Executive Director Job Description Sample
I have a non-profit focused on transforming education. Its scope includes film, books, web-based resources, and grants to other non-profits. I’m looking for an operationally-outstanding executive director to help manage these initiatives. Ideally, the person will be passionate about reimagining education, have a proven track record of getting things done, be able to identify, vet, and bring onboard various outsourced resources (technology development, PR). I spent my career in venture capital, and really value people who are self-starters, can creatively identify ways to elevate impact, and brings uncompromising standards to the quality of what we do. I travel relentlessly, so this person can be located anywhere. To learn more about what I’m doing, check out www.edu21c.com.
Executive Assistant To CFO & Director Of Investor Relations
Our client, a thriving life sciences company is looking for an Executive Assistant to support the Director of Investor Relations and Chief Financial Officer In this role, you will be responsible for maintaining Investor communication, planning and facilitating meetings and group discussions; supporting the team with investor meetings, coordinating travel and processing expenses; managing multiple calendars and itineraries; prioritizing internal and external communications; managing vendor relationships; and partnering with the team to prioritize projects and activities. The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor degree and 5 years' experience ideally in a pharmaceutical envrionment or supporting an IR team; excellent communication
Executive Director - Early Childhood School
Become a Little Sprouts leader as a Center Director Today OVERVIEW Are you ready to make a difference in the lives of children and lead a winning team? We are inspired by passionate, motivated individuals that share our enthusiasm for early education and child care of the highest quality.
If you are a self-starter that can create meaningful relationships with co-workers and families, exciting growth opportunities await you at Little Sprouts. Must be collaborative, confident and compassionate. EXCELLENT wages and benefits, and paid training We value team members that embrace positive energy to make extraordinary differences in the lives of children and families.
OUR SCHOOLS There is something genuinely special about the culture at Little Sprouts. With a heartfelt respect for others and a deep passion for the children we serve, Little Sprouts schools foster a unique atmosphere of optimism, fun and love. Bright, spacious classrooms and hallways streaming happy tunes promote a joyful environment primed for learning and laughter.
At Little Sprouts, our educators are trained to nurture children’s curiosity, creativity and ingenuity. Through a combination of play and guided activities, our Budding Scholars™ curriculum establishes the foundation for lifelong learning and discovery. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR RESPONSIBILITIES Inspire, guide, and support a team of educators and a community of families as the school’s leader and figurehead.
Manage all center operations, including staffing, administration, sales, finance, and facilities. Demonstrate a complete mastery of the regulatory environment, including compliance, licensor relationships, and the ability to adapt to regulatory changes. Proactively pursue the professional development of staff members and self Maintain exceptional relationships with enrolled families through excellent verbal and written communication, family events, and positive interactions.
Achieve revenue goals by conducting tours and converting families into new enrollments. Forecast enrollment by classroom to determine availability and timing of open spaces. Monitor classroom attendance and staff ratios to ensure regulatory compliance and optimize wage spend.
Manage all financial operations of the school, including but not limited to scheduling, payroll, revenue and cost calculations, and budget changes. Perform administrative duties including required documentation, filing, emails, phone calls, and organizational tasks. Promote implementation of the Budding Scholars™ approach to learning to develop children across four key domains:
Citizen, Scholar, Mind, and Body. Uphold the vision, professionalism and philosophies of Little Sprouts Early Education & Child Care. REQUIREMENTS Must be Director II Qualified by the Department of Early Education and Care. (college degree a plus) A minimum of 3 years experience directing a school in early education.
Must be able to work a full-time schedule. QUALIFICATIONS Actively exhibit a passion for early education and an enthusiasm for learning Demonstrate exceptional organizational and multi-tasking skills. Respond to changing work environments by demonstrating flexibility with schedules, teamwork, and families.
Display excellent written and verbal communication skills. Experience with Microsoft Outlook, Procare, Paychex, Taleo, and/or Child Care CRM a plus, but not required. INCENTIVES Competitive wages and comprehensive benefits package including health, dental, vision, and pet insurance.
Performance bonuses up to 30% of base salary and tenure bonuses. Tuition reimbursement and educational stipends. Paid professional development and training.
Career advancement and coaching through the Little Sprouts Leadership Academy. Qualified candidates are welcome to apply at www.littlesprouts.com/careers . We will see you soon in the school
Executive Director Business Technology Partnerships
Executive Director Business Technology Partnerships Req ID : 26627 Location: Wilmington, MA, US, 01887 For nearly 70 years, Charles River employees have worked together to assist in the discovery, development and safe manufacture of new drug therapies.
When you join our family, you will have a significant impact on the health and well-being of people across the globe.
Whether your background is in life sciences, finance, IT, sales or another area, your skills will play an important role in the work we perform. In return, we'll help you build a career that you can feel passionate about.
The Executive Director Business Technology Partnerships (BTP Director) will create and manage an organization to provide consultative services to the CRL portfolio of businesses through IT teams aligned to those businesses. These teams will promote the introduction and integration of technology with business process to improve productivity, the speed and quality of decision making, and enable the introduction of new products and services to the market. The teams must have a deep understanding of the business and operations, and understand how technology can best enable the business.
They must be able to adjust to the demands of emerging business needs while tending to the necessities of on-going business.
They are focused on helping the businesses to generate and prioritize the best mix of projects that maximize the value returned by each investment. The BTP function can only lead by influence and must present a face to the business that is not just an IT service provider, but a valued business partner.
The BTP Director will solicit the advice of the CBTO to help direct the attention of the BTP Teams to specific business uses of new technologies and which businesses would benefit from them, as well as opportunities to standardize technology to simplify our landscape across our portfolio of businesses. The BTP Director will influence all new technology work to converge to an architectural standard and will communicate to the CBTO the state of technology and opportunities to converge technologies in the businesses to the architectural standard. BTP Director Accountabilities:
Be articulate on the purpose, goal, state of technology, and issues faced in CRL's businesses. Identify and articulate technology opportunities to CRL senior management. o Develop relationships with internal businesses and with outside sources of relevant information to support the discovery of new technology opportunities. o Create and maintain a technology roadmap for the businesses (3-5 year)(rolling 5 quarters) Influence businesses towards adoption of new technologies that increase productivity, improve the speed and quality of decision making, and enable the introduction of new products and services to the market. o Create and maintain decision objectives. Evaluate these objectives regularly with the business leadership Assure that new technologies do not introduce unacceptable risk to the businesses. o Create and maintain risk assessment process Provide information to the CBTO to assist in leveraging existing technologies. o Collaborate with the CBTO and other IT Senior managers to develop standards. o Collaborate with the CBTO on developing technology solutions that expand or enhance the performance of CRL businesses.
Manage the activities of business specific BTP practices using the CRL management practices. Develop an effective budget to achieve the strategy Provide appropriate Project Requests to Project Management Services Provide IT Sponsorship for business projects Discover and communicate opportunities to converge technology solutions in the existing technology portfolio across the various businesses to a standard. Evaluate the achievement of business value of implemented solutions.
Coordinate the activities of the BTP practices to converge technology solutions to a standard. Build, staff, and manage BTP practices using the CRL management practices that are capable of: a. executing the tactics to realize the strategic intent b. performing a consultative role with senior and mid-level business leaders c. creating, evolving, communicating, and advocating business centered technology solutions d. creating, modifying, and delivering business processes e. Ensuring best leverage of new and existing technology across diverse business areas/processes f.
Promoting the discontinuance technologies that are, no longer relevant to the business Fiscal responsibilities: a. Monitor Financial budgets and forecasts to remain within commitments while achieving goals b. Understand the progression of the budget vs commitments c.
Review & adjust budgets developed / recommended by direct report departments and authorize expenditures d. Improve productivity at best possible cost About Corporate Functions The Corporate Functions provide operational support across Charles River in areas such as Human Resources, Finance, IT, Legal, Sales, Quality Assurance, Marketing, and Corporate Development. They partner with their colleagues across the company to develop and drive strategies and to set global standards.
The functions are essential to providing a bridge between strategic vision and operational readiness, to ensure ongoing functional innovation and capability improvement. About Charles River Charles River is an early-stage contract research organization (CRO). We have built upon our foundation of laboratory animal medicine and science to develop a diverse portfolio of discovery and safety assessment services, both Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) and non-GLP, to support clients from target identification through preclinical development. Charles River also provides a suite of products and services to support our clients' clinical laboratory testing needs and manufacturing activities.
Utilizing this broad portfolio of products and services enables our clients to create a more flexible drug development model, which reduces their costs, enhances their productivity and effectiveness to increase speed to market. With over 11,000 employees within 70 facilities in 18 countries around the globe, we are strategically positioned to coordinate worldwide resources and apply multidisciplinary perspectives in resolving our client's unique challenges. Our client base includes global pharmaceutical companies, biotechnology companies, government agencies and hospitals and academic institutions around the world.
And in 2016, revenue increased by 23.3% to $1.68 billion from $1.36 billion in 2015. At Charles River, we are passionate about our role in improving the quality of people's lives. Our mission, our excellent science and our strong sense of purpose guide us in all that we do, and we approach each day with the knowledge that our work helps to improve the health and well-being of many across the globe.
We have proudly supported the development of 70% of the drugs approved by the FDA in 2016. For more information, please visit www.criver.com. Equal Employment Opportunity Charles River Laboratories, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disabled/Vet Nearest Major Market:
Boston Job Segment: Biotech, Manager, Pharmaceutical, Biology, Laboratory, Science, Management SDL2017
Executive Director OF Administration, School Of Public Health, Health Policy (9117/K0917)
The Executive Director is responsible for overall management, strategic initiatives and oversight of operations of the Department, working closely with the Department Chair. The Executive Director will share in the overall responsibility of ensuring the success of the Department by executing and fulfilling the mission and strategic goals of the Department.
The Executive Director is a key program and operational manager that possesses the knowledge and ability to balance the development of strategic initiatives with the operational management of a complex Department.
This person will be responsible for operational decisions in the overall management, including oversight of financial, contractual, human resource, and proposal development activities. Required Skills At least 8 years of experience and a Bachelor's Degree required.
Master's Degree preferred. 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, or any other characteristic protected by law. We are a VEVRAA Federal Contractor.
Make a difference in the lives of our Seniors!
Our beautiful assisted living community, Bayberry at Emerald Court in Tewksbury, MA is hiring an Executive Director!
Do you have the desire to create a purposeful and fulfilling environment for senior living residents? Our goal is simple -- to make a positive difference in our residents’ lives by creating a special place where they can thrive and their families can have peace of mind.
Imagine a job where bringing joy and smiles to YOUR residents is your first responsibility. Imagine a senior living community where creativity for trying new things is the rule and not the exception. Imagine having a job where sitting with a resident, holding their hand and enjoying their stories is mandatory. Imagine knowing what you do every day has meaning, purpose and an impact on your residents, their families and associates. Imagine it no longer at our beautiful state of the art community. Live well, Love life!
We want the best so we offer the best:
- Competitive Pay
- Flexible Schedules
- Direct Deposit
- Generous Vacation Time and Personal days
- Paid Holidays and Sick time
- Medical, Dental, & Vision Insurance to qualified associates
- 401k with Company Match.
- Tuition Reimbursement, Ongoing Education (CEU's), In-services
- Incentive Awards & Bonuses
Job Summary for the Executive Director:
The Executive Director is responsible for providing the tone and the overall leadership in the operation of the community, supervises the entire staff, and assures its compliance to applicable regulatory requirements and the standards of excellence established by company.
Essential Job Functions of the Executive Director:
- Represents the company and the community in a professional, positive and personable manner.
- Maintains the records of the community in compliance with regulatory requirements including that of confidentiality.
- Interviews, selects, and hires staff and assures adherence to the company’s hiring policies.
- Plans, organizes and implements the policies and procedures of the company as it relates to a specific community.
- Holds regularly scheduled staff meetings with all members.
- Remains current in the areas of programs, regulations, and reporting requirements of all associated agencies.
- Participates in tenant selection, move in/ out coordination, resident orientation and maintains liaison with residents and their respective families.
- Walks and inspects the community on daily basis.
- Assists all other departments in the proper execution of their respective responsibilities.
- Prepares the annual Budget and monthly reporting of Budget to Actual to be submitted to the Partners.
- Such other duties as may be reasonably required or requested by the Partners
- Adherence of non-Negotiables.
- Adheres to and carries out all policies and procedures.
- Maintains confidentiality of verbal and written information pertaining to residents, facility operations, and personnel.
- Establishes and maintains constructive working relationships with coworkers, residents, families, and visitors.
- Promotes teamwork in the provision of services for residents.
- Be a proponent of the community, its mission and all it represents.
- Reports on-the-job injuries and or grievances to the supervisor before the end of the shift on the day the injury occurs.
- The ideal candidate will have 3 to 5 years of experience in similar positions.
- BA in Health or Human Services (Masters preferable) or equivalent.
Minimum Eligibility Requirements for the Executive Director:
- Candidates must be age 21 or over.
- Requires the ability to communicate in English both orally and in writing
- Ability to communicate effectively with residents, families, staff, community officials and the public
- Must have compassion for and desire to work with the elderly
- Must meet all State health requirements
- Must be able to perform duties and responsibilities with or without reasonable accommodation
- Must pass criminal background check
Physical Requirements of the Executive Director:
- Physically able to move at least 25 lbs. without assistance.
- Physical stamina and ability to assist residents as needed and in emergencies.
- Physically able to bend, reach and work in small areas.
- Physically able to push and pull, equipment and furnishings.
We believe that in everything we do, our emphasis needs to be on living well and loving life.
Executive Director Of Marketing, ENT
Prior to commercialization, the position is responsible to drive a strong collaborative relationship with all MBCs and upstream technical marketing, to ensure that the optimal products are being developed in alignment with the needs of the targeted customers in the US market. This position will set the long term strategy for the ENT business, through the Corporate Strategic Planning process, and ensure alignment and execution through the annual business planning process. The role works closely with Business Development to forge new partnerships, marketing alliances or even acquisition to enhance strategic business objectives.
The Executive Director will manage direct reports and teams (3-10 people) consisting of Associate Product Managers, Product Managers, Sr. Product Managers and / or Directors. Olympus embraces diversity and inclusion.
As an Equal Opportunity Employer, our policies as well as our values prohibit unlawful discrimination based on an employee's or applicant's race, color, sex, age, physical or mental disability, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, marital status, genetic information, ancestry, military or veteran status, or any other federal, state or local protected classification. EOE Minorities/Females/Veterans/Disabled At Olympus, we are True to You Job Duties: Develop long-term strategic plans for all ENT Businesses in the OR, office and clinics analyzing and validating the market opportunity and on the back of this defining a 5 year strategy and annual business plan, with proposed sales structures.
Periodically report to key stakeholders. Work closely with all sales and marketing teams to ensure agreed upon alignment of strategies and maximize leveraging management team. The product management team is responsible for launching products to commercial success and building strong relationships with HCPs and sales resources.
Development and management of marketing programs targeting national and local market segments. Coordinate and integrate the activities of various support services, including the Enterprise Solutions, Financial Services, Professional Services, Leveraged Contracts, SFDC, Asset Management, Customer Service and other groups with marketing. Respond to and resolve product quality and customer service issues.
Maintain awareness of the competitive environment and react appropriately. Field visits to understand markets and desires from customers and sales resources. Product planning.
Direct product planning activity in conjunction with Upstream Marketing & R&D organizations in all MBCs to develop successful new product launches. Ensure that future products developed by Olympus accurately address the needs of OAI's market. Manage HCP's relationships involving product development and market research activities.
Integrate development activities of all product areas and coordinate with other product groups within MSG. Work closely with Business Development to identify opportunities for new product partnerships, marketing partnerships or diligence for acquisitions and source products through local or Olympus MBC channels or external source. Support Olympus Tokyo in activities associated with the creation of alliances and acquisitions.
P&L Accountability includes: sales revenue, operating income, expense budget, resource management, staffing, leading and managing multiple resources. Perform other related duties as assigned.
(ONLY QUALIFIED CANDIDATES WILL BE CONSIDERED) Minimum of 10 years of business or marketing experience, preferably in commercial background and strategy, ideally in the medical devices or a healthcare-related field is required.
Minimum of 2 years of healthcare sales preferred. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Strong leadership skills and proven ability to effectively managing and develop people is essential.
Must have strong organizational and team building skills. Excellent communication (both written and verbal) and presentation skills are necessary. Must have robust computer skills and knowledge.
Must have an ability to interact positively with field personnel, management, physicians, C-suite and customers at all levels. SDL2017
Executive Director Of The Elma Lewis Center For Civic Engagement, Learning, And Research
Reporting to the Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion, she/he/they will work with constituents across the campus to provide support, assistance, and technical expertise to the local community. The Executive Director is responsible for external relations including the development of mutually beneficial community partnerships in a manner that reflects an understanding of community-based knowledge and the rights of community for self-determination. The Executive Director is also responsible for the development of a sustainable financial model for the Elma Lewis Center including successful development, fundraising, and grant writing efforts.
She/he/they also oversees the implementation of programs stemming from community partnerships. Working collaboratively with the ELC's Director of Administration and Academic Engagement, the Executive Director directs the operations of the Elma Lewis Center including but not limited to staffing, budget oversight, and other administrative functions necessary for the smooth operation of the Center. The Executive Director also works collaboratively across the Division of Diversity & Inclusion to advance goals related to diversity, inclusion, and social justice.
Campus Location: Boston Campus Required
An advanced degree in a related field Ability to identify and secure external resources and financial support for the ELC to advance Emerson’s community engagement efforts Experience developing mutually beneficial and productive relationships and partnerships with a wide range of community organizations, schools, and civic groups Demonstrated commitment to social justice and evidence of strong intercultural fluency A record of leadership and sound management practices, including experience with strategic planning, program evaluation, and assessment Ability to navigate an academic environment or an organizational environment characterized by collaborative decision-making Ability to work effectively with internal stakeholders including faculty, students, staff, and senior administrators to advance community engagement and facilitate collaboration at the highest level Demonstrated strong interpersonal, human relations, communication, and computer literacy skills Preferred/Desirable
A terminal degree is strongly preferred Required Prior Work Experience: Substantial experience leading community engagement initiatives or a community-based organization Diversity Statement: Emerson College believes diversity enriches the educational experience by providing students with the opportunity to learn from individuals who may have different backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives.
Engagement with diversity in the curriculum, in our co-curricular offerings, and all other aspects of the College enhances the personal and intellectual growth of all members of our campus community. Emerson is committed to strengthening communities, including our workplace, by fostering the development of the intercultural competencies necessary for meaningful citizenship in an increasingly complex, pluralistic society. Open Date: 10/05/2017 Classification Title:
Director 2/AVP1 Salary Grade: 20 Job Family: Executive Job Duties: Implements the College’s vision and strategic intent for community engagement in a manner that builds on the strengths of existing programs and facilitates the development of new programs and initiatives.
Develops and implements a robust development and fundraising strategy. Identifies and develops funding streams for the Elma Lewis Center including potential corporate and foundation sources, individual donors as well as grant writing opportunities in order to support the continued growth of the Elma Lewis Center. Cultivates and maintains positive external relationships through the initiation of meaningful and mutually bene?cial community and school partnerships that are grounded in an ethic of care, solidarity with community, and collaboration that serves communities and enhances the public good.
Contributes to efforts that inform public policy through civic action, and identify areas where Emerson is poised to lead Engage with national thought leaders as well as colleagues at other institutions to advance civic engagement efforts in higher education. To apply, please visit: www.emerson.edu jeid-374024b0dfcb6347b14b4f2d5a424e04
Executive Assistant To Executive Director (Nonprofit)
The Executive Assistant supports the Executive Director and will be responsible for performing various administrative duties. The ideal candidate is highly self-motivated, professional, and capable of managing their work load and prioritizing tasks in a fast-paced event-driven nonprofit organization.
We believe in our partners and our people, and they believe in us.
When you work with Victoria & Associates, you are always ... In Good Company.
Executive Director Skilled Nursing
Our company is adding to our leadership team and looking for a thorough leader to join as an Executive Director of one of our Skilled Nursing Facilities.
- Works collaboratively and efficiently with consultants, and organizational staff in planning, developing, implementing and evaluating all organizational programs and services. Develops cooperative and strategic relationships with the local community.
- Leads the development of sound financial objectives and ensures they are met by forecasting, budgeting, aligning monetary resources, developing strategic plans, measuring results; initiating corrective actions and minimizing the impact of variances.
- Insures that funds are collected and expended according to policy and to the best advantage of the organization.
- Insures compliance with regulatory agencies governing the delivery of health care.
- Insures mechanisms are in place to provide high quality of care and services within the organization.
- Fosters a smooth functioning, efficient operation through timely and effective resolution of grievances from residents, families, and staff.
- Functions as the liaison between the Board of Directors and ASL leadership. Participates in monthly organization governance meetings to present information congruent to board direction and responds to questions regarding operations.
- Oversees all development activities related to new product development.
- Coordinates supplemental support to product lines
Education and/or Experience
- A minimum of (5) five years with all levels of the continuum of care: IL, AL, and SNF, required.
- Experience in a growth-oriented environment.
- Demonstrated success in an operations role with significant operational accountability.
- History of successfully standardizing key operational and administrative components within an organization.
- Experience with working in an integrated health care system a plus.
- Successful implementation of programming that maximizes reimbursement opportunities into the system
- Significant experience with complex payors.
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations
- Must have a current Nursing Home Administrator
- Must have a valid state driver’s license.
At the heart of every Americare community is a philosophy of person-centered care. This philosophy guides every decision we make. Person-centered care comes alive in our communities and truly makes a difference in the lives of our residents, their families and our co-workers. We invite you to take a few moments to see what we mean by viewing a sampling of Americare stories throughout our company.
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