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Senior Director for Research - ACEEE   As our Senior Director for Research, you will oversee research in a range of topic areas including buildings, industry, transportation, behavior, health, and more – resulting in approximately 30 research reports and white papers each year. Looking across our entire portfolio of work, you will enhance our impact by aligning strategic objectives and research projects that complement each other for greatest impact. Engaged in scoping meetings and reviewing drafts, you will play a critical role in ensuring research projects are rigorous, credible, and aligned with our mission and goals.   You will report to the Executive Director, serve on our senior management team, and manage several programs while overseeing our research agenda and contributing to policy activities. Working collaboratively with colleagues to provide strategic guidance for the organization, you will prioritize key focus areas and guide staff to produce high-quality work. You will also represent the organization externally with policymakers, partner organizations, and funders while leveraging the expertise and contributions of our Research Advisory Board.   Organization Overview A national nonprofit research organization based in Washington, D.C., the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) believes that the United States can harness the full potential of energy efficiency to boost economic prosperity, improve health, and protect the environment for all its people. ACEEE is America’s leading center of expertise on energy efficiency, actively contributing to debates on energy policy, clean air, and climate change. We are nationally recognized for leadership in promoting energy efficiency policies.   Our research and analysis are widely relied on by policymakers, business and industry decision-makers, consumers, media, and other energy professionals. We have contributed provisions to all major federal energy legislation since the 1980s, provided guidance and support to federal agencies and presidential administrations, and engaged on energy efficiency policies and programs in over three dozen states and numerous cities. For example, we have negotiated efficiency standards adopted by Congress for dozens of products, we have contributed to utility energy saving targets now in effect in 27 states, and we helped develop the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Rural Energy Savings Program. Our research and partnerships have also helped launch over a dozen other organizations and campaigns.   Primary Responsibilities of the Senior Director for Research Lead, support, and coordinate the work of all research programs. This includes: - Identify and plan new research areas for the organization and develop funding strategies to support this research, working with research program directors and senior managers, the Senior Director for Policy, and the Executive Director. - Coordinate the development and implementation of cross-cutting research projects involving multiple ACEEE programs. - Oversee research and analysis activities including allocation of staff resources, scheduling and prioritization of analysis activities, quality assurance and review, coordination of research activities with policy needs, coordination of messaging between research and communications staff, and development/acquisition of research tools and outsourced technical expertise. - Represent ACEEE’s research activities to the ACEEE Board of Directors. - Serve as staff lead for the Research Advisory Board. - Establish and maintain systems that ensure the quality, credibility, and relevance of ACEEE’s research including robust internal and external review. - Lead or contribute to research as a subject-matter expert and technical consultant as appropriate.   Other Responsibilities of the Senior Director for Research - Supervise multiple research program directors and senior managers. - Work closely with the Executive Director and the Senior Director for Policy to support ACEEE policy efforts. - Represent the organization in public forums and meetings with public officials and the media. - Identify and pursue partnership opportunities with other organizations. - Maintain high staff morale and productivity. - Help hire, orient, train, and mentor research managers and staff. - Contribute to fundraising.   Qualifications of the Senior Director for Research         - Advanced degree and at least 15 years of work experience in energy efficiency, environmental sciences, and/or related fields. Significant energy policy experience. Nonprofit experience is preferred. - Experienced researcher with a record of peer-reviewed research accomplishments and publications including energy efficiency research. Well-versed in research methods. - Experience managing teams of researchers, including setting strategic priorities and developing staff. - Accomplished public speaker and written communicator to both technical and lay audiences. - Proven record of fundraising for research from foundation, government, and commercial sectors. - National and/or international reputation and strong contacts within the energy efficiency field. Diverse contacts across multiple areas of the energy efficiency stakeholder groups strongly preferred. - Set of accomplishments that demonstrate organizational leadership and an ability to have an impact, utilizing quality research to advance policy.   Attributes of the Senior Director for Research - Researcher. You creatively and thoroughly design, plan, and lead research and evaluation studies. Your research methods are rigorous, dynamic, and up to date. You understand evaluation design and structure analysis to enhance the value of your research. - Mission-driven. You will be an effective ambassador for ACEEE, able to articulate our mission, goals, and major programs. - Relationship builder. You can build and maintain relationships with a wide array of stakeholders. You have a history of earning respect and credibility through actions with partners. - Clear communicator. Your communication is clear and direct, both written and oral. You easily adjust your message without sacrificing content, consistency, or service delivery. - Leader. You have coached, mentored, and developed staff at all professional levels, skillfully identifying and promoting talent and building strong teams. - Strong business acumen. You set priorities wisely and know how to make tough resource allocation decisions, always finding a way to forward strategic initiatives. You know how to translate strategy into action. You have successfully structured programs to meet organizational needs. - Organization agility. You understand how organizations work, where to build relationships, and how to get results through other people.   What’s Attractive to the Right Senior Director for Research Candidate? - As a research organization, this role is fundamental to our success. In this high-leverage leadership position for ACEEE, you will sit at the center of the ecosystem with the ability to shape the direction of our research agenda. - With a reputation for influencing policy, ACEEE is well-positioned to have significant impact on reducing carbon emissions and energy consumption. With the foundation already in place, you can have a major impact and be proud of what you accomplish. - You will enjoy intelligent and collegial interactions with our Research Advisory Board and ACEEE staff. - We are a mission-driven, collaborative, entrepreneurial organization that offers workplace flexibility and professional development. You will find your colleagues to be friendly and dedicated, and the work to be intellectually stimulating. - You will have the opportunity to work with an outstanding organization that provides information and advice to policymakers, the business community, and consumers, shaping programs and policies that protect the environment, promote energy security, and enhance the economy. - ACEEE offers competitive compensation, based on qualifications and experience, with opportunities for career development. Benefits include ACEEE’s generous package of health, dental, vision, disability, and life insurance coverage; a 403(b)-retirement plan; transportation and bike share benefits; three weeks of vacation in the first year and four weeks thereafter.   To Apply for the Senior Director for Research position: Use the "Apply" button on this page, or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “ACEEE – Senior Director for Research #2020-2567 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Alternative Titles:  Director, Policy Programs, Research Lead, Policy Researcher, Director, Strategic Research.   Please note: Our practice is not to disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Staffing Advisors has been engaged to find the right candidate and is committed to helping create a diverse work environment for our client. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. IND123
Job ID
2020-2567
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Senior Economic Policy Analyst – Latino Wealth Building - UnidosUS   UnidosUS is the nation’s largest Latino civil rights and advocacy organization—a leading think tank focused on issues relevant to the Latino community. In this role, you will identify promising ideas, particularly in the areas of either banking/lending and consumer protection or wages/working conditions and tax provisions to improve opportunities for underserved, low income and low wealth communities. Through our unique combination of research, advocacy, programs, and a national network of nearly 300 community-based affiliate organizations across the country, we work to protect civil rights, expand economic opportunity, ensure equitable access to quality education, improve access to healthcare, advocate for nondiscriminatory immigration policies, amplify the voices of Latino youth, and ensure that all eligible voters can cast their ballots with confidence.   Working with colleagues to plan and conduct rapid-response and long-term analyses of data, programs, and emerging issues, you will write policy papers, issue briefs, and congressional testimony in a variety of lengths and formats for diverse audiences. You will also be responsible for convening an effective network of civil rights organizations, community leaders, researchers, and policymakers to effectively frame a federal economic policy agenda that invests in the future and targets policy solutions to the most vulnerable in our society. Success in this role flows from your collaboration with colleagues in multiple internal disciplines, including Communications, Civic Engagement, Legislative Affairs, and the Policy Analysis Center.   As Senior Policy Analyst for the Economic Policy Project in our Policy and Advocacy Component, you will join a team of more than 30 talented people who each bring unique expertise in a range of policy areas. We have multiple openings and are looking for someone with expertise in any of these areas: tax, retirement, workforce, housing, or labor.   Responsibilities of the Senior Economic Policy Analyst - Develop and execute a project plan and agenda for evaluating and analyzing relevant economic policies that affect the Latino community. - Analyze emerging public policy issues and trends and produce UnidosUS policy publications including issue briefs, white papers, conference papers, presentations, and testimony using primary and secondary research sources. - Serve as UnidosUS’s institutional expert on select economic policy issues with a focus on either policy solutions related to reforming banking and lending policies and consumer protection or supporting efforts to raise wages, improve working conditions for Latinos, and defend expanding tax provisions that benefit Latino working families. - Represent UnidosUS in high-visibility forums, including meetings with congressional staff, policymakers, issue experts and stakeholders, national conferences, and the media. - Lead and participate in coalitions of experts and advocates on select economic policy issues. - Provide strategic recommendations, as appropriate, to UnidosUS leadership, including the organization’s cabinet and the President and CEO.   Qualifications of the Senior Economic Policy Analyst - Bachelor’s degree in economics or related; graduate degree in public policy preferred (including coursework in economics and quantitative data analysis). - Two or more years of policy experience required, including in-depth knowledge of policy analysis with a demonstrated ability to analyze and develop new policy. Experience working in or around Capitol Hill or in a think tank/advocacy organization is ideal. - Expertise in subjects related to either tax and retirement or workforce and labor issues. (Affordable housing experience is a plus.) - Ability to conduct community outreach and convene groups.   Attributes of the Senior Economic Policy Analyst - Clear communicator. You have concise, accurate, and effective written communication skills. You are articulate and persuasive, able to deliver critical and complex information to a variety of audiences in a credible and presentable way. - Curious. You like to learn new things, enjoy researching just about anything, and have a natural curiosity. You notice trends and ask why. You ask questions, listen, and learn. - Data-driven. You are comfortable with the data. Great policy requires more than big-picture ideas—it requires solid analysis, and you are willing to do the rigorous analytical work that’s required. - Self-assured. Colleagues respect you for your knowledge and your ability to communicate in a clear and defined manner.   What’s Attractive to the Right Senior Economic Policy Analyst Candidate? - Your work will support significant advancements in our nation’s policies across a wide range of issue areas. You will hear our work quoted by political candidates and major press publications. - We are strategically flexible, giving you the ability to work on issues that have momentum and to create momentum for important issues. You will have opportunities to do fulfilling work, interacting directly with the community. - Generally, when we’re not addressing major crises, you can enjoy a positive quality of life with real work-life balance. - You will be part of a passionate organization with a deeply devoted staff that is extremely focused and intent on creating long-term value. Your colleagues are professional and committed to their work, and respectful and responsive to each other. - At UnidosUS, you will help us build a society where all of us—no matter what we look like, how we pray, where we come from, who our parents are, or how our sexuality is expressed—can live, worship, work, and pursue happiness together as equals. - We offer a comprehensive package that includes health, dental, and vision insurance, flexible spending, short-term and long-term disability, 401k with a match, and more.   To Apply for the Senior Economic Policy Analyst position: Use the "Apply" button on this page, or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “UnidosUS - Senior Economic Policy Analyst #2019-2498 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Please note: Our practice is not to disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Alternative Titles:  Policy Analyst, Senior Program Assistant, Senior Associate, Research Analyst, Economic Analyst.   Staffing Advisors has been engaged to find the right candidate and is committed to helping create a diverse work environment for our client. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history.   Internally this position title is Senior Policy Analyst, Economic Policy Project.    
Job ID
2019-2498
Job Locations US-DC-Washington, DC
Deputy Director of Meetings - AACAP   As the Deputy Director of Meetings for our medical association, you will oversee the planning and execution of logistics for our Annual Meeting with approximately 4,000 attendees and 80 exhibits as well as 3 mid-size conferences and up to 40 committee meetings throughout the year. Reporting to the Director of Meetings and Continuing Medical Education, you will supervise a team of two (a Senior Conference Advisor and a Meetings Coordinator) to ensure the smooth delivery of all events. In addition to managing your staff, your ability to efficiently coordinate contract negotiations, timelines, and meeting flow, and to oversee our meeting database will be essential.   American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP) promotes the healthy development of children, adolescents, and families through advocacy, education, and research, and to meet the professional needs of child and adolescent psychiatrists throughout their careers. Our association is dedicated to helping children and families around the globe. We are proud of our collegial work environment where your opinion will be valued and your work rewarding.   In this role, you will collaborate across departments, work with multiple committees, manage scientific submissions, coordinate with thousands of speakers, and ensure that logistics are effectively planned and executed. Through your attention to detail, the inevitable changes will be handled and communicated to everyone involved. As you learn the needs of our internal staff, conference attendees, volunteers, and speakers you will have valuable input on topic development and faculty selection.   You and your team will have responsibility for our robust database and conference system. It will be your responsibility to update information, organize scientific submissions and reviews, pull and maintain reports, and provide member access to the information as possible.   Responsibilities of the Deputy Director of Meetings - Oversee the planning, implementation, and management of all meetings and conferences to enhance member participation and education. Prepare master work schedules/timelines and oversee details for events that include hotel/convention center specifications, audiovisual requirements, timelines, abstracts, food and beverage requirements, staffing schedules and assignments, special events, and security issues. - Meet weekly with the Senior Conference Advisor and Meetings Coordinator to review progress/responsibilities and supervise tasks related to meetings and committee meetings. - Select and manage vendors for insurance, travel, exhibit decoration, design, art/graphics, printers, etc. - Provide logistics to support a variety of meeting formats (open forum, discussion panels, presentations, live video presentations, etc.) - Work closely with the Program Committee in developing content for educational programs, recruiting and managing program faculty, marketing all educational programs, and preparing content documents. - Cultivate and maintain relationships, contracting, and evaluating an extensive variety of suppliers, including hotels, audio-visual companies, audio-taping companies, convention bureaus, insurance providers, travel agencies, exhibit decorators, art/graphic designers, reception sites, database managers, printers, and other vendors. - Communicate with all stakeholders on changes and update schedules and spreadsheets accordingly. Manage communication with AACAP committee members and presenters. - Take initiative in resolving on-the-spot difficulties as they arise. - Work with speakers on-site at events to ensure they have the equipment and materials needed to successfully present to audiences. - Work closely with the communications department and outside designers to oversee copywriting, design, and production for various materials related to programs including brochures and promotions. Ensure all materials have a consistent visual identity, are accurate, maintain graphic standards, and are written in a professional style and tone. Implement a marketing plan as needed. - Support the Education staff to develop, disseminate, and collect evaluation forms, survey instruments, and other forms of formal and informal feedback to determine success in meeting its educational program goals. - Document the process, make suggestions for improvements, and implement changes. - Reconcile budget and expenditures, code bills, and process reimbursements. - Travel to support the events is required.   Qualifications of the Deputy Director of Meetings - Bachelor’s degree required. - Minimum of 7 years of experience in planning and managing conferences and events including conferences with concurrent sessions for over 1,000 attendees. - Minimum of 3 years direct supervisory experience. - Strong database experience with registration, program submissions, or similar. - Effective and productive committee relationship skills. - Strong negotiation skills with a solid understanding of contract terms and conditions and experience negotiating agreements. - Experience with onsite logistics management and support for programs. - Excellent written and verbal communication skills with special attention to an understanding of written contracts and agreements and writing and editing promotional copy. - Experience with abstract submissions management preferred. - Association industry or nonprofit background is required; medical or scientific association experience is strongly preferred. - Must be able to travel an aggregate of approximately 3-4 weeks per year, including some weekends. - Must be physically able to set up for meetings, carrying and moving items such as signs, platters, drinks, small AV equipment, etc. - CMP certification is preferred, but not required.   Attributes of the Deputy Director of Meetings - Project manager. You can juggle multiple tasks, allocate and optimize resources, and manage timelines. You enjoy creating and implementing processes and procedures that uphold rigorous standards. You manage a task from start to finish. - Strong leader. You have proven management skills and a profoundly collaborative style. You work closely with your colleagues – you build trust and rapport across all levels of the organization. - Cool under pressure. You do your best work when the pressure is highest. You grow more controlled and confident in your abilities to solve problems the more problems arise. - Collaborative. You work well with colleagues and members, understanding their concerns and realistically managing their expectations. You give respect; you earn yours. You are grounded in our organizational values of sharing information and working cooperatively. - Exceptional communicator. You are known for your poise, tact, and diplomacy. You are comfortable in a social setting and can confidently engage at all levels and across multiple stakeholder groups. You collaborate on projects and communicate results, and you are willing to listen and learn from others. - Service driven. You set the standard for meeting and exceeding expectations. You are responsive and committed. You are clear, tactful, and diplomatic about what’s realistic and what’s possible. - Strong initiative and judgment. You have good judgment and a thoughtful approach. You are sensitive to the challenges, goals, and varying needs of all stakeholders. - Ownership. You succeed in a team environment, work well independently, and carry your weight, learning from others and contributing in equal measure.   What’s Attractive to the Right Deputy Director of Meetings Candidate? - This is an exciting and busy environment with a variety of meetings and programs where you will learn and grow your career. - We are financially strong and we offer highly competitive compensation and benefits. - Our staff is smart, collaborative, energetic, and hard-working. - You will work with a committed and caring volunteer base who want to develop high-quality programs and don’t mind getting into the details.   To Apply for the Deputy Director of Meetings position: Use the "Apply" button on this page, or simply email your resume to Ellen Greenwood at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “Deputy Director of Meetings #2019-2522 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Please note: Our practice is not to disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Alternate Titles: Meetings Director, Senior Manager of Meetings, Assistant Director of Meetings, Meeting Planner, Events Director, Meetings Manager  Staffing Advisors has been engaged to find the right candidate and is committed to helping create a diverse work environment for our client. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history.    
Job ID
2019-2522
Job Locations US-DC-Washington, D.C.
Project Assistant - EBA   As Project Assistant for the Energy Bar Association (EBA), you will serve as the first point of contact for our membership. The majority of your time will be spent responding to member requests which include renewals, registrations, access to resources and meeting coordination. You will maintain and support volunteer governance including 3 Boards, committees, chapters and task forces. We will count on you to look around the corner and stay ahead of important milestones and we will depend on you to manage highly confidential and sensitive information. Additionally, you will coordinate certification for state continuing legal education (CLE) credits, event registrations, manage website content updates, and answer distance learning related inquiries.   Report to and supporting the chief executive officer (CEO), you will also assist with office operations and accounting while managing volunteer committees and calendars. This is a highly visible and fairly autonomous role where we will depend on you to connect the dots, manage the details, and produce solid outcomes. You will manage the CEO’s online calendar and determine priority for multiple, and often urgent or sensitive, issues to make sure they are resolved effectively. Your ability to use online tools and anticipate the needs of the CEO and the organization will ensure that EBA runs efficiently and smoothly and that our members feel exceptionally well-served. In this role, your warmth, intelligence, inquisitiveness, attention to details, organization skills, customer service skills, graciousness, poise, judgment, and discretion will all be important to success.   Organization Overview EBA is an international, non-profit association of attorneys, energy professionals, and students active in all areas of energy law. EBA has seven regional chapters across the U.S. and an increasing number of members in Canada and Mexico.   We host numerous educational seminars, including two national conferences per year. Our educational programming covers all facets of energy law (electricity reliability, oil pipeline regulations, renewable energy, environmental law, etc.). Many of our programs are approved for CLE credits which our members need to stay current. In addition to programming, EBA members rely on us to provide valuable opportunities for networking. Our lunches, receptions, and dinner programs allow our members to meet and share their expertise.   Responsibilities of the Project Assistant Membership and Donor Administration - Process new member welcome packages and prospect packages. Run membership reports and manage all items related to membership administration, including meeting and educational programming registration forms. - Process new, renewal, and other memberships as well as charitable contributions into our database via credit card and other payment methods. - Manage ELJ subscription process and fulfillment. Board, Committee, and Meeting Support - Manage meeting logistics and scheduling for all three boards. - Manage lists for all committees, councils and task forces. - Research background material and prepare board books, agendas, and presentation materials for meetings. Create PowerPoint presentations, financial charts, and special reports as needed. - Attend board meetings as needed. Distribute meeting minutes and prepare and distribute other post-meeting documents and correspondence as necessary, including follow-up action where required. - Update and maintain records including board and committee minutes, policy manuals, membership records, volunteer group rosters, bylaws, and other key information. - Confirm speakers for major meetings: Annual Meeting, Mid-Year Energy Forum, Law Academy Programs. - Manage volunteer programs including communications with volunteers throughout the year. - Maintain recognition and rewards initiatives to strengthen overall volunteer program. - Coordinate volunteer leader hotel and travel arrangements, executive meetings, and social receptions. - Build relationships with the executive assistants of board officers, key volunteers, and stakeholders. - Coordinate the nominations and elections process for appointments to the boards of directors. - Assist meeting and marketing staff in posting website and social media updates. - Coordinate staff social events. Executive Support - Exercise discretion in organizing and maintaining the electronic calendar including managing telephone calls and visitors; arranging and coordinating appointments, meetings, and functions; and preparing and providing appropriate documentation to assist with meetings. - Determine the priority of matters for the attention of the CEO; redirect or handle matters as appropriate and resolve conflicting demands on her time. - Collect documents and data for the CEO, following up on deliverables from both internal and external stakeholders. - Oversee internal staff calendar and reservations for conference rooms and other office spaces. Manage logistical arrangements, including virtual/conference call, food and beverage, room setup/cleanup, and other needs for meetings held in the office. - Maintain state CLE approval through the various state bars. - Maintain CLE credit files. Report attendees’ CLE credits to select state bar associations and assist attorneys with applying or reporting their certificates where applicable. - Independently compose, prepare, and follow up on various internal and external correspondences. - Maintain electronic files and archive annually. - Coordinate contracts and maintenance for office equipment – copier, postage machine, telephones, etc. - Manage accounts payables and check processing.   Qualifications of the Project Assistant - Minimum of 3-5 years of relevant experience. - Solid proficiency with Microsoft Office and other software applications (strong Word and Excel skills required) - Ability to manage cloud systems such as video conferencing, constant contact, doodle.com, or similar. - Experience managing invoices, accounts payable, and accounts receivable is preferred. - Strong writing, editing, and proofreading experience in a business environment. - Experience working with a board is preferred. - Association experience and familiarity with an association management system (AMS) or customer relationship management (CRM) database highly desirable. - Ability to work independently, as well as a member of a team, with an approach that is flexible, eager, and friendly. - Excellent interpersonal skills and written communication skills; exemplary telephone manners. - Some travel is required for meetings and events.   Attributes of the Project Assistant - Confident and pleasant. You understand that everyone is a “customer” and should have a “Ritz Carlton” service experience when contacting the executive office. - Great communicator. You have excellent oral and written communication. You demonstrate poise, diplomacy, and tact. - Detail Oriented. Even though you are detail oriented, you can also see the big picture and understand how the details relate to the overall mission of the organization. - Organization Skills. Your attention to detail is supported by your organization skills. You appreciate order and know how to achieve it efficiently. - Flexible and capable. You manage changing priorities without difficulty and get the job done. - Problem solver. You are solution-minded, confident, and steadfast in the face of uncertainty. You identify what needs to be done first, anticipate needs downstream, and carefully steward projects. - Able to hold anything in confidence. While you are friendly to all, you divulge nothing confidential to anyone and never give the impression to anyone that you are holding any confidential information. You use the utmost discretion inside the office and out about the knowledge and information that you hold. - Autonomous. You are self-motivated and work well independently. You are not afraid to make a decision, but you know when to seek input. - Strong initiative and judgment. You have good judgment and a thoughtful approach. You are sensitive to the challenges, goals, and varying needs of all stakeholders. - Resourceful and great follow through. Whether it’s something that requires a quick turn- around or a long-term project with many steps, you take full responsibility from start to finish. When you say you’ll get back with someone, you do. - Team player. You work as an integral part of a team that works and wins together. You are articulate, persuasive, and willing to listen to and respect the views of others. You confidently engage with staff at all levels to define needs and expectations. You collaborate on projects and communicate results.   What’s Attractive to the Right Project Assistant Candidate? - You will be working with a strong supportive team and members who appreciate your work. Our members are a pleasure to work with: smart, capable, and dedicated to EBA’s success. - This is a great springboard for your career. As we grow, you will have the opportunity to learn from your colleagues and help with many facets of non-profit management. - Outside of the occasional, urgent, time-sensitive matters, you will be able to leave work at work and will not be required to be “on call” once you leave the office. - You will enjoy a strong working relationship with the CEO who is an experienced association professional with a customer-oriented, service-focused approach to leading the organization. Your work will have a direct impact on making the CEO more efficient. - We offer a competitive salary and excellent benefits to include medical, dental, and life insurance, 2 weeks paid vacation, sick time, bereavement, holidays, 401(k) contribution, long-term insurance, and more.   To Apply for the Project Assistant position: Use the "Apply" button on this page, or simply email your resume to Ellen Greenwood at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “EBA - Project Assistant #2020-2564 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Please note: Our practice is not to disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Alternative Titles:  Membership Coordinator, Member Services Coordinator, Membership Assistant, Association Coordinator, Senior Administrative Assistant. Staffing Advisors has been engaged to find the right candidate and is committed to helping create a diverse work environment for our client. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. IND123      
Job ID
2020-2564
Job Locations US-DC-Washington, DC
Director of Market Development - AFF As Director of Market Development for the American Forest Foundation (AFF), you will lead our efforts to develop markets for the forest values – carbon sequestration and storage, wildlife habitat, wildfire risk reduction, clean water, and others – that family forest owners produce through sustainable management of their woodlands. You will analyze markets, learn the needs of potential customers and partners, and work with our internal teams to develop the products, messaging, and materials which support and align with the interests of our stakeholders, championing initiatives to identify, develop, and secure access to ecosystem services markets for the impact products created by our on-the-ground conservation work. Your work will help AFF expand from a philanthropic model into impact-related funding from buyers who are interested in supporting specific lines of work.   Building on our 80-year legacy of family forest stewardship, AFF is entering a new phase of rapid innovation. In our trusted position at the center of the family forest network, and with the financial strength of $160 million in reserves, we’re developing and deploying sustainable business models that support forest owners as they address important environmental, social, and economic issues. The technology company we recently acquired has helped us significantly increase our ability to connect private landowners with educational and financial resources, technical experts, government agencies, and conservation organizations. We’re reinventing the carbon market for family landowners and we’re helping companies that source wood from family forests to do so sustainably. Our partners are some of the leading companies and financial institutions, the U.S. Forest Service, the Natural Resources Conservation Service, and conservation groups like The Nature Conservancy.   In your first year, you will gain familiarity with our existing lines of work: accelerating natural carbon sequestration and storage, enhancing biodiversity, reducing the risk of catastrophic wildfire, helping companies meet their sustainable wood fiber goals, ensuring the long-term sustainability of white oak forests, and enhancing community assets. You will take a deep dive into customer discovery and financial modeling (metrics, scale, pricing, etc.) for at least one of the lines of work – determining its feasibility and identifying the resource and capacity needs to operationalize the plan.   Reporting to the Vice President of Strategic Partnerships and supervising the Western and Southeast Regional Strategic Partnerships Managers, you will also work closely with the Director of Philanthropic Development, product owners, and other colleagues across the organization to ensure coordination with market development activities. As a team lead, you will provide opportunities for staff to upgrade their knowledge and skills related to market development and/or to identify gaps where additional hiring or training may be beneficial.    Organization Overview Family and individual landowners own the largest single chunk – 38% – of our nation’s forests (more than the federal government). These landowners also supply more than 50% of the wood used in all forest product supply chains. Solving some of the most urgent environmental and economic issues of today – cleaning our air, filtering our drinking water, sequestering carbon, creating wildlife habitat, reducing the risk of wildfires, increasing biodiversity, and supplying sustainable sources of wood – requires careful stewardship of our forests. Because individuals and families own 270 million acres of America’s forests, empowering family forest stewardship is an essential yet often overlooked piece of the forest puzzle. The American Forest Foundation is leading the way in empowering family forest landowners to tackle these urgent issues and achieve significant impact.   Responsibilities of the Director of Market Development - Increase, over time, the amount of impact-related revenue at AFF by increasing the acceptance and purchase of our impact products by various buyers in the marketplace and securing early-stage financial and/or concessionary capital to assist in product development and piloting efforts. - Establish and maintain a professional network of relationships, traveling frequently to meet with key existing and potential customers, investors, and donors. - Coordinate with the philanthropic development team to make sure that market development efforts are broadly consistent with, and ideally reinforcing, AFF’s philanthropic endeavors. - Organize and coordinate market development efforts with programmatic staff at AFF by hosting regular internal meetings to improve their understanding of impact-related funding (helping them migrate from a philanthropic approach to a more scalable and sustainable market-based approach to their work) and identifying and prioritizing resources for greatest impact. - Supervise the Regional Manager of Strategic Partnerships (Southeast Region) and the Regional Manager of Strategic Partnerships (Western Region) to appropriately prioritize and resource their activities. - Lead one or more product development initiatives that match AFF’s supply capacity with buyer demand and willingness to pay. Provide technical assistance to other product development teams, helping them identify hypotheses and develop and pilot scalable and sustainable business models that balance costs and revenue. Identify methods for obtaining relevant data from customers, investors, and donors to enable the refinement of business models over time.    Qualifications of the Director of Market Development - Bachelor’s degree and at least seven years of related experience piloting, scaling, and managing social impact products, including experience with program budgets and constructing and validating business and financial models. Master’s degree a plus. - Experience engaging customers, donors, investors, and program staff in the design of new programs and products. Experience working effectively with volunteers and staff in cross-functional teams. - Experience managing and coaching staff. - Proficiency in Microsoft Office, database applications, and cloud technology. - Ability and willingness to travel as needed, up to 40%.   Attributes of the Director of Market Development - Entrepreneurial. You love the challenge of creating new solutions and overcoming the obstacles along the way. You are a problem-solver, not satisfied with the status quo, always looking for ways to add value for customers and partners. - Collaborative. You thrive in a collaborative team environment and develop strong working relationships with colleagues throughout the organization. You are personable and flexible with the ability to work under pressure and adapt based on what is learned. - Diplomatic. You find common ground, manage a smooth process, and build consensus for workable solutions. You know how to take a stand and disagree without being disagreeable. - Leader. You have the proven ability to manage up and sideways and engage peers and supervisors, coaching and mentoring staff (either in-person or remotely). - Quick Learner. You can process complex information quickly and formulate theories of action based on that information. You don’t require complete information to make sound decisions. You are adaptable based on the new information that crosses your desk every day (or even every hour). - Project manager. You have excellent judgment in allocating resources, time, and energy to the most important projects. You plan, coordinate, and problem solve to manage multiple priorities, always delivering work ahead of schedule with minimal reminders. - Rapport builder. You have strong interpersonal skills with the ability to interact with a wide variety of constituencies, including colleagues, business and community leaders, partners, donors, board members, volunteers, public officials, and the public at large, in a wide variety of settings. - Self-motivated. Your entrepreneurial spirit is paired with an enthusiasm for self-directed work. You are a self-starter with strong initiative, tenacity, resilience, and high energy.   What’s Attractive to the Right Director of Market Development Candidate? - You’ll be doing the best and most important work of your career, creating the kind of legacy you can be proud of. Your success in this role is essential to our ability to deliver innovative, sustainable, forest-based solutions to urgent issues (such as climate change). - You will be activating family forest owners, who are currently overlooked by the conservation community as a potential solution to the challenges we face. Once they are activated at scale, the impact will be massive (for example, if we engage 20% of landowners by 2030, it’s possible to sequester 2 Gigatons of carbon). Similar impacts are possible in a range of other areas: enhancing biodiversity, reducing the risk of catastrophic wildfire, helping companies meet their sustainability goals, ensuring the long-term sustainability of white oak forests, and enhancing community assets. - The nature of your work will be complex, creative, innovative, and ever-changing. - Your colleagues are exceptionally talented and passionate individuals who are dedicated to their work and supportive of your work. - We offer a flexible work environment that respects your life outside of work. - AFF is financially sound and growing and offers a comprehensive and very competitive benefits package.   To Apply for the Director of Market Development position: Use the "Apply" button on this page, or simply email your resume to Ellen Greenwood at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “AFF – Director of Market Development #2020-2563 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Alternative titles: ESG Analyst, Sustainable Business, Climate Finance, Natural Capital, Environmental Investing, Climate Investment, Sustainability Partner, Sustainability Advisor   Please note: Our practice is not to disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Staffing Advisors has been engaged to find the right candidate and is committed to helping create a diverse work environment for our client. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history.  
Job ID
2020-2563
Job Locations US-DC-Washington, DC
Vice President of Communications - AFF   Solving some of the most urgent environmental and economic issues of today—cleaning our air, filtering our drinking water, sequestering carbon, creating wildlife habitat, reducing the risk of wildfires, increasing biodiversity, and supplying sustainable sources of wood—requires careful stewardship of our forests. Because individuals and families own 270 million acres of America’s forests (more than government and more than corporations), empowering family forest stewardship is an essential yet often overlooked piece of the forest puzzle. The American Forest Foundation (AFF) is leading the way in empowering family forest landowners to tackle these urgent issues and achieve significant impact.   Building on our 80-year legacy of family forest stewardship, AFF is entering a new phase of rapid innovation. In our trusted position at the center of the family forest network and with the financial strength of $160 million in reserves, we’re developing and deploying sustainable business models that support forest owners as they address these important environmental, social, and economic issues. The technology company we acquired has helped us significantly increase our ability to connect private landowners with nonprofits, technical experts, government agencies, and conservation organizations. We’re reinventing the carbon market for family landowners and we’re helping companies that source wood from family forests do so sustainably. Our partners are some of the leading companies and financial institutions, the U.S. Forest Service, Natural Resources Conservation Service, and conservation groups like The Nature Conservancy.   We view our Vice President (VP) of Communications as our chief interpreter of the AFF story, helping us develop and launch a portfolio of new products and services. You will raise our profile as a thought leader and trusted partner in achieving conservation impact and take the lead in developing a clear brand story that integrates our individually strong brands into a more cohesive brand strategy. By repositioning AFF, people will understand who we are and see the impact of our work, staff will become more effective in their individual communications with stakeholders, and we will be able to market our conservation impact to key audiences including funders and customers.   In this role, you will report to the EVP of External Affairs and Policy, supervise the Director of Communications and the Digital Communications Coordinator, and work closely with several experienced outside consultants and our PR firm. You will also have the benefit of working with a sophisticated board of directors with significant communications and PR expertise. We will look to you to provide clear, actionable tools to help our team communicate our mission. Through your coaching and training, our staff will be better equipped to tell our story and sell our products. Responsibilities of the Vice President of Communications In your first 60 days: - Using existing data and customer discovery information, as well as gathering your own, help shape the AFF brand story and strategy. - Identify a set of communications and marketing performance goals and systems to track and measure success, as well as systems to determine ROI for various pieces of work, both old and new. - Build a solid understanding of our key audiences and craft a communications and marketing strategy around at least one of our key conservation impact products. - Serve as a key strategic counselor and leader on public relations, communications, and marketing issues. Within a year: - Have a clear brand story and strategy in place, with adoption and use across AFF staff and governance. - Identify, define, and market the value of AFF brands, including AFF itself, and the American Tree Farm System to key audiences. - With a solid understanding of key audiences across AFF and AFF conservation work, develop and begin executing on a comprehensive strategy to support all of this work, both with positioning and thought leadership as well as direct product marketing. - Serve as AFF’s leader and expert on communications and marketing, across all communications vehicles.   Qualifications of the Vice President of Communications - Demonstrated ability to develop and implement both vision and strategy across multiple large functional areas/departments or significant programs. - Experience with innovative policy, education, and/or social marketing campaigns involving the promotion of ideas and values rather than products. - Prior experience in successful branding desired. - Exceptional writing and editing skills, with attention to clarity and details, for a variety of materials and audiences. - Excellent interpersonal skills, a collaborative style, and an ability to engage colleagues at all levels. - Experience in selecting and effectively managing budgets and outside firms/consultants. - Top-notch oral and presentation skills. - Demonstrated experience and leadership in managing comprehensive strategic communications, media relations, and marketing programs to advance an organization’s mission. - Ten years or more of related experience in the communications field, including significant leadership or management experience. Varied and broad experience is preferred over narrow specialization. - Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in communications, marketing, public relations, or related field; advanced degree preferred.   Attributes of the Vice President of Communications - Strategic thinker. You think strategically and translate big ideas into actions. You use your judgment to make and execute programmatic decisions, knowing which issues are best suited for a larger conversation with other stakeholders and/or colleagues. This is particularly relevant given the remote internal community AFF has built over the past few years. - Creative. You are full of new ideas and recommendations. You develop thoughtful messaging and are willing and able to move beyond traditional marketing approaches to create new and innovative ways to connect with target audiences. - Hands-on. You manage changing priorities without difficulty and do whatever it takes to get the job done. You always have your team’s back; you enjoy working hard and rolling up your sleeves with the team. - Effective program manager. You can multitask and manage multiple projects simultaneously, deftly bringing projects to completion. - Metrics-driven. You see the big picture, monitor your key performance metrics, and take the action necessary to bring about change. - Relationship builder. Your collaborative nature allows you to build consensus within any group. You are adept at understanding the issues and constraints groups face and have an intuitive sense of how to find common ground among stakeholders, zeroing in on priorities and possibilities. - Strong communicator. You have an exceptional ability to communicate with staff and stakeholder and build confidence at all levels. You can deliver critical and complex information to a variety of audiences in a credible and presentable way and can challenge and be challenged in intellectual debate. You can effectively represent and hold a position while openly exploring possibilities in a complex negotiation. - Builder. You are comfortable working through ambiguity and can operate with little structure, charting your own path when no rules exist. You have a head for triage and are confident and steadfast in a crisis or the face of uncertainty; you identify what needs to be done first, anticipate needs down the line, and carefully steward resources to create grand impact. - Respectful. You value different points of view and listen, digest, and synthesize information, even when you disagree. You work effectively with people at every level of the organization and every kind of background. You consistently treat customers, members, stakeholders, partners, and the board with dignity and respect. - Mission-driven. You are results-driven and service-oriented. You provide support for stakeholder needs, both internally and externally. You are relational with a purpose, willing to do anything to elevate the unheard messaging of members.   What’s Attractive to the Right Vice President of Communications Candidate? - Your work will be vital to our ability to deliver innovative, sustainable, natural climate solutions. Your work will create the kind of legacy you can be proud of. - The nature of your work will be complex, creative, innovative, and ever-changing. You’ll be doing the best, and most important, work of your career. - Your colleagues are exceptionally talented and passionate individuals who are dedicated to their work and supportive of your work. - We offer a flexible work environment that respects your life outside of work.   To Apply for the Vice President of Communications position: Use the "Apply" button on this page, or simply email your resume to Ellen Greenwood at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “AFF – VP of Communications #2019-2549 SA” as the subject of the email.   Please note: Our practice is not to disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.       Alternative Titles:  Vice President Communications and Branding, Vice President Communications and Marketing, Marketing and Brand Development, Thought Leadership. Staffing Advisors has been engaged to find the right candidate and is committed to helping create a diverse work environment for our client. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history.    
Job ID
2019-2549
Job Locations US-DC-Washington, D.C.
State Policy Director - ACEEE As Director for our State Energy Efficiency Policy Program, you will develop the strategy for our state policy work, focusing the efforts of a talented team (4 staff) on high-quality research projects and technical assistance to achieve desired advocacy outcomes. You will typically work intensively on 10-15 state priorities, determined by factors such as the political landscape, windows of opportunity in legislative and regulatory processes, funding availability, and the needs of local and regional partners. You will leverage and develop relationships with stakeholders across the states—including Regional Energy Efficiency Organizations, policymakers, regulators, state energy officials, advocates, businesses, NGOs, and others—to advocate for energy efficiency in various states while representing our organization externally as a nationally recognized expert on a range of topics.   Energy efficiency has been proven by many analyses to be the most cost-effective and fast-track way to address global climate change while lowering energy bills for households and businessesand creating jobs. Our state work such as the State Energy Efficiency Scorecard is highly cited by the media. In this role, you will develop and maintain expertise on a range of state energy efficiency policy and program best practices across the utilities, buildings, transportation, and industrial sectors. You will lead hiring, training, and planning for the program, overseeing the work of the state policy team. You will lead some research projects, such as on the role of efficiency in state clean energy policies, and will respond to technical assistance inquiries from interested parties and coordinate our response by team members.You will define priorities for state policy work, develop associated budgets and timelines for implementation, and develop new projects and fundraising for the program.   Working collaboratively with colleagues in our Utilities Program and across the organization, you will focus about 25 percent of your time on research and analysis, 25 percent on people and program management, and 50 percent providing technical assistance to state policymakers (writing and filing comments to public service commissions, governors’ offices, etc.), determining where we can add unique value to initiatives in each state.   Organization Overview A research-based nonprofit advocacy organization based in Washington, D.C., the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) believes that the United States can harness the full potential of energy efficiency to boost economic prosperity, improve health, and protect the environment for all its people. ACEEE is America’s leading center of expertise on energy efficiency. We actively participate in debates on energy policy, clean air, and climate change, and are nationally recognized for leadership in energizing energy efficiency policies for buildings, industry, transportation, appliance and equipment efficiency, and rural communities.   Our research and analysis are widely relied on by policymakers, business and industry decision-makers, consumers, media, and other energy professionals. We contributed provisions to all major federal energy legislation since the 1980s, provided guidance and support to federal agencies and white house administrations, and engaged on energy efficiency policies and programs in over three dozen states and numerous cities. Our research and partnerships have also helped launch over a dozen other organizations and campaigns.   Responsibilities of the State Policy Director Essential functions - Manage the state policy program including hiring and staff development, strategy development and implementation, research and policy planning, fundraising, and budgeting and grant reporting. - Work collaboratively with other program leads on research, policy, and communications strategies. - Complete and oversee complex research projects and publish research findings. - Provide technical assistance to state policy stakeholders on a range of policy topics across buildings, industry, and transportation sectors. - Proactively engage policymakers, energy efficiency advocates, and other stakeholders to develop energy efficiency policies and programs. - Represent ACEEE externally to media, stakeholders, funders, and the efficiency community as a recognized expert. Specific responsibilities of the job - Help define the strategic direction for state policy research, technical assistance, and outreach priorities; develop new projects and funding proposals. - Identify priority states for engagement and research needs to support our policy work. - Lead and manage research projects and contribute to others. Guide project teams to complete research projects of varying size and scope; ensure project deliverables are of high quality and stay on schedule and within budget. - Create written research reports, fact sheets, formal presentations, webinars, press interviews, online blogs, editorials, and others. - Provide technical assistance to state policy stakeholders on matters related to energy efficiency policy and research. Technical assistance can include the presentation of ACEEE research, writing memos, and submitting formal comments. You will need to balance time between ongoing research projects and technical assistance requests. - Oversee ACEEE’s state policy web presence. - Manage a small team of staff, overseeing the work plans, work products, and staff development of state policy team members. - Manage budgets and grant reporting and engage in fundraising efforts for the program.    Qualifications of the State Policy Director - An advanced degree in a relevant field such as public policy, energy, business, law, or environmental studies. - Demonstrated expertise in the field, with fifteen years of relevant work experience and some management experience. Experience with, or sound knowledge of, energy efficiency. - Experience as lead author or analyst of one or more peer-reviewed reports. - Demonstrated ability to successfully lead very complex projects or operations from start to finish, simultaneously working on several ongoing projects with competing deadlines. - Staff management, project development, coordination, and leadership experience. - Comfortable in external-facing role with policymakers, stakeholders, and funders. Excellent communication skills, both written and oral. - Demonstrated ability to collect and disseminate large amounts of data and information. - Demonstrated ability to mentor and manage staff. Ability to delegate and manage varied work plans. - Demonstrated ability to use Microsoft Office and conduct detailed analyses in Excel. - Live locally in the Washington, DC metro area. Ability to travel nationwide about once or twice per month.   Attributes of the State Policy Director - Self-starter. You work autonomously, knowing when to seek input, when to communicate, and when to ask permission. You are self-motivated and driven. - Politically astute. You are energized by different viewpoints and the give and take of the political process. You have good judgment, a thoughtful approach, and sensitivity to the challenges and constraints your stakeholders face. - Analytical. You have incisive analytical skills and the ability to make critical assessments. You can identify and frame problems and set priorities. - Leader and mentor. You are an effective supervisor and effectively lead a team of people toward a strategic vision. You mentor and guide your team and build their capabilities and professional development. - Project manager. You easily juggle multiple projects and tasks, allocate and optimize resources, reduce risks, manage timelines, and get the work done on time every time. - Effective communicator. You have excellent writing and oral presentation skills. You are clear and succinct, and you easily adjust to different communication settings and styles. - Rapport-builder. You value what each team member brings to the table. You know how to maintain relationships and get the work done. You earn trust by your actions, establish credibility, and faithfully keep your promises. - Organizationally agile. You value teamwork. You seek out and respect other viewpoints. You effectively work across organizations to build strong relationships. - Quick learner. You have a natural curiosity. You are hands-on, you ask questions, and you come up to speed quickly. You are adept with technology and what you don’t know you can easily learn.   What’s Attractive to the Right State Policy Director Candidate? - You will have the opportunity to run your own program and manage a team, while also engaging with colleagues in other program areas and externally to work on a range of issue areas. - We are well-established and have frameworks already in place for determining priorities and affecting change. - We are a mission-driven, collaborative, entrepreneurial organization that offers workplace flexibility and professional development. You will find your colleagues to be friendly and pleasant, and the work to be intellectually stimulating. - You will have the opportunity to work with an outstanding organization that provides information and advice to policymakers, the business community, and consumers, shaping programs and policies that address climate change, promote energy security, and enhance the economy. - ACEEE offers competitive compensation, based on qualifications and experience, with opportunities for career development. Benefits include ACEEE’s generous package of health, dental, vision, disability, and life insurance coverage; a 403(b)-retirement plan; transportation and bike share benefits; three weeks of vacation in the first year and four weeks thereafter.   To Apply for the State Policy Director position: Use the "Apply" button on this page, or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “ACEEE - State Policy Director #2020-2552 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Alternative Titles: Policy Director, Senior Energy Analyst, State Policy Manager.   Please note: Our practice is to not disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Staffing Advisors has been engaged to find the right candidate and is committed to helping create a diverse work environment for our client. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history.  
Job ID
2020-2552
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Grants Development Manager - SCAI   Cardiovascular diseases are the number one cause of death in the United States and around the world. The Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions (SCAI) is the primary professional association for invasive and interventional cardiologists and the leading provider of specialized educational opportunities on cardiovascular disease and treatment. In this newly created position as Grants Development Manager, you will play a key role in helping us keep up with ever-evolving advances in interventional therapies and the ability to educate our members.   Supporting the VP of Education, Publications & Quality and the VP of Industry & Global Partnerships, you will help identify and evaluate opportunities for new products and educational programming and will improve and manage our process for developing and tracking our grant submissions. Working with our members and corporate funders, it will be your role to turn ideas into written grant requests. Engaging members as appropriate for subject matter expertise, you will draft needs assessments, outline project goals, evaluate strategies to measure results, draft budgets, and determine the return on investment for SCAI and other stakeholders.   We have enjoyed year-over-year success in grants and expect to grow exponentially with an increased focus on grants management. We want you to bring fresh eyes to our process, suggest improvements to modernize our templates, and help us grow to the next level.   Organization Overview SCAI has experienced tremendous growth over the past 10 years and today represents more than 5,200 members across 80 countries. Interventional cardiology is a tremendously interesting, important, and constantly changing field where you will be working with world premiere experts. SCAI transforms life-saving innovation into life-saving action by providing cutting-edge, high-quality education for interventionalists and their teams.   In the United States, about 40,000 newborns are born with congenital heart defects every year. More than 2 million infants, children, adolescents, and adults are living with congenital heart defects. There are approximately 3 million cardiovascular interventions performed annually in individuals of all ages. Our mission is to lead the global interventional cardiovascular community through education, advocacy, research, and quality patient care. Focus areas for SCAI include establishing standards and guidelines for all aspects of cardiac catheterization and angiography, training, credentialing, safety, and quality assurance for cardiovascular procedures.   Responsibilities of the Grants Development Manager - Attend external calls with industry partners. - Conduct research for grants submissions. - Provide market and needs assessment research. - Draft grant proposals and budgets. - Draft curricula and learning objectives. - Lead capabilities presentations with funders. - Follow up on all grant submissions and track necessary metrics after implementation. - Ensure efficient and timely development of the proposals, programs, and associated derivative products. - Improve existing grants templates and processes to streamline workflows and improve quality.   Qualifications of the Grants Development Manager - Experience in a medical, clinical, or scientific organization; proficiency in understanding scientific content. Content production or research in the medical space is a plus. - Experience engaging in member discussions around new programs. Comfortable participating in discussions with funders and other stakeholders. - Experience managing multiple projects simultaneously and working with a team to set and enforce deadlines, track outcomes, and ensure on-time delivery every time. - Impeccable writing skills; ability to synthesize complex scientific information. - Experience conducting research for relevant project outcomes, such as citing previous examples of similar projects and other sources.   Attributes of the Grants Development Manager - Exceptional communicator. Your writing skills are impeccable. You deliver complex information to a variety of audiences in a credible and presentable way. You are articulate and persuasive and communicate in the manner most fitting for the audience. - Collaborative. You have a collaborative and inclusive work style; you are comfortable sharing both information and credit. You share information, coordinate effectively, and execute your responsibilities while working across teams. - Detail-oriented. Your impeccable work style sets the standard. You are meticulously attentive to details, get it right the first time, and accurately track all the moving parts. - Great listener. You are effective at actively listening to others to understand their needs. You confidently engage at all levels and across multiple stakeholder groups and are known for your poise, tact, and diplomacy. - Mission-driven. You are committed to providing the highest level of service to internal and external stakeholders while remaining aligned to the organization's mission. You are clear, tactful, diplomatic, and realistic about what’s possible. - Problem solver. You have excellent critical thinking skills, dive into the details, and know when and what questions to ask. You manage changing priorities without difficulty and get the job done. You do whatever it takes. - Project manager. You know how to schedule multiple projects. You effectively juggle multiple tasks, optimize resources, and manage timelines. You seek out relevant information, decide the appropriate steps, and facilitate to get the desired results. - Organized. You bring order to competing priorities and keep things clear, concise, and running smoothly. You efficiently track the necessary details and effectively disseminate information. You enjoy keeping multiple balls in the air as you drive a clear process. - Quick study. You are hands-on, you ask questions, and you come up to speed quickly. You establish credibility easily and are quickly seen as the go-to person.   What’s Attractive to the Right Grants Development Manager Candidate? - This is a highly visible, high-value position with enormous potential to impact SCAI’s growth. - SCAI is an exciting and busy environment where you will learn and grow your career. - Our staff are smart, collaborative, energetic, hard-working people who are committed to their work and delivering a solid work product. - You will work with a committed and caring volunteer base of cardiologists who enjoy getting into the details. - SCAI offices are in the heart of D.C. with access to train and metro. - We offer highly competitive compensation and benefits.   To Apply for the Grants Development Manager position: Use the "Apply" button on this page, or simply email your resume to Ellen Greenwood at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “SCAI – Grants Development Manager #2019-2551 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email. Alternate titles: Grants Manager, Programs Manager, Grants and Programs Manager, Grants Cycle Manager Please note: Our practice is to not disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input. Staffing Advisors has been engaged to find the right candidate and is committed to helping create a diverse work environment for our client. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history.  
Job ID
2019-2551
Job Locations US-DC-Washington, DC
Chief People Officer - AppleTree As Chief People Officer, you will report to the CEO, lead a team of four, and spearhead our people strategy, fostering a mission-driven culture of collaboration and excellence, developing systems and processes for talent management, and leading all HR functions. In this role, you will become a trusted advisor for staff, a strategic partner to the executive leadership team, and a champion for our culture.   As the CPO, we will look to you to tell us what we need to know and you will have a seat at the table when issues are decided. You will put systems in place to support our growth and strengthen our employee experience. You will lead our strategy to recruit, onboard, and retain top talent, while developing professional development opportunities so our people remain invested and grow with the organization.   You will lead our diversity and inclusion practices and initiatives, identify and implement a performance management system that supports our mission and culture, create development plans for high-performing team members, perform succession planning, and determine ways to reward team members for their contributions. You will determine what is important to staff and work with the executive leadership team to foster our culture and ensure equity across all teams. As we continue to grow, you will continue to evaluate the structure of our organization to determine whether current roles and responsibilities are designed for future success.   Organization Overview AppleTree is an innovative D.C.-based nonprofit enterprise that consists of AppleTree Institute for Education Innovation and AppleTree Early Learning Public Charter Schools.  AppleTree develops and provides proven early childhood education programs to the most underserved three- and four-year-olds to close the achievement gap before students enter kindergarten. AppleTree consists of three related divisions: - Research and development. Our research institute conducts research into early-childhood education, including assessing the impact of early education on a child’s later social and academic performance. The institute also developed and continues to refine AppleTree’s ground-breaking, evidence-based instructional approach, Every Child Ready (ECR). - Charter operation and management. AppleTree operates or manages nine popular and highly rated preschools in Washington, D.C., serving almost 1,300 three- and four-year-olds in grades pre-K3 and pre-K4. All of those schools use ECR as their core instructional program. Five of those schools are operated by AppleTree under its own charter (AppleTree Early Learning Public Charter Schools). AppleTree manages the early education programs for another four charter schools under those schools’ charters (AppleTree@ schools). AppleTree expects to open another two charter schools in Washington, D.C. in August 2020. - Partner schools. AppleTree provides curriculum, professional learning, assessments, tools, and advisory services to a growing number of community-based organizations and preschools, including non-AppleTree schools in Washington, D.C., New York City, and Fort Worth, Texas. AppleTree expects this part of the enterprise to be a major focus of growth over the next several years.   Responsibilities of the Chief People Officer Foster a mission-driven culture of collaboration and excellence - Create and maintain a culture of collaboration, teamwork, accountability, and innovation across all divisions of AppleTree. Support school leaders in maintaining a strong campus culture. - Oversee AppleTree’s efforts to embed diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) into organizational practices and culture. - Develop and implement systems to track and improve staff engagement, gathering and acting upon employee feedback in a timely manner. Develop and implement the strategy and systems needed to recruit and retain top talent - Create a multi-year talent strategy to support AppleTree’s growth. - Oversee the design and implementation of equitable systems and guidelines for promotions, transfers, title changes, compensation, onboarding, etc. - Optimize recruiting, interviewing, and candidate evaluation processes. - Establish and lead training for comprehensive onboarding and new hire support. Implement professional development programs and training that maximize team performance and morale - Develop and implement a values-aligned performance management system that maximizes staff performance and morale. - Develop and codify AppleTree’s approach to leadership development and training, including systems, processes, and programs to support these initiatives. - Coach and mentor executives and senior managers to effectively use the full range of AppleTree’s HR tools (e.g., performance management, compensation, training and development, mentoring/coaching resources).   Qualifications of the Chief People Officer - Experience leading all facets of human resources, including employee engagement and retention, organizational design, performance management, human capital and talent development (recruiting/onboarding), professional development (coaching/training and succession planning), and compensation and benefits. A track record of creating and implementing systems that support, engage, and retain talented employees. - A demonstrated commitment to leading a diverse organization using equitable practices. - A deep commitment to educational equity and experience working with nonprofits. - Humility and the desire to understand and foster AppleTree’s unique culture (innovative, nimble, mission-driven).   Attributes of the Chief People Officer - Builder. You are a builder with a can-do attitude. You build from the ground up, keeping an eye on the bigger picture as you navigate and innovate through challenges with a sense of fortitude. You figure out what needs to happen to get things done. - Curious. You have a curious mind that constantly challenges why things are done in a certain way, follows through with smart and creative solutions, and provides alternatives. - Flexible. You adjust to changing priorities and operate effectively in an ever-changing environment. You smoothly manage through ambiguity, shift gears, reprioritize, and stay focused on key priorities. - Mission-driven. You care profoundly about serving people and possess a personal commitment to your organization’s beliefs and mission. You understand the big picture, get what matters to the communities you serve, and are committed to providing the highest level of service to internal and external stakeholders. - Proactive. You balance long-term goals and short-term priorities with a strong bias for action. You have experience identifying obstacles within an organization and leveraging leadership and experience to harness the people and systems needed to overcome them. - Relationship builder. You share your insights, seek out other opinions, and listen to the needs and concerns of others. You build trust and buy-in and dedicate time to building successful and effective relationships. - Team player. You thrive in a team environment yet work well independently. You carry your weight on the team, learning from others and contributing in equal measure. - Thoughtful. You are thoughtful in your approach. You demonstrate excellent judgment and are a model of tact and discretion. You are sensitive to the challenges, goals, and varying needs of all stakeholders.   What’s Attractive to the Right Chief People Officer Candidate? - Your work will ensure children have the strong academic and social skills needed to thrive in school and life. Our mission is to close the achievement gap before students enter kindergarten by providing them with social, emotional, and academic skills. - This role is a high priority role for the organization. You will be working with smart, committed colleagues who are invested in this position and eager for your input. - We have a strong foundation in place with relatively smooth HR practices. This is an opportunity to go one step further in being proactive – to do right for our people. You will have autonomy in the role to determine the best ways to nurture our culture. - This is an exciting time to join us as we are in a period of rapid growth, with two new schools opening next year and further growth projected for the next five years. You will have the opportunity to be innovative and make a huge impact on our future. - AppleTree holds a unique space in the early childhood education space. In this role, you will have the opportunity to work collaboratively across the organization with schools, the institute, researchers, and partner organizations.   To Apply for the Chief People Officer position: Use the "Apply" button on this page, or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “AppleTree – Chief People Officer #2020-2555 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Alternative Titles:  Chief Human Resources Officer, CHRO, VP of Human Resources, Senior Director of Human Resources   Please note: Our practice is not to disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Staffing Advisors has been engaged to find the right candidate and is committed to helping create a diverse work environment for our client. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. IND123
Job ID
2020-2555
Job Locations US-MD-Olney
Project Support Coordinator (work remotely from home) As our Project Support Coordinator, you will support our engagement team by drafting and proofing correspondence and documents, coordinating meetings with clients, prioritizing and managing a diverse flow of work, and communicating with internal and external stakeholders. Your success will be determined by your ability to manage projects, write well, and anticipate the needs of other people.   You will spend about two-thirds of your time on project support, marketing support, and other operations functions, and about a third of your time supporting the strategic sourcing team. You will attend client calls and lead reference calls, take notes, document and store action items, and format documents. With your keen eye for detail and your exceptional editing skills, you will ensure that our brand is well represented to our clients and candidates in marketing materials, job advertising, and client deliverables. Your role has a significant impact on our team’s ability to collaborate in real time and uphold our promise to clients to deliver flawless service every time.   About Staffing Advisors Staffing Advisors is an executive search firm with a unique business model. We’re 100 percent virtual – all our employees work from home (the average tenure of our staff is 10 years). We help our clients create diverse, inclusive, high-performing teams. In the past 12 years, we’ve completed over 800 executive searches in every functional area and at every career level, primarily for associations and other nonprofit organizations in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area. Our Results-Based Hiring® Process builds upon years of research on what elements of the hiring process predict success on the job. We have the privilege of working with some of Washington D.C.’s most prestigious organizations. Our unique approach to executive search generates intense customer loyalty—most of our clients use us exclusively for their search needs, more than 80 percent of our work is with clients who have engaged us three or more times, and dozens of clients have engaged us ten or more times.   You will primarily work from your home office but will be in constant communication with our team through our suite of online cloud-based tools. In executive search, clients want results quickly, so we embrace technology to continuously improve our productivity and to help us deliver better service even faster. In designing our internal processes, we prioritize transparency and operational efficiencies, continuously seeking ways to deliver a thoughtful, highly customized experience for our clients with fast, efficient, standardized internal practices behind the scenes. We design our processes to leverage advanced tools and technology so everyone can be effective in their work. Core Responsibilities of the Project Support Coordinator - Project support: Support active searches, communicating directly with candidates and clients, gathering research and needed information, scheduling client appointments, and more. Listen to client calls and internal calls and take notes; outline next steps and action items for internal notes and client follow-up emails. - Document development: Draft documents using predefined templates including PowerPoint presentations, Excel project schedules, Word position overviews and search briefings, Outlook email correspondence, and internal notes in various formats. Write the first draft of job descriptions, interview questions, marketing messaging, and other client deliverables. - Manage workflows: Capture and synthesize key ideas and track action items. Keep others informed and up to date on timelines and deadlines. - Reference checks: Initiate calls with our candidates’ employment references and record their responses so that our clients’ questions are fully answered. - Proofreading: Review and edit drafts of all marketing and client documents, ensuring that the language and formatting are error-free and professional. - Research support: Support our strategic sourcing team by researching potential candidates, performing quality checks, and uploading information into our database. - Marketing support: Assist with formatting the monthly e-newsletter and updating marketing materials as needed. Qualifications and Attributes of the Project Support Coordinator - You are highly organized and comfortable with tight deadlines, but receptive to changing priorities. You look to the future and plan ahead so everything gets done on time. You are great with process and receptive to new ideas and new ways of doing work. - You have superb writing and editing skills, and you make sure documents are written and formatted in a way that is presentable, polished, and professional. - You have fast keyboarding skills and the ability to capture the highlights of a conversation in real time. Ideally, you can lead a reference conversation while simultaneously taking notes. (Our team members often huddle for a quick virtual meeting full of action items and you will be part of that fast-paced environment.) - You are technologically savvy and any software you don’t know, you can easily learn. (We will provide you with a laptop and dual monitors; we work with a constantly evolving set of tools for document production collaboration (MS Teams, Google Suite), customer relationship management (HubSpot), applicant tracking (iCIMS), and file sharing). - You have a quiet workspace at home, free from barking dogs and other interruptions during normal work hours. - You are comfortable on the phone, either as a silent listener or an active participant. You engage confidently and professionally with people at all levels of an organization from assistant to CEO. - You have meticulous attention to detail—you always spot the typo, the grammar error, the formatting inconsistency, and the incorrect calculation in Excel. - You are service-oriented and collaborative. You are clear about what others can expect from you. Your previous bosses rave about how much they could depend on you. - You are authentic, sincere in your communications, impeccable with your word, and consistent with your follow-through. You are comfortable working in a team-oriented, transparent environment where all your hard work is visible to others. What is Attractive to the Right Candidate? - You will play an important role in making our entire team productive and our searches successful. - You’ll be joining a team of professionals who care deeply about providing a great experience for our clients and candidates. We collaborate as a team and are always looking for ways to improve our process; your contributions will be valued. We know our success is a team effort and all our positions are equally important. - Our clients are often launching important national initiatives in service to others. Our candidates are the current and future leaders of this important work. It is a privilege to be part of their success. You’ll have the satisfaction of helping our candidates find meaningful work and helping our clients build high-performing teams. - Although we work at a fast pace there is time in the day to get it all done, and when there isn’t, we’re great at prioritizing and sharing work with each other. While you will have lots of deadlines, you’ll have control over your day and support when you need it. - You will enjoy a remarkable quality of life, working from home during normal business hours with only the rare need to check email on nights or weekends. You will be able to adjust your work schedule to fit your life but will need to be available for conference calls throughout the day.   To Apply for the Project Support Coordinator position Use the "Apply" button on this page, or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with "SA – Project Support Coordinator #2020-2565 SA" in the subject line of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email. Even though you will be working from home, we are only considering candidates who can work normal business hours and live near the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.   Staffing Advisors is committed to helping create a diverse work environment. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history.   Please note: Our practice is not to disclose the salary ranges we would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.    
Job ID
2020-2565
Job Locations US-MD-Olney
Executive Search Consultant (work remotely from home)   Staffing Advisors helps organizations create diverse, inclusive, high-performing teams. We’ve earned a reputation for effectiveness—being faster, more certain, and less expensive than other retained executive search firms.   Working here, you will forge trusting long-term relationships with clients and candidates, regularly meeting our local clients onsite to understand their business needs, and interviewing candidates on the phone to understand their skills and career aspirations.   In this role, you will be supported by a highly skilled candidate sourcing team who identify and contact potential candidates. Our sourcing team leverages an array of advanced software tools enabling them to contact hundreds of potential candidates within the first few days of each search. Our candidate research process is designed to increase diversity and reduce bias (following the principles of market research) so when you are advising your clients on job market conditions, it will be a data-driven analysis, not just an opinion.    You will also be supported by a talented team of colleagues who will help you schedule candidate interviews and produce client deliverables—market intelligence reports, candidate dashboards, client interview guides, and other decision-support tools. Our team of experts approach allows you to focus your attention on evaluating candidates and supporting your clients with their hiring decisions.    You will be joining an experienced team that has successfully completed more than 800 searches for Washington D.C.-based organizations in the past 12 years. We are experts in the D.C. job market and leaders in some market segments, having completed over 400 searches for Washington D.C.-based associations, and last year, placing more association leaders than the next two search firms combined.   The average tenure of our staff is 10 years and we approach our client partnerships with a similar long-term perspective (reflected in our industry-leading 18-month replacement guarantee). As a result, more than 80 percent of our work is with organizations that have chosen to engage us 3 or more times. You will build your client portfolio based upon referral and repeat business. Nobody in our organization works on commission and nobody needs to make cold calls to attract new clients.   Key Competencies and Requirements of the Executive Search Consultant We believe success in this role requires the following: Consulting / Client Management Experience - Prior experience delivering a professional service in a business-to-business setting, driving successful business outcomes, and working within customer constraints. Experience interviewing candidates at various career levels strongly preferred. - Experience influencing decision-makers with concrete, logical, data-driven conversations. - Ability to build enduring professional relationships based on trust, candor, and full transparency. - A consulting mindset. You need to be able to understand varying motivations and reconcile the needs of various stakeholders and the drivers of organizational behavior. You’ll need flexible thinking to understand and solve an endlessly varying mix of people, process, and business issues. - Ability to understand complex business issues, learning what drives revenue, what creates risk, and what drives organizational behavior and shapes interpersonal dynamics. Knowing the reality of our clients’ work enables us to evaluate how candidates will thrive in their work environments. - Ability to absorb new information quickly, synthesize it, distill it down to the most important elements, and communicate it. - Experience working with an existing and proven process, taking ownership of outcomes, and taking initiative, but effective at delegating to and coordinating with colleagues. Knowing when to leverage what already works and when to suggest improvements that might benefit everyone. - Experience providing decision support for others, gathering data, and developing logical arguments and decision frameworks to help other people understand their options. - Ability to “read the room” and “read the situation” knowing when to talk, when to listen, when to make the case for something, when to hold back, and how to lead the conversation to a productive conclusion.   Budget Experience  - An understanding of how return on investment and budget decisions are really made in the C-suite. - Careful stewardship of our resources. We have a sophisticated job costing and project management system to keep all our searches on time and on budget with no surprises.      Comfort with Technology - You’ll have a laptop and dual monitors with the latest technology and outstanding tech support. We work with a constantly evolving set of tools for document production collaboration (MS Teams, Google Suite), file sharing, customer relationship management (HubSpot), and applicant tracking (iCIMS).   Accessible to D.C. - Our clients are mostly located in the D.C. metropolitan area. You’ll need a quiet workplace, free from external noise and distraction, and reliable transportation to be able to attend meetings, often on just a day or two’s notice, in Maryland, Virginia, and D.C. Attributes of the Executive Search Consultant - You are confident, engaging, and persuasive. You possess the stature, confidence, and gravitas that builds credibility and respect internally and externally. You are able to deliver hard news and speak truth to power. - Forward thinking. You anticipate future needs and notice changes in the external landscape. You are deft at analyzing the potential advantages and risks of new opportunities. You are willing to challenge the status quo, comfortable with ambiguity and uncertainty, and know when to gather more information and when to take committed action. - Data-driven and results-focused. You are an active learner, open to new knowledge and ideas. You are naturally curious, unafraid to acknowledge your mistakes and open to new input. You believe in transparency and shared goals. - Active listener. You are adaptable and approachable, with the ability to listen to others and work with them to create viable solutions. You demonstrate respect, kindness, and humility in your words and actions. You are fair and inclusive of all viewpoints. You are open to receiving, and capable of offering, constructive feedback. - Authentic. You are sincere in your communications, impeccable with your word, and consistent with your follow through. You unfailingly consider the needs of others in your work, ensuring your work supports their goals. You are perceived as an “honest broker.” - Skilled communicator. Your communication is clear and direct. You easily adjust your message to your audience and have exceptional written, oral, interpersonal, and presentation skills. You add value by making connections between people and ideas, understanding, documenting, distilling, and synthesizing key points. - Collaborative workstyle. Your workstyle supports and complements the efforts of others. You listen well and are adept at convening groups, lowering barriers, building consensus, and finding common ground and agreement on the path forward.   What’s Attractive to the Right Executive Search Consultant Candidate? - Our clients are often launching important national initiatives in service to others. Our candidates are the current and future leaders of this important work. It is a privilege to be part of their success. You’ll have the satisfaction of helping our candidates find meaningful work and helping our clients build high-performing teams with significant national impact. - You will help our clients with their most complex business issues. You will need to think deeply about what drives revenue, what creates risk, and what shapes organizational behavior. You will constantly be learning about how the nature of work is changing in every functional area and how internal and external dynamics impact success; through it all, you will help clients and candidates navigate a wise path forward. You’ll develop real expertise in determining the factors that allow candidates to thrive in differing work environments and how people can successfully adapt to constraints and challenges. - We’ve developed a hiring process that enables you to be consistently successful, on every search, regardless of circumstances. You’ll be well supported by colleagues who encourage you to do the best work of your career and proud of the outcomes you help client organizations achieve. - Every day you will be inspired by the professionals who work in Washington D.C.’s most prestigious and elite organizations and you will interact with clients and candidates who are at the very pinnacle of their careers. - You will enjoy a remarkable quality of life—rarely sitting in traffic, usually making your own schedule, and primarily working from home, traveling to client sites in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area only 3 or 4 times per month, with only the occasional need to work nights or on weekends. Overnight travel is not required.   To Apply for the Executive Search Consultant position: Use the "Apply" button on this page, or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “SA - Search Consultant #2020-2561 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Please note: Our practice is not to disclose salary ranges we would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.  Staffing Advisors is committed to creating diverse, inclusive work environments. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history.  
Job ID
2020-2561
Job Locations US-DC-Washington, D.C.
Senior Researcher, Transportation Program   As Senior Researcher for the Transportation Program, you will research and develop policy to reduce energy consumption and environmental impacts of transportation, evaluating the energy and greenhouse gas impacts of specific policies and vehicle technologies. This is a central strategy for the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) in achieving multiple benefits in the transportation sector including emissions reductions, economic gains, and improved health and equity.    The transportation sector consumes approximately 28 percent of all end-use energy in the United States. Despite major advances in vehicle technology and steady gains in average fuel economy over the past 15 years, a dramatic increase in the rate of progress is achievable and essential to achieve key environmental goals in the coming decades. The primary focus of this position is saving energy and reducing GHG emissions through advances in vehicle technology, including electrification and automation, for both passenger and freight vehicles.   In collaboration with many partners, ACEEE provides the technical groundwork and advocacy to advance fuel economy standards and related policies. In the Senior Researcher role, you will conduct in-depth analyses to better understand the opportunities for gains in vehicle energy efficiency from both the technological and the policy perspectives. You will develop models, write research reports, and work with colleagues, both internal and in other organizations. Your success will flow from your ability to stay focused on your key research projects while remaining flexible to tackle new opportunities as they arise, helping and mentoring other researchers with their projects, shaping the research strategy and future of the program for this area of work.   ACEEE’s Transportation Program covers a range of topics across vehicles and systems.  The program is engaged in development and review of policies at the federal, state and local levels to improve the efficiency and reduce emissions of passenger and freight transport.  We conduct research to explore potential energy savings of new technologies and strategies.  We produce environmental ratings of new cars and light trucks each model year for our website GreenerCars.org. The Senior Researcher will have opportunities to contribute to work in these areas as well.   Organization Overview A national nonprofit research organization based in Washington, D.C., ACEEE believes that the United States can harness the full potential of energy efficiency to boost economic prosperity, improve health, and protect the environment for all its people. ACEEE is America’s leading center of expertise on energy efficiency, actively contributing to debates on energy policy, clean air, and climate change. We are nationally recognized for leadership in promoting energy efficiency policies.   Our research and analysis are widely relied on by policymakers, business and industry decision-makers, consumers, media, and other energy professionals. We have contributed provisions to all major federal energy legislation since the 1980s, provided guidance and support to federal agencies and presidential administrations, and engaged on energy efficiency policies and programs in over three dozen states and numerous cities. Our research and partnerships have also helped launch over a dozen other organizations and campaigns   Responsibilities of the Senior Researcher, Transportation Program - Research advanced light- and heavy-duty vehicle technologies, including electrification and automation, to determine potential to reduce energy consumption and environmental impacts. Conceptualize, design, and execute research projects. - Manage and prepare high-quality, complex reports and other publications while setting and keeping to timelines and budgets. - Model benefits of implementing technologies and policies to improve vehicle efficiency; design and advocate such policies. - Analyze trends in vehicle technology, purchasing behavior, and driving behavior. - Engage policymakers, regulators, industry, and public interest groups in actions to advance vehicle efficiency. Represent ACEEE externally to a variety of stakeholders and the media as a recognized expert. - Provide technical assistance to outside partners on a variety of vehicle-related topics. - Develop estimates of greenhouse gas emissions from the transportation sector under various scenarios. - Work with colleagues across ACEEE programs in leading and supporting roles to carry out research, develop and advocate policies, and accomplish internal strategic and organizational objectives.   Qualifications of the Senior Researcher, Transportation Program - Advanced degree in a relevant field; mechanical or civil engineering, physical science, or environmental policy degree preferred. - Demonstrated expertise related to transportation and environment issues with at least eight years of relevant work experience. - Multiple peer-reviewed publications. - Experience working on policy issues with stakeholder involvement. - Excellent technical, analytical, writing, and communications skills, and demonstrated ability to work independently. - Knowledge of environmental science, as well as energy, environmental, and transportation policy, is desirable. - Ability to lead a team of staff and collaborate with other teams. - Capable of engaging with a broad range of external stakeholders. - Ability to work on several simultaneous projects with competing deadlines. - Demonstrated ability to produce high quality research and to work independently.   Attributes of the Senior Researcher, Transportation Program - Collegial. You thrive as both a self-guided researcher and a team contributor. You are approachable and responsive, and you build trust through your actions. - Curious. You like to learn new things and have a natural curiosity, keeping up to date with current sector news and research. - Effective communicator. Articulate and thoughtful, you are a superb writer, thinker, and listener. You effectively deliver complex information to a variety of audiences. - Flexible. You adjust to changing priorities and operate effectively in an ever-changing environment. You understand the big picture and seize opportunities as they arise. - Mentor. Your communication skills provide you with the ability to train and mentor others. You enjoy coaching, mentoring, and developing staff at all professional levels. - Organizationally agile. You value teamwork. You seek out and respect other viewpoints. You effectively work across agencies and organizations to build strong relationships. - Quick learner. You are hands-on, you ask questions, and you come up to speed quickly. You are adept with technology and what you don’t know you can easily learn. - Researcher. You creatively and thoroughly design, plan, and lead research and evaluation studies. You are analytical and able to structure analysis to enhance the value of our research and the products we provide. Your research methods are rigorous, dynamic, and up to date. You utilize a variety of methods and tools to obtain your findings.   What’s Attractive to the Right Senior Researcher, Transportation Program Candidate? - In this role, you will have a high degree of autonomy to shape the research strategy and future of the program for this area of work, thinking creatively about the best way to continue ACEEE’s achievements while inventing the path forward. You will have the ability to focus on your research projects without a lot of last-minute crises and distractions. - This is an exciting time to be in the transportation energy space, as the sector is changing rapidly. We are well-positioned to shape outcomes and take advantage of emerging opportunities. - We are a mission-driven, collaborative, entrepreneurial organization that offers workplace flexibility and professional development. You will find your colleagues to be friendly and dedicated, and the work to be intellectually stimulating. - You will have the opportunity to work with an outstanding organization that provides information and advice to policymakers, the business community, and consumers, shaping programs and policies that protect the environment, promote energy security, and enhance the economy. - ACEEE offers competitive compensation, based on qualifications and experience, with opportunities for career development. Benefits include ACEEE’s generous package of health, dental, vision, disability, and life insurance coverage; a 403(b)-retirement plan; transportation and bike share benefits; three weeks of vacation in the first year and four weeks thereafter.   To Apply for the position of Senior Researcher, Transportation Program: Use the "Apply" button on this page, or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “ACEEE –Transportation #2020-2553 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Please note: Our practice is not to disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Staffing Advisors has been engaged to find the right candidate and is committed to helping create a diverse work environment for our client. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history.  
Job ID
2020-2553
Job Locations US-MD-Rockville
Director of Quality Improvement - ASAM   The Director of Quality Improvement will work to accelerate the American Society of Addiction Medicine’s (ASAM) efforts to transform America's addiction treatment infrastructure, expanding access to research-validated, results-based care. Effective treatments for addiction exist but they are highly underutilized and often implemented in non-evidence based ways. Training, education, and standards are the key to success, and ASAM is at the forefront of that work. In this role, you will work collaboratively with ASAM leadership, ASAM’s Board and Committees, as well as with national stakeholders, healthcare organizations, and state health officials who are working to reform the addiction treatment system.   Reporting to the Chief Quality and Science Officer and managing a team of three, you will oversee publications, clinical guideline development, the implementation of the ASAM Level of Care certification program (in partnership with CARF International), and the licensing, copyright, and permission process for The ASAM Criteria®. ASAM’s growth and the growth in adoption of The ASAM Criteria has been rapid. In consultation with ASAM leadership and expert committees, you will develop and implement strategies to support comprehensive and effective implementation of The ASAM Criteria standards across the healthcare system. You will also help to develop strategies to protect the ASAM Criteria brand to ensure that when patients and families see the brand it is equated with high quality, evidence-based care. We also anticipate you will oversee the development of 2 new or updated clinical guidelines during the next year.   This is an exciting time to join us as we launched the ASAM Level of Care certification program last summer. This certification will be the first program of its kind to independently assess and verify treatment programs’ ability to deliver care following the standards in The ASAM Criteria for a specific level of care. Policy makers, healthcare systems, and payers can use this information to support effective implementation of The ASAM Criteria standards, to support access to the full continuum of care for addiction, to reduce prior authorization requirements, structure reimbursement models, or create centers of excellence for addiction treatment, driving improvements in the quality of addiction treatment.   Organization Overview ASAM is a fast-growing professional medical society representing over 6,300 physicians, clinicians, and associated professionals who are leading the movement to transform America's addiction treatment infrastructure and expand access to research-validated, results-based care in the field of addiction medicine. This is an important time to be joining ASAM. Landmark legislation, H. R. 6, the SUPPORT for Patients and Communities Act, now provides significant resources in support of opioid use disorder prevention, recovery, and treatment. This funding allows communities to dramatically expand patient access to high quality, evidence-based, comprehensive care.   Responsibilities of the Director of Quality Improvement - Oversee ASAM publication development – books, clinical guidelines, pocket guides, etc. This will involve oversight of project managers’ work with expert committees and contractors. - Oversee the ASAM Level of Care certification program (in partnership with CARF International). This will involve oversight of project managers’ work with expert committees, CARF, and contractors. - Oversee ASAM’s copyright and permissions process for The ASAM Criteria. - Manage relationships with states to support their efforts to implement The ASAM Criteria. - Encourage adoption of ASAM endorsed tools and resources to support effective adoption (e.g. ASAM Level of Care Certification, ASAM Criteria Training, ASAM CONTINUUM, etc.) - Manage the permissions process for public entities that wish to reference the ASAM Criteria in ways that go beyond our Fair Use Guidelines and address ad-hoc issues and unique use-cases that emerge. - Negotiate highly sensitive public entity permission agreements in partnership with ASAM leadership and interface with outside counsel as needed to address intractable infringing parties. - Work with ASAM’s board and committees to: - Define a framework for endorsing The ASAM Criteria trainers and training programs. - Develop a training program to help prepare treatment program for ASAM Level of Care Certification and a faculty development strategy for this training program. - Work with ASAM leadership to build strategies for pushing the field towards more effective implementation of The ASAM Criteria. - Oversee negotiations with payers and managed care organizations to use The ASAM Criteria in utilization review. - Work with ASAM leadership and ASAM board/committees to develop and implement strategic priorities to support quality improvement, including clinical quality measurement, in the addiction treatment system. - Represent ASAM in discussions with major stakeholders and internal leadership using your clinical and industry expertise to manage the strategic and technical implications of these efforts.   Qualifications of the Director of Quality Improvement - Master’s in public health or behavioral health related field preferred, plus 5 years of experience (or bachelors plus 7 years). - Supervisory experience. - Knowledge of addiction treatment (or behavioral health field). - Experience with strategic planning and oversight. - Experience working with expert committees (experience with clinical guideline development a plus). - Understanding of intellectual property licensing a plus.   Attributes of the Director of Quality Improvement - Results-driven focus. You smoothly manage through ambiguity and easily shift gears, reprioritize, and stay focused on outcomes. You consistently achieve results, even under tough circumstances. - Project manager. You allocate and optimize resources, assign responsibility, manage timelines, reduce risks, and get the project done. - Team builder. Your commitment to working as both a leader and team player contributes to a positive team spirit and motivates others to action. You build strong teams that apply their diverse skills and perspectives to achieve common goals. - Problem solver. You understand the big picture and easily recognize challenges before they occur. You make sense of complex, and sometimes contradictory, information to effectively solve problems. - Collaborative approach. You work cooperatively, seeking to understand concerns and realistically manage expectations. You find common ground and build consensus for workable solutions. You know how to take a stand and disagree without being disagreeable. - Respectful. You are approachable and responsive. Stakeholders appreciate your knowledge and your ability to communicate in a clear manner.   What’s Attractive to the Right Director of Quality Improvement Candidate? - ASAM’s work is helping millions of patients, families, and communities impacted by addiction. Thanks to new funding, our work will continue to help address this vast national crisis. - We enjoy a strong organization culture, living by our values of open collaboration, trust, courage, and connectedness. We are proud to have earned the Sloan Award for Excellence in Workplace Effectiveness and Flexibility. - We offer competitive compensation and benefits that include generous paid vacation and sick leave, transportation reimbursement, health insurance, flex savings accounts, retirement contribution, tuition reimbursement, and more.   To Apply for the Director of Quality Improvement position: Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “ASAM – Director of Quality Improvement #2020-2562 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Please note: Our practice is not to disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Alternative Titles:  Director, Research and Quality, Director of Quality Initiatives, Clinical Quality Projects Manager, Healthcare Quality Manager, Director of Quality Initiatives, Director, Quality Improvement Solutions. Staffing Advisors has been engaged to find the right candidate and is committed to helping create a diverse work environment for our client. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history.    
Job ID
2020-2562
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Membership and Database Manager - SCAI   Located in Washington, D.C., the Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions (SCAI) is the leading voice for interventional cardiology. SCAI is a 4,300-member professional organization representing invasive and interventional cardiologists in approximately 70 countries. SCAI's mission is to promote excellence in invasive/interventional cardiovascular medicine through physician and allied health professional education and representation, and advancement of quality standards to enhance patient care.   As our Membership and Database Manager, you will play a crucial part in helping us grow our membership. You will have interaction with current members, including physicians and healthcare professionals, as well as prospective members. Reporting to the Vice President, Membership, Marketing and Communications, you will work closely with our membership and marketing teams and will have firsthand knowledge of what is new and exciting at SCAI. Your ability to understand data and provide analysis and recommendations will be valued and vital to our marketing efforts.   We want you to take ownership of our database, be the go-to information expert, and ensure that information is accurate and up to date. You will put processes into place so that reports can be run routinely and information provided to members with little effort. We have just transitioned to a new AMS and you will be part of the bedding in process.  You will manage our Membership Coordinator and act as a mentor and support them to develop.   This is a mission critical role which will help us meet and exceed our goals for growth. The right person for this job is a highly detail-oriented team player who enjoys analyzing data and applying best practices to recruit and retain members.   Responsibilities of the Membership and Database Manager - Manage the SCAI membership and prospect database; input, process, and track all membership applications and renewal activities. - Manage the credentials process, FSCAI applications, and MSCAI nominations in collaboration with the credentials committee. - Initiate new tactics and best practices to identify, recruit, and retain prospective members. - Administer an annual membership survey (and possibly others throughout the year), presenting a summary of findings to staff and leadership as requested. - Serve as a staff liaison to the Credentials Committee, Membership Committee, and Fellows-In Training program. - Provide monthly and yearly statistical reports and ad-hoc reports to leadership and staff. - Coordinate and manage the annual new member induction ceremony. - Manage all logistics for and represent SCAI exhibiting at national medical meetings for membership recruitment. - Identify and track a list of interventional cardiology training program directors and communicate with them to recruit fellows and to market SCAI programs and services for Fellows-In-Training. Coordinate data into marketing opportunity. - Cultivate and collaborate with volunteers serving as SCAI ambassadors to recruit prospective members. - Ensure the integrity of SCAI’s membership data coordinating a regular cycle of membership profile updates and accuracy checks. - Export membership lists, data, and reports in various forms for mailing list broker, journal publisher, sponsors, staff, etc. - Manage mailing list acquisition and data comparisons. - Supervise temps or interns supporting data entry projects or mailings. - Develop and maintain standard operating procedures for SCAI membership activities. - Work with the finance department to ensure accuracy of membership data and financial reporting. - Identify, develop, and promote programs and products, in collaboration with marketing staff, to attract and retain members. - Establish annual goals and metrics to evaluate membership acquisition and engagement. - Travel as required (light).   Qualifications of the Membership and Database Manager - Prior success in membership growth and retention in a nonprofit organization. - 5-7 years’ experience managing membership services and database management for a medical society or nonprofit organization. - Bachelor’s degree required. - Experience using membership database software. - Excellent interpersonal skills and written communication skills; exemplary telephone manners. - Demonstrated experience with Protech and other database systems and MS Office products (Word, Excel); demonstrated ability to learn new software tools. - Experience working with healthcare professionals or physicians preferred.   Attributes of the Membership and Database Manager - Service driven. You set the standard for meeting and exceeding expectations. You are responsive and committed. You are clear, tactful, and diplomatic about what’s realistic and what’s possible. - Detail oriented. Even though you are detail oriented, you can also see the big picture and understand how the details relate to the overall mission of the organization. - Organizational skills. Your attention to detail is supported by your organizational skills. You appreciate order and know how to achieve it efficiently. - Team player. You work as an integral part of a team that works and wins together. You are articulate, persuasive, and willing to listen to and respect the views of others. You confidently engage with staff at all levels to define needs and expectations. You collaborate on projects and communicate results. - Ownership. You succeed in a team environment, work well independently, and carry your weight, learning from others and contributing in equal measure. - Strong initiative and judgment. You have good judgment and a thoughtful approach. You are sensitive to the challenges, goals, and varying needs of all stakeholders. - Resourceful and great follow-through. Whether it’s something that requires a quick turn-around or a long-term project with many steps, you take full responsibility from start to finish. When you say you’ll get back with someone, you do. - Flexible and capable. You manage changing priorities without difficulty and get the job done. You do whatever it takes. - Confident and pleasant. You understand that everyone is a “customer” and should have a “Ritz Carlton” service experience when contacting the development office.   What’s Attractive to the Right Membership and Database Manager Candidate? - What you bring to the table is vital to our ongoing success. - SCAI is an exciting, growing, and busy organization and this position will be an excellent springboard for your career. - SCAI is financially strong ($8.5 million annual budget) with a new executive director in place (an executive with a track record that includes a successful startup and three turn-around organizations). - SCAI’s staff are smart, collaborative, energetic, hard-working people who are committed to their work and delivering a solid work product. - You will get to work with a committed and caring volunteer base of cardiologists who want to make high-quality education happen and who enjoy getting into the details. - We offer highly competitive compensation and benefits.   To Apply for the Membership and Database Manager position: Use the "Apply" button on this page, or simply email your resume to Ellen Greenwood at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “SCAI – Membership Manager #2019-2546 SA” as the subject of the email. Alternative Titles:  Membership Development Manager, Database Manager, Member Services Associate, Manager of Membership.   Please note: Our practice is not to disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input. Staffing Advisors is committed to helping our clients create a diverse work environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. Some positions may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history.  
Job ID
2019-2546
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Vice President of Advocacy - SCAI   As Vice President of Advocacy for the Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions (SCAI), you will serve as the principal advisor to SCAI leadership and its 5,000 members on policy and advocacy. Reporting to the CEO and working closely with the board of trustees, Advocacy Committee, and other key departments, you will shape the policy and communication of SCAI’s advocacy efforts, ensuring that SCAI has a proactive voice in driving federal and state advocacy initiatives. Focused exclusively on invasive/interventional cardiovascular care, SCAI is a recognized leader in quality improvement and a proponent of efforts that help patients and their families make informed decisions about prevention, symptom recognition, testing, and treatment; your efforts will ensure that patients have every opportunity for cardiovascular care. In this role, you will develop, implement, manage, and coordinate all of SCAI’s government relations and advocacy activities, evaluate the impact of proposed legislation on interventional cardiologists and their patients, and provide leadership, guidance, and a unified voice. Working with our communications team, you will develop comment letters, briefings, press releases, and email campaigns in response to federal regulations. In order to ensure that the interests of our members and the patients they serve are considered in federal and state healthcare policy decisions, you will initiate, cultivate, and maintain successful relationships with congressional members and staff as well as federal agencies such as the FDA, CMS, NIH, and AHRQ. You will identify and form strategic coalitions with patient groups, partner organizations, physicians, and industry partners to stay informed and to advocate for life-saving procedures.   Organization Overview SCAI has experienced tremendous growth over the past 10 years and today represents more than 5,000 members across 80 countries. Interventional cardiology is a tremendously interesting, important, and constantly changing field where you will be working with world premier experts. SCAI transforms life-saving innovation into life-saving action by providing cutting-edge, high-quality education for interventionalists and their teams.   Our mission is to lead the global interventional cardiovascular community through education, advocacy, research, and quality patient care. Focus areas for SCAI include establishing standards and guidelines for all aspects of cardiac catheterization and angiography, training, credentialing, safety, and quality assurance for cardiovascular procedures.   Responsibilities of the Vice President of Advocacy - Supervise the team in developing and implementing SCAI’s advocacy agenda.  - Form the Society’s policies regarding Medicare and physician payment reform, access to healthcare, quality improvement, patient safety, and other health policy issues. - Understand legislative needs and issues, developing strategic approaches with periodic updates. - Evaluate SCAI’s strategic plan and implementation with regards to legislative initiatives. - Develop relationships in a bipartisan manner to expand SCAI’s network with members of Congress and congressional staff. - Develop relationships with related medical societies, leading on interventional issues, garnering partnership support, and offering collaborative support on related issues. - Develop relationships with industry partners to understand issues and proactively communicate SCAI positions representing interventional cardiologists and their patients. - Represent SCAI in multiple external facing roles, including amongst elected government officials, the American Medical Association (AMA), and other relevant groups as needed. - Develop external advocacy communications materials such as briefing materials, congressional letters, and/or bill language. - Develop internal advocacy communications materials such as issue alerts and briefs, bill tracking, newsletter articles, social media posts, and web content. - Develop a strategy for growth and utilization of SCAI’s political action committee (PAC) resources and manage all reporting requirements. - Identify legislative opportunities and concerns, and coordinate with Regulation and Environment. - Identify key legislative committees, leaders, and opportunities and coordinate Hill visits with SCAI members as appropriate. - Manage the day-to-day relationships with the Alliance of Specialty Medicine in partnership with the director of reimbursement and regulatory affairs, conveying the needs and expectations of SCAI Advocacy leaders and the director of reimbursement and regulatory affairs. - Maintain working knowledge of and compliance with the SCAI’s mission and goals, strategic initiatives, bylaws, and public policies. - Serve as a staff liaison to the Advocacy Committee, PAC, and assigned workgroups. Manage volunteer committees to ensure that their activities are aligned with the organization’s strategic plan. - Plan and execute periodic Washington, D.C. fly-ins for the purpose of addressing targeted issues of interest to the Society and its members. - Monitor and report progress on established advocacy goals. - Manage administrative filings and monitor AMA membership status. - Supervise and collaborate with the director of reimbursement and regulatory affairs, who has a track record and proven experience with SCAI.   Qualifications of the Vice President of Advocacy - Bachelor’s degree in public policy, public health, public administration, or related field is preferred. - 7-10+ years’ experience in federal advocacy/government affairs or on Capitol Hill. - Professional cardiovascular-related medical society experience preferred. - Excellent verbal and written skills with the ability to communicate effectively. Experience working closely with a communications/marketing team to promote and advocate for policy initiatives. - Supervisory experience. - Significant knowledge of federal legislative and regulatory processes and, preferably, cardiovascular issues. - Ability to develop and execute public policy and advocacy strategy. - Exceptional interpersonal, teambuilding, rapport-building, organization, and collaboration skills. Demonstrated experience in coalition building. - Ability to travel approximately 10–20 percent of the time to support Society activities, such as attending meetings and other events.   Attributes of the Vice President of Advocacy - Effective communicator. You have the ability to clearly and concisely communicate the complexity of advocacy issues and implications to leadership and members.  - Diplomatic. You are willing to listen and can articulate a clear vision. - Strong leader. You have proven leadership and management skills, and a profoundly collaborative style. You are able to lead and build the team. You work closely with your colleagues – you build trust and rapport across all levels of the organization. - Politically astute. You can understand, respect, and appreciate the challenges of the industry and the ongoing, evolving needs of members. You represent yourself and your organization as polished, credible, and knowledgeable. - Business acumen. You understand medical terminology and leverage this knowledge to build strategic partnerships with key stakeholders. - Problem solver. You understand the big picture and easily recognize challenges before they occur. You make sense of complex and sometimes contradictory information to effectively solve problems. - Results driven. You smoothly manage through ambiguity and can easily shift gears, reprioritize, and stay focused on outcomes. You consistently achieve results, even under tough circumstances. - Project manager. You allocate and optimize resources, assign responsibility, manage timelines, reduce risks, and get the project done. - Collaborative. You can find common ground and build consensus for workable solutions. You know how to take a stand and disagree without being disagreeable. - Entrepreneurial. Smart and creative, you intuitively recognize opportunities and take action.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - This role is an integral part of the leadership team. - You will be a trusted and respected advisor to members who are committed and engaged. - SCAI has experienced tremendous growth over the past 10 years and today represents more than 5,000 members across 80 countries. - SCAI’s staff are smart, collaborative, energetic, hard-working people who are committed to their work and delivering a solid work product. - SCAI offices are in the heart of D.C. with access to train and metro. - We offer highly competitive compensation and benefits.   To Apply for the Vice President of Advocacy position: Simply email your resume to Ellen Greenwood at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “SCAI - Vice President of Advocacy #2020-2554 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Please note: Our practice is not to disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Staffing Advisors has been engaged to find the right candidate and is committed to helping create a diverse work environment for our client. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history.          
Job ID
2020-2554
Job Locations US-DC-Washington, DC
Member Programs Leader - ACS   The American Chemical Society (ACS) is already the world’s largest scientific society, earning an unparalleled reputation for supporting chemistry education and academic research. Our board and CEO have now made it a strategic priority to expand our support for chemists, particularly those who are working in industry, recognizing that ACS will become an even stronger, more vibrant, more inclusive, and more influential organization by increasing our industry participation. Our CEO comes from a background in industry and more than 33,000 of our members currently work in industry, but we know we can find new ways to serve them better.   In this role, you will spearhead a strategic initiative to increase our relevance to members, supporting members in every industry sector, in every branch of chemistry, and at every career level. In your first few months, you will learn about ACS offerings and survey the landscape of what other organizations offer.   You will speak with internal colleagues, early-career chemists, outside experts, and top industry leaders who employ thousands of chemists.  Next, you will identify areas where ACS could make a unique and significant contribution to current and future industry members. Finally, you will develop the strategic framework for ACS to reimagine how to better serve our members who work in industry by conceiving and launching new programs and services that help our members become more capable and successful in their work and in their careers.   While the renewed focus on serving industry members will be your initial priority, in addition to the two-person Industry Member Program team, you will also lead the three-person ACS Webinars team, as well as the four-person ACS Awards team. The awards and webinars offerings are well established and stable properties and you will have the opportunity to survey the landscape and ensure these are well integrated and sustainably providing every opportunity to help us reach our objective of creating an engaged and growing membership.   You will have the full resources of ACS available to support your work, as well as outside resources. This is a new product development role so your ultimate measure of success will be delivering the kind of value that attracts new members at every career level and in every market segment. Initially, you might focus your attention on underserved markets or high growth segments, as well as expanding the definition of who might self-identify as a “chemist.” Thanks to the reach and reputation of ACS, you and your team will have ready access to people and resources you need.    Organization Overview ACS’s mission is to advance the broader chemistry enterprise and its practitioners for the benefit of Earth and its people. Our vision is to improve people’s lives through the transforming power of chemistry. Our Membership & Society Services Division is responsible for recruiting, retaining, and recognizing membership. Developing and implementing programs, products, and services that support members is our most critical role. With more than 152,000 members worldwide, providing an integrated suite of benefits that meets current and potential member needs is critical to the future of the Society. The Department of Member Programs & Communities is composed of five staff teams: Industry Member Programs; Component & Career Services; Award and Member Recognition Programs; Virtual Programs; and Diversity Programs.   Responsibilities of the Member Programs Leader - Primary accountability for ACS engagement with industry. Serve as the Society’s primary point of contact with senior industry executives. Develop and maintain productive relationships with these executives and other senior leaders in relevant organizations such as associations, NGOs, etc. - Lead the development and execution of short-term and long-term plans designed to provide meaningful value to ACS members (and other stakeholders) in key segments with a particular focus on industry. - Responsible for creating new value for industry members through the industry member programs team and setting directions for ways to sustainably create relevant and tangible value for this critical segment. - Leverage relationships to better understand the needs of industry chemists, to seek out partnerships that support the Society’s goals in this area, and ultimately, to better serve ACS industry members. - Responsible for the oversight and execution of the awards and webinar programs. Critical focus on innovative ways to utilize these offerings to derive value for all members—especially industrial. - Lead the Industry Member Programs (2 staff), the ACS Awards (4 staff) and ACS Webinars (3 staff) teams (9 combined staff). - Review remit and responsibilities of team members, provide guidance, and adjust as necessary to ensure continued focus on value creation. - Contribute to the integration and leveraging of programs, products, and services across membership and society services division, as well as other divisions within ACS, to accomplish objectives. - Coordinate with the ACS Board Committee on Corporation Associates, industry roundtables, and other governance groups to advance the interests of industry leaders and the chemists they employ. - Working with the team, organize meetings for ACS senior leadership with c-suite industry leadership. - Participate in chemical industry dinners and award events.   Qualifications of the Member Programs Leader - Degree in chemistry or chemical engineering required, advanced degree preferred. - MBA a plus. - 8+ years of related experience serving in middle/senior management in the chemical industry or another directly related field, such as pharmaceuticals, energy, materials, etc. - Project management and program management experience required. - Extensive experience in developing, implementing, and monitoring strategic plans. - Experience in new product development or new business development a plus. - Track record of reviewing an established portfolio and when warranted, setting new direction and initiatives. - At least 5 years of experience managing direct reports. - Ability to set and adjust priorities as conditions warrant. - Demonstrated judgment and interpersonal skills to operate successfully in a complex working environment comprised of staff, members, and external stakeholders. - Must have computer skills, including Microsoft Office. - This position requires approximately 25 travel days per year.   Attributes of the Member Programs Leader - Excellent communication skills. You are a superb writer, thinker, and listener. You are able to deliver complex information to a variety of audiences in a credible and presentable way. - Analytical. You have incisive analytical skills and the ability to make critical assessments. You can identify and frame problems and set priorities. - Collaborative. You know how to take a good idea and partner with others so that it can benefit all interested stakeholders. - Curious. You have a natural curiosity and are eager to understand the unique culture that exists in each organization. You ask the right questions and look at the data from different viewpoints. You notice trends and ask why. - Focused. You are a builder with a can-do attitude. You smoothly manage through ambiguity and shape answers to questions when no template exists. - Partner. You know how to build trust internally and externally. You are viewed as professional, accountable, respectful, and collaborative. - Rapport builder. You have a proven track record of getting results by building strong relationships and partnerships. - Service-oriented. You understand that helping customers meet their business goals is critical to success. You listen and identify the best system and service for them.   What’s Attractive to the Right Member Programs Leader Candidate? - We are committed to rebuilding our programmatic support for ACS members, with a particular focus on members working in industry. This is a strategic priority for the organization with huge growth potential and many resources already at your disposal. - This is a highly visible role where you will interact with industry leaders nationwide. ACS is well-recognized as an independent credible body, with a vast network of contacts. - You will have the opportunity to think deeply and develop long-term strategic solutions. - Working with all levels of individuals and organizations across an array of industries and geographies, you will have a unique perspective on the broader scientific community. - We are financially stable and offer competitive benefits that include, medical, dental and vision insurance, flexible spending, 403(b) plan with a match, vacation and sick leave, long and short-term disability, tuition assistance, and more.   To Apply for the Member Programs Leader position: Use the "Apply" button on this page, or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “ACS – Member Programs Leader #2019-2527 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Internally this position title is Assistant Director of Industry Member Programs.   Please note: Our practice is not to disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Staffing Advisors has been engaged to find the right candidate and is committed to helping create a diverse work environment for our client. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history.    
Job ID
2019-2527
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Health Policy Advisor - UnidosUS   UnidosUS’ Policy and Advocacy Department is one of the most influential and visible national advocacy think tanks championing public policy on behalf of Latinos. The Health Policy team strives to increase the opportunity and ability for Latinos to achieve optimal health and thrive no matter who they are, where they live, or how much they earn. We have a proven track record of achieving significant policy change, advancing work at all phases of the policymaking process from legislative to regulatory action and, ultimately, federal- and state-level implementation. As a leading advocate on health policy encompassing the Latino perspective, UnidosUS’ successes include restoring Medicaid and Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) access for hundreds of thousands of legal immigrant children and pregnant women, and playing a key role in the passage and implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), leading to major coverage options for millions of low-income and uninsured Latinos.    As the Health Policy Advisor, you will play a key role in helping shape and execute efforts to advance UnidosUS’ federal and state health policy agenda. Reporting to the Director of Health Policy, you will be responsible for contributing to policy ideation across the portfolio which includes issues such as health coverage and care, nutrition and healthy weight, and an emerging body of work on social and emotional wellbeing. We are conducting research on the long-term mental health and well-being of children being impacted by family separation policies.   You will play a key role in writing policy papers, issue briefs, and congressional testimony in a variety of lengths and formats for diverse audiences and work with colleagues to plan, conduct, and publish various analyses of data, programs, and emerging issues. In this position, you may also be responsible for convening an effective network of civil rights organizations, community leaders, researchers, and policymakers to effectively frame a federal health policy agenda that is strategic, innovative, and targets relief to the most vulnerable in our society. Success in this role will also require your ability to effectively collaborate across internal teams and components, including Civic Engagement, Legislative Affairs, the Policy Analysis Center, and Marketing and Communications.   Organization Overview UnidosUS is the nation’s largest Latino civil rights and advocacy organization—a leading think tank focused on issues relevant to the Latino community. Through our unique combination of research, advocacy, programs, and a national network of nearly 300 community-based affiliate organizations across the country, we work to protect civil rights, expand economic opportunity, ensure equitable access to quality education, improve access to healthcare, advocate for nondiscriminatory immigration policies, amplify the voices of Latino youth, and ensure that all eligible voters can cast their ballots with confidence. Since our founding in 1968, we have contributed to a stronger America by elevating the voice of Latinos and defending and advancing our community’s concerns.   Responsibilities of the Health Policy Advisor - Develop and execute a project plan and agenda for evaluating and analyzing relevant health policies that affect the Latino community. - Analyze emerging public policy issues and trends and produce UnidosUS policy publications including issue briefs, white papers, conference papers, presentations, and testimony, using primary and secondary research sources; facility in data analysis strongly preferred. - In coordination with the Director of Health Policy, represent UnidosUS in high-visibility forums, including delivering presentations and testimony before congressional staff, policymakers, issue experts and stakeholders, national conferences, and the media. - Lead and participate in coalitions of experts and advocates on health issues. - Provide strategic recommendations, as appropriate, to various levels of UnidosUS leadership.   Qualifications of the Health Policy Advisor - A post-graduate degree is strongly preferred. - Minimum of seven to ten years of in-depth policy experience required, with a demonstrated ability to analyze and develop new policy ideas. - Extensive and strong writing ability, including developing and writing articles, studies, reports, or other publicly available documents is required. - Substantive knowledge of health policy issues, including those related to the UnidosUS health policy portfolio, is required. - Experience communicating policy ideas in public settings such as coalition meetings, congressional hearings and briefings, major conferences, and with the media. - Outstanding project management skills suited to a dynamic work environment with multiple ongoing responsibilities, tight deadlines, and expectations for high-quality work. - Displayed commitment to social justice, health equity, and UnidosUS’ mission. - Bilingual (English and Spanish) strongly preferred. - Flexibility for occasional travel (approximately twice/month or up to 30 days per year).   Attributes of the Health Policy Advisor - Analytical. You easily synthesize complex or diverse information and design workflows and procedures. You are known for your ability to collect and research data, using your intuition and experience to complement the data. - Comfortable with change. You thrive in an environment that is in constant motion and understand that what we need today may be different than what we need tomorrow. You are nimble, able to come up to speed quickly and change focus to take advantage of new priorities. - Clear communicator (written and verbal). You write clearly and informatively with the ability to vary your writing style to meet needs. You meticulously edit work for spelling and grammar and present numerical data effectively. You read and interpret written information with ease. You speak clearly and persuasively in both supportive and sensitive situations. You listen closely, get clarification where needed, and respond well to questions, participating fully in meetings and groups. - Curious. You’re intellectually curious. You dive in without being asked and you smoothly manage through ambiguity to shape answers to questions when no template exists. - Ethical. You always treat people with respect, keep your commitments, and inspire the trust of others. You work ethically and with integrity to uphold organizational values. - Problem solver. You identify and resolve problems in a timely manner, skillfully gathering and analyzing information, then developing alternative solutions. You work well in group problem-solving situations, using reason even when dealing with emotional topics. - Strategic. You develop strategies to achieve organizational goals, understanding the organization's strengths and areas of growth and analyzing the market and competition to identify external threats and opportunities, adapting strategy to changing conditions. - Motivated. You set and achieve challenging goals, measure yourself against a standard of excellence, take calculated risks, and demonstrate persistence to overcome obstacles. - Professional. You approach others in a tactful manner, stay even-tempered under pressure, and treat others with respect and consideration regardless of their status or position. You accept responsibility for your actions and you follow through on your commitments.   What’s Attractive to the Right Health Policy Advisor Candidate? - This is a high-visibility role where you can have a significant impact. As a multi-issue nonprofit organization with political reach, UnidosUS is uniquely positioned to have powerful influence in shaping the future of the healthcare landscape. - You will play a pivotal role in helping us build out our research and capacity to address issues of social and emotional well-being for our constituents. - You will be a part of a passionate organization with a deeply devoted staff that is extremely focused and intent on creating long-term value. Your colleagues are professional and committed to their work, and respectful and responsive to each other. - At UnidosUS, you will be a part of building a society where all of us—no matter what we look like, how we pray, where we come from, who our parents are, or how our sexuality is expressed—can live, worship, work, and pursue happiness together as equals. - We offer a comprehensive package that includes health, dental, and vision insurance, flexible spending, short-term and long-term disability, 401k with a match, and more.   To Apply for the Health Policy Advisor position: Use the "Apply" button on this page, or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “UnidosUS - Health Policy Advisor #2019-2517 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Please note: Our practice is not to disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Alternative Titles:  Policy Advisors, Senior Policy Analyst, Health Policy Analyst, Research Associate, Senior Associate, Senior Research Analyst Staffing Advisors has been engaged to find the right candidate and is committed to helping create a diverse work environment for our client. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history.    
Job ID
2019-2517
Job Locations US-DC-Washington, DC
Chief Science & Technical Officer   As the Chief Science & Technical Officer at The Optical Society (OSA), you will contribute to the scientific and technical health of the organization by providing in-depth advice, guidance, and execution of ideas for OSA’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and other OSA departments to ensure programs reflect and incorporate the latest advances in the optics and photonics community. In this role, you will work collaboratively with and provide specific guidance to internal and external stakeholders engaged with scientific and technological content at meetings, in external communications, and in technical and market presentations.    You will support global partnerships by identifying markets, building relationships, and negotiating strategic agreements. You and your staff will provide a centralized operation for all OSA stakeholders to have access to funding agencies nationally and internationally that support optics and photonics with the goal of increasing support for OSA programs. You will also be responsible for OSA’s new business development and initiatives involving forefront areas in optics and photonics, including, but not limited to, meetings and programmatic activities with the aim of enhancing revenue for OSA and increasing its technical profile. Like the industry we support, you will not simply maintain our current direction; you will conceptualize, strategize, identify, and implement new opportunities and strategic initiatives, developing winning partnerships and leveraging existing successful programs that support our mission.   Since 1916, OSA has been the world’s leading champion for optics and photonics, uniting and educating scientists, engineers, educators, technicians, and business leaders worldwide to foster and promote technical and professional development. OSA’s mission is to promote the generation, application, and archiving of knowledge in optics and photonics and to disseminate this knowledge worldwide. Through publications, events, and services, OSA’s staff of 150 is helping to advance the science of light by addressing the ongoing need for shared knowledge and innovation.   Responsibilities of the Chief Science and Technical Officer Technical Advice and Execution - Serve as lead technical advisor by identifying and tracking technical areas, speakers, and funding opportunities for workshops, meetings, forums, and publications. - Conduct primary and secondary research to support OSA’s interaction with its stakeholders. - Provide education, guidance, and strategic recommendations to OSA CEO, staff, committees, and councils on domestic and international initiatives that promote, enhance, and strengthen awareness of optics and photonics as an enabling technology and its impact on the global economy. - Collaborate with OSA technical members divisions to deliver technical content for OSA managed and co-managed meetings, industry-focused programming, and member benefits and services. - Like all chief level staff, represent OSA at OSA scientific conferences, technical advisory steering committees, and other scientific meetings. Manage Staff - Manage staff resources efficiently and effectively by planning and overseeing impact and pro-actively demonstrating the important use of these resources. Support of Global Partnerships - Support global partnerships by providing in-depth background and research on current and potential partners and markets with demand for OSA products and services. - Participate in long and short-term strategic and tactical planning to research, create, launch, and evaluate new programs or partnerships. - Build and maintain relationships and communications with external organizations such as companies, scientific societies, universities, and other potential partners through face-to-face meetings, presentations, and reports. - Assess collaboration opportunities by gathering and synthesizing market intelligence and trends of interest to the optics and photonics community. Funding Development - Establish and develop key relationships with U.S. and non-U.S. funding agencies that support optics and photonics with the goal of expanding funding of OSA programs. - Work with OSA’s staff running global programming, which includes meetings, advocacy, and other efforts on domestic and international government policies affecting OSA’s constituents and the broader scientific community. - Act as lead, centralized scientific interface for introductions and principal investigator status for all agency grants. - Expand OSA’s options in obtaining private foundation grants. - Lead outreach efforts to improve visibility with global funding offices. New Business Development - Several OSA divisions focus on new business development. This position focuses on creating technically oriented programs (meetings or other activities) that return net revenues to OSA. - Research fields that are ripe for development, bringing new technical topics to the attention of OSA staff and providing comprehensive business plans for evaluation by the CEO and executive team. - Oversee and support new business development for technical niche fields.   Other Responsibilities of the Chief Science and Technical Officer - Provide guidance on technology displays for expositions at various photonics related meetings. - Provide guidance on best practices for scientific meetings. - Work with meetings committees to identify or invite high-level speakers. Provide assessment and analysis on the technical group scope. - Continuously improve technical knowledge by attending professional development and technical enhancement activities. - Provide input for all Strategic Planning Council (SPC) activities in order to maintain the scientific integrity of OSA while advancing technological thrusts to ensure that OSA technical programming includes new and emerging optics and photonics content. - Provide scientific overview and presentations on specific technologies for the OSA executive team when requested.   Qualifications of the Chief Science and Technical Officer - Technical degree in the field of applied physics and/or engineering required. - 15 years of senior-level management experience, including budgeting, planning, and executing programs. - Knowledge of technical, educational, societal, commercial, and governmental/ bureaucratic issues within the broader optics community. - Demonstrated experience working effectively in academic, corporate, and other relevant environments. - Experience in analyzing and strengthening programs and relationships. - Experience in global corporate and advocacy interactions. - Ability to develop engaging presentations that present complex scientific and technical issues and tailor presentations to the knowledge base of audiences. - Understanding of optical science and engineering research and development. - Ability to adapt to a rapidly changing situation and fast-paced environment. - Ability to travel domestically and internationally.   Attributes of the Chief Science and Technical Officer - Champion for the mission. You understand the big picture, know what is important to stakeholders, and what best serves the mission. - Effective communicator. You are a superb writer, thinker, and listener. You are able to deliver complex information to a variety of audiences in a credible and presentable way. - Organizationally agile. You seek out and respect other viewpoints and you share your insights as well. You effectively work across stakeholder groups and organizations to build long-standing relationships. - Supreme relationship builder. You have strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work without direct authority. You can work with a diverse staff to support programs, volunteers to encourage and support their participation in organization activities, and various constituencies to build strong global partnerships. - Skilled project manager. Whether it’s something that requires a quick turnaround or a long-term commitment, you take full responsibility from start to finish. When you say you’ll get back to someone, you do. You bring order to competing priorities and keep things running smoothly.   What’s Attractive to the Right Chief Science and Technical Officer Candidate? - It is an exciting time to join OSA. We are operating in a rich and growing field, and OSA is financially strong and poised for continuous growth. We have the resources you need to be successful and are invested in your training and professional development. - You will work with a CEO who is data-driven and financially savvy, and work with a knowledgeable and supportive staff. - OSA is globally known for our high-quality programs and we are continuously innovating to make our offerings even greater. - We offer competitive compensation and benefits, including a 10 percent bonus potential; 8 federal holidays, a 5-day winter break, and 20 days of paid time off; medical, dental, and vision insurance; life and disability coverage; and 403(b) contribution up to 10 percent.   To Apply for the Chief Science and Technical Officer position: Use the "Apply" button on this page, or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “OSA – Chief Scientist #2019-2496 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Please note: Our practice is not to disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Alternative Titles:  Chief Scientist, Fellow, Principal, Science and Technology Officer. Staffing Advisors has been engaged to find the right candidate and is committed to helping create a diverse work environment for our client. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history.        
Job ID
2019-2496