Community Partners International (CPI) is a U.S. non-profit organization working throughout Asia with offices and field offices located in Thailand (Bangkok), Bangladesh and Myanmar (Yangon). For more than 20 years, CPI has empowered communities and transformed lives. CPI works in partnership with conflict-affected, hard-to-reach and underserved communities enabling them to access quality health services and generate the resources to meet their own health, learning, and development needs. Founded by U.S. doctors and philanthropists in 1998, the organization has grown to serve more than one million people each year in Myanmar (Burma), Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Thailand.
Benefits & Culture
The head of operations (HOO) will provide senior level leadership, management and guidance across operations teams including administration, finance, grants, human resources, information technology, and safety & security units. The HOO will coach and mentor the multifunctional teams and strengthen and refine CPI’s systems and processes, providing expert advice and implementing international best practice. The HOO will also manage key relationship with internal and external stakeholders and work closely with the executive director offering strategic guidance at the organizational level and across regional operations teams where CPI operates. Other key responsibilities are to:
Skills & Experience Required
You are an outstanding, established operations leader, ideally from an international non-profit, or similar organization, with demonstrated experience building and shaping operational and systems architecture. You can offer proven successful leadership expertise across multifunctional teams in a similar Asian context and expertise overseeing US grants and reporting. Additionally, you bring:
If you would like to help CPI realize its mission to build thriving communities in Asia through equitable access to quality services for health and social welfare, and you meet the above criteria, please apply by addressing the key skills and experience required, submitting your cover letter and resume quoting reference #989511. Alternatively, call Lois Freeke in Australia (AEDT) in confidence on: +61 (0) 2 8080 8978.