Deputy Director, Corporate Partnerships and Philanthropy
Strong preference to be based in Washington, DC, but open to being based at a PSI country office
Up to 25% travel
Reports to: Kelly Parsons, Senior Director, Corporate Partnerships and Philanthropy (CPP)
Who we are
With over 45 years of experience, working in over 60 countries, Population Services International (PSI) is the world’s leading non-profit social marketing organization. PSI is reimagining healthcare, by putting the consumer at the center, and wherever possible – bringing care to the front door. We are working to fix market failures, shape future health markets and shift policy and funding to better support consumer empowered healthcare.
There are over 8,000 “PSI’ers” around the world. We are a diverse group of entrepreneurial development professionals with a wide range of backgrounds and experience. All with unique skills that we bring to the critically important work that we do.
The Corporate Partnership and Philanthropy group (CPP), which includes both Corporate Partnerships and the Maverick Collective, matches risk-tolerant funding, resources and investments from the private sector with PSI’s most cutting-edge innovations and initiatives. With a portfolio of private sector and philanthropic partnerships across the pharmaceutical, fast moving consumer goods, and technology industries, the CPP team is fueling PSI’s ability to fund innovative work and insights that traditional donors will not. When done right, these investments define best practices in international development and global health, shaping and directing future funding flows.
The CPP team operates as a global resource within PSI and as such, works with and through our global network of affiliates. Sitting at the intersection of our field and technical teams and the private sector, CPP bridges disparate interests to find common ground for powerful partnerships, in service to PSI’s mission of global health for all. Importantly, as traditional donors shift their investments, CPP will be a primary engine for PSI’s ability to continue to deliver market-ready, innovative approaches in global public health. Collectively, we’re aspiring to bring $75M in private sector capital to bear in disrupting the current systems and market failures that hinder consumers’ ability to access high quality health products and services around the globe by 2021.
Sound like you? Read on.
The Deputy Director, Corporate Partnerships, will lead in the identification, cultivation and ongoing engagement of strategic partners in support of PSI’s global programs and capabilities. The Deputy Director will be both an individual contributor, securing and managing partnerships, as well as a team leader supporting others as they do similarly. Operating within the PSI global landscape, the Deputy Director will align the needs of our technical and field staff to private sector resources and capital to deliver greater health impact to our target populations around the globe. The Deputy Director, Corporate Partnerships will report in to the Senior Director, Corporate Partnerships and Philanthropy in Washington, DC. Travel is expected to be 25%, international and domestic.
The Deputy Director, Corporate Partnerships duties fall into two key areas:
What are we looking for?
The candidate we hire will embody PSI’s corporate values:
Our ideal candidate will possess:
In summary, there’s three archetypes that will succeed in this role: a proven dealmaker from the private sector looking to make the world a better place; a seasoned global NGO leader who recognizes the private sector has an increasingly important role to play in delivering the SDGs; or a strategic partnerships expert who knows PSI offers global opportunity and the scale to bring powerful ideas to life.
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PSI is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications from qualified individuals regardless of actual or perceived race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, personal appearance, matriculation, political affiliation, family status or responsibilities, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, childbirth, related medical conditions or breastfeeding, genetic information, amnesty, veteran, special disabled veteran or uniform service member status or employment status.