Deputy Director Job Opening

The Deputy Director provides is primarily responsible for program management and day-to-day oversight of staff and organizational functions including operating plans, program implementation, fundraising, membership recruitment and engagement, operations, administration, communications, finances and accounting.

Responsibilities include:

  • Provide overall management of the Committee’s annual program calendar of flagship conferences, roundtables, virtual conferences, other seminars and events, and Congressional education and advocacy efforts.
  • Lead the end-to-end planning and execution of all programs and events including developing program themes and topics, speaker identification and outreach, drafting background and preparatory materials, managing participant invitation and registration process, venue coordination and all logistics.
  • Systematically track, knowledgably speak to, and regularly brief Executive Director on issues and legislation as it relates to the Committee’s core focus on the Bretton Woods institutions and issue areas of international finance, trade, and economic development.
  • Lead communications efforts and manage the production of Committee publications including Annual Report, quarterly e-newsletter, program and organizational brochures, mailings, website content, social media content, and related materials.
  • Oversee organizational operations including CRM database, cloud-based IT services, website, and administrative and accounting processes.
  • Support implementation of annual resource-generating strategies including event sponsorships, membership recruitment and fundraising drives.
  • Support relationship cultivation and liaising with diverse stakeholders including members, partner institutions, government officials, event speakers and sponsors.
  • Identify, shape and implement opportunities to improve organizational efficiency including designing new processes, procedures, and systems where appropriate.
  • Oversee and provide development opportunities for staff and interns.
  • Assist the Executive Director in carrying out the organization's efforts to implement its mission, vision, and goals by supporting strategic planning and evaluation.
  • Other duties as needed.



  • 5-7+ years of professional experience at increasing levels of responsibility, including 2-3 years leading and managing a small team.
  • Significant program management and event planning experience.
  • Demonstrated excellence in written and oral communication.
  • A healthy awareness of the multilateral landscape and the role of the Bretton Woods institutions including thought leaders, companies, government actors, and other organizations involved in global finance, trade, and development.
  • Experience working at a multilateral institution, in government or a membership association preferred.
  • Experience in the context of smaller, resource-constrained organizations.
  • Experience working with senior officials and executives with a high level of professionalism.
  • Proficiency in all programs of MS-Office suite. Knowledge of CRM databases, MailChimp or other e-mail platforms, social media (Twitter, LinkedIn), Drupal, and/or basic HTML a plus.
  • Master’s degree in international economics, finance, development, relations, or related field.

Salary and Benefits

$65,000-$80,000 dependent upon experience; employer sponsored health care and retirement plans; paid vacation/sick leave.

How to Apply:
Interested candidates should submit a resume, cover letter and writing sample (2-3 pages) to Emily Slater at [email protected] with subject line: BWC Deputy Director.

Must be eligible to work in the United States.