Officer, Partnerships | March 2024

Position Summary

The Hunger Project (THP) is seeking a Partnerships Officer to join our Programs and Partnership Development (PPD) team. The primary responsibilities of this role include reaching out and meeting with potential partners, identifying and tracking relevant upcoming opportunities, drafting proposals and other application documents, and providing support for logistics and administrative tasks during proposal cycles, including procurement and oversight of consultants and travel arrangements.

This position works collaboratively with key staff in THP’s Program Countries, Partner Countries and is a member of the entire global office team. This full-time position prefers staff who sit in the New York Tri-State or District Maryland Virginia area. The position reports to the Senior Director, Strategic Partnership. The Partnerships Officer is exempt and is not eligible for overtime.

The salary range for this position is $55,000 – $70,000, not including an annualized cafeteria plan allowance currently fixed at $18,000. The candidate must have eligibility to work in the U.S. and must not require visa sponsorship in the future.

THP employees are not expected to be physically present in the New York or other THP Office space in the USA, except if required for service or by the job function, or determined by the supervisor, or for meeting purposes as needed and instructed by the supervisor. A supervisor can always ask for a direct report to come to a THP office space or other meeting space to meet in person for business reasons. To foster collaboration and build teams, THP employees may be required to join in-person meetings and gatherings. THP may provide reasonable accommodations to employees who require an exception to this policy.

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 Officer” in the subject line of your e-mail.

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