About the Role
We are looking for a Non-Profit Managing Director to join our team and guide Sinergia Animal Colombia forward. You will oversee all staff in Colombia, as well as all, operational, financial, and technical aspects of the organization.
This role’s responsibilities include building and refining strategies for programs, preparing progress and financial reports for the international governance board, managing and helping develop national team members, representing the organization in external events, speaking to the media, assisting with volunteer recruitment and fundraising activities, and leading annual budget and cost-effectiveness reviews.
Ultimately, you will work with various volunteers and other professionals in the organization to ensure we hit our annual program and development goals and continue to build our track record and brand recognition for future success.
* Prepare accurate and timely analyses of programs, media and development results, and performance trends.
* Provide leadership and manage staff to ensure appropriate support of all departments.
* Supervise the development of operations and finance monthly. Carry out some operational and payment duties.
* Coordinate and lead monthly, quarterly, and annual progress and budget reviews.
* Approve major systems implementations related to programmatic activities and costs.
* Retain a diverse, highly-qualified staff and team of volunteers by providing effective feedback, career coaching, and personal development for team members.
* Ensure that outcomes of programs and funding relationships are robust enough to meet or exceed strategic goals and objectives.
* Act as an excellent spokesperson to the media and other key external stakeholders.
* Build strategic and long-lasting alliances with other NGOs and key stakeholders.
About the Organisation
Sinergia Animal is an international animal protection organization working in countries of the Global South to reduce the suffering of farmed animals and promote more compassionate food choices.
We work in the low- and middle-income countries of the Global South — in Southeast Asia and Latin America — to reduce the suffering of animals exploited by the food industry and reduce animal product consumption by promoting more compassionate and healthy diets.