Do you want to make a difference in the world? Join the IFIP team. We are constantly looking for talented people with a passion for human rights, Indigenous rights and a just and an equitable world.
IFIP Program Director
(Apply by April 20th, 2021) Position Overview
The Program Director leads program design, content development, planning and delivery of high-quality programming, and develops a process to evaluate IFIP’s programs. Our programs include peer learning communities and working groups on Indigenous Territories, Indigenous Women, and Indigenous-Led Funds; a Learning Institute, and annual conferences. The Program Director will enhance the design, capacity, and delivery of IFIP’s programs to amplify Indigenous Philanthropy. The Program Director will engage and partner with members and other stakeholders to deepen and grow IFIP’s programs. As a senior-level position, the Program Director will cultivate and maintain excellent relationships with members, donors, peer funder networks, Indigenous Led Funds, and Indigenous Peoples organizations. This position will work in close collaboration with Executive Director, the IFIP team and will supervise the Program Coordinator. The ideal candidate will be team-oriented and collaborative, excel at planning and overseeing programs to meet goals, and highly organized and responsive. A solid commitment to IFIP’s mission, social justice, equity, inclusion, and Indigenous Peoples’ rights is necessary for this role. More information on the positionHERE.
IFIP Operations Assistant
(Position is open until filled) Position Overview
IFIP seeks a mission-driven, motivated individual to join IFIP’s growing team as Operations Assistant. The Operations Assistant will contribute to the operational effectiveness of the organization by supporting administrative, bookkeeping, and maintenance of CRM database for overall efficiency of operations functions. This position offers an opportunity to be part of a team that works with a range of stakeholders in the philanthropic sector, including members and Indigenous partners. Understanding of, and respect for, Indigenous Peoples communities is essential for the position. Reporting to the Executive Director, this position will focus on administrative support, some book keeping and accounts reconciliation, CRM data management and maintenance, grants management, and program logistical support. This position must exercise flexibility, effective time management and be able to multitask. IFIP staff and board work virtually with in-person meetings happening throughout the year. Our members and partners are based across the globe in different time zones requiring flexible work schedule. More information on the position HERE