Managing Director

Job Type

Full Time


Minimum: $80,000
Maximum: $90,000




United States


TITLE: Managing Director

REPORTS TO: Executive Director

This position is responsible for supporting the Executive Director and managing the general office administration duties and communication with projects. It is expected that the Managing Director will lead and manage the day to day operations to enable the Executive Director to focus on strategic development and organizational growth. This position requires direct interaction with both the projects and funders and will play a significant role in business development contributing to the growth of the organization. This position will directly oversee the Finance Manager, Human Resources Department and Administrative Department. Travel is required up to 20% of the time.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Implement new programs and work with the Executive Director on execution of the new programs
  • Lead on new project interviews
  • Lead on all new project orientation sessions
  • Respond to all project inquiries on daily basis
  • Support projects in grant proposal submissions including review of proposals
  • Support projects in grant report submissions include producing reports for SEE
  • Tracking a grant report calendar on a monthly basis and contacting projects regarding upcoming deadlines
  • Organize content of monthly project online presentations
  • Oversee production of organization’s annual report
  • Work with Finance Manager to oversee annual audit/filing process with outside CPA firm
  • Work with Executive Director to establish new Accountability clients
  • Ensure Accountability clients receive timely and accurate service from Operations staff
  • Set up and managing tech needs for the office in conjunction with other departments
  • Establish relationships with vendors such as accountant and insurance broker
  • Oversee marketing and communications of the organization
  • Perform annual staff evaluations and work with Executive Director on findings
  • Manage Operations staff to ensure functions and responsibilities of each staff member are met on an ongoing basis
  • Ensure office procedures and policies are adhered to and implemented by staff on a consistent basis
  • Maintain positive communications with projects and funders on an ongoing basis
  • Represent SEE in internal/external meetings and/or presentations
  • Provide regular general organization updates to the Executive Director


SEE offers a robust benefit package including paid vacation days, paid sick days, 12 paid holidays per year, additional paid days off the last week of the year, 3% retire plan match, employer covered health plans including medical, dental, vision, life, long-term disability, FSA and an employee assistance program.

Level of Language Proficiency

  • Minimum of Bachelor’s degree and five years management experience
  • High degree of proficiency with computers and programs, including MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), WordPress, and Constant Contact. Web design and graphic design skills a plus.
  • Demonstrated ability in dealing directly with clients
  • Use of common database and/or bookkeeping software (Quickbooks) a plus
  • Interest in social and environmental justice a must

Professional Level


Minimum Education Required

4-year degree

How To Apply

Email a cover letter and resume to Sara Ebrahimi, SEE's Office Coordinator at

Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs is an Equal Opportunity Employer