DRG is a talent advisory group that serves nonprofit organizations that care for, inspire, and enrich the lives of people all over the world. Our team of talent advisors shares a commitment to the values that matter to our clients, bringing more than 30 years of experience to serving the nonprofit community.
As a talent advisory group, we offer a suite of services to help nonprofits search for, attract, and nurture innovative, diverse leadership for their organizations. We also help organizations maximize their impact through talent assessments, transition planning, and by providing insights into compensation and organizational design. Our mission is to support nonprofits in bringing together the right leadership, talent, culture, and structure – so people and organizations can thrive together.
In this newly formed role, the Special Projects Manager will lead enterprise-wide projects primarily focused on scaling our technology and operational systems and driving our growth initiatives. The Director of Special Projects must be a tech savvy, detail-oriented and action-oriented project manager. Reporting to the Chief Strategy Officer, the Special Projects Manager will collaborate closely with all members of the DRG team in learning our processes and leading enterprise-wide projects designed to maximize efficiencies, help our team do their jobs as effectively as possible, and facilitate the continuous improvement of services we provide to our clients.
An early and critical focus for the Special Projects Manager will be leading the scoping, evaluation, selection, customization, and implementation of a new CRM—one that will allow to DRG to seamlessly and effectively manage its business development, client and candidate tracking, and project implementation. Other projects will focus on marketing, internal SOPs and development of an internship program, as well as internal culture and engagement.
We are looking for a high-energy team player who has excellent written and verbal communication skills, listens and learns, is a ”go getter” who pushes projects forward expeditiously and has a passion for working with nonprofit organizations. The Special Projects Manager must be able to manage multiple concurrent projects with many deadlines, work in a fast-paced environment, and be a great listener and quick learner. This is a position for someone with a superior work ethic and a strong sense of accountability who has approximately 4-6 years’ experience in project management and business process implementations.
At DRG, we pride ourselves on supporting and developing internal talent. As Special Projects Manager, you will have the opportunity to attend client meetings, work closely and learn from the entire DRG team, and deepen your understanding of organizational structures, behavior and, of course, talent advisory work. You will also have exposure to business development efforts and client management best practices. The Special Projects Manager has the opportunity to play an integral role in our company’s growth.
Location: Remote Position
To express interest, submit your resume and cover letter via the form below.
Equal Employment Opportunity Statement
DRG considers the diversity of our workforce to be vital to our company’s overall success. We believe the more inclusive we are the better our work will be. We are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills with the goal of being a team that is representative, at all job levels, of our view that all people have equal value, unique skills and individual lived experiences. As such we are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.
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