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Director of Marketing and Communications - AHLA

 

Organization

Major changes are sweeping throughout the United States healthcare system. In the wake of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), health law is rapidly evolving. Thanks to the ACA’s complexity, medicine and the law have grown further interconnected. With the importance of complying with the law’s many regulations, the need for quality education for lawyers and practitioners in the field of health law has never been higher.

 

The American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA) is the nation's largest nonprofit educational organization devoted to legal issues in the healthcare field. AHLA addresses the issues facing our members by providing resources to those who practice in law firms, government, in-house settings, and academia, as well as educating the entire spectrum of the health industry: physicians, hospitals and health systems, health maintenance organizations, health insurers, life sciences professionals, managed care companies, nursing facilities, home care providers, and consumers.

 

With such a wide range of complex and often confusing information regarding health law, everyone needs trustworthy information. AHLA serves as a public resource on health law issues, electing not to advocate for or against any particular policy proposals, but to produce the highest quality nonpartisan educational programs, products, and services concerning health law issues.

 

Position

As the Director of Marketing and Communications you will report to the CEO and will develop and implement plans to centralize marketing and to increase membership and product sales. We are leveraging data across the organization to improve the member experience and your work will be integral to aligning our marketing efforts across a large product and services portfolio. You will enjoy the strong support of our existing resources (graphic design, analytics, and sales).

 

You will create the strategic framework to position and market AHLA’s portfolio of products (webinars, conferences, membership, Dispute Resolution Service, publications, advertising, and sponsorships), prepare and manage the annual marketing budget, and establish an overarching structure for our marketing efforts. We will rely on your expertise to strengthen our marketing strategy by developing a marketing program that drives the acquisition of new members, strengthens our position with current members, increases interest and participation in our education programs and products, and drives revenue and engagement opportunities. You will also write press releases and manage media interviews and inquiries.

 

Responsibilities of the Director of Marketing and Communications

  • Build a strategic, centralized marketing operation to achieve the objectives of organizational goals, such as improving market penetration in product areas and increasing the relevance of AHLA.
  • Develop and execute AHLA’s overall marketing and product strategy for our portfolio of existing products; identify and develop potential new products and resources; exit products that are no longer aligned with our mission and business plan.
  • Provide high-level, organization-wide strategic oversight of AHLA’s direct mail and e-mail nurturing campaigns to ensure consistent organizational messaging and optimization that supports the member experience.
  • Create campaigns that increase member acquisition and engagement through email, website, and social media nurturing programs.
  • Improve the member experience by targeting outreach efforts more carefully. Identify and improve deficiencies in the current marketing efforts.
  • Build a marketing plan that balances member exposure to and engagement with the entire portfolio of AHLA products. Improve member awareness of all our service offerings. Increase engagement of non-members (with the ultimate goal of increasing membership).
  • Reposition AHLA as relevant and attractive to the development and interests of young professionals (millennials). Expand our organization’s reach to underrepresented demographics within our current membership base.
  • Use the strength of AHLA’s data to understand how members engage with AHLA products and services. Monitor metrics and data for marketing efforts, including P&L reports. Test campaign effectiveness (e.g., A/B testing) and make adjustments to improve results.
  • Direct market research activities to keep abreast of changing demographics and other relevant issues in order to evaluate marketing and communication activities and to monitor emerging issues.
  • Develop and implement communications and media strategies that successfully deliver information and key messages to the public, including through social media platforms.
  • Build a deep understanding of the marketplace, members, channels, competitors, and industry standards.
  • Make presentations to the board on marketing and communications strategies and activities.

 

Qualifications of the Director of Marketing and Communications

  • Bachelor’s degree in business, marketing, or communications.
  • A minimum of 7 years of experience in marketing and communications with at least 2 years in a strategic leadership role, managing budgets and leading a team.
  • Deep expertise with use of online analytics, metrics, and data to interpret and monitor results, identify opportunities, and drive marketing decisions that improve overall member experience.
  • Experience in product, conference, education, and content marketing, as well as communications, production, and sales.
  • Exceptional writing, editing, and communication skills with demonstrated ability to develop and deliver multi-mode communications that convey a clear understanding of the unique needs of different audiences.
  • Knowledge of health law and the market for legal educational content is a plus. Association experience is desirable.
  • Experience with press releases, media interviews, and inquiries.
  • Track record of implementing change and getting things done.

 

Attributes of the Director of Marketing and Communications

  • Results-driven. You smoothly manage through ambiguity and are able to 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. You work cooperatively, seeking to understand concerns and realistically manage expectations. You are able to find common ground and build consensus for workable solutions. You know how to take a stand and disagree without being disagreeable.
  • Business acumen. Health law is a rapidly changing field and standards are constantly being reviewed and updated. You leverage this knowledge to create relevant marketing campaigns that provide a great member experience.

 

What’s Attractive to the Right Director of Marketing and Communications Candidate?

  • AHLA has strong, stable leadership and is financially healthy. Our CEO genuinely cares about the people who work here, what we are doing, and the positive impact we are having by being the go-to resource for our members.
  • In this role, you will have the opportunity to blaze the path for how we do marketing. This program is yours to own and build.
  • You will join a passionate, committed team that cares about our work and has pride in what we do.
  • We offer an excellent compensation package including health, dental, and life insurance; long-term and short-term disability; retirement and 401(k); 10 paid holidays; vacation and sick leave; and more.

To Apply for the Director of Marketing and Communications position with AHLA:

 

Use the “Apply” button on this page, or email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “AHLA - Director of Marketing and Communications / 2017-2269 SA" as the subject of the email.

 

Alternative Titles: Marketing and Communications Director, Director of Marketing. 

 

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. 

 

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Job ID
2017-2269
US-MD-Silver Spring

Associate Director of Certification - SIA

 

Executive Summary

In this highly visible position as Associate Director of Certification, you will manage and grow the Certified Security Project Manager (CSPM) certification program at the Security Industry Association (SIA). As the concern and complexity of security threats continue to intensify, security leaders are continuously working towards new and innovative solutions to stay vigilant and enhance safety. With no direct competitors for this type of certification, a physical security market worth $112.43 billion by 2021, and a current membership of 400,000 security professionals, building awareness and interest in the CSPM certification will be a large focus in this role.

 

At SIA, our members are making the future more productive, more secure, and more sustainable by constructing intelligent buildings and providing electronic and physical security, video surveillance, fire detection, and much more to hospitals, stadiums, universities, government buildings, transportation, retail, etc. With the intersection of technology and physical security, organizations like Facebook and Apple are also hiring security professionals. Government contracts and construction firms are trending toward requiring a CSPM for their projects. CSPM certificants have greater opportunities for career advancement than their non-certified peers. In a recent survey to current CSPM certificants, 41 percent said they earned CSPM because their employer required it and 39 percent said they received a raise after earning CSPM.

 

You will report to and work closely with the director of education and training and have the full support of the CEO and marketing to identify and cultivate relationships with the education and training leaders in global security organizations and other industries (e.g., system integrators, architecture, engineering) to promote and market the certification program. You will also strategize on how to reach security professionals who would benefit from being certified. In addition to building and growing the certification program, you will manage and oversee test development and maintence, the ISO/ANSI certification standards, and routine certification processes.

 

SIA is an international trade association representing more than 750 global security businesses which are leaders in developing solutions to protect people, residential and enterprise settings, and critical infrastructure around the world. This is an opportunity to be an integral part of a financially strong trade association where there is potential for professional growth. We have a collaborative, high-growth culture where innovation and ideas are welcomed.

 

Responsibilities of the Associate Director of Certification

Key Responsibilities

  • Assume complete ownership of the CSPM certification program, promoting and expanding awareness of the certification to various stakeholder groups.
  • Work with marketing to actively increase advertising campaigns for certification programs and perform outreach to the community.
  • Develop a strategy for key accounts management for purposes of promoting and selling the CSPM certification program.
  • Answer certification inquiries and act as the main point of contact for all customer service related issues. Maintain daily activities of the certification program including communications with potential candidates, candidates, and certified individuals.
  • Maintain certification records and respond to certification verification requests. Manage the upkeep of the certification database.
  • Ensure compliance with all maintenance and recertification requirements. Support online community for certificants. Work closely with the Marketing Department to implement marketing and sales plans for the certification program.
  • Ensure the required number of certificants are audited annually and approved in a timely fashion.
  • Assess program strengths and weaknesses and create an action plan to address deficiencies. Review current documentation for consistency, making changes to the certificant experience process as appropriate.
  • Create policies and procedures to comport to anticipated accreditation by ANSI.
  • Oversee processing of all fees associated with certification / recertification
  • Work closely with the education department staff to share information regarding designations and certification.
  • Coordinate the recertification process and implement the reinstatement process, including marketing to lapsed members.

Test Development and Maintenance

  • Support the certification committee and certification vendor on the development of testing policies, procedures and guidelines, Job Task Analysis updates, and item writing/banking for the certification
  • Coordinate the testing process with our examination provider.
  • Liaise with certification committee members for the development of item writing activities.

 

Qualifications of the Associate Director of Certification

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent.
  • 5 to 7 years’ experience in the certification profession, either at a stand-alone certification board or in the certification department of a member or trade association.
  • Strong marketing skills with the ability to execute from concept through delivery.
  • Ability to travel to industry-related events.
  • Financial acumen required to monitor and analyze budgets.

 

Attributes of the Associate Director of Certification

  • Entrepreneurial. Our certification program has huge growth potential and we need a business-savvy/growth-minded person to see it through to fruition.
  • Driven. You love a challenge and you will dive in headfirst to tackle it.
  • Supreme relationship builder. You have a proven track record of getting results by building strong relationships and partnerships. You are self-confident and assertive, approachable and responsive. You listen to and respect the views of others.
  • Passionate. You are excited about professional development and understand the impact it can have on individuals’ personal and professional lives.
  • Project manager. You are exceptionally skilled at keeping the trains running on time. You are able to juggle multiple projects and tasks, allocate and optimize resources, reduce risks, manage timelines, and get the work done.
  • Creative. You understand the big picture and seize opportunities as they arise. You are intellectually curious and a strong consensus builder; you consistently identify new ways to make things better.

 

What’s Attractive to the Right Associate Director of Certification Candidate?

  • This is an opportunity to be an integral part of a financially strong trade association where there is potential for professional growth.
  • This is an exciting time to join the organization and make your mark. SIA has a collaborative, high-growth culture where innovation and ideas are welcomed.
  • You will have work life balance. SIA offers a flexible work schedule, including a two-day- a-week telework option.
  • We offer an excellent compensation package including generous health and dental insurance, flex spending account; life insurance; long-term and short-term disability; 401(k) that matches up to 6 percent match; free parking; transit allowance; paid holidays; 20 days of vacation; 5 sick days; 12 weeks paid parental leave; and flexible work schedules. You have the flexibility to work from home up to two days per week.

 

To Apply for the Associate Director of Certification position with SIA:

Use the "Apply" button on this page, or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “SIA – Associate Director of Certification / 2017-2267 SA” as the subject of the email.

Alternative Titles: Certification Manager, Professional Development Manager, Manager of Certification, Senior Manager of Certification.

 

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.

 

IND123

Job ID
2017-2267
US-MD-Landover

National Institute Director (Remote Work Opportunity) – Epilepsy Foundation

 

 

Every year, 1 out of 1,000 adults and 1 out of 4,500 children with epilepsy die from Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP). Neurologists know that sudden unexpected death in epilepsy is second to stroke as a cause of years of life lost because of a neurological disorder, but somehow it remains a little-known and seldom-mentioned phenomenon. Many neurologists didn’t learn about SUDEP in medical school and some intentionally don’t inform patients — deciding it wouldn’t help them to know.

 

As the Director of SUDEP Institute within the Epilepsy Foundation, you will create partnerships that promote research, education, and awareness so that patients have the full picture, and loved ones don’t learn about SUDEP when it is too late. In this role, and in coordination with the SUDEP Institute Advisory board, you will establish meaningful and measurable goals, all driving towards greater SUDEP public awareness, and ultimately the elimination of SUDEP. To do this, you will coordinate and manage program activities, collaborate with other organizations involved in SUDEP education, advocacy, and research, as well as work with our local network of 50 foundations. We will rely on you to take projects from start to finish, facilitate partnerships, have your pulse on the issues, build strong and informative communications, listen for and learn about opportunities for funding, and set overall priorities. We are in the early stages of building our momentum; the Epilepsy Foundation and SUDEP Advisory Board has set a goal for the SUDEP Institute  to become self-sufficient within three years (raising $500,000+ from donors and partners).

 

In this role, you will be an employee of the Epilepsy Foundation and report to the SUDEP Institute board leadership. You will have wide-ranging stakeholders that you work with and support in this role — those with epilepsy and their families, bereaved families, the medical community, medical examiners, the research community, donors, and the Epilepsy Foundation. While you will have sole responsibility for managing all SUDEP Institute operations, you will have the full support of the Epilepsy Foundation, including access to all of our resources. Your success in this role will be measured by your ability to move the mission forward – ending early mortality and supporting families affected by this and epilepsy.

 

Responsibilities of the National Institute Director 

  • Develop and implement, with the SUDEP Institute Advisory Board’s leadership, the goals of the SUDEP Institute and all mortality-related activities of the Foundation.
  • Serve as key staff liaison to the SUDEP Institute Advisory Board, coordinating regular calls and updates.
  • Collaborate with other health and professional organizations concerned with SUDEP and mortality.
  • Develop and maintain current, accurate public information on SUDEP and mortality-related issues for the Foundation, ensuring the content is available in health-literate formats for families, individuals, and affiliates. This includes all media platforms of the Foundation, including articles for newsletters, materials and resources for our website, social media, pamphlets, and online
  • Develop public awareness campaigns with the communications team related to SUDEP and the prevention of early mortality.
  • Support and promote healthcare professional education on SUDEP and mortality in coordination with the Foundation’s professional education activities both in the home office and in the local network.
  • Coordinate support for those bereaved through the Foundation’s information and referral staff and bereavement counselors. Evaluate and modify the supports provided as needed.
  • Support partner organizations with coordination, development, and implementation of the bi-annual Partners against Mortality in Epilepsy conference.
  • Oversee budgets, expense, and staff supporting the SUDEP Institute and other projects as assigned.

 

Qualifications of the National Institute Director 

  • At least seven years of experience in project oversight, management, and implementation; public awareness and outreach; written and oral communication; and advocacy.
  • A Bachelor’s degree is required. An advanced degree is a plus.
  • Ability to connect, coordinate, and work well with diverse audiences, including physicians, medical examiners and pathologists, SUDEP and other epilepsy-related partners, and those who have experienced personal loss due to epilepsy.
  • Experience with health education and communications for serious diseases, illnesses, and disorders. Complementary experience with bereavement is preferred.
  • Basic knowledge of legislative and regulatory principles for systems advocacy/change.
  • Ability to work beyond normally scheduled hours, and travel, on occasion.

 

Attributes of the National Institute Director

  • Strong business acumen. You set priorities wisely and know how to make tough resource allocation decisions, always finding a way to forward strategic initiatives while enriching relationships. You also know how to translate strategy into action.
  • Mission-driven. You understand the big picture and easily translate our objectives that impact public policy. You get what matters and what serves the mission.
  • Results-driven. You see the big picture and the details, monitor your key performance metrics, and take the action necessary to produce results.
  • Project manager. You thrive on checklists, advance planning, and follow-through, skillfully managing numerous daily commitments and competing priorities.
  • Rapport-builder. You have a natural ability to bring people together and to develop strong, collaborative relationships both within and outside the organization.
  • Great communicator. You are articulate, persuasive, and willing to listen to and respect the views of others. You confidently engage with stakeholders at all levels to define needs and expectations. You collaborate on projects and communicate results.
  • Flexible. You are comfortable working in a fluid environment and are capable of making adjustments in both day-to-day and larger-scale activities based on new information and situations.

 

What’s Attractive to the Right National Institute Director Candidate?

  • The success of the Institute will have significant life-saving impact on potentially millions of individuals living with epilepsy and their families.
  • This program is board driven and is yours to own and build. You will have the opportunity to blaze the path forward and significantly build this enterprise all while being supported by Foundation resources.
  • This is a high visibility role where you will build relationships across organizations and in many different industries. You will become the go-to person and a trusted resource for SUDEP.
  • We offer a comprehensive benefits package including the ability to work in our local office or 100% remote, vacation and sick leave, holidays, medical, dental and vision insurance, long and short-term disability, 401k with match, and more. 

 

To Apply for the National Institute Director with the Epilepsy Foundation:

Internally this position title is Director of SUDEP Institute.

Use the "Apply" button on this page or email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “Epilepsy Foundation – SUDEP Director / 2017-2264 SA” as the subject of the email. 

 

Alternative Titles:  Project Director, National Director, Deputy Director, Institute Director, Foundation Director  

 

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. 

 

 

IND123 

Job ID
2017-2264
US-DC-Washington, DC

Director of Human Resources (part-time) - AFF

 

Organization Overview

The American Forest Foundation (AFF) works on the ground with family forest owners, partners, and elected officials to promote stewardship and protect our nation’s forest heritage. AFF is leading the way in connecting family forest landowners with technical and financial assistance to better steward their land in service to measurable landscape-scale conservation impacts. The recruitment, development, assessment, and retention of talented professionals to accomplish our goals is central to our future success. We are a committed, metrics-driven learning organization that actively gathers and distributes knowledge to improve our results. Our human resources strategy and functions must nurture a culture that supports those attributes. The Director of Human Resources is a newly created role to ensure our success in these areas. The position is a part-time position (20 – 25 hours/week) where you will work onsite in Washington, D.C. and will report to the VP, Finance & Administration, but will work extensively with all of AFF’s senior managers.

 

Executive Summary

In this role, you will serve the needs of our organization and our 40 employees, many of whom work remotely. You will play both strategic and tactical roles in developing and administering human resource programs and policies that contribute to the success of our employees and AFF. In this role, you will manage all the fundamentals of human resources (benefits, compensation, compliance, recruiting, assessment, etc.) while focusing on employee development, employee performance, onboarding, and organizational culture. We seek a leader that can use these tools to make us more effective as an organization.

 

AFF requires a proactive, confident, and collaborative individual who can successfully manage all aspects of HR, advise and guide managers and senior leadership, and be responsive to employee needs. You will work in partnership with leadership to ensure that the “people processes” are aligned to support AFF’s goals. You will evaluate current processes and best practices, and make recommendations for changes to AFF’s policies and practices. In addition, you will implement and lead recommended changes. We want a partner that can help us instill these attributes across the organization.

 

Your First Year as the Director of Human Resources

At the end of your first year, you would know that you had been successful if you could look back and see that you had accomplished the following:

  • You immersed yourself in the culture of the organization, developed a broad understanding of how we work, and now have a firm understanding of AFF’s long-term goals and how human resources can support said goals.
  • You took a pro-active approach to employee engagement and developed strong relationships and built trust with AFF’s staff and senior leadership.
  • In collaboration with senior leadership, you established an effective and consistent process for recruiting, interviewing, selecting, and onboarding new employees.
  • You served as a resource to all managers and strengthened their skills in goal setting and performance management.
  • In collaboration with senior leadership, you developed and began to implement a plan to evolve AFF’s culture to one that supports employee engagement, development, and retention, to best achieve AFF’s long-term success and progress towards organizational objectives.
  • You evaluated AFF’s performance management and compensation practices and, in collaboration with senior leadership, made recommendations for enhancements/improvements as appropriate.

Responsibilities as the Director of Human Resources

You will be responsible for the overall leadership, administration, coordination, and evaluation of the human resources function and your key responsibilities will include:

 

Recruiting and Performance Management

  • Source, screen, and present qualified and inspiring candidates for AFF staff positions that have a record of outstanding success, share a passion for our mission, have skills that can help us accomplish our challenging goals, excel in a team environment, and add diversity to our ranks.
  • Support hiring managers in selection and compensation decisions.
  • Identify and establish recruiting approaches which support the organization’s growth and evolution, with a particular focus on expanding diversity within AFF’s staff.
  • Implement and maintain an effective on-boarding process for new employees that provides them with an introduction to all of AFF’s programs and staff.
  • Establish consistent processes for and improvements to recruiting, interviewing, onboarding, and performance management systems.
  • Negotiate with and oversee external recruiters and outside consultants as needed.
  • Work directly with managers to develop their skills in recruiting, hiring, performance management, and leadership.
  • Conduct exit interviews to determine reasons behind separations; use the information to coach supervisors and devise training programs to increase retention and employee satisfaction.

Compensation, Benefits, and Talent Management

  • Maintain a compensation and benefits program that is aligned with the structure and strategy of AFF and which properly positions AFF’s pay competitiveness in the market.
  • Ensure benefits and compensation programs that are fair to employees and cost effective for AFF.
  • Develop a strong professional development program linked to enhancing the overall quality of AFF staff and staff’s ability to deliver on AFF strategies.
  • Work with managers to develop legally defensible job descriptions and individual employee career development strategies that provide a basis for both compensation and career advancement.
  • Administer the annual salary review, merit increase, market adjustment, and bonus distribution processes.
  • Work with brokers and other vendors to negotiate renewals and maintain competitive benefit and compensation programs.
  • Effectively communicate benefit and compensation programs to staff and ensure they have access to the necessary information that they require to effectively use their benefits.
  • Coach managers to improve their ability and effectiveness communicating with their team members about compensation, benefit value, and career development opportunities.

Employee Relations and Advisory Services

  • Serve as a resource for managers and team members on employee relations issues and resolution; performance management; measures and reporting; team and skill building initiatives; and talent management and development.
  • Coach and mentor executives and managers to effectively use the full range of HR tools (performance, compensation, training and development, mentoring, coaching, etc.) to maximize team benefit.
  • Develop, implement, and monitor policies and programs that sustain a consistent, productive, efficient culture and environment and facilitate a positive employee experience.
  • Be a resource for managers and team members’ questions about policies, benefits, employment law, etc. and assist them in problem-solving and conflict resolution.
  • Introduce and explain new or revised policies, procedures, and laws.

Essential Education, Experience, Skills, and Competencies as the Director of Human Resources

This position requires the following:

  • Four-year degree in business management, human resources, or related field.
  • HR certification from a recognized, accredited program.
  • A minimum of 5 years’ experience in an HR management role, advising senior-level staff on strategic and operational policy and programs.
  • Deep understanding of HR principles and best practices in the areas of employee relations, performance management, recruiting, organizational development, inclusion, staff relations, change management, compensation, and legal compliance.
  • Thorough working knowledge of applicable federal and state labor laws and regulations.
  • Stellar interpersonal and relationship building skills.
  • Demonstrated employee relations skills including conflict resolution, alternative dispute processes, and facilitation skills.
  • Strong problem solving/analytical skills to investigate, formulate, and implement recommendations and action plans.

Required Attributes as the Director of Human Resources

  • Service Orientation: You are committed to providing the highest level of service. You are approachable, flexible, and responsive. You confidently engage with staff at all levels and are known for your poise, tact, and diplomacy.
  • Excellent Communicator: People know that you have their best interests in mind and that you are sincere in your communications. You have strong interpersonal skills and are able to interface effectively at all levels of the organization.
  • Poise and Perspective: Colleagues respect you for your HR expertise and appreciate how you can evaluate issues from both an individual and organizational perspective. You effortlessly communicate the message appropriate to your audience whether the matter is personnel or policy related. You have excellent judgment and work confidently with people at all levels.
  • Coach, Mentor, and Builder: You have proven experience coaching, mentoring, and developing staff at all professional levels, skillfully identifying and promoting talent, and building smooth leadership transitions and performance continuity.
  • Analytical: You have incisive analytical skills and the ability to make critical assessments. You can identify and frame problems and set priorities.

What’s Attractive to the Right Director of Human Resources Candidate?

  • You will work with all levels of the organization and will be a sought-after strategic advisor and HR leader.
  • Your contributions and leadership will be appreciated. Our staff is passionate, dedicated, and good at what they do and will be deeply appreciative of your efforts to create and preserve an environment that is both fun and fair.
  • We offer a flexible work environment that respects your life outside of work.
  • AFF is financially sound and growing.
  • AFF offers a comprehensive and very competitive benefits package.

 

To Apply for the Director of Human Resources position with AFF:

 

Use the "Apply" button on this page or email your resume to Gina Schurman at resumes@staffingadvisors.com  with "AFF - Director of HR / 2017-2263 SA" as the subject of the email.

 

Alternative Titles:  Human Resources Director, Senior HR Generalist, Senior HR Manager, Director HR and Administration, HR Consultant, Senior Manager of HR and Administration, Human Resources Manager, HR Administrator. 

 

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
2017-2263
US-MD-Rockville

Senior Director (VP-level), Communications and Marketing - ARVO

 

Organization

Conducting research to help find treatments for vision disorders and blindness is what our members do. It is through passion and commitment that our nearly 12,000 physicians and scientists strive to make new discoveries. The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) staff spend every day supporting these innovative researchers from around the world so together we can save the sight of many.

 

Eye and vision research is not always an easy career to pursue. Funding is often a challenge. Access to a diverse group of scientists is vital – to share lessons learned and expertise, for mentoring, and to build collaborations so that discoveries can be turned into treatments and cures for patients. In addition to ARVO’s highly recognized and attended annual meeting, ARVO has online programs, products, and services including three peer-reviewed scientific journals. ARVO’s board of trustees and staff work together to identify strategies that lead to new and enhanced products that bring value to our members and their work.

 

Innovation is key to our members’ work and it is also key to how we manage ARVO. We welcome different perspectives and initiatives. We are constantly looking for new, better ways to support our members and we offer many opportunities for our colleagues with fresh ideas to contribute to these efforts. We believe that new discoveries for treating blindness are around the corner and we believe that ARVO – and in turn, all of us who work here – can play at least a small role in supporting the scientists and doctors who will make those discoveries.

 

Position

As the Senior Director (VP-level) of Communications and Marketing, you will lead a team of six as you develop and implement the strategies and plans that leverage our communications, marketing, and business development efforts to promote our mission. You will contribute as a member of the senior management team, participating in board meetings and strategic planning. You will serve as a liaison and trusted contact to our members, who appreciate not just how you develop messaging to support their programmatic needs, but also how you promote the impact of their work in science and ophthalmology. With an international membership, you will have the opportunity to craft messaging and marketing that is universally received and appreciated. You will work closely with colleagues who organize meetings where our scientist members share their research, publish journals, build education and mentorship programs, develop education and training, and communicate to the public and policymakers about the importance of investing in vision research and in our members.

 

You will develop and implement strategies and plans for global marketing, communications (member and external communications, science communications and advocacy, social media campaigns, press activities, and public outreach), business development (corporate sales development, marketing, and revenue-generating opportunities such as exhibit and advertising sales), and related opportunities, all in alignment with ARVO’s strategic goals. You will directly supervise communications, marketing, and business development staff, including related vendors. And you will align department priorities and activities with strategy, initiate business plans and management reports, and develop and manage budgets. As determined by the executive director, you will serve as a staff liaison to various standing committees and/or board-appointed working groups.

 

You will report directly to the executive director and work as a member of the senior management team, leading by example on staff values. You will work collaboratively across departments with senior directors and staff, and provide leadership to six direct reports. As a member of the senior management team, you will participate in the development and implementation of ARVO’s Strategic Plan, for both your own department and ARVO as a whole.

 

Responsibilities of the Senior Director, Communications and Marketing

Leadership (Strategic Planning, Board and Committee Support)

  • Work collaboratively with senior staff representing communications and marketing functional areas in strategic planning, goal and objective setting, operational planning, budgeting, and implementing of new initiatives and programs for ARVO and the ARVO Foundation.
  • Contribute to research and exploration of new opportunities for relationships and partnerships with external organizations.
  • May serve as staff liaison to no more than 3 standing committees or working groups as appointed by the executive director. Oversee direct reports that serve as staff liaisons to standing committees or working groups that are in line with communications and marketing, external partnerships, and business development activities.

Communications and External Relations

  • Oversee member and external communications, encompassing ARVO’s branding, messaging, online presence, and member engagement strategies.
  • Oversee the development, content, design, production, and management of all print and online communications, including websites, e-communication, social media, video, newsletters, promotional collateral, and meeting materials for ARVO and the ARVO Foundation in line with strategic objectives.
  • Lead the RFP process, contracting, and management for major vendors and communications projects, including visual identity/branding, social media and member collaboration platforms, email campaign software, and media/press outreach platforms.
  • Work closely with the senior staff to contribute to vendor and systems requirements for the various software including, but not limited to, association management system (member database), website, content management system, and journals hosting platform.
  • Manage and implement media relations activities promoting ARVO initiatives and the accomplishments of its members, as well as ARVO’s three research journals, to the wider scientific community and the public.
  • Supervise the development and implementation of science communication initiatives aimed at increasing member engagement in public outreach activities.
  • Monitor federal policy related to research funding and support advocacy efforts promoting the importance of vision research to policymakers and the general public.
  • Support/plan sessions at the annual meeting related to press and public relations. Oversee press and mainstream media.

Marketing, Membership, and Business Development

  • Develop marketing strategy and oversee implementation of member engagement, acquisition, and retention.
  • Evaluate membership value and member needs through the development, execution, and analysis of surveys and other traditional and emerging market research strategies, providing reports and recommendations for future action based on the findings.
  • Supervise development and implementation of social media strategies for ARVO and the ARVO Foundation.
  • Lead cross-channel promotion of ARVO meetings, education, Foundation programs, and journals to members, authors, and external audiences.
  • Oversee the planning and implementation of ARVO’s exhibit presence at major scientific and biomedical meetings, including developing booth/exhibit design, messages, and promotional materials. May attend as the ARVO representative at the discretion of the ED.
  • Oversee a major vendor responsible for managing ARVO’s exhibit, advertising, and sponsorship program with the overall goal of increasing revenue through appropriate industry participation in ARVO activities.
  • Oversee the development and deployment of marketing strategies and sales collateral, including a media kit, exhibit prospectus, promotional emails, and proposals for sponsorship.
  • Contract and manage vendors and marketing activities for jobs board and mailing list rentals.

Administrative/Finance

  • Oversee the development and deployment of business plans and budgets for all marketing and communications, public relations, social media, exhibit and sponsorship sales, membership, and business development activities.
  • Develop and meet budget goals for revenue-generating activities, including membership dues and exhibit and advertising sales. Produce budget projections.
  • Monitor monthly financial statements and participate in budget projections.
  • Oversee functional area’s use of project planning tools; monitor project plans.
  • Monitor and report on deviations from budget for functional area.
  • Prepare reports for the board of trustees and committees as required.

 

Qualifications of the Senior Director, Communications and Marketing

  • BA/BS required; MA in communications or marketing a plus.
  • Demonstrated experience contributing to strategic objectives and implementing aligned projects/initiatives.
  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively across departments and manage/supervise multiple projects and teams, developing and working within deadlines and budgets.
  • Minimum 7 years’ experience in an association at the director level in a communications, marketing, media relations, and/or business development position.
  • 5-7 years’ direct supervisory experience.
  • Experience working with/managing committees and volunteer-led initiatives at a director level or above.
  • Familiarity with federal policy related to science funding preferred.
  • Technologically savvy with a strong understanding of website content management systems, email campaign platforms, online networking, social media platforms, and related business strategies.
  • Basic knowledge of print and video production including familiarity with Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere, After Effects). 
  • Understanding of marketing analytics.
  • Strong team player.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to travel domestically and internationally.

 

Attributes of the Senior Director, Communications and Marketing

  • Communicator. You are able to 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 share information, coordinate effectively, and execute your responsibilities while working across teams.
  • Curious. You are intellectually curious and eager to understand the unique culture that exists in each organization. You ask questions, listen, and learn – always looking to make things faster, more efficient, more seamless, and more reliable. You notice trends and ask why.
  • Leader. You enjoy leading and building teams – and you are good at it. You respectfully listen to and learn from others, collaborate on projects, and communicate results. You confidently engage staff at all levels to define needs and expectations.
  • Process-oriented. You are able to effectively and efficiently manage multiple tasks, allocate and optimize resources, and manage timelines. You seek out relevant information, decide the appropriate steps, and facilitate to get the desired results. You take things from start to finish.
  • Project manager. You set priorities wisely and know how to make tough resource allocation decisions, always finding a way to forward strategic initiatives. However, you also know how to translate strategy into action. You enjoy solving tactical and process problems.
  • Transparent. You believe in transparency and shared goals, a line of sight from individual goals to organization goals where everyone is aware of each other’s objectives and can easily see how their contribution supports the overall organizational goals.

 

What’s Attractive to the Right Senior Director, Communications and Marketing Candidate?

  • ARVO is a growing, successful organization. You will play a key role in a results-oriented, organized, well-run, well-staffed association. Decisions and conversations are evidence-based and results-oriented, with clear strategic priorities.
  • You will have the tools (technology and otherwise) to perform your duties and responsibilities effectively. ARVO is not afraid to embrace new technologies that better improve the organization.
  • ARVO is open to new and innovative ideas that support the mission and your experience, opinions, and expertise are valued. What you bring to the table is vital to our success.
  • This is an intellectually stimulating environment and an organization that works passionately and enthusiastically to fulfill our mission. You will enjoy a collaborative and collegial work environment with a shared purpose where your hard work will be noticed and appreciated.
  • We offer a flexible work schedule, including a two-day-a-week telework option for select staff. We pride ourselves on being family-friendly.
  • You will enjoy a competitive salary and a generous and comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, and vision insurance; short- and long-term disability; vacation and sick leave; paid holidays; metro benefits; retirement savings plan; and more.

 

To Apply for the Senior Director, Communications and Marketing position with ARVO:

Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Jennie Kinsfather at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “ARVO – Senior Director, Communications and Marketing / 2017-2260 SA” as the subject of the email.

 

Alternative Titles:  Vice President of Communications, Vice President of Communications and Marketing, VP of Communications, VP of Marketing and Membership, VP of Communications and Membership, Senior Director of Communications, Director of Communications, SVP of Communications and Marketing, Communications and Marketing Senior Director. 

 

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
2017-2260
US-DC-Washington

Head of Talent Acquisition - IIE

 

At the Institute of International Education (IIE) we believe that when education transcends borders, it opens minds, enabling people to go beyond building connections to solving problems together. Our vision is a peaceful, equitable world enriched by the international exchange of ideas and greater understanding between people and cultures. We focus on work that advances scholarship, builds economies, and promotes access to opportunity.

 

Our mission is big: we manage scholarships, training, and leadership programs; we conduct research and facilitate policy dialogue on global higher education; and we work diligently to protect scholarship around the world. The Institute proudly counts 59 Nobel Laureates, including 35 alumni of the renowned Fulbright Program. IIE provides educational, cultural, and professional opportunities that transcend borders and foster a peaceful and interconnected world where all people achieve their full potential. With more than 700 team members in a global network of 19 offices around the world, IIE oversees more than 200 programs that benefit nearly 35,000 grantees from 185 countries annually.

 

Believing our team members are the heart of our organization, IIE invests in its workforce from the start. Our HR department works alongside leadership both as a business partner and thought partner to build a strategy that factors in our internal resources, recruiting, and retention.

 

As Head of Talent Acquisition, you will lead a team of three (two senior recruiters and a shared recruitment coordinator). We anticipate this team will grow and include additional direct reports in the near future. In this role, you will create and implement a consistent practice for the full execution of the recruitment process. This recruitment plan will include the elements of the recruitment process, key performance metrics (like internal mobility, relocation reports, quality of hires, recruiting versus business consideration, etc.), deliverables, and expectations.

 

Main Responsibilities as the Head of Talent Acquisition

  • Lead recruiting team. Coach, lead, and develop direct reports and projects teams to ensure successful execution of programs and initiatives. We recently surveyed stakeholders (both candidates and hiring managers) and will be implementing strategies that include new hire surveys, expanded metrics and reporting, detailed recruitment plans, and re-assessment of recruitment plans.
  • Develop and implement recruitment strategies. Your key focus will be on ensuring recruiters have a template and process that sets expectations for all stakeholders and provides a systematic way to measure (metrics and reporting) timing and success of service delivery.
  • Serve as a strategic partner. Partner with HR teammates, business leaders, and external partners to design and deliver talent acquisition and internal mobility solutions for all levels. Ensure competitiveness and legal compliance of IIE’s overall talent acquisition and internal mobility practices.
  • Create pipeline recruiting processes. Develop, implement, and oversee external and internal pipeline recruiting processes. Create effective and consolidated practices that streamline processes for similar or multiple hires.
  • Oversee talent acquisition analytics. Show a clear line of sight on historical, current state, and forecasted recruitment output together with periodic analyses.
  • Oversee strategic outreach and partnership programs. Lead external recruitment, diversity, and branding events including the development and implementation of an effective social media strategy. Attend events as applicable.

Other Responsibilities of the Head of Talent Acquisition

  • Show accountability by building and reporting on measures and outcomes for continuous improvement in recruitment processes, hiring decisions, and quality of hires.
  • Provide intelligence and direction on internal and external talent landscape, trends, availability, and competitive position in the marketplace.
  • Make sure applicable files have accurate documentation on all candidates and searches to ensure Talent Acquisition is audit-ready at all times.
  • Lead recruitment for senior management level positions as required.
  • Support and educate hiring managers on the recruiting process, strategy, and expectations. Provide hiring recommendations to hiring managers.
  • Develop and maintain a network of professional and campus contacts to help identify, source, and engage a diverse candidate pool.
  • Manage vendor selection and relationships, ensuring contract performance and compliance, and resolving any quality issues.

 

Qualifications of the Head of Talent Acquisition

  • BS/BA in business administration or related field.
  • Seven or more years of experience with, and advanced knowledge of, recruiting and talent acquisition. Working knowledge of other human resources disciplines such as compensation, employee relations, compliance, and performance management. Experience with internal mobility and talent redeployment is a plus.
  • Supervisory experience. Experience working in a matrix, functional team environment.
  • Project management and program management skills, to include planning and execution of initiatives and change processes. Ability to lead multiple complex projects simultaneously within aggressive timeframes and with minimal supervision.
  • Knowledge of data analytics, including proficiency in Microsoft Excel, to track key metrics to determine overall effectiveness. Experience using PeopleSoft talent management system is a plus.
  • Able to communicate effectively with individuals up, down, and across the organization. Advanced consulting/influencing skills are necessary to bring stakeholders to agreement.
  • High degree of adaptability, strong problem-solving skills, and ability to manage multiple conflicting priorities. Excellent client management and business literacy skills.
  • Confidentiality for sensitive human resources issues and projects.
  • Knowledge of government regulations applicable to HR policies (e.g., DOL, OFCCP) is preferred.
  • Demonstrated ability to independently manage a high volume work flow and a drive for results.
  • Ability to travel up to 25 percent (about a week a month) to the IIE headquarters in New York City.

 

Attributes of the Head of Talent Acquisition

  • Analytical and business-minded. You are skilled at helping organizations make informed decisions that deliver bottom-line results. You have incisive analytical skills and the ability to make critical assessments. You identify and frame problems and set priorities.
  • Natural leader. You know how to coach, mentor, and develop staff at all professional levels. You value a cohesive team environment where everyone works hard and relies on each other to pull it all together.
  • Process-oriented. You are able to effectively and efficiently manage multiple tasks, allocate and optimize resources, and manage timelines. You take things from start to finish. You are known for how you “get things done.” 
  • Great listener/partner. You take the time to learn what is valuable and important to others. You confidently engage with staff at all levels to define needs and expectations. You know how to build trust internally and externally. You are professional and accountable.
  • Inclusive style. You work as an integral part of a team that works and wins together. You collaborate on projects, communicate results, and encourage and solicit feedback.
  • Effective communicator. Your communication is clear and direct, both written and oral.
  • Service-driven. You are committed to providing the highest level of service while remaining aligned with the mission of the organization. You are self-confident and assertive, approachable and responsive.

 

What’s Attractive to the Right Head of Talent Acquisition Candidate?

  • This is a high visibility role where your contributions will be appreciated. You will work with all levels of the organization and be a go-to resource and sought-after recruiting strategist. Your ideas are integral to our success.
  • This is a fairly autonomous role where you will enjoy a close working relationship with the director of human resources, who is supportive, but does not micromanage and will trust you to do your job well.
  • We have a fun team of talented, experienced recruiters who will look to you to jump right in and lead the process.
  • IIE offers a comprehensive employee benefits package, including paid time off, health insurance, and retirement.

 

To Apply for the Head of Talent Acquisition position with IIE:

Simply email your resume to Jennie Kinsfather at resumes@staffingadvisors.com withIIE – Head of Talent Acquisition / 2017-2259 SA” in the subject line of the email.

 

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. 

 

We welcome candidates from backgrounds including (but not limited to): Lead, Talent Acquisition, Director of Recruiting, Senior HR Business Partner.

 

Job ID
2017-2259
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, marketing, membership, communications, and public relations, 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. As we migrate to a new AMS, you will be part of the selection and implementation process.

 

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.
  • Import data from SCAI event registrations and events.
  • 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.
  • 3-5 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 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 with SCAI:

Use the “Apply” button on this page, or email your resume to Gina Schurman at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “SCAI – Membership Manager / 2017-2258 SA” as the subject of the email.

Alternative Titles:  Membership Development Manager, Member Services Associate, Manager, Member Relations, Membership Services Coordinator, Member Strategy Lead, Manager of Member Programs, Manager of Meetings and Member Services, Manager of Member Engagement, Manager of Membership, Manager of Member Recruitment, Membership and Affiliate Relations Manager.

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
2017-2258
US-MD-Silver Spring

District Manager - Multi-Unit Retail Management

 

Organization

Habitat for Humanity ReStore® is a nonprofit retail outlet specializing in the resale of quality new and gently used furniture, antiques, appliances, and building supplies. Since 1982, Habitat for Humanity Metro Maryland (HFHMM) has been helping low-income families build strength, stability, and self-reliance through shelter. Habitat for Humanity Metro Maryland works with individuals, foundations, faith organizations, businesses, and the Habitat families themselves to build simple, decent, energy efficient, and affordable housing for those living in substandard conditions in our community.


Position

As District Manager for our ReStore operations, you will work with ReStore staff at two Maryland ReStores—Rockville and Silver Spring—and colleagues at the HFHMM office. You will manage all operations (including marketing, finance, business analytics, human resources, etc.) of our growing retail enterprise, as well as assist with the development of newly added locations. In addition to managing current operations, working with builders on construction, hiring new teams, and opening new locations will be your focus over the next 10 years. We are in the process of site selection for 2 new stores, with the expectation of having a total of 7 stores by 2027. Our goal is to increase profits and allowing Habitat to serve more families in the Maryland Metro Area.

 

In this role, we will rely on you to manage the human and financial resources that align with the Habitat for Humanity Metro Maryland (HFHMM) philosophy — delivering high performance; excellent community outreach; the acquisition of products; marketing and promotion of products; high quantities of desirable material; and fiscal maintenance of operations. The scope of responsibilities includes creating business forecasts and analysis, developing ReStore expansion strategies, supervising the acquisition, marketing, and promotion of ReStores in the community, and supervising ReStore managers.

 

As our District Manager, you manage more than just the standard retail tasks and your work here will be integral to more than just the bottom-line. You will be an active contributor to your community, an enabler of environmental and social change, a supporter of employee well-being, an advocate for families in need, and a driver of economic development. ReStore profits support the creation of affordable homeownership opportunities for low-income residents in Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties through new construction, rehabilitation of vacant properties, and the repair and weatherization of homes.

 

Responsibilities of the District Manager

Operations, Administration & Human Resources

  • Select, orient, train, and supervise ReStore managers.
  • Oversee the process for scheduling and receiving donations.
  • Investigate the growth potential for new ReStores.
  • Oversee opening of new ReStores.
  • Collaborate with the executive director to create human resource policies for Restore staff that are aligned with the mission of HFHMM.
  • Collaborate in the recruitment and retention of volunteers.
  • Develop and implement a customer service program that reflects positively on the ReStore and HFHMM.
  • Serve as the staff leader and liaison to the ReStore Committee and consult with members as needed.
  • Set goals and conduct annual performance reviews of direct reports.
  • Actively participate as a member of the leadership team.

Finance

  • Ensure compliance with all financial reporting practices.
  • Reconcile financial statements with the deputy director monthly.
  • Adhere to the annual budget for expenses.
  • Contribute to the formulation of an annual ReStore budget.
  • Execute a strategy to achieve the annual ReStore revenue budget.
  • Provide analysis of ReStore sales trends and financial data.

Community Outreach

  • Marketing and communications: collaborate on advertising and public relations campaigns. Oversee an aggressive and ongoing marketing plan for the procurement of materials for resale.
  • Product acquisition: determine the market demand and assign tasks related to donation and acquisition of products. Maintain present relationships and develop new ones within the business community for quality donations.
  • Sales: promote the ReStores in the community. Establish and ensure adherence to the policies and procedures of pricing and sales.

 

Qualifications of the District Manager

  • Clear track record of success in retail management, including supervisory experience and interactions with internal and external customers.
  • At least five (ideally ten) years of retail experience with multi-unit experience.
  • A Bachelor’s degree, MBA preferred. Comparable experience may be substituted.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Outlook, and internet applications.
  • Exceptional verbal communications and writing skills.
  • Demonstrated success in business management; experience developing and executing business plans; understanding of P&L statements and balance sheets.
  • Strong organizational skills; ability to multi-task and work independently; ability to prioritize and triage duties.
  • Proven success with project planning and execution.
  • Ability to work well with volunteers.

 

Attributes of the District Manager

  • Business-savvy. You know how to translate strategy into action. You wisely set priorities and know how to make tough resource allocation decisions.
  • Mission-driven. You are passionate about Habitat’s mission and vision. You understand the big picture and get what matters to the communities and donors we serve. You can easily translate our mission into community impact.
  • Determined. You possess a high level of energy and enthusiasm. You totally immerse yourself in your work and take pride in a job done exceptionally well.
  • Analytical. You go beyond giving us the numbers and tell us how to apply the data to produce the desired results.
  • Rapport builder. You have a proven track record of getting results by building strong relationships and partnerships. People know you have their best interests in mind and are sincere in your communications.
  • Project manager. You are exceptionally skilled at juggling multiple tasks, allocating and optimizing resources, monitor key performance metrics, and managing timelines.
  • Focused and flexible. You smoothly manage through ambiguity, shape answers to questions where no template exists, and do whatever it takes to get the job done.
  • Strong manager. You have proven experience coaching, mentoring, and developing staff at all professional levels, skillfully building teams, identifying and promoting talent, and making information and procedures easy to comprehend for all staff. 

 

What’s Attractive to the Right District Manager Candidate?

  • Your stores have enormous social impact – recycling over 1,200 tons of product each year that would have otherwise ended up in a landfill. This is a high-visibility role with immense importance to the community; you can take pride in your work as you better the lives of those around you.
  • Your stores have enormous financial impact – ReStores are responsible for fifty percent of our revenue, enabling us to build more homes for community members in need.
  • Your stores have enormous community impact – employing community members with livable wages and excellent benefits, so they can be active members of our community.
  • Your professional growth will be catapulted to the next career level as you learn all aspects of operations from site selection of new stores to managing of existing locations. The portfolio of stores is yours to manage and you will have your hands in it all.
  • We offer a competitive salary and benefits package that includes medical, dental and vision insurance, long-term and short-term disability, 401k, leave and sick time and more.

 

To Apply for the District Manager position with HFHMM:

Use the “Apply” button on this page, or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “HFHMM – ReStore Director / 2017-2256 CW” as the subject of the email.

Internally this position title is: Director of ReStore Operations

 

Alternative Titles:  District Manager, Regional Manager, Market Manager, Retail Operations Manager, General Manager.  

 

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
2017-2256
US-VA-Ashburn

Director of Marketing and Communications - NCMA


As Director of Marketing and Communications for the National Contract Management Association (NCMA), you will report to the executive director and lead a team which supports the marketing and communications needs of managers throughout the organization. In this pivotal role, you will be involved in both strategic and tactical efforts to maintain NCMA’s current reputation as the gold standard for associations in contract management.

 

Navigating across departments, you will assess needs, analyze marketing data, and prioritize efforts based on NCMA’s goals and the expectations of our members. You will build relationships with senior managers and directors and your colleagues will feel well-served by your ability to promote their events, seminars, books, and certification and educational programs, as well as your suggestions to increase sponsorships and attendance at conferences.

 

Recognizing the industry is constantly evolving, you will ensure NCMA has its finger on the pulse of trends and best practices. We are in the process of selecting an integrated marketing automation system and will look for your guidance to determine the best way to manage marketing campaigns across the organization.

 

As the gatekeeper of the brand, you will ensure consistency and professionalism across all platforms (print, direct marketing, digital, social, mobile, and email). Your ability to write compelling copy will enhance our reputation across our global audience and help us expand our advertising online and in our magazine.

 

You will utilize your creativity and sharp analytical skills to inspire members and prospective members to engage in events in their local regions where we provide substantive educational offerings. Our members appreciate our professional and consistent events across our chapters, where we provide a community to discuss challenges and trends within our industry.

 

This is a hands-on leadership role that will require you to dig into the weeds of analytics, evaluate patterns and trends in data, and then use this data to improve our marketing efforts to focus on what our audiences care most about.

 

Organization

NCMA, founded in 1959, is the world’s leading professional resource for contract management professionals. With over 20,000 members in government and commercial industries, NCMA is dedicated to the professional growth and educational advancement of procurement and acquisition personnel worldwide. NCMA strives to serve and inform the profession and to offer opportunities for the open exchange of ideas in neutral forums. With steady revenues of $7 million, NCMA is financially stable and poised to grow.

 

What does NCMA offer to members?

  • Community – 18,000+ total members
  • Credentials – five highly-respected industry certifications
  • Learning – 300+ hours of education offered annually
  • Information – monthly Contract Management Magazine
  • Networking – 3,000+ people attend national events every year
  • Advocacy – legislative and regulatory alerts 

Responsibilities as the Director of Marketing and Communications

  • Develop and oversee implementation of all marketing plans for NCMA programs and services (events, membership growth, education, certification, and any new programs).
  • Strategize and collaborate on new program development and implementation and their fit into NCMA’s program portfolio.
  • Oversee all marketing research (focus groups, surveys, and interviews).
  • Conduct and analyze yearly membership survey.
  • Establish marketing and branding guidelines for NCMA and local NCMA Chapters.
  • Establish and maintain the NCMA brand across all platforms.
  • Manage website strategy and maintain oversight of website systems (job board, community platform).
  • Research, write, implement, and oversee social media plans.
  • Attend NCMA conferences (5+) and oversee NCMA booth.
  • Develop and implement analytics plans.
  • Strategize, create, and implement a process to increase membership through targeted prospecting.
  • Create and manage relationships with related associations and corporate partners.
  • Manage and develop a team of direct reports.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with appropriate press contacts.
  • Monitor and facilitate issues and events affecting the contract management profession.
  • Engage with various NCMA committees, volunteers, and communities and collaborate to accomplish various committee goals.
  • Manage the marketing budget.

 

Qualifications of the Director of Marketing and Communications

  • Requires a Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, public relations, or other related field. Master’s degree preferred.
  • 8+ years of marketing experience in a membership organization.
  • Strong staff management experience required.
  • Experience using Marketing Automation, Google Analytics, email marketing, content management systems (Sitefinity preferred), and customer relationship management systems is a plus.
  • Experience working with members of the media.
  • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint).

 

Attributes of the Director of Marketing and Communications

  • Communicator. You are able to 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 share information, coordinate effectively, and execute your responsibilities while working across teams.
  • Curious. You are intellectually curious and eager to understand the unique culture that exists in each organization. You ask questions, listen, and learn – always looking to make things faster, more efficient, more seamless, and more reliable. You notice trends and ask why.
  • Leader. You enjoy leading and building teams – and you are good at it. You respectfully listen to and learn from others, collaborate on projects, and communicate results. You confidently engage staff at all levels to define needs and expectations.
  • Process-oriented. You are able to effectively and efficiently manage multiple tasks, allocate and optimize resources, and manage timelines. You seek out relevant information, decide the appropriate steps, and facilitate to get the desired results. You take things from start to finish.
  • Exceptional communicator. You are known for your poise, tact, and diplomacy. You are comfortable in a social setting and able to 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.
  • Project manager. You set priorities wisely and know how to make tough resource allocation decisions, always finding a way to forward strategic initiatives. However, you also know how to translate strategy into action. You enjoy solving tactical and process problems.
  • Business-savvy. You see beyond the black and white – you delve into the details and are prepared to have an intelligent conversation regarding the give and take of priorities.
  • Service-driven. You are committed to providing the highest level of service aligned with the mission of the organization. You are approachable, flexible, responsive, and willing to roll up your sleeves and do whatever is necessary.
  • Productive. You are an enthusiastic self-starter who can multitask and thrive in a busy, fast-paced environment. Your project management and organizational skills enable you to effectively manage multiple projects, and reprioritize as needed.

What’s Attractive to the Right Director of Marketing and Communications Candidate?

  • We are financially secure.
  • NCMA is a closely knit team, and our “we are all in this together” mentality shines through whether we are interacting with stakeholders or member chapters. There is a high level of respect for one another and the expertise each person contributes.
  • You will be a part of the team selecting and implementing an integrated automation marketing system.
  • NCMA is known as the “gold standard” for contract management.
  • Great location and work-life balance.
  • We offer competitive compensation and excellent benefits.

 

To Apply for the Director of Marketing and Communications position with NCMA: 

Use the “Apply” button on this page, or email your resume to Gina Schurman at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “NCMA – Director of Marketing and Communications / 2017-2255 SA” as the subject of the email.

 

Alternative Titles:  Director of Marketing, Senior Manager of Marketing Communication, Senior Manager of Marketing, Marketing Communications Director 

 

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
2017-2255
US-DC-Washington, DC

Director of Operations - Educare 

 

Organization

 

At Educare, we believe everyone deserves a fair chance to achieve their dreams, and it starts by leveling the playing field from the day we’re born. As one of the nation’s most effective early childhood schools, we make sure financially disadvantaged young children have the best possible chance for success in life. Our approach extends beyond the classroom to help children, families, and communities thrive. Educare Washington, DC is part of the 21 school Educare network, and provides a high-quality, research-based early childhood education program for children and families in Washington, D.C. We combine high quality instruction, deep family engagement, and embedded teacher training to serve children and families directly, and we leverage our experience to provide trainings for other programs and to serve as advocates for children and families across the DC region. 

 

Located just east of the Anacostia River in Ward 7, the 32,100 square-foot custom-built Educare facility provides quality early learning opportunities for 160 infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and their families. We braid together Head Start and other public funding streams with private funding to create an effective, sustainable early education program for children and families who need it most.

 

Position

 

In this newly created position as Director of Operations, you will report to the Executive Director and will be a major contributor to the continued success of our organization. Reporting to you will be the Administrative Manager, the Accounting and Eligibility Clerk, and the Sunshine Committee.  In addition, you will be the lead contact for our external HR and finance firm. You will provide support and guidance to employees and coordinate day-to-day operations that ensure the smooth operation of an efficient team. 

 

Alongside the executive and school directors, you will help to support all school staff, so that they in turn can best support children and families. This is a highly visible role where leadership will trust you to manage resources effectively and within budget to ensure that Educare operates effectively and efficiently, and is compliant with all federal and state laws and funder requirements. In this role, your attention to detail, organizational skills, business acumen, management ability, customer service skills, graciousness, poise, judgment, and follow through will be critical to success. This is a chance to make a difference and contribute to providing a solid educational foundation to the lives of young children and their families.

 

Responsibilities as the Director of Operations

  • Be a servant leader for the Educare community. We believe in developing our people and having a strong professional development program for our employees. Your role will be to coach and develop your team, providing the support and tools that they need to serve children and families.
  • Improve our processes. We embrace continuous improvement and we will look to you to come up with better ways of doing things.
  • Help to grow our organizational culture. Build relationships with employees based on respect and awareness of the opportunity to learn from, contribute to, and improve both themselves and the organization as a whole.
  • Analyze the performance of support functions for departments such as human resources, facilities, and compliance, and make recommendations for improvement.
  • Collaborate with leadership to optimize revenues and manage school-wide and specific program budgets.
  • Help develop forms and processes that are consistent with grant and/or regulatory requirements, and are streamlined and avoid redundancy.
  • Supervise and coordinate ongoing projects, effectively collaborating with community partners and members of the Educare team.
  • Manage our external accounting firm for all financial matters. Create and manage budgets, working closely with department managers. Review cash position and actuals to budget as provided by external firm. Approve payments, provide supporting materials for audit and fiscal monitoring, and serve as internal financial point person.
  • Manage our external HR firm for all human resource matters. Work closely with HR provider and department managers regarding employee relations matters.  Review information provided by external firm as necessary.  Serve as lead contact for questions or policies related to payroll, benefits, or HR compliance.
  • Make analytical decisions, prioritizing and communicating to staff key objectives and tactics necessary to achieve organizational goals.

Qualifications as the Director of Operations

  • Bachelor’s degree required; MBA preferred.
  • 10 or more years of experience with finance, HR, and operations in a for-profit or non-profit organization.
  • Experience developing processes and procedures organization-wide.
  • Must be passionately committed to children and in possession of personal integrity and a strong moral and ethical character.
  • Demonstrated strength in problem-solving, planning, and coordinating initiatives across an organization with impeccable judgment.
  • Experience with using performance metrics and tools to measure results. 

Attributes as the Director of Operations

  • Excellent interpersonal skills. You have a proven track record of getting results by building strong relationships and partnerships. You develop strong and trusting relationships with outside clients and internal staff alike. You understand that trust with all stakeholders is essential to our process.
  • Organized. Your attention to detail is supported by your excellent organizational skills. You bring order to competing priorities and keep things clear, concise, and running smoothly. You efficiently track the necessary details, delegate effectively and drive a clear process.
  • Servant leadership. You focus on meeting the needs of those you lead and understand that it is your job to develop employees to their fullest potential.
  • Able to manage conflict effectively. You are a great problem solver and are able to lead conflict resolution with a variety of strategies. You are keenly aware of the big picture and how to negotiate, compromise, and collaborate for a win-win outcome.
  • Comfortable with change. You understand that what we need today may be different than what we need tomorrow, and you are flexible to changing and improving as we go.
  • Builder. You are curious with lots of new ideas. 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.
  • Business savvy. You can see the big picture and understand how the details relate to the overall mission of the organization. You effortlessly connect dots and see missing links.
  • Great listener. You take the time to learn what’s valuable and important to others. You confidently engage with staff at all levels to define needs and expectations.
  • Perceptive. Smart and creative, you intuitively recognize opportunities and take action. You set goals with boundless energy and go above and beyond what is expected. 

What’s Attractive to the Right Director of Operations Candidate?

  • This is a pivotal time in our development. Reporting directly to the executive director, you will play an active role in supporting the future success of Educare DC, improving our processes and ensuring we are set up for success in every area. If you find a better way, we want to know.
  • You will have a unique vantage point. Involved in every aspect of our work, you will understand how our business operates and how to connect all parts of the whole.
  • We have a strong staff who are dependable, passionate about our mission, welcoming, and willing to work together.
  • Competitive salary and benefits package that includes medical, dental and vision insurance, long term and short term disability, 403b with company match, fixed leave during school closings plus personal days and holidays and more. 

To Apply for the Director of Operations position with Educare:

You can Apply on this page or emial you resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “Educare – Director of Operations / 2017-2254 SA” as the subject of the email. 

 

Alternative Titles:  Operations Director, Deputy Director, Assistant Director of Operations, Associate Director of Operations.

 

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. This position requires pre-employment screening including a criminal background check, health screen, TB test, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. 

 

 

Job ID
2017-2254
US-DC-Washington

HR Talent Specialist - IIE

 

Organization

The Institute of International Education (IIE) has a global mission and a broad reach: we manage scholarships, training, and leadership programs; we conduct research and facilitate policy dialogue on global higher education; and we work diligently to protect scholarship around the world. The Institute proudly counts 59 Nobel Laureates, including 35 alumni of the renowned Fulbright Program. IIE provides educational, cultural, and professional opportunities that transcend borders and foster a peaceful and interconnected world where all people achieve their full potential. With more than 700 team members in a global network of 19 offices around the world, IIE oversees more than 200 programs that benefit nearly 35,000 grantees from 185 countries annually.

 

Believing our team members are the heart of our organization, IIE invests in its workforce from the start. Our HR department works alongside leadership both as a business partner and thought partner to build a strategy that factors in our internal resources, recruiting, and retention.

 

Position

As the HR Talent Specialist, you will partner with HR team members and managers in resolving HR issues (primarily employee relations, initial stages of investigations, and other HR business projects). This role is that of a true HR generalist who has deep interest expanding their HR expertise as a trusted partner to the internal HR team while building and expanding their business relationships with the various business units. Through the HR business partners, both domestic and international team members and managers will seek your guidance in resolving problems in all areas of the talent cycle (including investigations, employee relations, compensation, performance process, performance discipline, HR practices, data analysis, and analytics).

 

Your strong understanding of process management and analytics will contribute to keeping things running smoothly. You will track and analyze trends in IIE’s employee relations activity to actively inform training and process improvement. We will look to you to contribute to the scaling and integration of new initiatives by researching and designing frameworks, tools, and materials. You will also project manage HR initiatives from design to pilot to implementation – developing and executing all change management efforts in partnership with other teams.

 

This role is a combination of providing strategic advice to managers, streamlining compensation programs, and daily "hands-on" execution of day-to-day operational human resources functions. This is a great opportunity to fully learn compensation, use your analytical skills, and springboard your HR career as you develop additional, specialized HR expertise in this role.  You will spend a fair amount of your time in this role administering IIE’s domestic and international compensation programs aimed at supporting IIE’s “Grow with IIE” talent philosophy. You will streamline processes and administer components of the annual compensation review, job evaluation committee, annual surveys, and classification process. Your role will enhance communications and increase understanding of IIE’s compensation across the organization.

 

Responsibilities of the HR Talent Specialist

Collaborate with HRBP’s and international HR team.

  • Manage work across multiple business groups to assist team members and managers in resolving issues and grievances.
  • Support investigations by conducting and documenting intake interviews and drafting investigation reports.
  • Draft and review redeployment and position elimination business cases and provide counsel and development feedback to team members and managers.
  • Track and analyze trends in IIE’s employee relations activity to actively inform training and process improvement.
  • Contribute to the scaling and integration of new initiatives by researching and designing frameworks, tools, and materials.
  • Provide data analysis and reporting solutions based on business needs.
  • Project manage HR initiatives from design to pilot to implementation.
  • Develop and execute all change management efforts in partnership with other teams as needed.

Collaborate with the compensation lead and international HR team.

  • Design compensation programs aimed at supporting IIE’s “Grow with IIE” talent philosophy.
  • Streamline processes and administer components of the annual compensation review, job evaluation committee, annual surveys, and classification process.
  • Enhance communication and increase understanding of IIE’s compensation programs.

 

Qualifications of the HR Talent Specialist

  • BS/BA in business administration or related field.
  • Minimum of 5 years in progressive roles within human resources. Experience in an HR generalist and/or analyst capacity. Experience in an HR business partner capacity (helping to bring resolution to business problems through innovative HR solutions) helpful/preferred.
  • Strong working knowledge and depth of multiple HR disciplines (recruitment, compensation practices, employee relations, compliance, performance management, and domestic (U.S.) employment-related laws, etc.).
  • Exposure to and work in employee relations (investigations, performance process, HR practices, performance discipline, etc.).
  • Exposure to and work with compensation (analysis, analytics, annual merit, salary scales, administration).
  • A high level of command as an HR specialist and comfort serving as a point of contact for internal and external partners.
  • Confidentiality for sensitive human resources issues and projects.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Ability to facilitate/lead discussions.
  • Working knowledge of relevant HR software, including applicant tracking and reporting systems, Excel, and Microsoft Office Suite.

 

Attributes of the HR Talent Specialist 

  • Process-oriented. You are able to effectively and efficiently manage multiple tasks, allocate and optimize resources, and manage timelines. You take things from start to finish.
  • Excellent communicator. You are approachable, flexible, and responsive. You confidently engage with staff at all levels. You are known for your poise, tact, and diplomacy.
  • Business acumen/problem solver. You’re intellectually curious. You are detail-oriented, but you can also see the big picture and understand how the details relate to the overall mission of an organization.
  • Self-assured and direct. You confidently engage with staff at all levels. You are approachable, flexible, and responsive.
  • Priority management. You easily identify what is important and what is a priority. You are able to shift gears and reprioritize as needed.
  • Collaborative. You support departmental and organizational initiatives with a firm but fair approach to developing HR policies and procedures. You earn trust by your actions and faithfully keep your promises.
  • Service-driven. You are committed to providing the highest level of service while remaining aligned with the mission of the organization. You are known for how you “get things done.”
  • Flexible. You easily identify what is important and what is a priority. You are able to shift gears and reprioritize as needed.
  • Discrete. You are a model of the tact and discretion required of a trusted advisor and consultative business partner. 

 

What’s Attractive to the Right HR Talent Specialist Candidate?

  • You will have the opportunity to work with both domestic and international HR programs.
  • You will build your expertise in both employee relations and compensation supporting both internal and external clients and/or teams.
  • You will help the organization and the business departments and support our team members so they can have a productive, rewarding career at the Institute while growing personally and professionally.
  • You will work with a team of HR experts who each bring a high level of expertise and are incredibly respectful and collaborative.
  • IIE offers a comprehensive employee benefits package, including paid time off, health insurance, and retirement.

 

To Apply for the HR Talent Specialist position with IIE:

Use the “Apply” button on this page, or email your resume to Jennie Kinsfather at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “IIE – Talent Specialist / 2017-2253 SA” as the subject of the email.

 

Alternative Titles:  Human Resources Manager, Human Resources Generalist, Human Resources Assistant, Human Resources Specialist, HR Administrator. 

 

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
2017-2253
US-VA-Reston

Manager of Education and Meetings - AAOA

 

As the Manager of Education and Meetings for the American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy (AAOA), you will report to and work hand-in-hand with the executive director to lead the strategy and execution of our educational programs. You will be involved in every aspect of running the association, with a natural mentor guiding your way while you free her to work on new strategic initiatives. You will be the liaison to the Education Programs Committee (EPC), implementing existing content and managing faculty. You will plan, coordinate, and manage program logistics to ensure professional events are delivered seamlessly on time and within budget.

 

Your work will include identifying the education needs of our members and working with the EPC to create meaningful education programs. Surveying members and analyzing results will help you implement an education plan that fits our member interests. Compliance with ACCME CME criteria will be a key component of program delivery. We will also look to you to explore delivery methods for our programs, including online methods, live versus e-learning, etc. to determine which would be most beneficial to our membership. You will coordinate with vendors, volunteers, and participants to facilitate smooth meeting logistics.


Education is the primary benefit of being a member of AAOA. The CME program is responsible for 80 percent of our revenue and the cost savings of participating in this program as a member is a primary reason doctors join our association. We currently offer four live CME programs per year, each focusing on improving the quality of patient care:

  • AAOA Annual Meeting (Fall)
  • Basic Course in Allergy & Immunology (Summer)
  • Interactive Allergy & Rhinology Course (Winter)
  • Advanced Course in Allergy & Immunology (Winter) 

Organization

As otolaryngologists, our members have unique expertise in the medical and surgical treatment of allergic, rhinologic, and related inflammatory and respiratory disorders. AAOA represents over 2,700 board-certified otolaryngologists and other health care providers who devote part of their practice to the diagnosis and treatment of allergic and other related disorders. We benefit from a very stable membership base, have an annual budget of nearly $2 million, and a total staff of five. Because we are a small team, you will enjoy a broad scope of responsibilities.

 

Our Expectations for Your First Year

  • Manage the reaccreditation process for ACCME.
  • Manage CME education programs.
  • Ensure that meetings meet the standards of our members and are meticulously planned and implemented to enable the highest level of learning.
  • Harness the power of digital education for our membership.
  • Report regularly to the executive director using measures of progress toward organizational goals defined by the board.

 

Responsibilities of the Manager of Education and Meetings

Education

  • Direct the continued development and implementation of the educational program curriculum, including the CME component for the annual meeting, courses, and online learning.
  • Harness the capabilities of our CloudCME program to facilitate online registration and future web-based programs.
  • Manage program resources in accordance with established fiscal policies and procedures.
  • Ensure that all educational products deliver high-quality content and are well-executed, achieving AAOA’s financial and educational goals.
  • Work with our marketing staff member to develop and execute marketing plans for education offerings.
  • Work with membership to help use programs to drive recruitment and retention.
  • Help increase corporate fundraising and assure funding is in compliance with ACCME criteria.
  • Act as staff liaison to the Education Programs Committee.

Meetings

  • Communicate with registrants.
  • Manage speakers.
  • Utilize a system for timely conference registration (reflected through pace reports).
  • Design and direct effective space arrangements that support programming.
  • Work closely with AAOA staff to ensure consistency, smooth flow, and well-managed conferences and meetings.
  • Initiate and manage bid process and contracts for the AAOA Annual Conference and CME programs (as well as assisting in other leadership program contracting) in current and future years. Utilize strategic procurement practices to get the best value in AAOA buying transactions.
  • Maintain a spending analysis that is reconciled to the budget. Identify, explain, and where possible, limit variances.
  • Develop standard contract templates for speakers, volunteers, and partners.

 

Qualifications of the Manager of Education and Meetings

  • Successful track record of developing and implementing education programs with measurable results.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to travel domestically as required, including on weekends.
  • Commitment to a team-oriented office environment.
  • Ability to think and act strategically.
  • Proficiency in the utilization of office equipment, computers, and Microsoft Office.

Education and Experience

  • Four-year college degree required.
  • Four years’ experience working in education development and marketing in the nonprofit sector, preferably with a professional society or association.
  • Management of ACCME reaccreditation process; management of CME credit programs preferred.
  • A results-based track record of creating and implementing creative education programs in multiple tracks.
  • Experience managing the operations of a small office or department.

 

Attributes of the Manager of Education and Meetings

  • Flexible. Your flexibility allows you to adjust to changing priorities and operate effectively in a fluid environment. You are able to think on the fly and keep commitments in the midst of situations that are sometimes out of your control. You skillfully manage numerous daily commitments and competing priorities. You smoothly manage through ambiguity and are able to easily shift gears and stay focused on key priorities.
  • Service-driven. You are member-focused and committed to providing the highest level of service while remaining aligned with the mission of the organization. 
  • Detail-oriented. You are detail-oriented, but you can also see the big picture and understand how the details relate to the overall mission of the organization. You get it right the first time and accurately keep track of all the moving parts. You have command of both the process and the details. You follow a consistent course of action while considering the different nuances.
  • Collaborative. You communicate and coordinate effectively at every level. You share information, work cooperatively, seek out relevant information, decide on the appropriate steps, and achieve the desired results. You collaborate on projects and communicate results. You demonstrate the ability to understand the needs of an organization.
  • Effective communicator. Your communication is clear and direct. You are effective at actively listening to others to understand their needs.

 

What’s Attractive to the Right Manager of Education and Meetings Candidate?

  • We are a small organization that is willing to mentor and train you as you progress in your career.
  • Our board is supportive of our staff.
  • The executive director has been at AAOA for 20 years and has extensive institutional knowledge to share. This will create a great opportunity for you to significantly expand your managerial program experience.

 

To Apply for the Manager of Education and Meetings position with AAOA:

 

Use the “Apply” button on this page, or email your resume to Ellen Greenwood at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “AAOA – Manager of Education and Meetings/ 2017-2251 SA” as the subject of the email.

Internally, the position title is Director of Education and Meetings.

 

Alternative Titles:  Education, education manager, education director, manager of education.

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
2017-2251
US-MD-Hanover

Project Director - FIT/LMCI

 

In this newly created role as the Project Director, you will work in a matrix environment with regional affiliates across the country to support training and projected business needs, while elevating our organization’s visibility nationwide. As the key point of contact for our field team (8 staff, including apprenticeship training representatives and industry liaisons), you will ensure the team has all systems, processes, and information they need to be effective and impactful in their work. As a trusted member of our cohesive leadership team, you will work directly with the executive director, who is accessible but will give you the autonomy you need to make this role your own, and your peers, three directors and an office manager. Your fresh eyes will help us identify areas for improvement so we can continually enhance internal processes and deliver timely, high-quality programs. 

 

About Us

The Labor Management Cooperation Initiative (LMCI) and Finishing Trades Institute (FTI) are service functions for the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades (IUPAT) and the Finishing Industries. Recognized as one of the most active unions in the labor movement, IUPAT is a growing force of over 160,000 active and retired men and women in the United States and Canada working in the finishing trades as industrial and commercial painters, drywall finishers, wall coverers, glaziers, glass workers, floor covering installers, sign makers, display workers, convention and show decorators, and many more exciting occupations. IUPAT members help shape their communities in many ways – through an abiding commitment to service, by fighting passionately for workers’ rights that benefit all working families, and through effective and aggressive political mobilization.

 

About the Position

As Project Director, you will implement project management tools and best practices that manage moving pieces throughout LMCI and FTI. We will look to you to set goals, implement metrics, and create project templates that show project statuses for all staff. Key to your success in this role is your ability to cultivate relationships, manage groups, solicit opinions and insights, and put programs into action. Much of your work is done through the management of teams and the management of important projects.

 

Coming in the door, we will look to you to learn our business model, evaluate our current processes, and implement SOPs and project management processes that allow the entire team (onsite and field staff alike) to consolidate workflow and increase operational efficiencies. We will rely on your expertise to make this a smooth transition for all of us. 

 

You will help your staff proactively determine training, certification, and grant needs for the regions – ensuring all affiliates have what they need to implement standards and meet their goals. You will be in daily communication with your field team as you executive coach, advise, and problem solve before project issues escalate. You will serve as the voice of your team, reconciling immediate business issues, managing escalations through the executive director, and keeping your team informed on new developments from the Hanover, MD office. This is an excellent opportunity to have a direct and meaningful impact as you and your team take “good to great” in an already successful and well-established organization.

 

The Labor Management Cooperation Initiative (LMCI) has a mission to grow the market share of union construction companies and workforce. As industry advocates, we give our contractors and members a single, unified voice to address industry and political decision-makers on issues of mutual interest. We accomplish our goals by exploring new markets and technologies; business-to-business networking; driving solutions on health and safety issues; and promoting advanced training and education for the IUPAT workforce.

 

IUPAT’s education department, the Finishing Trades Institute (FTI), offers an apprenticeship training program support for trainers and instructors in over 30 district councils across the United States and Canada. FTI programs not only provide the necessary skills to do the job right the first time but also provide the training to do it safely. The FTI exists to provide IUPAT members with the skills they need to have a fulfilling and rewarding career in the finishing trades.

 

Responsibilities of the Project Director

  • Implement project management tool: select software, determine steps for the projects, set up structure across teams, serve as the point person to answer questions, train staff to track projects from initial email to final invoice.
  • Design and implement project templates which can be used globally across FTI and LMCI to identify responsibilities, budget, timelines, etc.
  • Update and change established procedures to best meet the needs of teams.
  • Set performance goals and metrics for field staff.
  • Design and implement best practices for recruitment.
  • Check in with field staff daily to make sure they are focused and on task, collect data, solve problems as possible, and escalate issues to the director as necessary.
  • Serve as coach and resource to staff and build rapport through recognition, respect, and success.
  • Build a reputation for teamwork, service, and responsiveness of your team.
  • Analyze staff reports and help build relationships in regions by assisting staff in identifying areas where we can provide grant funding, training, trade show sponsorships, marketing and training materials, etc. to our affiliates.
  • Assist team in facilitating national affiliate needs by writing grants, providing advice, managing and implementing standards, setting up round table meetings, and developing special projects with your team.
  • Oversee quality, timeliness, and delivery of programs which meet or exceed expectations.
  • Share information on curriculum, software, and best practices with your staff so that they are aware of all the ways they can serve their affiliates.
  • Provide affiliate and field staff feedback to the executive team in a productive and effective way.
  • Provide daily updates to the executive director on the progress of dozens of ongoing projects in the field and operationally.

 

Qualifications of the Project Director

  • Bachelor’s degree is preferred.
  • 10 or more years of project management experience.
  • 5 or more years’ supervisory experience, including a proven ability to manage a cohesive team.
  • Project management software and Microsoft Office Suite experience required (Wrike or Smartsheet a plus).
  • Demonstrated skill and capacity to bring about creative solutions to complex problems in a collaborative manner. Demonstrated tact, professionalism, discretion, and diplomacy.
  • Ability to travel up to 25 percent of the time.
  • Experience working in a construction environment preferred.

 

Attributes of the Project Director

  • Excellent project manager. You plan carefully to keep projects on schedule and on budget. Your communication is key to how a project runs. You have the ability to make quick decisions and work efficiently to keep several projects and teams running at the same time while looking ahead at future projects. 
  • Process-oriented. You love to make things faster, smoother, and more effective – and you are good at it. You bring order to competing priorities and keep things clear, concise, and running smoothly. You delegate effectively and drive a clear process.
  • Problem solver. You’re intellectually curious. You think about what a process should be, evaluate the options, and implement solutions. You understand the big picture and you easily recognize challenges before they occur.
  • Business-focused. You set priorities wisely and know how to make tough resource allocation decisions, always finding a way to forward strategic initiatives.
  • Firm and fair mentor/supervisor. You are an excellent mentor and are known for developing great people. You confidently engage staff at all levels to define needs and expectations. You insist on respect and accountability. People enjoy working with you.
  • Collaborative. You are open and collaborative. You value what each team member brings to the table and you know how to maintain relationships and get the work done. You are sensitive to cultural differences and respectful of all people.
  • Team player. You hold others accountable to their commitments and you are impeccable with your word. You know when to delegate and can just as easily roll up your sleeves when needed. You navigate all kinds of relationships with ease and good judgment.
  • Communicator. You possess excellent written and verbal communication skills. You communicate readily and effectively at all levels, one-on-one, and in groups. You build an environment of respect.
  • Service driven. You have positive, friendly, intelligent, and empathetic interactions with colleagues and customers. You understand the needs of the mission and the direction of the organization. You are committed to providing the highest level of service. You take initiative and work hard to make a difference for others.
  • Adaptable. You are able to anticipate and respond to change in a fast-paced environment on a daily basis and demonstrate a willingness to learn new ways of approaching your work to achieve better results.
  • Hard worker. You don’t just show up for work; you have a strong work ethic and are highly productive, always looking to do more. You embody accountability and foster trust. 

What’s Attractive to the Right Project Director Candidate?

  • This role is yours to own and develop. As part of the leadership team, your input will be valued.
  • This is a fairly autonomous role where you will enjoy a close working relationship with the executive director, who is supportive, does not micromanage, and will trust you to do your job well.
  • You will be working with a highly qualified, committed team who have been on staff for many years.
  • This is a culture known for great service and successful programs where everyone takes pride in their hard work.
  • Our organization is family-oriented, with a strong focus on our members. You can be proud of the craftsmen and craftswomen we serve: the painters, finishers, glaziers, installers, and other construction workers who are the backbone of America.
  • We offer competitive compensation, use of a company vehicle, and a generous benefits package that includes 100 percent employer-paid medical, dental, vision coverage, prescription, short-term and long-term disability, life insurance of 1x annual salary, pension, and a 401(k) with 6 percent employer contribution. Additionally, we offer 2 weeks of vacation and 10 paid holidays including a holiday break between Christmas and New Year’s. 

 

To Apply for the Project Director position with FTI/LMCI:

Use the “Apply” button on this page, or email your resume to Jennie Kinsfather at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “FTI/LMCI – Project Director / 2017-2250 SA” as the subject of the email.

 

Alternative Titles: Senior Project Manager, Program Manager, Project Manager, Superintendent, Deputy Project Manager, Director, Operations Manager.

 

Internally this position title is: Affiliate Services Director


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. 

IUPAT is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Use of the computer for approximately 60%-80% of the day. Physical mobility required to perform shipping, receiving, inventory and classroom set up, including lifting of light boxes up to 50 lbs.

WORK ENVIRONMENT: This position is based in Hanover, MD. The dress code is business casual and may be may be altered at any time by the FTI Executive team. You will be provided with a cell phone and laptop and are expected to be accessible via phone or email outside of regular business hours in order to cover calls from the east coast to Hawaii. We offer a flexible schedule but it is anticipated you will spend 35 hours per week in the office and an additional 15 hours offsite. 

 

 

Job ID
2017-2250
US-DC-Washington

Manager of Education - SCAI

 

Position

As the Manager of Education at Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions (SCAI), you will ensure the smooth delivery of our onsite and online education programs. Your proven education experience along with your ability to produce clever solutions and ideas, collaborate across departments, and manage multiple projects at varying stages of delivery, will be keys to your success in this role.

 

You will collaborate with our program directors, meetings staff, content developers, CME experts, communications department, etc. to get our new online and face-to-face programs up and running. This role will provide you with unique challenges and growth for your career. You will ensure timelines are met for products at various stages of development and delivery. While this role focuses primarily on the implementation and delivery of programs and education products, we want to hear your ideas about how to best utilize our platform to deliver education offerings. As we build out our LMS you can help us formulate the logistical groundwork for a comprehensive core curriculum. We are working on strategic plans for new online programs for our doctors, nurses, and techs.

 

You will report to, and work closely with, the vice president of education as you help to keep our programs cutting edge and identify innovative ideas for program delivery. You will have a voice in establishing a robust curriculum platform which meets and exceeds industry standards.

 

Organization

 

Whether it is interventional cardiology's premiere event, SCAI's Annual Scientific Sessions, sharing knowledge at a worldwide gathering or smaller regional and specialized programs, or through online resources, SCAI is head and shoulders above the rest when it comes to offering diverse educational opportunities for interventional and invasive cardiologists.

 

SCAI’s members know they can rely on our staff to deliver what they need. Building on a track record of trust and rapport, our members count on us to establish and develop programs that meet or exceed industry standards. SCAI is the only society that fights for interventional cardiology by getting interventionalists their own designation for CMS; serving as the primary leader in securing new codes and establishing national reimbursement valuations for new interventional cardiology cardiovascular services and procedures; obtaining and expanding coverage for new and existing interventions; protecting the existing valuations for Interventional Cardiology’s core procedures; and continually educating regulators about the value and intensity of interventional cardiology procedures.

 

The Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions promotes excellence in invasive and interventional cardiovascular medicine through education and representation, and the advancement of quality standards to enhance patient care. SCAI now has a membership of over 4,300 invasive/interventional cardiologists and cath lab team members. There are currently approximately 17 committees, which are open to all members. 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.

 

SCAI is committed to improving the quality of patient care for all patients of interventional cardiology. SCAI keeps up with ever-evolving advances in interventional therapies and educates members by developing education and guidelines and providing quality improvement tools critical for interventional cardiologists.

 

Responsibilities of the Manager of Education

  • Provide support to the VP of education regarding research and implementation of new educational technology and trends to serve SCAI members, including Fellows in Training (FIT) and Cardiovascular Professionals (CVP) members.
  • Understand continuing medical education rules, requirements, updates, and scheduled changes ensuring that SCAI stays within ACCME/MOC compliance for accreditation.
  • Assist with the smooth implementation of a new LMS.
  • Listen to our members to determine what they want most from our educational programs and suggest/implement changes as appropriate.
  • Help determine creative means of delivering programs in person; brainstorm with the team; help develop implementation plans.
  • Manage various multi-media projects at once while tracking details and seeing each project through to completion.
  • Work with our education team to create valuable programs to meet the needs of our partners.
  • Collaborate across departments to coordinate timelines and budgets. Ensure work gets done efficiently and effectively across departments toward a common goal.
  • Develop, disseminate, and collect evaluation forms, survey instruments, and other forms of formal and informal feedback to determine SCAI’s success in meeting its educational program.
  • Evaluate current programs and provide input to the team for improvements and updates.
  • Monitor test results to identify gaps in programs and implement improvements as needed.
  • Assist with grant writing.

 

Qualifications of the Manager of Education

  • Bachelor’s degree required, related discipline preferred.
  • Minimum 3-5 years education experience in a professional society required, medical association experience is strongly preferred.
  • Strong experience with technology and educational software and delivery products.
  • Strong project management skills with demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects at varying stages of development/delivery.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Must have knowledge of CME, CE, CEU’s procedures and regulations.
  • Demonstrated experience with of educational conferences and meetings.
  • Experience with data analysis to determine the efficacy of programs.
  • Exceptional organizational and collaboration skills.
  • Ability to multitask and work well under tight deadlines in a fast-paced environment.
  • Ability to travel approximately 10 – 20 percent of the time to support society activities, such as attending meetings and other events.

 

Attributes of the Manager of Education

  • Self-starter; self-motivated. You can be trusted to take a program from start to finish. You know when to ask for help as you ensure projects are completed on time. You work closely with your colleagues – you build trust and rapport across all levels.
  • Project manager. You allocate and optimize resources, assign responsibility, manage timelines, reduce risks, and get the project done.
  • Collaborative. You are able to find common ground and build consensus for workable solutions.
  • Problem solver. You understand the big picture and easily recognize challenges before they occur. You make sense of complex and sometimes contradictory information to solve problems.
  • Results driven. You smoothly manage through ambiguity. You are able to easily shift gears, reprioritize, and stay focused on outcomes. You consistently achieve the desired results.
  • Politically astute. You represent yourself and your organization as polished, credible, and knowledgeable.
  • Business acumen. Cardiac medicine is a rapidly changing field, with standards, practices, and technologies constantly being reviewed and updated. As you continuously learn more about our members and this practice area, you leverage this knowledge to create relevant educational materials that provide a great member experience.

 

What’s Attractive to the Right Manager of Education Candidate?

  • SCAI is financially strong ($8.5 million annual budget) with a new executive director (an executive with a track record that includes a successful startup and three turn-around organizations).
  • You will have the chance to advance your skills and career. What you bring to the table is vital to our ongoing success.
  • You will be able (and encouraged) to try new methods.
  • You will work in close partnership with our new VP of education, who will trust you to do your work without micromanaging.
  • SCAI’s staff are smart, interactive, energetic, hard-working people who are committed to their work and delivering a solid work product.
  • We have a solid reputation among our members for our educational products, meetings, and materials.
  • 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.
  • You will have an opportunity to work on issues you care about while educating people on new topics and beating the larger organizations to the punch on providing high-quality, cutting-edge education.
  • We offer highly competitive compensation and benefits.

 

To Apply for the Manager of Education position with SCAI:

Use the "Apply" button on this page, or email your resume to Jennie Kinsfather at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with "SCAI Manager of Education / 2017-2247 SA" as the subject of the email.  

 

Alternative Titles:  education manager,  eLearning program Manager, Education Coordinator, CME Manager, CME coordinator, continuing education program manager, continuing education coordinator.  

 

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. 

 

 

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Job ID
2017-2247
US-DC-Washington, DC

Vice President, Victim Services - RAINN

 

Position

RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) is the nation's largest anti-sexual violence organization. RAINN created and operates the National Sexual Assault Hotline (800.656.HOPE, online.rainn.org, y rainn.org/es) in partnership with more than 1,000 local sexual assault service providers across the country and operates the Department of Defense (DoD) Safe Helpline for the Department of Defense. RAINN also carries out programs to prevent sexual violence, help victims, and ensure that perpetrators are brought to justice.

 

In this high visibility role as the Vice President of Victim Services (VPVS), you will serve as a key member of RAINN's senior management team and will be responsible for the strategic and operational responsibility for the National Sexual Assault Hotline, DoD Safe Helpline and services for public- and private-sector clients. As VPVS, you will develop and grow programs and associated revenue; lead a large staff; manage external relationships; be client-focused and responsive; and help the organization meet its strategic growth goals.

 

This is a highly engaged role, internally and externally, where you will be a trusted partner and a go-to resource on issues concerning sexual violence for staff across the organization, RAINN partners and clients, the media, and outside agencies seeking information or additional resources. You will work closely with the president and communications team on media requests and assist with creating responses to those inquires.

 

You will be the operational lead for the department, which includes overseeing technical aspects of our work. We have developed our own sophisticated, cutting edge online and call center systems. You will be responsible for working with staff to ensure all systems provide necessary anonymity, pull and report proper data, and are as user-friendly and efficient as possible, for callers and staff alike.

 

Our staff and volunteers are critical to fulfilling our mission. You will lead a team of six direct reports as you oversee a department of 150 staff (program staff and the 24/7 call center staff), as well as several hundred volunteers. As our programs continue to grow, so will the team. You will work closely with the program managers to build a hiring, training, and retention program that supports our growth. Your ability to retain and grow talented staff (and volunteers) and build a cohesive, motivated team across our 24/7 staffing structure is vital to our continued success.

 

In addition to our hotline, RAINN offers victim services, public policy, training, education programs, contract services, and consulting services. You will work closely with our consulting services department to identify potential new contract relationships and build and manage operational plans to provide hotline services to constituents of these clients.

 

About RAINN

RAINN is the nation’s largest anti-sexual violence organization and leading authority on sexual violence. RAINN is a dynamic organization comprised of experts in victim services, public education, public policy, and technology – a comprehensive team that works together to provide best-in-class services for survivors, inform and educate the nation about sexual violence, and improve the public policy and criminal justice response to sexual violence.

 

The victim services experts at RAINN take a victim-centered, trauma-informed approach to developing programs and services that support survivors of sexual violence and their loved ones. As the country’s leading provider of sexual assault services, RAINN has developed programs to help survivors in all stages of recovery. RAINN’s programs directly help more than 17,000 survivors each month.

 

RAINN’s communications experts raise the visibility of sexual violence and advance the public’s understanding of the crime. RAINN works with the media, entertainment industry, and colleges across the country to provide accurate information about sexual violence prevention, prosecution, and recovery. RAINN is recognized as the go-to source for media seeking expert commentary and research on sexual violence news and stories. RAINN maintains an active social media presence, reacting to current events and ensuring that people who need support can find it through the National Sexual Assault Hotline.

 

RAINN’s policy team works at the federal and state level to improve the criminal justice system, prevent sexual assault, and ensure justice for survivors. RAINN works closely with the Departments of Justice, Education, and Health & Human Services to improve the federal response to sexual violence. RAINN leads the national effort to end the rape kit backlog and collaborates with allies to promote state action.

 

RAINN’s consulting and subject matter experts work with clients across the public, private, and nonprofit sectors to develop targeted, effective sexual violence education and response programs. RAINN’s services prepare organizations to effectively provide education about sexual violence and to respond to incidents in a way that facilitates healing and promotes safe and healthy communities. To do this, RAINN offers a variety of specialized consulting services to meet each organization’s unique needs, including hotline services, consulting, program assessments, and education and training.

 

Responsibilities of the Vice President, Victim Services

Program Management and Leadership

  • Ensure ongoing programmatic excellence.
  • Support program managers and enable them to strengthen and grow their programs.
  • Assess current programs and identify areas to improve.
  • Identify needs and opportunities for new programs and oversee program development.
  • Recruit, hire, and manage strong program leaders.
  • Oversee research and evaluation programs, from data collection to analysis to the program improvements that result.
  • Work closely with RAINN's senior leadership team and board; collaborate on cross-departmental activities, including communications, public policy, and fundraising.
  • Manage current projects and ensure clients are supported and informed.
  • Create, review, and edit content (e.g., trainings, memos, reports, project plans, and website content).

External Relationships

  • Help manage relationships with clients and partner organizations.
  • Conduct media interviews.
  • Engage stakeholders and maintain relationships with subject matter experts in allied professions.
  • Represent the organization at meetings and conferences.
  • Manage relationship with our 1,000 local sexual assault service provider partners.
  • Act as a subject matter expert on issues relating to sexual violence and victim services.

Strategic Growth

  • Work with program managers to expand programs.
  • Identify and cultivate strategic partnerships and revenue-generating opportunities.
  • Identify and respond to grant and contract solicitations.

 

Qualifications of the Vice President, Victim Services

  • At least 10 years of program management and leadership experience.
  • Extensive knowledge about sexual violence, trauma, and victim care.
  • Experience developing new programs.
  • Success in recruiting, managing, and motivating a strong team of professionals.
  • Experience negotiating and leading collaborative efforts with stakeholders and strategic partners.
  • Experience running a 24/7 program.
  • Extensive experience managing contracts and grants.
  • Experience managing complex projects while also actively pursuing additional funding.
  • Demonstrated record of working successfully with government, corporate, and nonprofit entities.
  • History serving in or working with the U.S. military is a strong plus.
  • Ability to travel as necessary (approximately 10 percent).
  • Must complete a criminal background check (administered by RAINN).
  • Bachelor’s degree is required. Advanced degree in a related field is strongly preferred.

 

Attributes of the Vice President, Victim Services

  • Exceptional communicator. You are known for your poise, tact, and diplomacy. You confidently engage with staff at all levels and across multiple stakeholder groups. You are willing to listen and learn from others. You are responsive to calls and emails in a timely manner. You give respect; you earn yours.
  • Strategically minded and resourceful. You see the big picture and understand how the details relate to the overall mission of an organization. You are passionate about identifying and meeting challenges through proactive alignment and engagement of key stakeholders. You are a “builder” – you recognize and seek out opportunities. 
  • Flexible. Whether it’s an operational adjustment, technology challenges and/or updates, changes in staffing patterns or new programs, you adjust to changing priorities and operate effectively in a fluid environment. You skillfully manage numerous daily commitments and competing priorities. 
  • Politically astute. You are able to understand, respect, and appreciate the challenges and constraints of others, and you are able to confidently guide and direct them.
  • Collaborative. You are grounded in our organizational values of sharing information and working cooperatively. People know that you have their best interests in mind and that you are sincere in your communications. You value working in a cohesive team environment where everyone works hard and relies on each other to pull it all together.
  • Servant-leader. You have proven leadership and management skills, and a profoundly collaborative style. You are able to lead and build the team; you are able to work closely with program staff, build trust and rapport, coach, and advise. You are a leader, coach, and supporter all at the same time – you build trust across all levels of the organization.
  • Creative. You seize opportunities as they arise. You’re intellectually curious and a strong consensus builder. You consistently identify new ways to make things better.
  • Service-driven. You are committed to providing the highest level of service while remaining aligned with the mission of the organization.

 

What’s Attractive to the Right Vice President, Victim Services Candidate?

  • This is a high visibility role. As an expert on sexual violence, you will have a national platform to influence how victims of sexual assault are treated and served.
  • You have the opportunity to build upon proven and successful programs, and significantly expand our service capability across the country and around the world.  
  • What you bring to the table is vital to our success – innovation and ideas are welcome.
  • RAINN is financially strong. RAINN has stable leadership. We have a positive, supportive culture.
  • We have an intelligent model to fund our work. You will have the resources you need to be successful. 
  • You will work in close partnership with the president of RAINN, who is an exceptional partner, will trust you to do your work, and won’t micromanager. 

 

To Apply for the Vice President, Victim Services position with RAINN: 

 

Use the “Apply” button on this page, or email your resume to Jennie Kinsfather at resumes@staffingadvisors.com  with “RAINN - Vice President, Victim Services - 2017/2242 SA" as the subject of the email.

 

Alternative Titles:  Associate Vice President, Vice President, Vice President, Executive Director, Founder, Task Lead, Program Lead, Director, Victim Advocate, Director of Program Services, Director of Victim Programs, Director of Victim Service, Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Coordinator, Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Manager, Deputy Director, Deputy Prevention of Sexual Assault Coordinator, Crisis Center Executive Director, Deputy Program Manager, Victim Services Program Specialist, Social Worker, Victim Advocate, Strategic Partnerships Advocate, Clinical Social Worker, Director of Service and Advocacy, Coordinator for Victim Advocacy Services, Director of Prevention Education, Counselor, Task Force Lead, Deputy Program Manager

 

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
2017-2242
US-MD-Bethesda

Director of Human Resources

 

Organization

Founded in 1901, Holton-Arms School is an independent college preparatory girls school with 665 students in grades 3 through 12, located on a 57-acre campus in Bethesda, MD. With 155 full-time, 40 part-time, and 200 seasonal employees, Holton-Arms is a diverse community of students, faculty, and staff reflecting the population of the metropolitan Washington, D.C. area.

 

The school’s mission is to cultivate the unique potential of young women through the “education not only of the mind, but of the soul and spirit.” (Jessie Moon Holton - 1866-1951, co-founder.) By developing their intellectual curiosity, self-reliance, tenacity of purpose, and commitment to others, Holton inspires young women to lead lives of positive influence and make a difference in a complex and changing world. Our motto – I will find a way or make one – speaks volumes about a Holton education. Here, girls develop tenacity of purpose, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills. Here, girls find their voices.

 

Position

As Director of Human Resources, you will be in a high visibility leadership role and a member of the Business Office Staff. You will lead a department of two (you and the HR coordinator) and provide overall HR direction and support for all employees. This is a high engagement role where you will partner with senior leadership and serve as hands-on HR director as you manage our HR initiatives, including all aspects of benefits administration, compensation, recruitment, performance management, payroll management, progressive discipline, employee counseling, retirement plan administration (including serving as a fiduciary on the 403(b) retirement plan committee), and various other HR functions. You will monitor applicable regulatory requirements and employment laws.

 

You will also act as a key advisor on employee relations matters, such as coaching, mediating, developing action plans, counseling employees, and providing referrals. You will build relationships with staff at all levels and provide guidance and advice on a broad range of issues, from workplace culture and productivity to employee development, conflict resolution, and the facilitation of teamwork and cooperation.

 

This position reports to the director of finance and operations.

 

Responsibilities of the Director of Human Resources

  • Establish hiring, onboarding, and other employment practices and policies; serve as a strategic partner to administrators and personnel managers in HR matters.
  • Manage employee benefit plans and updates, including plan documents, summary plan descriptions, and regulatory forms.
  • Manage outsourced vendor relationships and administration of the company’s 403(b) retirement plan, and health and welfare plans. Work with auditors and advisors in the preparation of the company’s regulatory reports such as EEO1, Form 5500/Annual Returns.
  • Act as a key advisor on employee relations matters – coach managers, mediate, develop action plans, counsel employees, provide referrals, etc.
  • Manage HR budget and ensure spending is consistent with business needs and reflects good stewardship in the management of the school’s resources.
  • Build effective working relationships with staff at all levels, providing advice and guidance on a broad range of issues, particularly related to workplace culture and productivity. Foster the development of others, facilitate teamwork and cooperation, and aid the constructive resolution of conflicts.
  • Develop and maintain a system of personnel records for all school employees in order to provide a comprehensive, efficient, accurate, and current record of all matters pertinent to employment, transfer, tenure, retirement, leaves, promotion, discipline, demotion, etc.
  • Oversee payroll and coordinate fiscal and calendar year-end processing of payroll, including supplemental payrolls, W-2, ACA filings and other tax forms, and other government required documentation.

 

Qualifications of the Director of Human Resources

  • Bachelor’s degree in HR or related field; 10+ years of HR experience primarily related to employee benefit plans, employee relations, and payroll. HR certification preferred.
  • Supervisory experience leading and developing an HR and payroll team including the ability to inspire, motivate, influence, and hold colleagues accountable to high standards.
  • Knowledge of employment laws, best practices, and trends in HR and payroll.
  • Proficiency with HRIS systems and Microsoft Office applications, particularly Excel. Knowledge of Google products is helpful.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to establish respect, credibility, and trust, and maintain productive working relationships at all levels of the organization including staff and senior leadership.
  • Customer service orientation; ability to function effectively as a team member and team leader, and keen sensitivity to others.
  • Exceptional communication skills – verbal, written, presentation, and in-team
  • Demonstrated commitment to confidentiality; absolute discretion in handling sensitive/confidential information, strong ethics, and ability to exercise good judgment. 

 

Attributes as the Director of Human Resources

  • Service driven. You work as a positive team player. You maintain a service-oriented attitude and respond in a timely, effective manner to staff and/or member requests. You are known for how you “get things done.”
  • Leader/mentor. Your communication skills provide you with the ability to train and mentor others, making information and procedures easy to comprehend.
  • Diplomatic. You are sensitive to the needs of others while being realistic about what can be accomplished. You are known for leadership, poise, tact, and diplomacy.
  • Rapport-builder.You are known to be reliable, accountable, and trustworthy.
  • Detail oriented. You have command of both the process and the details. You are known for your accuracy and you get it done right the first time. You follow a consistent and fair process while considering the different nuances.
  • Gravitas. Colleagues respect you for your expertise and appreciate how you can evaluate issues from both an individual and organizational perspective. You effortlessly communicate the message appropriate to your audience whether the matter is personal or policy related. You work confidently with people at all levels.
  • Priority management. You switch from long-range needs to crisis-of-the-moment with agility and ease. You really “get” what is a priority and can independently prioritize.
  • Resourceful. Whether you’re dealing with something that requires a quick turn-around or a long-term project with many steps, you take full responsibility from start to finish.
  • Team player. You thrive in a team environment, yet work well independently. 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 Director of Human Resources Candidate?

  • You will join a stable, financially healthy independent school with a rich history of inspiring young women to lead lives of positive influence.
  • You will be a true HR generalist, overseeing every aspect of the school’s HR practices. You will take charge of the hands-on and high-touch personal aspects of an HR role, as well as the behind-the-scenes, operational work.
  • We work hard and your work will be recognized and appreciated, but we also understand that everyone leads a rich life outside of the school. Our department celebrates and supports each other’s lives – we have a generous vacation schedule and we celebrate every new hire, every birthday, and successes in our personal lives.
  • You enjoy being a part of your team’s lives. You can remain objective when necessary but are not aloof.
  • Free lunch for all staff while school is in session.
  • We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including maternity/paternity leave, tuition remission for staff children, retirement savings plans, short- and long-term disability.

 

To Apply for the Director of Human Resources position with Holton-Arms School: 

Use the "Apply" button on this page, or email your resume to Jennie Kinsfather at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with "Holton-Arms Director of HR / 2017-2238 SA" as the subject of the email.

 

Alternative Titles:  Human Resources Director, Senior HR Generalist, Senior HR Manager, Director HR and Administration, HR Consultant, Senior Manager of HR and Administration, Human Resources Manager, HR Administrator.  

 

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
2017-2238
US-DC-Washington

Chief Executive Officer (Washington, DC)

 

St. John’s Community Services (SJCS) is a $32 million 501(c)(3) direct service provider, a community builder, and a fearless, pioneering, and passionate advocate for people with disabilities. We are fully committed to self-direction, full citizenship, and equal rights for everyone, at home and at work. All of our services are provided “without walls” right in the community. We know firsthand how lives and communities are enriched when people with disabilities are integrated into all aspects of community life.

 

We advance our mission through practices that offer innovative models for other agencies and governments through advocacy, education, and collaboration as part of the service and policy creation process. We’ve earned a reputation for being restlessly innovative in our approach to direct service, serving people with the greatest needs, tackling the most difficult problems, learning, developing, and refining our business model – blazing a path forward for others to follow.

 

At every turn in our 150-year history, we’ve chosen the path that’s right, and never what’s easy. We were pioneers in delivering community-based services and competitive integrated employment opportunities for people with disabilities. Our success in delivering community-based services became a rising tide that lifted all boats. At SJCS we seek out the toughest challenges, first finding new ways to solve problems, then advocating for the best solution with funders, and then freely sharing our expertise with others. We view our direct service work as a research and development laboratory helping us better understand how we and others can help people with disabilities to fulfill their potential. Our advocacy and technical assistance are firmly grounded in our practical experience – it is not theoretical or academic. In providing direct service, we learn what works, how to advocate for smarter funding mechanisms, how to respond in unique ways to address individual circumstances, choices, and dreams for the future, and how to learn with and teach our peers and funders.

 

Our deeply experienced senior leadership team and our 800 well-trained and dedicated employees are adept at breaking down barriers that stand in the way of full workplace and community participation. At every level of our organization, we believe that each person we interact with should be included, respected, and valued; have ongoing information, experiences, and expectations from which to make choices; form a variety of relationships; live and participate in the communities of their choice; have a career, dreams for the future, and the ability to make meaningful contributions.

 

We’ve always adapted to our times, earning the respect of families, funders, and regulators for our strict evaluation protocols and impeccable health and safety practices. We’ve received the highest levels of accreditation and recognition for quality services, including CARF accreditation in all of our state subsidiaries.

 

Having pioneered the community engagement approach now mandated by funders, but facing escalating service costs and declining Medicaid funding, we know the time has come to evolve our business model to adapt to the current environment.

 

As our Chief Executive Officer, you will lead our organization through its next evolution, setting the strategic direction for our future, ensuring that SJCS extends its policy and program leadership, is financially sound, operationally excellent, sustainable for the future, and that teams at all levels are functioning to their greatest potential.

 

To date, the vast majority of our funding (95 percent) has been via Medicaid, delivered through six state-level contracts in Washington D.C., Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Virginia. We know there are additional populations of people we can serve (perhaps where our expertise in outcomes-based service delivery and an empowering model of positive behavioral support could make a significant impact). We know there are other significant sources of local, state, and federal government funding we could pursue (Department of Education, Department of Labor, or other funders where our expertise in program development for a difficult-to-serve population could make a significant impact.) We believe there may also be significant private funding available, including building a medical model of care where our expertise in providing support for the social determinants of health could make a significant impact.


Your role will be to work with internal and external stakeholders to understand these new opportunities, explore which ideas are most closely aligned with our mission and capabilities, evaluate where our work can be sustainably funded, and decide where we can make the most significant impact. You will enjoy the full support and resources of our volunteer leadership as you consider the many possibilities. SJCS is currently governed by a parent board of trustees, a board of directors for the foundation, and boards for each of the regional offices.

 

Our Current Services

  • Community Living Services (Residential Services) – Support with finding suitable housing and providing in-home support according to the needs of the person.
  • Community Participation Services (Adult Day Services) – A program without walls enabling people with disabilities to participate in their communities.
  • Employment Services – Supporting people with disabilities to develop a career path and acquire and retain competitive employment.
  • In-Home Services – Providing in-home periodic support to adults with intellectual, developmental, and other disabilities so that they may live independently in their own home or their family’s home.
  • Consulting Services – Active support for local and national organizations to develop programs, pursue strategic directions, incorporate innovation, and meet the challenges of the human services environment.


Your First Year Priorities as Chief Executive Officer

Reinforce and build upon the organization’s strong values-driven culture while ensuring organizational efficiency, compliance, quality, person-centered service excellence, and financial sustainability, advancing the SJCS mission and continuing our legacy of innovation and advocacy.

We expect that during your first year, you will:

  • Visit all SJCS locations, meet the staff, and become familiar with all SJCS programs. Develop productive relationships with staff, board members, funders, community leaders, and key constituents in each region. Potentially recruit new board members.
  • Understand the financial structure of SJCS, the variables that affect financials, and the human capital needs of the organization. Conduct a thorough analysis of existing SJCS programs that includes evaluation of values, strengths, challenges, and recommendations for improvement.
  • Guide quality management and quality improvement initiatives across SJCS.
  • Identify a sustainable business model that enables SJCS to achieve operational excellence within programs and significant impact beyond SJCS. Propose new programs, ventures, alliances and other initiatives to serve more people with diverse types of disabilities and add new funding sources. Recommend funding methods, operating models, investments, and metrics to the Board.
  • Develop a framework to evaluate new opportunities and a strategic plan to prioritize how to make wise investments of time and money. Develop priorities for budgeting and growth. Propose initial investments and define metrics for success. Launch innovative programs, services, and alliances that will create a significant impact on SJCS revenue within the next 3 to 5 years.

 

Qualifications and Experience

  • 10 or more years of senior management experience in a similar or related field, with a background of leading a complex organization (e.g., a multi-service and/or multi-location with hundreds of employees and $10+ million budget). A commitment to SJCS’ mission, vision, and values, and ability to lead the organization in alignment with those principles.
  • An entrepreneurial leader, capable of responding to a complex and changing funding environment, with the business acumen to develop new service models. Experience in successfully negotiating/renegotiating large-scale grant and contracts; experience building organizational revenues and sustainability.
  • Familiarity with the components of organizational advancement including fundraising, PR, and communications.
  • Superb relationship building and interpersonal communications skills. The ability to successfully relate to a wide range of constituencies and effectively advocate for SJCS, the needs of the people we are privileged to serve, and other service providers.
  • Experience successfully working with boards, funders, regulators, family members, community leaders, and other vital stakeholders.

 

Attributes of a Successful Chief Executive Officer

  • Mission-centered. You care profoundly about serving people and possess a personal commitment to the organization’s beliefs and mission. You understand what matters to our community and our donors, and can easily translate our mission into social impact.
  • Entrepreneurial. You consistently identify ways to make things better. You are comfortable with ambiguity and uncertainty, knowing when to gather more information and when to take committed action. You have the ability to think creatively and develop strategic business plans. You are willing and able to invent new services or explore new funding options.
  • Inspirational. You are confident, engaging, and persuasive, articulating a clear vision for the future. People want to follow your lead.
  • Collaborative. You welcome and respect the views of others. You understand that organizational strength emerges from including a diversity of perspectives.
  • Strategically flexible. You are tenacious but capable of making adjustments based on new information. You are not afraid to fight for the something you believe in, nor are you afraid to walk away from situations that are unwinnable.
  • Developer. You are skilled at coaching, mentoring, and developing staff at all professional levels, skillfully identifying and promoting talent into well-functioning teams.
  • Decisive. You set priorities wisely and know how to make tough resource allocation decisions – always finding a way to advance strategic initiatives.
  • Enthusiastic. You possess a high level of energy. You totally immerse yourself in your work and take pride in a job done exceptionally well.

 

What’s Attractive to the Right Chief Executive Officer Candidate?

  • Your work will have impact far beyond the walls of SJCS, shaping government policy and echoing through the work of many other organizations, advancing the civil rights of millions of Americans, and making communities richer, more just, and more inclusive.
  • Your efforts will be supported by hundreds of like-minded employees. SJCS has driven social change for over 150 years, earning enduring respect for always doing the “right” thing, even when it was not easy. You will be leading a team of highly competent, deeply experienced, collegial and collaborative professionals – many of whom have a decades-long history with SJCS and all of whom are deeply passionate about the mission, the people we serve, and the services we provide.
  • You will enjoy the full support of the board, who will encourage innovation and will prove to be an effective sounding board for new ideas.

To Apply for the CEO role with SJCS:

You can Apply on this page, or email your resume to Bob Corlett at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “SJCS – CEO / 2017-2230 SA” as the subject of the email.

 

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.

 

We welcome candidates from backgrounds including (but not limited to): Executive Director, President, Chief Executive Officer, CEO, Chief Operating Officer, COO, Deputy Executive Director, or Vice President of Strategy.

 

 

Job ID
2017-2230
US-MD-Bethesda

Director of Training Practice - AFP

 

Organization

We have a history to be proud of at the Association for Financial Professionals (AFP) and we are not afraid of a challenge as we continue to aggressively invest in our future. Our business operations are complex, international, and on the cusp of significant global growth.

 

AFP is headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland and serves a network of more than 16,000 treasury and finance professionals in 58 countries. We provide members with breaking news, economic research, and data on the evolving world of treasury and finance. AFP also provides world-class treasury certification programs, networking events, financial analytical tools, training, and public policy representation to legislators and regulators. AFP is the daily resource for treasury and finance professionals.

 

Position

In this newly created role as Director of Training Practice, you will drive revenue growth in our training practice by developing new training ideas for our corporate partners and repackaging existing programs into options with greater substance and relevant material. We currently offer over 30 courses in a wide array of topics (at least 5 programs offered each quarter). Working closely with, and receiving guidance from, the managing director of people and training, you will interact on a daily basis with subject matter experts across the organization—who are developing and instructing the curricula—while overseeing the daily management and professional development of all training staff and establishing strong networks on behalf of AFP.

 

We have a robust sales and business development team of 9. In this role, you will accompany the sales team during customer meetings and provide a consultative approach to identify and customize offerings to the customer’s training needs. You will identify and act upon opportunities for improvement in current offerings and new products, including open enrollment seminars, pre-conference workshops, customized training courses, and certification examination preparation materials.

 

Responsibilities of the Director of Training Practice

  • Supervise Training Department staff ensuring an appropriate mix of training content that is current, attractive, and beneficial to treasury and finance professionals. Ensure training content meets AFP’s standard of excellence, as well as seminar and training score goals.
  • Meet or exceed annual revenue targets through the delivery of open enrollment seminars, Certified Treasury Professional (CTP) and financial planning and analysis (FP&A) learning systems, custom training, pre-conference workshops, and virtual training.
  • Oversee current training platforms and development of new products for both individual members and corporate clients within corporate finance and treasury fields. Ensure that AFP Training Practice regularly introduces new, relevant courses and training offerings as well as properly maintains current course offerings.
  • Identify emerging training needs by monitoring legislative, regulatory, and industry developments—as well as competitors’ programs—in corporate treasury and finance.
  • Maintain a pulse on training industry trends and make recommendations on ways AFP can innovate with regards to creating and delivering training content.
  • Oversee rollout of new product and content initiatives to deliver world-class, on-time, and on-budget market introductions.
  • Oversee Learning and Development Advisory Council, a forum for c-suite level learning and development professionals within corporate finance and treasury. Represent AFP at Advisory Council meetings.
  • Oversee and drive opportunities to re-purpose existing content for bundling opportunities and delivery in other channels.
  • Oversee the development and execution of training programs for AFP’s two certifications: Certified Treasury Professional and Certified Corporate Financial Planning & Analysis Professional.
  • Work closely with our learning system business partner, serving as the main point of contact. Develop relationship to drive learning system growth.
  • Responsible for ensuring learning system products are current and best in class. Continually assess current learning system partnership, explore new partnership opportunities, and manage partner contract negotiation process.
  • Manage the growth of learning system products, including corporate sales support.
  • Working with the Training Solutions Sales staff, serve as a consultant on training solutions for corporate clients, analyzing clients’ training needs and, in conjunction with instructor and the training solutions sales consultant, overseeing the design of custom training curricula or modify off-the-shelf curricula, ensuring customers achieve the desired learning outcomes.
  • Oversee and approve all pricing and negotiation for training products.
  • Responsible for meeting AFP’s standard of excellence for all training products; meet or exceed annual qualitative evaluation scores for all training programming.
  • Work in a cross-functional environment with sales, logistics, marketing, and finance to assure successful delivery of training products and growth of training practice.
  • Develop, monitor, and manage appropriate budgets, keeping the managing director informed of anticipated expenses. Review and forecast expenses on a quarterly or as needed basis.
  • Analyze fiscal performance compared to budgets and departmental goals.
  • Participate in the hiring, training, supervision, evaluation, and development of departmental staff consistent with AFP’s human resource practices. Establish departmental and individual staff goals consistent with AFP’s organizational objectives, strategic plan, and core values.

 

Qualifications of the Director of Training Practice

  • Bachelor’s degree in business, finance, or a related field is preferred.
  • Experience in curriculum development, ideally working with adult learners.
  • Staff management experience. Experience managing remote workers is a plus.
  • Strong knowledge of instructional systems design methodology, methods of learning evaluation, training delivery methods (e-learning, instructor-led training, virtual classrooms), curriculum development tools, and learning management systems.
  • A clear and concise communication style, both orally and in writing.
  • Demonstrated success with revenue generation. Experience in marketing, sales, or consulting with the ability to monitor the market and identify customer interests.
  • Experience with using financial analysis (such as analyzing ROI, profit/loss, budgeting, revenue analysis, pricing, and conducting competitive analyses) to evaluate new product offerings.
  • Experience managing projects and collaborating with a team to develop content and sales. A polished and professional appearance to represent AFP in public forums is required, including a clear, articulate, tactful, professional, and friendly speaking manner.
  • Proficiency in all components of Microsoft Office.
  • Ability to travel 25-30 percent of the time (by air, rail, or automobile) for up to one week.

 

Attributes of the Director of Training Practice

  • Innovative. You are curious and business-savvy and you think about the future. You can relate the vision, mission, and values of an organization to meet the needs of its customers. You perform analyses, take well-thought-out risks, and champion new ideas.
  • Collaborative. You are grounded in our organizational values of sharing information and working cooperatively. You are happy to listen to others and share your input and opinions.
  • Self-assured. You are intelligent and not afraid to ask questions. You have a strong sense of self, able to take part in spirited conversations with leadership and peers alike.
  • 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.
  • Results-oriented. You are data driven and have a proven ability to bring about change. You see the big picture, monitor your key performance metrics, and take the action necessary to produce results.
  • Strategic. You gather relevant information and execute decisions in a timely manner. You know how to make sound operational decisions, even when it may be unpopular.

 

What’s Attractive to the Right Director of Training Practice Candidate?

  • You will have the opportunity to make a difference. This role will have worthwhile impacts for members looking to advance their professional development.
  • We have a results and metrics driven environment where you can enjoy quality of life (we have a 37.5 hour work week) and be trusted and respected by professional colleagues.
  • AFP is a respected brand that is trusted by the marketplace. We are passionate about what we do; our staff is committed, accountable to each other and to our work.
  • You will work in close collaboration with a sales team that is constantly in touch with the marketplace, bringing new ideas and fresh perspectives on growth opportunities.
  • AFP is financially stable, well-funded, and poised for growth. We benefit from a strong, influential board, dedicated to the mission. Our organization is comfortable with change.
  • We will provide you with clear goals and regular, fair, and honest feedback on your performance; your performance will be recognized and rewarded.
  • We offer a competitive salary and strong benefits package.

 

To Apply for the Director of Training Practice position with AFP:

You can use the "Apply" button on this page, or email your resume to Gina Schurman at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with "AFP Director of Training Practice / 2017-2227 SA" as the subject of the email.

 

Internally this position title is Director of Training

 

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.

 

We welcome candidates from backgrounds including (but not limited to): continuing education, professional development, curriculum, course developer. 

 

 

 

 

Job ID
2017-2227
US-FL-Pinellas Park

Executive Director, Pinellas County - PACE

 

Organization

PACE Center for Girls, Inc.’s girl-centered culture celebrates the power and potential of girls. With 19 non-residential centers throughout Florida, we provide a safe environment where middle and high school aged girls can thrive. Our balanced emphasis on academics and social services is combined with our program model to produce an experience that is nationally recognized as one of the most effective programs for helping at-risk girls realize brighter and more productive futures. At PACE we believe in girls until they begin believing in themselves. We believe in second chances. We believe in looking forward, instead of backward.

 

PACE began as a community response to the realization that girls involved with the justice system were either being placed in programs designed for boys or placed further into the system for their own protection. There were no effective alternatives. Started by Vicki Burke and guided by research-based recommendations which called for gender responsive programming, PACE created a new alternative to institutionalization or incarceration for girls. PACE began in 1985 with one center in Jacksonville, Florida serving 10 girls. Today PACE includes 19 centers throughout Florida that serve over 2,000 girls each year and PACE has changed the life trajectory of over 37,000 girls since its inception. PACE’s comprehensive and holistic approach to Educational Alternative Services includes academics, counseling, training, and advocacy services.

 

Position

As the Executive Director of the Pinellas Center, you will support approximately 136 girls per year, averaging around 53 girls at any given moment (ages 11 through 17) by maintaining a nurturing environment that supports our girls as they grow, mature, and align their education, personal development needs, goals, and dreams on a positive trajectory. You will report to the regional executive director, who reports to the chief operating officer. We have a track record of success and you will provide the vision and direction at the Pinellas location to ensure the PACE mission is achieved in the local community. Your colleagues, executive directors at centers across the state, are tenured, seasoned, dedicated staff – we all work together to support the goals, resource management, and success of each of the centers.

 

After three comprehensive months of training with seasoned executive directors in other centers, you will take the lead at Pinellas, overseeing all aspects of programmatic excellence, board management, community engagement, staff leadership, and fundraising. Your success will be drawn from your ability to develop strong community relationships to increase the Center’s visibility and support, develop and train your staff of 15, gain the trust of the board, and successfully manage strong financials for the Center. 

 

About the Pinellas County Center

Since opening its doors in 1997, PACE Pinellas has served more than 1,500 girls from all backgrounds by offering them and their families hope and opportunity for a brighter future. These girls were failing in school (88 percent), struggling with histories of abuse (35 percent), combating unhealthy relationships, and facing a wide range of other serious risks, resulting in arrest records for many of them (34 percent). By introducing hope, love, and change into their lives, PACE helps girls continue and complete their education (88 percent), stay out of the criminal justice system (89 percent) and obtain the skills necessary to lead productive lives as leaders, mentors, role models, successful business professionals, and positive forces for change (97 percent).

 

Responsibilities as the Executive Director

Leadership and Advocacy

Demonstrate leadership and advocacy for the agency at all levels including:

  • Advocate for the needs of girls in the local community.
  • Participate in special assignments and projects.
  • Provide input and communication pertaining to policies, procedures, and strategic direction setting.
  • Cultivate relationships with major stakeholders (i.e., legislatures, city and county officials, business interests, other child-serving agencies, Juvenile Justice Council (JCC), and school boards).
  • Demonstrate measurable results pertaining to our Standards of Excellence.
  • Focus on the needs of the agency and balance all competing voices in order to make optimal decisions for girls and staff.
  • Articulate and model the values of the agency in a way that inspires the staff, girls, and board.

Human Resources

  • Motivate and inspire a passion for the agency and mission, and excellence in roles of responsibility.
  • Select and place highly qualified staff in all positions.
  • Provide direction and model for middle managers the strategies to ensure the retention goals of the agency are met.
  • Provide opportunities for growth and development of staff.
  • Supervise, counsel, and evaluate staff.
  • Develop and implement a succession plan for all major roles in the Center.
  • Resolve employee relations issues in a manner that is amicable to staff and agency.
  • Create an adaptable learning environment for agency, staff, and volunteers.
  • Obtain maximum utilization of the staff by clearly defining duties, establishing performance standards, conducting performance reviews, and recommending a competitive salary structure.
  • Follow human resources policies and procedures to ensure compliance.

Finance

  • Manage Center finances within approved budget (approximately $2 million).
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the monthly financial reports, identifying trends and discrepancies.
  • Communicate and clarify the monthly financial reports to assist the board in their oversight of the Center budget.
  • Prepare budgets that have solid assumptions for the future, in compliance with board policy.
  • Follow finance policies and procedures to ensure timely compliance.
  • Provide contract information to the Finance Department to assist with, and ensure the accuracy of, monthly financial statements.
  • Ensure necessary controls and audits of processes related to financial controllership.

Development

  • Develop a group of supporters that are commensurate in size and capacity to the local community.
  • Demonstrate the ability to maintain and grow community supporters and donors.
  • Solicit and secure diverse, multiple funding sources.
  • Ensure the community public relations efforts reflect the values of the agency.
  • Comply with development policies and procedures (including Center board guidelines).

Program

  • Ensure program operates in compliance with DJJ, the school board, and grant contracts.
  • Establish referral sources and an appropriate waiting list.
  • Achieve outcomes for girls that significantly exceed the standards of the contract.
  • Demonstrate competencies of gender responsive programming and train at center level.
  • Provide core PACE services that are provided in accordance with the agency guidelines.
  • Align new initiative(s) that advance the mission.
  • Achieve consistent successful QA reviews.
  • Comply with program policies and procedures.

Governance and Boards

  • Ensure that the board reflects the primary community interest.
  • Recruit, train, and develop board members on a continuing basis.
  • Provide board orientation to new members.
  • Influence and lead the board to operate within the Center board guidelines.
  • Facilitate regular board retreats.
  • Encourage consistent attendance at board and committee meetings.
  • Develop and implement a succession
  • Work closely with the board to develop strategic plans that include both long-term and short-term priorities.
  • Facilitate consistent representation to the board of trustees.

 

Qualifications of the Executive Director

  • A bachelor’s degree or equivalent in social services, education, or nonprofit management. A master’s degree is preferred.
  • 7-10 years of experience managing multiple programs in a nonprofit organization. Experience in a child-serving agency, particularly in an at-risk environment, is preferred.
  • Proficient in MS Office applications; must be capable of compiling data and reports.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills. (You will be required to represent PACE at certain speaking engagements.)
  • Demonstrated experience working with boards and governance where team-building and problem-solving skills are utilized to maintain board stability.
  • Demonstrated success in development/fundraising and grant writing.
  • Experience handling complex financials, budgets, and fiscal responsibility.
  • Ability to work evenings and weekends as required.
  • Current Florida driver’s license and ability to travel by automobile, plane, train, etc. Occasional overnight travel may be required.

 

Attributes of the Executive Director

  • Adaptable. You relate well to people of all levels. Whether you are helping a girl through a crisis, speaking with a legislator, or making a funding appeal to a donor, you are self-confident and comfortable modulating your approach to fit your audience.
  • Compassionate. You genuinely care about people and are sensitive to the needs, work-related and otherwise, of others. You make yourself available to help, are thoughtful and tolerant, and show real empathy for the joys and pains of others.
  • Composed. You handle pressure and stress well and serve as a settling influence in crisis situations. You have the courage to stand on your own. Instead of being defensive or irritated during tough situations, you are mature and can take control without showing frustration.
  • Creative. You come up with new and unique ideas, easily making connections among previously unrelated notions. You are original and value-added in brainstorming settings. You know how to strategically cater a program model to meet the needs of the community.
  • Customer focused. You go above and beyond, dedicated to meeting the expectations and requirements of both internal and external customers. You get first-hand information and use it for improvements. Your actions are based on what your customer needs.
  • Good listener. You practice attentive and active listening, use patience in hearing others speak, and can accurately restate the opinions of others, even if opinions differ.
  • Manager. You know what it takes to develop high functioning, well-run programs. You take the time to mentor and grow your team. You take pride in your work and your staff.
  • Organized leader. You are administratively and operationally sound. You can manage all details of a nonprofit environment from top to bottom, keeping the trains running on time.
  • Rapport builder. You effortlessly establish and maintain effective relationships with customers and stakeholders, quickly gaining their trust and respect. You serve as a strong ambassador between your organizational needs and the needs of outside partners.
  • You understand how to separate and combine tasks for efficiency and take advantage of opportunities for synergy and integrations. You are able to simplify complex processes to get more out of fewer resources.
  • Results-driven. You know how to organize people and activities and you easily figure out the process for getting something accomplished. You are data-driven and committed to achieving positive outcomes.
  • Trustworthy. You are widely trusted, keep confidences, and admit mistakes. You have high integrity, are direct and truthful, and would never misrepresent yourself for personal gain.

 

What’s Attractive to the Right Executive Director Candidate?

  • This role is yours to own. You will have strong support and resources from across our network and you will have a seat at the table on decisions impacting your Center.
  • You are joining a movement where you can make a real impact. You will have the opportunity to serve as ambassador to your community, strengthening the bond between young women, their families, and their futures.
  • Our work is truly rewarding. We have an incredible team of dedicated, passionate staff who are committed to the transformation and blossoming of hundreds of lovely young women.
  • We are well-established and financially stable. You will not have to spend all of your time fundraising or inventing new processes. Instead, you will have a support network that is strong, proven, and easily accessible to help with any challenges you may face.
  • We have extensive leadership training and onboarding programs to ensure you have all the tools you need to be successful in your new role.
  • We have proven, systematic measures of success. From your first day forward, expectations will be clear and you will be given routine, specific feedback throughout your career at PACE.
  • Your input is essential to our continued success. You will be part of our decision-making process; your voice will be heard and your opinions will be valued.
  • PACE is now recognized as a national model for reducing recidivism and improving school success, employment, and self-sufficiency amongst girls by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, Children's Defense Fund, National Mental Health Association, National Council on Crime and Delinquency, and the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.
  • We offer a generous benefits package that includes:
    • Three medical plan options with United Healthcare, which includes a high deductible health plan that is 100 percent sponsored by PACE (no payroll deduction)
    • Dental and vision plans with United Health Care
    • Access to Employee Assistance Program
    • Participation in PaceFit wellness program
    • Participation in 403b retirement plan
    • Employer paid life insurance, AD&D coverage, and long-term disability
    • Paid time off program
    • Gender responsive training
    • Trauma-informed training
    • Strength-based training 

 

To Apply for the Executive Director position at PACE:

Use the "Apply" button to send us your resume.  

 

Alternative Titles:  Executive Director, Managing Director, Program Director, Coalition Leader, Campaign Manager.

 

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
2017-2225
US-DC-Washington, DC

Office Manager - MCCA

 

In this newly created position as Office Manager you will be joining our team at a critical time in our growth. (We currently have a staff of eight, with anticipated growth to a team of twelve by 2017 year-end.) Your input will help shape our future, bridging the gap between staff needs and strategic membership growth. We will rely on you to manage the office needs (vendor management, supply inventories, etc.) while keeping projects running efficiently and on time.

 

You will work closely with and in support of the executive leadership team (primarily the CEO and the COO) while supporting the smooth daily execution of operations across the association staff. Keeping meticulous checklists and maintaining organization of all office records, you will quickly become the go-to person for anything your colleagues’ might need – from new hire onboarding to file management, to computer issues and ordering supplies, and everything in-between. Your success will be driven by your ability to keep office operations running smoothly so that the rest of the staff can focus on what they each do best.

 

The Minority Corporate Counsel Association (MCCA) was founded in 1997 to advocate for the expanded hiring, retention, and promotion of minority attorneys in corporate law departments and the law firms that serve them. Through the collection and dissemination of information about diversity in the legal profession, MCCA takes an inclusive approach to the definition of “diversity.” Our research addresses issues of race/ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, disability status, and generational differences which impact the legal profession’s workforce.

 

Now is an exciting time to join MCCA, with several new team members coming onboard. Your first year will focus primarily on managing a multitude of administrative needs such as management of contracts, file sharing, and ordering of supplies, project support, and streamlining workflow processes.

 

Responsibilities of the Office Manager 

You will manage all administrative functions of the office, to include:

  • Manage and maintain storage area and files (both physical and digital records).
  • Monitor office supply inventory levels and proactively order needed office supplies. (This includes everything from paperclips to computers to furniture.)
  • Work closely with outside vendors to troubleshoot and resolve issues.
  • Handle questions and concerns regarding staff benefits, including Cobra and 401(k).
  • Assist event planners with conference logistics. This may include tracking of supplies being shipped to the site and coordination of sponsorship contracts and payments.
  • Draft basic HR policies and standard operating procedures. Work with outside counsel to update the employee handbook.
  • Work closely with staffing agency partner to screen, interview, and hire new employees.
  • Provide programmatic support, as needed. This includes tracking of consultants who take accreditation courses, managing state-specific registration forms and payments, and working with finance to handle payments for conference-related items.
  • Evaluate office operations and propose ideas for new ways to streamline the work. This involves evaluation of inefficiencies and cost/benefit analyses of proposed solutions to eliminate redundancies in office processes.
  • Engage in process improvement work. Special projects designed to improve processes may include running reports, conducting research, and providing feedback on results.

 

Qualifications of the Office Manager

  • 4 or more years of experience serving in an office management capacity. Some exposure to human resources concepts a plus.
  • Experience developing processes and procedures.
  • Solid proficiency with Microsoft Office applications.
  • A commitment to diversity and inclusion.
  • Bachelor’s degree is preferred but not required.

 

Attributes of the Office Manager

  • Organized. Your attention to detail is supported by your excellent organizational skills. You efficiently track the necessary details and effectively disseminate information. You thrive on checklists and advance planning, and keep things running smoothly.
  • Discrete. You are the model of tact and discretion. While you are friendly to all, you divulge nothing confidential to anyone. You respect and maintain confidentiality.
  • Rapport-builder. You value working in a cohesive team environment. Colleagues respect you for your knowledge and abilities. All find you sincere, approachable, and responsive.
  • Proactive problem solver. You don’t wait for things to happen or to be told to do something – you initiate action and make things happen. You have the keen ability to determine what is working and what is not, and take action to lead in the right direction.
  • Service driven. You have a strong enthusiasm for customer service, both internally with colleagues and externally with members, vendors, and stakeholders. You easily reprioritize to seize opportunities, yet remain resolutely focused on long-term priorities.
  • Comfortable with change. You understand that what we need today may be different than what we need tomorrow, and you are flexible to changing and improving as we go.
  • Builder. You are curious with lots of new ideas. 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.”

 

What’s Attractive to the Right Office Manager Candidate?

  • This is a pivotal time in our growth. This role is yours to build as you will play an active role in designing the future of MCCA, improving our processes and ensuring we are set up for success in every area. If you find a better way, we want to know. 
  • You will have a unique vantage point. Involved in every aspect of our work, you will understand how our business operates and how to connect all parts of the whole.
  • This role will broaden your horizons. Working at MCCA will give you the opportunity to interact with elite partners of law firms and general counsel of Fortune 500 companies.
  • Our culture encourages a healthy work/life balance. You will be able to leave work at work and will not be required to be “on-call” once you leave the office.
  • We offer a competitive salary and benefits to include medical and dental insurance, transportation allowance, 15 days paid vacation, holidays, short-term and long-term insurance, and more. 

 

To Apply for the Office Manager position with MCCA:

Use the "Apply" button on this page, or email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with "MCCA - Office Manager / 2017-2216 SA" as the subject of the email. 

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.

We welcome candidates from backgrounds including (but not limited to): Office Manager, HR Administrator, Office Manager and HR Specialist, HR Generalist/ Office Manager, Office Services and HR Assistant.  

 

 

Job ID
2017-2216
US-DC-Washington, DC

Director of Finance - MCCA

 

In this newly created position, as the Director of Finance, you will report directly to the president/CEO and manage the entire financial portfolio for our organization: $3 million annual revenue, investments, and $3.3 million in reserves. Working with an engaged president/CEO and business-savvy board, you will be responsible for developing and analyzing business operations models, non-dues revenue models (we are about to launch a consulting practice), and operation efficiencies and gaps. We will look to you to provide analytical and critical information that can be used to evaluate our effectiveness and drive informed decisions about our future from a financial and operational standpoint. Your success in this role will result from your ability to see the big picture and to analyze the impact of initiatives.

 

Right now, we are in a state of transition. We are ramping up on staff and programs and just rolled out new membership benefits. Your role is to inform leadership about financial impacts, based on your trend and risk/benefit analyses, ensuring that the organization aligns its resources toward the right initiatives. Stakeholders will see you as approachable, visible, engaged, and credible. Once you have an understanding of the financials, you will hire and be supported by a senior accountant.

 

The Minority Corporate Counsel Association (MCCA) was founded in 1997 to advocate for the expanded hiring, retention, and promotion of minority attorneys in corporate law departments and the law firms that serve them. Through the collection and dissemination of information about diversity in the legal profession, MCCA takes an inclusive approach to the definition of “diversity.” Our research addresses issues of race/ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, disability status, and generational differences which impact the legal profession’s workforce. We are financially strong, with 14 months of operating expenses in reserve.

 

Responsibilities as the Director of Finance

Budget and Investments

  • Project, analyze, and make recommendations regarding expenditures and revenues. Perform trend analyses to explain the impact of activities.
  • Review budget performance quarterly and identify/investigate significant variances. Perform year-end audits to evaluate the accuracy of projections.
  • Prepare cash flow projections, cash balance reports, and other periodic financial reports and statements needed by the board and future finance committee.
  • Along with the president/CEO, develop projections for new business lines. This involves analysis of required capital and resource investments and other associated costs.
  • Maintain detailed awareness of the financial affairs and cost-effectiveness of activities. Monitor cash flow daily to ensure adequate cash to cover upcoming expenses.
  • Prepare the annual budget for functional areas. This requires an understanding of the revenue streams for each of our events and other programs the ability to develop budget projections.
  • Prepare tax forms not completed by accounting/audit firm such as 1099 forms for independent contractors and sales tax filing form. Review all tax reports and statements prepared by the auditor firm prior to filing.
  • Schedule and assist independent auditors with the annual audit of the financial operations, monthly reconciliation of bank statements, and close out.
  • Interact with bank/investment personnel to monitor managed portfolio of investments. Serve as plan administrator for employee 401(k) accounts.

 

Accounting

  • Oversee entry of financial data into the computerized accounting system (QuickBooks Online), which includes the general ledger, receivables, payables, and payroll.
  • Establish appropriate procedures for, and review, all accounts payable transactions, including verification of charges, assignment of accounts, check preparation, monthly bank statements, credit card accounts, and transaction file maintenance.
  • Establish appropriate procedures for, and review, accounts receivable/sales transactions, including preparation of deposits, entry of credit card settlement receipts, preparation of various sundry invoices, and collection of outstanding accounts.
  • Perform other accounting functions, such as the reconciliation of cash receipts and sponsorship payments before an event, membership dues, and preparation of adjusting journal entries.
  • Ensure the adequacy of accounting practices and handling of funds to assure conformity with accounting standards.
  • Develop and update the accounting manual and related standard operating procedures to provide guidance on the processing of transactions within the system of internal controls to safeguard MCCA’s assets. 

 

Qualifications of the Director of Finance

  • Bachelor’s degree required; CPA preferred.
  • Minimum of 10 years with progressively responsible experience in the accounting/ finance field that includes non-profit experience.
  • Experience supervising staff.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Excel. Experience with QuickBooks, ADP software, Salesforce, Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, or ABC Accounting Software is a plus. 

 

Attributes of the Director of Finance

  • You have a natural collaborative style and understand it takes a team.
  • You are able to understand and support the goals of an organization while enforcing, explaining, and teaching policies that have a long-term impact on objectives.
  • You are thoughtful in your approach and make it easy for non-financial colleagues to feel at ease.
  • You are self-assured and direct; you tell us what we need to hear and your style of delivery is sensible, realistic, and matter-of-fact.
  • You instill trust and confidence with internal staff and external entities and have the highest standards of ethics.
  • Your communication skills provide you with the ability to train and mentor others, making information and procedures easy to comprehend.
  • You are tenacious and not easily put off when faced with an uphill task.
  • You are a facilitator and team builder, pitching in whenever needed. Your can-do attitude is exactly what is needed to build this department.

 

What’s Attractive to the Right Director of Finance Candidate?

  • You will be supported by an engaged CEO and a sophisticated board with business expertise. Your high-level financial analysis can drive thoughtful, informed decision-making.
  • You will have an active voice and your contributions will be appreciated. Your excellent management of our finances will be an integral part of success.
  • We have a strong staff who are dependable, passionate about our mission, welcoming, and willing to work together. At MCCA, you will have the resources you need to succeed.
  • Our culture encourages a healthy work/life balance. You will be able to leave work at work and will not be required to be “on-call” once you leave the office.
  • This role will broaden your horizons. Working at MCCA will give you the opportunity to interact with elite partners of law firms and general counsel of Fortune 500 companies.
  • We offer a competitive salary and benefits to include medical and dental insurance, transportation allowance, 15 days paid vacation, holidays, short-term and long-term insurance and more.

 

To Apply for the Director of Finance position with MCCA:

Use the "Apply" button on this page, or email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with "MCCA Director of Finance / 2017-2215 SA" as the subject of the email.

Internally this position title is Director of Finance and Administration.

We welcome candidates from backgrounds including (but not limited to): Finance Director, Director of Accounting, Director of Finance and Administration.

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
2017-2215
US-DC-Washington, DC

Vice President, Development (Major Gifts / Philanthropy) - RAINN

 

Position

RAINN was named one of "America's 100 Best Charities" by Worth magazine. RAINN is financially strong and rapidly growing. In the past three years alone, RAINN’s services have expanded significantly, our revenue has more than tripled (to nearly $10 million), and the 2017 year-to-date has already brought in 16,000 new donors (many sought out RAINN in reaction to high profile media news stories). At present, development is accountable for about $2 million annually. In this high visibility role as the Vice President of Development, you will work alongside RAINN’s founder and president, along with your colleagues across the leadership team (VP of Communications and VP of Victim Services), as you develop strategies that will grow fundraising initiatives, solicit new donations, and cultivate existing relationships.

 

With an emphasis on major donors, individual giving, and online fundraising, you will have the opportunity to significantly expand our donor base and build out a robust prospect pipeline for future growth. You will build your development plan and begin to meet with individuals, small groups, and as appropriate, prospective corporate partners. This position requires about 30-40 percent travel. As RAINN continues to expand its programs, possessing a thorough understanding of the scope of our services, policy positions, and the impact of our services will be critical to your success.

 

You will lead and expand RAINN’s fundraising programs. You will mentor three direct reports (development director, manager, and coordinator), and continually assess where and how we wisely build out our development functions. Historically, our trending has primarily been individual donors (currently 75 percent of our total portfolio); we will look to you to nurture a pipeline of major donors, expand upon existing development functions and programs, and as you grow the department, increase corporate partnerships and foundation support.

About RAINN

Every 98 seconds in the United States, someone is sexually assaulted. RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) is the nation's largest anti-sexual violence organization. In partnership with more than 1,000 local sexual assault service providers across the country, RAINN created and operates the National Sexual Assault Hotline (800.656.HOPE and online.rainn.org). RAINN also operates and oversees the hotline management for several organizations, including the DoD Safe Helpline for the Department of Defense, SASH Helpline for NOAA, PC Saves Helpline for the Peace Corps, and universities across the nation.

 

RAINN offers victim services, public policy, public education, training, education programs, contract services, and consulting services to prevent sexual violence, help victims, and ensure that rapists are brought to justice. As the country’s leading provider of sexual assault services, RAINN has developed programs to help survivors in all stages of recovery. RAINN’s programs directly help more than 16,000 survivors each month.

 

RAINN is the nation’s leading authority on sexual violence. RAINN is comprised of experts in victim services, public education, public policy, and technology – a comprehensive team that works together to provide best-in-class services for survivors, inform and educate the nation about sexual violence, and improve the public policy and criminal justice response to sexual violence.

 

RAINN’s victim services experts take a victim-centered, trauma-informed approach to developing programs and services that support survivors of sexual violence and their loved ones. As the country’s leading provider of sexual assault services, RAINN has developed programs to help survivors in all stages of recovery.

 

RAINN’s communications experts raise the visibility of sexual violence and advance the public’s understanding of the crime. We work with the media, entertainment industry, and colleges across the country to provide accurate information about sexual violence prevention, prosecution, and recovery. RAINN is recognized as the go-to source for media seeking expert commentary and research on sexual violence news and stories. We maintain an active social media presence, reacting to current events and ensuring that people who need support can find it through the National Sexual Assault Hotline.

 

RAINN’s policy team works at the federal and state levels to improve the criminal justice system, prevent sexual assault, and ensure justice for survivors. We work closely with the Departments of Justice, Education, and Health & Human Services to improve the federal response to sexual violence. We lead the national effort to end the rape kit backlog, and collaborate with allies to promote state action.

 

RAINN also provides technical assistance, consulting, and training services to dozens of federal agencies, corporations, and organizations. We have also created a Best Practices Certification Program to improve how companies and organizations prevent sexual violence and handle victim response. The certification process includes a thorough audit of policies and operations, measured against Best Practices Standards tailored for each industry.

Primary Responsibilities as the Vice President, Development (Major Gifts / Philanthropy) 

Fundraising

  • Create, implement, and manage a comprehensive development strategy to increase funding from major donors, small donors, foundations, and corporations.
  • Establish performance measures and monitor results to evaluate the effectiveness of the organization’s fund development program.
  • Manage relationships with current donors and board members and identify and cultivate new supporters.
  • Expand revenue generating and fundraising activities to support existing programs and future growth; cultivate existing relationships and develop new funder relationships.
  • Appropriately and accurately represent the organization to donors, prospects, fundraising volunteers, and the general public. Manage relationships with partner organizations.

Leadership

  • Lead a small team of development professionals and position the department for future growth. Mentor and develop staff.
  • Provide oversight and direction for all operations of the development function. Ensure full compliance with regulations, laws, and ethical codes of conduct; maintain accountability standards to donors.
  • Work collaboratively with the leadership team on cross-program activities.
  • Promote a culture of high performance and continuous improvement that values a commitment to quality.

 

Desired Qualifications as the Vice President, Development (Major Gifts / Philanthropy) 

  • 10 or more years of experience in a senior development role.
  • Proven ability to develop, implement, and manage successful long-term strategic fundraising plans. Able to set concrete annual goals with the flexibility to adjust as the business needs shift and change through the current accelerated organizational growth.
  • Superior management skills; ability to influence and engage direct reports and peers. Track record of effectively leading and mentoring a development team.
  • Ability to travel as necessary (approximately 30-40 percent). Major markets include New York, Washington D.C., and Los Angeles.
  • Demonstrated success in major donor fundraising, from identification to cultivation to solicitation to stewardship. Proven moves management expertise.
  • Comfortable and experienced in a technologically sophisticated environment. (From online fundraising to managing our CRM, technology is key to our development work.)
  • Proven success developing or growing an online giving program.
  • History of leading a performance-based/outcome-based program and staff.
  • Strong attention to detail plus solid analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Knowledge about sexual violence, trauma, and/or victim care is a plus.
  • Bachelor’s degree is required. CFRE or advanced degree in a related field is preferred.
  • Must complete a criminal background check (administered by RAINN).

 

Attributes of the Ideal Candidate

  • Servant-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 program staff, build trust and rapport, coach and advise. You are a leader and supporter all at the same time – you build trust across all levels of the organization.
  • Strategic. You see the big picture and understand how the details relate. You can look across departments and identify efficient and effective ways to organize the work, track success, and explore opportunities for future success.
  • Service-driven. You are committed to providing the highest level of service while remaining aligned with the mission of the organization. You get what matters to the donors and what serves the mission.
  • Politically astute. You are able to understand, respect, and appreciate the challenges and constraints prospects and donors face, and you confidently guide and direct them. You represent yourself and your organization as polished, credible, and knowledgeable.
  • Exceptional communicator. You are known for your poise, tact, and diplomacy. You confidently engage with staff and across multiple stakeholder groups. You are willing to listen and learn from others. You give respect; you earn yours.
  • Connector. You understand how organizations work, where to build relationships, and how to get results through other people. You have a knack for creating strong and long-lasting partnerships with a variety of individuals and groups.
  • Creative problem-solver. Smart and creative, you recognize opportunities and take action. You know how to leverage current events and “never let a crisis go to waste.” You are comfortable with changes brought about as a result of rapid growth and development.
  • Ethical and honest. You are beyond reproach in business dealings. Internally and externally, you are known to be reliable, accountable, and trustworthy.
  • Collaborative. You are grounded in our organizational values of sharing information and working cooperatively. You value working in a cohesive team environment where everyone works hard and relies on each other to pull it all together.
  • Flexible. You switch from long-range needs to crisis-of-the-moment with agility and ease, and can thrive in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment. You skillfully manage numerous daily commitments and competing priorities.
  • Creative. You are intellectually curious, consistently identifying new ways to make things better. 

 

What’s Attractive to the Right Vice President, Development (Major Gifts / Philanthropy) Candidate?

  • You can have significant impact here. Our processes are already in place. 93¢ of every $1 you raise will go directly to helping survivors and preventing sexual violence.
  • The time is now. Sexual violence issues are prominent in the media. You will have the chance to leverage our national platform and influence how rape victims are treated and served.
  • You will work in close partnership with the founder/president, who is actively involved in donor development and will trust you to do your work without micromanaging.
  • What you bring to the table is vital to our success – innovation and ideas are critical to supporting the success of our growing programs and services.
  • RAINN is financially strong with stable leadership. We have a positive, supportive culture. You will have the resources you need to be successful.
  • We offer competitive compensation and a generous benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, life insurance, employee assistance, 403b(7) retirement savings, paid vacation, sick leave, 11 paid holidays (plus a bonus week), and free access to the building fitness center.

 

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.

 

We welcome candidates from backgrounds including (but not limited to): Vice President of Individual Giving, VP of Individual Giving and Major Gifts, VP of Institutional Advancement, Senior Director of Development, Director of Development, Senior Director of Major Gifts and Annual Campaigns, Vice President of Development, President of Development, Senior VP of Development, Development Director, Director of Major Gifts, Individual Giving Director, Senior Director of Individual Gifts, and Major Gifts Officer.

 

 

To Apply for the Vice President, Development (Major Gifts / Philanthropy) position at RAINN:

Use the "Apply" button on this page, or email your resume to Jennie Kinsfather at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with "RAINN VP, Development / 2017-2201 SA" as the subject of the email.

 

 

Job ID
2017-2201
US-DC-Washington, DC

Senior Accountant - MCCA

                                             

The Minority Corporate Counsel Association (MCCA) was founded in 1997 to advocate for the expanded hiring, retention, and promotion of minority attorneys in corporate law departments and the law firms that serve them. Through the collection and dissemination of information about diversity in the legal profession, MCCA takes an inclusive approach to the definition of “diversity.” Our research addresses issues of race/ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, disability status, and generational differences which impact the legal profession’s workforce.

 

This is an engaged, hands-on role where you will manage a wide spectrum of accounting needs, giving you a unique view of the entire enterprise. In this newly created Senior Accountant position, you will be responsible for overseeing the timely and accurate reporting of monthly billing and closings, monthly and quarterly reporting, payroll, budgeting, expense entries, deposits, and credit card reconciliation. This role requires exceptional organizational skills and attention to detail. We have established accounting processes and will rely on you to keep things running accurately, efficiently, and on time.

 

Responsibilities of the Senior Accountant

  • Oversee all aspects of accounting, entry, and processing; complete monthly closings, payroll, budgeting, expense entries, deposits, and more.
  • Compile, review, analyze, and record financial information to the general ledger.
  • Track and process monthly reports for outstanding accounts receivables.
  • Deliver on-time reporting, to include monthly close and quarterly board reports.
  • Assist with trend analysis for budgeting and cash flow forecasting.
  • Research and prepare information for annual 1099 tax filings.
  • Prepare and maintain budget spreadsheets, including expected expenses and variances.

 

Qualifications of the Senior Accountant

  • 3+ years of professional accounting experience, ideally in a nonprofit or association.
  • Bachelor’s degree is required (ideally in accounting, finance, or a related field).
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Excel. Experience with QuickBooks, ADP software, Salesforce, Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, or ABC Accounting software is a plus.
  • Experience with budgeting, cash flow management, or grant accounting is a plus, but not required.

 

Attributes of the Senior Accountant

  • Detail oriented. Your impeccable work style sets the standard. You have command of both the process and the details. You get it done right the first time.
  • Organized. Your attention to detail is supported by your meticulous organizational skills. You appreciate order and know how to achieve it efficiently.
  • Business savvy. You can see the big picture and understand how the details relate to the overall mission of the organization.
  • Flexible and capable. You manage changing priorities without difficulty and get the job done. You do whatever it takes and are consistent with your follow through.
  • Problem solver. You dive in without being asked and you work with a sense of urgency. You are approachable, flexible, and responsive.
  • Discrete. 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.
  • Customer oriented. You cooperate easily with staff, vendors, and clients, working as a positive team player. You have a strong enthusiasm for customer service.
  • Scrupulous, ethical, and honest. You are beyond reproach in business dealings.  Internally and externally, you are known to be reliable, accountable, and trustworthy.

 

What’s Attractive to the Right Senior Accountant Candidate?

  • We have a strong staff who are dependable, passionate about our mission, welcoming, and willing to work together. At MCCA, you will have the resources you need to succeed.
  • There is room to grow. You will report to a manager who is seasoned and willing to mentor you in all aspects of financial planning and analysis.
  • Our culture encourages a healthy work / life balance. You will be able to leave work at work and will not be required to be “on-call” once you leave the office.
  • This role will broaden your horizons. Working at MCCA will give you the opportunity to interact with elite partners of law firms and general counsel of Fortune 500 companies.
  • We offer a competitive salary and benefits to include medical and dental insurance, transportation allowance, 15 days paid vacation, holidays, short-term and long-term insurance and more.

 

To Apply for the Senior Accountant position with MCCA:

You can apply online, or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@StaffingAdvisors.com with MCCA – Senior Accountant/2017-2194 SAin the subject line of the email.

                                                                                                    

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.

 

We welcome candidates from backgrounds including (but not limited to): Staff Accountant, Accounting Manager, Accountant. 

 

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Job ID
2017-2194
US-VA-Vienna

Production Account Manager ( Direct Mail Marketing ) – Production Solutions

 

Overview

 

If you’re familiar with Production Solutions, you’ll recognize us as industry leaders offering unmatched, high quality service to our clients. Over many years, Production Solutions has forged a reputation for expertise which has enabled us to strengthen and evolve. We’re immensely proud of what we’ve achieved and we’re even more excited about our future.  

 

Since opening our doors in 1990, we’ve come a long way. As we matured and grew, we listened, we learned and we changed. Our staff is our priority and we’re committed to providing an environment of professional development, mentorship and support; an environment that provides upward mobility, gold standard training through our very own Production Solutions University, and an opportunity to telecommute.

 

As the Production Account Manager (Direct Mail Marketing), you will deal with projects from start to finish. You will expertly manage the specific needs of your clients, avert preventable issues, and smoothly navigate through minefields. Each new project increases your knowledge about the client’s business and enables you to fully address their needs. In return, your clients will appreciate your service and confidently look to you to manage the full cycle of future engagements as they trust your knowledge and expertise.

 

Working both independently and with a team of colleagues, you will manage multiple projects and be afforded the tools and resources necessary to succeed. Our environment is fast paced with frequently changing priorities and deadlines. We work hard, we enjoy what we do, and we maintain a work-life balance. Whether you choose to work at our office close to Tysons Corner or telecommute, the result is the same – a challenging and rewarding career with an employer who genuinely cares.

 

Production Solutions is an expert in direct mail production management. We are unique with a vast knowledge of direct mail fundraising programs and subscription development programs. During 25 years of serving the nonprofit and commercial sectors, we have refined a production management model that is an industry standard. We have a highly experienced staff, a loyal supplier base, and an incredible depth of knowledge in mailing formats, service techniques, and cost management/savings.

 

Responsibilities as the Production Account Manager (Direct Mail Marketing)

  • Manage production efforts and facilitate direct mail campaigns from preliminary art to mailing and delivery in an organized and detail-oriented manner, ultimately producing the finished products to match the client’s source documentation and information.
  • Follow core compliance SOP’s and QC procedures; utilize checklists and other company service processes, activities, and operational systems.
  • Ensure all client requirements are understood and translated into measurable and effective communication to all necessary end-users.
  • Conduct competitive bidding, procurement, price negotiations, and budgeting.
  • Interpret and review client’s mailplan and source documents to write data processing specifications, personalization, and mailshop instructions.
  • Manage project schedules and meet deadlines: set, synchronize, and drive schedules in cooperation with client, internal team, and external suppliers.
  • Perform multistage QC procedures, including print proofs, press approvals, data processing, editing, and additional value-added checking (fact checking).
  • Manage artwork, work orders, proofs, and change orders; obtain approvals. Accurately and quickly update all documents, departments, vendors, suppliers, and the client throughout project.
  • Monitor the mailing progress through proprietary metrics and USPS contacts for applicable clients.
  • Analyze print, data, and mailing for efficiency and cost reduction; negotiate lower prices through gang or program pricing, cost savings recommendations, and ongoing discussions with suppliers and internal departments.
  • Liaise with management, internal departments, and vendors/suppliers to troubleshoot problems and provide innovative solutions.
  • Conduct multiphase billing; coordinate cost documentation, invoicing, and postage reconciliation for accurate final billing.
  • Cross-train on other client accounts for team members on leave of absence or vacation. Setup and manage job jackets (physical and digital), print samples, package samples, and inventory reconciliations. 

Experience and Requirements of the Production Account Manager (Direct Mail Marketing)

  • Experience in the direct mail industry.
  • Experience providing production management and customer service to multiple clients.
  • Proven record of working independently and efficiently on multiple projects while meeting deadlines.
  • Proven ability to develop and maintain strong working relationships with internal staff and outside partners/vendors.
  • Available when necessary to work outside of normal business hours. 

Skills of the of the Production Account Manager (Direct Mail Marketing)

  • Proficient use of a database system.
  • Excellent proofing skills.
  • Strong Microsoft Office skills.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills:
  • Strong customer service skills.
  • Familiarity with pricing, proposals, billing, and postage reconciliations.
  • A working knowledge of printing methods, data processing, personalization, and mail shop operations.
  • An understanding of direct marketing and printing/mailing industry terminology. 

What’s Attractive to the Right Production Account Manager (Direct Mail Marketing) Candidate? 

  • Our training program is second to none. We invest time and effort in our staff and provide gold standard training programs.
  • You will have the option to work from our offices in the well located Tyson’s Corner area of Virginia, or by telecommuting from the comfort of your own home.
  • You’ll own your accounts and projects from start to finish with the resources available to help you succeed.
  • This is a challenging, rewarding leadership role with potential for upward mobility and professional growth.
  • Both you and your work are valued.
  • We want you to succeed. You’ll have lots of support – we work in close-knit teams where everyone will pitch inand help each other.  

Employee Benefits

 

We have a highly competitive benefits package: full major medical/dental/vision insurance plans (coverage starts the first day of the month following your start date), life insurance, short-term and long-term disability coverage, paid holidays, 10 days annual accrued vacation (for first two years; begin accruing 15 days per year at beginning of third year), option to carry 5 vacation days over per calendar year, 8 sick days, 2 personal days, optional flex-spending account, 401(k) plan, phone ($50 max.) and health club reimbursement (up to $40/month for certified health clubs).

 

To Apply for the Production Account Manager (Direct Mail Marketing) at Production Solutions:

 

You are welcome to apply online or simply email your resume to  hr@psmail.com with “PS – Production Account Manager (Direct Mail Marketing) / 2017-2192 SA” in the subject line of the email.

 

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, or veteran status. 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.

We welcome candidates from backgrounds including (but not limited to): Print Production, Direct Mail, Account Manager, and Client Manager.

 

 

Job ID
2017-2192