Director Jobs in Baltimore, MD

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  • Director SEC Reporting

    Leonardo DRS is a prime contractor, leading technology innovator and supplier of integrated products, services and support to military forces, intelligence agencies and defense contractors worldwide. Headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, Leonardo DRS is a wholly owned subsidiary of Leonardo S.p.A. For additional information on DRS, please visit our website at
    $73k-128k yearly est.20d ago
  • Associate Vice President, Integrated Direct Response Marketing

    Monitor development of KPIs and report regularly to the customer and Moore team leadership on the key progress indicators. Lead the Moore account team to develop and deliver annual fundraising, marketing, and communications plans and budgets. The Associate Vice President of Integrated Direct Response is responsible for working on high-profile, enterprise agency client(s) to deliver a cohesive direct response and marketing program.
    $102k-142k yearly est.5d ago
  • VP, Financial Consultant - Reston, VA

    Regular Your Opportunity Are you ready for a career worth owning? One that challenges the status quo? We want you to bring your positivity, curiosity, drive, and passion for delighting clients to the Schwab Financial Consultant position. You will be part of a diverse national network of skilled Financial Consultants, who are crafting and growing their practices, while driving successful outcomes for our clients. We are looking for professionals who advocate on behalf of our clients by listening and discovering what is most important to them, understand who they are, and then collaborate with a team of internal specialists to help clients fulfill those goals and dreams. Financial Consultants are procured with the practice of existing Schwab clients, providing them with wealth management and financial planning advice. Over time, they grow their practice holistically through client asset consolidation, networking, and earning client referrals. Financial Consultants are empowered to choose their most productive working environment (within corporate guidelines). This includes space to work within the branch, remote flexibility and the potential for flexible work schedules to accommodate work/life balance needs. Managing wealth on behalf of our clients includes: Retirement Planning Education Planning Investment Management Banking and Lending Management Insurance and Risk Management Estate Planning If you want to positively impact the financial security of clients, provide an outstanding investor experience, use the power of partnerships and the extensive resources available at Schwab, all while continuing to further your own professional development in Wealth Management, please consider this opportunity. What you are good at You are a results-oriented, highly motivated self-starter with a strong work ethic that will be an ambassador in helping clients plan for their future, driving referrals and retaining clients at Schwab for a lifetime. Our goal is that through providing outstanding advice and consultation, you are able to earn the trust and dedication of our clients. When meeting with clients you will: Be Curious and Consultative: Discover all you can about your clients, see things through their eyes, and then review and recommend appropriate solutions to help them stay on track with their financial goals. Be a Trusted Advisor: Build strong relationships , engage and encourage trust, and deepen the client relationship by applying a focused client communication strategy, and exceeding client expectations. Have a Defined Process: Demonstrate your ability to deliver appropriate advice and solutions through a repeatable sales process that focuses on addressing clients' needs. Use your Team and Ability to Influence: Leverage our team of Schwab specialists, Schwab advice guidelines, your knowledge of the markets, and your ability to inspire action to help your client's progress toward achieving their goals. Be a Challenger: Partner with and Educate
    $90k-167k yearly est.1d ago
  • Director, Location Strategy

    Our company continues to grow each year, and it's all thanks to our team of dedicated, driven employees who make up Window Nation. At Window Nation, we're third-generation window replacement experts who have been lucky to serve communities across the country for over sixteen years. No matter what you're interested in, you'll find your fit at Window Nation. When you work at Window Nation, you'll join a team of awesome professionals with hobbies ranging from screenwriting to rock climbing. Lead Window Nation's new location opening (NLO) processes and tasks to deliver necessary results. Window Nation is seeking a Director of Location Operations that will be responsible for commercial real estate, facility maintenance and licensing and ensuring that Window Nation is compliant with all jurisdiction requirements. Meeting the Window Nation Team!
    $121k-168k yearly est.22d ago
  • Associate Director, Baltimore Architecture Foundation

    A desire for professional growth, interest in Baltimore's culture and history, and the ability to solve problems in an imaginative, creative manner are assets. The Associate Director will work directly under the supervision of the AIA Baltimore/BAF Executive Director and will be responsible for administering the BAF day to day operations, and execution of events and promotional endeavors, and support organizational development. Doors Open Baltimore Tours with AIA Baltimore Historic Resources Committee In conjunction with other AIA Baltimore/BAF staff, Associate Director will coordinate input for public programs and initiatives related to: Baltimore Architecture Month events The BAF Associate Director will manage joint BAF and AIA Baltimore events including: Work jointly with the AIA Baltimore/BAF staff on content for newsletters, social media, and website, and events promotion.
    $106k-162k yearly est.23d ago
  • Project Director - Entry to Experienced Level (MD Location)

    Project Directors supply timely, accurate, and relevant information to assist senior leadership, customers, and/or management in making decisions. They contribute to the management of a project in technical, development, business, and operational functional organizations.
    $79k-97k yearly est.60d+ ago
  • The Global Clinical Operations Program Director

    * The Global Clinical Operations Program Director (GPD) is a core global role within the Clinical Operations function of Late-Stage R&D (Biopharmaceuticals and Oncology).
    $88.2-97.7 hourly1d ago
  • Executive Director of Grant Development and Institutional Advancement

    Note: To successfully serve as Executive Director of Grant Development & Institutional Advancement, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Eight (8) years as Executive Director of Non-Profit with more progressive leadership experience focused on education innovation, reform, or transformation, in a department, office or division, school district department, or higher educational experience. Serve as district representative on the Allentown School District Foundation (ASDF). Summary The Executive Director of Grant Development and Institutional Advancement is responsible for overseeing all aspects of individual fundraising through major and planned giving.
    $140k-228k yearly est.6d ago
  • Director of Development

    Director of Development & Alumni Relations McLean School has forover sixty-five years been helping bright students realize theirfull potential by providing a comprehensive college preparatoryprogram that emphasizes small classes and differentiatedinstruction. The Director of Development & Alumni Relations will play aleading role in identification, cultivation, and solicitation andfollow-up with the most philanthropically capable families toensure increasing levels of endowment gifts, major gifts, grants,planned gifts, and campaign gifts during campaign years.
    $100k-117k yearly est.11d ago
  • Director of Development

    Reporting to the Chief Policy Officer, Jody Rabhan, and working regularly with the Chief Executive Officer, Sheila Katz, the Director of Development will serve as a key member of the senior management team of NCJW. The Director of Development will be a hands-on leader who is excited to apply their fundraising and donor engagement skill set to an organization that drives justice and equity for women, children, families. The Director of Development is responsible for creating and implementing a comprehensive development strategy that will sustain the organization for the future. The Director of Development will manage a team of five development professionals and oversee individual, foundation, corporate, and legacy giving. Preference will be given to candidates based in the Washington DC area. National Council of Jewish Women seeks a Director of Development to design and implement a bold fundraising growth strategy that will more than double NCJW's philanthropic revenue over the next few years. (NCJW) For 130 years, National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) has boldly imagined a world that values and supports women, children, and families and has had a role in the passage of every major piece of civil rights and economic justice legislation in the United States. Create and lead fundraising efforts for NCJW's in-person gala and related activities for Washington Institute 2024.
    $150k-175k yearly11d ago
  • ServiceNow Director

    Responsibilities: Executes ServiceNow strategy, aligned with corporate business strategy, existing software roadmaps, and platform governance. Leads and manages a team of ServiceNow professionals, ensuring their growth and development. Drives appropriate for the organization workforce strategy. Oversee the design, implementation, and delivery of ServiceNow solutions, ensuring successful outcomes for our clients. Collaborates with key stakeholders to identify opportunities for expanding internal ServiceNow offerings and adoption to maximize productivity and engagement. Develops and maintains strong relationships with ServiceNow and other relevant vendors. Sets governance, polices, and direction of the Configuration Management Service including CMDB, Discovery, Service Mapping. Identifies improvements with internal consumers of data whose processes interact with ServiceNow platform and its products. Participates in Stakeholders meetings to ensure ServiceNow alignment with the enterprise strategy and is driving positive Change Management. Oversees and manages budget, contracts, licenses, and agreements related to ServiceNow and other in scope vendors, ensuring compliance and optimization cost-efficiencies. Creates/establishes goals and promotes the culture of accountability and ownership. Collaborates with teams to drive opportunities to improve quality and reduce cycle time for delivery and collaborates with business and IT partners to proactively mitigate existing technical debt. Stays current on industry trends, emerging technologies, and ServiceNow product updates, ensuring our solutions remain aligned with the Hartford strategy. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in Computer Science, Engineering or Business Intelligence preferred or equivalent work experience. At least 10 years of experience in IT consulting or a similar role, with a strong focus on ServiceNow. Strong knowledge of ServiceNow products, best practices, integration, automation, and cloud computing practices. Demonstrated ability to manage complex projects and deliver exceptional results. Experience with contract management, license management, and budget responsibilities. Excellent interpersonal, communication, and presentation skills. 3+ years overall experience as a ServiceNow ITOM Engineer. Knowledge of ServiceNow CMDB, Discovery and Service Mapping. Knowledge of AWS. Knowledge of Agile Methodology and software development. ITIL V4 certification required. ServiceNow System Administration and ServiceNow implementation Specialist certification are highly desirable. Agile Product Owner, Scrum Master, or other certification a plus.
    $73k-128k yearly est.3d ago
  • Clinical Pharmacology - Associate Director - Now Hiring

    At Horizon Therapeutics, we define success by the number of lives touched, lives changed, and lives saved. Responsibilities: Support clinical pharmacology function for clinical development of both small and large molecules and act as clinical pharmacology subject matter expert on multidisciplinary teams. 5 years of industry or equivalent experience in PKPD, clinical pharmacology, and/or pharmacometrics (DMPK experience is a plus). Author clinical and regulatory documents related to clinical pharmacology components, including protocols, investigator brochures, study reports, briefing documents for regulatory meetings, and NDA/BLA; author scientific publications. Responsible for study design and data interpretation of clinical pharmacology studies, including pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, food effect, relative bioavailability, drug-drug interaction, QTc, and special population studies. Represent clinical pharmacology in regulatory interactions (eg, pre-IND, EOP2, pre-NDA/BLA).
    $166.5k-203.5k yearly2d ago
  • Director, Training (Google Cloud)

    The role is based in the US, though we offer a hybrid working from home program which means your location can be quite flexible. We are looking for an all round Google Cloud expert to join our team of instructors. As part of our award-winning team you will be helping us build our training portfolio and deliver training globally to some of the world's largest brands. We require an experienced Cloud professional who has a proven track-record for delivering high quality products or training using GCP technologies. If you're already a Certified Google Cloud Instructor, that would be wonderful, however whilst training experience would be a plus, it isn't essential. The important thing is you're an expert with these products, have a passion for sharing knowledge and are comfortable presenting in front of an audience. Once you join, we can help you to become a certified Google Cloud instructor. Ideally you will have a strong working knowledge of all things GCP, but with a specific expertise in Data Engineering and Machine Learning. You will be instrumental in helping the team identify opportunities to develop materials for teaching new Cloud courses, as well as delivering training covering the existing Google courses, including but not limited to, the following specific learning tracks; Cloud Platform Architect Track Machine Learning Track Cloud Network Engineer Track Cloud Security Specialist Track Cloud Data Engineering Track Ability to deliver additional courses and hold the relevant certifications from any of the wider Google range ( would also be an advantage. Ideally you will also have a good understanding of the competitors on the landscape who compete directly with Google Cloud, including other providers such as Amazon & Microsoft Azure. Responsibilities You will be delivering a lot of virtual classroom deliveries, these are global so expect frequent deliveries that might be out of your own time-zone. In addition you will also be providing some face-to-face training both to clients in your region, but you will also be asked to travel to deliver courses overseas when required. It's important to note, flexibility is of the utmost importance with this role, being able to travel or work a variety of hours is essential. You will need to take responsibility for keeping pace with GCP technology and product development. You will help us develop our product range and aggressively grow our offering of cloud courses. You will need to hold the relevant GCP professional certification/s Qualifications What you'll need A minimum of 3 years' experience with Cloud Technologies. Comfortable presenting and delivering multiple-day-long training sessions both in the classroom and online. Comfortable in training enterprise level clients on how to develop or diversify their current skill set. Can clearly communicate processes, strategies and general requirements to both internal and external stakeholders. Basic proficiency with command-line tools and Linux operating system environments. Systems Operations experience, including deploying and managing applications, either on-premises or in a public cloud environment. Certified on one of the following: Amazon Web Services Google Cloud Platform Microsoft Azure Advantageous: Second languages Knowledge of other GCP courses and technologies covering Developing in the cloud. Strong business awareness and ability to talk to leadership teams Salary range - $150 - $215k (may be negotiable) Additional Information Comfortable with working flexible hours to accommodate global delivery via virtual classroom and able to travel within the UK and globally often at short notice. Highly organised, with the ability to work on multiple projects at once An excellent writer and communicator, comfortable speaking to advanced audiences, large groups, etc. Equal Opportunity Employer: Jellyfish is committed to making adjustments in our recruitment process to enable you to demonstrate your full potential. Should you require reasonable accommodation, please fill out the form here . Flexible working Annual Bonus Anniversary Increase Training and Development Life Assurance Employee Assistance Programme - Counseling
    $41k-85k yearly est.12d ago
  • Program Director

    Chevo ranks on the 2020 & 2021 Washington Technology Fast 50 list and is a winner of the 2012 through 2020 Alliance for Workplace Excellence (AWE) Seal of Approval! Chevo Consulting is currently hiring a Program Director with experience in budget execution and/or Business Management. Client location is in Washington D.C.
    $70k-119k yearly est.43d ago
  • Director of Cultivation

    Oversees all cultivation tasks and processes, ensures proper documentation of all applicable activities in accordance with the policies and standards set by Curio Wellness. The Director of Cultivation is responsible for executing operating strategy and establishing clear goals and metrics for the operational teams in the Cultivation division by aligning with corporate financial and strategic goals to produce high quality products with ever increasing quality, efficiency, and profitability. The Director will also work closely with other Phase Managers and Directors to execute the company's overall cultivation strategy. The Director will ensure all products are produced to Curio's best-in-class standards, while assuring appropriate levels of inventory are produced in the most cost-effective manner and in full compliance with all State and Federal regulations.
    $72k-127k yearly est.26d ago
  • Executive Director and Head, CMC Regulatory Affairs - Pharmaceuticals

    Ensure compliance with all applicable Takeda SOPs, local and i At Takeda, we are a forward-looking, world-class R&D organization that unlocks innovation and delivers transformative therapies to patients. Responsible for demonstrating Takeda leadership behaviors. Globally influences and is generally considered a key opinion leader and resource within Takeda and externally with stakeholders in HA and in the Industry. Relationship management and constructive partnering with Health Authorities and relevant industry organizations to drive Takeda's position and influence the scientific approach and thought process to CMC topics.
    $193.2k-276k yearly1d ago
  • Assistant Director of Prospect Management & Data Analytics

    The 500+ employees in Development and Alumni Relations (DAR) work to strengthen Johns Hopkins by developing enduring relationships that result in advocacy and philanthropic support for Johns Hopkins University & Medicine. The Assistant Director also leads improvements in data-related policies and procedures for the team, leveraging existing tools while identifying new tools and approaches to data management, reporting, and process management. Johns Hopkins University supports a flexible work model which includes four different work modalities. The Assistant Director of Prospect Management and Data Analytics will be responsible for assisting with the Krieger team's data integrity and administration, portfolio and pipeline management, as well as prospect identification efforts of the School. The Krieger School of Arts and Sciences (KSAS) seeks an Assistant Director of Prospect Management and Data Analytics to join our team in achieving our development and alumni relations program goals.
    $44.9k-78.4k yearly8d ago
  • Real Estate Development Director

    Provide coaching and professional development and mentoring to assigned staff in the real estate office. MBA, master's in real estate or related advanced degree, or the equivalent combination of education and experience is preferred. Reporting to the Chief Real Estate Officer and collaborating extensively with other functional leaders within the organization, the development professional will lead a team responsible for all real estate development activity for the enterprise. Proven experience having acted in the capacity of the development manager/lead oversight of complex and sophisticated real estate development projects. Stay current on local real estate submarkets and industry trends. 8 - 10+ years of development execution experience across a variety of real estate asset classes & projects. Oversee all aspects of real estate development for the entities, from idea conceptualization through various diligence, analysis/financial planning, permitting, implementation and transition processes.
    $85k-146k yearly est.3d ago
  • Vice President, Housing & Homeless Services

    Assumes full responsibility for all program services for the SVDP Housing and Homeless Services Division, including shelters, day resource programs, prevention, and rapid rehousing services, and permanent supportive housing. Duties including supervision of , oversight of division and program finances, grant spending, and funder relationships. Responsible for achievement of program contract deliverables and program outcomes. Responsible for ensuring that all services are fully implemented and in compliance, with accurate and timely reporting. Represents the organization with public and private funders and leads all efforts to obtain and retain funding for current programs and growth opportunities, to include grant writing, program development and implementation, and reporting. Operates independently, takes initiative, works collaboratively with peers in the successful oversight and completion of organizational priorities and uses data to drive program performance and ensure accountability. Leadership/Management: Provides strong direction, leadership and management for the SVDP Housing and Homeless Services Division, including shelters, day resource programs, prevention, and rapid rehousing services, and permanent supportive housing. Takes responsibility for the overall management and training of all staff, including approving all hiring and terminations, according to SVDPs policies. Ensures that there are regular staff meetings and ongoing staff development and ensures that all staff receives full onboarding and completes mandatory training programs. Develops and updates program policies. Operations: Ensures that all services are fully implemented, in compliance, and outcomes achieved. Provides operational oversight, ensuring that program operations are conducted according to the program purpose and philosophy, the mission of SVDP, established policies and procedures and all pertinent rules, regulations and laws. Ensures that all programming and services are being carried out using best practices, that all programs and services support client goals and program outcome achievement, and that all services provided are properly documented as required by the funder. Is knowledgeable in all areas related to grants, contracts and regulations and is able to fully train and hold accountable program leadership and staff for the various requirements of multiple funding sources. Program Performance: Responsible for achievement of program goals, use of data to drive outcomes and program performance , and program reporting. Provides general oversite over data collection, entry and quality for all data systems, actively seeking creative solutions to connecting with, and monitoring, staff and client activity. Ensures full compliance with contractual and regulatory requirements for external data systems and internal adherence to SVDP data system policies and procedures. Responsible for implementing systems of data review and program/process improvement including data quality, program operations and program outcomes using reports and information provided by data team. Plays an active role in identifying data and reporting needs for general oversite of operations and program performance. Partner and Funder Agencies: Maintains communication links with outside agencies and government contacts. Develops and maintains an ongoing collaboration between programs and other agencies as well as government partners and cultivates and maintains a network of providers who offer onsite services and enhance programs. Financial: Provides fiscal oversight, assists in developing the annual budget, monitors adherence to budget, and ensures that competitive bids are obtained for equipment and supplies, trains staff and ensures that division management is well versed on understanding budgets and maintaining fiscal responsibility. Monitors the rental payment process and monthly submissions to the Finance department as a method of quality assurance to support an optimal payment process and addresses internal and external stakeholder inquiries. Closely monitors monthly income statements and manages expenses within the approved budget; monitors expenditure commitments to funders to ensure that grants are being allocated properly, identifies potential issues, and works with the CFO and the COO to seek a resolution. Is pro-active in identify and working towards solutions to budget concerns. Grant Development and Management: Works closely and actively collaborates with the Grants Department to analyze, develop, write, edit, and complete all applications for grant funding. Is fully knowledgeable of grant deliverables and compliance requirements. Takes full ownership of grant implementation. Serves as primary contact with funders for all grants and works to develop close relationships with funding partners. Policies and Procedures: Develops and keeps updated all program policies and procedures to ensure the efficient, effective, and safe operation of all services. Assesses areas of improvement and develops new policies and procedures when applicable in concert with the COO. Works collaboratively with the Director of Training to ensure that all staff are trained in the proper implementation of policies and procedures and monitors the enactment of those duties through regular supervision with Directors and Senior Directors. Ensures that all programs have staff and client manuals and that there are reviewed and updated annually or as needed. Planning and Goals: Assists in developing a strategic plan for all programs including specific, outcome-oriented program goals. Develops methods for monitoring progress of goal achievement and provides oversight of reporting. Program Growth and Development: Is actively involved in developing new program initiatives, has active knowledge of all new programs being requested, and is the point person for implementation of all new programs. External Relations: Is seen as the SVDP content expert on services programs and is an active and visible leader in the local boards, committees, and workgroups, and advocates for systemic improvements on behalf of SVDP and SVDP clients. Represents the organization with public and private funders. SECONDARY DUTIES Works collaboratively with the Facilities Department to ensure that the facilities of the division are properly maintained and a safe, clean, quality environment is provided for staff, volunteers and clients. Responds to emergency situations as needed both during and after regular hours. Works collaboratively with the Human Resources Department on active and continuous recruitment to maintain a complete list of on-call staff to be used as a talent pipeline for filling vacancies. Collaborates with the CAO, ensuring that financial gifts, in kind gifts, and volunteers are actively sought. Collaboratively works with Director of Communications, participating and supporting events and speaking to media and outside groups on behalf of all programs. Facilitates input from division programs for content for the SVDP newsletter and ideas for the annual report, and appeal letters based on real-life occurrences. Ensures a welcoming and positive environment for volunteers, ensures that they are used effectively to meet program goals, and provides direction to staff on how to incorporate them into their work. Meets at least monthly with the COO to review progress and conduct planning. Advises COO and CEO/President regarding trends, needs, and problems associated with programs. Submits reports to the SVDP Administrative Office, government authorities, and funders, as required. Builds necessary community partnerships for philanthropic and programmatic needs. Creates an atmosphere of care and respect for clients. Attends meetings and events related to St. Vincent de Paul and the division, both internally and externally. Upholds the vision, mission, and values of St. Vincent de Paul. Other duties as assigned, within the scope of the position. QUALIFICATIONS Master's degree in social work, social services, or related human service field, required. 6 years of progressive experience in service delivery, development, and administration with a non-profit organization. 5 years supervisory experience and a proven track record of strong administrative skills. Experience and proficiency in using data to drive individual and program performance, and strong experience and skills in using database systems and reports. Good organizational skills, including the ability to coordinate several projects simultaneously. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Proficiency in word processing, spreadsheet, and Windows-based computer operations, as well as using the Internet. Very good public speaking abilities. A strong understanding and interest in the work of SVDP and genuine empathy for clients of SVDP programs. Willing and able to work a flexible schedule, including occasional weekends, evenings, or holidays, in order to supervise operations, attend meetings or events, or resolve an emergency. Ability to relate in a courteous, comfortable, non-judgmental manner with persons from all ethnic, socio-economic, and religious backgrounds. Understanding and respect for confidentiality. Desire and ability to work as a team member.
    $128k-180k yearly est.12d ago
  • Executive Director

    development, and event management for ShareBaby, Inc. Job Summary: The Executive Director (ED) is responsible for overall operations, asset unmet basic needs of Baltimore's most vulnerable young children through the distribution of ShareBaby seeks to address the
    $82k-143k yearly est.13d ago

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How much does a Director earn in Baltimore, MD?

The average director in Baltimore, MD earns between $56,000 and $163,000 annually. This compares to the national average director range of $66,000 to $192,000.

What is the job market like for directors in Baltimore, MD?

The job market is good for directors in Baltimore, MD. The number of director jobs have grown by 305% in the last year. Right now there are currently 10,570 director jobs available in Baltimore, MD.

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