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Uncommon Collaborations

The Uncommon Collaborations program, funded by the Rockefeller Foundation and managed and implemented by Dalberg Catalyst, deploys Collaborations Grants to support likely and unlikely allies who have joined together to advance a specific catalytic product. Funded Collaborators – who span diverse geographies and sectors – integrate their unique skills, experiences, and resources to achieve breakthroughs in solving complex social and environmental challenges around the globe.

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Grants and Operations Associate

The Grants and Operations Associate provides critical support to the core functions of Dalberg Catalyst, working across grant management, operations and finance. This role is essential to ensuring that the activities, functions and processes that support our impact run efficiently and effectively. The role reports directly to the Director of Incubation Strategy and Operations, although will work with leaders from across the organization, including supporting the Program Managers that run our portfolio of high-impact projects.

As Dalberg Catalyst is still in start-up mode, this is a tremendous opportunity for a dynamic, passionate and highly-organized early-career professional to join us in the early stages of our growth. The role will provide exposure to many elements of running a dynamic and high-performing nonprofit organization.

The position is US based, on a full-time employment basis, and remote (work from home)

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Senior Program Associate - Uncommon Collaborations Program

The Senior Program Associate - Uncommon Collaborations will lead end-to-end engagement with, and delivery of in-kind advisory support to, approximately half of the program’s portfolio of grantees, and will capture learnings to inform and implement design improvements to the program.
 

We are looking for a candidate to start immediately through to December 31, 2024, with the possibility of extension subject to confirmation of further grant funding. The role is fully remote (work from home) with a preference for candidates that can work during working hours that align with U.S. East Coast and Central Europe time zones.