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  • Deputy Director of Renewables and Reliability

    Chief Executive Assignment (CEA) - California Energy Commission Salary: $9,471 - $16,821.00 (NEW higher rate!) per month plus pension plan We are seeking a Deputy Director (C.E.A.) in our Reliability, Renewable Energy & Decarbonization Incentives (RREDI) Division who will be assisting the Director in all aspects of the division's deliverables. We're looking for someone with emphasis in principal policy-making authority in the promotion of renewable energy and reliability activities advancing the deployment of renewable energy, grid resilience and reliability, and equity in transitioning to a clean energy economy. The Deputy Director supports all aspects of the division's roles and responsibilities including working with and directing division staff and engaging with internal and external stakeholders. Desirable Qualifications: Experience effectively managing an interdisciplinary staff. Knowledge of and experience in managing the design and implementation of electricity and natural gas demand analysis and forecasting, energy data collection and management activities, and state planning efforts. Demonstrated ability to effectively liaise with top-level managers, private and public sector representatives, the Legislature, Governor's Office, and state, federal, tribal, and local governmental agencies. Demonstrated ability to proactively coordinate programmatic activities with other state agencies with similar goals and mandates. Demonstrated ability to contribute to the development and implementation of directorate-level strategic planning and agency administrative policies and procedures. Excellent oral and written communication skills and an ability to ensure Commission program products are of high quality. Knowledge of technical and policy matters pertaining to renewable energy and climate change. Apply today! SOQ Official Application/Exam Instructions - Please visit the CalCareers posting: Final Filing Deadline : 6/13/2023 Additional Info and Contact Info: Applicants must also officially apply to JC: 357589 Hybrid/Remote position-California based. Accepted candidates must reside in CA Please contact me for assistance,
    $9.5k-16.8k monthly3d ago
  • Deputy Director - GH PEARL

    ICF is seeking candidates for the role of Deputy Director for an anticipated United States Agency for International Development (USAID) global health monitoring, evaluation, research, and learning (MERL) project. The Deputy Director is responsible for providing operations and management leadership along with MERL technical expertise. The position will be based in Rockville, MD but may involve frequent international travel. #GH001 ICF offers an excellent benefits package, an award-winning talent development program, and fosters a highly skilled, energized and empowered workforce. ICF is a global advisory and technology services pr
    $107k-150k yearly est.9h ago
  • Vice President and Deputy Chief of Staff, Office of Chief Legal Officer (Remote)

    Reporting to the Senior Vice President and Chief of Staff, the Vice President and Deputy Chief of Staff is responsible for centrally overseeing a wide variety of operational functions and activities for OCLO and leading the development and execution of centralized support across OCLO.
    $290k-320k yearly12d ago
  • Deputy Director of Operations

    Job DescriptionPosition Title: Operations Manager Reports To: Company President Clearance Type: Current Top Secret Work Location: Alexandria, VA/Remote Job Description: Advantage SCI, LLC, a growing defense contracting business in existence for over 20 years, is seeking an experienced Defense Contracting Operations Manager that will rely on extensive contract operations management experience and judgement to execute the vision and strategy of the company. Able to meet the goals and objectives of the business. The business' primary market focus is Security, Intelligence, and logistics. Key customers include DoD, DHS, and the Intelligence Community. Individual will manage overall operations and is responsible for the effective and successful management of labor, productivity, quality control, and safety. Summary of duties include: * Administer and monitor company departments and programs such that cost, quality, plan, time, and benefits realization are controlled and achieved, through ensuring all adhere to the timelines and the team is connected to meet the ultimate goal. * Contribute operations information and recommendations to strategic plans and reviews; prepare and complete action plans; implement productivity, quality, and customer-service standards; resolve problems; identify trends * Responsible for all department managers and supervisors, with review/approval responsibility for all operations employees * Provide and enable project prioritization, management information, financial reporting, resource planning, decision making, and recruitment. * Serve as primary point of contact for customer issues related to quality of services, customer service, safety mishaps or union grievances. * Establish and maintain strategic business relationships with federal and DoD customers and teaming partners in order to achieve corporate objectives and goals. * Communicate customer issues with management team and devise ways of improving including resolving problems and complaints * Establish and maintain communications and relationships with existing customers and potential customers * Sets up and runs video conference calls for Senior Management * Strengthen team's effectiveness by training, coaching, and creating an environment that inspires everyone to take personal ownership for achieving business goals * Serve as a company representative on regulatory issues * Organize and run weekly management meetings * Oversee all contracts and provide guidance to Project and Program Managers to ensure success * Contribute operations information and recommendations to strategic plans and reviews; prepare and complete action plans; implement productivity, quality, and customer-service standards; resolve problems; identify trends * Plan, assign and direct work of other corporate staff as needed Additional Duties may include: * Analyze new business opportunities; provide recommendations * Write proposal sections as required and assist in managing proposal development and reviews * Review RFPs, RFIs, Sources Sought and provide input for a go/no go decision * Serve as liaison with teaming partners Qualifications: * Must have at least a completed bachelor's degree in business or similar area of study * Must have 8+ years of progressive management experience in mid to large defense contracting companies that includes services to government or DoD * Must have 5+ years of Defense Contracting Project/Program Management experience * Demonstrated success of understanding of government contracts and direct experience working with government customers Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: * Must be well organized with a high stress tolerance * Highly proficient IT skills using MS Office (Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, Project Management) * Excellent written/verbal communication skills * Diplomatic ability to influence others at all levels of the business and strong negotiation skills * Clear working knowledge and understanding of contracting and Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR), program and corporate finance, invoicing and human resources * Familiarity working with federal agencies to include DoD/Intelligence Community * Excellent interpersonal, communications, and customer service skills * Handle difficult personnel situations directly with discretion and respect * Strong analytical and relationship building skills Strongly Desired * Background in government or DOD security, intelligence, or logistics services * Military background * PMI certification Working Conditions: * Able to sit and work at a computer keyboard for extended periods of time * Able to stoop, kneel, bend at the waist and reach on a daily basis * Able to walk and be on feet for extended periods of time up to one hour * Able to lift up to 25 pounds and carry for 100+ feet occasionally * Noise level - quiet to moderate This position can be stressful, since it entails a wide range of duties and responsibilities. This individual will often have to work with tight deadlines and will be h
    $103k-154k yearly est.29d ago
  • Space Network - Chief Staff Engineer (Remote)

    SSAI has a long history at NASA GSFC as a leading provider of science and engineering services throughout all phases of the program life cycle and across the entire space systems architecture, including space and ground assets.
    $119k-167k yearly est.18d ago
  • Front Office Support to Gov't Chief-of-Staff

    Overview SAIC is a premier Fortune 500 technology integrator driving our nation's technology transformation. * Provide support for Program Office Chief of Staff (CoS) activities to include: planning & execution of Program Management Reviews (PMRs); production and staffing of the Weekly Activity Report (WAR); maintaining the New Employee Handbook
    $126k-182k yearly est.26d ago
  • Manager, Chief of Staff

    Capital One offers a comprehensive, competitive, and inclusive set of health, financial and other benefits that support your total well-being. Capital One promotes a drug-free workplace. The Chief of Staff team for our Associate Experience Technology (AXT) division provides support for our ~700 Technology associates. The AXT team enables all ~50,000 Capital One associates by delivering innovative technologies and customer-backed solutions. Our Chief of Staff team partners across AXT teams and our executive leadership team, as well as internal partners such as Communications, HR, Finance, Workplace Solutions, Enterprise Supplier Management, to enable our collective organizational goals and enable our team of Tech associates.
    $115k-159k yearly est.Easy Apply4d ago
  • Chief of Staff

    Job DescriptionAre you up for the challenge of becoming MDC's first Chief of Staff? The Chief of Staff will facilitate the organizational and communication framework for executives, employees, and leadership team members to adopt the organization's mission, vision and achieve our annual goals. Our Chief of Staff will focus on near-term operational support and strategic planning and projects to ensure the growth and maturity of the organization.
    $123k-192k yearly est.26d ago

    Baton Rouge, LA This position is located at Department of Corrections - Prison Enterprises Headquarters, Baton Rouge, LA. Location Baton Rouge, LA ( + Culture: DOC values and supports employees through numerous recognition programs, creating a sense of community, prioritizing internal promotional opportunities, clear communication, and professional development.
    $5k-8.8k monthly6d ago
  • Chief of Staff

    Below are examples of what the past Chief of Staff worked on: We envision this role as a 2-3 year "tour of duty" with the potential to move into a strategic P&L position within thred UP or pursue a graduate degree (the prior Chief of Staff decided to pursue an MBA). Because this role works closely with senior leaders at thred UP, you must be able to work at our Oakland HQ 3 days a week (we offer 4-day workweeks with Tuesday as a work-from-home Maker Day). As Chief of Staff, you will report directly to James Reinhart, thred UP's CEO and Cofounder, and have significant exposure to thred UP's Executive team.
    $150k-180k yearly9d ago
  • Deputy Director of Culture & Development

    We pay our Deputy Director of Culture & Development a competitive salary depending on qualifications. The City of Sugar Land, a municipality with a population of 111,026, provides the highest quality of affordable services to meet the needs of its residents. The City of Sugar Land is seeking a full-time Deputy Director of Culture & Development in the People & Culture Department (formerly known as Human Resources). Sugar Land's aggressive economic development program has created a business-friendly environment, and numerous high-profile regional and international corporations have chosen Sugar Land as their corporate home. The community offers outstanding schools, libraries, parks, museums, restaurants, entertainment venues, and other resources that make Sugar Land a great place to work, live and raise a family. Sugar Land is also home to an award-winning regional airport and multiple civic organizations for those interested in the community and government. About the City of Sugar Land
    $99k-123k yearly est.41d ago
  • People & Culture Deputy Director - 160994

    Apply People & Culture Deputy Director - 160994 The People and Culture Deputy Director assists the People and Culture Director in providing strategic leadership, collaboration and planning related to cultural norms and values to ensure alignment with Adams County government's mission, vision, and values; and will contribute as a team member of People and Culture and its strategic partnership with the Executive and Senior Leadership teams. Location Brighton, CO
    $47k-62k yearly est.5d ago
  • Deputy Director- ARP

    In addition, NCLM full-time employees enjoy participation in the NC Local Government Retirement System, 401k plan with 4% employer match, generous paid time off, employer paid health, dental vision and life insurance, onsite gym access, and bottomless beverages in our downtown Raleigh office. The North Carolina League of Municipalities has been one voice for cities and towns across the state for more than 100 years. What You Will Be Doing: The Deputy Director- ARP Services will play an active role in the hiring, development, and oversight of field consultants throughout the state. Job DescriptionDeputy Director- ARP Services The North Carolina League of Municipalities has an exciting position opening for a Deputy Director of America Rescue Plan (ARP) Services. * Tracking and reporting to the North Carolina State Pandemic Recovery Office ARP expenditures * Overseeing internal processes for grant compliance and ensuring members expressing interest in contract services are connected to desired services in timely fashion.
    $105k-115k yearly34d ago
  • Deputy Director, Pennsylvania Military Community Enhancement Commission (PMCEC)

    The Deputy Director provides continuous direct oversight and management of all Commission policies, procedures, programs, and activities. Is the sole Administrative Officer for all PMCEC programs within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. As the Deputy Director, you will serve as the principal Administrative Officer for the Pennsylvania Military Community Enhancement Commission (PMCEC), a major commission in the Commonwealth. The Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) is looking for an individual to serve as the Deputy Director of the Pennsylvania Military Community Enhancement Commission (PMCEC) with the direct oversight by the Executive Director and the Chairman of the PMCEC . Apply Deputy Director, Pennsylvania Military Community Enhancement Commission (PMCEC)
    $70.7k-107.3k yearly4d ago
  • Deputy Director, Contraceptive Technology (Gender Equality)

    In 2020, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation announced the creation of a new division, Gender Equality (GE), driven by our determined leadership and partnership to accelerate progress for women and girls globally. As Deputy Director, Contraceptive Technology you will own the development of the CT portfolio strategy and co-lead our investment teams overseeing the grant making process for a wide range of product developers in the CT space.
    $171k-317.2k yearly12d ago
  • Chief of Staff

    Employment in this position is contingent upon consent to and successful completion of a pre-employment background check, which may include a criminal background check, reference checks, verification of work history, and verification of any required academic credentials, licenses, and/or certifications, with results acceptable to Dartmouth College. The Chief of Staff (COS) for Institutional Diversity & Equity (IDE) serves as a key strategic advisor to the Senior Vice President & Senior Diversity Officer, working in partnership with the senior leadership in IDE to refine and implement a divisional strategy and roadmap for IDE across campus. Upon request and as appropriate, the COS will manage the SVP's relationship to Dartmouth departments, professional schools, and others as well as staff assigned meetings.
    $98k-122.5k yearly16d ago
  • Chief, Supportive Care Service Division of Supportive and Acute Care Services Department of Medicine Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

    The Division of Supportive and Acute Care Services in the Department of Medicine at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center seeks to recruit an exceptional academic physician and leader to serve as the The people of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK) are united by a singular mission: ending cancer for life.
    $131k-232k yearly est.Easy Apply11h ago
  • Chief of Staff to Chief Insurance Officer

    Oscar is the first health insurance company built around a full stack technology platform and a focus on serving our members. #LI-Hybrid The base pay for this role in the state of New York is: $176,000 - $231,000 per year. We're hiring a Chief of Staff to the Chief Insurance Officer to join our Executive Office team. You will work part of the time in the New York City office and part of the time work-from-home/remote. As the Chief of Staff to the Chief Insurance Officer, you'll work with InsureCo leadership to build, scale and run Oscar's Insurance business as we drive to meet our strategic goals. We started Oscar in 2012 to create the kind of health insurance company we would want for ourselves-one that behaves like a doctor in the family. This is an authentic Oscar Health job opportunity. You are also eligible for employee benefits, participation in Oscar's unlimited vacation program, company equity grants and annual performance bonuses. You'll also work with leaders across the company, including Chief of Staff roles for other executives, to solve complex problems, drive solutions, and orchestrate operational initiatives.
    $176k-231k yearly7d ago
  • Deputy Director Regional Services VA

    * Coordinate timely submission of grant reports with CASA Development team as well as the collection of useful data trends and information needed for new grant proposal opportunities. Although CASA and CASA in Action share a common goal of supporting immigrants and low-income people in Georgia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia, they are separate organizations with their own board of directors. Job DescriptionCASA & CASA IN ACTION SYNOPSIS: CASA's mission is to create a more just society by building power and improving the quality of life in working class and immigrant communities. * Develop and maintain relationships with strategic program related partners that may advance the quality and scope of CASA's service delivery in the Region. * Participate in CASA actions, mobilizations and events as needed and required; recruit program participants to participate in CASA events. POSITION SUMMARY: The Deputy Director is charged with oversight and supervision of services programming operating in CASA's Virginia Region. * Adhere to, and enforce CASA policies and standards in the Region. Supervised by the Regional Director, the Deputy Director will also coordinate on teams established by CASA's Chief of Programs and Services to ensure regional services deliver measurable improvements in the quality of life of CASA members in accordance with the organization's theory of change. * Serve as a member of CASA's National Service Directors Team and main conduit between Regional Service Managers and Service Directors to ensure alignment with standard models. As part of this effort, the Deputy Director will work alongside CASA's Services Directors to ensure the implementation of standardized program practices and institute effective quality control measures. Further, the Deputy Director functions as a mentor and coach to Services Managers implementing programs including Health/Social Services, Education, Financial Literacy and Workforce Development. CASA has a sister organization, CASA in Action, a separate, but related, nonprofit organization that is exempt from federal income tax under section 501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code.
    $103k-174k yearly est.36d ago
  • Chief of Staff / Product Manager

    This is a versatile role for candidates who enjoy a diversity of activities, chief of them: solving problems and writing, building the team, managing products, etc.
    $104k-163k yearly est.12d ago

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Average Salary For a Deputy Chief Of Staff

Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a Deputy Chief Of Staff is $119,530 per year or $57 per hour. The highest paying Deputy Chief Of Staff jobs have a salary over $174,000 per year while the lowest paying Deputy Chief Of Staff jobs pay $81,000 per year

Updated May 29, 2023
Average Deputy Chief Of Staff Salary
$108,849 yearly
$57 hourly

5 Common Career Paths For a Deputy Chief Of Staff


Directors work in show business, whether in a film, a television show, or a theatre production. They are responsible for bringing the material to life. They work with the writers to get a clear vision of how the production should look. They lead the production team in planning for the production, identifying filming or rehearsing schedules, casting for roles, and other aspects that need to be decided upon. Directors provide direction to the actors to ensure that the actors understand their role and will be able to effectively convey emotions to the audience. They also manage all other crew members and communicate their expectations clearly so that everyone on the set is working towards one vision.

Executive Director

Executive directors are top management employees who usually function as a chief executive officer. This role is usually seen in non-profit organizations. Executive directors provide strategic direction to the organization, and they ensure that the organization's goals are actualized. They provide guidance to the employees and ensure that the employees have the organization's advocacies at the center of every project or program. They oversee the policies of the organization and create strategies that will bring the organization's programs forward. Executive directors are also responsible for making crucial decisions for the betterment of the organization.

Vice President

Vice presidents are usually considered the second-in-command in the organization, depending on the organization structure. They take over when the president is unavailable to fulfill duties. They may also represent the organization in external events and other official functions. They are important members of the boardroom, and their opinions are usually sought after as well. Vice presidents are usually poised to follow the president's footsteps in the organization, especially if the president is nearing retirement. They also make urgent and crucial decisions when the president is not available to do so. Vice presidents must have strong business acumen, decision-making skills, and professionalism.

Operations Director

Operations directors oversee all company operations. They have the power to set the direction, change the course of the organization, and reform strategies to ensure efficiency in how the company operates. Operations directors manage business operations effectively by constantly analyzing company data and by anticipating any challenge that may come their way. As such, they make sound business decisions and recommendations that will help strengthen the organization. Operations directors oversee finances, quality control, and even human resources. They ensure that all aspects of the business are considered in making business operations decisions.

Chief Executive Officer

A chief executive officer is the overall head of the company's operations. Chief executive officers are responsible for making corporate decisions that would define the company's performance in the market. A chief executive officer must display exceptional leadership and decision-making skills to create business growth and development strategies. The chief executive officers also provide a regular business update to the board regarding the company's status. They should also be able to identify business opportunities and create long-lasting, professional relationships with business partners and other organizations.

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