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Chief Program Officer, Fight For Children

Fight for Children
Chief Program Officer

Position Summary
Fight For Children’s mission is to improve the quality of early childhood education so that all students are engaged, ready to learn and on a path to future success. Fight For Children’s vision is to make early childhood education in Washington, DC the best in the country.
The Chief Program Officer is an active member of the senior leadership team, overseeing and optimizing all programming and strategic partnerships. Reporting to the President & CEO, the Chief Program Officer manages the content‐based program team, while working cross‐departmentally to support organizational functions including strategic planning, fundraising, marketing, events, etc. as needed. The Director of Programmatic Initiatives also works closely with local community, business, education and government organizations and leaders developing collaborative strategies to improve the quality of early experiences for underserved children in Washington, DC.
Key
Responsibilities Include:
o Lead the design and implementation of Fight For Children’s current and future programmatic initiatives (including quality of content, operations, implementation, and evaluation), ensuring the quality and success of the initiatives and alignment with the organization’s strategic vision and plan.
o Maintain an enterprise‐wide perspective while managing program team, providing day‐to‐day leadership, guidance, establishing performance goals, and providing professional development as needed.
o Effectively measure and communicate impact from all programmatic initiatives using relevant quantitative and qualitative data.
o Effectively measure and communicate data in support of Fight For Children’s progress towards short and long‐term desired outcomes (e.g. child outcomes, participant outcomes, etc.).
o Oversee relevant community and strategic partner relationships to ensure alignment with mission and achievement of desired outcomes.
o Represent Fight For Children on external committees and advisory groups, serving as a thought leader with local nonprofits, government leaders, educators, researchers, funders, and policy makers.
o Maintain up‐to‐date education policy knowledge and provide updates to staff and leadership, as relevant.
o Oversee organizational landscape research around early childhood matters in Washington, DC and beyond to expand FFC’s potential/future impact on improving educational outcomes for children.
o Aid in the development of marketing materials, production/events and public relations initiatives and provide content expertise, direction and other contributions, as needed. o Aid in organizational and program‐specific fundraising.

Required Qualifications:
o 10‐15 years of relevant industry experience, with a Bachelor’s degree (Master’s degree preferred).
o Min. 10 years direct experience developing, designing, implementing, managing and evaluating successful programmatic initiatives.
o Extensive relationships and relevant connections within education, government, non‐profit and civic organizations within the Metro DC area (e.g. OSSE, DCPS, Public Charter Schools, etc.).
o Experience as a strong, collaborative internal project and personnel manager.
o Experience as an external representative of an organization (in public engagements, media, etc.).
o Knowledge in the field of early education, combined with knowledge and experience of issues commonly found in densely populated urban school districts.
o Experience managing a budget with full P&L responsibilities preferred.
o Experience working collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders (e.g. staff, partners, clients, Board members, etc.), and cross-sector (e.g. education, government, non‐profit, private enterprise, etc.). o Self‐starter with strong problem-solving skills, an entrepreneurial mindset, and positive attitude.
o Excellent organizational and time management skills with a demonstrated attention to detail.
o Excellent oral/written communication and presentation skills and the ability to communicate with a variety of audiences.

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Institutional Giving Manager - New York

As a member of the Philanthropy team, the Institutional Giving Manager will help meet revenue goals in support of The Trust for Public Land’s programs in New York and nationally. In collaboration with the New York State Director of Philanthropy and select members of the Partnerships and Program Philanthropy Team the Institutional Giving Manager is responsible for maximizing institutional giving and contributing to the overall fundraising budget and philanthropy plan in key markets, with particular emphasis on New York’s and Connecticut’s programs. 
This position is responsible for an existing portfolio of foundations (including family foundations) and corporations, as well as increasing the portfolio over time by identifying, cultivating, and soliciting new prospective donors currently giving or capable of giving gifts between $25,000 and seven-figures. Responsibilities include the following: identifying and cultivating new foundation and corporate prospects; managing the current donor portfolio, including reports, renewals, site visits, and stewardship communications; conducting donor visits; prospect tracking; and other writing as appropriate (e.g. tailored reports for certain funders).  
This position is based in The Trust for Public Land’s New York City office.

Essential Functions:

45%  Portfolio Management: Writing of grant applications, renewals, reports, case statements, and letters of inquiry. Develop effective strategies for solicitation, cultivation, and stewardship. Develop proposal budgets and financial reports.  Track and meet deadlines. Monitor grant payments and expenditures.  Collaborate closely with program and philanthropy colleagues to develop reports and proposals.  Interest in working with colleagues to help develop metrics and propose opportunities for recognition of funders (when appropriate).  Prepare internal teams for foundation site visits and corporate engagement. Maintain donor records and track “moves management” in donor database. Make direct solicitations and close gifts.
45%     Prospect and Portfolio Development: Identify foundation and corporate prospects.  Write letters of inquiry, corporate pitches, concept papers, and research briefings.
10%     Other duties as assigned
Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s preferred
  • 3 – 5 years of experience in foundation and corporate fundraising.  Substantial experience in writing foundation grant proposals, cover letters, and reports
  • Experience speaking with program officers and comfort with “the ask”; ability to discuss complex projects with external parties in a compelling way
  • Demonstrated experience and proficiency using fundraising databases, Microsoft Office and in conducting research
  • Experience developing project budgets with an eye for how the funder reads them in context with narrative
  • Basic accounting skills and aptitude with numbers; ability to understand organization’s finances and financial systems; and coordinate with finance staff to develop budgets
  • Interest in research and prospect identification
  • Excellent writing skills and enthusiasm for the craft of grant writing
  • Proofreading skills
  • Self-motivated; ability to multi-task with excellent attention to detail and deadlines; can perform successfully without regular supervision
  • Understands and complies with The Trust for Public Land’s gift acceptance policies and ensures ethical compliance, as defined by the Association for Fundraising Professionals
  • Ability to function effectively as a member of a team, ensuring close coordination and integration with other staff members
  • Interest and commitment to The Trust for Public Land mission
  • Knowledge of relevant foundation and corporate donors desired
  • Willingness to work flexible hours
  • Willingness to travel occasionally

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Google Childrens Center Teacher

The Benefits Child Care team is a pioneer in the world of childhood development. As a member of this team, you'll strive to instill the same love of learning and creativity in the minds of Googlers' children as can be found among the Googlers we hire. In the unique educational environment of Google's children's centers, you'll work with both your team and Google parents to continually develop and improve our Employee Child Development program to meet the physical, cognitive, social and emotional needs of children ages 3 months through 5 years. You're passionate about each child's personal growth and open to new and innovative methods of teaching, and are familiar with family-focused education that integrates play-based philosophies into the curriculum. The value Google places on our employees knows no bounds. We revolutionized search, and now we're redefining human resources to make sure we have the healthiest, happiest and most productive employees in the world. We believe it's important to provide benefits to our employees' children as well. We've developed our Employee Child Development program by building high-quality children's centers located near our corporate headquarters. These family-focused centers integrate play-based philosophies into the curriculum. This program includes small group size and staff continuity, and is designed to meet the physical, cognitive, social, and emotional needs of children ages 3 months through 5 years.


Responsibilities

  • Provide responsive, relationship-based care and create a stimulating environment for children. Develop creative and age appropriate activities based on child's interests. Create a nurturing environment for play and exploration for children.

  • Build and nurture partnerships with parents, including parent communication and involvement.

  • Work in a collaborative relationship with other staff in classroom and with management team.

  • Perform regular maintenance/cleaning tasks e.g. arranging the classroom and the yard each evening and each morning, moving light weight furniture, picking up toys, picking up boxes, emptying the contents, breaking down boxes.

  • Adheres to procedures related to supervision, boundaries and safety of children at all times. Follow mandated reporting requirements as stated by CA licensing and best practices

Qualifications Minimum qualifications:

  • Minimum of 12 early childhood education units California Associate Teacher Child Development Permit or eligibility for permit

  • Minimum of 1 year of teaching experience with children ages 3 months to 3 years for Infant/Toddler Teachers and with children ages 3 years to 5 years for Preschool Teachers

  • Interest and understanding of play based curriculum

  • Regular work attendance on a consistent basis to ensure coverage as well as to be available to build relationships with children and families, to work on developing and implementing a curriculum, to assess children's growth, etc. Attendance must not only be daily, but on-time each day and covering the full school day.

  • Able to work with children ranging from 4 months through 6 years of age.

  • Physical ability to interact with children, including not limited to: picking up children weighing 40 lbs, for example to change diapers or pick up a hurt child, standing for long periods, as well as being able to supervise children, climbing or moving around on the playground equipment to help a child or children squatting, kneeling and sitting (to be at the child's level) for short and long periods to allow communication with the children in an effective manner, intervening as needed if children are in a dangerous situation or having a difficult interaction with another child. Preferred qualifications: * AA/AS/BA/BS degree in early childhood education or related field

  • California Master Teacher Child Development Permit or California Teacher Child Development Permit * 2 years of teaching experience with children ages 3 months to 3 years for Infant/Toddler Teachers and with children ages 3 years to 5 years for Preschool. * 3 Infant/Toddler Child Development units * * * At Google, we don’t just accept difference - we celebrate it, we support it, and we thrive on it for the benefit of our employees, our products and our community. Google is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and is an affirmative action employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. We also consider qualified applicants regardless of criminal histories, consistent with legal requirements. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please let us know.

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Nurse Manager Womens And Childrens Services

/ Fort Walton Beach Medical Center is a 257-bed top-performing quality hospital with over 200 of the most highly respected and qualified physicians in the area. It is the only acute care hospital in the Tri-County area that offers open // heart surgery // , an // Advanced Primary Stroke Center // accredited by the Joint Commission and an Accredited Chest Pain Center.

An affiliate of the // UAB Cancer Community Network // , Fort Walton offers a // Cancer Care Center // that is accredited by the // Commission on Cancer // Commission on Cancer. Fort Walton Beach Medical Center also provides advanced care for critically ill patients, including cardiovascular and trauma injury care, and emergency services, including a main // ER // , // Pediatric ER // and // Express ER // . Fort Walton Beach Medical Center is in partnership with Twin Cities Hospital, located in Niceville. We are the parent company of the // Destin Emergency Care Center (DECC) // and the Rehabilitation Institute, both located on Airport Road in Destin. / / / POSITION SUMMARY:

To administer, analyze and appraise the care given to patients within the Department. Advise the Director regarding the status of patient care, quality improvement processes and patient-physician-employee satisfaction. To anticipate and estimate future needs of the Department to improve quality of patient care.

Collaborate and coordinate with the staff efforts to accomplish the FWBMC mission. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 1. Demonstrates advanced level of clinical skills and the ability to support others to achieve the delivery of quality care. 2.

Demonstrates interpersonal skills and competency in leadership, supervision and management of staff. 3. Demonstrates excellent skills in planning, organizing and managing personnel resources in a cost effective and productive manner for the operational area of the nursing unit. 4. Demonstrates knowledge and application of the nursing process. 5.

Participates and cooperates in the unit based Quality Improvement processes. 6. Supports, maintains and provides an environment which is supportive of quality patient care through effective use of resources and personnel. 7. Practices, develops and endorses customer service skills in relationships with internal and external customers. 8.

Serves as the patient and family advocate with respect to the patient’s right to privacy by protecting confidential information. 9. Plans and implements patient care and teaching based on a total assessment and the age of the patient. 10. Evaluates and documents patient response; monitors and recognizes changes in physiological and psychosocial status; takes appropriate action based on assessment of the patient. 11.

Actively seeks ways to control costs without compromising patient safety, qualify of care or the services delivered. 12.

Demonstrates knowledge of the occurrence reporting system. Uses system to report potential patient safety issues. 13.

Follows established guidelines for reporting a significant medical error or unanticipated outcome in the patient’s care that results in patient harm. 14. Attends in-service presentations and completes all mandatory education requirements. 15. Uses Performance Improvement Plan to improve patient safety. EDUCATION REQUIRED AND/OR PREFERRED: * Associate Degree, Diploma in Nursing, or BSN required LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION: * State of Florida RN License required * BLS – AHA Healthcare Provider required upon hire * NRP required within 90 days of hire * ACLS required within 90 days of hire * PALS required within 6 months of hire

  • Basic Fetal Monitoring required within 90 days of hire EXPERIENCE REQUIRED OR PREFERRED: * Management experience preferred

  • Maternal Child experience preferred SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, AND ABILITIES: * Reads and writes Basic English with the basic skills necessary to transcribe physician’s orders

  • Knowledge of body substance isolation

  • Ability to listen, empathize and respond to patient, family, internal and external partners needs

  • Basic computer skills * *

Title:Nurse Manager Womens and Childrens Services

Location:Florida-Fort Walton Beach-Fort Walton Beach Medical Center

Requisition ID:01307-6823



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Mental Health Technician - Childrens - First Hospital - PT 0.5 D/W

Description: Under the administrative and clinical supervision of the Head Nurse, the Mental Health Technician maintains a safe and therapeutic environment; provides direct psychosocial and physical nursing care to patients, in both individual and group settings; and implements the program schedule according to the patient s individual treatment plan.

Qualifications BLS required, must be completed prior to end of orientation period; must possess a valid Pennsylvania Driver s License One (1) year experience in the human service field is preferred; internships/field placement experience acceptable. Ability to develop and maintain therapeutic relationships with patients and family members/significant others; demonstrates verbal and written communication skills and the ability to express ideas in a clear, concise and legible form; ability to interface with all disciplines; ability to organize and prioritize multifaceted workload; exercises tact, diplomacy and good judgment at all times.

Job:Behavioral Health / Psychology

Organization:Wilkes-Barre Behav Hosp

Location:PA-Kingston

Requisition ID:1728152


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Caregiver Childrens Program

Caregiver Childrens Program Primary Location: United States-MN-MNRochester Function:

Direct Support Professional (Care Givers) Organization: Redwood Make this the best summer yet!Full and part time summer positions available for our summer kids and teens program! REM Minnesotais a great place to gain experience in: Human Services, Social Work,Psychology, Nursing, Alcohol and Drug Counseling, Education, Child Development,Sociology, Criminal Justice, or Mental Health.

Whether youhave previous experience in a role like this, or this just sounds like the typeof impact you want to make… we want to hear from you! Join our team as a Caregiver/Direct Support Professional today! Bring theright attitude; we’ll train you for success!

Description REM Minnesota offers: + Flexible schedules. Fulland Part time schedules available + Arewarding work environment with some of the best co-workers you could ask for + Family-orientedenvironment, casual dress, employee events + Achance to make a difference in people’s lives on a daily basis + Paidtraining; Holiday pay + Career development, and advancement opportunities throughout the nation-wide Network + Access to employee discounts with various vendors + Adynamic work environment where no day is ever the same as the next By joining the REM Minnesota team as a Caregiver/DirectSupport Professional (DSP), you will work with individuals with a range ofchallenges including intellectual and developmental disabilities, severe andpersistent mental health, children's behavioral health and individuals withmedically complex challenges. You will work to restore and retain basic healthfunctioning, independent living and community skills.

We offer residential services with supports tailored to theneeds of each individual, including assistance with daily activities such asmeal preparation and planning; medication administration; and personal cares.DSPs may also facilitate community involvement by accompanying individuals onoutings in their community or providing transportation to work or otheractivities. In addition, DSPs support therapeutic and behavioral plans inpartnership with clinical staff to encourage individuals to be as independentas possible and enhance the quality of life for those we support.



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Devops Engineer - Start-Up Financial Institution

DevOps Engineer

  • Start-Up Financial Institution DevOps Engineer

  • Start-Up Financial Institution

  • Skills Required

  • PowerShell, Azure, .NET, Source Control (Git/TFS), Continuous Integration If you are a DevOps Engineer with experience in Azure, Powershell, and .Net, please read on! We are a local multi-branch community bank with an expanding lending portfolio, leading the way to providing better solutions to our traditional personal and corporate banking customers and Commercial Real Estate Lending and Small Business Lending clients.

What You Need for this Position Must-Have DevOps Skills:

  • Azure

  • PowerShell - .Net

  • Source Control (Git preferably, but open to TFS)

  • Continuous Integration Bonus Skills: - JavaScript

  • Azure Resource Manager

  • Configuration Management

  • Database Administration

  • Support for Unit testing, UAT, production environments So, if you are a DevOps Engineer with experience in Azure, Powershell, and .Net, please apply today! Applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S. CyberCoders, Inc is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Your Right to Work – In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire.

*DevOps Engineer

  • Start-Up Financial Institution* NY-ManhattanAC1-1374379

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Sr. Financial Analyst For A Leading Financial Institution

Purpose Assists Accounting department management and others in the department with financial record-keeping and reporting. Under minimal direction, a Senior Financial Analyst will work with senior managers, administrators and/or executives to ensure that the general ledger transactions are appropriately recorded in accordance with GAAP and SEC guidelines.

This person must possess a thorough understanding of generally accepted accounting principles and a working knowledge of SEC rules. Duties also include budgeting, forecasting, financial reporting and analysis. Robert Half Finance & Accounting, the world's leader in specialized financial staffing, provides exciting full-time opportunities in the areas of accounting, bookkeeping, finance, audit, taxation and more.

We pioneered the professional staffing industry, and we've been successfully matching professionals with employers since 1948. Our proven proprietary processes, along with our relationships in 325 locations worldwide, allow us to provide you unparalleled access to exciting career opportunities. But don't take our word for it.

Our company once again was named first in our industry on Fortune® magazine's list of "World's Most Admired Companies" (March 1, 2017), and 9 out of 10 of our customers would recommend our service to a colleague. Apply for this job now or contact our nearest office at 844.539.2523 for additional information. All applicants applying for U.S. job openings must be authorized to work in the United States.

All applicants applying for Canadian job openings must be authorized to work in Canada. © 2017 Robert Half Finance & Accounting. An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Veterans By clicking 'Apply Now' you are agreeing to Robert Half Terms of Use.

Req ID: 02250-0009308298 Functional Role: Sr. Financial Analyst Country: USA State: MI City: MIDLAND Postal Code: 48640-5137 Compensation: $80,000.00 to $100,000.00 per year Requirements: Interested candidates must have a Bachelor Degree in accounting or finance and a CPA certification is preferred.

Candidates must have at least six years solid analysis and accounting experience and excellent Excel skills. Candidates out of public accounting or financial services or banking would be preferred. If your background fits the requirements then please send your resume to david.sehoyan@roberthalf.com



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Fdc- Data Entry Operator F/C-Lowell Correctional Institution

FDC- DATA ENTRY OPERATOR F/C-LOWELL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION Date:Jun 22, 2017 Location:OCALA, FL, US, 34482 Apply now » Apply now Start + Please wait... The State Personnel System is an E-Verify employer. For more information click on ourE-Verify website. Requisition No: 9426 Agency: Department of Corrections Working Title: FDC- DATA ENTRY OPERATOR F/C-LOWELL CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION Position Number: 70024217 Salary: $20,734.74-$33,840.65 Posting Closing Date: 06/28/2017 FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS OPEN COMPETITIVE Data Entry Operator -70024217 This advertisement is for a career service position located at Lowell Correctional Institution in the Classification Department. SALARY WILL BE DETERMINED IN ACCORDANCE WITH CURRENT PAY POLICY. EMPLOYEES ARE NORMALLY HIRED AT THE MINIMUM OF THE SALARY RANGE. SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES + Enters information daily into a data base consisting of external and internal movement of inmates, job and housing assignments, Classification Team Assignments, inmate re-classification Score Sheets and Disciplinary Reports.

  • Verified entries for accuracy.

  • Runs computer print-out of inmate job and housing assignments for distribution to work and housing supervisors for gain time evaluations, compiles gain time for evaluation sheets and gain time ward sheets, enters gain time to data base noting TRD Changes or gain time forms, runs print outs for all Classification/Records Supervisors.

  • Posts information from data base to inmate’s jacket and rolodex cards reference job and housing assignments, custody reclassification and detainer.

  • Maintains, prepares, and runs all computer print-outs (inmate alpha list, team list and transfer list) for distribution on weekly basis.

  • Assists records supervisor with locating inmates in the offender tracking data base as required.

  • Prepares and runs print-outs for Classification/Records Supervisors as needed reference TRD list, DOB list, Education Reports, Sex Offenders lists, etc. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES (KSA’s):

  • Knowledge of general office practices.

  • Knowledge of basic mathematics.

  • Skill in typing or in the use of keyboard controlled data input devices.

  • Ability to follow instructions.

  • Ability to sort data alphabetically, numerically and categorically.

  • Ability to communicate effectively.

  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others. If you experience problems applying on-line, please call People First service center at 1-877-562-7287. Applications will be accepted until 11:59 PM on the closing date. The State of Florida is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action Employer, and does not tolerate discrimination or violence in the workplace. Candidates requiring a reasonable accommodation, as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act, must notify the agency hiring authority and/or People First Service Center (1-866-663-4735). Notification to the hiring authority must be made in advance to allow sufficient time to provide the accommodation. The State of Florida supports a Drug-Free workplace. All employees are subject to reasonable suspicion drug testing in accordance with Section 112.0455, F.S., Drug-Free Workplace Act. VETERANS’ PREFERENCE. Pursuant to Chapter 295, Florida Statutes, candidates eligible for Veterans’ Preference will receive preference in employment for Career Service vacancies and are encouraged to apply. Candidates claiming Veterans’ Preference must attach supporting documentation with each submission that includes character of service (for example, DD Form 214 Member Copy #4) along with any other documentation as required by Rule 55A-7, Florida Administrative Code. Veterans’ Preference documentation requirements are available by clickinghere. All documentation is due by the close of the vacancy announcement. Nearest Major Market:Ocala

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Treasury Management Officer/Vice President - Financial Institution Group (Fig) - Western United States - Seattle, WA

Treasury Management Officer - Financial Institution Group (FIG)

Western United States As a FIG Commercial Bank Treasury Management Officer, you will focus primarily on generating new business and growing the existing revenue base from existing clients. Target clients include banks with up to $25 billion in assets under management and Specialty Finance Firms. Products include; cash services, check clearing, cross boarder payments and letters of credit. You will work closely with dedicated FIG relationship managers/bankers to align sales strategies for all Treasury Services products.

The core responsibilities of this position include: + Working in partnership with FIG bankers to develop new profitable business from prospective clients; Developing strategic account plans and executing them + Deepening and growing existing market relationships + Managing client visitation and contact; Understanding clients' business environments, strategies, and industry to better determine their requirements, identify potential new business opportunities for JP Morgan Treasury Services and provide the appropriate solution(s) + Understanding the competitions' capabilities and gaps, and how to position JP Morgan Treasury Services against them + Promoting sales through frequent client meetings and discussions covering new products, market and industry developments + Managing proposal writing and the entire sales process + Developing and enhancing in-depth client knowledge and sharing it with the client coverage team for both new business development and management of client risk + Working closely with the coverage team to drive efforts to expand existing business with current clients, providing feedback to product managers and generating cross-sell opportunities by maintaining strong working relationships with other JP Morgan lines of business Key Objectives/Responsibilities: + Engage JP Morgan Treasury Services sales, bankers and clients at senior and strategic levels to provide integrated treasury solutions within a consultative and client driven framework + Create strategic dialogues around key client-centric issues, incorporating best practices, benchmarking, opportunity quantification and solution positioning + Build template-driven business case quantification for clients in support of JP Morgan solutions + Partner with internal product stakeholders when representing the client perspective in the development/evolution of complex products and solutions + Deliver thought leadership to the market, prospects and clients on the working capital solutions at client roundtables, industry conferences, webinars, articles, etc.

  • Execute against a clear set of engagement principles that ensures consulting resources are mapped against the largest revenue opportunities within Treasury Services

  • Possesses a minimum of 5 years of cash management, sales and relationship management experience.

  • Possesses knowledge and understanding of Treasury Services products, credit process, overdraft management discipline, and pricing philosophy + B.A./B.S in Accounting/Finance preferred + Strong working relationships with clients and colleagues + Ability to generate ideas, identify and drive the development of new business + Demonstrates excellent/strong selling and negotiation skills + Demonstrates excellent/strong verbal and written communication skills

  • Possesses strong industry/market expertise + Demonstrates strong time management, organizational and planning skills

  • Possesses strategic thinking skills + Has the ability to mobilize internal and external networks and resources + Has the ability to use various PC and Internet-based systems to manage their business portfolio JPMorgan Chase is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer Disability/Veteran.

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