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Chief Executive Officer The healthcare sector is the most consequential part of the US economy, representing almost 20% of GDP and touching the lives of every American. The National Association of Benefits and Insurance Professionals (NABIP) represents the interests of the people who pay for healthcare; our advocacy efforts are shaping the future of how Americans receive and finance healthcare treatment. NABIP represents more than 100,000 licensed health insurance agents, brokers, general agents, consultants, and benefits professionals through more than 200 chapters across America. NABIP members help millions of consumers by guiding them through the complexities of health insurance purchasing and enrollment while ensuring they get the best coverage at the most affordable price. As CEO, you will lead a staff of 21 long-tenured employees and manage an annual budget of approximately $7 million. You will oversee all facets of the association to ensure a focus on key strategic initiatives to strengthen the organization, including financial stability, membership growth, useful education, and continued effectiveness in our federal and state advocacy efforts.The insurance marketplace has seen sweeping changes over the last 15 years with legislative and business model changes. NABIP is continuing to innovate to create sustainable value for members and the people they serve. The clients of NABIP members range from Fortune 500 companies to small business owners and individuals and their families. Our members have a unique understanding of employee benefits and consumer healthcare needs, the perspective of business owners, and the economic realities of health insurance markets. Our members understand the complexities and the realities of traditional health insurance products, dental, long-term care, disability, Medicare Advantage and Medicare Supplements, and a variety of consumer-driven products. We work every day to translate complex insurance policy language for consumers and help policymakers understand the impact of various policy choices.   Key Focus Areas - Business model: Strengthen the organization's finances by carefully evaluating all aspects of the business model. Increase revenue through growing membership, expanding corporate partnerships, and exploring other non-dues revenue. Streamline internal operations to find efficiencies and cost savings, and focus staff efforts on strategic initiatives that yield the greatest value for the organization. - Executive leadership: Lead the strategic direction for all association functions, including membership, government affairs, finance, meetings/events, and education. Ensure all departments are properly resourced and equipped to support the strategic direction of the organization. Support and mentor staff and ensure appropriate staffing levels across the organization. Foster information sharing and collaboration between the staff, board, and members, building consensus among people with varying viewpoints. - Governance: Support the board of trustees with structures that respect the appropriate roles and time commitments for both staff and board members; foster strong working relationships that leverage each person’s strengths. Support board committees with a strong service orientation and the appropriate resources to achieve organizational goals. Where needed, recommend improvements to the bylaws to further revenue growth. - Government affairs: Continue NABIP’s positive reputation for effectively representing members’ interests with legislators. Lead the government affairs team and leverage the strengths of membership to further NABIP’s advocacy goals at the federal, state, and local levels. Leverage the NABIP PAC as a powerful tool for enacting change. - Membership and marketing: Enhance member value by thinking strategically about members’ needs for each segment and whether NABIP should adapt the membership model and/or product and service offerings to meet these needs. Utilize the new CRM system to better track member interests and communicate tailored messages. Explore opportunities to attract new members, including a stronger value proposition for people at every stage in their careers. Apply a marketing approach to promoting the organization and positioning NABIP for maximum impact.   Qualifications - 10+ years of executive leadership within a trade association or professional society. - Experience leading strategic planning, budgeting and finance, staff management, board governance, membership (ideally in a federation or chapter model), marketing, meetings and events, and other operations. - Experience leading a government affairs function, including legislative, lobbying, and/or advocacy – ideally at both federal and state levels. PAC experience is preferred. - Familiarity with relevant issues in benefits and healthcare insurance.   Attributes - Business minded. You are skilled at helping organizations navigate changing economic conditions that impact programs and business decisions, and you have successfully structured programs to generate revenue and deliver bottom-line results. - Charismatic. You are a clear communicator who is comfortable serving as the organization’s spokesperson, representing us with media, consumers, and legislators. - Leader. You enjoy leading and building teams, and you are good at it. You insist on respect and accountability. You have proven experience coaching, mentoring, and developing staff at all professional levels, skillfully identifying and promoting talent, and building strong, cohesive work environments. - Process oriented. You thrive on efficiency and are always looking for ways to improve. You simplify systems and implement processes that enhance productivity. - Relationship focused. In this position, you have many stakeholders with varying goals and needs. You take time to learn what’s valuable and important to others, and you easily establish credibility. You have a track record of building strong relationships and partnerships. You earn trust through your actions and faithfully keep your promises. - Results driven. You have the proven ability to bring about change. You see the big picture, monitor key performance metrics, and take action to produce results. You clearly define priorities, gather data, allocate and optimize resources, assign responsibility, manage timelines, reduce risks, and get projects done. - Service driven. Along with a keen ability to relate to members and help them translate their needs into new products and services, you have a strong enthusiasm for customer service. You take the initiative, and you work hard to make a difference for others. - Transparent and collaborative. You share information, work cooperatively, decide the appropriate steps, and facilitate to get the desired results. You communicate and coordinate effectively at every level, building consensus for key initiatives.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - We have a history of being a mission-driven organization with a strong purpose and energetic members who care deeply about the association and the future of the industry. - Our recent rebranding allows us to expand our mission by increasing the impact local members can make in their communities, amplifying our national messaging, and improving members’ abilities to serve the public, expand their networks, and impact legislative efforts locally and nationally. - Our board is cohesive, transparent, and aligned with the organization’s strategic goals. You will enjoy working with the executive committee, which is collaborative, supportive, and aligned on how to support the new executive. Everyone is committed to using our “collective ego” to further the organization. - We represent the interest of a diverse membership, from independent agencies to corporations; our breadth of expertise has earned respect from policymakers. - You will have the opportunity to drive impact in three entities: the national association, the education foundation, and PAC. - We offer a robust benefits package, including 100% employer-paid medical and dental insurance, as well as family coverage and vision insurance, generous PTO, and more.   To Apply We encourage you to apply even if your experience is not a 100% match with the position description; we will consider people from a variety of backgrounds and career experiences. Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Bob Corlett at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “NABIP - CEO #2022-2750 SA” as the subject of the email. Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. 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.   IND123
Job ID
2022-2750
Job Locations US-MD-College Park
Senior Editor for Science Policy (hybrid)   Comprehensive science policy journalism builds a critical bridge between policymakers, scientific researchers, and the public, simultaneously improving policy and research. Published by the American Institute of Physics (AIP) since 1989, FYI is an authoritative and respected source of federal science policy news and analysis. Our in-depth reporting is trusted by policymakers and prominent figures in the scientific community nationwide. At FYI, we seek to clarify policy activity and deliver nuanced insight into its impacts on the scientific community. The FYI team is expanding and seeking an experienced editor with a keen sense for news and a deep understanding of policy to optimize our editorial process and bring a fresh approach to reporting on policy developments. We are also seeking to expand our influential readership of congressional staff, top federal officials, and leading researchers. Your work will inform national decision makers and scientists on the ground, empowering them to better navigate the policy landscape.   A Snapshot of the Work You’ll Do - Editorial strategy. Reporting to the Director of FYI, you will help shape and drive our coverage, enhancing our unique value for policymakers and the scientific community. FYI focuses on physical science programs across DOE, NSF, NASA, DOD, NOAA, NIST, NIH, and USGS. - Writing and editing. You will write, edit, and publish in-depth content for multiple FYI news and information products, assembling a clear view of what’s going on in policy with relevant context through a research-based lens. - Stakeholder engagement. You will build relationships within AIP and across our member societies, including by seeking out opportunities to represent FYI’s expertise in public forums.   Work Environment, Salary, and Benefits - AIP embraces a flexible hybrid work environment to balance in-person collaborative work with remote work. The FYI team works primarily remotely, with in-office collaboration at our College Park, Maryland, location as needed. Employees are required to reside in Maryland, Virginia, or Washington, D.C. - The budgeted salary range for this position is $95k-105k with a comprehensive benefits plan, including 25 days of PTO, medical/dental/vision coverage, an annual retirement contribution of 10% of base pay, tuition assistance, commuter benefits, and more.   Qualifications - A bachelor’s degree is required with at least seven years of experience in policy reporting, science writing, or policy analysis; time in graduate school can count toward years of experience. - Demonstrated experience developing editorial strategy. - Demonstrated ability to edit and write content on tight deadlines. - Extensive knowledge of legislative and executive branch dynamics. - Extensive knowledge of multiple science agencies is preferred.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - We are stable and financially sound with an eye to the future. Now is an exciting time to join AIP and play a key role in expanding our editorial team to meet our strategic priorities. - This is an opportunity to optimize and formalize FYI’s strategy, deepen audience engagement, and broaden our reach to advance understanding for the public good. - Your colleagues at AIP are welcoming, gracious, and eager to help each other succeed. With our commitment to community service, institute-wide social opportunities, and ongoing learning and development, AIP is a rewarding place to work.   About Us The American Institute of Physics is a 501(c)(3) membership corporation of scientific societies. Our mission is to advance, promote, and serve the physical sciences for the benefit of humanity. AIP operates as a center of excellence using policy analysis, social science, and historical research to promote future progress in the physical sciences.   Daily Responsibilities - Shape the editorial strategy to ensure FYI systematically covers major science policy developments. FYI’s current products include in-depth bulletins, a synoptic weekly newsletter, and a set of web-based tools for tracking science budgets, legislation, and leaders. - Identify story leads, policy trends, and topics that warrant in-depth reporting or research. - Develop innovative processes to make FYI’s content more engaging through multimedia. - Write news and analysis articles about legislative activity and science agency initiatives; edit articles and other content written by FYI team members. - Cultivate sources and develop a deep familiarity with federal science agencies. - Strengthen FYI’s reputation and public profile in the science policy community; seek out opportunities to represent FYI in external settings, such as moderating policy-focused sessions at scientific society meetings or appearing as an expert guest on podcasts. - Contribute to the development and testing of prospective FYI products. - Pursue opportunities for collaboration and content sharing with other AIP units, such as Physics Today magazine.     To Apply We encourage you to apply even if your experience is not a 100% match with the position description; we will consider people from a variety of backgrounds and career experiences. Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Lilly Khan at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “AIP – Sr Editor for Science Policy #2022-2748 SA” as the subject of the email.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. 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.   
Job ID
2022-2748
Job Locations US-MD-Rockville
Senior Director of Marketing (hybrid)   Kidney disease affects more than 1 in 7 U.S. adults — 37 million Americans. It is the fastest growing non-contagious disease, and it has an enormous impact on patients and families. With breakthroughs in research and treatment and developments in policy action, this is an exciting time to work for the American Kidney Fund (AKF) and make a real impact in the lives of patients and their families. AKF offers an unmatched scope of programs that support people wherever they are in their fight against kidney disease — from prevention through post-transplant living. Join our team as Senior Director of Marketing to become a respected leader at AKF and work at the forefront of saving and changing lives.   The Work You’ll Do - Report to and work closely with the Chief Communications and Marketing Officer to develop and implement AKF’s annual marketing strategy to deepen engagement with our fundraising, patient education, and advocacy programs, advance relationships with corporate sponsors, and demonstrate AKF’s unique value to the nephrology community. This is a hands-on role in which you will have creative flexibility, and your vision will be well-supported by our Executive Team. - As a member of the Leadership Team, you’ll frequently interact with AKF’s CEO and senior leaders, offering insights, feedback, and strategic advice, while building strong relationships with colleagues across the organization to further the success of our mission. - You will collaborate closely with your colleague, the Senior Director of Communications, who handles media, manages our PR firm, and produces messaging, to produce integrated marketing communications. - As an experienced supervisor who is an outstanding leader, you’ll be a mentor and colleague to a talented and high-performing team of seven employees, leveraging their skills and ideas to energize their performance, nurture their professional growth and meet and exceed our objectives. Work Environment, Salary, and Benefits - You’ll enjoy a hybrid work schedule, with between two and four days per month in our North Bethesda, MD, office across from Pike and Rose. You’ll telework the remainder of the month. Occasional out-of-town travel is required (less than 5%). - The budgeted salary range for this position is $140K - $150K, with the potential for raises and bonuses through annual performance reviews. AKF offers a comprehensive benefits plan that includes matching 403b retirement plan, health, dental, vision and life insurance, short- and long-term disability, flex spending, and generous leave. - Additional perks include paid parking at our underground garage, Metro subsidies, employee-led recognition and social events throughout the year, shorter workdays on Fridays, and a culture that embraces diversity, equity and inclusion and emphasizes the importance of working together as a staff to continue making the organization a great place to work.   About AKF The American Kidney Fund fights kidney disease on all fronts as the nation’s leading kidney nonprofit — no kidney organization impacts more lives than AKF. We are grateful to our big-hearted donor community that makes all of this work possible. From prevention through post-transplant living, we are proud to be there by the sides of patients through every challenge that comes their way. AKF’s vision is a world without kidney disease. Until that day comes, we believe that every kidney patient should have access to health care, and every person at risk for kidney disease should be empowered to prevent it. Ninety-seven cents of every dollar we spend goes to patients and programs.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - Your role will make a significant impact in the lives of people living with kidney disease and their families. - This is an exciting time in the kidney space, as researchers are developing breakthrough treatments. At AKF, we are working to ensure the patient voice is heard in the research and policy spaces. - AKF is among the most trusted sources of kidney health information. Patients turn to us to learn how to cope with the disease and attain better health outcomes. We touch more patient lives than any kidney nonprofit, and among our programs provide financial assistance that allows low-income patients to access health care. More than 7% of all kidney transplants each year occur because of AKF financial assistance. And we have access to the population we are impacting, so we can truly measure our success. - We are financially strong and eager to embrace data-driven, creative digital strategies. You will have the full support of the organization and the resources you need to ensure success. - You are joining a strong team of diverse, open, collaborative, and supportive colleagues who care deeply about our mission, the people we serve, and each other. The organization is led by a national board of trustees that is appropriately engaged, experienced, supportive, and appreciative of the team. - AKF is the only health nonprofit included in Charity Navigator’s list of the top 10 charities with the most consecutive 4-star ratings—20 years running. We are also proud of being named the past two years as one of the NonProfit Times’ Top 50 Nonprofit Employers in the United States.   Qualifications - A Bachelor’s degree or higher in marketing, communications, or a related field, and 10 years of progressive nonprofit marketing experience, including budgeting and strategic planning, are required. At least 3-5 years of supervisory experience is required. - Proficiency in Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Suite. Familiarity with Drupal and experience with CRMs and eCRMs strongly desired.   Responsibilities Marketing strategy - Build brand awareness and loyalty for AKF to promote the mission, differentiate it from other kidney organizations, and continue to enhance perceptions of AKF among key constituencies, including patients, caregivers, renal professionals, policymakers, and media. Develop and execute strategies to increase the public’s engagement with AKF and cultivate relationships with key constituencies. Direct the development and execution of strategic marketing and engagement tactics. - Work with the marketing team and the Chief Communications and Marketing Officer to develop the annual marketing operational plan. - Work closely with the Director of Content and Brand Strategy to lead the creative vision across AKF and develop ideas and concepts for campaigns and content that have positive, measurable audience impact across multiple channels. - Work in cross-functional teams across the organization, providing nonprofit marketing expertise to ensure the success of programmatic and fundraising projects. Ensure brand consistency across print and digital marketing materials, public relations, and event materials. - Direct, implement, and assess marketing strategies for the organization’s initiatives, including AKF’s Kidney Action Week®, Unknown Causes of Kidney Disease project, Living Donor Protection Report Card, other reports, educational programs, patient assistance programs, and special events. - Use expertise in nonprofit website best practices to collaborate with the Webmaster and SEO Specialist on continually optimizing KidneyFund.org for user experience and conversion. - Work closely with the Director of Digital Marketing to guide the organization’s digital marketing program, including digital brand campaigns, social media, and email marketing. Oversee email and e-newsletter programs, CRM and website optimization projects and graphic design, video content planning, and video production activities. - Conduct a biannual brand survey with external vendor and develops and implement recommendations to continually strengthen brand-impact marketing. Cross-collaboration activities - Serve as a key partner to the development team on fundraising initiatives. - Use an understanding of current best practices in online giving and peer-to-peer fundraising to work with the internal team to build and execute a strategy for email, paid search, and display advertising in order to renew and upgrade existing donors and recruit new donors. - Play a major role in corporate fundraising. Represent the marketing team in meetings with current and potential corporate funders. Contribute to proposals, help pitch proposals, build marketing strategies for corporate-funded campaigns, and interact with corporate partners. - Work closely with the education team to develop multichannel education and awareness campaigns that provide kidney health information. - Work closely with the advocacy team to develop campaigns that engage AKF Ambassadors in the organization’s policy agenda and grow and engage the AKF Advocacy Network. - Oversee the development and production of the annual report, marketing slicks for key programs and services, and other corporate collateral materials. - Support the marketing team in managing external vendors for relationship management (CRM), video production, printing, and graphic design. - Collaborate with the Senior Director of Communications to ensure consistent strategy and messaging throughout all communications and marketing vehicles. Management and operations - Supervises a high-performing team that handles brand and content strategy, the CRM and website platforms, digital advertising, sponsor projects, and large-scale email programs. - Provides the team with proactive coaching and mentoring to ensure high levels of performance, job satisfaction, and professional growth. - Develops, tracks, and closely manages the marketing budget in collaboration with the Director of Digital Marketing and the Director of Content and Brand Strategy. - Monitors key performance indicators (KPIs) on marketing efforts across all platforms and provides Chief Communications and Marketing Officer with quarterly updates.   To Apply We encourage you to apply even if your experience is not a 100% match with the position description; we will consider people from a variety of backgrounds and career experiences. Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “AKF – Sr Director of Marketing #2022-2742 SA” as the subject of the email.   Job responsibilities are similar to the following positions: Director of Marketing, Director of Digital Marketing.   Please note: The budgeted salary range for this position is $140K – $150K   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. 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.       
Job ID
2022-2742
Job Locations US-VA-Arlington
Sales Director (remote)   As the Manufacturers Alliance’s Sales Director, reporting to the VP of Communications, Marketing & Sales, and managing five direct reports, you will develop and execute strategies to drive new Council membership sales across the Alliance’s 26 Councils. Our Councils are exclusive to the industry’s most senior functional leaders in manufacturing companies with a significant U.S. presence and $750M or more in revenue. Our Councils provide a network for member executives to share knowledge, expertise, benchmarking studies, and best practices in four communities: Business Strategy, Finance, Legal and Compliance, and Operations. Our Councils inside these communities range from Information & Cybersecurity to Environmental, Health & Safety, Human Resources, Supply Chain, and more.   Success in this role hinges on your ability to learn the issues our potential members care about and articulate our value to C-suite executives—how we can help them advance in their careers and grow their companies. You’ll take new Council sales to the next level by developing strategies that grow market share, generating new business revenue through acquiring members, and leading a strong sales team. We have a sophisticated lead generation process with robust technology and have invested in branding and marketing to position you and your team to succeed.   How You’ll Make an Impact - Sales strategy. Work with VP to analyze and evaluate the effectiveness of current sales methods, costs, and results; identify new areas of growth (trends in audience acquisition, new functional opportunities, etc.); build strategy and develop tactical plans to drive the sales team; and support the programmatic council team in piloting new initiatives. Meet team and individual quotas. - Sales pipeline. Monitor sales against monthly, quarterly, and annual individual and team goals and accurately forecast the pipeline. Identify trends in the acquisition of members, find new opportunities, and explore ways to support the Programmatic Council Team with newly piloted initiatives. - Team coaching. With a passion for coaching high-performing salespeople, you’ll mentor the team to effectively research and prepare for conversations with C-suite executives. Lead your team by seizing every opportunity to learn and emphasizing intellectual curiosity as an integral part of developing a pitch that meets top-level executives where they are. Everyone on your team should understand the Alliance’s competitors and be able to communicate our unique differentiators persuasively.   Work Environment, Salary, and Benefits - You’ll enjoy a flexible, primarily remote 35-hour work week (East Coast hours) with time in our Arlington, VA, office ranging from once per month to once per quarter. We subsidize travel expenses as needed. Travel is required approximately 10-15% of the time. - The budgeted total compensation range for this role is $140K - $150k, including salary and sales-based commissions. We offer terrific benefits, including up to a 9% 401k match, a generous leave policy, health, dental and vision insurance, paid holidays, and more. - You’ll be joining a collegial and competitive nonprofit sales team. We push each other to reach past our goals with the support to get there together. We set reasonable expectations so every team member can do their best work while living the quality of life they want to.   Qualifications - A bachelor’s degree is required with a minimum of 5 years of experience in sales and/or membership, with at least one year in a sales managerial oversight position. - Experience working with senior-level executives at Fortune 1000 companies is preferred. - Proficiency in Salesforce/Fonteva and knowledge and experience with Outreach are a plus. - Experience with consultative sales methodology with proven results in past positions; expertise in sales reporting, metrics, and data and the demonstrated ability to analyze and pivot quickly. - Knowledge and experience with sales in a customer experience-focused (CX) organization. - Able to travel 10-15% of the time.   About Us Manufacturers Alliance is the leading executive development and business insights organization serving the needs of manufacturing leaders at all levels for almost nine decades. We provide a network for executives to share knowledge, expertise, benchmarking studies, and best practices. Our Foundation produces in-depth research into the latest trends related to talent, technology, and transformation in the manufacturing space. Our purpose is to power manufacturing leaders through their careers.   To Apply We encourage you to apply even if your experience is not a 100% match with the position description; we will consider people from a variety of backgrounds and career experiences. Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “Manufacturers Alliance – Sales Director #2022-2752 SA” as the subject of the email.   Job responsibilities are similar to the following positions: Director of Sales, Sales Manager.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. 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.    IND123  
Job ID
2022-2752
Telecommute
Yes
Job Locations US-MD-College Park
Program Lead, Education (Remote)   Research shows that teachers in the United States rate their lives better than all other occupation groups, trailing only physicians. As a leading voice for physics education with a commitment to creating sustainable change, the American Physical Society (APS) is transforming conversation around the STEM teaching profession, improving physics teacher education programs, providing support for teachers at all levels, and working to eliminate our national STEM teacher shortage. Since launching our flagship education program, PhysTEC, in 2001, 44% of all US physics departments are now members, creating a massive impact in K-12 schools.   Working closely with a dedicated and professional team of education champions, you will become part of what real change looks like in STEM teacher preparation today. Physics is foundational to learning and teaches critical thinking and problem-solving skills needed in many careers that drive the US economy. Your work will directly impact thousands of students and teachers while supporting the future of physics in academia, national laboratories, and industry across the US.     A Snapshot of the Work You’ll Do - Program strategy. Reporting to the Head of Education you will evaluate and shape programs proven to advance education in the physics community, including the Physics Teacher Education Coalition (PhysTEC) and Get the Facts Out (GFO) while managing stakeholder needs and expectations. - Capacity building. Work closely with PhysTEC sites to evaluate, develop, and implement capacity-building activities, including leadership development, grant writing assistance, and more. - Community organizing. Build relationships across APS, including with project team directors, members, and program participants, to advance program goals with a shared sense of purpose and mission.                 Work Environment, Salary, and Benefits - APS operates in a remote-first environment that promotes equal treatment and equal access, independent of physical work location. We provide a laptop/monitor for telework and offer flexible work hours to accommodate time differences for meetings and events as requested. - This position requires domestic travel for site visits and conferences periodically throughout the year. - The budgeted salary for this position is $90K - $113K with a robust benefits package that includes 14 holidays (including an annual one-week year-end closure in December) plus personal, vacation, and sick days, medical/dental/vision plans, retirement contribution equal to 8% of base salary, lifestyle spending account, tuition assistance, and more.   Qualifications - A master’s degree is required, preferably in physics, a PhD is preferred. - Eight (8) or more years of experience in program management and administration including expertise in program evaluation, grant writing, and complex project management. - Expertise in issues affecting physics, physics education, and physics teacher education, including knowledge of effective faculty development and familiarity with the higher education landscape and department constraints. - Demonstrated communication skills to present complex and technical information to audiences across organizations including experience developing supporting materials that are engaging, complete, and accurate. - Ability to travel domestically 3-6 times per year for site visits and conferences. - All APS Employees must be vaccinated and provide proof of vaccination upon hire unless HR approves a medical or religious exemption.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - You will work with a team of experts passionate about making a lasting difference on a national level for STEM education and the broader physics community. Your colleagues are welcoming, gracious, and eager to help each other succeed. - APS is a financially strong, mission-driven organization with an inclusive and collegial work culture. Our financial strength allows us to invest in innovative programs to advance physics education, and you will have the professional support needed to succeed in this role.   About Us APS is a nonprofit membership organization working to advance and diffuse the knowledge of physics through its outstanding research journals, scientific meetings, and education, outreach, advocacy, and international activities. We represent more than 50,000 members, including physicists in academia, national laboratories, and industry in the United States and throughout the world. APS Core Values Core values are essential to shaping the culture of an organization. They provide the structure and guidance for how we conduct ourselves in our day-to-day interactions. Every employee has a responsibility to uphold these values.   - The Scientific Method - Truth and Integrity - Diversity, Inclusion, and Respect - Partnering, Cooperation, and Open Collaboration - Speaking Out - Education and Learning   To Apply We encourage you to apply even if your experience is not a 100% match with the position description; we will consider people from a variety of backgrounds and career experiences.   Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Lilly Khan at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “APS – Program Lead Education #2022-2744 SA” as the subject.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. 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.   
Job ID
2022-2744
Telecommute
Yes
Job Locations US-MD-College Park
Policy Analyst Comprehensive science policy journalism builds a critical bridge between policymakers, scientific researchers, and the public, simultaneously improving policy and research. Published by the American Institute of Physics (AIP) since 1989, FYI is an authoritative and respected source of federal science policy news and analysis. Our in-depth reporting is trusted by policymakers and prominent figures in the scientific community nationwide. At FYI, we seek to clarify policy activity and deliver nuanced insight into its impacts on the scientific community. As a Policy Analyst, you will apply your working knowledge of policy to create content across our products, distilling various sources into comprehensive and informative pieces for our influential readership. You will have a key voice in evolving FYI’s editorial strategy, strengthening our style, and optimizing our processes. By reporting on key policy changes that affect the physical sciences, your work will inform national decision makers and scientists on the ground, empowering them to better navigate the policy landscape.     A Snapshot of the Work You’ll Do - Write news and analysis articles about legislative activity and science agency initiatives, focusing on physical science programs across DOE, NSF, NASA, DOD, NOAA, NIST, NIH, and USGS. - Create content that distills takeaways from congressional hearings and federal advisory committee meetings; write concise summaries of pending and enacted legislation. - Analyze budget proposals and outcomes for science agencies.   Work Environment, Salary, and Benefits - AIP embraces a flexible hybrid work environment to balance in-person collaborative work with remote work. The FYI team works primarily remotely, with in-office collaboration at our College Park, Maryland, location as needed. Employees are required to reside in Maryland, Virginia, or Washington, D.C. - The budgeted salary range for this position is $59-68K with a comprehensive benefits plan, including 25 days of PTO, medical/dental/vision coverage, an annual retirement contribution of 10% of base pay, tuition assistance, commuter benefits, and more.   Qualifications - A bachelor’s degree is required with three or more years of experience in policy reporting or policy analysis, preferably in a related field. - Demonstrated ability to write content on tight deadlines. - Familiarity with legislative and executive branch dynamics. - Familiarity with multiple science agencies is preferred.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - In this role, you’ll develop a high level of expertise in federal budget processes and how to follow the money in science policy. - Your work will impact our influential readership of congressional staff, top federal officials, and prominent figures in the scientific community, advancing understanding for the public good. - Your colleagues at AIP are welcoming, gracious, and eager to help each other succeed. With our commitment to community service, institute-wide social opportunities, and ongoing learning and development, AIP is a rewarding place to work.   About AIP The American Institute of Physics is a 501(c)(3) membership corporation of scientific societies. Our mission is to advance, promote, and serve the physical sciences for the benefit of humanity. We operate as a center of excellence using policy analysis, social science, and historical research to promote future progress in the physical sciences.   To Apply We encourage you to apply even if your experience is not a 100% match with the position description; we will consider people from a variety of backgrounds and career experiences. Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Lilly Khan at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “AIP – Policy Analyst #2022-2747 SA” as the subject of the email.   Job responsibilities are similar to the following positions: Science Writer.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. 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.  Internally this position is referred to as:  Science Policy Analyst  
Job ID
2022-2747
Job Locations US-DC-Washington, D.C.
Industry Program Director (Remote/Hybrid)   With industry accounting for more than one-fourth of US greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, its decarbonization is essential for combating climate change. Our key target atthe American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy(ACEEE) is to halve domestic energy use and associated GHG emissions by 2050 through industry decarbonization and other energy efficiency solutions. We are looking for a persuasive industrial expert to translate our vision into policy action as our Industry Program Director.   Industrial decarbonization will also reduce costs, boost US competitiveness, and protect and grow the nation’s 20 million industry jobs. We can only achieve these aims by building on the decarbonization pillars of energy and resource efficiency, electrification, low-carbon fuels, and carbon capture. With unprecedented federal investment in energy and climate and growing interest from industrial companies, this position will enable you to make a significant impact.   The Work You’ll Do - In this high-profile role, you will be well-supported to advance the goals identified in our 2022-2024 strategic plan. These goals include reducing industrial GHG emissions by a third by 2030 while ensuring half of US manufacturing facilities use strategic energy management, and decarbonizing industry while retaining its economic vitality and global competitiveness by 2050. - You will engage with other organizations and lead the development of industry-focused conference programs and stakeholder convenings, which includes ACEEE’s Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Industry, the premier conference on industrial energy efficiency policy and programs. - You will shape our research and policy agenda in the industrial sector, attracting and inspiring a team of researchers to deliver high-quality, credible, relevant research relied on by policymakers, business and industry decision-makers, consumers, media, and other energy professionals. - You and your team will lead projects and advise international, federal, state, and local leaders in identifying the best areas of opportunity and steps to accelerate market transformation. With support from the Senior Director for Research, your team’s work will empower people, establish policy, enhance processes, and enable action toward a sustainable industrial future.   Work Environment, Salary, and Benefits - We may consider full-time remote work for the right match of skills and experience, but candidates who live near DC may enjoy a hybrid work environment at our DC office. ACEEE will provide dedicated office space to employees who come in three or more days a week and offers hoteling options. - The budgeted salary range for this role is $116K - $160K. - ACEEE offers competitive compensation, based on qualifications and experience, with opportunities for career development. Benefits include ACEEE’s generous 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.   About ACEEE A national nonprofit research organization based in Washington, DC, ACEEE conducts independent analysis and develops transformative policies to build a vibrant and equitable economy that uses energy more productively, protects the environment, and promotes health, safety, and well-being for all. ACEEE is committed to fostering, cultivating, and preserving a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion while weaving equity into our research and policy work. In the industrial sector, we are leaders in strategic energy management, smart manufacturing, utility efficiency program best practices, efficient motors, and motor-driven equipment, combined heat and power systems, and supporting research and development for emerging industrial processes. We recently played a leadership role in developing the newly published DOE Industrial Decarbonization Roadmap. And we refocused our efforts on the need to reduce planet-warming emissions five years ago, releasing an overview report and launching a Decarbonize Industry Initiative in 2020.  We will measure the success of our industry program over the next three years by tracking progress in the United States toward the numbers of pilots and demonstrations of low-carbon technology, regional clusters pursuing decarbonization projects, states and cities adopting procurement specifications favoring low-embodied-carbon products, large US companies using strategic energy management and setting science-based targets that use efficiency, engagements with minority-serving institutions, and the increase in the number of individuals trained to be energy managers (including underrepresented minorities).   Responsibilities - Develop, articulate, and implement a strategic vision and work plan for the ACEEE Industry Program. - Lead and oversee research on industrial energy topics focusing on technologies, policies, and program opportunities to improve energy efficiency and productivity and reduce greenhouse gases, leading to equitable outcomes. - Build and cultivate relationships with companies, trade associations, labor, policymakers, program implementers, community-based organizations, researchers, and other stakeholders on issues relating to industrial energy efficiency, productivity, and greenhouse gas reduction programs and policies; lead technical assistance for these groups. - Represent ACEEE in external discussions on program and policy issues through speaking roles at conferences, roundtable discussions, and legislative and regulatory hearings. - Further ACEEE’s reputation as a credible and authoritative voice on industrial technologies, markets, programs, and policies through outreach, presenting ACEEE research, writing memos, submitting formal comments, and engagement with media. - Supervise Industry Program team members; mentor staff in their research and career development; coach them to achieve program goals in a timely way. - Fundraise in support of the research agenda and work of the Industry Program in close coordination with the director of development and ACEEE executive team. - Oversee large research and outreach projects ensuring project deliverables stay on schedule and within budget; administrate the industry program, including budget and schedule management.   Qualifications - An advanced degree in a relevant field (Ph.D. a plus); a degree or relevant experience in engineering, sciences, or public policy is preferred. - Ten years of experience working in or with industry in a technical and policymaking capacity preferred, with demonstrated ability to translate research findings into policy action. Experience with manufacturing technologies, energy management, and industrial analysis is strongly preferred. Experience in non-manufacturing industries is a plus. - Superb organization and project management skills, with demonstrated ability to collaborate effectively with diverse groups of people. - Demonstrated leadership, supervisory, coaching, fundraising, and relationship management experience, including strong demonstrated success managing key external relationships. - Strong convening and collaboration skills with proven meeting leadership and facilitation abilities. - Strong written and verbal communication skills, with extensive experience in public presentations, testimony, and interaction with the press strongly preferred. - Knowledge of corporate management, finance, and/or industrial project financing is a plus.   Attributes - Entrepreneurial leader. You understand the big picture, our mission, and what is important to stakeholders. You are an energetic and ambitious advocate for ACEEE and work to increase visibility, amplify impact, and influence others. - Effective communicator. You are a superb writer, thinker, and listener. You are able to organize and deliver complex information to a variety of audiences in a credible and accessible way. - Organizationally agile. You effectively work across agencies and organizations to build long-standing relationships. You seek out and respect other viewpoints while sharing your insights. - Supreme relationship builder. You have a proven track record of getting results by building strong relationships and partnerships. You are confident and assertive, approachable, and responsive. You listen to and respect the views of others. - Skilled project manager. Whether it’s something that requires a quick turnaround or a long-term commitment, you organize the response efficiently and reliably from start to finish. You bring order to competing priorities and keep things running smoothly. - Commitment to equity and justice. You understand the importance of advancing social and racial equity within teams, our organization, and the field.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - Your work will help shape policy in the energy and industrial sectors on a global scale, accelerating the development of low-carbon technologies, improving energy efficiency, and creating a just transition for employees as economies shift into more sustainable production methods and products. Your team’s research will form the policy foundation that leads to greater economic prosperity, energy equity, and environmental protection for all people. - 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 intellectually stimulating.   To Apply We encourage you to apply even if your experience is not a 100% match with the position description; we will consider people from a variety of backgrounds and career experiences. Simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “ACEEE – Industry Program Director #2022-2741 SA” as the subject of the email.   Job responsibilities are similar to the following positions: Manager, Carbon and Energy, Scientist, Program Director, Industrial Program Director, Technical and Scientific Advisor, Industrial Research Director, Energy Research Director.   Please note: The budgeted salary range for this position is $116K - $160K   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. 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.     
Job ID
2022-2741
Job Locations US-DC-Washington, DC
Product Manager   As the Product Manager for Reading Is Fundamental (RIF), you will develop and execute roadmaps to enhance and expand our digital portfolio, translate user feedback into actionable product enhancements for the development team, and ensure our digital properties run efficiently and effectively. In partnership with children’s literacy experts and the RIF leaders of marketing and programs and content, you will create strategies to ensure we have a diverse, engaging, stable, and sustainable digital portfolio. The current portfolio is comprised of four products and is a mix of successful and well-established web-based products and applications (RIF.org and Skybrary) and emerging open-access resources (Literacy Central and Literacy Network). RIF is a collaborative and passionate team dedicated to creating a literate America. Your work will ensure our digital products provide measurable value for educators, children, and families, are easy and fun to use, and evolve to support learners with equitable access to high-quality and engaging content anytime, anywhere.   The Work You’ll Do - With a user-centered approach, evaluate the current digital portfolio to identify and prioritize needed feature enhancements; develop and implement product roadmaps; manage product enhancements with our engineering team; and create future capabilities, for example, scaling up to support middle school learners. - Establish systems to gather qualitative and quantitative user feedback, conduct market trend analysis, and analyze relevant site data to develop high-quality integrated digital experiences that meet our users’ needs and stakeholder requirements. - Manage enhancements to our content management system (Drupal) that supports the majority of the digital portfolio. - Manage vendor relationships to ensure our digital portfolio remains relevant and adapts to the rapidly changing digital environment. - Provide supervision and guidance to the Web Content Associate.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - As the Product Manager, you will own the strategy for our entire suite of digital products, build from our strong network of active and engaged users, and usher our organization into the next era of what educators and children need to succeed through reading. - You’ll work alongside an innovative team of professionals passionate about reaching learners to support a culture of literacy and deliver collective impact nationwide. - Throughout our 55-year history, RIF has been a champion of racial justice and equity through literacy. Your work will ensure that our products support reducing the gap in reading performance among underrepresented student populations.   Qualifications - Bachelor’s degree in a related field and 7-10 years of experience in all aspects of product development. - Proven track record of managing a variety of technology platforms. - Demonstrated success with project management, project budgeting, and vendor relations. - Experience working with key stakeholders to define product requirements based on business objectives and stakeholder input. - Understanding of content management systems; Drupal is preferred. - Experience in K-12 education or consumer-based children’s products is preferred.   Salary, Work Environment, and Benefits - The budgeted salary range for this position is $110K- $120K. - RIF supports our employees’ work-life balance. You’ll enjoy a hybrid work schedule that balances the flexibility of working from home with the synergy of working alongside your co-workers in the office. - RIF offers a comprehensive benefits package including health, dental & vision plans, generous annual leave, a 403(b) plan with company contribution, and company-paid life and disability.   About Reading Is Fundamental Reading Is Fundamental is committed to a literate America by inspiring a passion for reading among all children, providing quality content to make an impact and engaging communities in the solution to give every child the fundamentals for success. We believe every child deserves an opportunity to own books, learn how to read, and obtain the fundamental building blocks to achieve their highest potential. Literacy opens doors and enables every child the chance to live their own journey. Through partnerships with book publishers, volunteers, community groups, organizations, and like-minded corporations, we have distributed more than 420 million books and impacted the lives of more than 72 million children in all 50 states, D.C., and Puerto Rico.   To Apply We encourage you to apply even if your experience is not a 100% match with the position description; we will consider people from a variety of backgrounds and career experiences.   Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Lilly Khan at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “RIF – Product Manager #2022-2743 SA” as the subject.   Job responsibilities are similar to the following positions: Lead Product Owner,  Senior Product Manager , Product Owner.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. 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.    IND123
Job ID
2022-2743
Job Locations US-DC-Washington, DC
Chief Science and Policy Officer (remote/hybrid)   As a member of the American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC)’s senior leadership team reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), leading three direct reports and a total staff of 19, you will lead the external and internal science, policy, and global affairs strategies across three departments: - Science, Policy, and Global Affairs - Professional Education and Credentialing - Publications The field of laboratory medicine is rapidly growing with emerging technologies and the expansion of point-of-care testing outside of hospital settings. AACC is elevating its portfolios to meet member needs better and attract professionals from the broader field of laboratory medicine (endocrinologists, infectious disease specialists, geneticists, clinical microbiologists, and more), providing essential, clinically relevant content that inspires scientific breakthroughs within a community of advocacy and support. With a newly restructured education team in place, a respected publications portfolio (we have the leading journal in the field), and from a position of advocacy leadership (including developing better pediatric reference intervals and modernizing oversight of laboratory-developed tests), you’ll drive programs and policies that provide measurable value for members and non-members and spark new engagement with AACC across the laboratory medicine and diagnostics community.   How You’ll Impact the Association and the Broader Scientific Community - Ensure the portfolio of education products and offerings is robust, current, and highly valuable to members and other customers, including live programs and digital education on topics related to lab medicine, including emerging technologies and therapeutics, AI/machine learning, data science, molecular diagnostics, and more. - Guide the formulation and implementation of the strategic advocacy agenda and ensure key policy goals are met, furthering AACC’s commitment to work against adverse forces in laboratory medicine and diagnostics. - Ensure our scholarly publications maintain the highest quality and standards while providing an easy and effective way for members and non-members to stay current and knowledgeable; modernize our publications structure and optimize our business model. - Ensure accreditation and certification programs meet the highest standards and serve the needs of the field and the broader healthcare enterprise, providing members and non-members a partner to advance their careers.   Work Environment and Benefits - Our most important asset is our people. We value a healthy work-life balance and currently offer a 35-hour work week with a hybrid schedule of four days remote and one day onsite in our northwest Washington, DC, office. - We offer an exceptional benefits program, including 21 days of PTO in addition to three personal days, thirteen paid holidays, paid family, bereavement, volunteer, and pet leave, medical/dental/vision plans, up to a 10% match retirement contribution, and more. We also offer a Dress for Your Day policy, an onsite fitness center, and convenient access to Metro. - You will like who you work with. Our staff are a diverse team dedicated to supporting our members, AACC’s mission, and each other. We are a respectful, energetic, and collegial group of passionate and committee colleagues. We work and win together.   Qualifications - A master’s or doctoral degree in chemistry or a related discipline is strongly preferred. - Five or more years of experience serving in a senior-level scientific or public policy position in a healthcare-related professional membership organization. - Track record of success in designing and advancing public policy initiatives to enhance the visibility of the field, the association, and its members. - Proven ability to optimize programs through refinement or overhaul of systems, processes, operations, or business models. - Proven track record of liaising and facilitating strategic decision-making with volunteer groups. - Strong analytical skills for evaluating issues associated with the field of laboratory medicine and research.   Responsibilities - Work with the CEO, the c-suite, and elected leadership to achieve the goals of the AACC strategic plan. - Identify, initiate, and oversee scientific activities to further the association’s strategic goals and advance the field. - Oversee execution and expansion of global programs, including scientific and policy-focused initiatives. - Manage budgets for Science, Policy, and Global Affairs, Professional Education and Credentialing, and Publications Departments. Work with the departments to develop accurate and sustainable budgets. Review existing revenue streams and make recommendations to grow revenue. - Provide strategic counsel to elected and staff leadership regarding AACC positions on matters affecting AACC members and stakeholders. - Develop strong interpersonal and professional relationships and partnerships with other laboratory and clinical organizations both nationally and internationally to achieve the strategic and tactical goals of the association. - Promote positive relations with industry, consumer groups, government, and professional and academic institutions. - At the discretion of the CEO, manage or support association governance processes, including nominations, elections, committee appointments, and governance meetings. - Maintain and nurture strong working relationships across the association, coordinating and collaborating with the senior management team to advance the association’s mission.   About AACC The American Association for Clinical Chemistry is a 7500-member global scientific and medical professional organization dedicated to clinical laboratory science and its application to healthcare. Our leadership in education, advocacy, and collaboration helps lab professionals adapt to change and do what they do best: provide vital insight and guidance so patients get the care they need.   To Apply We encourage you to apply even if your experience is not a 100% match with the position description; we will consider people from a variety of backgrounds and career experiences. Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden atresumes@staffingadvisors.comwith “AACC - CSPO #2022-2751 SA” as the subject of the email.   Job responsibilities are similar to the following positions: Chief Science Officer, VP of Science Policy, SVP Regulatory and Scientific Affairs, Senior Director of Science Programs.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. 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.  IND123  
Job ID
2022-2751
Job Locations US-NY-New York
Head of Originations and Partnerships (remote)   As Civic Builders’ Head of Originations and Partnerships and supervising one team member, you’ll originate all transactions for the Facilities Investment Fund (FIF), a groundbreaking partnership with the Walton Family Foundation, bringing over $300 million in affordable loan capital to finance facilities for high-performing, under-resourced public charter schools and networks nationwide. As a valued senior leader, you’ll develop and lead a successful originations team to build upon our track record of closing $50-$65 million in interim financing transactions per year (up to $25 million per transaction). We have a 70% referral rate for new clients, a robust network of established contacts, and a stellar reputation in the market as the largest facilities lending platform for charter schools.   Access to facilities is one of the main barriers that impede the growth of charter schools. Civic Builders is changing things. We believe every child deserves access to a high-quality education and a beautiful place to learn. We strive to ensure access to facilities, providing children with the experiences and opportunities they deserve. Our schools are a catalyst for positive change in students' lives and the often underfunded surrounding communities. Civic Builders is committed to prioritizing these neighborhoods and ensuring access to internet, health services, and jobs.   How You’ll Make an Impact - Transaction Management. Manage school and partner relationships from initial contact through loan closing. School leaders are often inexperienced with the lending process and can be overwhelmed by the choices involved. Collaborating with the head of credit and underwriting team to ensure the deal structure meets every school’s current and future needs, you will serve as a trusted advisor and honest broker, working cross-functionally with school leaders and internal stakeholders throughout the lifecycle of the investment. - Pipeline Development. You’ll build relationships with charter schools, charter management organizations, technical assistance organizations, real estate brokers and developers, and affiliate organizations to develop a pipeline of partnerships nationwide. With a proactive, opt-in attitude, you’ll create opportunities to source transactions, from attending and presenting at charter school conferences to interacting with and presenting to school boards and school leadership teams. - Marketing. You’ll increase the visibility of the program for deserving charter schools by providing strategic guidance for our marketing team across all FIF marketing efforts, including conducting market research and developing compelling presentation and marketing materials.   Work Environment, Salary, and Benefits - You’ll enjoy a remote or purpose-driven hybrid work environment. We are flexible and eager to accommodate the needs of any candidate with the right match of skills and experience. Our local team members often collaborate two days in our NYC office with telework the rest of the week. Travel up to 40% is possible, including site visits and pipeline development opportunities. - The salary range for this role is $180k - $200k with a 10-20% bonus eligibility, with excellent benefits, including medical, dental, and vision coverage, up to 4% employer match 401(k), and generous PTO. - We are a passionate team of colleagues who care deeply about our mission to remove barriers that impede the growth of charter schools while revitalizing the surrounding communities. This mission drives our high expectations to perform and execute.   Qualifications - Bachelor’s degree is required. MBA or equivalent graduate degree preferred. - Ten years of professional experience in real estate finance and lending with a proven track record in originations and partnerships development; skilled in analyzing financial statements. - Public charter school or community development experience is preferred but not required. - Passion for Civic Builders’ mission to support high-quality education options and financial access for under-resourced communities. - Demonstrated record of exceptional relationship management and customer service at the board and executive team levels; exceptional interpersonal skills to build strong ties with internal and external stakeholders. - Understanding of commercial real estate loan terms and phases, including closing, construction, and renovation. - Proven entrepreneurial instincts and the desire to seek innovative solutions to complex challenges; ability to manage competing projects and work streams under tight deadlines. - Track record of successfully managing and developing a team to achieve performance results.   About Us Civic Builders was established in 2002 to address the immediate need for charter school facilities support. By assuming development and lending needs such as financing, design, and construction, Civic Builders helps new charter schools open and growing charter schools reach more students. Since completing the first school building opening in 2004, Civic Builders has partnered with the best educators to build or finance inspiring schools in under-resourced neighborhoods nationwide. Civic Builders works with small, independent charter schools, as well as large charter networks.   To Apply We encourage you to apply even if your experience is not a 100% match with the position description; we will consider people from a variety of backgrounds and career experiences. Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “Civic Builders – Head of Originations and Partnerships #2023-2753 SA” as the subject of the email. Please note: The budgeted salary range for this position is $180k - $200k with a 10-20% bonus eligibility. Job responsiblitites are similar to the following positions: Charter School Finance Director, Vice President of Community Development Banking, Vice President of Originations, Director of Lending. Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. 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.   IND123
Job ID
2023-2753
Telecommute
Yes
Job Locations US-MD-College Park
Careers Program Manager   The American Physical Society is advancing the future of physics in academia, industry, and the private sector with innovative and impactful science education, outreach, and advocacy programs. As Careers Program Manager, you’ll manage mentoring initiatives that impact students at a transformative point in their lives, enable mentors to give back to the physics community, and improve career development for APS members at all stages of their degree and/or career path.   With the rapid growth of the Career Mentoring (CM) Fellows Program, this is an exciting time to join the APS Careers Program team. You’ll play an essential role in scaling the CM Fellows Program while also collaborating on other department initiatives such as the Future of Physics Days.   A Snapshot of the Work You’ll Do - Collaborate with the Careers Senior Program Manager and Head of Careers to develop program strategies, assess and evaluate projects, design and create program materials, and suggest and implement policies that improve project outcomes. - Develop and manage programming for CM Fellows participating in APS division meetings, including working with executive committees on recruiting, selecting, and onboarding new Fellows, organizing virtual training sessions, managing and tracking project budgets, and processing travel reimbursements. - Organize CM Fellow activities associated with the Future of Physics Days events at APS conferences, including planning and facilitating events and meetings and managing feedback processes for student presentations. - Oversee the organization of career development webinars, including setting up and running broadcasts, training speakers, creating and maintaining webinar documentation, working with the communications team on marketing, and ensuring that all webinars are correctly archived on the APS website. - Support internal relationships with APS Programs department staff and APS staff in other departments; support external relationships with APS volunteers and members and others within the physics community.   Work Environment, Salary, and Benefits - APS operates in a remote-first environment that promotes equal treatment and equal access, independent of physical work location. We provide a laptop/monitor for telework and offer flexible work hours to accommodate time differences for meetings and events as requested. - This position requires frequent domestic travel to attend meetings and events as part of its core responsibilities. - The budgeted salary for this position is $72K - $85K. APS offers a robust benefits package that includes 14 holidays (including an annual one-week year-end closure in December) plus personal, vacation, and sick days, medical/dental/vision plans, retirement contribution equal to 8% of base salary, lifestyle spending account, tuition assistance, and more.   Qualifications - A Bachelor’s degree and three (3) or more years of program management experience are required. Preference given for experience scaling and evaluating volunteer engagement, mentoring, or career development programs. - Demonstrated experience developing engaging and accurate external-facing program materials such as proposals, brochures, reports, articles, or web-based materials. - Knowledge of the culture in physics or other STEM departments, specifically related to career development is preferred. - Proven success with project management including developing and managing project plans, collaborating across teams, meeting all objectives, deliverables, and deadlines on time and in budget, and stakeholder management. - Demonstrated success representing program or department activities at conferences. - Ability to travel domestically 3-6 times per year for conferences and meetings. - All APS Employees must be vaccinated for Covid-19 and provide proof of vaccination upon hire unless granted a medical or religious exemption from APS HR.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - APS is a financially strong, mission-driven organization known for its inclusive and collegial work culture. You will work with a team of experts passionate about making a lasting difference in the lives of students and the broader physics community. You will like who you work with, your colleagues are welcoming, gracious, and eager to help each other succeed. - As a Program Manager for the Careers team, you will see the impact of your work in the physics community. This role is rewarding, and you will hear directly from participants (both students and mentors) about the benefits of connecting through the CM Fellows program. - APS is a remote-first employer, we are committed to ensuring equal access regardless of physical location. Our teams are empowered to connect and collaborate while having the flexibility to support a healthy work-life balance.   About Us APS is a nonprofit membership organization working to advance and diffuse the knowledge of physics through its outstanding research journals, scientific meetings, and education, outreach, advocacy, and international activities. We represent more than 50,000 members, including physicists in academia, national laboratories, and industry in the United States and throughout the world. APS Core Values Core values are essential to shaping the culture of an organization. They provide the structure and guidance for how we conduct ourselves in our day-to-day interactions. Every employee has a responsibility to uphold these values.   - The Scientific Method - Truth and Integrity - Diversity, Inclusion, and Respect - Partnering, Cooperation, and Open Collaboration - Speaking Out - Education and Learning   Additional Responsibilities - Represent the department’s activities at conferences and other events. - Manage sub-awards and contracts by writing agreements, monitoring progress, reviewing outcomes, and ensuring that funder requirements are met. - Supervise summer interns, consultants, and contractors when necessary. - Facilitate events and meetings by managing task lists, agendas, and outcomes. To Apply We encourage you to apply even if your experience is not a 100% match with the position description; we will consider people from a variety of backgrounds and career experiences. Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Lilly Khan atresumes@staffingadvisors.com  with “APS – Careers Program Manager #2022-2745 SA” as the subject.   Job responsibilities are similar to the following positions: Community Manager, Senior Program Coordinator, Mentoring Program Manager, Volunteer Engagement Specialist.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. 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.   
Job ID
2022-2745
Telecommute
Yes
Job Locations US-NY-New York
Program Officer, Criminal Justice Grantmaking (hybrid/remote)   Schusterman Family Philanthropies harnesses effective philanthropy to advance racial, gender and economic equity in the US, supporting organizations working on the ground to bring about long overdue and necessary change. We are looking for aCriminal Justice Grantmaking Program Officer to join our team and make a significant impact in helping communities build capacity and shift systems at scale. Your work will support innovative violence interventions, alternative crisis response programs, and more on the path to a more just and inclusive society.   A Snapshot of the Work You’ll Do - Reporting to and working closely with the Senior Director, you will lead the grantmaking strategy for our sub-portfolio on Community Centered Health and Safety, helping to build an ecosystem of effective strategies outside the criminal legal system to make communities safer. - You’ll seek out, recommend, develop, and manage grants aimed at ending mass incarceration, repairing the harm caused by a criminal legal system built on structural racism, and creating new pathways to justice and safety. - Using your expertise in the criminal justice field and knowledge of the challenges our grantees face, you will maintain strategic partnerships with grantees, provide practical support and guidance, and help them achieve their goals. Work Environment, Salary, and Benefits - You’ll enjoy a hybrid schedule working alongside your team in our New York, NY office two days a week with telework the rest of the week. - We strive to create a work environment rooted in equity where all team members feel a sense of belonging, are treated fairly and can use their voices to advance our mission effectively. - The budgeted salary range for this role is $95,000 - $145,000 based on experience and Schusterman’s commitment to internal equity, including a strong benefits package. Schusterman supports ongoing professional development aligned with your career growth plan.   Who We Are Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Philanthropies strives for a future in which the United States and Israel live up to their ideals and achieve more just and inclusive societies.  We work to advance racial, gender and economic equity in the US, as well as to foster a more joyful and diverse Jewish community. In Israel, we work toward a secure homeland for the Jewish people, a thriving democracy and an inclusive society that cares for its most vulnerable. We aim to drive and support long-term systemic change through investments in leaders, organizations, and US public policy.    Responsibilities - Contribute to ongoing strategy development for the Criminal Justice portfolio. - Develop and steward relationships with other Schusterman entities and Schusterman grantees, program partners, and participants. - Identify prospective grantees, recommend grants to senior staff, and conduct due diligence of grant applications, including both qualitative and quantitative analyses such as business plan and budget review, field context exploration, expert and partner interviews, goal and benchmark development, etc. to meet established standards and ensure alignment with Schusterman’s strategic initiatives and grantmaking strategy, as well as the potential grantee’s mission. - Work as project manager and thought partner for open grants, including regular check-ins with grantees, analyzing and summarizing grantee reports, assisting grantees in delivering on the grant goals, meeting agreed-to milestones, and overcoming obstacles, etc. - Represent Schusterman at conferences and/or meetings as well as assist leadership in the execution of convenings and/or collaborative learning opportunities. - Travel up to 25% to attend conferences and meetings and to maintain relationships with external partners and grantees.   Qualifications - At least 6 years of professional experience working within the philanthropic and/or nonprofit sector in movement-based social justice advocacy, criminal justice policy or a related area. Experience in the areas of community-based safety strategies, violence prevention or restorative justice is preferred. - A bachelor’s degree is strongly preferred but we are willing to consider alternative qualifications if the candidate otherwise meets the qualifications for the job. - We value the experience and leadership of people who have been directly impacted by the systems we seek to change and strongly encourage individuals with lived experience with the criminal legal system to apply. - Familiarity with organizations that fit Schusterman’s funding priorities. - Strong verbal and written communication skills, interpersonal skills, and demonstrated ability to creatively solve complex problems with a willingness to learn and engage with innovative ideas. - Experience applying a racial equity, diversity and inclusion lens to projects and programs. - Proficiency in Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint as well as a thorough knowledge of basic web skills.   Personal Qualities - A commitment to Schusterman’s philosophy and mission, an understanding of the proper role of staff in a family philanthropy and a willingness to work as a team player for the good of Schusterman. - An ability to treat grantees, grant applicants, philanthropic partners, and all others with dignity, cour­tesy and respect, with humility and without condescension or other objectionable tactics. - An ability to work with diverse groups, as demonstrated by good listening and communication skills, a balanced and reasoned approach to problems, an ability to inspire trust and confidence, a flexibility in attitude and an openness to differing points of view. - An ability to combine the roles of objective evaluator and sympathetic observer. - A strong work ethic and capacity to complete assignments in a timely, organized, and efficient manner. - An ability to work independently, to accept constructive criticism and to handle pressure of multiple tasks and a high workload with resiliency and a sense of humor. - A high degree of flexibility in order to achieve organizational objectives and meet its demands/needs. - An ability to understand and interpret pertinent policies and procedures clearly and accurately, especially those requiring all Schusterman employees to maintain the highest level of confidentiality with regard to business and personal matters of Schusterman, its trustees and officers.   To Apply We encourage you to apply even if your experience is not a 100% match with the position description; we will consider people from a variety of backgrounds and career experiences. Please note: The budgeted salary range for this position is $95K - $145K   Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “Schusterman – Program Officer CJ #2022-2746 SA” as the subject of the email.   Job responsibilities are similar to the following positions: Program Director, Project Director, Senior Program Manager.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. 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.  
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2022-2746