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Senior Consultant, Integrated Initiatives

TCC Group
New York, United States
$100,000.00 - $140,000.00
Closing date
Apr 28, 2023
Who We Are

TCC Group collaborates with leaders to solve complex social problems. As a mission-driven consulting firm and certified B Corporation, TCC Group partners with foundations, nonprofits, and companies to propel positive social change through strategy, capacity building, initiative design, strategic communication, management, and evaluation. We design and implement solutions for social impact by immersing ourselves in interconnected communities and systems, co-creating innovative and effective processes, and applying and sharing our experience with the field.

TCC Group is built on the commitment and experience of our people. We are a diverse group of inspired problem-solvers—committed to collaborative learning and our collective contribution to building an effective social sector. People join the TCC team to make an impact; are engaged, driven, and inspired by the work we do.


Position Summary

We are currently seeking an energetic self-starter with a curious mind and a collaborative spirit to join the Integrated Initiatives team as our Senior Consultant, Integrated Initiatives.


The Integrated Initiatives Team at TCC Group tackles complex social problems through integrated action, informed by deep listening, intentional engagement, critical analysis, and bold approaches. The team helps nonprofits, companies, and foundations achieve their goals through the careful choreography of multiple program components, well-integrated and implemented for lasting impact.


The Senior Consultant, Integrated Initiatives will lead, manage, and advise projects in strategic planning and design, grant-making, program management, stakeholder and community engagement, and communication.


Beyond direct client work, partnering with the team directors and other firm members the Senior Consultant, Integrated Initiatives will contribute to TCC Group’s thought leadership by identifying new client prospects; and cultivating, supporting, and sustaining client relationships; and facilitating and presenting at conferences and webinars.


TCC Group has offices in New York and Philadelphia and will primarily be seeking candidates in our New York office; however, qualified candidates in other US locations may be considered. Women of Color are encouraged to apply.


Note: TCC requires all our employees to be vaccinated for COVID-19 and will require proof of vaccination.


Duties and Responsibilities


Lead 1-2 projects within a large client portfolio (50%)


  • Provide day-to-day and year-long project leadership and oversight, including building work plans and timelines and ensuring efficient and timely completion of tasks by coordinating project teams across multiple internal and external teams, delegating tasks, and monitoring workflow.
  • Continually monitor and update budgets, work plans and revenue projections for projects and project staff and regularly communicate progress on project work plans.
  • Lead and participate in internal and external face-to-face and online meetings by setting agendas and facilitation.
  • Manage relationships with grant partners, community leaders, and other
  • Oversee and direct activities carried out by a team of affiliate community
  • General client relations, including telephone and email communication, and in-person meetings


Design and Implement Programs (30%)


Strategic Design

  • Assess organizational and/or portfolio strengths and challenges
  • Conduct landscape analyses across current or future areas of interest, to identify strategic opportunities, challenges, and prospects for building partnerships and funder alignment
  • Develop effective service delivery, advocacy, or grantmaking approaches and complementary resource investments and programming


Grantee Engagement and Management

  • Develop and refine grantmaking tools including Requests for Proposals (RFPs), strategic

criteria, review guides and processes, reports, check-in interview guides, and tools for grantee data collection

  • Develop and train External Review Committees and participatory grantmaking practices – including facilitation of grantmaking decision making meetings
  • Supervise grantmaking and management process, ensuring timely implementation
  • In partnership with the Associate Consultant – Grants, coordinate and align grantmaking practices – including tools and processes – across project teams
  • Review grants to make recommendations
  • Identify and build relationships with stakeholders that complement grantee shared learning and collaboration
  • Prepare and manage strategic communications associated with grantee cohorts (e.g., emails, bulletins, program announcements, web content, social media promotions, and day-to-day communications via phone and email)


Facilitation and Presentation

  • Plan and facilitate meetings and retreats with clients, leadership staff, and other key
  • Foster learning, shared consensus, and collective decision-making on strategic and operational
  • Oversee and/or prepare written materials and dynamic, visually appealing client-ready presentations (e.g., PowerPoint reports, narrative documents, tables, and graphs).


Business Development and Team Leadership (20%)


Thought Leadership

  • Individually and in teams, author articles, blogs, e-letters, and other written materials reflecting practical wisdom gleaned from philanthropic, corporate, and nonprofit sector engagements
  • Present at social sector conferences, webinars, and other peer forums


Business Development

  • Develop and implement marketing strategies to attract new mission-driven work to TCC
  • Identify prospective social sector clients and network with funders and nonprofits in various sector settings
  • Oversee and/or prepare approach and materials for meetings with prospective clients
  • Draft proposals, including proposed budgets and workplans
  • Build and sustain productive client relations, including email and telephone communication, and in-person meetings


Team Leadership

  • Oversee the project work of Consultants, Associate Consultants, Analysts, and
  • Supervise, train, and mentor one or more Consultants, Associate Consultants, Analysts, and/or Administrative Assistants.
Qualifications Required
  • Bachelor’s degree in public health, social work, health management, health administration, public health, or a related field
  • 7-10 years relevant professional experience in program development, program officer, grantmaking, and management experience in consulting, nonprofits, philanthropy, or corporate giving or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Project manager superpowers – in depth experience efficiently managing projects from start to finish with deadline sensitivity and the use of required tools and resources
  • Proven track record of moving and driving complex projects to completion
  • Excellent interpersonal and verbal communication skills – cultural sensitivity, and ability to adjust as needed
  • Exceptional writing skills—ability to summarize large amounts of complex information into engaging, consumer-friendly content
  • Exceptional organizational and time management skills


  • Master’s/Advanced degree in public health, social work, health management, health administration, public health, or a related field
  • Prior experience working in an agency or consulting firm
  • Expertise in Microsoft Office applications (e.g., Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Knowledge or experience in health, HIV/AIDS, reproductive justice and women’s rights, racial justice, mental health, or substance use disorders demonstrated through prior work experience and/or volunteer work.


Habits of Work
  • Strong drive with ability to thrive in fast-paced environments where solutions-based thinking and creative approaches are deeply valued and critical to success of the overall project.
  • Ability to multitask and juggle competing priorities – maintaining strong attention to detail
  • Ability to work independently as well as collaboratively - a team player
  • Experience and comfortable managing up down and sideways – delegating and coordinating complex projects with moving parts to execute high-quality products
  • Creative and self-reflective – adaptive, open-minded, and ready to try new approaches to old practices


To Apply: Please go to our website career page and click on the link. Submit a cover letter and resume. Note: Applications without a cover letter will not be accepted.


TCC Group offers a competitive and equitable total compensation package. Our comprehensive benefits package includes health insurance, 401k retirement plan with employer match, disability, life insurance, a generous paid time off, and more. The starting salary range for this position is $100,000 - $140,000 commensurate with experience.

TCC Group is an equal opportunity employer. Each position at the firm is filled by the best qualified applicant available. The firm does not discriminate against employees or applicants on any legally protected basis, including, but not limited to, race, color, creed, religion, gender, gender identity, marital status, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, veteran's status, age, or disability which does not interfere with an individual's ability to perform the essential functions of his or her job position with or without reasonable accommodation. The firm will provide equal opportunities in hiring, promotions, wages, benefits and other privileges, terms, and conditions of employment.

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