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Global Communities in San Diego, CA, has two job openings.
Global Communities is seeking a Managing Director, U.S. Programs to join our team in the San Diego office. The Managing Director, U.S. Programs is responsible for growing and leading the U.S. arm of Global Communities, setting the strategic vision and guiding future growth. Technical knowledge of healthcare finance and public health programming strongly preferred. This position will require balance and harmony amongst the following:
- Internal and external focus: Ensure business operations are running smoothly; out in the community promoting resource development, and developing partnerships.
- International and local: Apply global strengths locally; creating opportunities for U.S. donors to connect to and invest in our U.S. work.
- Public and private funding sources: Ensure the continuity of public funding for our community and public health “anchor” programming; leverage unique U.S. funding sources, including reimbursement and private sector donors
- Leader and coach: Set the direction and from the front empower others to take responsibility in their positions and enabling them to lead and grow.
The Director of Black Maternal Health (BMH) ensures the achievement of BMH project objectives, and effective, transparent and ethical management of financial and human resources. The Director provides supervision and strategic guidance to the BMH project team; liaises with partners, donors and other government and non-governmental organizations in their region; facilitates the formation of key relationships and partnerships; provides ultimate oversight of financial management systems and approves key budget decisions for the BMH project. They are responsible for supervision of project monitoring and evaluation activities and lead report writing for project funders. This position is based in San Diego, California and is contingent upon award of a competitive contract. The ideal candidate will possess socio-cultural experiences comparable to the populations served, along with knowledge and respect of the values and beliefs of African American women and communities.