PWB PROGRAM MANAGER

12 months, Toronto

The PWB Program Manager is a valued position at PWB and requires a good deal of experience in Project Management and Team Management. Your skills must include impeccable organization, experience coordinating various logistics, customer service, a knowledge of international development terms/problems/solutions, and you must be familiar with anti-oppression and intersectional frameworks. Above all, you must have a passion for the work we do and must be open to a flexible, authentic, warm, and autonomy/mastery/purpose-oriented work environment. This is a paid part-time position.

The ideal candidate will:

  • Demonstrate excellent organizational skills.
  • Have a post-secondary degree as well as 5-10 years of experience in Project and Team Management.
  • At least 2-3 years  of Business Development, Financial Management and Customer Service experience in any capacity.
  • Knowledge of DaPulse, Mailchimp, DropBox and/or other project/asset management tools.
  • Be an experienced traveller with International Development experience.
  • Must have excellent communication skills (written and oral).
  • Must be able to multitask and manage tasks efficiently without direction.
  • Be very self-motivated and enthusiastic.
  • Demonstrate the ability to motivate a team.
  • Knowledge of other languages an asset.

Key responsibilities:

  • Interviewing photographer/videographer candidates
  • Interviewing grassroots NGO/social enterprise candidates
  • Maintaining regular communications with our membership of over 800 photographers/videographers
  • Managing a portfolio of 80-100 (or more) projects annually 
  • Managing a team of Program Coordinators (5 or more)
  • Training and hiring new Program Coordinators as needed
  • Invoicing and financial management.
  • Management of people
  • Asset management

Interested applicants, please e-mail us with a cover letter, at least three references and resume to: info@photographerswithoutborders.org

 

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