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  • Sr Director of Corp Philanthropy - Arlington, VA or Wash, DC

    : Arlington, VA /Washington, DC preferred. Research, solicit, cultivate, and manage a portfolio of existing and new corporate philanthropic relationships interested in supporting the mission of The Conservation Fund, targeting gifts of $100,000 and above. The Senior Director is responsible for the cultivation and stewardship strategies and for the full cycle of effective pipeline management of a portfolio of national corporate donors, with a focus on sourcing new corporate philanthropic relationships and sponsorship opportunities in the six-figure level and above that align with the organization's strategic priorities and help fuel the organization's growth. TITLE : Senior Director of Corporate Philanthropy The Senior Director of Corporate Philanthropy is responsible for securing financial resources from major corporations nationwide in support of The Conservation Fund's mission, ongoing operations, and strategic initiatives. The position will also work in concert with the whole Strategic Giving, Strategic Engagement and Marketing & Communications team and staff for the programs at The Conservation Fund with philanthropic partnership potential, including Working Forest Fund, Farms Fund, and Parks with Purpose. The Senior Director will take a holistic approach to corporate philanthropic partnership creation using a shared value framework to appeal to corporate business and social impact priorities. With a focus on generating new corporate philanthropic partnerships and lead generation, the Senior Director reports to the Vice President of Development, coordinates directly with the Fund's President/CEO, Strategic Engagement team, and plays a critical role in expanding the Fund's diversification of corporate philanthropy goals.
    $150k-170k yearly3d ago
  • Senior Director Intellectual Property - Remote / Home based

    Jazz Pharmaceuticals plc (NASDAQ: JAZZ) is a global biopharmaceutical company whose purpose is to innovate to transform the lives of patients and their families.
    $224k-294k yearly6d ago
  • Director, Development and Fundraising

    The Director will develop and implement a strategic plan for communicating UHU's mission in a way that is compelling and designed to sustain and grow financial and other support for United Help Ukraine. The organization is seeking a full-time Director, Development and Fundraising to oversee development/fundraising and grants management. United Help Ukraine (UHU) is committed to providing humanitarian, medical and other assistance to the people of Ukraine affected by the Russian invasion.
    $83k-144k yearly est.1d ago
  • Utilization Management Director - Remote - State of OH

    At UnitedHealthcare, we're simplifying the health care experience, creating healthier communities and removing barriers to quality care. The work you do here impacts the lives of millions of people for the better. Come build the health care system of tomorrow, making it more responsive, affordable and equitable. Ready to make a difference? Join us and start doing your life's best work.(sm) If you are located in the state of Ohio, you will have the flexibility to work remotely* as you take on some tough challenges. Primary Responsibilities: Oversee the plan's implementation and evaluation of utilization management based on a deep understanding utilization management principle and practice Coordinate extensively with the Ohio Department of Medicaid Regulator on policy and procedure for UnitedHealthcare's Utilization Management Program as directed by the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Ensure timely updates of United Healthcare clinical coverage determination guidelines consistent with United Healthcare Community Plan of Ohio, Inc. Guidelines and Ohio Department of Medicaid requirements Liaison with the Ohio Department of Medicaid (ODM), the OhioRISE Plan, the single pharmacy benefits manager (SPBM) and other ODM-contracted managed care organizations on utilization management health activities as directed by the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Running full-scale tests of change to improve utilization efficiency and performance using quality improvement science to reduce the overall rate of inappropriate denials Oversee the day-to-day operational activities of the Utilization Management Program in accordance with state guidelines Develop written policies and procedures regarding authorization of services and monitor to ensure that these are followed Ensure MCO Notices of Adverse Action are provided in accordance with 42 CFR 438.404 Ensure that the utilization management program is compliant with MHPAEA assessments You'll be rewarded and recognized for your performance in an environment that will challenge you and give you clear direction on what it takes to succeed in your role as well as provide development for other roles you may be interested in. Required Qualifications: Ohio-licensed registered nurse, APRN, licensed independent behavioral health clinician (MD, DO, RN with advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) licensure, psychologist, licensed independent social worker (LISW), professional clinical counselor (LPSS) or a physician with a current unencumbered license through the Ohio State Medical Board with experience in the activities of utilization management, in accordance with 42 CFR 438.210 Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality Certification (CPHQ ) by the NAHQ and/or CHCQM by the American Board of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review Providers or Lean background strongly preferred. If not certified, must be willing to obtain coursework within 6 months of hire and certification within 12 months of hire or obtain equivalent training and/or certification 5+ years of progressively responsible professional experience in utilization management, service coordination, ambulatory care, community public health, case, or care management, or coordinating care across multiple setting with multiple providers 3+ years of experience providing direct behavioral health care coordination or oversight for children and adolescents with complex behavioral health needs or equivalent experience Experience in actively applying or overseeing the application of science-based quality improvement methods to reduce health disparities Experience with running / managing utilization management efforts Experience pertinent to the complex patient population(s) being managed Complex utilization management experience Experience in managed care and value-based programs Experience with cost-benefit analysis, quality assurance and continuous quality improvement processes Solid knowledge of health insurance industry utilization trends, reimbursement methods, and evolving accountable care and payment models Advanced to expert level of proficiency with MS Project, Excel, Visio, PowerPoint, TEAMS, and SharePoint Proven ability to influence and work with all levels of internal and external stakeholders/resources to move quality improvement projects and programs forward and overcome any challenges Ability to be full-time and based (working and reside) in the state of Ohio Preferred Qualifications: Master's degree or other advanced degree in nursing, social work, health services research, health policy, information technology, or other relevant field Training / Certification in quality improvement science Hands-on experience and mastery of Quality Improvement principles Healthcare and utilization management experience at the managed care plan or provider level Experience working with Medicare, Medicaid and DSNP populations and the utilization nuances of each patient population Project management or active project participation experience Tableau-BI experience Experience in quality management and quality improvement as specified in 42 CFR 438.206 through 438.370 Well-versed in with extensive experience with key-driver diagrams, flowcharts, check sheets, Pareto diagrams, cause and effect diagrams, histograms, scatter diagrams, run and control charts Skills and Abilities: Active management of multiple utilization management groups Comfortable working through ambiguity toward clarity around data specifications and sources Demonstrated ability to analyze metrics, summarize key business learning, and translate into tactical plans and report to executive level management Collaborative spirit - internal and external to the organization Flexibility in daily work schedule and task assignment Maintain a patient-focus Essential Characteristics: Ability to articulate policy and procedure to external stakeholders Ability to work well independently Ability to travel on an as-needed basis Careers at UnitedHealthcare Community & State. Challenge brings out the best in us. It also attracts the best. That's why you'll find some of the most amazingly talented people in health care here. We serve the health care needs of low income adults and children with debilitating illnesses such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, HIV/AIDS and high-risk pregnancy. Our holistic, outcomes-based approach considers social, behavioral, economic, physical and environmental factors. Join us. Work with proactive health care, community and government partners to heal health care and create positive change for those who need it most. This is the place to do your life's best work.(sm) *All employees working remotely will be required to adhere to UnitedHealth Group's Telecommuter Policy At UnitedHealth Group, our mission is to help people live healthier lives and make the health system work better for everyone. We believe everyone-of every race, gender, sexuality, age, location and income-deserves the opportunity to live their healthiest life. Today, however, there are still far too many barriers to good health which are disproportionately experienced by people of color, historically marginalized groups and those with lower incomes. We are committed to mitigating our impact on the environment and enabling and delivering equitable care that addresses health disparities and improves health outcomes - an enterprise priority reflected in our mission. Diversity creates a healthier atmosphere: UnitedHealth Group is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, protected veteran status, disability status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law. UnitedHealth Group is a drug-free workplace. Candidates are required to pass a drug test before beginning employment.
    $89k-132k yearly est.4d ago
  • Director of Field Operations

    The Director of Field Operations (DFO) is responsible for helping shape, lead, and execute upon the strategic direction of business operations by providing operational leadership and reinforcing a culture of collaboration, teamwork, and accountability throughout their assigned region.
    $46k-66k yearly est.1d ago
  • Digital Account Director

    The Flockers in Atlanta are required to come into the Chamblee office 1-2x per week to share the energy of the teams who are creating outstanding work. Strategy : Understand our partner's marketing objectives and work with cross-functional teams at Cardinal to create innovative strategies that maximize performance. We're looking for a talented and motivated Account Director who will be responsible for day-to-day management of clients who run SEO & paid media campaigns. As an Account Director, you will report directly to the VP of Client Services who will assist with client scoping, onboarding, and training.
    $86k-123k yearly est.8d ago

    The Lord's Place is a dynamic, passion-driven social impact organization in Palm Beach County providing innovative, compassionate and effective services to homeless men, women and children in our community. Identify, evaluate, cultivate and solicit large philanthropic commitments to support The Lord's Place (TLP) mission and core strategies. We are seeking a knowledgeable, enthusiastic individual to join our Advancement team as a Director of Philanthropy.
    $53k-75k yearly est.3d ago
  • Senior Director, Theology & Sponsorship

    Coordination of the Ministerial Juridic Person Collaborative Ability to work with the executive leadership of health care, with members of juridic persons, with bishops and their key advisors, and with boards of health care organizations (Catho St. Louis, Missouri, with the ability to work from home subject to CHA's policies on flexible work arrangements. Support CHA's annual Assembly as necessary and as requested, including working onsite during the program This position manages the following positions: Lead the emergence of the sponsor community in collective identity CHA expects management to actively work toward fulfilling the mission and goals of the association, model association values, champion association policies and procedures, achieve outstanding results, build morale among staff, and foster a positive work environment. : Superior knowledge of ecclesiological aspects of the ministry of Catholic health care including juridic persons, the role of bishops and their national conference, and relations with the Holy See. Experience with Catholic health care systems and with the Catholic Health Association.
    $113k-142k yearly est.9d ago
  • Surety Field - Regional Director

    At The Cincinnati Insurance Companies, we put people first and apply the Golden Rule to our daily operations. The Surety department is currently seeking a polished Regional Director for our Surety Field Operations for Large Contract in
    $95k-170k yearly1d ago
  • Senior Director of Procurement - Utility Scale Energy Developer - Fully Remote (California)

    Intelletec has partnered with a utility-scale developer, owner and operator of energy storage projects, to bring on a Director of Procurement to join their growing team.
    $160k-200k yearly1d ago
  • Assistant Director, Faculty Professional Development Programs

    The assistant director applies analytical skills and subject-matter knowledge to generate evidence-based and data-driven recommendations. Under the direction of the Director of Faculty Professional Development, the successful candidate makes individual contributions and provides management and execution of assigned programmatic activities in line of the Office of Academic Affairs's mission, values and norms, in order to carry out Stanford's commitment to faculty growth, performance and excellence. Evaluate appropriate educational content to ensure its scientific rigor and alignment with Stanford's values of workplace inclusion, education and health equity, and commitment to values of mentorship and support. OAA's activities include multi-level competency learning opportunities and programs for peer support, skill development, and career advancement and fulfillment of a diverse faculty.
    $90k-136k yearly18d ago
  • Director of Development

    The Development Director is the primary front-line fundraiser and development strategist for the Coalition for Clean Air. With offices in Los Angeles and Sacramento, CCA achieves its goals through policy advocacy and public education. The Development Director helps create, grow, and maintain relationships and partnerships with stakeholders interested in supporting CCA. Established in 1971, the non-profit Coalition for Clean Air (CCA) is dedicated to protecting public health, improving air quality, and preventing climate change. The Development Director supervises department staff and independent contractors, and reports to the President & CEO. As a small organization, the Development Director may be called upon to help with other activities as needed. The position is based in downtown Los Angeles with substantial flexibility to work from home.
    $90k-102k yearly5d ago
  • Standards Development and Outreach Director

    The Standards Development and Outreach Director will be asked to: The International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions (IAIABC) is hiring a Standards Development and Outreach Director. The Standards Development and Outreach Director will lead the IAIABC's data reporting standards program.
    $85k-100k yearly11d ago
  • Director of Development

    The position of Development Director requires applicants to be outgoing, energetic individuals who can demonstrate flexibility and creativity with a go-getter attitude. Through correspondence, in-person meetings, and media coverage, the Development Director will engage donors and the general community in The Luke's mission to influence their interest and support. The Development Director engages donors and the community in The Luke's mission and inspires contributions to support the theatre and its programming by utilizing effective fundraising and promotional techniques. This Development Professional leads the development of activities designed to raise discretionary and unrestricted funds for The Marjorie Luke Theatre's nonprofit organization, The Santa Barbara Community Youth Performing Arts Center. The Development Director will work with staff and the board on fundraising campaigns. The Marjorie Luke Theatre is embarking on its 20th year as a small but thriving non-profit.
    $45-65 hourly7d ago
  • Director of Business Development

    To discuss open opportunities or career options, please visit our website at and follow the Storm4 LinkedIn page for the latest jobs and int One of our top clients, are a prominent company in the electric vehicle and energy storage sector, seeking an experience Energy Storage Business Development Director. Storm4 is a specialist GreenTech recruitment firm with clients across Europe, APAC and North America.
    $109k-181k yearly est.9d ago
  • Director of Revenue Management ($117,000.00 to $150,000.00)

    Under the general guidance of the General Manager, the Director of Revenue Management at 12 free nights at Hyatt hotels globally every year and 50% Discounts at our F&B outlets
    $117k-150k yearly11d ago
  • Senior Director Regulatory Affairs

    Senior Director of Regulatory Affairs.
    $150k yearly16d ago
  • Client Engagement Director (Internal) - Dallas, TX

    At KellyMitchell, our culture is world class. Consistently meet with Fortune 500 clients to sell them KellyMitchell IT staffing services
    $120k-168k yearly est.4d ago
  • TV Development Director

    This position can be based out of our Virginia Beach, VA location or done remotely with some travel. Studio Center Entertainment gives audiences a look into outstanding lives and compelling stories. In this position, you will lead initiatives for Studio Center Entertainment, our unscripted television division.
    $68k-115k yearly est.3d ago
  • Senior Director Clinical Research

    This position will play a large leadership role within the company including holding the responsibility for developing and executing the clinical development plan. Generates, executes, and preserves the project CDP and other clinical documents that remain consistent with the project goals. The Senior Medical Director of Clinical Development will have the responsibility of executing clinical trials effectively and efficiently. This company has a innovative pipeline working on diseases within the Respiratory space and is looking for a Senior Medical Director of Clinical Development to join their team. Acts as an expert within the clinical development and assists generating and executing the clinical research strategy across preclinical development, clinical research, manufacturing, and regulatory affairs. Assists in identifying additional opportunities within the R&D portfolio. An exciting opportunity has just emerged with an amazing Global Biopharma, who are composed of highly passionate individuals on a mission to transform the lives of their patients!
    $134k-192k yearly est.12d ago

Average Salary For a National Director

Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a National Director is $117,787 per year or $57 per hour. The highest paying National Director jobs have a salary over $202,000 per year while the lowest paying National Director jobs pay $68,000 per year

Updated June 4, 2023
Average National Director Salary
$150,527 yearly
$57 hourly

5 Common Career Paths For a National Director

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.


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.


Presidents are usually the highest-level executives in an organization. They oversee the whole company. They identify clear goals and provide strategic direction as the company works towards the achievement of their overall vision. Presidents are the decision-makers in the company. They make crucial decisions to ensure that the company continues to grow and survives challenges that come their way. They are expected to consider all stakeholders, from the board of directors and employees to the customers in their decision-making process. Presidents also represent the company in external functions, especially during high-level events. As such, they are expected to be professional, well-mannered, and good communicators.

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.

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.

Illustrated Career Paths For a National Director