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Chief of Staff to the President & CEO

Prosperity Now
Washington, DC
Prosperity Now works to build a fair and just economy free from structural inequity and racism -- an economy where everyone can fully participate across their life cycles and low-income individuals and families can prosper without exception. Founded as CFED in 1979, Prosperity Now recently underwent a strategic planning process to refresh its vision, brand, position, and programming model.

The Chief of Staff supports the President & CEO as the primary point of contact for internal and external partners and initiatives on all matters pertaining to the Office of the President. The Chief of Staff also serves as a liaison to the board of directors and senior management teams; organizes and coordinates executive outreach and external relations efforts; oversees special projects; and leads scheduling and preparation for private and public meetings, including speaking engagements, fundraising initiatives, policy briefings, and congressional testimony. The Chief of Staff will work as the primary point of contact and will manage the information flow between the President/CEO and both internal and external stakeholders as well as their time and priorities. The Chief of Staff will act as the President & CEO's thought partner by connecting dots between all areas of their professional engagements. The position requires strong project management, administrative, operations, and scheduling skills, as well as solid research and writing skills. This position is based in our Washington, D.C. office.
Who we're looking for:

* Communication: Speaks and writes clearly and articulately in all forms of spoken and written communication, including use of transcription to capture accurate meeting details.
* Critical thinking: Challenges their own assumptions to determine the best course of action.
* Efficiency: Produces excellent work products with minimal reviews.
* Proactivity: Acts without being told what to do. Brings new ideas to the role.
* Organization and planning: Plans, organizes, schedules, and facilitates meetings in an efficient, productive manner. Focuses on key priorities.
* Persistent attention to detail: Demonstrated tenacity and willingness to go the distance to get tasks completed; does not let important details slip through the cracks.
* Flexibility/adaptability: Adjusts quickly to changing priorities and conditions. Manages effectively with complexity and change.

Accountability: Reports to President & CEO

Responsibilities:

Strategic Management

* Provide strong writing, editing and proofreading support to the President & CEO; conduct research, create presentations, graphs, charts, draft text, and other collateral in support of speaking events, publications, concept papers, briefing materials, email communications, etc.
* Lead project meetings, team meetings, funder calls, etc.; develop and disseminate agendas, and ensure follow through on resulting action items
* Assist the President & CEO with prioritization and supporting processes that get decisions at the top made faster
* Proactively oversee President & CEO's calendar and develop travel itineraries that leverage opportunities, adjusting plans as circumstances evolve
* Update and manage stakeholder interactions of the President & CEO in Salesforce or other systems
* Maintain a broad working knowledge of Prosperity Now's programs, policies, and practices
* Assist the President & CEO in the supervision and management of the Leadership Team
* Serve a lead role in special projects as assigned by the President & CEO

Senior Management Liaison

* Manage recurring work and special projects, which may include planning and coordinating others' work, securing, or disseminating information, and communicating internally and externally; may function as a surrogate to the President & CEO internally, liaising with teams across the organization
* Track progress of key strategic and operational drivers; troubleshooting problems and optimizing management's data tracking efforts.
* Participates as member of the Leadership Team including assisting in scheduling meetings and attending all meetings
* Assist in coordinating the agenda of senior management team, all staff meetings, and external meetings
* Facilitate cross-divisional coordination of travel and outreach plans

Communications, External Affairs, and Outreach

* Liaise with the External Affairs team regarding fundraising initiatives, steward current and emerging funder relationships and other key stakeholders; coordinate internal and external messaging or written materials to be delivered by the President & CEO.
* Work with the external affairs team in coordinating the President & CEO's outreach activities
* Follow up on contacts made by the President & CEO and support the cultivation of ongoing relationships
* Create and edit acknowledgement letters from the President & CEO to donors, in partnership with the Communications team
* Ensure the President & CEO's bio is kept updated and respond to requests for materials regarding the President & CEO and the organization in general

* Edit and complete first drafts for written communications for President & CEO to send to external stakeholders

Board Support and Liaison

* Serve as the President & CEO's administrative liaison to the board of directors
* Prepare board agendas, including assembly and distribution of board materials before meetings in electronic/paper format
* Act as the recording secretary, taking minutes of the meeting that accurately reflect any actions the board must take
* Assist board members with travel arrangements, lodging, and meal planning as needed
* Maintain discretion and confidentiality in relationships with all board member
* Adhere to compliance with applicable rules and regulations set in bylaws regarding board and board committee matters
* Liaise with the Finance team regarding budget management of Executive Office and Board
* Perform other duties as assigned

Skills and Qualifications:

* Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience required; a minimum of eight years of prior experience managing projects and supporting chief executive levels; experience in community or economic development is preferred
* Demonstrable aptitude to develop working understanding of the complex programmatic and policy issues involved in Prosperity Now's work
* Commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion as key strategies toward broad-based institutional excellence, representing a range of perspectives, thought, and actions
* Skilled oral and written communicator, ability to converse clearly, efficiently, and tactfully with the many partners and other stakeholders, internal and external, central to Prosperity Now's work
* Excellent written skills to create various types of written communications, including internal and external meeting notes and agendas, board meeting notes, memos, and reports
* Strong technology skills, including MS Office, Salesforce, databases, and internet search engines; demonstrable aptitude to learn and embrace new technologies.
* Experience and interest in internal and external communications, partnership development, and fundraising
* Excellent project management abilities, including attention to detail, organizational and planning skills, and ability to discern and mitigate potential problems or impediments
* Demonstrably strong personal initiative balanced with proven ability to remain poised, diplomatic, and tactful, particularly under stressful circumstances
* Must be equally effective collaborating in a team environment and as an individual contributor

Work Environment: This job operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment.

Physical Demands:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. This job description is subject to change at any time.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to communicate and exchange information. The employee frequently is required to remain in a stationary position and constantly operate computer and other office productivity machinery.

FLSA Status: Exempt

Prosperity Now is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. We believe that diversity of background and perspective are strengths, and seek to continue to grow a diverse, highly committed, skilled, and collaborative staff. We encourage candidates from various backgrounds to apply.
New
6d ago

Chief Operating Officer

State of North Carolina
Remote or Raleigh, NC
Description of Work

The N.C. Office of the Commissioner of Banks (NCCOB) is responsible for the chartering and regulation of North Carolina's state banks, trust companies, mortgage companies, as well as registration and licensing of various financial institutions operating in North Carolina. Our mission is to promote and maintain the strength and fairness of the North Carolina financial services marketplace through the supervision and regulation of financial service providers in that marketplace.

Position reports directly to the Commissioner. Position has primary responsibility for oversight of operational and administrative functions of the agency. Must be able to coordinate the activities of multiple divisions within the agency, and provide oversight for both strategic planning and operational execution of functions. This position enables the Commissioner and Deputies to devote their time to dealing with regulatory issues, by handling day-to-day supervision of the agency's banking, financial reporting, personnel decisions, facilities coordination, and provisioning of resources to employees.

Primary responsibilities of this position involve:

* ensuring the agency's mission is fulfilled;
* implementing the Commissioner's programs;
* establishing and presenting the agency's budget, including revenue collection strategy, before the State Banking Commission and the General Assembly;
* implementing procedures to achieve purchasing and contracting needs of the agency, including sourcing of goods and services through the E-Procurement system;
* managing employee safety matters, fiscal accountability, and property management;
* supervising personnel directly responsible for human resources, government affairs, information technology development, and various administrative roles; and
* maintaining strong ethical and fiscal responsibilities to serve as an advisor to the Commissioner on financial reporting and accounting decisions.

Employees may be required to work remotely or onsite occasionally at the request of the hiring manager. Selected applicant needs to have the means to telework as the job requires. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities / Competencies

* Knowledge of state/agency's structure, funding sources, and expenditure requirements.
* Thorough knowledge of government accounting, and fiscal practices and procedures relevant to state government agencies.
* Demonstrated ability to evaluate and allocate resources, and direct the budget and contracts to ensure fiscal stability of the agency.
* Ability to convey clear and concise information to individuals and groups, both orally and in writing.
* Ability and willingness to learn agency-specific statutes, rules, and administrative policies.
* Ability to develop and execute short- and long-range plans for the agency.
* Ability to analyze complex or sensitive issues and determine the appropriate protocols.

Minimum Education and Experience Requirements

Master'sdegree in a discipline related to finance, accounting, business administration, or public administration from an accredited institution, ten years of managerial experience in the public or private sectors involving significant decision-making authority in the planning, organizing, and directing of operations, or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.
New
2d ago

Chief Operating Officer

Vinson Hall Retirement Community
McLean, VA
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Vinson Hall Retirement Community (VHRC), a premier non-profit Life Plan Community, located in McLean, VA is currently seeking an experienced
Chief Operating Officer (COO) to join our diverse team of Aging Services executives. VHRC fosters an environment of excellence in quality of care and public service by creating and supporting an inclusive campus that promotes a diverse workforce and differing resident culture and experiences. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer/President, the COO is responsible for the strategic leadership and operational oversight. Ensures compliance with established corporate goals and objectives. Through collaborative and results-oriented leadership, the COO will develop innovative solutions, create trust and credibility and lead positive change management. A collaborative thought leader the COO works alongside the CEO and CFO to create a shared understanding within the team to advance our company mission. Manages unique and critical functions for the Chief Executive Officer; acts as CEO in his/her absence. The ideal candidate for this position will have a minimum of five years of successful leadership experience as in an executive level position in healthcare or senior living organization. This candidate will have excellent interpersonal skills and advance analytical skills with the ability to balance regulatory compliance with person-centered initiatives, resident engagement as well as strategic thinking. VHRC offers a competitive salary and benefits package, a collaborative team experience, and a great work environment committed to person centered care, support and services. Candidate nominations or expressions of personal interest may be directed in confidence to Winoka Clements, Senior Human Resources Director via email: . Vinson Hall is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/V/D.
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11m ago
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Chief Research Ops Officer

Harvard University
Remote or Cambridge, MA
55947BRAuto req ID:55947BRJob Code:361062 Administrative Manager Location:USA - MA - Boston Business Title:Chief Research Operations OfficerSub-Unit:------------ Salary Grade (https://hr.harvard.edu/salary-ranges#ranges) :062Time Status:Full-time Union:00 - Non Union, Exempt or Temporary Basic Qualifications:Ph.D. or equivalent in life sciences or a related field. At least 10 years of experience in complex scientific program management or related fields. At least 10 years of supervisory/management experience.Additional Qualifications and Skills:Strong candidates will have experience managing, in whole or in part, the scientific administration of a large research center and/or program. Creative problem solver who is able to find flexible solutions to challenging administrative issues. Able to thrive in a dynamic environment and bring structure to new and complex initiatives. Strong organizational skills. Ability to multitask and prioritize core activities appropriately to meet milestones. Responsive to tasks, with fast turnaround times. Experience with research grants. Oversight and experience with complex research budgets is preferred. Interest in developing and supporting a strong team. Excellent communication skills and ability to work comfortably with diverse teams. A broad experience base would be helpful, including work in higher education, research centers, industry/startups, and/or consulting.Additional Information: This Staff role may start as a remote position due to the COVID-19 pandemic and while restrictions are still in place. The current remote nature of this role is considered temporary and may change as the University continues to evaluate options. While we continue to monitor the evolving COVID-19 guidelines, local on-campus work may be expected for some roles. Harvard Medical School does support flexible schedules, subject to individual departments' business needs.

Harvard will require COVID vaccination for all Harvard community members who will have any on-campus presence. Individuals may claim exemption from the vaccine requirement for medical or religious reasons. More information regarding the University's COVID vaccination requirement and exceptions may be found at the University's "COVID-19 Vaccine Information" webpage: http://www.harvard.edu/coronavirus/covid-19-vaccine-information/.

Please note that we are currently conducting a majority of interviews and onboarding remotely and virtually. We appreciate your understanding.

We are committed to cultivating an inclusive workplace culture of faculty, staff, and students with diverse backgrounds, styles, abilities, and motivations. We appreciate and leverage the capabilities, insights, and ideas of all individuals. Harvard Medical School Mission and Community Values (https://hms.harvard.edu/about-hms/campus-culture/mission-statement-community-values)
Harvard University offers an outstanding benefits package including:

+ Time Off: 3 - 4 weeks paid vacation, paid holiday break, 12 paid sick days, 12.5 paid holidays, and 3 paid personal days per year.

+ Medical/Dental/Vision: We offer a variety of excellent medical plans, dental & vision plans, all coverage begins as of your start date.

+ Retirement: University-funded retirement plan with full vesting after 3 years of service.

+ Tuition Assistance Program: Competitive tuition assistance program, incredibly affordable classes directly at the Harvard Extension School, and discounted options through participating Harvard grad schools.

+ Transportation: Harvard offers a 50% discounted MBTA pass as well as additional options to assist employees in their daily commute.

+ Wellness options: Harvard offers programs and classes at little or no cost, including stress management, massages, nutrition, meditation, and complementary health services.

+ Harvard access to athletic facilities, libraries, campus events, and many discounts throughout metro Boston.

The Harvard Medical School is not able to provide visa sponsorship for this position.

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Department:Research Operations and Global ProgramsPre-Employment Screening:Credit, Criminal, Education, IdentitySchedule: 35 hrs. per week | Monday - Friday | 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Job Function:General Administration, ResearchJob-Specific Responsibilities:

Harvard Medical School seeks a Chief Research Operations Officer (CROO) in the Office for Research Operations and Global Programs to lead the scientific administration of the HMS dean's research initiatives, and in particular the Therapeutics Initiative, which is tasked with accelerating translation of the world-class fundamental science at HMS toward the medicines of tomorrow through translational research programs and partnerships. The CROO reports to the Dean for Research Operations and Global Programs (DROGP) and works closely to advise and support the Executive Director of Therapeutics Translation (EDTT), who leads the Therapeutics Initiative.

Responsibilities for the Office for Research Operations and Global Programs (the Office) include:

+ Serves as chief advisor and thought partner to the DROGP on all matters of scientific administration, and head administrator for Office operations.

+ Executes scientific administration for HMS dean's research initiatives, including planning, program development, requests for proposals (RFP) process, and grants/awards management, in collaboration with dean's office and faculty leads. Currently over $80M under management.

+ Works with DROGP and HMS dean's office to develop new research initiatives from federal and non-federal (gift, state, foundation) funding sources, such as the Massachusetts Consortium on Pathogen Readiness (MassCPR). Designs overall scientific program operating structure, liaises with faculty leads, develops research workstreams, executes research proposal and review processes (including service as a proposal reviewer as appropriate), and oversees adherence to timelines and milestones of the overall program.

+ Oversees and mentors direct reports, who currently include the Director of Administration (who in turn oversees Office administration and selected programs in conjunction with staff) and the Program Manager (who in turn oversees the Office's program coordinator). In total, the Office currently has 8 team members.

+ Together with the DROGP and Director of Administration, manages the overall functioning of the Office, including administrative, financial, and business issues and office operations.

+ Oversees team to resolve complex issues for the Office such as contracts, legal issues, compliance, and other matters. Works closely with other senior leaders at the University.

+ Serves on and/or leads various committees at HMS, such as the Research Operations Working Group.

Responsibilities for the Therapeutics Initiative include:

+ Under the guidance of the EDTT, oversees or directly executes the administration of industry partnerships within the Therapeutics Initiative, including the existing $30M Harvard-AbbVie alliance. Responsible for overall program execution, project planning, and administrative relations with industry partners, in close collaboration with the Harvard Office for Technology Development.

+ Together with Therapeutics Initiative staff, manages administration of internal HMS translational research programs such as the Quadrangle Fund for Accelerating and Seeding Translational Research (Q- FASTR) and the Blavatnik Therapeutics Challenge Awards (BTCA), including RFP development and process execution and contract execution. Serves as a proposal reviewer as appropriate.

+ Serves as scientific administrator and advisor to EDTT in assembling, submitting, and executing large federal research grant and non-federal gift and grant proposals.

+ Serves as partner to EDTT and Senior Director of Life Lab Longwood to plan and implement the Harvard Blavatnik Life Lab Longwood, an "incubator" space for translational research.

+ Develops and implements administrative plan for the Therapeutics Discovery Service Center, including scientific services offered.

+ Advises EDTT on scientific program planning, organizational and capacity planning, critical reports, fundraising, and overall Therapeutics Initiative administration.

School/Unit:Harvard Medical School EEO Statement:We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions, or any other characteristic protected by law.
9d ago

Chief Operational Officer

Yandex
Remote or Newburyport, MA
We're looking for a passionate leader to launch and scale a brand-new cloud business, pioneering global success.

About our project Cloud-based data management is the fastest-growing part of the Yandex.Cloud platform and globally makes up a market worth approximately $40B. To leverage our unique expertise and scale our regional cloud business, we are building a brand-new data management platform on top of global cloud infrastructure providers: AWS, Google Cloud Platform, Azure, and Alibaba Cloud. We are focused on data analytics and data warehousing scenarios to enhance data-driven business decision-making processes and make them cheaper and faster. Cloud-agnostic by design, the platform combines open-source data engines with our proprietary data visualization and management tools. End-to-end scenarios for various industries, faster time-to-market, and exceptionally competitive pricing are the key differentiators. The project is operated as a spin-off and separate brand from the primary Yandex.Cloud business. Geographies include major hubs in Europe and the US. Remote work is an option; regional office locations to be selected.

About the parent company: Yandex.Cloud Yandex.Cloud is a full-fledged cloud platform that provides B2B customers (enterprise companies, SMBs) and individual developers with scalable infrastructure, storage, machine learning, and development tools to build and enhance cutting-edge digital services and applications. Since its launch in September 2018, Yandex.Cloud has seen continuous growth in terms of both revenue and new customer acquisition.
Что нужно делать:

* launch new business operations in the EU and US;
* lead and unite a cross-functional business team;
* define a go-to-market strategy in cooperation with the product owner and CEO;
* balance resources and priorities to meet business goals.

Мы ждем, что вы:

* experience launching a software/services business from scratch;
* the ability to lead by example using a hands-on approach;
* a relevant background in B2B tech brands (US, EMEA, LATAM, or APAC markets);
* exceptional motivational skills and a growth mindset;
* an analytical mindset to support management decisions built on data;
* a willingness to work with ambiguity and adapt quickly in a fast-changing environment;
* effective influencing and communication skills to work in the context of a geographically distributed and diverse team;
* proficiency in English, with knowledge of Russian, French, German, Spanish, or other European languages an advantage.
19d ago

Chief Operations Officer, Evernorth Behavioral Health

Cigna
Remote
The Evernorth Behavioral Health Chief Operations Officer oversees the end to end customer facing clinical operational needs for the behavioral health business. Leadership responsibilities include overseeing call center operations, 24/7 crisis services, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), as well as all utilization management and clinical case management operations. Additional leadership expectations include people leadership and talent development, financial target management, operational productivity metrics, as well as customer and client satisfaction targets. As the Behavioral Health organization shifts to becoming a stand-alone point solution available to a broader range of prospect clients through Evernorth, this senior clinical leader will play an active and critical role in shaping the future of this business unit.
REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS: This position reports directly to the President of Evernorth Behavioral Health and oversees an organization of approximately 1,100 through five (+/-) direct reports. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Provide leadership oversight to all operational areas supporting the behavioral health clinical support for customers Ensure all clinical compliance requirements are met within day to day operations of the organization, in partnership with compliance team Provide operational leadership oversight to all new product design opportunity feasibility and execution, in partnership with behavioral health product teams Influence and lead teams to identify ongoing areas of operational effectiveness, process improvement, and efficiency of work processes, without sacrificing customer and client satisfaction Create an operations culture that focuses on purpose driven passion, accountability, and flawless execution Open collaboration across behavioral health leadership as this independent business continues to grow; including network, product, new sales growth, and compliance QUALIFICATIONS: 13-17 years of relevant experience Strong operational and people leadership experience preferred Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to collaborate well Exceptional written and verbal communication skills and presentation skills. Adaptable with the ability to navigate complex dynamics and ambiguity. Ability to effectively cope with setbacks. Collaborative communication style with strong ability to influence others Self-starter who can work well independently as well as with the broader team. Ability to travel - up to 25% required This role is WAH/Flex which allows most of the work to be performed at home. Employees must be fully vaccinated if they come on site. Preferred worksite locations include Eden Prairie, MN, St. Louis, MO and Bloomfield, CT. About Evernorth Evernorth, Cigna Corporation's health services segment, exists to elevate health for all. We're building on our legacy and redefining health care as we know it. Unbiased in how we think, we create without limitation. We partner without constraints, deliver value differently and act in the interest of humanity. Solving across silos, closing gaps in care, and empowering clients, customers, and people everywhere to move onward and upward. When you work with us, you'll be empowered to solve the problems others don't, won't or can't. Join us. What difference will you make? Qualified applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, age, disability, sex, childbirth (including pregnancy) or related medical conditions including but not limited to lactation, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran or military status, religion, national origin, ancestry, marital or familial status, genetic information, status with regard to public assistance, citizenship status or any other characteristic protected by applicable equal employment opportunity laws. If you require reasonable accommodation in completing the online application process, please email: SeeYourself@cigna.com for support. Do not email SeeYourself@cigna.com for an update on your application or to provide your resume as you will not receive a response.
New
17h ago

VP, Chief Innovation Officer

Acuity International
Reston, VA
As we transition to Acuity International, you may see references to Caliburn or Caliburn International in our job postings and application process.

Please note that as of October 1st, Caliburn International is Acuity International and as we phase out our postings and current applications, our company name will be updated.

Our vision aims to empower our clients by actively leveraging our broad range of services. With our global presence, we have career opportunities all across the world which can lead to a unique, exciting and fulfilling career path. Pick your path today! To see what career opportunities we have available, explore below to find your next career!
The Company

Caliburn International is a leading provider of professional services and solutions to U.S. federal government agencies and commercial clients. We provide specialized engineering, advanced medical care, and professional services as well as large-scale program management in support of our core markets of national defense, international diplomacy, healthcare, and homeland security client readiness. Caliburn employs approximately 7,000 dedicated professionals deployed across five continents.

Caliburn Sectors

Engineering & Technical Services

Healthcare & Advanced Medical Services

Global Mission Services

Background/Scope of the Role

We are looking for a Vice President, Chief Innovation Officer (CINO) to join our leadership team and help us take the company to the next level. The experienced CINO will play an integral role in transforming the way our three sectors; Healthcare & Advance Medical Services, Engineering & Technical Services and Global Mission Services, engage the market. This position will be responsible for innovating new solutions and services that differentiate Caliburn in the marketplace. The CINO is responsible for ideation, strategy creation and all product management activities required to bring a new solution to the market. In this role, the CINO will serve as the overall owner of product development and strategically focus on the specific and unique needs of our clients, prospects, and channel partners, and identify and introduce products and capabilities that drive continued profitable growth. This position will report directly to our EVP, Chief Revenue Officer and will work in partnership with our senior leadership and partner cross-functionally with operations, information technology and other parts of the organization to achieve success metrics.

The ideal incumbent will have a proven history of building strong client relationships and intimacy combined with market expertise to specify, strategize, and define growth opportunities.

Key Responsibilities:

* Drive innovation and other disruptive technology strategies including products, services, and processes.
* Assess industry and community market trends, leading to the generation of innovative ideas.
* Recognize promising ideas and finds way to introduce them into the future plans and discard ideas that are ineffective, costly or beyond the scope of the company's mission or abilities to develop.
* Conduct due diligence on the capabilities of partners and evaluates the various alternatives for venture, adoption, and/or growth.
* Create standardized outreach for current and future clients and coordinate implementation across sales channels, client management, and marketing and communication
* Define requirements for and procure the required technologies that underpin and enable revenue growth activities
* Create business case, using research, data, and scenario modeling to demonstrate full understanding of range of potential outcomes
* Develop product positioning, launch and overall communication strategy. Socialize widely to confirm full organizational alignment and support.

Qualifications:

The successful candidate will bring significant consulting experience, client relationships and domain knowledge; and will provide leadership, strategic direction, and business development support to grow the business.

At minimum:

* A college graduate holding a BA/BS degree, MD; MBA desired but not required. Minimum 10+ years of experience in business development and leadership with a proven ability to lead teams.
* Senior executive with relevant professional experience in implementing and executing a diverse array of strategy and planning services, preferably in an global environment.
* Aptitude for working with data/statistics. Understanding of client needs and challenges, of different country/regional areas, market idiosyncrasies, and drivers of change.
* Strong customer focus with ability to build strategic, high-level relationships with client base
* Customer intimacy within the Department of Air Force, Department of Navy, State Department, Department of Defense experience, Department of Health and Human Services or US Army Corps of Engineers.
* Understanding of market dynamics with ability to build effective marketing and solution offerings
* Executive presence and effective in leading an organization while being a collaborative member of a team.
* Excellent leadership and mentoring skills. An outstanding listener and communicator. Someone who facilitates an open exchange of ideas and fosters an atmosphere of open communication.
* Well-versed in complex direct and channel sales processes.
* Strategically view the marketplace, analyze opportunities, and successfully manage the growth of a profitable enterprise services and solutions business.
* Highly motivated with an ability to create and work collaboratively with multiple skills leveled sales team
* Ability to craft and execute a business strategy that will allow for future channel expansion
* Strategic and highly analytical with a leaning towards data-driven decision making and execution
* Ability to mobilize stakeholders outside of his/her individual span of control.
* Active clearance or ability to obtain and maintain a TS/SCI clearance.

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

Acuity International is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, sex, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.
20d ago

Chief Operating Officer

First 5 Los Angeles
Remote or Los Angeles, CA
Organization Chart

Travel & Residency Requirements:

To ensure the safety and health of our employees during the COVID-19 pandemic, First 5 LA employees will continue to work remotely through the end of 2021. Subject to changing public health conditions, First 5 LA plans to transition to a hybrid work organization beginning in 2022. At that time, this position may require travel locally, statewide, and nationally, as needed.

First 5 LA does not permit employees to work remotely out of state. Upon acceptance of an offer from First 5 LA, we require proof of in-state residency. If the residence is located outside of the Greater Los Angeles area, an employee working remotely must provide assurance that they will be able to begin working onsite in the First 5 LA building when needed when we transition to a hybrid work organization.

Remote work is at the sole discretion of First 5 LA.

Mandatory Vaccination Requirements:

First 5 LA requires all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, unless they are entitled to a reasonable accommodation under applicable law.

BACKGROUND AND OPPORTUNITY

Overview: First 5 LA is a leading early childhood advocacy organization, systems-change leader, and grant-maker, which seeks results through policy change, practice change and public-will building. It does so with diverse partners who share First 5 LA's aspirations for children and with an intentional focus on diversity, equity and inclusion. Over the past 20+ years, First 5 LA has invested more than $2 billion to improve the wellbeing of children prenatal to age five. The FY 2020-21 budget of $120 million makes First 5 LA one of the largest investors in early childhood wellbeing in the country.

2020-28 Strategic Plan: In November 2019, First 5 LA's Board of Commissioners approved the 2020-28 Strategic Plan that boldly articulates the organization's "North Star" - that by 2028, all children in Los Angeles County will enter kindergarten ready to succeed in school and life. To reach its North Star, First 5 LA works with partners (including nonprofit and advocacy organizations, public agencies, elected officials and communities) to enhance systems in L.A. County to be more family-centered and child-focused. The Strategic Plan reaffirms the commitment to systems change and greater focus on what First 5 LA is doing to make a tangible difference in the lives of children today and tomorrow.

Operational/Administrative Change Mandate: To fulfill its multiple roles as advocate, systems change leader, grant-maker and partner, First 5 LA has been working to improve its business processes and practices, structure, staffing and culture to align with the strategic direction and enable meaningful progress towards the North Star. For the first time, the Strategic Plan includes a specific focus on improving operational effectiveness.

As a part of Strategic Plan implementation, the organizational structure evolved in November 2020, to align to the refined strategy. More broadly, the Plan recognizes the role that staffing, business processes and culture play in improving operational effectiveness. As such, leaders at all levels of the organization are expected to play a critical role in shaping and leading the organization's evolution by fostering a culture that embodies the adopted organizational values (collaboration, learning, integrity, and diversity, equity and inclusion) in all interactions and in the work internally and externally.

Opportunity: The role of the new Chief Operating Officer, Center for Operational Excellence (COO) was established as part of First 5 LA's unwavering commitment to be a high-impact organization that contributes to the achievement of results for children and families in partnership with others. The COO reports directly to the Executive Director and is a member of First 5 LA's Senior Leadership Team, which includes five additional Chiefs and the Executive Vice President - all of whom are direct reports and key advisors to the Executive Director.

The COO is responsible for working collaboratively across the organization to shape and guide First 5 LA's internal operational systems, processes and culture changes critical to the impact sought for young children and their families. The COO oversees the Center for Operational Excellence (COE), comprising 27 staff, projects and initiatives totaling $18.5 million. The Center is organized into four teams (Contract Administration & Purchasing, Finance, Information Technology and Workplace Management), which report to the COO.

As an organization-wide leader, the COO will model and embed the organization's values into the operations and administrative work. In particular, the COO is expected to: embrace difference in perspectives and experiences, actively engage colleagues across the organization, regardless of position or level of authority, continuously challenge assumptions underlying approaches, and seek solutions to achieve operational excellence.

History: In 1998 California voters passed Proposition 10, which levied a 50-cent per pack tax on all tobacco products. The resulting tax revenues were earmarked for the creation of a comprehensive system of information and services to advance early childhood development and school readiness within each county in California. In Los Angeles County, the First 5 LA Commission was formed as a public entity that develops and oversees various early childhood initiatives and manages funding from Proposition 10.

Governance: The First 5 LA Board of Commissioners comprises 17 members (nine voting, four ex-officio, and four alternates). Currently, the Board includes voting members appointed by each of the Los Angeles County Supervisors and the County departments of Mental Health, Public Health, and Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE). The Chairman of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors designates a Board representative to serve on the Board of Commissioners.

More information is available at www.first5la.org.

POSITION SUMMARY

The COO is an organization-wide leader, a member of the Senior Leadership Team and a direct report and key advisor to the Executive Director. As an organization-wide leader, the COO plans, coordinates, and prioritizes the COE's work in close collaboration with members of the senior and broader leadership teams as well as staff throughout the organization.

Leading with an adaptive mindset, the COO partners with the COE leadership team to achieve operational excellence by improving internal processes, workflows, procedures and systems. They cultivate and grow the administrative and operational systems that support First 5 LA's work as an advocate, systems change leader, partner and grant maker. The COO develops and maintains effective relationships with internal stakeholders and external partners in government, non-profits and the private sector.

The COO invests in growing the capabilities of the COE leadership and their teams, and works with colleagues across the organization to develop performance metrics to measure progress on change efforts. While adhering to the requirements of First 5 LA's status as a public entity, the COO leads a culture which embraces transformation and continual improvement. Given First 5 LA's evolving fiscal reality, the COO ensures the organization maximizes available revenue sources and, when appropriate, partners with the Executive Vice President and Center for Child & Family Impact team and others to pursue new dedicated revenue for early childhood.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

Key Areas of Oversight:

* Leads the COE team, developing the internal leadership capacity and the skills, knowledge and relationships needed to fully execute the Center's mission to understand and support the core business and contribute to overall organizational impact;
* Shapes and cultivates a culture of transformation and continual improvement that embraces COE's role in achieving the goals described in the Strategic Plan;
* Oversees Center resource allocation, performance metrics, partnership agreements, contracts, data collection, and learning;
* Manages the Center consistent with the requirements of a public entity, and as a good steward of public tax dollars;
* Ensures that operational and administrative functions align with organizational values and First 5 LA's strategic direction;
* Oversees finance, accounting, payroll and audit functions consistent with Commission-approved financial policies; adds value to the development, Commission adoption and implementation of the annual budget, long term financial planning, and administrative cap;
* Oversees contract administration and procurement; offers thought-partnership and direction in developing alternatives, solving problems, developing agreements with external partners, and interfacing with legal counsel to develop approaches and solutions as needed;
* Ensures appropriate level of organizational risk management across the COE functional areas; and oversees policies and procedures to detect and prevent illegal, unethical or improper conduct;
* Oversees development and execution of information technology strategy; provides input and insights as to the technology needs of the organization, and approves the selection of hardware, software, business applications, contractors and vendors to support the IT platform and maintain data security;
* Oversees the public records management processes in accordance with the organization's records management policy;
* Ensures that the physical and virtual working environments provide a safe, collaborative and productive climate for operations through planning, capital improvements, building services, maintenance, and information technology;
* Serves as the executive sponsor for organization-wide, COE-led projects.

Essential Duties:

* Advises the Executive Director and Commission, when needed, on all facets of the internal operations; effectively communicates and advocates for improvements in organizational effectiveness and champions problem-solving;
* Drives internal system change and process improvement efforts, enabling and promoting a culture of learning and continual improvement which will grow the team's capacity to deliver on strategic objectives;
* Hires, leads, mentors, supervises and evaluates COE's team directors, adding value to the leadership and management of their respective teams through coaching, thought-partnership and problem-solving
* Resolves operational and administrative issues, interprets organizational policy and enforces consistency of organizational values, policies and procedures; keeps Executive Director apprised of problems and solutions; elevates matters for review, input and decisions as needed;
* Elevates new ideas and proven strategies to leverage First 5 LA's resources, maximize revenue and address sustainability challenges;
* Develops the Center's annual budget proposal, monitors expenditures against the budget and administrative cap, and makes on-going adjustments as needed;
* Approves resolutions to workplace and facilities issues, including office moves, desk configurations, storage, maintenance and painting, parking and security;
* Collaborates with the Center for Children & Family Impact and Offices of Communications, Data for Action, Equity, Strategy & Learning and Government Affairs & Public Policy to find innovative and efficient solutions to support the operational and administrative functions of the organization;
* Understands the broader Los Angeles County ecosystem in which First 5 LA works;
* Keeps apprised of and interprets all laws, regulations, statutes, rules and policies affecting First 5 LA and Proposition 10 .

QUALIFICATIONS

The successful candidate will be passionate about improving the lives of young children and their families. This senior executive will be authentic and have a natural desire to make a difference in others' lives. They will carry their significant knowledge, skills and experience with humility. They will be recognized for being inclusive and collaborative, with a strong track record in organizational change leadership, team and staff development, and leading work through empowering others.

This leader has 15 years (preferred) of progressively more responsible leadership or management experience in operations (finance, contracts, workplace/facilities and information technology) of government, philanthropy or non-profit organizations. Previous professional experience as a leader of the full breadth of administrative functions and in the public sector is highly desired. A background that includes work for public agencies engaged in systems change in social services, health, early care and education or child welfare is preferred.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

* Deep strategic and systems thinker with intellectual curiosity about all the functions of COE and the ability to connect the administrative functions to organizational values and impact;
* Adaptive mindset with the demonstrated ability to work with diverse internal and external partners and stakeholders, including many within public systems, to advance aligned goals and adapt to changing contexts, opportunities and challenges;
* Knowledge of innovative systems improvement in the public sector; ability to seek out and develop the best ideas to improve administrative systems and processes to execute on First 5 LA's Strategic Plan; outstanding project management skills; ability to oversee multiple work streams/projects/teams simultaneously;
* Deep commitment and understanding of anti-racism and the experiences of childhood; capacity to build on the internal Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) initiatives of the organization;
* Knowledge of historical and current context and root causes of inequities within society, systems and institutions, value a diversity of perspectives and encourage contributions by all team members.
* Effective facilitator of integration and performance; ability to drive process improvement metrics, and provide insights and draw conclusions from financial metrics, evaluation data and other learnings;
* Leadership and influencing skills to promote trust, collaboration and partnership and move teams forward through organizational change;
* Excellent written and oral communication skills with demonstrated ability to develop and deliver executive and Commission-level communications;
* Ability to read, interpret and contribute to financial planning documents and budgets;
* Ability to inform, plan, coordinate, collaborate, prioritize and execute across the Senior Leadership Team;
* Effective people manager who actively provides direction, guidance and feedback to strengthen knowledge, develop skills, accomplish tasks and solve problems;
* Innovator who leverages financial resources beyond Prop 10 revenue for the benefit of the organization;
* Thoughtful leader who considers internal and external stakeholder needs and incorporates those impacts in decision-making;
* Demonstrated analytical and critical thinking skills; provides recommendations with supporting rationale and business rationale;
* Ability to orient to the whole of the organization; to link multiple perspectives, interests, and related processes to reach consensus and develop strategies; and to balance team needs and interests with an organization-wide perspective .

Experience:

* Minimum of 15 years of progressively more responsible leadership or management experience in operations of a government, philanthropy or non-profit organization. Experience in public agencies in social services, health, early care and education or child welfare highly desired;
* Strong understanding and previous leadership of the range of functions within COE (finance, contracts, workplace/facilities and information technology);
* Recognized as an organizational change management leader, with the experience of working through team members to align staffing, processes and culture to strategy;
* Recognized as an effective thought-partner and collaborator to top decision-makers, someone who has the insight and judgement to offer solutions to complex problems and issues, and the confidence and tenacity to effectively represent their point of view;
* Demonstrated success in administrative planning and control, including budgeting;
* Track-record of working in collaboration with colleagues and internal/external partners with diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds, political and religious views, cultural backgrounds, lifestyles, and sexual orientation with demonstrated experience of treating everyone with respect and dignity;
* Demonstrated success in working with a diversity of partners to identify, design, test and spread innovative and proven approaches to address organizational goals;
* Track record of hiring, cultivating and leading high-performing teams that implement integrated strategies with measurable outcomes;
* Recognized for accurately and quickly assessing problems, thinking strategically about solutions and leading teams through problem solving;
* Track record of effectively prioritizing work, knowing when to lean in and when to back away based on prudent financial management, staff capacity and sustainability;
* Track record of effectively working through external partners, grantees, vendors and contractors to achieve organizational goals;
* Demonstrated success at navigating political sensitivities and building relationships.

Education:

* Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in public administration, business administration, finance or a related field;
* Advanced degree preferred.

Remote Work:

* To protect the safety and health of employees during the COVID-19 pandemic, First 5 LA employees will continue to work remotely through the end of 2021. Subject to changing public health conditions, First 5 LA plans to transition to a hybrid work organization beginning in 2022, allowing a combination of on-site work in First 5 LA's offices and remote work options.
* First 5 LA does not permit employees to work remotely out of state. Upon acceptance of an offer from First 5 LA, proof of in-state residency is required. If the residence is located outside of the Greater Los Angeles area, an employee working remotely must provide assurance that they will be able to begin working onsite when the organization returns to the First 5 LA building.
* Remote work is not guaranteed and is at the sole discretion of First 5 LA.

Computer Skills:

* Proficiency in MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook);
* Proficiency in web-based collaboration and/or meeting platforms (Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Sli-do etc.)

Travel Requirements:

* Position requires travel locally, statewide and nationally as needed.

The statements in this narrative represent typical elements, criteria, and general work performed; they are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required for the position.

COMPENSATION & BENEFITS

Compensation:

First 5 LA offers a competitive senior non-profit or government executive salary.

Health:

First 5 LA pays for 100% of the premiums for employee and dependents for medical, dental, vision benefits, and for employee's life and long-term disability insurance policies; benefit eligibility takes effect on the first of the month following 30 days of employment.

Retirement Savings:

First 5 LA offers a 403(b) retirement savings and investment plan through The Standard. First 5 LA makes a contribution to employee retirement savings of 3% of salary for less than 5 years of service, 4.5% for 5-9 years; 6% for 10-14 years; 7.5% for 15 years or more.

In addition, First 5 LA matches 100% of an employee's elective contribution, up to 3% of salary after 2 years of service or more; a matching benefit of 1% of salary is available from the first day of employment, and increases to 2% of salary after the first year.

JOB SUMMARY
36d ago

Chief Operating Officer (E-Commerce/Direct Response)

Healthy Back Institute
Remote or Austin, TX
A Very Exciting Opportunity for Ecommerce Operations Executive-Remote.

Hello and welcome…

My name is Jesse Cannone, and I am the CEO of The Healthy Back Institute! I have an extraordinary remote opportunity for a solid and experienced COO to join my all-star team and me in taking our already successful company to its next evolution of growth.

We seek an operational executive with deep experience helping direct response, online, and/or direct-to-consumer packaged goods companies scale and grow to reach operational excellence.

If you are someone who not only cares about making an impact with the work you do but cares about the people with whom you do that work, please read on...

About Us:

Here at the Healthy Back Institute, we are on a mission to change the way people think about health and support people in their journey to live life pain-free. Over the past 17 years, we have literally helped millions of people from all over the world to live pain-free, both safely and naturally. Check out some of the incredible success stories from our customers.

We accomplish this via a combination of cutting-edge educational information and proven, effective, and premium quality products, which are marketed and sold via both direct response and e-commerce marketing.

We are a purpose-driven organization and believe that conscious capitalism can solve most, if not all, of the world's problems. We believe that the goal of business is to create value by helping people solve problems while doing no harm, unlike so many other companies who put profit first and at any cost.

Everything that happens at the Healthy Back Institute is rooted in our core values and our purpose to free people from pain. These are the foundations of how we serve our customers and how we treat each other.

Check out our reviews on Glassdoor to learn more about our healthy and unique culture!

The Role:

As the Head of Operations for HBI, you provide the expert vision, leadership, and day-to-day oversight necessary to ensure that the company has the proper administrative and operational processes, controls, reporting, people, and systems in place to successfully execute its strategic plan, including effectively scaling the organization to ensure financial strength and operational excellence.

The Team:

Reporting directly to the Founder and CEO, this role will lead our Operations focused departments in scaling for growth, creating impactful results and meaningful experiences across our People, Processes, and Systems.

The operational focus will include Customer Success, Project Management, Legal & Compliance, People & Culture, Data & Analytics, and Order Operations, including Purchasing, Inventory, and Fulfillment.

Who You Are:

* Proactive Planner who seeks alignment to the vision across all people, processes, and systems.
* Servant Leader who instills trust and creates an environment of courageous candor building effective teams greater than the sum of their parts.
* Operational Organizer & Optimizer who excels at architecting effective workflows as well as is gifted at always seeing how to make things work better.
* Customer Focused with empathy, informed by data. You have a strong working understanding of the customer AND the data and use it to deliver valuable business insights and make operational improvements.
* Strong Sense...common and otherwise. Your ability to glean insights from both empirical data and anecdotal information allows you to see more than others and leads to effective plans and making high-quality decisions for the business.

Experience You Have:

* 10+ years in diversified Operations roles with time serving as the Head of Operations at a VP or COO level in a direct-to-consumer products business.
* E-commerce and/or direct response industry experience
* Proven success scaling a mid-size organization from 100 employees to 300 employees and to $200+ million in revenue.
* Prior success managing a remote company and/or remote team.
* Significant general management and P&L experience
* Ability to execute a business strategy, measure ROI, and identify clear KPIs.
* History of effective decision-making based on business metrics
* Inspirational leadership style and hands-on approach

How You'll Make an Impact:

* Oversee effective and efficient day-to-day operations leading the Operations organization guiding, scaling, and driving operational success.
* Effectively coach, lead and grow the departments and team leaders within the Operations Organization.
* Opportunities, challenges, and KPIs you'll be excited to help us with:
* Company Rebrand…lead the charge by creating the plan and gathering all of the pieces to execute this major initiative in an effective way that not only creates a positive trajectory for the organization's efforts to scale but does not create a negative impact to lead flow.
* Overhaul the organization's workflows, planning, and processes building an internal infrastructure that supports growth and brings a new level of operational efficiency and rigor that will prepare and empower us for future growth opportunities.

The Details

* OPERATIONS:
* Purchasing Inventory and Fulfillment
* Ensure we are producing the best quality products for the lowest possible cost.
* Ensure we always have sufficient inventory to cover forecasted demand as well as reserves for risk mitigation
* Ensure orders are shipping as expected.
* Ensure shipping times and costs are within expected ranges.

* Order Management
* Ensure orders are processed correctly and that all associated metrics are within the normal range (ie. CC auth, declined orders, refund rates, etc.

* Project & Resource Management
* Ensure all company projects are planned well and executed on time and within budget.
* Ensure company resources are being managed wisely and effectively.

* Compliance & Legal
* Ensure the company is operating within the law and following all required compliance measures.
* Partner with C-Suite and outside legal resources to manage any and all legal issues if/when they arise.

* CUSTOMER SUCCESS
* Ensure the department is meeting or exceeding goals for quality and speed of customer service.
* Ensure we are proactively managing and improving our brand reputation.
* Create and maintain an effective customer experience that is easy, effective, and meets our customer's needs.

* PEOPLE/CULTURE
* Attract, engage and retain the right teammates in the right seats at the right time.
* Ensure the company is staffed according to our plans, budget, and goals.
* Ensure the company is living and operating according to our values.

* DATA & ANALYTICS
* Ensure all data operations and projects are accurate and timely.
* Ensure we are capturing clean data and optimizing it effectively to make effective business decisions.
* Support the various teams and leaders in providing readily available data and reporting so that analytics can be used company-wide to make data-driven decisions.

Why You'll Love It Here:

* The People. You will be surrounded by some of the most talented, supportive, smart, and kind people, leaders, and teams - people with whom you'd be proud to work. (Listen to what people have to say about working here)
* The Mission. At HBI, we are relentlessly focused on helping people live pain-free lives. It feels great to serve others - and HBI is the leader in helping people to get quick, safe, and lasting pain relief.
* The Values. The opportunity to make a difference with teammates who believe in our core values of Helping People, Trust, Service, Family, and Being Great!

The Benefits:

* A healthy work/life balance and flexible schedule
* Remote/virtual work from home position
* Medical, dental, & vision insurance
* 401K Retirement Plan
* Life and disability insurance
* Flexible PTO
* Paid travel
* Paid continuing education
* Performance-based bonuses
* Phantom stock options
* Discount on HBI products
* An amazing team-centered culture felt at all levels of the company!

Close:

If after reading all of this you feel strongly that our mission excites you, our values align, and that you have what it takes to excel in this role, I definitely want to hear from you.

Please Note: Before applying for the role, know that we take hiring very seriously. Interviewing with us may include video and phone interviews, assessments, projects, and scenario-based situations. Although we are unable to follow up with each and every candidate, we do our best to run a thorough process for candidates with whom we identify a potential fit.

KEYWORDS:

* COO, VP Operations, Head of Operations, Operations Leader, Chief Operating Officer
* Direct response, Direct to consumer
* Ecommerce
* Nutritional supplements
* Nutraceuticals
* Natural health & wellness

Close:

HBI is an equal opportunity employer. All aspects of employment, including the decision to hire, promote, discipline, or discharge, will be based on merit, competence, performance, and business needs. We do not discriminate based on race, color, religion, marital status, age, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, pregnancy, genetic information, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status, or any other status protected under federal, state, or local law.

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11d ago

Chief Executive Officer - CEO Consultant

Exechq
Bethesda, MD
ExecHQ™ is a consulting firm comprised of executives with extensive C-Suite (e.g. CFO, COO, CMO, CEO, etc.) experience delivering on-demand and cost-effective solutions for complex business problems faced by CEOs and business owners.

We offer fractional, interim or project-based services to clients that need a higher level of expertise or experience than they currently have or have the ability to retain on a full-time basis. We believe that every company deserves the right executive. We believe that many CEOs and/or business owners can better focus on their core responsibilities and reach maximum effectiveness when they are able to take off some of their multiple hats, delegating these areas of responsibility to trusted business advisors.

Consulting CEO to work with the other principals in our firm to provide the best solutions to our clients across the globe. Apply your knowledge and expertise gained from your experience as a full-time or consulting CEO to help business owners and/or CEOs help their organizations as they need. We are looking for CEOs with an entrepreneurial spirit who want to work with a firm who treats their consultants as its #1 priority, and clients a close second.

+ Apply your skills and knowledge as a Chief Executive Officer to assist your clients as needed with leadership, turnarounds, taking them to the next level, Executive coaching, building effective teams, etc.

+ Employ our training and coaching to expand your business network, build great business relationships, follow-up and help to close leads for new clients that come to your attention.

+ Able to interact with CEOs/Business owners at a peer level and willing to listen, learn, ask the relevant questions to determine the core issues in an organization.

+ Assemble a team of individuals from within the client, from our team of C-Suite level consultants and/or from any of our Strategic Alliance Partner Firms as needed to bring the best solutions to your client.

+ As a principal and consulting CEO within our firm, you will interact with other C-Suite-experienced individuals who have backgrounds as CEOs, CFOs, COOs, CMOs, CHROs, CIOs, CTOs, etc. who also have the same mission to bring about the best solutions for our clients.
Qualifications and Skills

+ Bachelors degree in business, accounting or related field required. MBA or other relevant Master's degree preferred.

+ Five or more years experience as a CEO, business owner or equivalent position.

Benefits and Perks

+ We offer access to our Cigna health insurance plan (medical, vision and dental).

+ Various discounts and corporate perks.

+ Our firm does not have buy-in or startup fees and you can retain 97% of revenues billed to clients.

+ Be part of a fast-growing, entrepreneurial team of C-Suite executives who are given the autonomy, tools, training and coaching so you can do what's best for you and your family...and for your clients.

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Average Salary For a President/Chief Executive Officer

Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a President/Chief Executive Officer is $225,452 per year or $108 per hour. The highest paying President/Chief Executive Officer jobs have a salary over $411,000 per year while the lowest paying President/Chief Executive Officer jobs pay $123,000 per year

Average President/Chief Executive Officer Salary
$225,000 yearly
$108 hourly
Updated October 24, 2021
123000
10 %
225000
Median
411000
90 %

Highest Paying Cities For President/Chief Executive Officer

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CityascdescAvg. salaryascdescHourly rateascdesc
Washington, DC
$297,069
$142.82
Parsippany-Troy Hills, NJ
$293,490
$141.10
Philadelphia, PA
$289,203
$139.04
Phoenix, AZ
$272,333
$130.93
Ann Arbor, MI
$267,694
$128.70
Ithaca, NY
$258,010
$124.04

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Security Director

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