Closing on 31 Aug

Manager, Centre for Non-Profit Leadership

Centre for Non-Profit Leadership Full-time - Permanent

Impact

In line with its mission, CNPL is expanding in the area of building strategic partnerships with a variety of Charities / Non-profit Organisations, including Professional Associations to help build the capacity and capability of the Charities / Non-profit organisations.

In this role, the incumbent must be able to demonstrate competence as a Strategic Partner to Board Chair/Board Members/Executive Directors and to facilitate engagement sessions with Board Chair/Members and Senior Leaders in the Charity/NPO sector to drive effective governance and best practices.

Responsibilities

  • Lead (including provision of advisory services) engagements with Board Chair/Members and Senior Leaders in the Charity/NPO sector to drive effective governance and best practices (including but not limited to leadership and organisational development) via multiple channels (e.g. advisory clinic sessions, seminars, forums, roadshows, events, etc.)
  • Communicate and implement People Search (e.g. BoardMatch and TalentMatch) initiatives to support/enhance non-profit leadership capacity and capability
  • Support Board engagement strategies and associated plans (e.g. Board talent renewals, succession policies and diversity, etc.)
  • Implement and sustain a structured approach (e.g. development of HR toolkits, etc.) to scope out NPO requirements, needs and competencies/skills for Board & Committees-type positions
  • Support the implementation of the Board/Executive mentoring/coaching programme
  • Maintain positive engagement with all levels of stakeholders (including Government Agencies, e.g. MCCY, Charities Unit, etc., Sector Administrators, Professional Associations, etc.) with non-profit Boards/Senior Management
  • Identify and work with partner organisations (e.g. Professional Associations, corporates, consulting agencies, learning institutions etc.) and/or individuals in enhancing and/or developing operating models that help build the C&C for the sector
  • Support team efforts to achieve set targets and outcomes


Requirements

  • Degree in Business Management or HR preferred.
  • At least 5 years of working experience
  • Demonstrated strong knowledge and understanding of Charity’s Code of Governance
  • Ability to contribute on governance at Board level
  • Able to ensure professional advice is technically sound and relevant to client needs
  • Ability to adopt a logical, coherent and consistent approach to problem solving and supports recommendations with facts and research
  • Works effectively in complex environments that involve external value-conflicts and uncertainties
  • Demonstrated ability to build solutions of mutual benefit to internal & external stakeholders

Interested applicants are invited to send your updated resume via Jobstreet or [email protected] We regret that only shortlisted applicants will be notified.

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