RESULTS is a movement of passionate, committed, everyday people. Together we use their voices to influence political decisions that will bring an end to poverty.
Join our team! See current opportunities below and apply today.
Salary starts at: $80,000
Location requirement: Washington D.C. metro area, flexible remote/hybrid arrangement
Desired start date: August 21, 2023
RESULTS is a movement of passionate and committed people whose mission is to create the political will to end poverty in the United States and around the world. RESULTS empowers individuals to exercise their personal and political power for change by mobilizing the voices of grassroots constituent advocates throughout its nationwide network to leverage public investment in programs and improved policies that reduce poverty and inequality. Over the last 40 years, RESULTS advocates have been building strong relationships with members of Congress, engaging with the media, and collaborating with an array of partners throughout the country and around the world.
The Grants Administration Team is central to RESULTS Educational Fund’s overall effective operations, assuring appropriate usage of restricted grant funding across personnel and activities. It is partner to the Development Team in developing financial plans, donor reports and proposals, and manages financial relationships with affiliated grant-funded international organizations and collaborates closely with them on workplans and reporting.
Reporting to the Director, Grants Administration, the Grants and Financial Analyst plays a significant role in budgeting needs for new funding opportunities and renewal and post-award grant management for the organization by analyzing and processing financial data related to grant funding, collaborating on financial and operational tool evaluation and implementation, and reviewing and assessing the grants budgeting process.
Analysis and Reconciliation
Strategic Proposal Support
Tools Creation and Management
Retirement & Other Benefits
RESULTS Educational Fund’s Commitment to Anti-Oppression, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
RESULTS believes that poverty cannot end as long as oppression exists, and it is committed to creating an equitable workplace. People of color, members of LGBTQ+ communities, and people with firsthand experience of poverty are strongly encouraged to apply. RESULTS is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, disability, religion, ethnicity, national origin, gender, or sexual orientation. Poverty cannot end as long as oppression exists. RESULTS commits to opposing all forms of oppression, including ableism, ageism, biphobia, classism, colonialism, homophobia, racism, religious discrimination, sexism, transphobia, white saviorism, and xenophobia.
RESULTS pledges to create space for all voices, including those who are currently experiencing poverty. It will address oppressive behavior in its interactions, families, communities, work, and world. Its strength is rooted in its diversity of experiences, not in its assumptions.
With unearned privilege comes the responsibility to act so the burden to educate and change doesn’t fall solely on those experiencing oppression. When RESULTS misses the mark on its values, it will acknowledge its mistake, seek forgiveness, learn, and work together as a community to pursue equity. There are no saviors—only partners, advocates, and allies. RESULTS agrees to help make its movement a respectful, inclusive space.
Due to the volume of submissions, we will not be able to respond to all applicants. Please send cover letter and your resume to [email protected] subject line: “Grants and Financial Analyst.” Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and interviews will be scheduled with qualified candidates.
Please note all applicants must be authorized to work in the United States; RESULTS is unable to sponsor work visas for this position at this time.
This position is based in Washington, DC. Due to COVID-19, all staff are currently working remotely/hybrid and following the CDC COVID-19 guidelines. This position will be expected to work from RESULTS’ office in Washington, DC once conditions for return are met.
Salary starts at: $180,000
Location Requirement: Washington D.C. metro area, flexible remote/hybrid arrangement
Desired Start Date: September 1, 2023
RESULTS Educational Fund (RESULTS) is a movement of passionate, committed, everyday people using their voices to bring an end to poverty.
Since 1980, RESULTS has identified the highest-impact policy solutions to poverty and cultivated an advocacy movement that secured the political leadership, focus, and resources to get the job done. We have worked to change dozens of government policies, help pass legislation, and unlock tens of billions of dollars in government funding for the fight against poverty.
RESULTS knows that poverty cannot end as long as oppression exists. We commit to opposing all forms of oppression and pledge to create a space for all voices, including those who are currently experiencing poverty.
RESULTS has affiliates and partners across five continents and a powerful network of volunteer advocates across all 50 states supported by a staff of grassroots organizers, policy and legislative experts, advocates, and media advocacy specialists.
With a shared goal of ending poverty, RESULTS is a non-partisan organization with a nation-wide network of volunteer advocates who utilize the incredible power of their voices to change the world. Learn more about RESULTS here.
RESULTS seeks an exceptional seasoned leader and decisive strategist to help propel its mission and vision forward in the role of Vice President, Campaigns and Advocacy. This is an exciting opportunity for an entrepreneurial senior team leader who is passionate about the mission of RESULTS to end poverty in the U.S. and around the world.
The Vice President, Campaigns & Advocacy holds overall responsibility and accountability for leading, inspiring, and managing the Campaigns Department to accomplish bold, impactful, policy change through proven and innovative advocacy strategies. They will advance the organization’s goals by skillfully leveraging and building RESULTS grassroots advocacy network and strategic partnerships and guiding parallel, direct, and staff-led advocacy efforts with the U.S. government and other key global entities. They will lead our advocacy strategies in ways that fully live into our organizational values of justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion through all aspects of our work.
The Vice President, Campaigns & Advocacy (VPCA) will serve as a thought partner, report directly to, and work closely with the organization’s Executive Director towards achieving the organization’s mission and defining its vision. Sitting on the executive leadership team, they will share ownership for the strategic direction of the organization, recognize and respond to potential risks and opportunities, and uphold organization-wide priorities.
The VPCA will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for grassroots campaign and advocacy program areas, and will represent RESULTS on a national and international level with external audiences. They will oversee and manage the Campaigns Team, a department which includes Grassroots Campaigns, Expansion, Communications, US Policy and Global Policy. The VPCA role currently has six direct reports at the director level. The department is responsible for executing the RESULTS strategy on U.S. and global poverty policy campaigns through mobilizing and growing a nation-wide network of grassroots volunteer advocates, managing legislative and policy analysis, and directing staff engagement with the U.S. government, World Bank, and other global entities. As the engine that drives the work of RESULTS forward, the Campaigns Team is the largest at RESULTS with a staff of 20+ grassroots organizers, policy and legislative experts, advocates, and media advocacy specialists.
Additionally, the Vice President will be committed to fostering a culture of philanthropy and will work in close partnership with the Development Team to ensure RESULTS has the strong donor partnerships necessary to achieve its goals and advance the organization’s mission to end poverty in the U.S. and around the world.
Specific responsibilities include:
TEAM & ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP
STRATEGIC VISION & IMPLEMENTATION
DRIVE GROWTH & MEASURE IMPACT
The ideal candidate is a senior leader with solid experience in managing and bringing together high-performing teams and a track record in setting and achieving bold policy targets and driving innovative advocacy campaigns. They are a confident and decisive leader with a minimum of 10 years working in advocacy, public policy, and/or movement building.
The incoming candidate must be a solutions-focused and collaborative leader with proven diplomatic and problem-solving skills in a multi-stakeholder environment. Self-directed with sound professional judgement, the ideal candidate is:
An outcomes-driven team builder who leads with a can-do attitude and strives to create people-centered systems, processes, and tools that help teams work better. They model supportive leadership, empathy, transparency, and belief in others while holding individuals and teams accountable. They effectively manage up, advocate for change, and address issues of power and privilege as they arise. They bring the humility and emotional intelligence to form trusting relationships that allow for the co-creation of impactful and equitable processes that support organizational strategy and programming with demonstrated management experience and a collaborative, nurturing approach to supporting work and teams.
A strategic innovator with deep project management experiencewho can juggle multiple competing projects and priorities while directing and executing specific tasks and ensuring stakeholders are appropriately engaged along the way. With an ability and desire to move between strategy and implementation, the ideal candidate will be a seasoned non-profit leader who understands how to build effective internal partnerships, foster clarity and transparency, and consistently drive towards greater efficiency.
An expert campaign designer who can propel campaigns and programs forward with experience leading through growth, competing interests, opportunities, and change. They can articulate and build alignment between near-term action and long-term goals. They have a proven track record of conceptualizing and implementing successful grassroots advocacy campaigns. They have experience building institutional strategies using matrixed approaches and leveraging multi-disciplinary teams.
A movement builder who has worked with and built strong domestic and/or global networks of volunteers, members, and/or advocacy groups. They have experience developing high-impact and extensive networks and partnerships with influential and complex stakeholders.
A savvy resource mobilizer with a solid understanding of donor cultivation, grants management, and data-driven reporting. They have overseen, managed, or actively participated in rigorous processes that identify priorities, develop strategies, and raise funding resources for campaigns and/or programs. They have ensured high-quality program delivery and have a thorough understanding of complex monitoring and evaluation reporting procedures for large institutional grants. They are an engaging speaker and communicator who sees the inherent connection between strong communications and fundraising. They lead the charge of ensuring that program teams are heavily invested in and part of the fundraising process.
A bold global and/or domestic policy advocate with a solid understanding of the domestic and global policy issues that RESULTS works on. They recognize the levers of change that influence policy and know how to skillfully push and pull on those levers to shape and influence legislation. They ideally have experience leading teams of global and/or domestic policy experts. They communicate effectively with diverse, global audiences and ideally bring relationships with key global stakeholders and/or pivotal legislative and congressional players domestically.
A storyteller who can articulate the power of our work and how what we do drives impact. They look back on what’s been done and communicate why it has mattered and what’s been achieved. They can contextualize our activities and outcomes and illuminate the significance. They can express both what funding commitments have made possible and what more could be achieved with additional resources. They are able to express the unique value RESULTS brings to effecting change in the world and within the larger advocacy communities and partnerships in which our work is situated.
RESULTS believes that poverty cannot end as long as oppression exists and is committed to creating an equitable and inclusive workplace. People of color, members of LGBTQ+ communities, and people with firsthand experience of poverty are strongly encouraged to apply.
RESULTS is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, disability, religion, ethnicity, national origin, gender, or sexual orientation.
While hybrid/remote work arrangements are possible, the Vice President role is located in Washington, DC. and the successful candidate must reside within the DC metro area.
Please note all applicants must be authorized to work in the United States for any employer; RESULTS is unable to sponsor work visas for this position at this time.
The salary range for this position starts at $180,000. For all staff and their dependents, RESULTS Educational Fund pays 100% of the premiums and out-of-pocket costs (deductibles, co-pays, prescriptions, etc.) for our CareFirst reference plan, which includes medical and dental coverage.
RESULTS offers flexible spending accounts for medical, dependent care, and transportation/parking costs to which employees may contribute with pre-tax payroll deductions. RESULTS offers a 401(k) Retirement Plan which has both pre- and post-tax contribution options. RESULTS also offers short-term disability, long-term disability, and life insurance coverage at no cost to employees. RESULTS offers generous paid annual leave at the following levels: 15 days of vacation, 10 days of sick leave, and 5 days of personal leave. In addition to federal holidays, RESULTS closes its offices the last week of the year without requiring leave to be taken.
Please submit your resume and cover letter expressing your interest in the position and fit for the role to [email protected].