Senior Project Manager

Title:  Senior Project Manager, HerStart: Innovate the Future
Location: Toronto (hybrid of remote and in-office)
Commitment: 37.5 hours/week within a highly flexible working environment
Compensation: $90,000 CAD + Competitive Benefits
Contract Term: 2 years, renewable
Start Date:  July 2022
About Youth Challenge International (YCI)
YCI is a leading global youth development organization that promotes youth innovation to drive positive change. Together with our partners we create market ready solutions that catapult youth around the world to succeed and prosper; we are driven by youth and their potential to affect positive change in the world. Our solutions are focused – always keeping the young people we are designing for and with at the center of the conversation. Our approach is rooted in creativity and constantly evolving to respond to changing needs and market realities.  YCI is an organization where diversity and talent come together to shape a better future for youth around the world.
HerStart: Innovate the Future
HerStart: Innovate the Future is an initiative developed by Youth Challenge International to foster and create innovative solutions for a more equitable and prosperous economy within Ghana, Tanzania, and Uganda.
The program includes training and support for aspiring entrepreneurs in social enterprise, gender responsive business planning, the measurement of social impact, and access to finance. Canadian volunteers will be engaged in providing human capital support for activities through on-site placements and capacity building initiatives with partner organizations. Additionally, an entrepreneurial ecosystem will be catalyzed to identify and reduce gendered barriers, which will foster more enabling environments for young female entrepreneurs. This funding mechanism will also provide programmatic support for organizations to more effectively deliver gender-responsive activities that drive sustainable business ventures.
Position Summary
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Senior Project Manager will manage and coordinate the YCI HerStart: Innovate the Future project. This includes facilitating the management and coordination of staff teams and sub-contracters, providing oversight to knowledge, learning and evaluation, furthering gender equality and gender mainstreaming efforts, providing technical support to multiple program streams with a focus on youth livelihoods and women’s economic empowerment, providing management support and coordination with YCI’s teams to deliver exceptional results, establishing and maintaining positive, collaborative and productive relationships with all staff teams, as well as funding and project partners. The Senior Project Manager will be a key member of the YCI management team, with the goal to increase collaboration, creativity, quality, efficiency, and the long-term impact of our programs.
We are seeking a passionate, skilled, and creative candidate to deliver exceptional results.  We are looking for people to join our team who believe in youth as powerful agents of change, and those who are motivated by contributing to women’s empowerment and advancing both national and global gender equality agendas.
Responsibilities will include:
• Project Management: Provide management and coordination to the HerStart: Innovate the Future project including the management and coordination of project stakeholders; oversee the coordination of technical partners and sub-contractors; manage the HerStart Catalyst Fund execution in collaboration with technical support team; provide management support, collaborative leadership and coordination to Project Leads, People & Operations, Finance, Fellowship and Communication management teams to deliver exceptional results within the HerStart project framework; design, monitor, and execute project implementation plans, annual work plans and donor reporting to ensure funder and internal compliance; provide overall management to project budget and financial administration as it relates to HerStart project performance.
• Technical Execution:  Drive exceptional results through a solution oriented and collaborative mindset and the technical execution of HerStart; oversee iterative learning, monitoring and evaluation through to policy and practice; provide technical assistance and training across teams; lead gender equality integration and policy and practice development; lead HerStart’s youth livelihoods technical development while consistently driving and exploring innovation.
• Support to Special Projects and Strategic Initiatives: Provide support to special projects and strategic initiatives in coordination with the Executive Director; perform other duties as requested by the Executive Director.
Skills and Experience:
You have 7+ years of progressively responsible management experience; you are known as a collaborative leader with demonstrated results through a variety of collaborative engagement models; you have been fortunate to gain significant global experience and understand what is takes to be a successful partner in sub-Saharan Africa; you are passionate about investing in women and youth livelihoods with a track record in youth livelihoods + innovation; you can demonstrate how you have built effective teams, leadership capacity and partnerships; you exemplify a strategic mindset and are skilled at designing and implementing effective plans to achieve ambitious goals; you understand the importance of culture and how it contributes to success or failure; you celebrate and integrate learnings from both failure and success; you are an effective communicator with bilingual capacity; you are a permanent resident or a Citizen of Canada currently residing in Canada.
Please note: This position will involve international travel.
Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse
Youth Challenge International (YCI) commits to a zero-tolerance policy towards sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA) and considers any such acts a gross misconduct and grounds for dismissal. YCI recognizes the unequal power dynamics inherent in international development work and our responsibility to protect the human rights of the communities we serve and provide an environment free of sexual exploitation and abuse.
Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) is everyone’s responsibility, and all employees are required to sign and adhere to the PSEA Policy and Code of Conduct, at all times.  All employees must ensure that they understand and act in accordance with this clause.
How to apply:
Please submit your Cover Letter and CV as a single PDF document, saved in the following format: “First Name Last Name_ Senior Project Manager”. Link to apply is below.
Deadline to apply is Monday, May 30, 2022 however applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, so we encourage early submissions.
Youth Challenge International provides equal employment opportunities regardless of gender, race, religion, age, disability, sexual orientation or marital status. As such, we encourage groups who have been historically disadvantaged with respect to employment to apply for positions at Youth Challenge International.
Accommodation:
Should you require any form of accommodation during the recruitment process, kindly contact aroadburg@yci.org
We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted

Deputy Regional Program Director, Americas

Please Note: Solidarity Center staff enjoy a hybrid telework/in-person schedule. We also have a mandatory vaccine policy and safety protocols in all our facilities. All candidates applying for this role will be expected to adhere to these policies and to work in the Washington, D.C. office a minimum of three days per week unless an ADA or health-related exemption is approved.

 

Summary

 

Solidarity Center is seeking a Deputy Regional Program Director (Deputy RPD or Deputy) for its expanding Americas team, based in Washington, DC. This position supports and shares managerial oversight with the Americas Regional Program Director (RPD) for all areas of programming and finances within the department, including DC-based and field office activities across the region. The Deputy helps to manage staff, programs, budgets, operations, and documentation, sharing responsibility for the department’s overall performance. The Deputy shares responsibility for staff development and performance management of field and headquarters staff at all levels. In addition, the Deputy assists the RPD in developing a strategic vision for the region to establish program and funding priorities for the department.

 

The Deputy RPD manages the flow of information and instruction within the region and with other departments. This position carries with it the same decision making and approval authority as the RPD, along with the ability to directly respond to requests from both staff and other managers, opening bottlenecks in department processes.

 

As a member of the Solidarity Center management team, the Deputy RPD contributes to organizational decision making and represents Solidarity Center with external partners. These include the AFL-CIO and related organizations, others in non-governmental community, US government agencies, and donors. The Deputy Regional Program Director also coordinates and works in coalition with others in the non-governmental community to further policy and programmatic goals, establishes and maintains regular contact with US government agencies, and donor agencies, and plays a managerial role in developing a grant-funding strategy.

 

Qualifications

 

Broad knowledge of international trade union, socio-economic and political issues, with particular expertise in the Americas, and the ability to articulate these issues
Knowledge of the US trade union movement and its institutions and general familiarity with AFL-CIO policies and positions
Familiarity with Federal grant-related policies and procedures; experience with the US Department of Labor is desirable
Experience developing and managing budgets with accuracy and timeliness
Supervisory/management experience
Strong program and financial management skills with a high degree of organization and attention to detail
Excellent writing, editing, and analytic skills
Word processing and spreadsheet skills
An academic background, preferably a master’s degree, in labor relations, political science or international affairs, or a minimum of 10 years equivalent work experience
Ability to relate to and communicate effectively with diverse groups of people
Fluency in written and spoken Spanish; Portuguese language ability is also desirable

Field experience with a US or international labor organization is high desirable, as this position entails extensive travel to the field for supervisory program management and program development purposes.

 

Supervisor: Regional Program Director

 

Specific Duties:

Promote an atmosphere of cooperation, coordination and respect among staff at all levels and across departmental/regional lines;
Promote gender equity and equality of opportunity for all staff;
Know and follow Solidarity Center policies and procedures; ensure staff are aware of and comply with same; ensure financial and program reporting by the department; comply with SC policies and donor policies
Attend Solidarity Center regular managers meetings and communicate with staff about new developments;
In coordination with the RPD, keep senior Solidarity Center management and AFL-CIO staff informed of programs, issues and events in the region;
In tandem with the RPD, supervise headquarters-based program officers and support staff in Washington and field representatives in the region; articulate clear expectations, provide regular feedback, and hold staff accountable for their areas of responsibility;
Provide direction, technical assistance and support for evaluation of field projects related to global field projects, and, where appropriate, recruiting outside evaluators;
Recruit, train and mentor new staff;
Interact with the two staff unions on issues related to the department and participate in the development and revision of job descriptions for all department staff;
Hold regular staff meetings, for the purpose of budget monitoring and general program timelines and information-sharing;
Ensure proposals, reports, budgets and other program documents are well written and prepared for internal review prior to submission to donors. Ensure both internal and external deadlines are met.
Coordinate the design, development and implementation of programs in the region, and oversee the quality of these programs;
Promote programmatic cooperation with US and international labor organizations;
Form/participate in coalitions with other non-governmental organizations working toward shared programmatic objectives;
Establish and maintain relationships with representatives of donor agencies, government departments and US missions abroad regarding regional responsibilities and programs;
Develop comprehensive funding strategies for programs in the region with oversight from the RPD; aggressively pursue new funding opportunities;
Travel to countries within the region on a regular basis for supervisory, and program management, development, implementation and evaluation purposes;
Consult and coordinate with Solidarity Center staff in other regions and offices, with decision making authority on programs and operations;
Represent the Solidarity Center and the AFL-CIO in meetings, seminars and conferences in the US and abroad; and
Assist in the production of Solidarity Center reports, proposals, educational materials and other publications.

This is a management position, generously compensated with a gross annual salary of approximately $150,000 USD. A robust benefits package includes fully paid health insurance, a 401k retirement plan plus AFL-CIO pension, life insurance, and ample paid time off for holidays, vacation, and sick leave. Pre-tax deduction programs are also available for commuting, dependent care, and health care expenses.

 

The Solidarity Center cultivates the values of diversity, equality, and inclusion among its staff and partners. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national or ethnic origin, age, marital status, disability, veteran status, or any other status protected under applicable law. Candidates from traditionally underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply. If you have a disability and require a reasonable accommodation to apply for this position, please contact us at information@solidaritycenter.org.

Research Assistant, Migration, Displacement, and Humanitarian Policy

The Center for Global Development, an independent, non-partisan research organization in Washington, DC, accepts applications for Research Assistant and Program Coordinator roles on an ongoing basis. Research Assistants at CGD support and participate in collaborative research projects and contribute to our work through a mixture of research, data analysis, writing, and organizational activities.

The Migration, Displacement, and Humanitarian Policy (MDHP) Program is seeking a new Research Assistant to work on our displacement portfolio. In particular, they will conduct quantitative and qualitative for two large, multi-year, projects which are exploring policies that can support better and more sustainable livelihoods for refugees and displaced people around the world. They will also support on other MDHP projects and program needs.

Ideally, we are seeking a recent undergraduate with an interest in gaining research, policy, programmatic operations, and project management experience before going on to graduate studies. Candidates with master’s degrees may apply with the understanding they will accept an entry-level role that includes administrative responsibilities, with an opportunity for a promotion to associate after two years.

Applicants should have interest in economic development research and policy, be highly organized and motivated, and be flexible enough to adapt to changing workstream priorities. They must be proficient with Stata and econometric techniques, and ideally have some experience with qualitative research such as literature reviews.

Required:

-Bachelor’s degree
-Proficiency in Stata
-Strong analytical, organizational, writing and communications skills
-Some related work experience or experience supporting academic research (internship experience counts)
-Intrinsically motivated to learn and grow
-Willingness to pitch in wherever needed, including administrative tasks

Bonus Points for:

-Other quantitative analysis skills and experience using data visualization tools / techniques
-Qualitative analysis skills, including conducting literature reviews and writing blogs / other short research pieces
-Economics or related degree with an interest in pursuing a PhD
-Experience living/working/travelling in low-income countries

Compensation

– A competitive compensation package including full benefits is offered. The starting salary for this position is $48,000.

Application procedures:

-Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume.

CGD is registered to employ staff living in DC, Maryland, or Virginia. Candidates who cannot relocate to the area, even while the office remains closed, cannot be considered at this time.

In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document upon hire. We are unable to sponsor work authorization for this position.

CGD celebrates fostering a collaborative, diverse, and inclusive work environment. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, parental status, or veteran status.

Development Director

Black Feminist Future Seeks Director of Development

Status: Full Time Employment/ 40 hours a week

Location: Remote

Salary: $85,000 – $100,000 annually with a generous benefits package.

This position will be a welcomed addition as Black Feminist Future’s innovative Black feminist organizing, leadership development and movement building work continues to grow.

About Black Feminist Future

Black Feminist Future (BFF) is an initiative informed by the legacy of Black feminist organizing, grounded in the current pulse of movements, and located at the emergent need to amplify the power of ALL Black women and girls in organizing and building power for the 21st century. BFF is a movement incubator that focuses on the dynamic possibilities of galvanizing the social and political power of those who have the lived experience of being a Black woman or girl including but not limited to trans, cis, gender non conforming, non binary, LGBTQI, and other gender marginalized people. Our vision of Black feminisms values and centers those who are most marginalized within our communities. This project intends to amplify and build the leadership of Black feminist leaders and increase the capacity of Black feminist movement building. Our organizational culture is one of inquiry, debate, experimentation, learning and fun. To learn more about BFF, visit www.blackfeministfuture.org.

SUMMARY:

The Director of Development at Black Feminist Future is responsible for planning, organizing, and directing all development fundraising activities including but not limited to, an annual fund, special events, and other targeted campaigns. The Director works closely with the Director of Black Feminist Future and the head of the Advisory Committee /Board of Directors in all development and fundraising endeavors.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

Develop and implement strategies for identifying, cultivating, and successfully soliciting individuals, foundations, and corporate foundations for gifts in support of mission fulfillment.
Manage a portfolio of donors and prospects through an active schedule of cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship to retain current donors and expand donor base in support of strategic priorities.
In conjunction with Director of Black Feminist Future and Advisory Committee (later, Board of Directors), lead annual and strategic fundraising planning and goal setting.
Lead a collaborative process with colleagues and team members to craft annual goals, development plans, budgets, work plans, and calendars that align with broader organizational strategic plan goals
Foster strong communication, cohesion, and morale across departments, ensuring cross-department alignment of messaging and collaboration on the crafting of marketing communications, reports, proposals, and other key external deliverables.
Provide leadership and training to the staff and Board on fundraising efforts, including sharing best practices and providing tools, information, and resources to strengthen fundraising efforts.
Lead, supervise, support, and align additional development team members bringing expertise and recommendations on how to grow the department.
Be the primary liaison for Advisory Committee Development meetings, and partner with the Director of Black Feminist Future and [Chair of Advisory Committee Development Work Group] on the regular assessment, analysis, reporting, and projections of development and campaign activity, income, and pledges, including any significant variances or unforeseen shifts in budget.
Build toward solicitation of midlevel and major gifts in support of the mission of Black Feminist Future.
Establish and steward relationships among funders, current and prospective donors, members, and other constituents to support programs and organizational priorities.
Develop and oversee writing/production of appropriate fundraising materials including, but not limited to, case statements, brochures, solicitation letters, grant proposals, acknowledgement and appreciation letters, donor reports, and campaign status reports.
Maintain information on donors, funders, and prospects including contact reports in EveryAction/CRM system.
Travels to meet with donors, or hosts funders/donors as needed.
Manage, support and/or mentor professionals that may include fundraisers, and/or staff from communications, programming, movement and network building teams to achieve organizational goals.
Perform other related duties as assigned.

CANDIDATE PROFILE:

BFF is seeking an accomplished Director of Development who has at least 7-10 years of development experience, ideally in in-house organizational leadership roles, and covering areas such as designing development strategy, donor outreach and relationship management from small to major gift levels and team leadership skills. The ability to share the powerful message of BFF with current and potential donors to expand the critical mission of BFF. Experience in movement organizations, BIPOC-serving organizations, women-serving organizations and knowledge of Black feminist thought preferred.

The most successful candidates will:

Embrace the mission and values of Black Feminist Future.
Promote a culture of philanthropy in and around Black Feminist Future.
Demonstrate integrity, professionalism, ethical conduct, transparency and grace under pressure.
Have strong interpersonal and writing skills.
Proven track record in leading fundraising within a nonprofit organization, [with preference for combined c3 and c4 experience]
Have knowledge of and experience in development techniques, annual giving, foundation/corporate solicitations, communications, and special events management and fundraising. [building a major gifts program?]
Strong experience using a race, class, gender lens in verbal and written communications
Communicate in ways that are donor-centric and further the strategic goals and priorities of Black Feminist Future.
Possess the skills to work with and motivate staff, leadership and other constituents to grow Black Feminist Future’s resources.
Be a “self-starter” and goal driven – excited to initiate donor visits, fundraising calls, and funder outreach to promote Black Feminist Future, and build/sustain external relationships.
Exhibit “follow through” to complete tasks and goals in a timely fashion.
Display a positive attitude, show concern for people and community, demonstrate presence, confidence, common sense and good listening ability.
Ability to write clearly and concisely as well as edit copy for clarity and grammatical accuracy; strong public speaking skills
Excellent team building, facilitation, and organizational skills, with the ability to work effectively under pressure
An expert relationship-builder, with the EQ to support and coach staff at all levels
Impeccable judgment and discretion in dealing with sensitive and confidential information.
Have the ability to travel as needed, including overnight travel for events, donor meetings, etc. when COVID-related restrictions are lifted, and it is safe to do so.
Experience serving on a senior level organizational leadership team
Undergraduate degree and/or equivalent training, with a minimum of 5-8 years of experience in fundraising and/or donor/community relations activities, at least three years at the Director level or above
Prior work in grassroots organizing or with Black womxn and/or girls, LBGTQI community, or BIPOC-led groups, a plus.

Benefits: Excellent benefits package including IRA with employer contributions, medical and dental coverage and professional development.

Travel: 20-25% post COVID19

Location: Black Feminist Future is an Atlanta based national organization. This position is full-time remote. Occasional in-person meetings and activities may be required (in accordance with public health guidelines).

EEO: Black Feminist Future (BFF) is committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and teammates without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy (including childbirth, lactation and related medical conditions), national origin, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, military and veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law.

Details at a Glance:

Time Commitment – Full-time 40 hours/week
Start Date – ASAP
Application Deadline – May 2022
Professional Level – Senior Staff

Digital Communications Associate

Digital Communications Associate

Posting Number: 1154

Location: Remote position

The Public Health Institute (PHI) is an independent, nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting health, well-being, and quality of life for people throughout California, across the nation and around the world. As one of the largest and most comprehensive public health organizations in the nation, we are at the forefront of research and innovations to improve the efficacy of public health statewide, nationally, and internationally.

About Rise Up:

http://www.riseuptogether.org/, based at the Public Health Institute, activates women and girls to transform their lives, families and communities for a more just and equitable world through investing in local solutions, strengthening leadership, and building movements. Since 2009, Rise Up’s powerful network of over 600 leaders have successfully advocated for 120 new and improved laws and policies impacting the lives of 135 million people in Africa, Latin America, South Asia, and the U.S.

Rise Up is at an exciting time of growth and expansion—we have a new strategic plan that will maximize the organization’s impact to more effectively support Rise Up Leaders to create large-scale change for gender equity globally, and we recently received our largest gift ever from MacKenzie Scott. As a new member of Rise Up’s diverse team, you will have the opportunity to contribute to our organization’s voice and digital strategy and raise awareness about the importance of advancing gender equity globally.

Position Summary:

Rise Up seeks a Digital Communications Associate to join our growing communications team and develop and implement strategies and content to grow our audiences and raise visibility of the impact of our global programming through social media, email communications, Rise Up’s website, and other channels. The Digital Communications Associate will focus on leveraging Rise Up’s digital channels and tools to streamline and strengthen the execution of our communications strategies.

Candidates in the Greater San Francisco Bay Area or other areas in California are preferred. Working remotely is a possibility.

Pay: $26.17 to $31.74 per hour. The typical hiring range for this position is $26.17 to $31.74 per hour (with an approximate annualized salary of $54,431 to $66,011 based on 100% FTE). The starting wage is determined based on the candidate’s knowledge, skills and experience.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

Email Campaign and Website Communications (40%)

• Draft, curate and edit content for newsletter, fundraising and other email communications
• Set up e-blast communications in Mailchimp and create design and text elements
• Contribute ideas for newsletter stories, campaigns, and blogs
• Publish blogs, updates, and announcements and make edits to WordPress website
• Collect and analyze data to monitor and improve the effectiveness of communications by compiling digital analytics (social media, e-communications, website)
• Maintain contact management system in Salesforce and Mailchimp, including contact segmentation

Programmatic Communications (30%)

• Provide editing and copywriting support for Rise Up programs team, including on grant announcements, program launch materials, and program impacts
• Serve as liaison to programs team by staying up-to-date on upcoming programmatic activities to help address communications needs and fulfill funder requests
• Support Rise Up Leaders to amplify their voices and leverage and respond to communications and development opportunities

Social Media (30%)

• Help Rise Up build support and visibility on social media (Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram) by drafting, strategizing, and curating content, scheduling all social posts, and engaging on social platforms through retweets, comments, and active monitoring.
• Create text and design graphic posts for social media channels highlighting Leader stories, programmatic and fundraising successes, and updates, in alignment with our communications and fundraising strategies
• Amplify posts from Rise Up Leaders and partners and create social media toolkits and resources to help stakeholders share our work to grow our audiences
• Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

Minimum Qualifications:

• Minimum 1 year of professional communications experience is required. Experience at a non-profit or foundation is preferred.
• Strong writing and editing skills
• Relevant digital communications experience
• Experience creating content for social media
• Strong attention to detail and ability to work in a fast-paced environment
• Deep commitment to advancing gender equity globally
• Experience working in a multi-cultural work environment
• Willingness and ability to travel 10-20% of the time, both domestically and internationally (when it is safe to do so)

Desired Qualifications:

• Experience with Mailchimp and WordPress
• Graphic design skills / experience in Canva
• Experience creating and monitoring digital ads
• Spanish language proficiency
• Video editing experience is a plus

Education:

Associate degree is required, or you can substitute with two additional years of related experience.

Important Information:

Rise Up is committed to advancing social, gender, and racial justice. We value having a team that brings a wide range of perspectives and identities including ethnicity, race, gender, socio-economic background, language, political and religious beliefs, sexual orientation, and abilities. We believe that the lived experiences of our employees and their unique ideas inspire innovative solutions. As such, we especially seek applications from people who identify as Black, Indigenous, People of Color, transgender, gender-nonconforming, LGBQ+, and people living with disabilities.

The Public Health Institute is proud to be an EEO/AA employer. We recognize the value of having a staff that brings a wide range of perspectives to this work based on language, ethnicity, race, gender, socio-economic background, political beliefs and sexual-orientation. We are committed to maintaining a diverse, multicultural working environment and particularly support applications from individuals with lived experience in the communities we seek to serve.

PHI WORKFORCE MANDATORY COVID-19 VACCINATION POLICY:

Per the PHI Workforce Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination Policy, it is a condition of employment for all domestic based employees to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19, unless they are granted a reasonable accommodation under applicable law.

New hires need to provide proof of full vaccination prior to their start date or apply for an exemption/accommodation within three business days after their start date. Depending on the circumstances, new hires who do not comply with this Policy, or who cannot be reasonably accommodated, will either have their employment suspended or terminated. Candidates who are non-compliant will have their offers rescinded.

EEO Statement

The Public Health Institute is committed to a policy that provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, pregnancy, medical condition including genetic characteristics, physical or mental disability, veteran status, gender identification and expression, sexual orientation, and to make all employment decisions so as to further this principle of equal employment opportunity. To this end, the PHI will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, pregnancy, medical condition including genetic characteristics, physical or mental disability, veteran status, gender identification and expression, sexual orientation, and will take affirmative action to ensure that applicants are offered employment and employees are treated during employment without regard to these characteristics.

For further information regarding Equal Employment Opportunity, copy and paste the following URL into your web browser: http://www.dol.gov/ofccp/regs/compliance/posters/pdf/eeopost.pdf

ADA Statement:

The Public Health Institute is committed to providing access and reasonable accommodation in its services, programs, activities and employment for individuals with disabilities. To request disability accommodation in the application process, contact the Recruitment Team at least 48 hours in advance at mailto:Recruitment@phi.org.

To apply for any position, you must create an account on the Public Health Institute’s job application site. After creating your account, you may search the open positions and apply for the specific position that interests you. Please note, mailed and emailed applications will not be accepted.

We’re so pleased the Public Health Institute is an organization you would like to work with. Do you have questions about this opportunity? If so, email our recruitment team at mailto:Recruitment@phi.org.

Grants and Contracts Manager

The Organization and Role:

About Us:

Access Now is a growing international human rights organization dedicated to defending and extending the digital rights of users at risk around the world, including issues of privacy, security, freedom of expression, and transparency. Our Policy, Advocacy, Helpline, RightsCon, Grants, and Operations teams have staff presences in Europe, Latin America, the Middle East/North Africa (MENA), North America, and South/Southeast Asia, to provide global support to our mission.

About the Role:

The Grants and Contracts Manager plays a key role with both the finance and development teams of our growing, global organization. Leveraging their strong financial management experience, the Manager is responsible for collaborating across the Organization to ensure smooth and timely grant processing, grant reporting, grant allocation, accurate spending against grants budgets, and compliance with funder requirements and applicable laws. The Grants and Contract Manager brings a detail-oriented approach to managing competing priorities and deadlines, and coordinates exceptionally well across cross-functional teams.

The Grants and Contracts Manager reports through the Director of Finance, and works closely with the Financial Controller and other Finance Team leads, and with Access Now’s Development Director.

What You Will Do:

As the Grants and Contracts Manager you will be responsible for the day-to-day coordination of the Organization’s financial management of its grants, donations, and fundraising efforts in a dynamic, collaborative, and mission-based environment.

Financial Grant Analysis and Compliance:

  • Coordinate all financial reporting aspects of Access Now’s grants by working closely with accountants to allocate expenses to specific funders according to budget and need
  • Provide timely and accurate financial reports for donors to Director of Finance and to Development Director to meet rolling deadlines across all funding relationships
  • Review time allocation to grants to ensure that allocations meet funding requirements, and that grant funds are being spent down appropriately
  • Support Director of Finance on audits and agreed-upon-procedures as needed, providing documentation and drafting responses to audit questions
  • Track all incoming grant agreements for their financial requirements to provide advice on their application, feasibility, and practical implementation
  • Work with directors and managerial staff to ensure that they understand and comply with funders’ terms and conditions as set out in grant agreements
  • Maintain documentation of financial documents for funding agreements and strong internal processes which intersect with Development team
  • Analyze and report on general ledger account activity for variances from budget
  • Prepare a periodic and annual restricted revenue release schedule
  • Support decision-making on grant expenses in coordination with the Development Director and team, interpreting whether the expense is appropriate and allowable within the grant framework, budget, goals, and general conditions
  • Work closely with EU counterparts to align and ensure financial reporting and compliance obligations as they relate to grant revenue and expenses
  • Keep abreast of accounting pronouncements and industry best practices with respect to revenue recognition and grant financial reporting for not-for-profits

Budget Preparation and Adjustments:

  • Develop and review budgets for grant proposals aligned with organizational priorities (and available expense categories), being responsive to funder interest in close coordination with the Development Director and team
  • Support Development Director in responding to and managing follow-up financial requests from funders.
  • Work closely with the Financial Controller to track adjustments and projections
  • Support creation of the organizational budget, primarily from a “budget by funder” and an unrestricted vs. restricted perspective.
  • Other financial projects/tasks as assigned

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Keep abreast of accounting pronouncements and industry best practices with respect to revenue recognition and grant financial reporting for not-for-profits
  • Pursue additional training in grant management requirements/regulations, as needed
  • Perform administrative tasks (information management, maintenance of financial aspects of grant files, document destruction, etc.) as needed
  • Other financial projects/tasks as assigned

Skills, education, and mindset you will bring:

  • Non profit accounting experience, including basic accounting concepts, TRNA (Temporary Restricted Net Assets)/funding with restrictions, deferred revenue, balance sheet items, projection, fund budget building
  • Detailed familiarity with principles of GAAP as it relates to grant-making and revenue recognition, as well as typical not-for-profit policies, procedures, and best practices
  • An adaptability, flexibility and creativity to get the job done
  • Familiarity with grants from a diverse range of sources in a not-for-profit global context
  • Advanced Excel skills, including creation and use of complex pivot tables, lookup functions, and other features for formatting, manipulating, and analyzing data
  • Ability to show initiative, set and manage priorities, manage horizontally/vertically, and exercise sound judgment
  • Ability to work independently, meet deadlines, and multi‐task
  • Ability to work effectively as part of a fast-paced team, building strong and trusted relationships
  • Outstanding interpersonal and communications skills
  • A detail-oriented approach, possessing keen analytical skills organization
  • Multi-year foreign government grant financial management and reporting experiences
  • Revenue recognition per GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles)
  • Familiarity with FundEZ and/or Salesforce
  • A bachelor’s degree or equivalent, through a combination of education, training, and/or experience, plus four years of related experience

The Details

Location:

This is a full-time position, ideally aligned with either our New York City (Manhattan) or Washington, DC-metro area presences, with ability to attend occasional in-person meetings. At this time US-based Access Now Team Members are working in a hybrid remote/office environment. The successful candidate must have the legal right-to-work in the location in which they will be based. We are unable to sponsor visas or relocations for this role.

Remuneration:

Access Now offers competitive salary – commensurate with experience – and benefits packages that align with our office localities. Initial placement within the salary range for this role is anticipated between $75,000 and $87,500 USD annually, and will be determined by depth of experience and preparation. Benefits for this specific role, include, paid healthcare – medical, dental, and vision – insurance, as well as access to a 401k retirement savings program match. Team Members also benefit from a strong global culture aligned around:

  • Work-life balance…including a generous paid time-off program
  • Professional development and growth opportunities
  • Extensive workplace flexibility
  • Connection to a diverse, global team of passionate, principled professionals
  • Organizational resilience and support for all team members
  • Opportunities to recharge (including one month of paid refresher leave after 4 years)

We are a global human rights organization committed to inclusivity and equity, and seek the most talented team members who bring their true selves, with diverse backgrounds, cultures, perspectives, and experiences. As an equal opportunity employer, we value and encourage diversity and consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other legally protected status. Our commitment applies with regard to all aspects of one’s employment, including hiring, transfer, promotion, compensation, eligibility for benefits, and termination.

Bookkeeper

The Organization and Role:

About Access Now:

Access Now is an international human rights organization dedicated to defending and extending the digital rights of users at risk around the world, around issues of privacy, security, freedom of expression, and transparency. Our policy, advocacy, technology, grants, and operations teams have staff presences in Europe, Latin America, Middle East/North Africa (MENA), North America, and South/Southeast Asia, to provide global support to our mission.

About the Role:

Supporting our global Operations Team, the Bookkeeper maintains correct and compliant records for Access Now’s financial transactions, according to US-based Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), and works to continually improve internal financial controls across the organization. The role functions in a highly-detailed and fast-paced environment, using sound initiative at all times.

This position reports through the Senior Accountant, works in close consultation with the Financial Controller, and aligns under the Director of Finance. The Bookkeeper works closely with the Operations Team in the fiscal management of the organization.

What You Will Do:

  • Reconcile US bank statements, in addition to monthly corporate credit card account statements
  • Process and create invoices, pledges and donations – and manage accounts receivable
  • Enter reconciliations of all reimbursements, advances, credit card and debit card transaction data
  • Record monthly journal entries and assist in accounting transactions
  • Reconcile all accounts monthly
  • Create time allocations forms and follow up monthly status reviews
  • Enter payroll and related time allocations on a monthly basis
  • Capitalize assets and maintain a depreciation schedule to post the annual journal entry
  • Generate monthly budget-versus-actual reports and related initial analysis, particularly in preparation for Board Meetings
  • Assist with annual audits and special project audits required by grant agreements
  • Research minor-scope work related to banking and foreign currency transactions
  • Assist with grant allocations and ad hoc reporting
  • Perform base-level budget preparation tasks in Excel as required
  • Review and complete documentation tasks across procurement and fixed assets registers
  • Assist on new software implementation, as needed
  • Assist with other assignments from Senior Accountant (or Financial Controller)

Skills, Education, and Mindset that You Bring:

  • Demonstrated professional-level work experience in accounting/bookkeeping
  • Intermediate skill level in MS Excel (data filter, sort, basic formulas, Vlookups, pivot tables, etc)
  • Hands-on knowledge and use of accounting software; e.g. FundEZ
  • Not-for-Profit/NGO organization experience
  • Ability to work with a team and work independently
  • Strong written and verbal office communication skills, with ability to work across global teams, both financial and non-financial in role
  • Exceptional attention to detail, with caution and capability to account for all transactions
  • Strong ability to prioritize, plan, organize, execute, and bring tasks to completion
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment across competing priorities and deadlines
  • Adaptability, accuracy and independence
  • Comfortable working with virtual environment and culture
  • Experience with and proficiency in G Suite, including Gmail, Calendar, Drive, and Docs

Location:

This is a full-time position, ideally aligned with either our New York City (Manhattan) or Washington, DC-metro area presences, with ability to attend occasional in-person meetings. At this time US-based Access Now Team Members are working in a hybrid remote/office environment. The successful candidate must have the legal right-to-work in the location in which they will be based. We are unable to sponsor visas or relocations for this role.

Remuneration:

Access Now offers competitive salary – commensurate with experience – and benefits packages that align with our office localities. Initial placement within the salary range for this role is anticipated between $50,000 and $55,000 USD annually, and will be determined by depth of experience and preparation. Benefits for this specific role, include, paid healthcare – medical, dental, and vision – insurance, as well as access to a 401k retirement savings program match. Team Members also benefit from a strong global culture aligned around:

  • Work-life balance…including a generous paid time-off program
  • Professional development and growth opportunities
  • Extensive workplace flexibility
  • Connection to a diverse, global team of passionate, principled professionals
  • Organizational resilience and support for all team members
  • Opportunities to recharge (including one month of paid refresher leave after 4 years)

We are a global human rights organization committed to inclusivity and equity, and seek the most talented team members who bring their true selves, with diverse backgrounds, cultures, perspectives, and experiences. As an equal opportunity employer, we value and encourage diversity and consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other legally protected status. Our commitment applies with regard to all aspects of one’s employment, including hiring, transfer, promotion, compensation, eligibility for benefits, and termination.

Web and Digital Assistant

The Center for Global Development (CGD) is an independent, non-partisan, non-profit policy research organization in Washington, DC and London, UK that focuses on the issues and institutions that are critical to inclusive development. Through rigorous empirical research and active engagement with the global policy community, we focus on the policy intersections of low- and middle-income countries and the governments, institutions, and corporations that can be partners in delivering greater progress.

Since its creation in 2001, CGD has earned a global reputation as a highly effective “think-and-do tank.” Headquartered in Washington DC with a Europe presence led from our London office, the Center has about 130 full-time staff and an annual budget of approximately $37 million.

CGD is seeking a proactive and tech-savvy web and digital assistant to join our talented communications team. Reporting to the Assistant Director, Digital Communications, this role will be responsible for supporting the Center’s web and email needs – from managing site updates to troubleshooting email code. The selected candidate will play a pivotal role in championing web and email best practices with the goal of optimizing user experience and engagement, growing subscriber numbers and website traffic, and more.

Responsibilities include:

• Manage day-to-day of the CGD website: Publish blogs and publications, field requests from fellows, and assist communications staff with complex coding updates or fixes. This includes advanced formatting of tables, data viz and other multimedia, and more.
• Create new web pages, forms, and site features as requested.
• Execute the day-to-day of CGD’s email marketing system, Pardot: Format, proof, and send all email newsletters and updates.
• Build and maintain email drip campaigns and engagement programs; work with researchers and communications staff to create targeted outreach lists; and support colleagues with the technical execution of campaigns as needed.
• Propose and implement improvements to website and email systems to ensure optimal usability and accessibility; systematically test and assess new ideas.
• Analyze and report on CGD’s performance and engagement across various digital platforms.
• Align efforts across web, email, and social, collaborating closely with other members of the digital team.
• Stay abreast of and integrate the latest digital trends, tools, and technologies.
• Provide general support to CGD’s digital team as needed.

The successful candidate will have the following qualifications and skills:

• Fluency in HTML and CSS and experience with content management systems (Drupal, WordPress) required; JavaScript a plus
• Experience with email marketing platforms such as Pardot, Mailchimp, or Marketo
• Proficiency in data analytics tools including Google Analytics
• Experience with data viz libraries and/or tools like Tableau, Datawrapper, and Flourish a plus
• Experience with A/B testing and tools (Optimizely, CrazyEgg, etc) a plus
• The ability to troubleshoot technical issues independently
• A proactive approach to work
• The ideal candidate will have a keen interest or experience in global development and/or foreign policy
• Bachelor’s degree in a related field and at least 2 years of work experience

Salary: $54,000

Due to the pandemic our organization is working hybrid with all staff required to be in the office two days per week. CGD is registered to employ staff living in DC, Maryland, or Virginia. Candidates who cannot relocate to the area, even while the office remains closed, cannot be considered at this time.

In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document upon hire. CGD is unable to sponsor work authorization for this position.

CGD celebrates fostering a collaborative, diverse, and inclusive work environment. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, parental status, or veteran status.

Director of People Operations

The Center for Global Development, an independent, nonpartisan think tank in Washington, DC and with a CGD Europe office in London, seeks a Director of People Operations to lead the DC office’s human resources/people operations function, including recruiting, onboarding, compensation, benefits, employee relations, culture/DEI, performance management, organizational initiatives, internal communications around HR issues, HR technology and other people systems, workforce planning (in collaboration with CFO and other senior leaders), policy administration, retirement plan administration, and compliance.

Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer/Vice President of Administration, this is an excellent opportunity for an experienced, empathetic, HR expert to have a significant impact on CGD’s operations and mission in the field of international economic development.

Responsibilities include:

Human Resources/People Ops

– Develop, implement, and drive key HR initiatives across the organization to support CGD’s talent and culture. Promote a rewarding, people-centric culture that aligns with organizational mission, vision, and goals.
– Drive organizational effectiveness and change management, partnering to support new initiatives, significant policy changes, process improvements, adoption of new tools, and other key activities.
– With the Assistant Director of Operations, manage and carry out full range of HR processes and functions. Provide guidance and line management, while supporting the professional development of the AD to ensure a deep bench of people expertise and service within the organization.
– Ensure that recruiting processes are consistent, streamlined, and targeted toward diverse applicant pool. Train colleagues on inclusive recruitment strategies to help produce a diverse candidate pool and work with leadership and directors on workforce planning and hiring needs. Line manage the recruitment function with one direct report.
– Ensure equitable, transparent, and competitive compensation and benefits programs which incentivize and reward performance. Oversee performance management/annual review plans and processes.
– Provide employee relations support to leadership, directors, and staff, counseling employees on work-related issues while interpreting and applying organizational polices.
– Ensure all HR programs are effective and in compliance with local and national regulations. Keep abreast of current guidelines, legislation and new regulations, as well as changes and trends in the field related to GDPR/data privacy, background screening programs, recruitment, employment law, FMLA, etc.
– Recommend to leadership improvement in policies, procedures, and programs to improve operations.
– Oversee various technology platforms like HRIS, ATS, benefits administration technology, payroll (with AD), and retirement platforms.
– Consult with legal counsel on employment matters as appropriate.
– Participate on internal committees, working groups, and special projects.
– Maintain comprehensive approach for dealing with employee complaints or concerns. Serve as a coach and mentor to staff, as appropriate, to improve performance. Conduct investigations when employee issues or concerns arise. Partner with leadership team, external support, other staff, and/or legal counsel to resolve employee issues fairly, consistently, and expeditiously.

CGD Operations

– Serve as lead of operations team, overseeing space planning, facilities, office administration/office services, and technology.
– Partner with the Director of IT to ensure staff technology needs are met and IT team goals are aligned to organizational goals and strategy. The IT Director will report to the Director of People Operations.
– Collaborate with wider operations team and leadership on COVID response and future of work planning.

The ideal candidate is:

– An empathetic leader who can inspire confidence and build credibility within the team and the wider organization.
– Able to zoom in and out frequently. On a given day, the Director might participate in strategic conversations which affect the entire organization and then pivot to an employee relations issue that might require 1:1 coaching and advising.
– A true partner. Can work across every function to solve people operations issues. Effective at collaborating both remote and in-person, with colleagues in DC and London.
– A true generalist. Has broad experience and in-depth knowledge in all functional areas of HR, with specialized expertise in at least two.
– Has an established network of HR peers from which to draw upon. This should include networks of DEI practitioners, facilitators, and/or experts.
– Comfortable with ambiguity. The incumbent must be able to gather and synthesize input from a range of others that might be contradictory, unclear, or reflect divergent priorities and make sense of the way forward, then guide a process which build consensus and get results.

Qualifications:

– Bachelor’s degree in a related field and a minimum of 8 years experience
– Experience managing a team, including other HR and/or operations professionals
– Exceptional writing and communication skills
– Poise, confidence, discretion required
– Experience partnering with a ride range of internal constituents including leadership, board members, managers, associates, early-career colleagues, and interns.
– Proficiency with Office365, applicant tracking systems (ATS), HRIS, onboarding, and performance management tools
– Excellent follow-through and attention to detail, with the ability to track and manage multiple critical initiatives
– Bonus points for: Experience with evaluation, selection, and implementation of a PEO with a global partnership (ADP for example).

Starting salary: $140,000 – $150,000

Due to the pandemic our organization is working hybrid with all staff required to be in the office two days per week. CGD is registered to employ staff living in DC, Maryland, or Virginia. Candidates who cannot relocate to the area, even while the office remains closed, cannot be considered at this time.

In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document upon hire. CGD is unable to sponsor work authorization for this position.

CGD celebrates fostering a collaborative, diverse, and inclusive work environment. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, parental status, or veteran status.

Operations and People Associate

Departmental Overview:

CEGA is a hub for research on global development, headquartered at the University of California, Berkeley. CEGA’s large, interdisciplinary network—including a growing number of scholars from low and middle-income countries (LMICs)—identifies and tests innovations designed to reduce poverty and promote development. CEGA researchers use rigorous evaluations, tools from data science, and new measurement technologies to assess the impacts of large-scale social and economic development programs. Through careful matchmaking, competitive grant-making, and integrated research dissemination and policy engagement activities, CEGA ensures that the scientific evidence we produce improves the lives of people living in poverty.

CEGA is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion.

The generalist operations team maintains essential functions at CEGA providing critical support to our staff in an effort to boost overall organizational productivity. Reporting to the Director of Operations, the Associate executes and advises others on procurements, vendoring, and customer service relationships and helps to cultivate a culture of workplace safety, camaraderie, and fun. You will lead general office management activities including coordinating space use/planning, ergonomics, IT, software, and equipment maintenance. The Associate will also support and implement CEGA’s talent management strategy, including support for recruitment, diversity, student services, and onboarding. You will work closely with campus People and Culture (HR) to ensure CEGA’s adherence to campus policies and processes and will develop internal process improvements, guidelines and information resources; support organizational learning; and promote staff productivity. We think this role might be a great fit for someone interested in gaining a big-picture view of the operations work required to run an effective organization.

Note on location: We are headquartered at the University of California, Berkeley. This position requires regular in-person presence and is expected to work under a hybrid remote/on-site model.

Key Responsibilities:

Operations and Office Management:

The Associate is CEGA’s office manager and contributes to overall center operations through implementation of long/short-term space planning, IT and equipment coordination, budgeting, payments, and procurement.

  • Implement and oversee center-wide supply/equipment procurement and maintenance, including development of guidance and process improvements for purchasing by other staff.
  • Serve as a center-wide resource on vendoring, procurements, payments, customer service, and related administrative activities, and provide guidance materials for and mentoring to all staff.
  • Liaise with campus IT and ergonomic services to ensure that all staff have secure, operational, modern equipment.
  • Evaluate space use and propose short/long-term space use strategies and improvements, including activities and investments to promote workplace safety and productivity.
  • Lead center-wide scheduling and calendar management (e.g. weekly staff meetings, team meetings, conference room bookings, interviews, etc.).
  • Contribute to CEGA-wide activities, including internal working groups, process documentation and repository maintenance, and major events.

People and Culture:

The Associate serves as the Center’s internal coordinator and advocate for human resources:

  • Serve as primary liaison to Berkeley People and Culture (HR) and ensure timely, effective, high-quality services/operations between CEGA and central campus to enable organizational efficiency, growth, and development.
  • Facilitate sensitive and/or confidential department HR requests, including recruitments, hires/reappointments, and performance reviews.
  • Develop systems/tools to improve processes and outcomes; collect and distribute professional development and management resources; innovate new and lead existing recruitment and onboarding activities; and monitor and report on trends to ensure that the center is recruiting for excellence/diversity and living our values.
  • Organize periodic performance reviews and introduce process improvements as needed.
  • Serve as HR liaison for Visiting Scholars, student interns, and center-wide internship programs.
  • Design new processes and provide support to ensure a healthy workplace culture, including planning and implementing safety improvements, promotion of diversity, ergonomic assessments, prevention of harassment and other activities that strengthen CEGA’s people and culture function.
  • Support event planning and staff engagement (e.g. roundtables where staff share updates on their work, team lunches and happy hours, team-wide retreats).

Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree and/or equivalent years experience and/or training.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • 2+ years of relevant professional experience.
  • Well-organized, strong administrative skills, outstanding attention to detail and ability to multitask to meet deadlines.
  • Self-directed, intrinsically motivated; proven capacity to manage work independently.
  • Strong skills in short-term planning, analysis, problem-anticipation and -solving, and customer service; ability to independently investigate solutions to administrative challenges and anticipate leadership needs.
  • Knowledge of a variety of administrative operations, such as budget creation, calendars/scheduling, and events, hiring graduate and undergraduate students.
  • Cultural sensitivity, positive can-do attitude, a sense of humor, and demonstrated ability to work diplomatically with diverse constituencies.
  • Solid communication and interpersonal skills to communicate effectively with all levels of staff, both verbally and in writing.
  • Ability to present complex operational policies and practices to diverse audiences.
  • Ability to use discretion and maintain confidentiality, as well as sound judgment in responding to issues and concerns, including those related to space/facilities, workplace safety, and personnel disputes.
  • Ability to remain flexible and able to adapt to change; ability to remain calm in the face of uncertainty.
  • Strong competency with MS Office and Google applications.
  • Working knowledge of common campus-specific and other computer application programs.
  • Experience with campus policies, procedures, processes related to human resources, procurement, vendoring, and reimbursements/payments.

Salary and Benefits:

  • Salary is commensurate with experience; the approximate annual range for this position is $59,000 – $72,000.
  • For information on the comprehensive benefits package offered by the University visit: http://ucnet.universityofcalifornia.edu/compensation-and-benefits/index.html