GlobalGiving Vetting and Grants Management Fellow - Cohort 2021-2022
About the organization
GlobalGiving’s mission is to transform aid and philanthropy to accelerate community-led change.
We help fellow nonprofits access the funding, tools, training, and support they need to serve their communities. Since 2002, the GlobalGiving community has raised more than $500 million from 1 million donors for 27,000 projects in 170+ countries. Each of the nonprofits on GlobalGiving.org has been rigorously vetted and has committed to providing donors regular updates about how donations are put to work.
Fellowship Focus Areas
We have fellowship opportunities on four of our teams: Vetting and Grants, Disaster Recovery Network, Operations, and Business Partnerships,. You are welcome to apply to multiple fellowships, but please ensure that your application highlights why you are the best fit in that specific role.
The Vetting and Grant Management team interacts with nonprofit leaders in more than 170 countries to evaluate organizations that want to join GlobalGiving. Fellows use GlobalGiving’s tools to determine if new organizations are eligible to fundraise on the GlobalGiving platform or participate in a corporate partner program.
Candidates who are interested in international grantmaking, risk analysis, nonprofit governance, and cross-cultural communications are encouraged to apply.
Fellows will have the chance to:
Conduct due diligence on nonprofit organizations from around the world for GlobalGiving’s programs; assess and provide recommendations on compliance, financial, reputation, and implementation risks.
Collaborate with the Program Team as part of a cross-functional team delivering the GlobalGiving Accelerator; participate in Accelerator planning, and support its management and execution.
Work with the Business Partnerships Team to deliver GlobalGiving’s corporate partner programs. Gain exposure to corporate social responsibility initiatives & international grantmaking programs; cultivate grantee relationships; coordinate grant agreements; assess grant proposals and/or reports.
Develop expertise in nonprofit law and regulations for countries around the world; build GlobalGiving’s country information database by contributing and curating research.
Please learn more about this position by visiting https://apply.workable.com/globalgiving/j/ECE7059EA2/.
Recent college graduates, career switchers, and anyone who has a passion for what we are doing is encouraged to apply! Applicants must reside in the United States.
Applicants must be able to demonstrate that they have legal authorization to work in the United States for the duration of the Fellowship. GlobalGiving does not sponsor employment visas.
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity in our organization. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.
GlobalGiving receives a high volume of applicants for the Fellowship roles. We will review applications and move qualified candidates into screening on an ongoing basis. We anticipate doing one-way video interviews to screen applicants before they move forward to a homework phase. Those passing the homework phase will do a final team interview with other GlobalGiving staff members, including the manager of that fellowship role. We will aim to communicate to all candidates regularly on their status, if possible on a bi-weekly basis.
Equal Opportunity Employment
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