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  • KippsDeSanto - Vice President, Aerospace and Defense Investment Banking

    Center 2 (19050), United States of America, McLean, VirginiaKippsDeSanto - Vice President, Aerospace and Defense Investment Banking Capital One offers a comprehensive, competitive, and inclusive set of health, financial and other benefits that support your total well-being. KippsDeSanto&Co. ( KDC ), a wholly owned subsidiary of Capital One, is seeking to hire an Investment Banking Vice President to support its mergers and acquisitions ( M&;A ) advisory practice within the Aerospace / Defense and Technology sectors. Capital One promotes a drug-free workplace. Prior Associate and Vice President experience (with a track-record of being promoted internally)
    $129k-189k yearly est.4d ago
  • Assistant Nursing Director, Operating Room - Transplant/General (Washington, DC)

    Assistant Director of Nursing positions are available for the following specialties: The Assistant Director of Nursing assumes administrative and leadership authority and responsibility during a specific shift (e.g., evening or night) for the assigned unit/department. The Assistant Director of Nursing is a member of MedStar Health entity-based Division of Nursing and leadership team. Collaborates with the Director of Nursing in maintaining adherence to regulatory and accreditation standards, and MedStar Health's policies and procedures.
    $73k-97k yearly est.18d ago
  • Security Operations Center Officer Full Time

    As a Security Operations Center Officer, you will serve and safeguard clients in a range of industries such as Commercial Real Estate, Healthcare, Education, Government and more. Allied Universal , North America's leading security and facility services company, provides rewarding careers that give you a sense of purpose. Allied Universal will consider qualified applications with criminal histories in a manner consistent with applicable laws.
    $19.1 hourly1d ago
  • Vice President for Institutional Field Relations

    The Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) invites inquiries, nominations, and applications for the position of Vice President for Institutional Field Relations. The Middle States Commission on Higher Education is an institutional accreditor recognized by the United States Department of Education (see https://www.msche.org/about-us/). Middle States Commission on Higher Education - Vice President for Institutional Field Relations The Vice President for Institutional Field Relations (VPIFR) reports to the Senior Vice President for Accreditation Relations, serves as staff liaison to member institutions, supports the Commission's institutional accreditation and monitoring activities in accordance with federal regulations, and supports the peer evaluation processes. Representing the Vice President Unit as a member of projects, through presentations, and/or on staff advisory committees. Under the supervision of the Senior Vice President for Accreditation Relations, the incumbent of this position is responsible for the following:
    $148.9k-154k yearly17d ago
  • Vice President, Institutional Advancement

    The Vice President represents the President as needed at the local, state, and national level and serves on College, Board of Trustees, Utah System of Higher Education, and other community committees. The Vice President serves a central role, alongside the President, in serving as an internal and external spokesperson for and champion of Salt Lake Community College's mission and goals. Along with the Assistant Vice President for Institutional Marketing and Communications create and execute a plan for providing timely, effective, consistent, innovative, and relevant information to internal and external communities. As a member of the Executive Cabinet, the Vice President works collaboratively with other Vice Presidents to achieve the College's strategic goals, with an emphasis on strengthening external relationships, resources, and the College's image.
    $139k-213k yearly est.23d ago
  • Vice President of the Student Experience

    Marywood University, a comprehensive, private, Catholic university located in Scranton, Pennsylvania, seeks nominations and applications for the position of Vice President of the Student Experience (VPSE) to take office on July 1, 2023. Reporting to the President of the University, the Vice President of Student Experience (VPSE) is a member of the President's Cabinet and has oversight of the Director of the Student Counseling Center, the Dean of Students, the Director of Student Health Services, the Director of Housing and Residence Life, and the Director of Student Engagement. The VPSE is a professional who embraces the mission of Marywood University and is able to assure that the core values of Catholic Identity, Respect, Empowerment, Service and Excellence remain the foundation for the student life experience.
    $107k-131k yearly est.28d ago
  • Manager, Behavioral Health Operations

    The Behavioral Health Operations Manager has direct oversight of Behavioral Health and Chemical Dependency Services along the care continuum and accountability for ensuring consistency of service delivery and treatment programs across the Mid-Atlantic Region. Under the direction of the Behavioral Health Service Line Operations Director, the Behavioral Health Operations Manager serves as the on-site leadership for Behavioral Health operations.
    $74k-122k yearly est.4d ago
  • Assistant Operations Manager with Sabey Data Centers

    to join their team in Ashburn, VA.
    $99.2k-153.7k yearly20d ago
  • Vice President for Advancement

    ISE seeks an accomplished, strategic, and experienced leader to serve as its next Vice President for Advancement (VPA). Established in 1963, the Institute for Shipboard Education (ISE) is a 501(c) non-profit organization.
    $150k-170k yearly27d ago
  • Assistant Vice President and Director of Admissions

    Chicago State University, in partnership with the national search firm, Scott Healy & Associates, invites applications and nominations for the position of Assistant Vice President and Director of Admissions.
    $136k-168k yearly est.24d ago
  • CBRNE Supply Chain Management SME

    Global Systems Technologies is seeking a Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Explosive (CBRNE) Supply Chain Management Subject Matter Expert (SME).
    $99k-135k yearly est.19d ago
  • Managing Director, Finance and Operations

    To this end, the Managing Director is expected to bring exceptional leadership and strategic fiscal oversight to CHEFA and its subsidiary organizations' strong financial position (CHEFA FY 2022 net position $14.9M; CHEFA $7.8M budgeted revenue; CHESLA FY 2022 net position $41M; CHESLA $140M bonds outstanding; CSLF $22.9 M net position). As a crucial member of CHEFA's senior leadership team, the Managing Director will collaborate with the Executive Director and other key leaders in order to enhance the Authority's financial position and overall impact. Organization: Connecticut Health and Educational Facilities Authority (CHEFA) The Managing Director will have exceptional analytical skills along with excellent presentation, collaboration, and interpersonal skills. CHEFA invests in Connecticut nonprofits by helping them access low-cost debt capital from the tax-exempt public and private debt markets and provides equity capital in the form of grants. The Connecticut Health and Educational Facilities Authority (CHEFA) seeks a collaborative and strategic Managing Director, Finance and Operations (the Managing Director) skilled in financial strategy and business operations to play a vital leadership role within the organization during a pivotal period of time. CHEFA provides Connecticut's nonprofit institutions access to low-cost financing in the public municipal markets. Working in concert with the Executive Director, Board, and talented staff, the next Managing Director will join at an exciting moment in time marked by an ambitious strategic plan. Connecticut Health and Educational Facilities Authority (CHEFA) CHEFA has three subsidiaries: the Connecticut Higher Education Supplemental Loan Authority (CHESLA), the Connecticut Student Loan Foundation (CSLF) and CHEFA Community Development Corporation (CHEFA CDC). With a long and impressive history of accomplishments, the Managing Director will position CHEFA for important work ahead. Managing Director, Finance and Operations Position: Managing Director, Finance and Operations Reporting directly to the Executive Director and working in close concert with the leadership team, board of directors, and other key internal and external stakeholders, the Managing Director will play a critical role in effective resource allocation, operational efficiency, and strategic financial counsel aimed at achieving CHEFA's ambitious goals.
    $115k-213k yearly est.15d ago
  • Managing Director of Outreach

    We are looking for a humble, curious, and a practical strategist to advance Mercatus research in the service of a free, open, and flourishing society. Passion for Mercatus' mission and belief that markets solve problems and can help us lead happier, healthier, and more fulfilling lives
    $101k-187k yearly est.20d ago
  • AVP, Payments and Cards

    Role: The Associate Vice President (AVP) of Payments is responsible for overseeing Apple's debit and credit card processing, ATM and VTM servicing, ACH, Draft and wire processing departments, servicing support of BillPay, as well as strategic exploration and implementation of new payment methods. Apple FCU also offers a robust benefits package, including health; vision; dental; 401(k) contribution match; tuition reimbursement; guaranteed 11 federal holidays; paid time off; paid volunteer time; TEAM Bonus plan and much more. -In conjunction with the Chief Lending Officer, is responsible for establishing, developing and managing positive external and internal member relationships to ensure the success of the Apple FCU payment objectives, Bill Payment product, process and sales acumen in partnership with Service Delivery and Training management teams. Apple FCU is deeply rooted in the community; we value and embrace workplace diversity.
    $132k-163k yearly est.9d ago
  • Clinical Research Operation Program Manager

    Job DescriptionClinical Research Program Manager (Government Contract) DESCRIPTION: PE is seeking a qualified Program Manager that will provide overall management, integration and coordination of the project CROMS/HHS; CROMS will provide NIAID with clinical research operations and management resources and services in support of NIAID DMID clinical research oversight responsibilities. All aspects of clinical research in infectious diseases are included. Primary duties will include (but not limited to) Clinical & Management; · The Principal Investigator will be instrumental in the oversight and execution of clinical trials across a broad government portfolio · In this capacity, you will have responsibility for the overall execution of the study protocol, delegation of study related duties to site staff, and ensuring site compliance with study protocols, study-specific laboratory procedures, and standards of Good Clinical Practice · Success in this role will be driven by your ability to work collaboratively with the study team and regulatory personnel to ensure the welfare of study participants, while safeguarding the integrity of data generated and directing the conduct of the clinical investigation according to State, Federal, & Sponsor guidelines · Responsible for maintaining up-to-date curriculum vitae and provide Sponsor and IRB with documentation of credentials as required · Maintain all required licenses to practice and execute the job · Demonstrate the proper education, training, and experience to conduct the clinical investigation · Provide ongoing assessments of study subjects including any potential adverse events, or serious adverse events and ensures proper reporting of such events · Conduct and document training for all delegated individuals tasked with performing any study specific activities in the study · Provide oversight and ensures proper delegation of duties to appropriate staff · Provide and maintain updated study related documentation as required by the clinical research trial to ensure data integrity · Evaluate and report safety reports, protocol noncompliance and any other protocol specific reports · Ensure compliance with legal issues, including, but not limited to, patient confidentiality and risk management; ensures compliance with federal, state and local regulations · Exhibit a high degree of courtesy, tact, and poise when interacting with patients, families, and other research staff and healthcare professionals · Collaborate with operational and management team to ensure site goals are met · Attend Investigator Meetings and educational seminars, and travel to Investigators meetings as needed · Maintain protocol compliance on all clinical trials/studies according to the International Conference on Harmonization-Good Clinical -Practice (ICH-GCP), local regulations, and study protocol · Oversee IRB review of study and ensure written IRB approval is obtained before initiating the study or instituting any changes to the protocol as approved · Meet with study assigned monitors at regular intervals · Provide medical support to Sub-Investigators and study staff for protocol-related issues including protocol clarifications, inclusion/exclusion determinations, and issues of patient safety and/or eligibility · Maintain essential documents and records necessary for the conduction of study · Review and maintain accurate case report forms · Provide clinical oversight and quality of the studies virtually · Ensure the medical well-being and safety of the study participants, through the safe performance and execution of the clinical trials/studies · The PI will conduct the clinical trials in accordance with the relevant, current protocols, and supervises the Clinical Trial/ Investigation · Provide a technical and administrative infrastructure to ensure the efficient planning, initiation, implementation and timely completion of all projects. · Provide a communication plan to ensure effective communications with the COR and the Contracting Officer for the effort. · Shall participate in Contract Initiation Meeting, within 60 calendar days after the effective date of the contract, participate in a 1-day Contract Initiation Meeting with the COR, the Contracting Officer and other NIAID staff, to be held in the Bethesda, MD area. The purpose of the Contract Initiation Meeting shall be to orient the contractor to NIAID contract procedures and to review upcoming contract requirements. · Plan and conduct weekly meetings of the contractor's Principal Investigator and project management staff with the COR to review and discuss any matters relevant to the technical administration of the contract and future activities. Note: The schedule and format for these meetings will be established by the COR. · Plan and conduct monthly meetings of the contractor's project management staff with the COR and/or designated NIAID program staff, to discuss protocol or project-level activities. The schedule and format for these meetings will Company DescriptionTeam Placement Service Inc., is a healthcare company expanding and needs healthcare workers in all 50 states, whether you are an RN, MA, LPN, RN, Biologist, Psyc Tech, ROH, Endotech, Doctor, or even an Acupuncturist, we have immediate job opportunities!
    $94k-137k yearly est.10d ago
  • Director Talent Management

    The Director is accountable for development, coordination and facilitation of employee and management development and leadership training programs. This includes new employee onboarding, retention/engagement awareness, supervisory and mid-level management training (emerging leaders), ensuring meaningful deliver of required training and successful completion initiatives, innovations of training & development delivery, and collaboratively working with business unit and shared services to ensure adequate attention, delivery, and assessment of best-in-class professional learning and organizational development initiatives. Proactively seeks opportunities as a value-add partner throughout the enterprise. Responsibilities Assessing organizational developmental (OD) and training needs (hard skills, technology, and soft skills). Researching, designing, implementing, and evaluating learning programs. Collaborating with leaders to ensure programs achieve organizational goals, including performance management systems. Planning and facilitating engaging & value-add training curriculum to include leadership updates & professional development meetings. Leads the implementation of policies and procedures related to training, education, professional development, and training outcomes. Oversees departmental training budget and supplemental training staff. Collaborates within the HR Team to ensure initiatives comply with all organizational and regulatory adherence. Monitors the organizational training programs to make proactive recommendations for change management and strategic planning purposes. Provides accountable management with solutions-based learning initiatives focusing on individual and team development. Provides a career development framework that supports career pathing, career alignment and conversations, talent reviews, and career advancement. Support internal strategies and oversee policies, procedures, processes, and programs in all aspects of talent and development. Collaborate cross-functionally to champion best practices and strategies in talent and professional development. Develop top-talent capabilities that instill a sustainable, high-performance culture, establish meaningful talent goals and initiatives in partnership with business leaders, and identify opportunities for individual and team development. Qualifications Degree in HR or related field. Active SHRM or PHR Certification preferred. A minimum of 5 years' experience in a training or talent development role within a corporate environment. Expertise with adult learning theory and successful program/course strategies. Computer proficiency with Microsoft applications and collateral creation tools. Experience with Learning Management Systems. Demonstrated skills in successfully assessing & innovating organizational development programming. Exceptional interpersonal, influencing, delivery and consultative skills. A high degree of discernment and detail orientation are essential. Exceptional communication skills including platform, verbal and written - with consideration of audience. Dynamic delivery and presentation skills with both in-person and remote learners. Exceptional organizational and time management skills to prioritize and oversee multiple competing initiatives, including directives and delivery to assigned training resources. Demonstrated success in staff oversight, vendor management and budget prep/adherence. Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and be flexible to shifting priorities. Experience building scalable talent and development programs capable of growing with the organization. Excellent acumen for assessing talent initiatives utilizing data analytics and metrics to drive progress and measure results. Mastery in managing complex situations, delegating authority, leading and inspiring the team, driving innovative thinking, instilling collaboration, and challenging the status quo. Deep understanding of and experience in a fast-growing enterprise with multi-site locations and a domestic and global presence. About As the largest independent mover in North America, JK delivers superior relocation and logistics services to military service members, government agencies, large corporations, businesses and homeowners around the world….and the list goes on! JK actively seeks dedicated professionals ready to positively impact domestic and global communities. JK Moving is proud to be named as one of the Best Places to Work for 2020, an award that is particularly meaningful because winners are selected based on employee survey feedback. During 2018, the company established the JK Community Farm, a charitable effort designed to alleviate hunger by growing and harvesting crops and livestock and donating them to Loudoun Hunger Relief. From charitable giving to competitive compensation to fun corporate events, JK invests in each employee's professional and personal growth. This level of commitment sets JK apart from other companies - why not consider joining JK Moving Services today! JK Benefits In addition to comprehensive medical, dental, and vision insurance, JK Moving offers: World-class retirement savings programs including Company-funded profit sharing and safe harbor 401(k) Recruitment and customer referral bonuses Company-paid life insurance and accidental death benefits Voluntary protection programs for employees and their families Service recognition programs Safety & performance bonuses Tuition reimbursement and student loan repayment assistance Discounted membership @ Gold's Gyms (corporate locations) nationwide Global employee wellness programs and Employee Assistance Program (EAP) for employees and their families Medical and Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) Health Savings Account (HSA) with employer matching contribution Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer
    $122k-250k yearly est.9d ago
  • Director RA CMC

    We are looking for a Director Regulatory Affairs CMC to join a innovative Translational & Clinical CRO.
    $72k-126k yearly est.7d ago
  • Policy Director

    , an Arlington (Rosslyn), VA-based technology policy consulting firm, is seeking candidates with educational and professional backgrounds in technology, public policy, government affairs, or law for a full-time position as part of a senior team of dedicated professionals.
    $73k-128k yearly est.17d ago
  • Chief Development Officer

    Goodwill Industries International Rockville, MD (Open to Remote Employment) goodwill.org For 120 years, Goodwill has helped people find jobs, support their families, and feel the satisfaction that comes from working. There are 155 community-based, autonomous Goodwill organizations across the U.S. and Canada, known as Goodwill members, that nearly two million people turn to each year. Each Goodwill member is a separate 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that sells donated goods to create job opportunities and fund training in local communities. People come to Goodwill to use a variety of employment placement services, job training programs, and other community-based services to improve their lives, support their families and work towards brighter futures. Goodwill Industries International (GII) serves as the national office of the Goodwill brand and supports Goodwill members, as well as partner organizations in 12 other countries, through a breadth of leadership development opportunities, tools and resources, and consultative services. GII seeks a seasoned and passionate Chief Development Officer (CDO) to support this work. The CDO will lead the diversification of income sources for GII, build and foster a culture of philanthropy across GII and Goodwill members (collectively known as the Goodwill network), and serve as a key philanthropic ambassador to the Goodwill network. The CDO will build a comprehensive development office, including successful identification and solicitation of annual, major gift, foundation, and corporate prospects with a primary goal of raising an additional $5 million annually to fund GII operations. They will work closely with GII leadership to design collective impact campaigns and initiatives that grow programmatic funding for Goodwill members. Additionally, the CDO will grow existing tools and resources to support local Goodwill competencies, strengthening a culture of philanthropy across the Goodwill network. The CDO will report to the GII President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and lead a team of seven development professionals. Goodwill Industries International has retained Freeman Philanthropic Services, LLC to facilitate this executive recruitment. Please send confidential inquiries and applications directly to Freeman Philanthropic Services, LLC via e-mail at Goodwill@glfreeman.com.
    $34k-86k yearly est.5d ago
  • Senior Director, Data Science- Card Fraud

    As a Data Scientist at Capital One, you'll be part of a team that's leading the next wave of disruption at a whole new scale, using the latest in computing and machine learning technologies and operating across billions of customer records to unlock the big opportunities that help everyday people save money, time and agony in their financial lives. Center 1 (19052), United States of America, McLean, VirginiaSenior Director, Data Science- Card Fraud
    $114k-169k yearly est.4d ago

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Average Salary For an Operations Vice President

Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for an Operations Vice President is $163,076 per year or $78 per hour. The highest paying Operations Vice President jobs have a salary over $249,000 per year while the lowest paying Operations Vice President jobs pay $106,000 per year

Updated March 30, 2023
Average Operations Vice President Salary
$163,068 yearly
$78 hourly

5 Common Career Paths For an Operations Vice President


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.

Chief Operating Officer

A chief operating officer, also known as a COO, is a high-ranking official who oversees a company or organization's daily administrative and overall operations. They are typically the second in the chain of command, reporting directly to the company's chief executive officer, also known as a CEO. Among their duties include developing strategies and guidelines, reviewing reports, performing assessments, and implementing the company's policies, standards, and regulations. Additionally, they lead and empower staff to reach goals, helping solve issues and concerns when any arise.

Senior Vice President

A Senior Vice President's responsibilities vary according to the company or organization. Still, it mostly revolves around overseeing and leading a particular department's activities and operations, reporting to the president and the board, evaluating the progress and performances of teams and employees, and maintaining constant communication with staff and management. Furthermore, A Senior Vice President is also involved in forming strategies that would benefit the sales of the company, seek innovative options, review documents, and ensure that the operations are up to the standards of the company's policies and regulations.

Senior Vice President-Operations

Senior Vice Presidents for Operations are top management employees who oversee the company's operations. They report to the company's Chief Executive Officer or roles equivalent to such. They are expected to be very familiar with everything related to the company, such as its products, services, and production activities, among others. As such, they would be able to create strategies that would elevate the performance of the company. They are heavily involved in the decision-making related to the different departments in operations. Senior Vice Presidents for Operations manage different departments related to operations. They ensure that all factors in operations contribute to the company's success.

Vice President & General Manager

A vice president and general manager's role is to implement policies and regulations while overseeing the business operations. Typically, it is their primary responsibility to devise training programs that would produce more efficient workforce members, create new strategies to boost sales and customer satisfaction, and participate in budget and goals creation. They mainly report to high-ranking officials such as the president and board members. Furthermore, a vice president and general manager may perform clerical tasks such as preparing progress reports and presentations, managing schedules, and responding to correspondence.

Illustrated Career Paths For an Operations Vice President

Operations Vice President Jobs FAQs

Can An Operations Vice President Make 100k?

Yes, you can make $100,000 per year as an operations vice president. The chances of earning over $100k for an operations vice president are actually pretty good because the highest-paid operations vice president positions typically pay at least $247,000 per year. The average annual salary is $159,979 for operations vice president jobs. For example, operations vice presidents in Washington whose salaries are in the 90th percentile earn an average salary of $273,000.

How Can I Be A Good Vp Of Operations?

To be a good VP of operations, it's important to gain a college degree and years of experience as well as develop skills in leadership and problem-solving. The minimum educational requirement is a bachelor's degree, often in business, finance, or economics.

Who Is Under Vp Of Operations?

Lower-ranking executives, managers, and regular employees are typically under the VP of operations.

The VP of operations, also known as the chief operating officer (COO), is part of the high-ranking executives, alongside the CEO (chief executive officer), CFO (chief financial officer), and CIO (chief operating officer). In the corporate structure, this group is only under the board of directors and chairperson leading the board.

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