enhanced services model for Tides to offer clients; assist with establishing and developing a robust pool of capacity building partners and services; contributing to Tides’ communications, voice and influence activities;  and coordinating a cross-departmental  engagement strategy for social venture client serving team members. This position will be located in San Francisco.

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Director, Marketing & Communications

The Director of Marketing & Communications is a member of Tides senior leadership team and responsible for driving strategic marketing and communications efforts to increase Tides’ brand awareness, voice, and influence; deepen engagement with current and prospective partners and stakeholders; and strengthen and protect the organization’s brand and reputation. The Director oversees a team of staff, independent contractors, consultants, and vendors, and develops the department’s goals, activities, and annual budget.

The Director works collaboratively with members of the Marketing & Communications team and others across Tides to ensure an integrated, leveraged, digital-first marketing approach with key positioning and alignment of messaging and themes for internal and external audiences. The Director oversees the creation of Tides’ collateral, website, digital marketing, storytelling assets, video production, and outreach activities, and provides strategic direction for media and public relations, influencer strategies, and thought leadership to expand and amplify Tides’ impact and influence in the social change field. The Director works particularly closely with Tides’ Director of Strategic Partnerships to build a holistic new partner conversion funnel, with a focus on using marketing strategies to bring new partnership leads into the funnel. The Director also works with Tides Executive Team to direct and support their communications, visibility, and outreach efforts. The Director oversees execution of internal communications strategies and programs to help build culture, inspire and motivate staff and facilitate healthy organizational change management.  The Director is also responsible for leading crisis communications planning and preparedness planning to protect Tides’ brand and reputation and that of our partners as necessary.

In the past, Tides staff have worked predominantly from our offices in San Francisco and New York. Today, we are creating a new hybrid work model to support staff with remote work from anywhere in the United States, work from one of our offices when they formally re-open on September 7, or a combination of both. This is an exciting time to join Tides.

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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.

In the past, Tides staff have worked predominantly from our offices in San Francisco and New York. Today, we are creating a new hybrid work model to support staff with remote work from anywhere in the United States, work from one of our offices when they formally re-open on September 7, or a combination of both. This is an exciting time to join Tides.

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

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Senior Grants Specialist

The Senior Grants Specialist will partner with cross-functional teams, including client services, legal, finance, to provide exceptional grant making expertise and service for Tides’ philanthropic partners and grantees. This is a dynamic role that works closely with high-touch clients to facilitate strategic grant making in a fast-paced environment. The primary responsibilities of this role are to help the grants manager lead the team’s strategic projects and grant making due diligence and facilitation for high-touch clients. A successful candidate will be comfortable working in an administrative role while applying a critical and strategic eye to improving the team’s operations.

In the past, Tides staff have worked predominantly from our offices in San Francisco and New York. Today, we are creating a new hybrid work model to support staff with remote work from anywhere in the United States, work from one of our offices when they formally re-open on September 7, or a combination of both. This is an exciting time to join Tides.

The Senior 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.

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Senior Advisor, Philanthropy

The Senior Advisor, Philanthropy is a core member of the Philanthropic Services team and the broader Client Services Department at Tides. The Philanthropic Services team provides integrated services for individual, family, foundation and social change leader partners to support grantmaking, impact investing, advocacy, donor collaboration, and strategic advisory solutions. Big picture, the Senior Advisor, Philanthropy will help lead the evolution of Tides service offering to individual and family donor partners.

Day to day, they will have an assigned portfolio of client partners with an emphasis on serving the individual and family client segment and a secondary focus on providing support to foundation and social change leader partners as needed. In addition to providing core grantmaking and fund management support, the Senior Advisor, Philanthropy will provide strategic advice and guidance to individual and family donors by managing discrete consulting engagements from design through execution.

As the service offering develops, the Senior Advisor, Philanthropy will ensure that the entire Philanthropic team has the tools, training and resources needed to deepen engagement with individual and family donors across the entire portfolio. The Senior Advisor, Philanthropy will lead in identifying best practices in the sector with an eye toward future growth and strategic response to ever-increasing demand for Tides solutions.

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, Legal, Compliance, Strategic Partnerships. The Senior Advisor 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 Tides client partners.

In the past, Tides staff have worked predominantly from our offices in San Francisco and New York. Today, we are creating a new hybrid work model to support staff with remote work from anywhere in the United States, work from one of our offices when they formally re-open on September 7, or a combination of both. This is an exciting time to join Tides.

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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.

In the past, Tides staff have worked predominantly from our offices in San Francisco and New York. Today, we are creating a new hybrid work model to support staff with remote work from anywhere in the United States, work from one of our offices when they formally re-open on September 7, or a combination of both. This is an exciting time to join Tides.

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.

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Accounting Specialist AP - Fiscal Sponsorship

The Accounting Specialist, under the direction of the Accounting Supervisor AP/AR, is responsible for the timely and accurate delivery of accounts payable services on a daily basis for Tides fiscal sponsorship operations.  This role will drive impact and foster a culture that is grounded in Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (JEDI) and Tides core values – Respect, Accountability, Creativity, Equity and Empowerment.

In the past, Tides staff have worked predominantly from our offices in San Francisco and New York. Today, we are creating a new hybrid work model to support staff with remote work from anywhere in the United States, work from one of our offices when they formally re-open on September 7, or a combination of both. This is an exciting time to join Tides.

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

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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.

In the past, Tides staff have worked predominantly from our offices in San Francisco and New York. Today, we are creating a new hybrid work model to support staff with remote work from anywhere in the United States, work from one of our offices when they formally re-open on September 7, or a combination of both. This is an exciting time to join Tides.

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.

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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.

In the past, Tides staff have worked predominantly from our offices in San Francisco and New York. Today, we are creating a new hybrid work model to support staff with remote work from anywhere in the United States, work from one of our offices when they formally re-open on September 7, or a combination of both. This is an exciting time to join Tides.

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.

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