Summary: Atlanta-based Integral Global (“IG”) delivers public health impact to vulnerable communities and expands the reach and effectiveness of federal agencies, private and corporate foundations, and international partners in dynamic, difficult-to-reach environments. Sustainability and relational integrity are central to IG’s approach to every engagement. We collaborate closely with Ministries of Health and other in-country partners in the Middle East, Central Asia, South Asia, and East Africa to ensure that the impact of our work continues long after a project concludes. Our track record, in-country relationships, and knowledge of on-the-ground operations allow us to rapidly and effectively mobilize resources to achieve our clients’ goals. Learn more at: https://www.integralglobal.net/
The Deputy Director is a key position at IG and will be responsible for the overall management and operations of the entire organization. This is a senior-level positions that requires an individual who is highly organized, has a strong sense of ethics, and is a devout team player. IG is rapidly growing and so is its team of public health professionals, The ideal candidate must be an “out of the box” thinker, espouse versatility in your role, and be nimble in the company’s ability to advance its global mission of being the “linking between implementation and public health science”.
- Oversee and manage day to day operations and related decision-making for the organization
- Manage a team of three to five individuals who execute IG’s internal and external functions, which allow it to deliver public health implementation globally
- Collaborate closely with the administration and implementation teams of the organization to provide leadership, mentoring, and programmatic guidance
- Develop systems, processes, and organizational capacity that complement IG’s ability to rapidly and nimbly serve its client base (i.e. Federal clients, international partners such as WHO, UNICEF, or private foundations, and Ministries of Health)
- Oversee IG’s program delivery to ensure that its consistent with our internal goal to meet ethical and compliancy standards
- Liaise with federal and international partners to conduct report-outs, ensure accountability, and maintain routine engagement to allow smooth communication
- Participate in internal and external decision-making calls for the organization, as appropriate Conduct business development for the organization, as needed
- Report directly to the Director/Owner of the organization through concise and high-level documentation that outlines best practice scenarios – which will lead to overall organizational programming
- Strong sense of ethics while maintaining flexibility and nimbleness of public health program delivery
- Strong understanding of small business operations and support processes and policies
- Ability to manage multiple individuals and delegate tasks with routine check-ins and engagement
- Operations and management experience with international public health organizations
- Understanding of contracts and grants management preferred
- Public health competency and understanding of public health principles as it pertains to program implementation
- Prefer someone with previous federal or international NGO experience, but not a requirement
- Must be able to work with complex excel sheets and documentation
- Must be able to communicate in English with excellent writing skills
- Ability to develop budgets and financial sheets that provide high-level overview of IG’s financial profile
- Team player, listener, and delegator – but still hard working
- Prefer previous business development skills with international partners
- Strong understanding of international partners and their roles in public health (i.e. CDC, WHO, Ministries of Health, and private organizations, etc).
- At least 7 or more years of public health program development, implementation, or administration
- You must have at least a Master’s degree in Public Health, Public Administration, or other related degree
- Strong previous experience composing proposals, reports, and other project related documentation
- Have a proven track record of leading teams and ability to provide mentorship opportunities to employees
- Previous experience working with federal agencies, international public health organizations, or private foundations is highly valued
Travel: The Deputy Director requires up to 25% international and domestic travel. International trips usually last for one or more weeks at a time.
Location: This is a full-time hybrid position in Atlanta, Georgia, with remote work and in-office requirements. In-office requirements include three mandatory office days per week, with the option for remote work the other two days.
To apply for the Deputy Director position please submit a Cover Letter and Resume to Human Resources – firstname.lastname@example.org