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The Program Associate, GPIF coordinates and implements internal initiatives such as organizational knowledge management, internal networks, project coordination, research, and general office support to the Global Policy, Institutions and Conservation Finance (GPIF) team within the External Affairs Division.
The Program Associate, GPIF builds and facilitates internal networks organization-wide, maintains and populates the team’s intranet website, manages the team’s internal communication products, organizes, maintains, and tracks files, and databases; coordinates meeting logistics, agendas, and presentations. The Program Associate, GPIF also conducts other activities in support of a team and/or GPIF managers. The Program Associate may also support the planning and logistics for large external meetings. The GPIF Program Associate reports to the Director, Global Institutions.
RESPONSIBILITIES & SCOPE
· Supervises no staff but may assist to oversee the work of volunteers, interns, or temporary staff.
· Financial responsibility which may include developing and working within a budget and completing travel expense reports.
· May provide assistance with preparation of program materials including presentations, memos, and other communications.
· Performs duties under general supervision and established guidelines.
· Prioritizes work independently, working with supervisor on complex matters as needed.
· Makes day to day decisions within the scope of work assignments.
· Consults with supervisor to address any issues that affect the work of others or the program as a whole.
· Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 2 years related work experience or equivalent combination.
· Fluency in English and (list language(s) of the countries of the relevant geography).
· Experience researching information from divergent sources and compiling it into a cohesive reporting structure.
· Experience writing and editing promotional and informational material.
· Experience presenting to and communicating with internal and external audiences.
· Experience working with partners/government agencies.
· Experience interacting with senior leadership in a professional manner.
· Multi-lingual skills and multi-cultural experience appreciated.
· Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
· Experience coordinating complex projects in a decentralized organization, working across teams, operating units and functions to achieve optimal results.
· Experience building networks, increasing internal knowledge and capacity, and identifying key stakeholders.
· Experience with databases, website management, and records maintenance.
· Experience, coursework, or other training in public policy, government relations, business, or sustainability.
· Self-starting, independent worker who can thrive in a decentralized organization with minimal oversight.
Since 1951, The Nature Conservancy has been doing work you can believe in protecting the lands and waters that all life depends on. As a science-based organization, we create innovative, on-the-ground solutions to our world’s…
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