IJM is the global thought-leader in addressing violence against the poor and the largest international anti-slavery organization in the world.
Over the last twenty years, IJM has grown into the world’s leading agency in addressing violence against the poor. We are now poised to vastly expand our impact by leveraging our un-rivaled operational experience, global footprint, and intellectual capital to mobilize the world’s largest institutions into a global revolution in citizen safety that secures protection from violence for the world’s poor. To lead this effort, IJM is seeking a senior executive to operate at a level of global statesmanship in representing IJM’s thought-leadership at the highest levels of government, multi-lateral institutions, academia, development institutions, and religious societies – and to operationally lead a global team in marshalling IJM’s intellectual assets and influence to fundamentally transform the way the world’s most influential institutions prioritize and fund programs to stop violence against the poor in the developing world.
This position is based at IJM’s headquarters in the Washington, DC, area and reports to the Senior Vice President of Global Advancement.
Summary: Oversee the development and implementation of a global thought leadership strategy for mainstreaming IJM’s theory of change with churches, governments, foundations, and international development institutions.
Advance and Implement Strategy to Influence Development Institutions
Develop and Implement Strategy to Influence Global Church Institutions
Provide Leadership within the Global Advancement Division
Required Skills and Experience
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