Our vision is to see all forms of human poverty ended worldwide. Our purpose is to walk together, following God’s call to respond to human suffering and graduate communities from extreme poverty. Food for the Hungry’s legacy, from the days of our founding 49 years ago, is to serve the most vulnerable one at a time.
We ground our work on a core set of simple values.
• We follow Jesus. We are ambassadors of Jesus in our thoughts, words, and deeds.
• Our work is relational. We pursue reconciled relationships of grace with those with whom we work, partner, and serve.
• We invest wisely and focus on results. We are stewards in God’s Kingdom and strive to invest all resources to maximize missional impact.
• We serve with humility. We recognize the dignity of others and put their interests above our own.
• We pursue beauty, goodness, and truth. In a broken world, we are witnesses through our relationships and work of God’s beauty, goodness, and truth.
These values guide our decisions, shape the way we interact with one another and with our partners, and characterize our actions while we work in some of the most difficult circumstances throughout the world. Together, we call our vision, purpose, and values the Heartbeat.
The Chief Talent and Culture Officer (CTCO) of Food for the Hungry leads and oversees all Global HR (GHR) functions including recruitment, compensation and benefits, learning and talent development, organizational culture, staff care, organizational development, change management, and all generalist HR activities. Reporting to the CEO, this role is a key member of the Executive Leadership Team (ELT) and responsible for integrating the global HR strategy with the global strategy while living out the FH Heartbeat.
The CTCO role for Food for the Hungry requires six key responsibilities:
Promote, model, and safeguard our Christian, biblically based, relational approach in all we do
Ensure the organization has the right people, in the right positions, at the right time, doing the right things.
Define, build, and sustain a “Heartbeat” culture embraced and lived throughout the organization.
Ensure we have the talent, systems, mechanisms, and culture that demands, measures, and rewards results, quality, and impact.
Ensure that our global human resource operations are solutions-focused, innovative, and best in class.
Position Food for the Hungry as a leader in our sector for people, talent, and culture.
Koya Leadership Partners has been engaged by Food for the Hungry to advise in this pivotal leadership hire. Leading this search is Nicole Kamaleson, Managing Director of the Global Practice and Sarah Avendaño, Consultant, Executive Search. If you are ready to submit your completed application, kindly submit both your compelling cover letter (addressing motivation and suitability per the above role specifications) and CV/resume here. Only completed applications, with both CV/resume and cover letter, will be presented to the client.