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  Web Content Specialist (remote) American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine (ACRM), founded in 1923, is a multimillion-dollar international professional association and global community of both researchers and consumers of research in the field of rehabilitation. As the web content specialist, you will have an impact on user experience and the overall customer journey for our members and other stakeholders.   In this role, you will spend most of your time writing and updating content for ACRM community groups, creating and updating landing pages, badges, and graphics, and providing overall management of web content. Additionally, you will create captions and coordinate content for social media postings and other general marketing functions as needed.    As rehabilitation science evolves, and as the world continues to adjust to the disruptions caused by the pandemic, ACRM’s goal is to keep the community connected by creating opportunities to exchange and share information beyond the traditional environment of meetings and conferences. Because of our value, our membership has been growing exponentially (300 percent year-over-year).   Responsibilities - Write and post compelling member value statements for promotional materials. - Create and maintain new landing pages. - Continuously review website content for relevance and timeliness, identifying and updating out-of-date information. Ensure content is well written and error-free. - Ensure consistent formatting and branding presentation across all materials. Stay abreast of website trends. - Perform quality checks. Work with templates and ensure proper display and function of elements. Continuously review the website to eliminate typos, broken links, functionality errors, and poor interface.    - Test website pages across all technology and platforms (e.g., Apple, Android, desktop, mobile). - Track and report website metrics using Google Analytics and other web tools. - Support social media strategies. - Create and modify photographic, graphic, audio, and video content. - Create badges for instructional course presenters. - Work across the organization and with outside vendors. - Create and launch email blasts.   Qualifications - Bachelor’s degree, preferably in marketing or communications, with 3-5 years of experience including at least 1 year of copywriting, editing, and proofreading experience specific to an online environment. - Fluency in online content publishing and search engine optimization. - Experience with website design concepts and graphics. - Experience with WordPress, Adobe Spark, HTML, iMIS Cloud (or any membership system), Cvent, CadmiumCD’s eventScribe (or any registration system) - Photoshop and InDesign preferred, not required. - Experience with association management systems a plus. - Able to work with vendors.   Attributes - Excellent communicator. You communicate just as clearly in copy as you do in person – you are concise, accurate, and effective. You have excellent oral, written, and editing skills. - Inquisitive and willing to take initiative. You like learning new things and collecting and sharing information. You don’t wait for things to happen – you initiate action and make things happen.            - Organized. You effortlessly keep track of your promises and follow through on every commitment you make. - Able to prioritize. 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 manage tight deadlines to completion. - Service driven. You are responsive and committed to working hard to address the end-user needs. You are clear, tactful, and diplomatic about what’s realistic and what’s possible.  - Tech-savvy. You are adept with technology and what you don’t know you can easily learn. You are excited by new technology and understand how to leverage software capabilities.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - This is a virtual position with flexible working hours. - 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 benefits package that includes health, dental, life, and disability insurance, and paid time off.   To Apply Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “ACRM – Web Content Specialist #2021-2612 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Job responsibilities are similar to the following positions: Web Content Manager, Web Content Specialist, Digital Content Strategy, Web Manager, Content Specialist, Content Marketing Specialist.   Please note: our practice is to not disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.      
Job ID
2021-2612
Telecommute
Yes
Job Locations US-VA-Arlington
Public Affairs Manager   As Public Affairs Manager for the Wireless Infrastructure Association (WIA), you will position WIA as a leader in wireless policy, advancing our advocacy goals by creating and executing public affairs, communications, and media relations strategies that raise our visibility with members, policymakers, and industry. Reporting to the Vice President, Government and Public Affairs, you will create proactive communications campaigns on a variety of topics, identifying opportunities to showcase WIA within trade publications and with the media. You will work closely with WIA leaders and other internal and external stakeholders to prepare press releases, talking points, and statements.   Next-generation 5G networks—100 times faster than current networks—are already reshaping the global economy, ushering in a new era of connected devices, powering smart cities, and enabling driverless cars, enhanced telemedicine, remote surgeries, and advanced manufacturing. Through public affairs and advocacy efforts at the local, state, and federal levels, the Wireless Infrastructure Association works to support the widespread deployment of wireless infrastructure. Our members are the companies that make up the wireless infrastructure ecosystem in the United States, including wireless carriers, infrastructure providers, and professional services firms that collectively own and operate more than 135,000 telecommunications facilities around the globe. Our mission is to help members succeed in enabling wireless communications to deliver broadband access to all citizens and communities.   Responsibilities - Coordinate, write, edit, and distribute policy-related content for WIA’s digital, social, print, and video outlets including press releases, newsletters, and position papers. - Draft a variety of internal documents from speeches to presentation decks for the CEO and other WIA leaders, coordinating with subject matter experts across the organization. On occasion, serve as a spokesperson for the organization. - Translate complex policy goals into simple, easy-to-understand strategic messaging for both internal and external audiences. - Proactively develop relationships with reporters, editors, and producers. - Identify opportunities for attendance at trade show media and association events. Support colleagues on the marketing and events teams with media coverage, as needed. - Track media influence and develop regular reporting to show our impact. - Develop marketing and outreach strategies and tactics to support federal grants. - Manage and oversee WIA website content. - Coordinate WIA podcast: “Wireless Water Cooler.” - Supervise outside agencies/vendors, as assigned. - Once in-person meetings begin, you will visit The Hill to meet with members of Congress and press secretaries and attend events and other out-of-office meetings.   Qualifications - Bachelor’s degree in a related field. - 3-5 years of public affairs and strategic communications experience. Demonstrated expertise with media relations, corporate or association communications, and collateral material development. Ability to develop and execute communication plans across multiple social media platforms. - Exceptional writing and analytical skills with the ability to write both strategically and creatively under tight deadlines. Outstanding presentation and public speaking skills, written and verbal, to a variety of audiences. - Significant project management experience, including oversight of vendors with multiple deliverables. - Experience working with or knowledge of the telecom or technology sectors is strongly preferred. Previous association experience is desirable.   Attributes - Comfortable with ambiguity. You are comfortable with shades of grey. You do not need a rulebook to solve a problem. - Accountable. You earn trust by your actions and faithfully keep your promises. - Detail Oriented. You get it right the first time and accurately keep track of all the moving parts. - Great communicator. You are articulate. You have concise, accurate, and effective written and verbal communication skills. You communicate and coordinate effectively at every level. - Team player. You thrive in a team environment yet work well independently. You carry your weight in the team, learning from others and contributing in equal measure. - Curious. You like learning new things and collecting and sharing information. You ask questions, listen, and learn.  - Project manager. You can juggle multiple tasks, allocate and optimize resources, and manage timelines.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - The sky is the limit for your growth in this role. Supported by an experienced manager, and an outside communications agency as needed, you will have the opportunity to lead and shape our public affairs program. We welcome creativity and innovation. - You will be joining a team of strong, talented colleagues who are dedicated to our mission. Our colleagues are friendly, respectful of different perspectives, and supportive of each other both personally and professionally. - We are the workforce leader in a rapidly growing industry. 5G and rural broadband access will transform every industry of the U.S. economy. Our work is interesting and varied; the issues facing our industry are constantly changing and we are pioneers of new ideas. - We offer competitive compensation and generous benefits that include vacation, sick, and bereavement leave; volunteer days; parking/Metro allowance; income security options; and health and wellness benefits that include an on-site gym facility.   To Apply Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “WIA – Public Affairs Manager #2021-2628 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Job responsibilities are similar to the following positions: Press Secretary, Senior Associate, Public Affairs Associate, Media Relations Specialist, Communications Manager   Please note: our practice is to not disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.    
Job ID
2021-2628
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Internal Communications Manager   As the lead for internal communications at thePatient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI), you will work with organizational leaders, the communications team, and key internal stakeholders to inform and engage employees, shape culture, connect employees, and create a shared understanding of our vision and priorities. PCORI is a nonprofit organization that funds health research that offers patients and caregivers the information they need to make important healthcare decisions.   Over the next year, we anticipate that you will primarily focus on: - Establishing and implementing an internal communications strategy. - Building new and optimizing existing communications pathways to manage all organizational internal communications among employees, departments, and leadership. - Improving staff ratings of internal communications in the Employee Effectiveness Survey. - Enhancing the quality of communications to employees.   You will work across the organization to understand upcoming initiatives, changes in policies, and other internal matters. You will draft key content, FAQs, and other support materials for internal communications and use data and analytic tools to measure and report on communication programs. This is an exciting time to join PCORI as we are working on a new strategic plan for the future and you will have the support of our new executive director and the tools in place to launch a cohesive internal communications strategy. In addition to new and ongoing initiatives, there will be a high need for communications around our return-to-office plans.   Organization Overview Patients, their families, and clinicians face a wide range of complex and often confusing choices when it comes to addressing their health and healthcare concerns. They need trustworthy information to decide which option is best for them. PCORI was established to help address these challenges. Our job is to close the gaps in evidence needed to improve key health outcomes by funding research designed to improve patient care and outcomes through patient-centered comparative clinical effectiveness research (CER). The research we fund is guided by our five National Priorities for Research and Research Agenda. The work under these priorities is managed by our scientific and engagement programs, which track and evaluate effectiveness.   Responsibilities - Working with leadership and the communications director, develop a multi-channel internal communications strategy and phased implementation plan that informs and engages employees in the context of organizational transformation, strategic shifts, and developments in the external environment. - Collaborate and partner with the Office of the Executive Director, Office of the Chief Operating Officer, and Communications to keep employees informed of company strategy, key organizational updates, and announcements, as well as collaboratively strengthen processes and approaches for communicating key information across the organization. - Lead the development, coordination, and implementation of internal communications content, channels, and tools to support employee communications campaigns, including department newsletters, regular messages from the executive director, presentations, and communications toolkits and guidance for managers. - Guide and optimize use of the intranet for information sharing and connection building with staff. - Work with departments across the organization to advance understanding of their work and priorities among staff across the institution and with PCORI employee groups on their internal communications. - Actively engage communications channels to reach a broad spectrum of staff representing a range of cultures, backgrounds, and experiences who are working both in PCORI offices and from remote locations. Create opportunities for employee engagement, feedback, and open communication across all levels of the institution. - Ensure alignment between external and internal messaging and coordinate with members of Communications to support organization communications objectives. - Develop performance metrics, tracking, and reporting mechanisms. - Quickly develop a deep understanding of the organization and provide communications support for organization initiatives.   Qualifications - A minimum of a bachelor’s degree or a combination of education and requisite experience and at least seven years of related internal communications work experience is required. Knowledge or background in health, healthcare, and or health research is preferred. - Demonstrated experience in creating strategies and plans that successfully engage employees with a diverse range of technical expertise and backgrounds and enhance cohesiveness, collaboration, and mission support across a workforce. - Experience in working with senior executives to translate institutional objectives and imperatives into communications that will resonate with staff across the institution. - Ability to effectively gain buy-in from staff on adopting new tools for and approaches to communications. - Extensive experience optimizing the use of internal communication platforms, including Constant Contact, SharePoint, and Microsoft Teams as well as others. - Experience using data and analytic tools to measure and regularly report on the effectiveness of employee communications programs.   Attributes - Great communicator. You have excellent oral and written communication skills. Your writing skills are impeccable. You have high standards for accuracy, quality, responsiveness, integrity, and discretion. - 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, confidently engaging with staff 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 can make adjustments in both day-to-day and larger-scale activities based on new information and situations. - Partnership. You know how to build trust internally and externally. You are viewed as professional and accountable. You discreetly address confidential, sensitive, and delicate assignments. - Project manager. You set priorities wisely, adroitly juggle multiple projects and tasks, allocate and optimize resources, reduce risks, manage timelines, and get the work done.     What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - Working here, you will have the opportunity to influence the quality of healthcare afforded to every American. PCORI researchers have had great success in the national effort to improve patient-centered outcomes and provide research evidence to assist patients, caregivers, clinicians, and others to make informed healthcare decisions. - This is a unique role where you will get to build the internal communications function, work directly with the new executive director, and support our maturing organization. - With Congressional reauthorization in 2010 and supported by dozens of healthcare stakeholders, we are a financially secure and dynamic organization that is expanding as we pursue a bold vision. - We offer an excellent compensation package including medical, dental, and vision insurance; long-term and short-term disability; 401(a) plan; life insurance; and more.   To Apply Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “PCORI – Internal Communications Manager #2021-2616 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Job responsibilities are similar to the following positions: Communications Manager, Corporate Communications Manager, Senior Communications Manager, Internal Communications Specialist, Internal Communications Officer   Please note: our practice is to not disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   * PCORI Staff Conflict of Interest Statement - No PCORI employee can receive a direct financial benefit from a healthcare related organization during the course of his/her employment with PCORI. Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.    
Job ID
2021-2616
Job Locations US-MD-Bethesda
Finance Manager and Controller As Finance Manager and Controller forHolton-Arms School, you will be an integral part of financial management and operations, overseeing corporate accounting, regulatory and financial reporting, budget and forecast preparation, and business analysis for our $38 million nonprofit organization. While we are financially stable with a history of clean audits, we will welcome your guidance on how to modernize our systems and processes to be more efficient, more effective, and more technologically advanced. You will work across departments to align finance and accounting system resources with the needs of budget owners throughout the organization.   Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer/Chief Operating Officer and supervising accounting, purchasing, accounts payable, accounts receivable, and endowment and billing operations, you will promote a service-oriented operation while exercising prudent fiscal judgment and maintaining a sense of humor. You will recommend and administer all accounting policies and procedures to ensure that strong internal controls and effective transaction processing routines safeguard the assets of the school and result in meaningful, timely, and accurate financial reporting.   You will lead a team of two colleagues, learning from their experience and providing guidance on ways to strengthen the team’s capabilities for the future. Our school’s impact is far-reaching and transformational, and financial management and integrity are key to our success.   Organization Overview Since 1901, Holton-Arms School has cultivated a diverse, inclusive, and equitable school community, tending to the health and well-being of its members, and building a global curriculum that responds to the learners in our classrooms and the world around us. Holton-Arms School is an independent college preparatory school for girls with 665 students in grades 3 through 12, located on a 57-acre campus in Bethesda, MD. We are a diverse community of students, faculty, and staff reflecting the population of the metropolitan Washington D.C. area.   In this vibrant community committed to academic excellence, our students are scholars, artists, and athletes, who find their voices, take risks, learn from mistakes, pursue opportunities for leadership, and build lifelong friendships. We seek applications from candidates of diverse backgrounds, talents, and interests who share a dedication and commitment to helping girls learn, grow, and make their way in the world.   Our 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,” developing tenacity of purpose, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills. Caring, dedicated faculty and staff inspire our girls and young women to lead lives of positive influence and to make a difference in a complex and changing world, realizing our school’s motto: "I will find a way or make one."   Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging The Holton-Arms community recognizes and values the uniqueness of each of its members, including current and former students, faculty, and staff. We strive to create an inclusive environment that sees and supports diverse identities and experiences, cultivates engaged and civil discourse, and empowers our students to be thriving members of the global community. At Holton-Arms, each of us is responsible for fostering an equitable, respectful, and just community. Holton is committed to helping its members: - Discover, develop, and value their full authentic selves. - Deepen awareness of one’s own personal and systemic biases and be accountable for the impact of one’s words and actions on others. - Develop an understanding of the historical origins and perpetuation of systems of power and privilege. - Engage in open and brave conversations that promote growth, understanding, connection, and agency. - Be advocates for supporting the diverse identities of others in the community.   Responsibilities Financial management - Display a high level of business ethics and integrity in the management of the school’s financial operations and resources. - Understand the relationship between budget and mission and work collaboratively with the Chief Financial Officer/Chief Operating Officer to provide, compare, analyze, and interpret data in support of the work of the school. - Manage all aspects of financial operations including bank relationships, bank accounts, debt service, accounts payable, student billing, investment accounts, cash receipts, etc.; maintain the permanent files of the corporation. - Maintain all general ledger activity and ensure accurate and appropriate coding and/or approval of all revenue, expenditure, and journal transactions to their appropriate accounts, including unrestricted, temporarily restricted, and permanently restricted funds. - Supervise and mentor a team of two individuals to fulfill the responsibilities of the department and provide outstanding service to parents, students, employees, school leadership, and the community.  - Serve as an expert on generally accepted accounting principles, from the proper recording of transactions to the preparation of the annual financial statements with accompanying footnotes; manage the annual audit process to completion. - Work with the accounts receivable specialist to maintain student receivable accounts and when required, work with parents to collect overdue balances. - Manage the annual budgeting process, including development and implementation, and work internally with all budget managers to provide budget reports and forecasts and manage financial resources in support of the school’s mission. - Coordinate with the development office regarding the coding of contributions including pledge receivables, accurately record donor intent regarding restrictions on funds, and reconcile all donations with general ledger accounts. - Maintain donor endowment pool records and pledge receivable records. - Develop quarterly financial statements and budget forecasts for internal reporting. - Coordinate with the human resources staff regarding payroll, benefits, and other accounts. - Coordinate with the Parents Association officers and other organizations/clubs regarding all budget activities. - Analyze ancillary programs for profitability and effectiveness. Data analysis - Prepare all periodic surveys and compliance reports for various school industry organizations (e.g., NAIS, ISAS, NBOA, Commonfund), as well as other internal and external information requests for financial data. - Use survey sources to benchmark key areas of school finances against appropriate peer groups. - Prepare and periodically update dashboard analyses of key school factors and trends. - Remain aware and current of private school industry trends and activities. Compliance and risk management - Manage the annual preparation and filing of Form 990, the Maryland Charities Registration filing, and all property tax filings in an accurate and timely manner. - Prepare, review and/or file forms, including but not limited to, the annual excise tax report, annual 1099 forms, charitable organization registration form, property tax exemption, Forms 940 and 941, unclaimed property tax return, and other required reporting. - Prepare, reconcile, and report on financial aspects of construction activities, as necessary. - Review and maintain internal controls to ensure compliance with local, state, and federal reporting requirements. - Manage the school’s business insurance policies and renewals, including relationships with brokers and carriers.  - Resolve any reporting issues with the IRS and other federal and state regulatory agencies.   Qualifications - Bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance. MBA or CPA is a plus. - At least 5-7 years of accounting experience in a nonprofit organization. - Managerial experience with a proven record of mentoring and developing staff, ideally in an independent school or higher education setting.  - Strong proficiency with Excel, Microsoft Office, and computerized accounting systems (Abila MIP expertise is highly beneficial). Experience leading technology implementation projects is strongly preferred. - Highest regard for confidentiality and exemplary ethical standards, as well as the ability to manage multiple tasks and projects under the pressure of deadlines.   Attributes - Business-minded. You have the ability, curiosity, and interest to extract data from a variety of sources to produce meaningful reports. - Confident and direct. You know what you need from others, you are comfortable asking for help, and you are clear about what others can expect from you. You have a collaborative work style and work across departments to get results while maintaining strong relationships. You are known for leadership, poise, tact, and diplomacy. - 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. - Leader. You have proven experience coaching, mentoring, and developing staff at all professional levels, making information and procedures easy to comprehend and skillfully identifying and promoting talent. - Mission-driven. You enjoy working in a collaborative, mission-based organization within a diverse community. You get what matters to the students and what serves the mission. - Systems thinker. You thrive on efficiency and are always looking for ways to improve. You implement processes that enhance productivity. You understand how to leverage the capabilities of software to meet business needs. You can mentally map the inputs, outputs, and interfaces for any system – and translate business needs into technical requirements.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - We are financially healthy and stable with healthy reserves and a history of clean audits. - This is an opportunity to advance your knowledge in all aspects of nonprofit accounting and make your mark. You will be joining an experienced team dedicated to our mission, our students, our community, and each other. We are invested in you and will encourage your continued professional growth. - We are open to innovation. We know that we can improve, and we look forward to your suggestions on where we can invest resources to create greater efficiencies. - We have a rich history of inspiring young women to lead lives of positive influence and core values of diversity, equity, and inclusion. We take joy in the culture of our school and in watching our students succeed in school and life. - 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. We support each other’s lives – we have a generous vacation schedule, and we celebrate every new hire, every birthday, and every success in our personal lives. - We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including maternity/paternity leave, tuition remission for staff children, retirement savings plans, short- and long-term disability, and free lunch for all staff while school is in session.   To Apply Use the "Apply" button on this page or imply email your resume to Karin Carter at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “Holton-Arms School – Finance Manager and Controller #2021-2634 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Job responsibilities are similar to the following positions: Controller, Finance Manager and Controller, Accounting Manager.   Please note: our practice is to not disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.    
Job ID
2021-2634
Job Locations US-VA-Arlington
Vice President, NAA Education Institute As Vice President of the National Apartment Association Education Institute (NAAEI), you will catapult this $5 million business unit to the next level by creating a thoughtful strategy that ensures we continue to offer innovative education and talent development programs that advance the professionalism of the industry.   This is an ideal time to join the National Apartment Association (NAA). We have just completed a comprehensive review of our education offerings and have enjoyed great success this past year as we pivoted to the virtual environment. Within your first year, you will further assess our existing programs and create the vision and business plan for business and industry partnerships that better serve employers, individuals, and program providers. We will look for your guidance on ways to improve our internal processes to enhance the user experience and gain efficiencies, while synergizing NAAEI’s capabilities with strategic initiatives across the NAA organization.   This is a high-impact role where you will report to the NAA Senior Vice President, Affiliate & Member Engagement, collaborating frequently with industry executives and the board of directors to ensure our offerings meet industry needs. You will create successful partnerships with NAA affiliates, colleges, universities, and property management companies to grow a diverse portfolio of programs for rental housing professionals. You will manage a team of four professionals experienced in all facets of continuing education, professional development, credentialing, certifications, and training programs. Through your executive-level vision, innovation, and leadership, you will ensure exceptional program quality in all NAAEI efforts, ultimately leading to wider adoption of NAA credentials across the industry.   Organization Overview Finding a secure, affordable home has always been the American dream. But in a quest to achieve financial security, many Americans have turned away from homeownership. Demand for apartments is at a multi-decade high with more than four in ten Americans now renting.   The National Apartment Association is the leading voice for quality rental housing in every community. As a trusted partner, valued connector, and powerful advocate for multifamily housing owners, managers, developers, and suppliers, NAA serves over 153 affiliates, 82 thousand members, and 10 million rental housing units globally.   The National Apartment Association Education Institute develops tomorrow’s apartment industry leaders with broad-based education, training, and recruitment programs that attract, nurture, and retain quality professionals. We are committed to offering innovative programs that maintain the highest level of professionalism for the multifamily housing industry.   Responsibilities - Lead the NAA Education Institute’s strategic direction, as approved by the NAAEI Board. - Provide leadership and direct staff in the development and implementation of new education initiatives, including education offered at NAA signature events. - Engage with staff/volunteer leadership and industry partners to identify ways to improve program performance, user experience, knowledge retention, and ultimately program outcomes. - Develop and maintain relationships with state and national organizations focused on providing education to rental housing professionals. - Provide leadership and vision to NAAEI workforce development efforts, including apprenticeship programs. - Collaborate with stakeholders to identify, develop, and bring to market new offerings for the NAAEI that will build member expertise and attract new students to the designation education pipeline. - Drive revenue and margin growth across the portfolio of NAAEI offerings, which currently represents $5 million in annual revenue. Collaborate with internal and external stakeholders, including NAA affiliates, other real estate associations, and NAA’s marketing department, on strategies for achieving financial goals. - Develop and manage NAAEI’s annual education budget, soliciting input from education committee leaders and staff. Review the financial performance of the Institute, adjusting as needed. In collaboration with the NAA’s VP of Finance, forecast revenues and expenses on an ongoing basis. - Lead the creation of new revenue streams. Test innovative and creative education concepts targeted at multiple stakeholder audiences. - Set specific and measurable goals for the education programs and initiatives to gauge effectiveness. - Establish standards and processes to ensure alignment and relevance of high-quality content delivery across NAAEI program partners.  - Oversee the development, testing, and implementation of new education concepts in learning programs. Develop recommendations to continuously increase the quality of the NAAEI faculty network. - Oversee the development of agendas and minutes for NAAEI Board and committee meetings. Ensure that the NAAEI Board and staff act in accordance with established bylaws, policies, and procedures.     Qualifications - Bachelor’s degree required; master’s degree preferred, in adult education, instructional design, instructional technology, or related discipline. - Strong business skills, including the ability to manage and grow a complex business across a portfolio of offerings with total annual revenue of approximately $5 million. - 8-10 years of relevant work experience including training, organizational development, adult learning, program development, or distance learning. - Prior experience directing a training development organization or department with a track record of hiring qualified staff and independent contractors. - Prior experience developing partnerships with associations, universities, or other organizations. - Excellent project team management, financial management, administration, presentation, marketing, communication, and interpersonal skills. - Ability to travel to support core job functions and attend association events.   Attributes - Business-minded. You have successfully structured programs to generate revenue and you know how to translate strategy into action. You set priorities wisely and make tough resource allocation decisions while always finding a way to forward strategic initiatives. - Collaborative. You are a team player who can interrelate and operate effectively with peers and other associates in a collegial, yet demanding, work environment. You have a proven track record of getting results by building strong relationships and partnerships. - Entrepreneurial. Smart and creative, you intuitively recognize opportunities and act. You build from the ground up, navigating and innovating through challenges with a sense of fortitude. You figure out what needs to happen to get things done. - Flexible. You seamlessly handle a variety of constituencies, manage multiple tasks simultaneously, and thrive in a complex environment with multiple priorities. You think about what a process should be, evaluate the options, and implement solutions. - Results-oriented. You have the proven ability and experience to bring about change. You consistently see clues in the data, understand and anticipate the consequences, and take appropriate action. - Team leader.You understand the mission, the needs, and the direction of the company, and you confidently engage staff at all levels to define needs and expectations.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - This is an exciting time to join NAA as we rethink the future of NAAEI. NAAEI holds enormous growth potential, and your efforts will propel us forward. You can be proud of the work we do to support our members with their most important challenge: developing future leaders. And you can be proud of the work we do to support course participants with their most important challenge: advancing their careers. - This is a high-profile role backed by a financially strong organization with ample reserves. Like the industry we represent, NAA is poised for significant growth and NAAEI’s growth is critical to our continued success. - Your colleagues are collegial, experienced, professional, and open to new ideas. - We offer an excellent benefits package, including medical, dental, and vision insurance; short-term and long-term disability coverage; 401(k) plan; a bonus plan for all employees; education benefits; professional memberships; condensed work-week options; and more.   To Apply Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Bob Corlett at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “NAA – VP, NAAEI #2021-2629 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Job responsibilities are similar to the following positions: VP /Director of Education, VP/Director of Certification, VP/Director Professional Development, VP/Director Educational Programs, VP/Director of Accreditation, VP/Director of  Workforce Development   Please note: our practice is to not disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.        
Job ID
2021-2629
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Coordinator, Standards, Guidelines and Quality As Coordinator for Standards, Guidelines and Quality for the Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions (SCAI), you will support efforts to improve patient care and outcomes through the development and evaluation of evidence-based recommendations and resources for the practice of interventional cardiology. Interventional cardiology is an interesting, important, and constantly changing field where you will be working with world-renowned experts. Your efforts will ensure that patients have every opportunity to receive quality cardiovascular care, addressing one of the most important health issues in America.   Reporting to the Assistant Director, Standards, Guidelines and Quality, you will be involved in all aspects of the process, from scheduling meetings and managing reference libraries to attending committee meetings and corresponding with external stakeholders. You will assist in preparing agendas and tracking action items from committee meetings, conducting online research on various topics, organizing/copyediting manuscripts, and coordinating meetings across a wide range of stakeholders with very busy schedules.   SCAI simultaneously develops and endorses a variety of guidance documents, including clinical practice guidelines, consensus statements, position statements, and member-driven scientific and policy statements. We have a lot going on and will rely on your service orientation and organization skills to keep us all on track, guaranteeing that no detail is overlooked while ensuring that all stakeholders feel well-supported.   In the United States, about 40,000 newborns are born with congenital heart defects every year. More than 2 million infants, children, adolescents, and adults are living with congenital heart defects. At SCAI, we represent more than 5,200 members across 75 countries. Our mission is to lead the global interventional cardiovascular community through education, advocacy, research, and quality patient care. Focus areas for SCAI include establishing standards and guidelines for all aspects of cardiac catheterization and angiography, training, credentialing, safety, and quality assurance for cardiovascular procedures. We transform life-saving innovation into life-saving action by providing cutting-edge, high-quality education for interventionalists and their teams.   Responsibilities - Provide operational and logistical support to the Publications and Quality Improvement Committees, including preparation of agendas, meeting materials, and minutes; management of scheduling and calendar appointments; tracking action items; reporting on committee activities. - Suggest policy and process improvements to optimize the efficiency and integrity of SCAI’s clinical documents portfolio, including clinical practice guidelines, expert consensus statements, and position/scientific statements. - Conduct research on timely healthcare issues and programs relevant to interventional cardiologists and their patients. - Provide operational and logistical support to writing groups, including collection review of disclosure and biographical information, communication about and adherence to project timelines, implementation of appropriate society policies/methodology, meeting materials and minutes, peer review, and version control of manuscript drafts. - Assist with the development of clinical practice guidelines for the diagnosis and management of cardiovascular disease, including the development of PICO questions, literature screening, and data abstraction. - Develop and maintain knowledge of GRADE methodology. - Maintain reference libraries, locate full texts, and generate bibliographies for clinical documents in development. - Coordinate document production and publication, including journal submission and article proofing. - Support document dissemination activities, including the development of website content, provision of detail for marketing communications, and coordination of presentations or educational sessions, in collaboration with other staff. - Assist with the development of implementation and evaluation tools, derivative products, and quality improvement programs; work with team and department staff to assess the effectiveness of derivatives and continually improve product functionality and development processes. - Support the production of quality improvement resources (e.g., SCAI Quality Improvement Toolkit and Tip-of-the-Month feature, point-of-care apps, topical resource centers).   Qualifications - Bachelor’s degree. An advanced degree in public health or health policy is preferred. - Knowledge of general medical and regulatory terminology. - One to three years of work experience supporting clinical guideline development and/or quality improvement initiatives at a nonprofit specialty society or similar organization. - Proficiency with Covidence, Zotero, Protech, or other similar platforms. - Previous experience with, or knowledge of, GRADE methodology is preferred. - Ability to work some evening hours, primarily for attendance at meetings with members.   Attributes - Curious. You are intellectually curious and like learning new things. You enjoy researching, collecting, and sharing information. You ask questions, you listen, and you learn. - Dependable. Whether it is something that requires a quick turnaround or a long-term project with many steps, you take full responsibility from start to finish. When you say you will get back to someone, you do. - Organized. You effortlessly schedule both people and tasks, turning competing priorities into realistic project plans while being sensitive to timelines and resource availability. You are meticulously attentive to details and accurately keep track of all the moving parts. - Responsive. In this position, you will have many stakeholders with varying needs. You are committed to providing a high level of service while remaining aligned to the organization’s mission. You communicate clearly and quickly establish credibility. - Self-assured. You are polite and diplomatic, yet confident and assertive, and are not easily discouraged. You are results-focused and relationship-focused, and you thrive in a fast-paced, multi-tasking, cross-departmental team environment.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - We have the opportunity to move the field of interventional cardiology forward, directly impacting the quality of care that patients receive around the world. Our team at SCAI ensures that physicians have the most up-to-date guidance on procedures and technology, improving cardiovascular health and care for the entire population. - This role is a great stepping stone for your career. This is an intellectually stimulating environment where you will work with advanced methodologies for evidence-synthesis and further develop those technical skills. - Your work will save lives. We see dramatic lifesaving procedures performed by our members every day and our volunteer leaders are hungry to have an even greater impact. Your support of clinical documents and quality initiatives will make a real difference. - SCAI is an exciting and busy environment. You will be working with smart, collaborative, energetic, hard-working colleagues who are committed to their work. As the leading medical society for interventional cardiology professionals, we have experienced tremendous growth over the past 10 years. And now is a great time to join our team, with the launch of our journal coming later this year. - We offer highly competitive compensation and benefits that include health, dental, and vision insurance; tuition reimbursement; vacation and holiday pay; retirement plan with employer contribution; short-term and long-term disability insurance; and more. - Your life outside of work is important, so while we work hard on the job, we also offer shortened week and flexible work hour options.   To Apply Simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “SCAI – Coordinator, Standards, Guidelines and Quality #2021-2631 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Job responsibilities are similar to the following positions: Project Coordinator, Project Specialist, Program Coordinator, Program Associate, Program Assistant, Development Assistant, Development Coordiantor.   Please note: our practice is to not disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.   IND123
Job ID
2021-2631
Job Locations US-MD-Baltimore
Vice President, Client Success Using the only true AI application in HR technology,Arena is helping our clients create happier, more equitable, more stable workforces. Since beginning to scale in 2016, Arena Analytics has rapidly expanded across the country into over 1,200 facilities, evaluating over 3 million unique job applicants per year and successfully reducing employee turnover by a median of 38 percent across every job category.   By removing bias from the talent management process, we increase top-line revenue and decrease bottom-line costs for our clients. Our predictive analytics reveal talent not traditionally considered for positions; we leverage bias-fighting algorithms that measure and mitigate bias, incorporate performance data from recent hires rather than any potentially biased, employer-selected, favorite long-term employee data, and regularly meet with our clients to discuss what our data scientists are seeing.   As the VP for Client Success, you will partner with Arena’s clients to revitalize their process for hiring. Through your regular interactions with each client, you will be building the informational “translation layer” between our clients’ HR teams and their own hiring managers and operational leaders, using rich data to build stories, glean insights, and develop diverse, high-performing teams. In every interaction, you’ll be directly addressing a pervasive problem for most organizations – operational leaders complaining they don’t have enough “good people” while HR executives are overwhelmed with massive numbers of unproductive candidate interactions.   Your team will work at the vital intersection between our clients and the product, data science, and engineering teams at Arena. You’ll be developing models, analyses, and insights that illuminate potential paths to achieving clients’ business objectives. At Arena, we believe the labor market is fundamentally broken and we’re working hard to fix it. In most organizations, people still make talent decisions based on limited information. Resumes, pedigree, assessments, and personal connections have proven time and again to be ineffective at predicting actual job performance. These age-old processes reinforce bias and contribute little insight to guide either party in determining if they are a good match. Your work can help us bring a merciful end to those unfair, outdated, and ineffective approaches.   Key Responsibilities - Demonstrate value and build trust with clients, becoming a trusted strategic advisor for most difficult decisions. As you work through the everyday complexities inherent in our work, you will earn respect at every level of the client organizations, helping gain buy-in from HR, mid-level hiring managers, and senior executives alike. This level of rapport and partnership leads to revenue growth within accounts. - Build business cases, business models, and proof of value for Arena products and programs. Understand complex business issues, technical challenges, and industry trends and clearly communicate key messages to all levels within client organizations – field recruiters, HR and talent leadership, and operations leadership, as well as the C-suite. - Represent client interests and priorities within Arena to prioritize client deliverables among competing projects, balance client needs with business priorities, and articulate rationale behind decisions. Advise our engineering, sales, and data science teams on how to improve our service delivery capabilities. - Define, analyze, track, and improve key success metrics and identify trends and anomalies. Work with internal teams to understand factors impacting changes in results and develop solutions. Prepare and present reports and forecasts to client organizations.   Qualifications - Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. You are adept at building strong client relationships at the C-level and VP and director levels. Your problem-solving skills and ability to understand client needs ensure that contractual relationships are successful. - Experience with data science concepts and familiarity with products built on data and analytics. Excitement about the possibilities of applying sophisticated data science to change our world. - Experience in healthcare, acute care, or post-acute environments would be a plus, but we are also rapidly expanding into other business sectors. - Experience in an earlier stage technology business would be a plus, but we’re really looking for your propensity to thrive in a fast-paced and high-expectation environment. - Willingness and ability to travel to client sites (eventually).    Attributes - Emotional intelligence. You are approachable, relatable, and know how to read the room. You know when people are nodding their heads but not understanding, and you know how to create a safe space for people to express their true concerns. You know that deploying AI is a leap of faith for some organizations, and your customers know that you have their back. - Insatiable curiosity. You love to get to the bottom of complex issues and relish the big picture insights that arise from delving into the granular detail. You are driven by the desire to get to the right solution, no matter the difficulty. - Intellectual gravitas. You are undaunted by the unfamiliar and are equally comfortable working through a business issue with a client or creating a new solution with the engineering or data science teams. You respect the expertise of others and know that your own expertise is developing the translation layer between all parties. You are pragmatic and action-oriented, and you have the courage to be directive when necessary. - Business savvy. You are equally comfortable in the boardroom or working with a frontline hiring manager. You are equally effective in handling issues that arise from business matters, people, technology, or contracts.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - You will be solving one of the most vexing problems in any organization – hiring the right people and predicting who will be successful on the job. And by helping organizations connect people with meaningful work without being distracted by biases and incorrect assumptions, you will also contribute to a society that is more productive, more fair, and more inclusive of marginalized populations. - You will help hiring managers see hiring differently and help organizations make dramatic improvements in their productivity, worker satisfaction, organizational diversity, customer satisfaction, and financial performance. - You will be working at the very forefront of AI, collaborating with exceptionally talented, amazingly supportive colleagues who have a proven track record of success doing precisely this kind of work. - Every day you will be solving unique and complex technical challenges on a scale matched by few companies. And we’re just getting started. - We offer competitive salaries, benefits, and equity.   To Apply Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Bob Corlett at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “Arena – VP, Client Success #2021-2635 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Job responsibilities are similar to the following positions: VP/Director of Client Services/Client Success/Client Engagement/Client Relationships. Head of Customer Success, VP of Strategic Partnerships.   Please note: our practice is to not disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.   IND123  
Job ID
2021-2635
Job Locations US-MD-Rockville
Director of Public Health Education As Director of Public Health Education at the American Kidney Fund (AKF), you will be the primary lead in developing and managing evidence-based kidney disease education programs and resources, includingdigital and print health education content, educational materials, webinars, research abstracts, and our Kidney Kitchen pages. AKF is the nation’s leading nonprofit working on behalf of the 37 million Americans living with kidney disease. Our mission is to help people fight this disease and live healthier lives, and we fulfill that mission by providing a complete spectrum of programs and services.   Reporting to the Senior Director of Health Initiatives & Education, you will supervise a team of five full-time employees and assist the senior director in developing strategies and programmatic vision for the public education department. We are known for several award-winning programs such as Beyond Bananas™, Goutful™, and Act on Anemia™. Because of these programs, increased public attention on kidney disease, and innovations in treatment, we have experienced tremendous funding growth in the past 5 years – expanding corporate-sponsored revenue over 400 percent from $388 thousand to just under $2 million.   We have long recognized the links between education, the provision of quality healthcare, and the improvement of clinical outcomes related to kidney disease. With about a hundred deliverables already in process, you will be diving into a full portfolio of sponsored programs ranging in size and complexity from a simple one-page download and/or Facebook Live to a million-dollar, multi-year, branded awareness campaign. You will often serve as the public face for our team, speaking about our programs on calls with sponsors and at conferences and special forums and working with sponsors and the development team to design effective programs. Our kidney disease education programs and resources seek to empower and support those affected by kidney disease by addressing the learning needs and interests ofour public, patient, and caregiver audiences.   Your success in this role will stem from your ability to manage multiple competing priorities, recognizing the importance of kidney disease in community health, the disproportionate impact on communities of color, and the social determinants of health as it relates to chronic kidney disease.   Responsibilities - Develop, implement, and evaluate programs by leading formative research, creating content, and designing formal program evaluation plans to determine program effectiveness with a vision toward meeting the needs of populations at risk for, and those affected by, kidney disease. - Consult and collaborate with the senior director, staff, internal AKF teams, and renal professionals to develop and review educational materials, media, and other content. - Collaborate with development, marketing and communications, IT, and other AKF departments to proactively and successfully market webinars, Kidney Kitchen™, Kidney Health Coach, and education campaigns focused on kidney disease and related comorbidities. - Collaborate with the development team to leverage sponsorship areas of focus to align with organization mission and goals within the component of kidney disease education. - Provide direct supervision and demonstrate quality leadership to staff responsible for education programming, while assessing staff professional development needs and providing constructive feedback and affirmation. - In conjunction with the senior director, set the overall strategy for education initiatives and ensure that programs are complementary and cohesive. - Keep abreast of current research and guidelines within the space of kidney disease by participating in educational opportunities, reading professional publications, maintaining and cultivating a professional network, and participating in professional organizations. - Incorporate expertise in health communication, principles of program development, and knowledge transfer and acquisition to develop, refine, and promote kidney disease education materials and resources. - Establish and apply policies and/or procedures through the product portfolio for curriculum and product development and maintenance, including content, quality, evaluation, design expectations, and distribution. - Conduct formative research before developing all public education materials, testing, clinical review, and evaluation. Develop proposals and contracts as requested. - Develop and manage a budget, incorporating sound fiduciary responsibility; interpret financial data and recommend contingency plans. - Facilitate public, patient, provider, and caregiver education by leveraging understanding of the learners’ cultural and religious practices, emotional barriers, desire and motivation to learn, physical and/or cognitive limitations, language barriers, and readiness to learn. - Select, adapt, and customize education materials for various target audiences by evaluating available fact sheets, printed materials, videos, webinars, and external resources in alignment with best practices and industry standards within health education and the field of kidney disease. - Support leadership needs related to the Medical Advisory Committee and the Prevention/Education Committee. - Provide logistical, educational content, and/or administrative support for outreach events, toolkit/awareness initiatives, and the AKF website. - Support exhibits; represent AKF through superior customer support and knowledge of AKF’s programs and services in a professional manner. - Work with staff and the senior director to develop new, and improve the quality of existing, programs by researching, evaluating, designing processes, and implementing changes. - Identify program successes and areas in need of improvement by maintaining rapport with potential and current partners as well as others in a position to understand emerging patient, provider, caregiver, and public education topics. - Enhance AKF's reputation and reach by creating and implementing new and varied education programs and exploring opportunities that add value to public, patient, caregiver, and professional communities.   Qualifications - Master’s degree in public health, dietetics, or other applicable fields. - 5-7 years of experience applying principles of health promotion and project management toward the successful execution of health awareness campaigns and initiatives; experience planning, designing, implementing, and evaluating health education programs. - 3-5 years of supervisory experience. - Track record developing and fostering relationships with external partners, corporate sponsors, and volunteers. - A clear understanding of ways in which health disparities, implicit bias, and race-based social inequities impact populations most at risk for kidney disease. - Excellent management, work organization, and formal reporting skills. - Understanding of CME/CE accreditation a plus. - CHES or MCHES a plus. - Understanding of nonprofit organizational management and operations. - Experience working with project management and/or learning management software.   Attributes - Analytical. You are results-oriented and outcomes-focused. You enjoy working with data, are comfortable managing information, and have a keen eye for detail. You go beyond giving us the numbers and tell us how to apply the data to produce meaningful results. - Collaborative. You have a collaborative style and efficiently work across departments and with external entities to get results and support while cultivating relationships. - Effective communicator. You have an exceptional ability to communicate with staff, donors, and the public, building confidence at all levels. You easily adjust your message, without sacrificing content, consistency, or service delivery. Apply principles of health literacy and plain language to translate clinical/technical jargon into consumable layperson content. - Problem solver. You are innovative, creative, and effective. You anticipate and respond to change in a fast-paced environment and can efficiently manage ambiguity and shape answers to questions when no template exists. No task is too big or too small. - Project manager. You successfully handle multiple projects simultaneously, allocate and optimize resources, reduce risks, create sound workflows, identify and eliminate bottlenecks, manage timelines, and get the work done in a timely manner. You bring order to competing priorities and keep things running smoothly. - Service-oriented. You take initiative and work hard to make a difference for others. You care profoundly about serving people and easily translate objectives into social impact.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - You will be designing education programs that directly impact lives. You can be proud of the lifesaving work you and your team will do here. We identify and facilitate treatment for hundreds of critically high-risk patients each year while helping thousands of others proactively control their lives and decrease their health risks. - This is an excellent time to join our results-oriented culture as we expand upon our existing portfolio. Your ideas will be welcomed and supported as we look for new data-informed strategies to broaden our reach. - You are joining a strong team of diverse, open, collaborative, and supportive colleagues who care deeply about each other and our mission, led by a board of trustees that is appropriately active, engaged, experienced, supportive, and appreciative of the team. - We are financially strong and the only health nonprofit included in Charity Navigator’s list of the top 10 charities with the most consecutive 4-star ratings. We are proud of our recent award as one of the Top 50 Nonprofit Employers in the United States. - AKF offers a comprehensive benefits plan designed to meet the needs of all our employees that includes health, dental, vision, life, short- and long-term disability, flex spending, and generous leave.   To Apply Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “AKF – Director of Public Health Education #2021-2636 SA” as the subject of the email.   Job responsibilities are similar to the following positions: Associate Director, Public Health Education, Senior Program Manager, Public Health Director, Chronic Disease Coordinator, Public Health Programs Director, Patient Programs Director, Director of Public Health.   Please note: our practice is to not disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.   IND123
Job ID
2021-2636
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Chief Program Operations Officer – Research Programs   In this highly visible role, you will report to the Deputy Executive Director for Patient-Centered Research Outcomes and lead a growing team of professionals with scientific, contract management, research award administration, funding operational systems, and research policy expertise who collectively provide end-to-end support for all PCORI program funding activities. Since our founding in 2010, Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) has awarded more than $2.8 billion to support over 1,700 projects, including research studies, engagement programs, dissemination and implementation projects, and research infrastructure activities.   There has never been a more exciting time to join our team—with a new Executive Director on board, a 10-year reauthorization, and an ongoing strategic planning effort to update PCORI’s National Priorities which will frame the organization’s Research Agenda and its dissemination and stakeholder engagement activities for the future. Through our research and engagement activities, PCORI strives to reflect the diversity and richness of the US population and its many communities, including diverse racial and ethnic groups, individuals with low socioeconomic status, women, older adults, and people with multiple chronic conditions, to generate evidence that will be applicable and bring benefit to all. We also fund projects that examine methods to advance the conduct of comparative clinical effectiveness research focused on patient-centered outcomes and have developed a set of Methodology Standards as the basis for sound research.   You will lead and help to grow a multi-department team responsible for designing and implementing agile systems of the highest integrity to solicit, award, and provide end-to-end oversight and fiscal stewardship of PCORI’s rich and robust program portfolio. You will ​ build upon our track record of success as you optimize functional alignment and coherency across division responsibilities, as well as at the intersections of functions within the broader Programmatic Unit and other PCORI business units. You will also ensure that the research findings and outcomes generated through PCORI-funded projects are rigorously reviewed prior to the posting of final research reports. You will serve as an ambassador with external stakeholders in the research community, sharing the organization’s mission and building relationships that encourage participation from a wide spectrum of institutions and promote PCORI’s patient-centered study designs across the health research enterprise.   Keen attention to and leadership for future-oriented, efficient, and synergistic processes and workflows will also be critical to this role. Instilling a culture of clear, collaborative, inclusive, and transparent leadership and management practices across departments, including the development and maintenance of clearly defined positions with career growth opportunities for staff at all levels such that employees thrive and are empowered to excel in achieving PCORI’s mission, will be central to this role.   Organization Overview We are an independent, nonprofit organization authorized by Congress to fund comparative clinical effectiveness research (CER) which compares two or more available healthcare options to determine what works best for which patients and under what circumstances. We fund research and analyses to generate high-quality, reliable, and meaningful information to enable better-informed health and healthcare decisions by patients, their care givers, and other stakeholders in transforming our health systems. We achieve this by supporting patient-centered outcomes research, which is CER that focuses not only on traditional clinical outcomes but also on the needs, preferences, and outcomes most important to patients and those who care for them. In addition, we seek to improve healthcare delivery and patient outcomes by producing and promoting evidence-based information through research that is guided by patients, caregivers, and the broader healthcare community.   Responsibilities Leadership and Strategy - Lead the development and implementation of funding operations strategy and systems integration to advance PCORI’s programmatic goals and create multi-year strategic objectives that align with PCORI’s broader strategic plan and priorities. - Deploy a future-directed approach to department and staff development to assure PCORI’s readiness and functional capacities to drive toward anticipated commitment plans and trends in health and health research priorities. - Lead the identification, development, and implementation of PCORI funding policies to ensure systematic oversight and implementation of organizational mandates for the funded-award portfolio, including the development and maintenance of clear and up-to-date procedures relating to Program Operations responsibilities. - Lead or co-lead collaborations with other units and divisions to increase awareness of and interest among PCORI stakeholders to participate in PCORI-funded activities as awardees, sub-awardees, merit and peer reviewers, partners, etc. through the development and dissemination of clear, consistent, and accessible communication strategies and informational resources to support the success of both new and experienced applicants and awardees. - Provide expert guidance and counsel to PCORI leadership and to all cross-functional interactions with Programs, Office of the Executive Director, and Operations to ensure the successful execution of all Program Operations activities. Division Oversight and Management - Supervise a highly effective, multi-disciplinary team responsible for all pre-and post-award research administration and contract management functions from project solicitation to the public posting of research findings. Domains of expertise covered include funding opportunity development and solicitation; application intake and merit review; contract negotiation and execution; award oversight and closeout; funding policy development and compliance; peer review of final research outcomes; and award systems management. - Oversee the end-to-end management of and stewardship for the processes to support an expanding and diversifying programmatic portfolio, which includes over 600 active awards encompassing many distinct study and project designs. Work in concert with leadership from across PCORI to innovate and create agile adaptations across the award lifecycle, including with respect to PCORI funding approaches, to meet the new commitment plan and address emerging research priorities. - Identify strategies to proactively assess and improve process efficiencies across departments in meeting funding goals, setting and achieving performance targets, and integrating functional alignments internal and external to Program Operations to support PCORI’s commitment to be a learning organization. - Develop and sustain a culture that promotes team and individual staff development, collaboration, transparency, and inclusive workflows to promote synergies across processes and expertise domains and to ensure an environment where staff thrive and develop in support of PCORI’s mission. - Provide appropriate oversight and direction for all administrative operations conducted within the division’s departments, e.g., procurement actions, personnel management, budget development. Ensure consistent implementation and management of staff compliance with PCORI organizational policies, practices, and training expectations. Visibility in Sector - Build and maintain strategic relationships with nonprofit health research funders, leading experts, and other stakeholders. - Represent PCORI at relevant sector events, including those with the research communities, and promote our unique approach to active portfolio management and public funding stewardship.   Qualifications - Understanding of scientific review and research program management principles and best practices. Advanced degree in relevant field preferred. - Minimum 12-15 years of experience in research administration or oversight of research activities and a strong understanding of funding operations and the connection of these operations to achieving research program goals. - Proven leadership in one or more areas of research administration, research portfolio or project management, or research systems development and implementation, preferably in a health research and/or non-profit funding environment. - Substantial experience managing large teams and experience integrating multiple teams across different disciplines and functional responsibilities into a cohesive and coordinated effort to achieving organizational goals. - At least ten years of demonstrated leadership and management experience in effectively managing staff and leading teams in a collaborative, inclusive environment that promotes employee growth and integration of specific functions with others internal and external to the team. - Demonstrated judgment and professionalism exemplified by clear illustrations of ability to work with individuals at all levels and across domains of expertise and responsibility. - Excellent analytical and organizational skills with an attention to detail and proven ability to adapt to shifts in priorities while maintaining focus on long-term objectives.   Attributes - Mission-driven. You are flexible and confident working through ambiguity while maintaining a focus on organizational priorities and values. You manage complex challenges and shifting priorities through the lens of the overarching PCORI mission, adjusting specific approaches or reprioritizing needs as appropriate. - Strategic leader. You are a facilitator and team builder focused on advancing short- and long-term goals using existing processes or innovating new approaches as needed. You have experience coaching, mentoring, and developing staff at all professional levels while bringing internal and external groups together to advance common goals. - Results-oriented. You discern the larger picture of day-to-day issues and connect them to the overarching goals. You are proactive, anticipating needs, identifying trends, interpreting priorities, and planning timely action based on your expert and professional judgment. - Inclusive. You are committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion principles in all aspects of how you lead and manage teams or groups within or external to the organization. This commitment includes explicit attention to these imperatives in the design and assessment of business processes or internal workflows, as well as how you conduct and achieve direct responsibilities. - Collaborative. You partner, communicate, listen, and coordinate effectively with colleagues at every level of the organization. You promote transparency and share information, work collegially, solicit others’ perspectives and expertise, and share and give credit to others.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - Working here, you will have the opportunity to influence the quality of healthcare afforded to every American. PCORI researchers have had great success in the national effort to improve patient-centered outcomes and provide research evidence to assist patients, caregivers, clinicians, and others to make informed healthcare decisions. - This is a unique role where you will lead a multi-disciplinary division that is growing and diversifying within an organization that is leaning into a securely funded future and emerging with a new ten-year strategic plan with exciting opportunities to contribute to and shape innovations in patient-centered health and healthcare strategies. - We offer an excellent compensation package including medical, dental, and vision insurance; long-term and short-term disability; 401(a) plan; life insurance; and more.    To Apply Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “PCORI – Chief Programs Operations Officer #2021-2619 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Job responsibilities are similar to the following positions: Chief Science Officer, Chief, Director, Research Operations, Director of Research Administration, Director of Sponsored Projects, Program Director.   Please note: our practice is to not disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.   IND123
Job ID
2021-2619
Job Locations US-VA-Arlington
Assistant Vice President of Communications & Marketing In this highly visible role as Assistant Vice President (AVP) of Communications & Marketing, you will position the Medical Device Innovation Consortium (MDIC) in the media and the medical technology community as the go-to resource and thought leader for advancing medical device regulatory science. You will be a vital contributor to our rapidly growing team and a catalyst for advancing our mission of improving patients’ lives by accelerating access to innovative, high-quality, safe, and cost-effective medical technologies and innovations.   Supported by a team of two and working closely with the Director of Marketing, NESTcc Division, you will raise our profile and increase our national prominence through earned high-value media placements, social media, strategic outreach to key audiences, and speaking engagements. You will create high-value content and a coordinated and robust means of disseminating information across our portfolio, improving our brand identity and positioning. MDIC is the first ever public-private partnership created with the sole objective of advancing medical device regulatory science for patient benefit.   MDIC works on science, not policy. We bring together representatives of the FDA, National Institutes of Health (NIH), Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), industry, nonprofits, and patient organizations to improve the processes for the development, assessment, and review of new medical technologies. Our unique partnership with the FDA is a great benefit to our members and partners. By improving our visibility and creating strategies to further increase attendance at our events, you will enhance our connection and engagement with our stakeholders and impact member acquisition.   Key Responsibilities - Serve as an integral member of the leadership team, helping drive the organizational strategy as we continue to grow and expand. - Broaden our presence and deepen engagement from our followers on social media. - Arrange for our leadership team to speak at key industry events and engagements. - Form industry connections that enable MDIC to be known as a go-to resource. - Update our website and improve our SEO to be more accessible and engaging for a variety of audiences. - Repurpose our existing content and resources to be more visually appealing and digestible for a broader audience. - Implement strategies to expand our audiences for new and existing initiatives. - Supervise the development and implementation of communication initiatives aimed at increasing engagement in outreach activities. - Build a strategic marketing operation to achieve the objectives of organization goals, such as improving market penetration and increasing the relevance of MDIC. - Strengthen our marketing strategy by developing a program that drives the acquisition of new members, strengthens our position with current members, increases interest and participation in our events and initiatives, and drives revenue and engagement opportunities. - ​Align department priorities and activities with strategy, initiating business plans and reports, and developing and managing budgets. - Optimize the CRM system and marketing automation tools. Monitor dashboards and analyze the data for impact. - Manage and coach the team, motivating employees and supporting their professional development and growth. Utilize their abilities to maximize effectiveness.   Qualifications - 15 or more years leading communications and marketing, strengthening an organization’s visibility and positioning. Prior success increasing brand awareness, promoting brand value, generating demand, and nurturing customer satisfaction. - Experience working in a membership-based organization is a plus, ideally for a relevant industry (medical technology, medical devices and software, healthcare, nonprofit, regulatory, patient safety, device diagnostics, digital health, medical device software, data science and/or data research, life sciences, etc.). - Ability to develop content and create messaging that resonates with audiences in the medical technology sector, optimizing dissemination through relevant channels (e.g., press, social media, events, digital communications). - Experience leading a team of marketing and communications professionals. Adept at managing budgets and external vendors. - Previous experience with B2B healthcare and IT-related solutions is a plus. - Experience working in a fast-growing and dynamic work environment is a plus. Ability to be flexible and work collaboratively within teams and across an organization, including with virtual teams.   Attributes - Metrics-driven. You extract data from a variety of sources to produce meaningful reports. You go beyond providing numbers and advise on how to apply the data to produce the desired results. - Clear communicator. You can make highly technical information digestible and know how to convey complex information to diverse audiences. - Results-driven. You smoothly manage through ambiguity, easily shifting gears, reprioritizing, and staying 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. - Collaborative. You work cooperatively, seeking to understand concerns and realistically manage expectations. You find common ground and build consensus for workable solutions. You know how to take a stand and disagree without being disagreeable.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - You will be joining an organization whose mission is to make life better for patients. - MDIC is non-partisan and serves as a neutral forum where organizations can come together to enact real change. We have a strong, engaged board. - Your work supports the potential to dramatically advance regulatory science for medical devices, accelerating medical device innovation, leading to better informed and more empowered patients, and improving healthcare outcomes for every American. - You will not just be a cog in a wheel, rather, you will have an active voice as a key contributor. We work together and succeed together, and your ideas and input will be an integral part of our success. - We offer an excellent compensation package including health, dental, vision, and life insurance, paid time off, 403(B) plan with match, short-term and long-term disability insurance, and more.   To Apply Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “MDIC – AVP of Comm & Marketing #2021-2621 SA” as the subject of the email.   Job responsibilities are similar to the following positions: AVP of Communications and Marketing, Assistant Vice President of Communications, Director of Communications, Senior Director of Communications, Senior Director of Communications and Marketing,  Director of Communications and Marketing, Director of Marketing, Senior Director of Marketing   Please note: our practice is to not disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.    
Job ID
2021-2621
Job Locations US-DC-Washington, DC
Grants Accountant As our Grants Accountant, you will report to the VP of Finance & Administration and manage a portfolio of approximately $16 million federal and nonfederal grants. You will oversee the complete process of federal grant proposals, grant-funded expenditures, and reporting for our Head Start and Early Head Start grants and implement systems for tracking compliance with non-restricted grants, including interim and final reports. This role will ensure we have a keen focus on optimizing all elements of the grant administration process.   Within your first few months, you will come up to speed on all our grants and financial systems and identify ways we can improve our processes to be most effective. You will work with budget owners reviewing weekly, monthly, and quarterly financial reports to help colleagues understand our spending forecast and ensure we abide by each grant award.   Educare DC is growing to serve over 424 children from prenatal to five years old – and their families – across eight sites in Wards 7 and 8 – through our state-of-the-art center and community partnerships. Building on the program foundations of Early Head Start and Head Start and accredited by NAEYC, Educare DC promotes school readiness by providing high-quality, comprehensive early learning programming for historically underserved children, eliminating the opportunity gap often experienced by low-income communities. Educare DC is part of the 24-school Educare Learning Network that serves as a platform for broader change, inspiring high-quality programs in communities, improving public policies nationally and within each state, and demonstrating a comprehensive, research-based approach to the first five years of life and learning. Educare draws on a blend of private and public dollars, including federal childcare funding, Early Head Start, Pre-K, and other state and federal funding streams. At Educare, we believe everyone deserves a fair chance to achieve their dreams and it starts by leveling the playing field from birth. Our approach extends beyond the classroom to help children, families, and communities thrive.   Responsibilities - Manage fiscal development of grant applications and continuation grants, ensuring accurate calculation of grant budgets. - Lead the process of planning, budgeting, and tracking restricted grants. - Manage the development of comprehensive grant spending plans and/or schedules (i.e., percent spent by specified quarter, percent to reallocate to other grants, etc.). - Coordinate with accounting, directors, VP of Programs, and VP of Finance & Administration to develop the annual organization budget. - Facilitate quarterly federal and non-federal grant meetings with the directors, VP of Programs, VP of Finance & Administration, and the Fiscal Specialist. - Coordinate with the executive team as appropriate to manage the allocation of expenses among the agency’s federal and non-federal grant portfolio; identify and code unallocated expenses should any surface. - Utilize monthly financials (TRNA Schedule and Grant Life Report) to track spending and ensure timely use of restricted and unrestricted grant funds. - Coordinate with the accounting team to prepare financial reports required for grant reporting. - Coordinate with the accounting team to ensure federal reimbursement requests are processed in a timely manner. - Support planning and preparation for all audits, including responses to funders and compilation of documents. - Provide administrative support and execute special projects for the finance department while maintaining a high level of confidentiality.   Qualifications - Bachelor’s degree in accounting, business, finance, or related field. - 5 years or more of relevant experience in fiscal management and/or accounting services, including strong computation skills. - Intermediate to advanced level skills with computer applications and database programs, including Microsoft Office, tools for tracking and reporting, Bill.com, and Sage Intacct (or other accounting software). Child Plus experience is preferred. - Ability to work well independently and in a team environment and communicate effectively and appropriately with a diverse staff and external constituents. - Ability to pass background checks, bi-annual physical examinations, drug screen, TB, and diagnostic tests as required by local, state, and federal regulations.   Attributes - Analytical. You like to analyze data and establish plans. You can analyze information, make decisions, and convince others of the validity of those decisions. - Deadline oriented. You never miss a deadline. You enjoy clear and predictable timelines and like to complete your work well within the timeframe. - Discreet. You are professional and discreet. You consistently maintain a high level of confidentiality. - Organized. Your attention to detail is supported by your organization skills. You appreciate order and know how to achieve it efficiently. - Problem solver. You respect the people and the process, and you parse it all out. You seek out relevant information and decide the appropriate next steps to get the desired results. - Rapport builder. Colleagues respect you for your knowledge and ability to communicate in a clear and family-friendly manner. All find you approachable and responsive. What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - You are entering a stable team with existing systems in place. We are financially strong with a stable source of grant funding. You will be supported by several experienced colleagues with in-house knowledge of our grants processes, as well as outsourced accounting services that consistently produce on-time financials. Your job is not to “fix” anything but rather to help us stabilize, fortify, and improve as the stage for future growth. - You will join a strong team passionate about the work we do and the people we serve. We value each person’s unique contributions and work together to accomplish our mission. A forward-thinking organization, there is no glass ceiling here; your success is yours to build, and it is our philosophy to promote from within whenever possible. - Following the principles of Head Start, we fundamentally believe in continuous learning for all staff. You will have resources and training opportunities available for anything you want to learn – allowing you to keep up to date on the latest trends in fiscal management. - You will work in our state-of-the-art facility that was custom-built for young children. You will support high-quality and individualized early learning to the children who need it most. - We offer a competitive salary and benefits package which includes medical, dental, and vision insurance; long-term and short-term disability; 403b with company match; fixed leave during school closings plus personal days, holidays, and more.   To Apply Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Karin Carter at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “Educare Grants Accountant #2021-2625 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Job responsibilities are similar to the following positions: Grants Manager, Grants Contract Specialist, Grants Contract Manager, Senior Grants Accountant, Senior Grants Manager.   Internally this position title is Grants Manager.   Please note: Our practice is to not disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening including a criminal background check, drug test, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.      
Job ID
2021-2625
Job Locations US-DC-Washington, DC
Compliance Manager As Compliance Manager, you will develop, monitor, and execute a compliance framework for the entire organization to ensure we understand and comply with the public laws and funding guidelines at the local, state, and federal levels. We have always been fully compliant, but this role will help us to be more proactive.   Reporting to the VP of Finance & Administration, you will implement a year-round focus on compliance, performing routine evaluations and maintaining dashboards of information to keep our entire team fully prepared for federal audits and reviews. Your focus on compliance systems will enable us to quickly address any activities that need attention and to be ready for upcoming events at our sites and/or our subrecipient site(s).   As a Head Start (HS) and Early Head Start (EHS) grantee, you will work with programs, finance, human resources, and facilities to ensure compliance with all regulations, including programmatic, governance, and fiscal operations adherence to the Head Start Act and Head Start Program Performance Standards, uniform guidance, and OMB circulars.   Educare DC is growing to serve over 424 children from prenatal to five years old – and their families – across eight sites in Wards 7 and 8 through our state-of-the-art center and community partnerships. Building on the program foundations of Early Head Start and Head Start and accredited by NAEYC, Educare DC promotes school readiness by providing high-quality, comprehensive early learning programming for  historically underserved children, eliminating the opportunity gap often experienced by low-income communities. Educare DC is part of the 24-school Educare Learning Network that serves as a platform for broader change, inspiring high-quality programs in communities, improving public policies nationally and within each state, and demonstrating a comprehensive, research-based approach to the first five years of life and learning. Educare draws on a blend of private and public dollars, including federal childcare funding, Early Head Start, Pre-K, and other state and federal funding streams. At Educare, we believe everyone deserves a fair chance to achieve their dreams and it starts by leveling the playing field from birth. Our approach extends beyond the classroom to help children, families, and communities thrive.   Responsibilities - Ensure compliance with applicable standards and regulations across the organization as it pertains to Early Head Start/Head Start. - Create a dashboard for compliance benchmarks, including fundraising benchmarks. - Ensure 100 percent compliance with 45 CFR Chapter XIII for the items within the scope of the Compliance department. - Monitor the Eligibility, Recruitment, Selection, Enrollment, and Attendance (ERSEA) process. - Monitor EHS/HS enrollments and occupancy to maintain compliance with minimum participant requirements. - Ensure that participant files are maintained by staff correctly throughout the year. - Prepare monthly reports regarding enrollment and retention. - Supervise monthly reporting regarding health initiatives and annual participant health exams. - Ensure program compliance with District of Columbia Municipal Regulations (DCMR), Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP), Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE), and HS regulations. - Ensure non-program departments understand and adhere to applicable regulations so that the organization remains compliant (e.g., Facilities, Human Resources, Fiscal). - Coordinate with Programs in designing the self-assessment process and generating a final report. - Lead and manage the preparation and site visit for annual childcare license renewals for all locations. - Ensure all business licenses and certificates are up to date (i.e., Clean Hands, Certificate of Good Standing, SAM). - Collaborate with leadership to create, monitor, and enforce standard operating procedures (SOPs) and guidance on all organizational forms. - Lead program compliance portion of the annual uniform guidance audit. - Coordinate with leadership and designated staff on preparation for the annual audit of CACFP and subsidy certification, as well as site visits by OSSE staff throughout the year. - Ensure fire drills are conducted monthly and/or per regulations. - Perform other relevant duties as assigned within the scope of the position.   Qualifications - Bachelor’s degree. - At least 5 years of comparable experience managing compliance with federally funded programs. - Experience in early childhood education and/or Head Start compliance is a plus. - Ability to pass background checks, bi-annual physical examinations, drug screen, TB, and diagnostic tests as required by local, state, and federal regulations.   Attributes - Articulate communicator. You communicate and coordinate effectively at every level, confidently engaging across multiple stakeholder groups. You easily synthesize complex information and create summaries and resources that colleagues can easily understand. - Collaborative. You value a cohesive team environment where everyone works hard and relies on each other. We are a team for the benefit of the organization. - Detail-oriented. You are meticulously attentive to details, get it right the first time, and accurately keep track of all the moving parts. - Proactive. You don’t wait for things to happen; you initiate action and make things happen. - Project manager. Your ability to coordinate with internal and external stakeholders and drive results requires superb project management skills. You manage recurring timelines and deadlines as well as a regular flow of items that can be both urgent and important.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - We have a history of full compliance and great audits with no findings. Your role will help us continue to be forward-thinking and set the foundation for future growth. - You will have the autonomy to grow and thrive in your position. We pride ourselves on being swift, cutting edge, and open-minded. We will value your insights and data-informed recommendations on how we can be more innovative to advance Educare DC to the next level. - Following the principles of Head Start, we fundamentally believe in continuous learning for all staff. You will be supported by experienced colleagues with in-house knowledge and an array of external resources available for anything you want to learn. - You will join a strong team passionate about the work we do and the people we serve. We value each person’s unique contributions and work together to accomplish our mission. - You will work in our state-of-the-art facility that was custom-built for young children. You will support high-quality and individualized early learning for the children who need it most. - We offer a competitive salary and benefits package which includes medical, dental, and vision insurance; long-term and short-term disability; 403b with company match; fixed leave during school closings plus personal days, holidays, and more.   To Apply Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Karin Carter at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “Educare Compliance Manager #2021-2624 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Job responsibilities are similar to the following positions:Compliance Specialist, Senior Compliance Specialist.   Please note: our practice is to not disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening including a criminal background check, drug test, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.    
Job ID
2021-2624
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Project Coordinator (Industry Relations) As Project Coordinator for Industry Relations at theSociety for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions(SCAI), you will support our business development, industry, and global outreach initiatives. Reporting to the Vice President, Industry and Global Partnerships, you will play a pivotal role in ensuring our team is well-prepared for all engagements with industry partners. This is a highly visible, collaborative position with an excellent opportunity to learn industry relations while supporting our association. You will have meaningful interactions with our board, industry partners, international societal partners, volunteers, physicians, healthcare professionals, and senior staff across departments.   You will engage with internal staff and partners, prioritize and manage a diverse flow of work, stay organized, anticipate the needs of others, and communicate throughout the organization. We will rely on you as a resource for researching industry partners, scheduling appointments, attending meetings and documenting key action items, updating our database, developing detailed reports, and keeping us organized and on track. Over time, you will also assist with logistics such as booking faculty, pricing programs, managing logistics for exhibit halls, and following up on proposals. We will rely on your strong attention to detail and ability to prioritize work and keep us informed on everyday agendas.   Organization Overview We represent more than 5,200 members across 75 countries. Interventional cardiology is an interesting, important, and constantly changing field where you will be working with world-renowned experts. We transform life-saving innovation into life-saving action by providing cutting-edge, high-quality education for interventionalists and their teams. Our mission is to lead the global interventional cardiovascular community through education, advocacy, research, and quality patient care. Your efforts will ensure that patients have every opportunity to receive quality cardiovascular care, addressing one of the most important health issues in America.   In the United States, about 40,000 newborns are born with congenital heart defects every year. More than 2 million infants, children, adolescents, and adults are living with congenital heart defects. There are approximately 3 million cardiovascular interventions performed annually in individuals of all ages. Our mission is to lead the global interventional cardiovascular community through education, advocacy, research, and quality patient care. Focus areas for SCAI include establishing standards and guidelines for all aspects of cardiac catheterization and angiography, training, credentialing, safety, and quality assurance for cardiovascular procedures.   Responsibilities Support the Industry Relations and Development team with all aspects of administrative activities: - Coordinate outreach and schedule meetings and calls with industry partners, SCAI staff, and physician volunteers, including at national conferences such as ACC, TCT, VIVA, etc. - Assist in providing agendas and materials for meetings with industry, attending meetings, taking notes, and following up on key action items. - Coordinate with internal departments to make sure deadlines are met and deliverables are provided. Draft and finalize correspondence. - Help manage partner logistics for exhibit halls and satellite symposia. Assist industry partners and exhibitors with basic questions. - Research industry partners and key issues/therapies as needed. - Take on special projects as needed such as developing timelines around new therapies to market. - Serve critical role in documenting and maintaining records of initiatives with key industry partners, including letters of agreement (LOAs), tracking payments, related follow up, etc. - Maintain accurate database records and help produce timely reports for physician leadership and staff. Coordinate with Protech database managers to develop the functionality needed for the team’s tracking purposes. - Assist in maintaining an active listing of partners, sponsors, and prospects for targeted outreach of exhibitor and sponsorship opportunities. Provide pricing and proposal support. - Identify ways to enhance executive productivity and organizational effectiveness; propose and help drive execution of solutions. Execute special projects, as needed, to support the work of the department. - Assist in maintaining accurate payment records for industry supported activities at our annual meetings, as well as for all industry supported projects overall, including follow-up communications. - Support SCAI’s sponsorship activities, assisting in the relationship management and logistical planning for SCAI partner relations events. - Create, document standard operating processes of procedures for duties and roles described above; Identify opportunities for continuous improvement.   Qualifications - Bachelor’s degree. - Minimum of 1-3 years of experience in a support role. - Demonstrated ability to work independently and deliver results. - Demonstrated experience updating a database. Proficiency with association management systems preferred.  - Excellent written and verbal communication skills. - Experience successfully interacting with physicians, healthcare professionals, and nonprofit leadership preferred.   Attributes - Project manager. You easily juggle multiple tasks, allocate and optimize resources, and manage timelines. You enjoy creating and implementing processes and procedures that uphold rigorous standards. You manage a task from start to finish. - Exceptional communicator. You are known for your poise, tact, and diplomacy. You are comfortable in a social setting and can confidently engage at all levels and across multiple stakeholder groups. You collaborate on projects and communicate results, and you are willing to listen and learn from others. - Flexible and capable. You manage changing priorities without difficulty and get the job done. You do whatever it takes. - Problem solver. You have excellent critical thinking skills, dive into the details, and know what questions to ask and when. - Resourceful with 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. - 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.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - This position is a tremendous springboard for your career in industry relations. As a critical member of the team, you will have the unique opportunity to engage with high-profile stakeholders across the industry and learn from colleagues across the organization as you hone your skills and grow into the role. - SCAI is an exciting and busy environment. As the leading medical society for interventional cardiology professionals, we have experienced tremendous growth over the past 10 years. You will be working among a team of smart, energetic, hard-working, collaborative, and welcoming people committed to the organization’s success. - Your work will save lives. The issues we focus on are interesting and the doctors, scientists, and researchers we work with are committed to ensuring there is a strong pipeline to deal with the wide range of cardiovascular issues facing every American. - We offer highly competitive compensation and benefits that include health, dental, and vision insurance; tuition reimbursement; vacation and holiday pay; retirement plan with employer contribution; short-term and long-term disability insurance; and more.   To Apply Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “SCAI – Project Coordinator (Industry Relations) #2021-2630 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Job responsibilities are similar to the following positions: Project Assistant, Coordinator, Industry Affairs, Industry Relations Coordinator, Coordinator, Intern.   Please note: our practice is to not disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.   IND123
Job ID
2021-2630
Job Locations US-DC-Washington
Director of Intervention & Scholar Programming As Director of Intervention & Scholar Programming for IDEA Public Charter School, as a part of the leadership team, you will ensure we thoughtfully create individualized support and transition plans for each of our 316 scholars. We challenge, motivate, and strengthen the intellect of all our students, whether they are pursuing paths to college or the workforce.   IDEA’s student support team is a foundational pillar that aids scholars’ access to special education, clinical services, and cultural reinforcement elements to ensure they are fully supported in all capacities to be successful in their educational journey. Goals for the team include preventing scholars from falling through the cracks; ensuring scholars’ supports are in place and are being monitored; tracking scholar success based on team interventions (data-driven RTI model); and creating and monitoring high-leverage interventions to support at-risk scholars.   In this role, you will monitor data, track progress, celebrate achievements, identify gaps, and intervene to improve our practices. Managing a total team of 14, including three direct reports, you will strategize, analyze, and work alongside your team to implement and guide new strategies and interventions to improve scholar performance, particularly for our marginalized scholar populations. You will ensure that every student has a customized plan for success after high school, leveraging best practices to meet individual needs while maintaining regulatory compliance.   With many scholars attending classes virtually, we are being creative with how to build support avenues and how to keep scholars engaged with learning. You will help us continue that work with our current scholars and our alumni so that we can remain a cornerstone for our community of continuous learners. In addition to rigorous core academics, IDEA offers robust career and technical education pathways including child development, computer science, and construction technology. IDEA scholars participate in a variety of extracurricular activities including beekeeping, cooking, gardening, Model United Nations, National Honor Society, peer mentoring, spoken word, student government, and more.   Responsibilities - Manage and develop systems and structures that directly provide support to IDEA’s marginalized scholar populations (i.e., students with disabilities, 504, ELL, truant/at-risk). - Design and implement high yield RTI interventions that directly support IDEA’s special populations to ensure improvement in academic achievement. - Analyze various scholar data points to ensure effective monitoring and alignment of targeted interventions for in-person and virtual engagement. - Secure grants to increase funding streams for student support programming. - Provide leadership in developing comprehensive program plans as well as implementing and evaluating the planned programs for Tier II and Tier III scholars and interventions. - Implement and support the targeted school goals as they align with PMF measurements. - Assist in the establishment and monitoring of culture goals and objectives for the school. Provide leadership in planning, implementing, and evaluating cultural programs. - Conduct quarterly reviews of IDEA’s specialized programs, support services, and teams to ensure quality control. - Develop cycles of professional development for IDEA’s school community to enhance scholar support. - Stay informed of state and federal laws and procedures for programs for students with special needs and disabilities as well as students in need of intervention. - Direct the development and management of student discipline programs, implementing the Well-Managed Schools   Qualifications - School leadership experience in a high-need, high-performing school, including either a valid SLLA or other leadership certification and/or at least 3 years of administrative leadership preferred. - Five years of teaching experience in a high-need, high-performing school, preferably with evidence of impact on student learning in that setting. - Knowledge of special education laws and policies in Washington, D.C. preferred.   Attributes - Coach. You are an excellent mentor with proven experience coaching and developing staff at all professional levels. You have a naturally collaborative style and understand that it takes combined expertise to create student success. - Data-driven. You have the ability, curiosity, and interest to extract data from a variety of sources to produce meaningful reports. You go beyond simply providing numbers, you suggest how to apply the data to produce the desired results. - Innovative. You manage to find order through ambiguity. You easily shape answers to questions where no template exists and you do whatever it takes to get the job done. You care profoundly about our scholars and are willing to implement creative solutions to ensure all students and staff are well supported for success. - Process-oriented. You enjoy creating and implementing processes and procedures that uphold rigorous standards. You thrive on efficiency, always looking for ways to improve. - Service-focused. You understand that your role is primarily to help your staff meet their goals. You listen carefully to their needs and develop appropriate solutions to help them become more effective, more productive, and more capable.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - It is a different day every day. You will have the chance to really affect the scholars who need it most, who are underserved in many respects. You will take pride seeing the growth and success of the scholars. - We are a growth model school with a school-wide evaluation system and a belief in continuous learning for everyone, a practice in place for both our scholars and our staff. We work as a team to achieve success together. - The school administration works hard to ensure all staff feel appreciated. In a recent survey, teachers reported feeling well-communicated with, cared for, and supported. They expressed satisfaction with the considerations being made for the safety and well-being of scholars and staff during this time of uncertainty. - We have high expectations. Our families rely on us to connect them with community services and we are dedicated to ensuring scholars have all the supports available to succeed. We know we can always do more, and our families deserve our full effort. - Enrollment rates have been steadily on the rise, due to our strong reputation.   To Apply Simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “IDEA Director of Intervention & Scholar Programming – #2021-2608 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Please note: our practice is to not disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Job responsibilities are similar to the following positions: Director of Student Services, Special Education Coordinator, Special Education Compliance and Academic Intervention, Assistant Principal, Administrator for Instruction and Student Support, Director of Special Education   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.    
Job ID
2021-2608
Job Locations US-MD-Olney
Senior Executive Recruiter (work remotely from home)   Staffing Advisors partners with organizations to create diverse, inclusive, high-performing teams by providing search and decision-support service throughout and beyond the hiring process. Our evidence-based interviewing process fairly evaluates candidates, reduces the potential for bias, and leads to long-term employee retention.   As a Senior Executive Recruiter, you will spend the majority of your time interviewing candidates and supporting clients: influencing decision-makers with concrete, logical, data-driven conversations, being transparent about the search performance and metrics, and solving any problems that arise. Our project-based team approach allows you to focus your attention on evaluating candidates and supporting your clients with their hiring decisions. You will be supported by a highly-skilled candidate sourcing team that leverages an array of advanced software tools to identify and contact hundreds of potential candidates within the first few days of each search. You will also be supported by a talented team of colleagues who will help you schedule candidate interviews and produce client deliverables (including market intelligence reports, candidate dashboards, client interview guides, and other decision-support tools).   We help organizations recruit leaders for their most important initiatives. Our clients are “up to something”– making a significant impact on their industry or profession, serving the local community, or advancing issues at the national and international level. Our clients work in a wide range of issue areas from climate change to social justice, from regulatory, policy, and advocacy work to advancing education and improving civic life, from developing medical advances to enhancing patient safety. As a result, our work is interesting, meaningful, and personal – we are supporting people who are truly making a difference.    Working here, you will be joining an experienced team that has successfully completed more than 800 searches for Washington D.C.-based organizations in the past 12 years. You will build long-term trusting relationships with both clients and candidates; we offer an 18-month unconditional guarantee on our placements and we know over 85 percent of them are still hard at work for our clients more than 3 years later. This reputation has earned us tremendous loyalty; the vast majority of our work is with organizations that have chosen to engage us 3 or more times.   Key Competencies and Requirements Consulting / Client Management Experience - Prior experience delivering a professional service in a business-to-business setting, driving successful business outcomes, and working within customer constraints. Experience interviewing candidates at various career levels is strongly preferred. - Ability to build enduring professional relationships based on trust, candor, and full transparency. - A consulting mindset. You need to be able to understand varying motivations and reconcile the needs of various stakeholders and the drivers of organizational behavior. You’ll need flexible thinking to understand and solve an endlessly varying mix of people, process, and business issues. - Ability to understand complex business issues, learning what drives revenue, what creates risk, and what drives organizational behavior and shapes interpersonal dynamics. Knowing the reality of our clients’ work enables us to evaluate how candidates will thrive in their work environments. - Ability to absorb new information quickly, synthesize it, distill it to the most important elements, and communicate it. - Experience working with an existing and proven process, taking ownership of outcomes, and taking initiative, but effective at delegating to and coordinating with colleagues. Knowing when to leverage what already works and when to suggest improvements that might benefit everyone. - Experience providing decision support for others, gathering data, and developing logical arguments and decision frameworks to help other people understand their options. - Ability to read the room, knowing when to talk, when to listen, when to make the case for something, when to hold back, and how to lead the conversation to a productive conclusion.   Budget Experience - An understanding of how return on investment and budget decisions are really made in the C-suite. - Careful stewardship of our resources. We have a sophisticated job costing and project management system to keep all our searches on time and budget with no surprises.   Comfort with Technology - You’ll have a laptop and dual monitors with the latest technology and outstanding tech support. We work with a constantly evolving set of tools for document production collaboration (MS Teams, Google Suite), file sharing, customer relationship management (HubSpot), and applicant tracking (iCIMS).   Accessible to D.C. - Our clients are mostly located in the D.C. metropolitan area. You’ll need a quiet workplace, free from external noise and distraction, and reliable transportation to be able to attend meetings (when we return to in-person meetings), often on just a day or two’s notice, in Maryland, Virginia, and D.C. Attributes - Influential. You are confident, engaging, and persuasive. You possess the stature, confidence, and gravitas that builds credibility and respect internally and externally. You can deliver hard news and speak truth to power. - Forward-thinking. You anticipate future needs and notice changes in the external landscape. You are deft at analyzing the potential advantages and risks of new opportunities. You are willing to challenge the status quo, are comfortable with ambiguity and uncertainty, and know when to gather more information and when to take committed action. - Data-driven and results-focused. You are an active learner, open to new knowledge and ideas. You are naturally curious, unafraid to acknowledge your mistakes and open to new input. You believe in transparency and shared goals. - Active listener. You are adaptable and approachable, with the ability to listen to others and work with them to create viable solutions. You demonstrate respect, kindness, and humility in your words and actions. You are fair and inclusive of all viewpoints. You are open to receiving, and capable of offering, constructive feedback. - Authentic. You are sincere in your communications, impeccable with your word, and consistent with your follow-through. You unfailingly consider the needs of others in your work, ensuring your work supports their goals. You are perceived as an honest broker. - Skilled communicator. Your communication is clear and direct. You easily adjust your message to your audience and have exceptional written, oral, interpersonal, and presentation skills. You add value by making connections between people and ideas, understanding, documenting, distilling, and synthesizing key points. - Collaborative work style. Your work style supports and complements the efforts of others. You listen well and are adept at convening groups, lowering barriers, building consensus, and finding common ground and agreement on the path forward.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - Our clients are often launching important national initiatives in service to others. Our candidates are the current and future leaders of this important work. It is a privilege to be part of their success. You’ll have the satisfaction of helping our candidates find meaningful work and helping our clients build high-performing teams with significant national impact. - You will help our clients with their most complex business issues. You will constantly be learning about how the nature of work is changing in every functional area and how internal and external dynamics impact success; through it all, you will help clients and candidates navigate a wise path forward. You’ll develop real expertise in determining the factors that allow candidates to thrive in different work environments and how people can successfully adapt to constraints and challenges. - We’ve developed a hiring process that enables you to be consistently successful, on every search, regardless of circumstances. You’ll be well supported by colleagues who encourage you to do the best work of your career and proud of the outcomes you help client organizations achieve. - Every day you will be inspired by the professionals who work in Washington D.C.’s most prestigious and elite organizations and you will interact with clients and candidates who are at the very pinnacle of their careers. - You will enjoy a remarkable quality of life – rarely sitting in traffic, usually making your own schedule, and primarily working from home, traveling to client sites in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area only 3 or 4 times per month, with only the occasional need to work nights or on weekends. Overnight travel is not required.   To Apply Simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “SA - Senior Executive Recruiter #2021-2626” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Please note: our practice is to not disclose salary ranges we would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.      
Job ID
2021-2626
Job Locations US-DC-Washington, DC
Lead Teacher - Infant and Toddler - Educare DC   Educare DC has been awarded a new grant through the Office of Head Start to provide high-quality education and support services for young children in the District of Columbia. We are hiring multiple Lead Teachers and Assistant Teachers to work with infants and toddlers in 10 new classrooms in Ward 7.  We are hiring immediately and may be able to offer flexible start dates.    As a Lead Teacher, you will guide an Assistant Teacher and Aide to create a safe and structured learning environment within our comprehensive play-based program. You will help our children gain the skills necessary for success in school and life while you grow professionally as part of a team of dedicated early childhood educators. The work done through this grant will strengthen Educare DC’s contribution to making the District of Columbia a place where young children can grow, thrive, and prepare for success in school and in life.   This new program joins our flagship school and our child care partnership (CCP) program, increasing Educare DC’s capacity to now serve a total of 424 children from prenatal through age 5 years. This grant will allow Educare DC to provide an array of services, including high-quality early learning, health and wellness, and early intervention and family support services, to children during this important period of development.   Our school is part of the Educare Learning Network (ELN), made up of 24 high-quality early childhood schools across the country. Our school’s model emphasizes data utilization, high-quality teaching practices, embedded professional development, and intensive family engagement. Each classroom has three teachers and is supported by an instructional coach as well as our health and family engagement teams.   At Educare, we believe everyone deserves a fair chance to achieve their dreams and it starts by leveling the playing field from birth. Our approach extends beyond the classroom to help children, families, and communities thrive.   Responsibilities of the Lead Teacher - Infant and Toddler - Display an appropriate knowledge of early childhood education and pedagogy. - Effectively provide young children with a safe and structured learning environment. - Display skills and traits that are a good fit with the mission of Educare. - Problem-solve and analyze situations thoroughly; generate effective strategies with a team. - Utilize data to achieve student learning and other goals. - Maintain responsibility for reaching outcomes despite obstacles. - Display professionalism by showing respect to children, parents, and colleagues in all situations. - Communicate effectively both orally and in writing. - Reflect on previous experiences, drawing lessons learned and applying them to future endeavors.    Qualifications of the Lead Teacher - Infant and Toddler - Bachelor's degree in early childhood education (preferred) or in a related field with a minimum of three years teaching experience in an early childhood setting. - Knowledge and experience in the philosophy and practices of early childhood education, developmentally appropriate practice, and emergent literacy and social-emotional development. - Experience collaborating with parents in the education and care of their children. - Knowledge of early childhood curriculum and developmentally appropriate practice for the age group (0-3 years). - Knowledge of Early Head Start Performance Standards. - Must have an advanced command of English language and grammar, both verbal and written.   Attributes of the Lead Teacher - Infant and Toddler - Collaborative. You exercise a thoughtful, reflective, and strength-based approach to teaching. - Cooperative. You work as a cooperative and supportive member of an interdisciplinary team. - Relationship builder. You listen, communicate, and build relationships with diverse families, various professionals, and community groups. - Resilient. You maintain a respectful, welcoming, and positive attitude and respond to challenges in a manner that consistently demonstrates respect and concern. - Great listener. 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. - Confidential. You exercise discretion in handling confidential information and materials.   What’s Attractive to the Right Lead Teacher - Infant and Toddler? - You will join a strong team that is passionate about our children and values each person’s unique contributions. - You will provide high-quality and individualized early learning to the children who need it most. - You will learn and grow through personalized coaching and mentorship to excel in the classroom. - You will teach in our state-of-the-art facility that was custom built for young children. - You will have the data you need to know you're making a difference and your work will elevate the work of the entire organization you support. - You will be supported by recognized experts in their field and you’ll have the resources you need to provide the level of service every student needs to succeed. - Our staff is passionate about the work we do and the people we serve. - Every day brings a new challenge and opportunity. - As part of this exciting new grant, you will help us build the program and influence the lives of 160 children and their families. - We have a strong, dependable, passionate, and welcoming staff and we work together to accomplish our mission. - We offer a competitive salary and benefits package which includes medical, dental and vision insurance; long-term and short-term disability; 403b with company match; fixed leave during school closings plus personal days, holidays, and more.   To Apply for the Lead Teacher position: Use the “Apply” button on this page, or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “Educare - Lead Teacher - Infant and Toddler #2020-2570 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Job responsibilities are similar to the following positions:  Master teacher, Early Head Start coach, early childhood development, infant and toddler, PITC Trainer, lead preschool teacher, infant teacher, toddler teacher, and preschool teacher.   Salary range is $49K - $57K and is commensurate with experience.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.        
Job ID
2020-2570
Job Locations US-MD-Silver Spring
Controller   As Controller for our $5 million 501(c)(3) nonprofit, you will serve on our leadership team and lead all aspects of financial operations – including weekly and monthly reporting, cash management, annual budgeting, banking relationships, accounts payable and receivable, and payroll—as well as office administration, human resources, and information technology.   At any one time, we have up to 20 new construction and 100 repair projects underway– including homeowner selection, site development, building of townhome and single-family homes for lower-income families, rehabilitation of vacant properties, repair, and weatherization of homes for older adults and veterans who want to age in place.Our two ReStore® retail locations contribute over $2 million in revenue and our robust fundraising initiatives (including a current capital campaign), government grants, and foundation grants generate another $2-3 million each year. To support our operations, we have banking relationships with seven financial institutions that offer us lines of credit and construction loans and service our mortgages, which we offer to homeowners at no interest, 1% down.Your ability to thoughtfully manage all these financials will enable us to empower more working families with healthy and affordable homeownership.   At Habitat for Humanity Metro Maryland (HFHMM), we are committed to creating affordable homeownership opportunitiesfor low-income residents in Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties. This is a complex and interesting operation, but you are not alone – you will be supported by an Office & HR Administrator and finance-savvy volunteers who assist with bookkeeping and other functions. Reporting to the President & CEO, you will be trusted to exercise discretion and independent judgment in stewarding the organization’s resources as we determine priorities for future projects in the community and upgrade our internal capabilities with a new accounting system. There has never been a better time to join HFHMM; our ReStore® locations are thriving and we are on track to exceed our fundraising goals for this fiscal year.   Since 1982, Habitat for Humanity Metro Maryland has been helping low-income families build strength, stability, and self-reliance through shelter. HFHMM works with individuals, institutions, 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. We believe that good, stable housing matters for neighborhoods, and better quality of living leads to stronger citizens and families. Habitat for Humanity is about changing lives, one home at a time.   Responsibilities As Controller, your financial responsibilities will include: - Record and maintain all financial information into the general ledger. - Prepare monthly financial statements and provide analysis of financial information for the board Treasurer and senior management team. - Direct all cash management activities including setting up bank accounts, transferring funds between accounts, and providing cash flow reports to the President & CEO. - Manage all tax payments, including reports for federal, state, and payroll. - Maintain Habitat homeowners’ insurance payments and policy renewals. - Prepare and facilitate the annual budget process; monitor all expenses to ensure adherence to budgets. - Develop construction budgets for banks and lending institutions, maintain relationships, and meet with representatives concerning loans. - Provide the Treasurer with information and support for the Finance Committee. - Prepare bank reconciliations for the Treasurer’s review. - Provide financial information for the annual audit. - Oversee cash management for the ReStores. - Oversee healthcare, short- and long-term disability benefits, and the 401k program. - Assure that internal financial controls and segregation of duties are appropriate and signature levels are adhered to. As a member of the leadership team, you will oversee: - Finance: reporting, cash management reports, annual budgets, annual audits, etc. - Human resources: payroll, benefits administration, employee relations, etc. - Information technology: phone systems, equipment, etc. - Administration: manage contracts; conduct annual performance reviews for direct reports; etc.   Required Qualifications - At least five years of experience in accounting or finance for a nonprofit organization. Knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. - Experience creating budgets and financial reports, and managing cash flow and payroll. - Experience working with independent auditors and banks. - Proficiency with accounting software including QuickBooks and Sage Intacct, as well as Microsoft Office Suite (specifically skilled with Excel spreadsheets). Preferred Experience - Knowledge of construction financing and/or New Market Tax Credits. - Experience managing restricted funding sources and/or grants. - Certified Public Accountant (CPA). - Experience managing human resources and information technology.   Attributes - Adept communicator. You have excellent written and oral communication and are known for translating data into material that is interesting and useful for stakeholders. You deliver critical and complex information in a credible and presentable way. - Analytical. You like to analyze data and establish plans, then execute them to enhance productivity. - Collaborative leader. You are sensitive to the needs of others while being realistic about what needs to and can be accomplished. You are known for leadership, poise, tact, and diplomacy. - 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. - Mission-driven. You are passionate about the organization’s mission and vision. You get what matters to the communities and donors we serve. You understand the importance of your role and can easily translate our vision into community impact. - Strategic. 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. - Problem solver. You multitask and oversee multiple projects, recognizing and shifting priorities, then delegating and allocating resources wisely to both the urgent and the important.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - We have a history of clean audits and stable financials. - We are passionate about our mission to save lives through empowering homeowners and communities previously living in substandard conditions. - Your professional growth will be catapulted to the next level as you learn all aspects of operations and serve as an integral member of our leadership team. - We offer a competitive salary and benefits package that includes medical, dental, and vision insurance; long-term and short-term disability; 401k; paid leave and sick time. - Aside from attending evening Board of Directors and Finance Committee meetings, you can predictably achieve your goals by working a full-time schedule during normal business hours.   To Apply Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Karin Carter at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “HFHMM - Controller #2021-2617 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Job responsibilities are similar to the following positions:Accounting Manager, Assistant Controller, Director of Finance, Senior Staff Accountant   Please note: Our practice is to not disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening including a criminal background check, drug test, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.  
Job ID
2021-2617
Job Locations US-MD-College Park
Federation Engagement Officer At the American Institute of Physics (AIP), we believe in the power of the physical sciences to shape a better world. To that end, we have embarked on a new Strategic Framework for 2020-2025 to benefit humanity by advancing, promoting, and serving the physical sciences.   In this newly created position as Federation Engagement Officer, you will build a new department focused on delivering on the first goal of our Strategic Framework: to be a vibrant federation that advances the success of our Member Societies. Reporting to the Deputy Executive Officer (DEO), you will have access to AIP leaders and visibility with stakeholders across the whole physical sciences enterprise as you deliver on our top strategic priority. You will be a catalyst for innovation, helping define the future of physical sciences. We provide the means for Member Societies to pool, coordinate, and leverage their diverse expertise and contributions in pursuit of the shared goal of advancing the physical sciences in the research enterprise, the economy, education, and society. Through partnering with us, our Member Societies broaden their impact and achieve results beyond their individual missions and mandates.   You will empower our Member Societies to better serve their 116,000 members through open dialogue with staff and volunteer leadership to identify areas where we can align AIP resources to support our Member Societies’ strategic goals using AIP’s unique capabilities to complement the outstanding work already being done. You will conduct horizon scanning to understand current and future needs of the Member Societies, assessing both challenges and opportunities, and connect Member Societies to affiliated societies and other relevant organizations, extending our reach to partners with whom we share an aligned mission. Obvious initiatives of interest to our Member Societies already include advocating for diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility in the physical sciences, government relations, the future of scientific meetings and publishing, and many other areas yet to be explored.   You will know you have been successful when AIP is recognized as a productive and collaborative partner advancing the success of our Member Societies. Our Member Societies trust that we understand their strategic directions and goals, and their individual members and leaders look to AIP as a partner and advisor in their efforts to develop and pursue strategic and tactical initiatives of importance to their communities. Member Societies seek to partner with each other in AIP-convened forums focused on topics of shared interest. AIP is nimble, adaptable, and responsive to Member Society needs, offering a suite of member-only resources and services to advance their success individually and collectively.   Organization Overview The American Institute of Physics is a 501(c)(3) membership corporation of scientific societies. Our mission is to advance, promote and serve the physical sciences for the benefit of humanity. AIP operates as a center of excellence using policy analysis, social science, and historical research to promote future progress in the physical sciences. We are also a federation, advancing the success of our 10 Member Societies. Over the past 400 years, the physical sciences have evolved as a powerful predictive model of our world, enabling stunning technological achievements, and enriching our understanding of the Universe and our place in it. For nearly a century, we have worked to advance, promote, and serve the physical sciences. Following the formation and successful spinoff in 2013 of AIP Publishing, and as we head toward our centenary in 2031, we have adopted a Strategic Framework to guide our operations and evolution for 2020-2025. Essential Duties and Job Responsibilities - Build relationships: Serve as the primary point of contact for Member Societies’ staff and volunteer leaders. Build relationships across the AIP team, with federation stakeholders, affiliate societies, and other partner organizations. Understand the priorities of AIP Member Societies and identify partnership opportunities. Develop annual partnership statements that reflect these new developments. - Identify needs: Assist each Member Society in researching and analyzing issues related to the evolving trajectory, needs, and desires of its membership community. Apply market intelligence, best practices, and research on the physical sciences enterprise to develop and implement innovative strategies to achieve AIP’s vision for our federation. - Launch initiatives: Identify, develop, and execute collaborative initiatives, programs, and projects that capitalize on synergies of AIP and Member Societies to advance the collective impact of the federation and the physical sciences – including topics or thrusts where the Member Societies can work together or in which AIP can build out programmatic efforts. Create innovative approaches and practices to assist Member Societies with matters including society management, enterprise risk management, program sustainability and capacity, and strategic planning. Work internally across AIP, with the DEO, to align resources to support Member Societies’ priorities, programs, initiatives, meetings, and events.  - Convene forums: Facilitate federation activities that enable and promote information exchange, networking, and group learning. Develop innovative mechanisms to build and sustain collaborative relationships among the Member Societies and, where relevant, with other organizations, on topics identified by AIP and Member Societies. Manage Liaison Committees, Assembly of Society Officers, and ad-hoc committees or task forces convened to address Member Societies’ priority topics. Identify and document important concerns or opportunities discussed that could benefit from further research.   Required Skills and Experience - Bachelor’s degree required; master’s degree preferred. Degree(s) in the physical sciences would be a plus. - A minimum of ten years of experience in a membership-based association, organization, or science-related corporation - preferably one with institutional members. - A minimum of 5 years of experience in a customer-facing and leadership role. - Expertise in business and/or new program development, including prior supervisory and budgeting experience. - Success in strategy development and execution. Experience communicating the vision and value of an organizational brand to stakeholders and potential partners. - Success growing relationships in a membership or diverse stakeholder enterprise. - Demonstrated experience working with cross-functional teams and facilitating work in a horizontally integrated function. - Ability to travel to visit Member Societies and stakeholders and attend industry events.   Attributes - Autonomous. You manage multiple projects with competing priorities and exercise sound judgment. - Builder. 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. - Comfortable with change. You understand that what we need today may be different than what we need tomorrow. You are flexible to shift gears. - Connector. You understand how organizations work, where to build relationships, and how to get results through other people. - Diplomatic. You find common ground with people, manage a smooth process, and build consensus for workable solutions. - Perceptive. You see opportunities and emerging trends, and you are knowledgeable about the unique needs and goals specific to member-driven, nonprofit organizations. - Relationship builder. You share your insights, seek out other opinions, and listen to the needs and concerns of others. You build trust and buy-in and dedicate time to building successful and effective relationships. - Service-oriented. You understand that helping members meet their organizational goals is critical to success. You listen and identify the best solution and service for them.   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - Using the Strategic Framework as your guide, you will have significant autonomy to determine your priorities and goals. - In this highly collaborative role, you will drive impact through the development of alliances and the cultivation of new relationships across the physical sciences. - You will be in a high visibility role, working with the leadership of AIP and senior leaders of our Member Societies. - Your colleagues are welcoming, gracious, and eager to help each other succeed. - We are stable and financially sound with our eye to the future. - We offer a robust benefits package that includes 25 days of PTO, medical/dental/vision plans, a 10 percent retirement contribution, tuition assistance, and more.   To Apply Use the "Apply" button on this page or simply email your resume to Bob Corlett at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “AIP – Federation Engagement Officer #2021-2615 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Job responsibilities are similar to the following positions:Constituent, Member Relations Manager, Member Engagement Manager, Component Relations Professionals, Director of External Partnerships, Affliates Engagement Lead     Please note: our practice is to not disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.    
Job ID
2021-2615
Job Locations US-VA-Reston
Director of Business Development - Remote American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine (ACRM), founded in 1923, is a multimillion-dollar international professional association and global community of both researchers and consumers of research in the field of rehabilitation. As the Director of Business Development, you will reach out to current as well as potential sponsors to understand their needs and to craft winning partnerships that deliver real, sustained value to both sponsor and ACRM alike. We have strong relationships with major organizations and key decision-makers in the diverse field of physical medicine and rehabilitation research.  We will rely on your help to strengthen those relationships while developing new ones. In this role, you will report to the Chief Executive Officer and be supported by two staff members and our advertising vendor.   Anyone who is involved in rehabilitation research has a product or service they want to market to our members and stakeholders. Leveraging our prospectus and advertising programs, you will build upon our success with our current sponsors and exhibitors by strengthening those relationships while attracting new clients. In our current system, everything we sell is a la carte. As our new Director of Business Development, you will develop and implement key account management strategies, catering to small, midsize, and large accounts, building programs and packages that align with their ROI. Our marketing reach has increased to 500,000+ prospects and other stakeholders, up from 86,000 last year, and we anticipate that you will sell between $300-400K per year.   As rehabilitation science evolves, and as the world continues to adjust to the disruptions caused by the pandemic, ACRM’s goal is to keep the community connected by creating opportunities to exchange and share information beyond the traditional environment of meetings and conferences. Because of our value, our membership has been growing exponentially (300 percent year-over-year). Dedicated volunteers working within ACRM community groups are a driving force in advancing our mission. Each Interdisciplinary Special Interest and Networking Group is a unique community where like-minded, specialized healthcare and research colleagues can network and collaborate to improve the lives of people living with disabling conditions.   It usually takes 30 years for research to make it into practice – yet empowered consumers demand results now – so clinicians come to us for the latest research and content about the treatment options their patients are requesting. Our institutional members benefit greatly from our members’ cutting-edge research and join ACRM to attend our conferences, receive our journals, and increasingly participate in our webinars, newsletters, and a variety of projects. Sponsors and exhibitors know they will reach influencers and decision-makers in top rehabilitation hospitals, academic medical centers, government agencies, and outpatient clinics around the world when they partner with us.   Responsibilities - Sell and manage sponsorship opportunities, create and develop collateral sales material, and develop and implement an overall 365/24/7 sales and marketing strategy not only for all meetings, conferences, and exhibitions but throughout the year. - Maintain current ACRM exhibitors and sponsors while also securing new exhibitors and sponsors for all ACRM meetings, conferences, and expositions. In lieu of conference and meeting opportunities, pivot our clients to numerous other offerings to help them reach our members while increasing their ROI. - Oversee the exhibit booth sales revenue for all meetings, conferences, and exhibitions. - Oversee the selling of institutional memberships and prospecting for institutional members. - Work with our journals advertising vendor to develop and implement a marketing plan to promote all advertising opportunities for our scholarly publications. - Generate detailed sales reports. Ensure revenue goals are appropriately set and measures are in place to track progress to reach quarterly, monthly, and annual targets. - Oversee the invoicing of sponsors and collection and generation of sales reports. - Be the staff liaison to all sponsors and exhibitors and foster a positive working relationship and atmosphere. - Ensure all details are completed for processing of sales, including customer correspondence, updates to the database, and/or other administrivia. - Once it is safe to travel, this will not be a behind-the-desk job. You will travel up to 25 percent a year attending conferences and tradeshows.   Qualifications - Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field. Master of Business Administration or Marketing preferred. - 5 years of experience in association or corporate membership/customer engagement management. Experience in a membership-driven trade or professional association or national nonprofit organization is preferred. - Expertise in developing and selling new strategic partnerships at the $50-100K level. - Skill in managing a $100K to $500K portfolio of clients or sponsors.   - The ability to develop and implement a new sales channel. - Proven negotiation skills. - Experience managing a budget. - Understanding of how to create year-round sponsor recognition programs. - Experience selling booths and sponsorships for trade shows and advertising for a monthly magazine.   Attributes - Entrepreneurial. Smart and creative, you intuitively recognize opportunities and act. - Supreme relationship builder. You have a proven track record of getting results by building strong relationships and partnerships. You listen to and respect the views of others. - Results-oriented, self-motivated, and exceeds expectations. You have a hunger and passion to succeed, driven by a need to deliver exceptional results. - Strong business acumen. You see opportunities and emerging trends, and you are knowledgeable about the operations, unique needs, and goals specific to member-driven, not-for-profit organizations. - Great communicator. You understand the importance of tone and how to communicate clearly, whether in email, over the phone, or face-to-face. Your written and oral presentation skills are excellent. - Scrupulous, ethical, and honest. You are beyond reproach in business dealings and sincere in maintaining stakeholders’ trust and confidence. - Service-driven. You are self-confident and assertive, approachable and responsive. You understand the mission, needs, and direction of the organization.    What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate?  - You will have realistic goals and the tools, team, and budget to achieve them. - You will have a compensation plan that handsomely rewards your success. - This newly created position allows you to capitalize on a very strong foundation while creating something entirely new. You are not following someone else’s footsteps but blazing an entirely new path.   To Apply Simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “ACRM – Director of Business Development #2021-2607 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Please note: our practice is to not disclose the salary ranges our clients would consider. Any salary information included in this posting was estimated without our input.   Job responsibilities are similar to the following positions: Director of Sales, Director of Sponsorships and Exhibits, Director of Strategic Sales, Director of Corporate Partnerships, Director of Industry Relations, Director of Marketing and Development   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.      
Job ID
2021-2607
Telecommute
Yes
Job Locations US-DC-Washington, DC
Assistant Teacher - Infant and Toddler - Educare DC   Educare DC has been awarded a new grant through the Office of Head Start to provide high-quality education and support services for young children in the District of Columbia. We are hiring multiple Assistant Teachers to work with infants and toddlers in 10 new classrooms in Ward 7.  We are hiring immediately and may be able to offer flexible start dates.    As an Assistant Teacher, you will work together with the lead teacher to create a safe and structured learning environment within our comprehensive play-based program. You will help our children gain the skills necessary for success in school and life while you grow professionally as part of a team of dedicated early childhood educators. The work done through this grant will strengthen Educare DC’s contribution to making the District of Columbia a place where young children can grow, thrive, and prepare for success in school and in life.   This new program joins our flagship school and our child care partnership (CCP) program, increasing Educare DC’s capacity to now serve a total of 424 children from prenatal through age 5 years. This grant will allow Educare DC to provide an array of services, including high-quality early learning, health and wellness, and early intervention and family support services, to children during this important period of development.   Our school is part of the Educare Learning Network (ELN), made up of 24 high-quality early childhood schools across the country. Our school’s model emphasizes data utilization, high-quality teaching practices, embedded professional development, and intensive family engagement. Each classroom has three teachers and is supported by an instructional coach as well as our health and family engagement teams.   At Educare, we believe everyone deserves a fair chance to achieve their dreams and it starts by leveling the playing field from birth. Our approach extends beyond the classroom to help children, families, and communities thrive.   Responsibilities of the Assistant Teacher - Infant and Toddler - Display an appropriate knowledge of early childhood education and pedagogy. - Effectively support the lead teacher in providing young children with a safe and structured learning environment. - Display skills and traits that are a good fit with the mission of Educare. - Problem-solve and analyze situations thoroughly; generate effective strategies with a team. - Utilize data to achieve student learning and other goals. - Share responsibility for reaching outcomes despite obstacles. - Display professionalism by showing respect to children, parents, and colleagues in all situations. - Communicate effectively both orally and in writing. - Reflect on previous experiences, drawing lessons learned and applying them to future endeavors.    Qualifications of the Assistant Teacher - Infant and Toddler - Associate’s degree in early childhood education (preferred) or in a related field with a minimum of 18 credits in early childhood education or child development. - One year of experience. - Experience collaborating with parents in the education and care of their children. - Knowledge of early childhood curriculum and developmentally appropriate practice for the age group (0-3 years). - Knowledge of Early Head Start Performance Standards. - Must have an advanced command of English language and grammar, both verbal and written. - Ability and willingness to work in a program located in a high-risk, low-income community.   Attributes of the Assistant Teacher - Infant and Toddler - Collaborative. You exercise a thoughtful, reflective, and strength-based approach to teaching. - Cooperative. You work as a cooperative and supportive member of an interdisciplinary team. - Relationship building. You listen, communicate, and build relationships with diverse families, various professionals, and community groups. - Resilient. You maintain a respectful, welcoming, and positive attitude and respond to challenges in a manner that consistently demonstrates respect and concern. - Great listener. 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. - Confidential. You exercise discretion in handling confidential information and materials.   What’s Attractive to the Right Assistant Teacher - Infant and Toddler? - You will join a strong team that is passionate about our children and values each person’s unique contributions. - You will provide high-quality and individualized early learning to the children who need it most. - You will learn and grow through personalized coaching and mentorship to excel in the classroom. - You will teach in our state-of-the-art facility that was custom built for young children. - You will have the data you need to know you're making a difference and your work will elevate the work of the entire organization you support. - You will be supported by recognized experts in their field and you’ll have the resources you need to provide the level of service every student needs to succeed. - Our staff is passionate about the work we do and the people we serve. - Every day brings a new challenge and opportunity. - As part of this exciting new grant, you will help us build the program and influence the lives of 160 children and their families. - We have a strong, dependable, passionate, and welcoming staff and we work together to accomplish our mission. - We offer a competitive salary and benefits package which includes medical, dental and vision insurance; long-term and short-term disability; 403b with company match; fixed leave during school closings plus personal days, holidays, and more.   To Apply for the Assistant Teacher - Early Childhood Education position: Use the “Apply” button on this page, or simply email your resume to Aileen Hedden at resumes@staffingadvisors.com with “Educare - Assistant Teacher #2020-2573 SA” as the subject of the email. Please include your resume as a Word or PDF attachment to the email and paste your cover letter in the body of your email.   Job responsibilities are similar to the following positions: Preschool assistant, preschool aide, infant and toddler assistant, infant and toddler aide, infant teacher, toddler teacher, and preschool teacher.   Salary range is $39K - $44K and is commensurate with experience.   Staffing Advisors is committed to reducing bias in every aspect of the hiring process. We have long recommended an evidence-based approach to hiring. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history. You can learn more about our actions on our blog.      IND123  
Job ID
2020-2573
Job Locations US-VA-Falls Church
  HR Consultant (Part-time W-2 Basis) – Washington DC   Position TPO HR Consultants work in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area with a portfolio of clients. As a consultant, you will provide a combination of HR strategy management and core HR operations. You will be onsite with each client at least once a week (in accordance with public health recommendations) as well as providing support from your home office as needed. Consulting for TPO means no two days are the same. Our clients have different needs and priorities, so your flexible approach and strong business acumen will allow you to thrive in different environments.   Day to day, you will be the critical link between HR plans, programs, activities, and internal stakeholders. You design and implement all HR programs and ensure compliance. You are at the heart of client engagements and you build rapport with executives, managers, and staff to effectively lead the client’s HR function.   Organization TPO believes passionately that every organization, no matter the size, deserves to benefit from great HR. Offering a full range of strategic consulting, outsourcing, interim, and on-call HR services, our consultants and data-driven tools empower clients to achieve extraordinary results through their people.   TPO’s clients are supported through the entire HR experience by our carefully chosen team. Our approach is to find the best and brightest HR professionals and provide them with the resources and infrastructure required to perform at the highest level. We work to develop an intimate understanding of the business objectives of our clients, and by doing this, we consistently deliver high-quality, service-enhancing solutions to our clients.   Qualifications - Must reside in the D.C. metro area and be available to go onsite to clients in D.C., Maryland, and Virginia as needed. - At least 12 years of experience in human resources. - Comfortable with presenting stand-up training to groups. - Comfortable with accountability for results in all HR areas, including workforce planning, employee communications and culture, professional development including mentoring and coaching, organizational development, employee relations, performance management, compliance, compensation, benefits, and measuring the impact of HR initiatives on business results. - Demonstrated business acumen including experience reporting to or working directly with a chief executive. - Comfortable using standard IT tools and learning new technologies. - Prior consulting experience preferred. - Bachelor’s degree (experience will be considered as well).   Attributes - Analytical and strategic. Adept at identifying and framing problems, setting priorities, and making critical assessments. - Change management expertise.Proven ability to bring about change and manage processes. - Diplomatic and persuasive.Willing to listen and articulate a clear vision. A model of tact and discretion. - Intellectually curious.Eager to understand the unique culture that exists in the organizations you serve. Aware of best practices of other organizations and external market conditions. - Service oriented, accountable, and creative.Proven ability to understand the needs of an organization, identify creative solutions, and own your recommendations. Committed to providing the highest level of service. - Approachable, flexible, and responsive. Able to confidently engage with staff at all levels to define needs and expectations, collaborate on projects, and communicate results. - Self-confident and relationship-driven.Ability to develop strong and trusted relationships with clients. Must demonstrate excellent judgment and know “where to draw the line.”   What’s Attractive to the Right Candidate? - We recognize the importance of flexibility and understand that not everyone wants or needs a full-time commitment. Working part-time for TPO, you will have flexibility to arrange work schedules that meet both client and personal needs. - Your work will be challenging and critical to the success of the organizations you support. - Our environment is one of highly dedicated professionals who are engaged in making a difference in all that we do. - TPO offers a great opportunity for senior level HR professionals to perform HR consulting without the distraction of running an independent business. - TPO provides a collegial team environment and continuous professional development.     To Apply Send resume to hrjobs@tpo-inc.com   All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other basis protected by law. This position may require pre-employment screening potentially including a criminal background check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certifications, and/or verification of work history.        
Job ID
2021-2611