The Triangle Global Health Consortium (TGHC) (www.triangleglobalhealth.org), a member non-profit organization based in Research Triangle Park, NC, seeks a full-time, energetic leader to serve as Executive Director. The ideal candidate will have strong entrepreneurial leadership and management skills; proven fundraising capability; well-honed networking and representational skills; strong strategic decision-making and fiscal management experience; and exposure to or experience in global health with a passion for improving the health of the world’s communities. S/he will bring vision, creativity, and positive energy to the role.
Reporting to the Board of Directors, the TGHC Executive Director is responsible for leading a diverse consortium dedicated to promoting collaboration and synergy among its members and the Triangle community. S/he will work in close collaboration with the Executive Committee and serve as the driving force in the development and execution of the Consortium’s growth strategy to elevate the organization’s public profile and achieve long- and short-term revenue goals and objectives.
Founded in 2009, the Consortium serves as a consolidated voice for global health issues, individuals, and institutions in the Research Triangle Park and North Carolina. We bring together most than 20 diverse member institutions from the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry, the international health development NGO community, and academia. The consortium is stable and well-respected regionally with a maturing set of current programs. The consortium is also financially sound and has a stable funding base.
Qualifications: Advanced degree (masters or higher); demonstrated track record as an entrepreneurial leader and fund raiser in a member association or non-profit consortium; understanding of global health; ability to manage and grow an active member portfolio; ability to work effectively with diverse audiences, including the private sector, university, non-governmental, and/or government environments; experience in fund-raising, advocacy, and constituency building; and demonstrated ability to effectively connect with individuals at all professional levels.
Compensation: Compensation will include base salary of $90-100K depending on experience, plus $12K/year stipend toward benefits, and a variable compensation target of up to 25% of base dependent on achievement of agreed upon goals and targets, including revenue and member growth.
Provide entrepreneurial leadership for growing the Consortium to ensure long-term growth and impact through the development of membership and fundraising strategies across multiple stakeholder groups.
Identify public and private funding opportunities and secure these opportunities with support from the consortium board and cross-organizational member teams.
Lead the refresh and execution of the TGHC strategy, including creative direction, support and evolution of the strategy to market the Consortium’s global health-related capabilities.
Represent the consortium locally and nationally to build and strengthen external relationships, as well as identify and cultivate additional organizational and individual members, potential donors and friends of the TGHC.
Develop relationships, including education and outreach efforts, with national and state-based political leaders to promote the consortium and the region as an epi-center for global health.
Work with the TGHC Board and participating organizations to support cohesive branding, communications and messaging for the Consortium.
Organize and promote regional and international workshops, seminars, and conferences that showcase TGHC programs and expertise.
Establish regular communication channels and open information-sharing among Consortium members.
Maintain a strong network with members and stakeholders to ensure the most current events and topics aligned with the TGHC mission are cultivated and shared to elevate the profile of the TGHC.
Oversee Consortium meetings, including scheduling, agenda preparation, and dissemination of minutes.
Oversee current and planned TGHC programs and events, ensuring continued high quality and constituent satisfaction.
Supervise programmatic staff who implement a variety of on-going activities and convene working groups.
For consideration and to request further information, please forward your CV to: ExecutiveDirector@triangleglobalhealth.org.
Internal Number: 2018-01
About Triangle Global Health Consortium
The Triangle Global Health Consortium is a non-profit member organization representing institutions and individuals from the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry, the international health development NGO community, the faith community, and academia. The Consortium’s mission is to establish North Carolina as an international center for research, training, education, advocacy, and business dedicated to improving the health of the world's communities. To learn more, visit www.triangleglobalhealth.org.