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  • Vice President for Institutional Field Relations

    Middle States Commission on Higher Education - Vice President for Institutional Field Relations Representing the Vice President Unit as a member of projects, through presentations, and/or on staff advisory committees. 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. The Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE) invites inquiries, nominations, and applications for the position of Vice President for Institutional Field Relations. Under the supervision of the Senior Vice President for Accreditation Relations, the incumbent of this position is responsible for the following: The Middle States Commission on Higher Education is an institutional accreditor recognized by the United States Department of Education (see
    $148.9k-154k yearly18d ago
  • President

    PandoLogic. Keywords: President, Location: Washington, DC - 20037 The President is the Chief Executive Officer of the University and is accountable to the Board of Trustees and the Members of the sponsoring congregation. Requirements for the position include the following: a Catholic who has respect for the founding sponsors' traditions and charism; an earned doctorate preferred; and credentials, character traits and experience appropriate for a 21st-century university president. The President must be an advocate for liberal arts and professional program education; demonstrate a significant disposition toward fairness and transparency in governance and compliance; and, most importantly, have a commitment to the mission and values of the University. As an innovative and forward-thinking leader, the President is responsible for providing strategic and entrepreneurial leadership to ensure continuation of the exemplary success in all academic and operational areas. ) invites inquiries, nominations and applications for the position of President. Hyatt-Fennell. Please visit for an expanded profile of the position.
    $145k-251k yearly est.2d 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.
    $126k-156k yearly est.4d ago
  • Vice President for Finance and Administration - chief financial and administrative officer

    The Vice President also serves as the Human Resources officer of the school. Meadville Lombard Theological School is a graduate school affiliated with the Unitarian Universalist Association having roots dating back to 1844. Vice President for Finance and Administration
    $73k-93k yearly est.2d ago
  • Vice President, Institutional Advancement

    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. 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. 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.
    $141k-216k yearly est.11d ago
  • Chief Financial Officer

    The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) leads the Business Affairs division, a group of strong professionals who execute a diverse set of activities in support of the ongoing operation of the university. Keywords: Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Location: Washington, DC - 20037
    $119k-224k yearly est.15d ago
  • Vice President for Advancement

    The Vice President for Advancement provides leadership, planning, and supervision of the Advancement Office and is responsible for implementing all fundraising, alumni relations, and marketing and communications strategies. Don Bosco Prep seeks a dynamic Vice President of Advancement who is, first and foremost, is committed to the spirit of Saint John Bosco and living the Salesian charism. PandoLogic. Keywords: VP of Fundraising, Location: Washington, DC - 20037 Reporting to the President, the Vice President of Advancement is a member of the senior leadership team and supports the Advancement Committee of the Board of Trustees.
    $138k-206k yearly est.6d ago
  • Vice President for Advancement

    Established in 1963, the Institute for Shipboard Education (ISE) is a 501(c) non-profit organization. ISE seeks an accomplished, strategic, and experienced leader to serve as its next Vice President for Advancement (VPA).
    $150k-170k yearly28d 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. -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 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. Apple FCU is deeply rooted in the community; we value and embrace workplace diversity.
    $132k-163k 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.10d ago
  • Chief Information and Operations Officer

    Innovative Defense Technologies (IDT), provider of automated software testing, data analysis, and cybersecurity solutions for complex, mission-critical systems in the US Department of Defense (DOD), is seeking a Chief Information and Operations Officer (CIOO) to be based in our Arlington, VA office.
    $122k-177k yearly est.18d ago
  • Managing Director of Outreach

    Passion for Mercatus' mission and belief that markets solve problems and can help us lead happier, healthier, and more fulfilling lives 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.
    $101k-187k yearly est.21d ago
  • Director RA CMC

    We are looking for a Director Regulatory Affairs CMC to join a innovative Translational & Clinical CRO.
    $72k-126k yearly est.8d ago
  • Director, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Justice

    HIAS seeks a Director, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Justice to lead the development and implementation of proactive diversity, equity, inclusion and justice (DEIJ) initiatives in support of HIAS' mission and values?They will lead the development of a vision and effective strategy that champions the importance and value of a diverse and inclusive environment for HIAS' global staff. Plans, guides and advises leadership on strengthening HIAS' culture of diversity, equity, inclusion and justice; collaborates with management to create, implement and monitor programs designed to ensure fair and equitable treatment of staff. Leads HIAS' DEIJ staff working group and supports initiatives of the working group.
    $44k-60k yearly est.17h 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.18d ago
  • KippsDeSanto - Vice President, Aerospace and Defense Investment Banking

    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. Prior Associate and Vice President experience (with a track-record of being promoted internally) Capital One promotes a drug-free workplace. 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.
    $129k-189k yearly est.3d ago
  • Vice President of Digital, Political

    The Vice President of Digital, Political Vice President of Digital, Political Managing TLC Political's digital services for the Political Practice, including overseeing strategy, production, client relationships, vendor relationships, business administration, and special projects TLC Political is an award-winning direct response marketing agency that is seeking a They will report to the Senior Vice President, Political. Periodically reviewing TLC Political's digital technology stack (e.g., email vendor, ad platforms, etc.), pricing structures, and workflow processes
    $142k-217k yearly est.17d ago
  • Chief Development Officer

    Goodwill Industries International Rockville, MD (Open to Remote Employment) 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
    $34k-86k yearly est.6d ago
  • Digital Strategy Officer

    Description The Foundation for the National Institutes of Health (FNIH) seeks an experienced and results-driven Digital Strategy Officer to enhance its talented team of communicators. The Foundation for the National Institutes of Health (FNIH) creates and manages alliances with public and private institutions in support of the mission of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the world's premier medical research agency. As the Digital Strategy Officer, you will be responsible for setting up, implementing, and managing the overall organization's digital communications strategy to raise awareness about the FNIH brand; its leadership; and its programs, training initiatives, and events, including fundraising events.
    $135k-209k yearly est.11d ago
  • Executive Vice President - Chief Operating Officer

    Provides oversight of program office senior executives and general management of Ginnie Mae operations, assuming fiscal responsibility for over 2-trillion-dollar mortgage guaranty operation, with over a $1 billion in annual receipts, and congressionally appropriated budget in excess of $40 million, supported by a workforce of over 500 employees and contractors. The GNMA or Ginnie Mae is the primary financing mechanism for all government-insured or government mortgage loans. Assumes responsibility for the success of major projects of specific interest to the Office of the President and executive leadership and any new departmental program initiatives impacting Ginnie Mae. Executive Vice President - Chief Operations Officer Assess and develop operational capacity for Ginnie Mae policy, program, and project efforts. Represents Ginnie Mae President and Principal Executive Vice President (PEVP) during briefings or negotiations within the Department as well as with Congress, agency partners and public interest groups.
    $234k-331k yearly est.16d ago

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Average Salary For a President & Chief Operating Officer

Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a President & Chief Operating Officer is $211,982 per year or $102 per hour. The highest paying President & Chief Operating Officer jobs have a salary over $391,000 per year while the lowest paying President & Chief Operating Officer jobs pay $114,000 per year

Updated April 1, 2023
Average President & Chief Operating Officer Salary
$248,807 yearly
$102 hourly

5 Common Career Paths For a President & Chief Operating Officer

Managing Director

A Managing Director oversees workflow and progress, making sure that all operations align within the company or organization's mission or set of goals. They are responsible for crafting strategies, devising effective business plans, and executing guidelines that would nurture a company's growth, and as well as to be the driving force that would direct employees to the company's objectives. Furthermore, a Managing Director must coordinate with those in a higher position, such as the members of the board.

Executive Director

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

Business Development Director

A business development director specializes in crafting plans and strategies to develop the relationship between the brand, clients, and other key characters in the industry. It is their responsibility to examine and understand everything about the brand and figure out which areas require improvement or changes. They must also conduct a thorough marketing analysis and remain updated on the latest trends in the market to identify new opportunities that would improve customer satisfaction. Furthermore, they must also communicate with all clients, even appear on public gatherings to strengthen brand awareness.


A co-owner is responsible for ensuring smooth business operations, searching for the best industrial opportunities to drive revenues and increase profitability. Some of the business co-owners' duties include planning activities for business promotions, monitoring current market trends, establishing a reliable workforce, developing product specifications, managing financial goals and cost estimates, strengthening marketing strategies, and keeping records of business papers and documents. A co-owner should have excellent leadership, communication, and decision-making skills to secure business growth and success.

President/Chief Executive Officer

Considered as the highest authority in a company, a president/chief executive officer is in charge of leading the company by implementing corporate decisions and shaping the organization to its fullest extent. They must craft strategic plans and guidelines, enforce policies and standards, direct the vision and mission, and address the public as the head of the company. Furthermore, a president/chief executive officer must maintain an active line of communication at all times as they must report to a board of directors and coordinate with other company employees.

Illustrated Career Paths For a President & Chief Operating Officer