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Posted: Thursday, October 26, 2017 12:11 AM


Full Time

Minimum: $40,000.00
Maximum: $47,000.00


The Assistant Director works under the direct supervision of the Executive and is responsible for the management and day-to-day administration of the US operations, with focus on human resources, communications, development and fundraising, volunteer liaison, and procurement/ logistics.

This position requires a positive problem-solving attitude, the ability to work with others; business acumen and organizational skills; the skill to work productively with minimal supervision; and the experience to represent Konbit Sante well. Other qualifications and requirements include:
Five or more years of experience directly related to a majority of the specified duties.
Able to work with high degree of independence and accuracy
Demonstrates excellent leadership, interpersonal, and supervisory skills
Demonstrates good organizational and coordination skills
Successful fundraising/development background highly desirable.
Demonstrates strong communication skills, both written and oral
Demonstrates strong financial planning and management skills
Able to gather data and information, and prepare computer generated reports
Articulates a mission-oriented philosophy
Is comfortable working with diverse individuals and organizations; experience working in a different culture desirable
Flexible about time requirements (i.e. able to attend some evening meetings)
Criminal background check

Coordinates US-based activities with Executive Director and Haiti-based management staff.
Supervises activities of US-based staff
Develops and implements fundraising/development plans, with the Development Committee
Participates in all KS Board of Directors monthly meetings; leads selected US-based committees.
Plans and coordinates the execution of organizational policy, procedures, and operations;
In the case of the prolonged absence of the Executive Director, the Assistant will assume the role and duties of the Executive Director, and will report directly to the President of the Board.
Miscellaneous job-related duties and special projects as assigned by Executive Director.

Human Resource Management
Acts as the primary human resources manager of all US-based staff, responsible for hiring, promotion, and termination in accordance with the US Konbit Sante Employee Handbook.
Manages the work flow in the US office; prioritizing, supervising, assigning and coordinating work of all US-based staff and volunteers.
Ensures up-to-date job descriptions and performance evaluations, and sound human resource practices for US KS staff.
Monitors compliance with KS policies and procedures, as well as relevant regulations and laws.
Plans, develops, and coordinates policies, procedures, and operations of volunteers; promoting active and appropriate participation by volunteers in the organization's work.

Development & Communications/Public Relations
Develops and implements fundraising/development plans, with the Development Committee
Assists with preparing major donor requests in collaboration with the Executive Director and Program Director and at times represents the organization with major donors.
Works with staff and volunteers to develop and maintain communications through website, social media, email blasts, annual reports, brochures, newsletters, volunteer guides, etc.
Assures that donor databases are maintained. Maintains official records and documents, and ensures compliance with applicable regulations and major donor reporting requirements.

Manages Konbit Sante’s supply chain program, including:
Supervision of staff and volunteers involved
Management of warehouse space
Inventory procurement (donated or purchased), and stock management
Logistics associated with shipping supplies
Working with clinical staff and volunteers to determine materials and equipment needs

Financial Management
Assists the Executive Director with the development of the Annual Budget.
Works with the Executive Director, Treasurer, and Office Manager to maintain appropriate financial records and prepare budget reports.
Participates on the board Finance Committee, to assist with fiscal planning, development of financial policies, and strategic direction.
Oversees the fiscal and administrative aspects of contract management.

French or Haitian Creole proficiency highly desirable, but not required.


4-year degree

Please send cover letter explaining your interest and qualifications for this position, along with yout resume to

• Location: Falmouth Maine

• Post ID: 6535107 maine is an interactive computer service that enables access by multiple users and should not be treated as the publisher or speaker of any information provided by another information content provider. © 2017