Senior Project Manager, Global Communications

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  • Added Date: Friday, 05 August 2022
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Application Deadline: 5 PM PST, Friday, August 19, 2022

*This position is a limited-term position for 36 months with competitive salary and generous benefits. Relocation assistance will be provided.

The Foundation

We are the largest nonprofit\u00a0fighting poverty, disease, and inequity around the world. Founded on a simple premise: that people everywhere, regardless of identity or circumstances, should have the chance to live healthy, productive lives. By building a global and cultural workplace that supports\u00a0greater diversity, equity, and inclusion \u2014 of voices, ideas, and approaches \u2014 together with our employees and partners, we can help all people improve their lives from poverty and health to education. As an organization we offer hybrid work arrangements, generous PTO, employer funded defined contribution to your retirement fund, a diverse and inclusive workplace backed by 11 Employee Resource Groups and embed diversity, equity and inclusion in everything we do!

The Team

In June 2020,\u00a0the foundation\u00a0hired a Chief Communications Officer (CCO) and\u00a0established a new Communications Division\u00a0to oversee the foundation\u2019s global communications strategy.\u00a0The division\u00a0brings together internal and external communications\u00a0to advance the foundation\u2019s mission of a more equitable world.\u00a0

Office of the Chief Communications Officer

The Office of the CCO ensures resources are aligned against insights and strategic priorities. We foster an inclusive, innovative, and high-integrity culture and efficient enabling environment in line with the values of One Global Foundation and Impact First. We advance the Communication Division\u2019s vision through clear processes and operations, ensuring close coordination with internal and external stakeholders.

Position Summary

We are seeking a Senior Project Manager to support the Office of the CCO (OCCO) and work across the Communications division to fulfill our top strategic and operational priorities, as well as oversee the planning and execution of projects and activities. A priority responsibility for this role will be supporting the implementation of our Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Framework and Action Plans. This is a new role in the OCCO, developed to add project management capability and to support the division in its evolution and adoption of DEI strategies.

The ideal candidate will have knowledge of strategic communications in a global context, experience staffing senior executives and managing complex projects with multiple stakeholders and priorities, as well as exceptional organizational and written communication skills, and experience implementing diverse and inclusive policies and procedures.

What You\u2019ll Do

Provide project management for cross-divisional core meetings and workstreams including supporting the Communications Leadership Team (CLT) (by designing agendas, developing materials, facilitating meetings and retreats, note taking and action items), supporting OCCO and sub-team meetings and retreats, and developing and preparing materials for meetings and engagements.

Provide leadership for the division\u2019s DEI action plans in support of the working groups priorities, action plans, and timelines. Partner with the DEI lead for the division to ensure seamless coordination of all working projects.

Office of the Chief Communications Officer Project Management Overview

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