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US Team

Madi Barker Development Manager

Madi Barker

Development Manager

Katy Cook Administrative Director

Katy Cook

Administrative Director

David Cuthbert CEO

David Cuthbert

CEO

Josh Elliott International Operations Director

Josh Elliott

International Operations Director

Jason English Spiritual Development Director

Jason English

Spiritual Development Director

Doc Hendley Founder & President

Doc Hendley

Founder & President

Shane Hillman Program Development Manager

Shane Hillman

Program Development Manager

Eric Huxley Director of Operations

Eric Huxley

Director of Operations

Kaylie Kushmer Volunteer Coordinator

Kaylie Kushmer

Volunteer Coordinator

Adam Loesing Data and Technology Fellow

Adam Loesing

Data and Technology Fellow

Courtney Mattar Donor Relations Coordinator

Courtney Mattar

Donor Relations Coordinator

Lisa Merritt Volunteer Programs Director

Lisa Merritt

Volunteer Programs Director

Tina M. Owen Director of Fund Development

Tina M. Owen

Director of Fund Development

 

International Staff

 
Jhonny Anderson Amazon National Program Manager

Jhonny Anderson

Amazon National Program Manager

Radhames Carela Dominican Republic National Program Manager

Radhames Carela

Dominican Republic National Program Manager

Roshani Karki Nepal National Program Manager

Roshani Karki

Nepal National Program Manager

Savuth Lo Cambodia National Program Manager

Savuth Lo

Cambodia National Program Manager

Current Openings

 

International Program Manager

Reports To: International Operations Director
Position: Fellowship, Full-Time
Location: Dominican Republic, Cambodia, East Africa, Amazon, Nepal

Reporting to the International Operations Director, the IPM will be responsible to assist in program planning, finance, implementation, reporting, monitoring & evaluation and all other mission objectives within a designated country or region. Additionally, the IPM will act as liaison for WTW Intl in their community and with partners and other NGO’s in the specific territory. All functions and program initiatives will be carried out in coordination with the National Program Manager (NPM) to ensure greatest impact is being achieved for the specific program and within the budgets of a territory. Additionally, the IPM will work in the spirit of interdependence, innovation, and growth to ensure Wine To Water meets its strategic objectives.

Responsibilities:
• Manage International Office(s) for designated territory including additional staff & interns
• Network with local organizations to build rapport and strengthen local relationships
• Manage territorial relationships in support of WTW initiatives

Support NPM in:

  • Identifying and vetting WaSH initiatives in support of WTW’s mission
  • Submission of program proposals and all monthly and quarterly reports in accordance with WTW International Operations SOP
  • Creating, submitting, and managing operational and program budgets for responsible territory(s) in accordance with WTW Intl
  • Submission of media and stories for external promotion to WTW Comms Director weekly
  • Oversight of field operations for approved programs by coordinating with community leaders and government offices
  • Assist Volunteer Director in setting up volunteer trips to territory and assist in hosting or host volunteers on behalf of WTW
  • Research available grants for WaSH in territory and write grant applications with a goal of at least $50K per year in grant awards

Requirements:

  • Excellent writing, editing, presentation, and communication skills
  • Sufficient in Google Drive & Microsoft Suite
  • Positive Attitude, Detail Oriented, and Organized
  • Excellent project management skills
  • Ability to create and manage an operating budget and report accordingly
  • Ability to interact and host volunteers in support of WTW’s mission

Key Qualifications:
WTW is committed to growing in community in support of its strategic plan. In this regard, many processes and ways we do our work is being enhanced and developed to reach the targets and goals of the organization. The IPM will be a critical member of this development. Even so, more importantly than even what we do is how we do it. The team at Wine To Water is fully committed to working interdependently, leveraging the strengths and input of everyone in a selfless and innovative way. In support of these efforts, a successful IPM will contribute to the team by dedicating him/herself to listen, understand, contribute, and work diligently with the highest standards of trust and respect. Being a positive team member is the most critical part of being a part of the WTW family. The IPM should demonstrate a passion for people and must believe in the core values of the organization. The IPM must also exhibit good judgment, be task oriented and results driven in order to encourage a positive team culture that fosters growth.

Budget and Office Coordinator

Reports to: Admin. Director
Position: Full-Time
Location: International Headquarters; Boone, North Carolina

Do you love creating systems and processes that increase efficiency? Are you amazingly talented at keeping track of all kinds of tiny details? Are you known for balancing your checkbook to the penny and for making color-coded, dynamic spreadsheets? Do you want to be challenged all the time at work, pushed to the limit, learn a ton of stuff, uphold nonprofit fiscal responsibility standards, have a lot of fun, be frustrated on occasion and inspired frequently, and make a significant impact?

Wine To Water is looking for a Budget & Office Coordinator who wants an opportunity to learn and develop within an organization that is growing rapidly. The Budget & Office Coordinator will play a vital role on the team, managing various aspects of the office and maintaining financial and administrative records. W|W intends to invest deeply in the professional development of this position, offering ample opportunities for growth and development as the program grows, gaining increasing levels of responsibility and opportunity over time.

JOB DESCRIPTION
In this position, you will serve as a member of the Administrative Department team at Wine To Water, which is responsible for monitoring, forecasting and reconciling the budget for a $1.7M nonprofit organization. You will manage financial transactions using the organization’s donor, fundraising and accounting systems. It is your responsibility to ensure that there is a substantial record for each transaction. In this position, you will also manage general office operations and provide administrative support to all departments in carrying out Wine To Water’s mission.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

Office Operations 20%
• Oversee external communications including mail, telephone, and emails
• Monitor and order supplies
• Participate heavily in staff and interdepartmental meetings

Financial Administration 75%
• Maintain accurate and timely financial & administrative records including Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, Payroll, and management of expenses to budget
• Produce accurate and timely financial reports
• Oversee organizational travel logistics
• Ensure that W|W’s finance, administrative, and human resource systems are efficient, compliant, and user-friendly, strategically assessing them regularly and making improvements
• Assist with annual certifications, solicitation licenses, tax return and annual report
• Lead administrative interns and provide curriculum-based professional development and training in relation to administrative and office activities

Human Resources 5%
• Oversee new hire paperwork and communicate benefit enrollment changes to insurance providers
• Maintain personnel files

REPORTING
This position reports directly to the Administrative Director. There will be constant opportunities to collaborate with all Wine To Water team members on various projects and activities. You will also be expected to assist with overseeing administrative interns and keeping them on-task.

INTERDEPENDENCE
The Administrative Department at Wine To Water provides timely and accurate financial reports to team members including the Board of Directors, staff, interns and volunteers. Interdependence is what allows Wine To Water to operate effectively on a global scale. In this position, you will be working directly with all team members on various projects and will be required to provide training and assistance to the team, as needed, on financial and administrative aspects of the organization.

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS
• Passion for working in the nonprofit sector
• An eye for creating efficiencies and keeping track of details
• Ability to work with confidential documents, using discretion regarding information held
• Self-motivation to work independently, take initiative and anticipate need
• Ability to balance multiple priorities with an appropriate sense of urgency
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills and strong sense of professionalism
• Talent for creating and managing systems
• Flexibility and adaptability
• Love of continuous learning and professional development
• Commitment to our mission and our values of servant leadership, interdependence and extreme ownership

EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance and/or 2+ years’ experience working with budgeting and finance in a professional office setting
• Comfort with computers and a variety of online platforms
• Advanced experience with Microsoft Excel/Google Sheets

COMPENSATION & BENEFITS
• This is a full-time, exempt position, working 40 hours per week, with a base salary range of $28,000-$32,000. Salary offer will be dependent on experience
• W|W also offers a discretionary annual bonus of 15% of base salary based on individual and organizational performance metrics as well as a 401k retirement savings plan
• We believe in work-life balance, and are committed to keeping the workload in alignment with a standard workweek, as well as offering a flexible, family-friendly schedule
• W|W is a unique organization in the way it operates due to domestic and overseas operations. Trust and integrity of employment guide Paid Time Off (PTO) accountability. Therefore, W|W works in a self-monitored PTO system with 15 days of annual PTO as the expected standard for full-time employees
• We provide medical, dental, and vision insurance with W|W covering over 100% of premiums for full-time staff

HIRING PROCESS & TIMELINE
• Please complete the application and submit a cover letter and resume. In your cover letter, please be sure to tell us why you are interested in this job and what makes you a strong candidate
• We will review applications on a rolling basis until the position is filled
• We will begin scheduling interviews by the end of May and conduct interviews through mid-June
• If you are invited for an in-person interview, we will ask for two work samples relevant to this position, e.g. a process you created, a spreadsheet/budget sample, or other relevant materials
• We may invite finalists back for a second interview
• We would like to have the selected candidate start by July 1, 2017

Volunteer Program Manager

Reports To: Director of Volunteer Programs
Position: Full Time
Location: International Headquarters; Boone, North Carolina

JOB DESCRIPTION
The Volunteer Programs Manager is primarily responsible for coordinating and managing all of the volunteer teams that go into the field as well as managing our Internship Program. This position oversees all stateside logistics during the pre-trip and post-trip phase of the volunteers experience with Wine To Water (WTW), and communicating with the ground teams concerning regarding the needed field information. Since the Volunteer Program (VP) exist to provide an opportunity to serve and understand the realities of the global water crisis, and this experience is just one piece of a long-term process of learning about the water crisis, engaging in different cultures, and serving one another in community, this position ensures that each step of the process is done to a high level of accuracy and with a personal touch. The VP Manager will also work closely with and manage the VP interns on their daily tasks and duties to make sure the team is operating efficiently.
The VP Team exists to welcome anyone who is looking for an opportunity to serve, whether in an internship, fellowship, or serving internationally on a volunteer service trip. Our goal is to build a strong community of volunteers who are connected to WTW through meaningful relationships.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
Volunteer Program
• Manage logistics for all volunteer teams - application, registration, payment, flight, calendar, media updates, etc.
• Communicate professionally and effectively to volunteers, field and stateside staff
• Keep accurate financial records for each trip
• Travel to lead a volunteer trip when needed and act as the liaison between volunteers and ground team, while exhibiting cultural sensitivity
• Recruit and build relationships with volunteers before, during and after service-trips
• Produce media content from the field
• Assist with other VP and office duties as needed
• Encourage and connect volunteers to opportunities within the W|W community to stay engaged
• Continue education on leadership, international service trip philosophy studies, and spiritual development
• Communicate and represent W|W’s faith-based values when needed with volunteers of different backgrounds and beliefs
• Work at W|W with a heart of service and commitment to the organization’s mission
Intern Program
• Manage Wine To Water’s internship program
• Lead recruiting and strategic partnerships efforts for the internship program
• Create new internship positions based on staff need and advertise openings
• Coordinate and manage all interns throughout their internships
• Develop and maintain internship application forms and contracts
• Plan & coordinate internship training, orientation and development activities
• Process applications, conduct interviews and oversee intern hiring
• Maintain internship calendar with work schedules, activities and start/end dates

REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS
• Bachelor’s Degree
• 2+ years’ experience working in a office and leadership skills
• Proficiency in MS Office Suite, Adobe Acrobat, email
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills and strong sense of professionalism
• Attention to detail
• Ability to work with confidential documents, using discretion regarding information held
• Self-motivation to work independently, take initiative and anticipate need
• Ability to balance multiple priorities with an appropriate sense of urgency
• Ability to create and foster relationships with a positive attitude and exemplary customer service
• Superior relational skills
• Organizational and management skills

ORGANIZATIONAL VALUES:
W|W is committed to growing in community in support of its strategic plan. In this regard, many processes and ways we do our work is being enhanced and developed to reach the targets and goals of the organization. Each staff member will be a critical member of this development. Even so, more importantly than even what we do is how we do it. The team at Wine To Water is fully committed to working interdependently, leveraging the strengths and input of everyone in a selfless and innovative way. In support of these efforts, a successful staff member will contribute to the team by dedicating him/herself to listen, understand, contribute, and work diligently with the highest standards of trust and respect. Being a positive team member is the most critical part of being a part of the W|W family. The staff member should demonstrate a passion for people and must believe in the core values of the organization. The staff member must also exhibit good judgment, be task oriented and results driven to encourage a positive team culture that fosters growth.

COMPENSATION & BENEFITS
• This is a full-time, exempt position, working 40 hours per week, with a base salary range of $28,000-$32,000. Salary offer will be dependent on experience
• W|W also offers a discretionary annual bonus of 15% of base salary based on individual and organizational performance metrics as well as a 401k retirement savings plan
• We believe in work-life balance, and are committed to keeping the workload in alignment with a standard workweek, as well as offering a flexible, family-friendly schedule
• W|W is a unique organization in the way it operates due to domestic and overseas operations. Trust and integrity of employment guide Paid Time Off (PTO) accountability. Therefore, W|W works in a self-monitored PTO system with 15 days of annual PTO as the expected standard for full-time employees
• We provide medical, dental, and vision insurance with W|W covering over 100% of premiums for full-time staff

HIRING PROCESS & TIMELINE
• Please complete the application and submit a cover letter and resume. In your cover letter, please be sure to tell us why you are interested in this job and what makes you a strong candidate
• We will review applications on a rolling basis until the position is filled
• We may invite finalists back for a second interview

Volunteer Program Coordinator

Reports to: Volunteer Programs Director
Position: International Fellow, Full-Time
Location: Dominican Republic

The Volunteer Program Coordinator Fellow will be primarily responsible for hosting and coordinating all volunteer teams in the Dominican Republic. These responsibilities will include all pre-trip logistics, field coordination, and post-trip engagement activities. As a year-long fellowship, the first month will be served in Boone, NC, and the following 11 months will be served in the Dominican Republic. This position is also responsible for walking volunteers through the Wine To Water (WTW) curriculum, sharing the philosophy with the volunteers while they build community as they serve. They will work as the liaison between the National Logistics Coordinator and the volunteers to create a positive and impacting experience for everyone.

Job Requirements:

  • Professional Communication to volunteers, field staff, and stateside staff
  • Cultural Sensitivity
  • Be able to build teamwork and community amongst the volunteer team and also within the water beneficiary community
  • Planning and Organizing International Volunteers Trips
  • Managing information and general administration support of all Volunteer Trips
  • Producing media content from the field for project updates and pre-trip materia
  • Developing deeper relationships with beneficiary communities
  • Self-development - Continued education on leadership, international service trip philosophy studies, and spiritual development
  • Ability to communicate and represent WTW’s faith based values when needed with volunteers of different backgrounds and beliefs
  • Work at Wine To Water with a heart of service and commitment to the organization’s mission
  • Requires some travel to other WTW locations to host volunteer teams