Partnerships Advisor/Manager

Position Summary

The Hunger Project (THP) is seeking a Partnerships Advisor/Manager to join the USFR Programs and Partnership & Program Development team to work as the link between funder agencies and program countries on strategic partnerships. rs. This role will be knowledgeable about project management and stakeholder relationships with The Hunger Project’s strategic partners. This role will work closely with local leaders, engaging them to remain involved in the success of the nutrition and micronutrient program. This role will research and identify gaps in nutrition status and collaborate with partners in the preparation and facilitation of reports. This role will support capacity development efforts by identifying training opportunities for all involved with the program. This role will continue THP’s efforts in international development, program and project management, and THP’s mission of creating a world without hunger.

This full-time position is based out of THP’s Global Office in New York City, and remote candidates who reside in the DMV, or New York Tri-State area are encouraged to apply. This role will report to the Senior Director, New Business Development, and is exempt from overtime.

How to Apply

Please forward your letter of interest, resume, salary expectations, and writing sample for immediate consideration to grantsmgmt@thp.org. Please include “Partnerships Advisor” in the subject line of your email.

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