The Controller works closely with the Director of Finance and the Finance team to ensure compliance with General Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
Founded in 1968, the Guttmacher Institute is a global leader in advancing sexual and reproductive health and rights. Through a unique and interrelated program of high-quality research, evidence-based advocacy and strategic communications, the Institute works to generate new ideas, encourage enlightened public debate, and promote sound policy and program development; its overarching goal is to ensure the highest standard of sexual and reproductive health and rights for all people worldwide. The Institute is engaged in building a more inclusive, transparent and equitable organization.
- New York City
- New York City
Reporting to the Director of Human Resources, the Talent Manager manages and coordinates organization-wide efforts to ensure that a comprehensive set of talent management programs are developed and executed for the purpose of retaining, developing, and attracting an engaged and high-performing workforce. Programs include, but are not limited to: recruitment, onboarding, transitions from employment, performance management, mandatory compliance training (i.e. harassment and non-discrimination trainings), supervisory/management training, and racial equity training. The Talent Manager will develop and keep current a catalogue of online resources and tutorials for the primary software that the Institute uses such as Microsoft Office and Asana. In partnership with the Executive Leadership Team (ELT), the Vice President for Finance and Administration, and the Director of Human Resources, the Talent Manager uses data and analytics to set priorities for improvements aligned with ongoing strategic imperatives. The Talent Manager will also conduct recruitment in sourcing the best talent for the Institute, as well as maintaining effective programs for retention, promotion and succession planning. The Talent Manager is expected to perform the responsibilities of the position, with a focus on diversity, equity and inclusion.
- New York City
The Director of Research Operations (DRO) has primary responsibility for the administrative and operational functioning of the Research Division. This includes oversight for portfolio management across projects (budgeting, timelines, strategic planning, etc.), stewardship of division resources (project staffing, skills training, space allocation), government grant proposal submissions and reporting, regulatory reporting and institutional review board (IRB) issues, and contracts. The DRO oversees the Research Administrative Team (RAT), which consists of six staff who perform the administrative and operational work of the division. An important responsibility of the DRO is to facilitate proactive communication between the Research Division and other divisions in the organization - Development, Finance and Administration, Communications and Publications and Public Policy. The DRO reports to the Vice President for Research, and works collaboratively with the Directors of Domestic and International Research, who have primary responsibility for the substantive aspects of the Institute’s research.