About Trickle Up:
Desde 1979, Trickle Up se ha centrado en asociarse con mujeres que viven en la pobreza extrema, que se enfrentan a múltiples niveles de exclusión por motivos de género, etnia, religión y discapacidad, para crear oportunidades económicas e impulsar la inclusión. Hasta la fecha, hemos trabajado con más de 450.000 participantes y sus familias, ayudando a sacar de la pobreza extrema a más de dos millones de personas en India, África y América.
Trickle Up is committed to working on behalf of people who live in extreme poverty: those who struggle to survive on less—often far less—than the $2:15 per day that is the global benchmark for poverty. In Latin America, our economic and social inclusion programs engage thousands of rural, indigenous people. An estimated 78 million people in Latin America live in extreme poverty, up 11 percent after the first year of the Covid pandemic.
Trickle Up currently implements projects in Mexico, Guatemala, and Colombia and plans to expand its programming and impact in the region. Trickle Up is in the process of establishing a new regional office for Latin America in Mexico City. Trickle Up is looking for a proactive leader who has experience in economic inclusion programming and can forge new partnerships, develop new programs, raise money, and build a visible, active, and high-impact team across the region. Trickle Up intends to not only expand programming (scale up our impact) but also adapt our implementation model to include more technical assistance to key governmental and NGO partners. One of the key responsibilities of the new Regional Director will be to help establish and lead this office. The Regional Representative has 4 main functions: 1) To provide leadership and accountability in the region, 2) Raise significant funds from a range of donors 3) Build key program partnerships, and 4) Support the team to reach its programmatic and operational goals.
Trickle up está en proceso de establecer una nueva oficina regional para América Latina en Ciudad de México. Una de las principales responsabilidades del nuevo director regional será ayudar a establecer y dirigir esta oficina. El Representante Regional tiene 4 funciones principales 1) Proporcionar liderazgo y rendición de cuentas en la región, 2) Recaudar fondos significativos de una serie de donantes 3) Construir asociaciones clave del programa, y 4) Apoyar al equipo para alcanzar sus objetivos programáticos y operativos.
This position, reporting to the VP of Programs, is responsible for strengthening, expanding, and fostering relationships with a diverse range of stakeholders including government, corporate and private funders, international and national foundations as well as INGO and local NGO/CBO partners. S/he will play the lead role in representing Trickle Up in the region, refining the vision for scale and multiplying impact through effective partnerships and policy influence. The Regional Director will be an exemplary leader for the TU team, building a strong, coherent, and dynamic team, modeling TU values, and strengthening our organizational-driven values approach in all aspects of our work. This role is split between externally facing (liaising with donors, partners, and participants) and internally focused (ensuring quality program implementation, supporting staff, setting goals and expectations, planning, etc.). Specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Leadership and Accountability
Preferred Knowledge and Skills
Desired Knowledge and Skills
Salary and Benefits: We offer a salary between MXN 80,000 and 90,000 monthly for this position. The successful applicant will join a dynamic, passionate, multicultural team deeply committed to the alleviation of extreme poverty. Trickle Up promotes a collegial, high-performing organizational culture in which staff communicate clearly and openly, and are reflective, innovative, and mutually accountable.
Work must be performed in Mexico.
To be considered, please click the link, and follow the instructions to upload your cover letter and resume by September 26, 2023. Candidates must be Mexican nationals. We are sorry we are unable to answer phone calls related to this posting.
All offers of employment will be subject to satisfactory references and appropriate screening checks, which include criminal records checks and other reference-check databases Trickle Up participates in the Inter-Agency Misconduct Disclosure Scheme. In line with this initiative, as part of the referencing process, we will request information from job applicants’ previous employers about any findings of sexual exploitation, abuse, or harassment during employment. By applying, you confirm your understanding of these recruitment procedures.
Trickle Up is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We value a diverse workforce and extend equal opportunity to all applicants and employees regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, sexual orientation, veteran status, disability, or any other status protected by law. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform essential job functions.•
Last updated on Sep 26, 2023
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