MDRT is recruiting a Professional Development Director who will have the opportunity to significantly impact the programming and education of its more than 49,500 members. The Director, will provide strategic direction – leading and overseeing all aspects of MDRT’s programs and educational offerings. They will help develop, implement, and analyze new educational needs, approaches, and content. The Director will have overall responsibility for the programing related to the annual meetings, a global conference, regional meetings, the MDRT Academy and MDRT status designation. The Director will also serve as the staff liaison to the Annual Meeting Divisional Vice President, the Top of the Table Program Committee, and the MDRT Experience Divisional Vice President.
The ideal candidate will have at least15 years’ experience with a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in adult education, professional development, human resources development, educational theory, or other comparable background. A Certified Association Executive (CAE) designation is strongly preferred. Additionally, the model professional will have a solid understanding of adult learning program theory, design, development, and delivery. They will have experience developing and managing complex, multi-million-dollar budgets, excellent member relations skills, an ability to manage volunteer groups, and will be able to successfully manage and mentor supporting staff.
More than 49,500 of the world’s leading life insurance and financial services professionals from more than 500 companies in 70 countries belong to The Premier Association of Financial Professionals®, the Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT). Located in Park Ridge, Illinois, MDRT is recognized internationally as the standard of excellence in the life insurance and financial services sectors. By adopting a “Whole Person Philosophy,” the Million Dollar Roundtable has been able to sustain its rich history of service and excellence through its commitment to developing staff beyond their professional dimension. This philosophy is core to MDRT’s culture and a unique element of its educational programming.
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Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. (CFP Board), located in Washington, D.C., is the nonprofit organization that benefits the public by setting and enforcing the highest standards for competent and ethical personal financial planning. The Certified Financial Planner® (CFP®) certification requires professionals to put their clients’ needs first, successfully complete extensive training, and maintain the highest ethical and education standards. CFP Board is highly respected and one of the most well-recognized non-profits in the country. Over 76,000 professionals have achieved the prestigious CFP® designation. In doing so, these professionals prove their abilities to navigate the complex challenges involved in planning their clients’ financial lives at all stages including retirement, children’s educations, and investments. By seeking out professionals with the CFP® certification, clients know they are receiving sound advice when evaluating their finances and developing a comprehensive plan to guide their financial future and goals.
Vetted Solutions has been retained by CFP Board to recruit a Director of Human Resources to fulfill the vital function of ensuring recruitment, retention, and development of a workforce that effectively grows the association and ensures operating efficiency aligned with the strategic plan and goals. Major responsibilities include making recommendations based on best practices and current trends for developing and promoting CFP Board’s organizational culture and ensuring diversity within the workplace. The Director will own and lead the full-cycle recruitment process, including collaborating with hiring managers on job descriptions, ensuring hiring compliance with regulations and laws, and creating a formal onboarding process and succession plan for internal promotional opportunities. Additional responsibilities include managing the annual goals process, performance evaluations, collaborating with managers on staff development, ensuring compensation plans remain competitive, and coaching managers on people, culture, and core values.
The successful candidate will have earned a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in business, human resources, or other relevant field, although a master’s degree is strongly preferred. A human resources professional certification, in addition to a minimum of seven years of progressively responsible human resources management experience, is also required. In addition to these base qualifications, CFP Board is looking for candidates who possess highly effective relationship building skills which inspire confidence. Competitive candidates will also have well-developed coaching and presentation skills.
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The Building Owners and Managers Association International (BOMA) is the preeminent commercial building association in the country. A federation of 91 BOMA U.S. Associations and 18 international affiliates, BOMA represents the interests of one of the country’s largest industries. Commercial real estate provides 1.7 million jobs in America and contributes $234.9 billion to the U.S. GDP. With leadership from some of the most accomplished and well-respected industry professionals, BOMA uses advocacy, influence, and vast industry knowledge to advance the commercial real estate industry.
Vetted Solutions has been retained to assist BOMA in recruiting a Vice President, Association Services, Research and IT, who will lead three critical areas within the Federation: membership development, industry research, and information technology. The VP will enhance and grow membership and participation in BOMA International by developing and implementing innovative, targeted membership recruitment and retention activities in partnership with the association’s federated local associations and overseas affiliates. Furthermore, the VP will lead the effort to provide strategic planning and leadership training, in addition to providing tools, services, and support to federated and affiliated association leaders, staff, and BOMA Association Executives (BAEs). IT responsibilities include oversight of BOMA’s internal operation and external communications, as it relates to systems and software, dues invoicing, and website support. Research responsibilities include oversight of the production of BOMA’s annual Experience Exchange Reports for Office and Industrial Properties, and initiating and directing other research projects on special topics.
The ideal candidate will have a minimum of ten years of experience in membership development and volunteer leadership for a professional association. While a Bachelor’s Degree is required, Certified Association Executive (CAE) designation, or other professional development or post-graduate degree is preferred. Experience working for a local chapter, independent organization, or federation and experience training members in the field also preferred. In addition to these qualifications, BOMA seeks candidates who can positively engage with local chapters, enhancing BOMA’s relationships with members and stakeholders over time.
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The Edgewater is a four diamond hotel and member of the Historic Hotels of America. With 202 guest rooms, 4 food & beverage outlets, day spa, fitness center, and dock this property sits directly on the shores of beautiful Lake Mendota in Madison, Wisconsin.
The Edgewater seeks an outstanding Director of Sales and Marketing to join the team at Madison’s premiere luxury urban resort. This unique property is looking for a similarly rare Sales and Marketing Director who provides both strong sales leadership as well as creative marketing strategies to advance The Edgewater brand both in the region and in the community.
The Director of the Sales and Marketing (DOSM) is an integral part of the leadership team and reports directly to the Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. The DOSM directs and ensures the optimization of the hotel brand while increasing sales and maximizing revenue. This is done in conjunction with delivering outstanding customer service, response and adaptability. As an executive of The Edgewater, the DOSM steers and navigates all sales and public relations strategies and oversee efforts to attract and secure new transient, group, leisure, catering and event business. The DOSM determines sales strategies, establishes group threshold, space utilization policies, deploys competitive rates, generate demand analysis and manages market mix, while being accountable to on-going market performance as well as sales team performance. The DOSM should aim to provide the authentic Madison, Wisconsin experience to The Edgewater's guests, as well as integrating him or herself as part of the Madison community.
Qualified candidates for the Director of Marketing and Sales position must have a Bachelor degree and a minimum 3 years’ experience as Director of Sales or Director of Sales and Marketing, along with 5-7 years of sales experience at a mid-size hotel. Candidates must have a solid working knowledge of corporate transient, group and leisure segments. Throughout their career candidates must have a proven track record of selling skills with good results while meeting/exceeding sales goals. They will possess intimate understanding of marketing channel distribution and revenue/yield management. Candidates will be physically able to perform the duties required, have excellent people skills, thrive in a team environment, and be flawlessly ethical.
The Electronic Transactions Association (ETA) is the global trade association of the payments industry, representing more than 500 of the world’s largest and most innovative financial institutions, technology companies, credit card networks, and payment processors in the $7 trillion electronic transaction processing industry. With headquarters in Washington, DC, the purpose of ETA is to influence, monitor and shape the payments industry by providing leadership through education, advocacy, and the exchange of information.
Vetted Solutions has been retained to assist ETA in recruiting a Director of Education and Professional Development, who will create and drive the education and professional development strategy for ETA through multiple delivery vehicles for a variety of audiences. Reporting directly to the CEO, the candidate will oversee the development and management of a multi-year knowledge and learning strategy, as well as an annual business plan for ETA’s professional development offerings that keeps pace with members’ and customers’ evolving needs. ETA’s program mix includes 12-15 events each year, including TRANSACT, ETA’s annual meeting and tradeshow, which attracts 4,000+ participants each spring. In addition, the ETA Certified Payments Professional (CPP) certification program sets the standard for professional performance in the payments industry. ETA also offers ETA University, webinars and other programs.
The successful candidate will have 10 years of relevant business experience and five years in association management with a high level of volunteer collaboration. A Bachelor’s Degree, as well as a multi-year track record of developing successful education programs for world-class events is required. A Master’s Degree, and knowledge of best practice in adult learning and education program design is preferred. The candidate must be an entrepreneurial thinker, with the ability to creatively approach business challenges and translate member needs into relevant programs.
ETA prefers candidates with enthusiasm and high energy, who are also adaptable to change. The ability to work collaboratively in a fast-paced environment is also required.
Vetted Solutions has been retained to assist NAPHSIS (National Association for Public Health Statistics and Information Systems) in recruiting an Executive Director. Headquartered in Silver Spring, Maryland, NAPHSIS is the national membership organization representing vital records and vital statistics offices and professionals in the United States.
Founded in 1933, NAPHSIS’ mission is to provide national leadership for both vital records and related information systems in order to establish and protect individual identity and improve population health.
The Executive Director oversees governance and business operations for this $2.2 million organization with a staff of 7 representing more than 250 organization members who are vital records and vital statistics professionals from 57 jurisdictions including each state, the five U.S. territories, New York City and the District of Columbia. The Executive Director works in concert with the Board and staff to ensure that NAPHSIS’ mission is fulfilled through strategic planning, advocacy, data management systems, and member services.
The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree, and at least 5 years’ experience with evolving areas of informatics, vital records/statistics programs, health information systems management or other closely related fields. In addition, expertise dealing with government departments such as the Centers for Disease Control and other public health agencies is essential, as well as experience with federal funding and grant management.
NAPHSIS seeks a candidate who understands the changing role of vital records and statistics as driven by technology, user needs and societal change—who can capitalize on this dynamic environment to develop relevant programs and services for members and key stakeholders. A strong communicator, the next Executive Director will work with members across 57 jurisdictions to speak with one voice on behalf of the vital records community.
American Society for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics (ASCPT) is the largest scientific and professional organization serving the disciplines of Clinical Pharmacology and Translational Medicine. Since its founding in 1900, ASCPT has advanced the science and practice of clinical pharmacology and translational medicine for the therapeutic benefit of patients and society. ASCPT has over 2,200 members, an annual budget of $4 million, and a staff of 10. The association’s headquarters is located in Alexandria, Virginia.
Vetted Solutions has been retained to assist ASCPT in recruiting a Senior Director for Education and Meetings. The Senior Director for Education and Meetings reports to the Chief Operating Officer, and collaborates with staff and volunteer leadership to plan and manage professional development programs to serve the members throughout their careers. The Senior Director of Education and Meetings is responsible for the planning, coordination, and execution of the overall scientific program at the Annual Meeting including all sessions, speakers, abstracts, handouts, and evaluations. In addition, the Senior Director is responsible for the implementation and management of learning strategies, beyond the ASCPT Annual Meeting, for a scientific audience.
The successful candidate must have at least 10 years of progressively responsible experience in managing professional development programs in a nonprofit, association, professional services organization or nonprofit education environment, including business planning, funding and financial management. A bachelor’s degree is required; Master’s degree or certification in adult education or training is preferred. The CAE is a plus. Demonstrated work experience in developing and managing a wide range of scientific development opportunities in various formats, including utilization of external speakers to develop cohesive, focused scientific programs, is required. The candidate should have experience working with, and partnering with, volunteer leaders and members in development and execution of professional development programs. The successful candidate will have excellent attention to detail, as well as being a strategic thinker. ASCPT is looking for an individual with skills in managing the educational program at the annual meeting, as well as success with online technologies and monetizing educational content.
ASCPT seeks candidates who have strong interpersonal skills in teamwork, collaboration, and consensus building in order to achieve positive results, as well as, flexibility and adaptability to organizational change and growth.
For more than three decades, the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. (CFP Board) has worked to promote the value of professional, competent, and ethical personal financial planning services, through a CFP® certification program based around education, examination, experience and ethics standards. This highly respected and recognized nonprofit organization, based in Washington, D.C., seeks a Director of Development to plan, direct, and drive the development and fundraising activities, programs, and campaigns of CFP Board’s Center for Financial Planning (Center).
Created in 2015, the Center for Financial Planning serves as the profession’s premier resource for educators, researchers, practitioners, financial services firms and the public. Through support and collaboration from all corners of the financial planning profession, the Center will bolster efforts to attract and develop a diverse next generation of financial planners that meets Americans’ rising needs for competent, ethical personal financial advice.
The Center’s Director of Development will collaborate with the Center’s leadership and Campaign Development Committee to develop, then, execute on fundraising plans and strategies to achieve annual fundraising goals aligned with areas of focus. Building on the Center’s momentum and visibility, the Director will oversee identifying key prospects, solicitation, and building relationships with current and prospective major corporate and individual donors. Reporting to the Center’s Executive Director, the Director of Development will provide leadership and management to achieve annual financial goals aligned with the strategic plan and programmatic funding priorities. The successful individual will complete and oversee management of the Center’s development and fundraising infrastructure, including policies and procedures, for transparency, compliance, and credibility. Additionally, the Director will create and implement donor recognition and stakeholder communications programs.
The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field and ten or more years’ of progressively responsible and successful development and fundraising experience, preferably in a foundation or profession-based association. A CFRE is preferred. Well-developed, effective interpersonal and communication skills and an executive presence are necessary. The ideal candidate will have an entrepreneurial mindset paired with a strong networking ability that leads to the development of strategic relationships with key individuals and organizations.
Vetted Solutions has been retained to assist the Pennsylvania Osteopathic Medical Association (POMA) in recruiting a new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Headquartered in Harrisburg, POMA is one of the largest state osteopathic medical associations, serving approximately 8,000 osteopathic physicians. POMA’s mission is to promote public health by elevating and maintaining high standards of osteopathic education; stimulating research and investigation; and collecting and disseminating knowledge for the education and improvement of the profession, as well as the benefit of humanity. POMA offers a wide array of programs and services to the profession, including legislative activities, education through meetings, symposia, a clinical assembly, webinars, and publications; peer review; and practice management training. It also includes a robust program for medical students and first year physicians. In addition, POMA oversees a separate 501(C)(3) foundation that provides a variety of services to practicing osteopathic physicians and students alike, such as grants and scholarships, and public awareness activities.
The CEO is responsible for providing strategic leadership and guidance to the POMA Board of Trustees, and ensuring that POMA staff, operations, and financial resources support the continued expansion of the organization as it moves to an even higher level of service to its members, the osteopathic profession, and the healthcare needs of the citizens of Pennsylvania. Working with POMA’s lobbyist, the CEO develops appropriate responses to legislators and regulators and builds effective coalitions and partnerships to ensure the strength of POMA’s presence within the Pennsylvania General Assembly; the viability, growth, and acceptance of osteopathic medicine; the career success of osteopathic physicians; and exemplary health care for the public in Pennsylvania. The CEO manages a staff of six and a budget of approximately $2 million. He or she is also responsible for all operations of the Foundation and the POMA headquarters building.
The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree (Master’s degree preferred) and five to 10 years’ leadership experience in a health or medical organization. Medical association experience and an understanding of osteopathic medicine are desirable. In addition, the CEO should have five to 10 years’ experience in government affairs, resulting in an understanding of the legislative process at the state level and the ability to represent an organization effectively before government bodies. Familiarity with organized medicine and the Pennsylvania political climate is desirable, though not required.
POMA is seeking a CEO who is embodies integrity, strong participatory leadership skills, mentorship, and creativity. He or she is an experienced and thoughtful leader with well-developed interpersonal skills, a transparent communications style, technological savvy, and experience in building member engagement and raising the visibility of an organization. POMA desires a leader who knows how to build positive and effective relationships both inside and outside an organization, to rally diverse groups around a common vision, and to develop a dynamic and effective organization providing the highest level of service to all of its stakeholders. The POMA CEO will show great respect for the organization’s legacy, while at the same time creating new programs, increasing visibility, and broadening the reach of the organization.
This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced medical or healthcare leader to take the top leadership position within a large state medication association and invest existing resources in furthering the growth of a prestigious organization, increasing member value, and building the association’s brand in the eyes of its stakeholders and the public.
The American Geophysical Union (AGU), located in Washington, D.C., has retained Vetted Solutions to assist in recruiting a Director of Development. AGU is a pre-eminent scientific organization devoted to advancing widespread public understanding of the Earth and the power of science to ensure a sustainable future. AGU has more than 62,000 members worldwide, with an extensive history of events and activities promoting broader understanding of geophysics. AGU remains a driving force behind rising public awareness of the importance of earth sciences in preserving and protecting our natural resources.
AGU is seeking a development executive capable of managing all fundraising initiatives and activities of the organization. The Director of Development will oversee all AGU development programs including: Individual giving, Foundation and Endowment, and Government grants. Developing strategy and tactics for a multi-year development effort is a key responsibility. With the 100th anniversary just a few years around the corner, this is an exciting time to join the staff at AGU as the organization is planning a major campaign for an endowment in conjunction with the commemoration.
The ideal candidate has a Master’s degree and a minimum of ten (10) years’ experience in development, fundraising, and donor relations. A proven track record of working in a membership organization environment is preferred. The candidate should be able to utilize strong interpersonal communication skills to develop and maintain relationships with both donors and prospects.
The School Nutrition Association (SNA), located in National Harbor, MD., has retained Vetted Solutions to assist in recruiting an Executive Director for the School Nutrition Foundation (SNF), an affiliated organization. SNF is dedicated to securing financial resources for education, professional development, scholarships and research in school nutrition for SNA members. SNF focuses on providing the resources that educate and empower SNA members to provide high-quality, low-cost meals to students across the nation and foster an environment where children achieve overall wellness and lifelong success.
The School Nutrition Foundation is seeking a professional capable of directing the fundraising and operational activities of the foundation to support strategic and financial goals. The incumbent is responsible for working with the CEO to implement strategic and business plans approved by the SNF Board of Directors while managing the day to day operations of the Foundation. This includes planning, budget development and management, fundraising and development programs and events, and building the relationships key to accessing grants and other funding for research, scholarships and professional development for SNA members. In addition, the incumbent is responsible for managing staff resources and assisting the CEO with SNF Board governance.
The ideal candidate has a Bachelor’s degree in a related field with ten or more years’ experience working as a member of a senior management team, preferably in a foundation or association. In depth knowledge of Federal laws and regulations for fundraising activities by 501c(3) is critical. The candidate should have highly developed communication skills in addition to a demonstrated ability to think both strategically and critically.
Vetted Solutions has been retained to assist the Lighthouse for the Blind, Inc. in recruiting its next President and CEO. The Lighthouse is a private, nonprofit social enterprise which has provided employment, support, and training opportunities for people who are blind, DeafBlind, and blind with other disabilities since 1918.
The Lighthouse’s philosophy maintains that each employee is provided with the support necessary for success in the workplace. This includes an in-house sign language interpreting department, staff mobility instructors to teach independent travel with a white cane or guide dog, and over 100 computer workstations adapted for use by individuals who are blind.
Headquartered in Seattle, Washington, the Lighthouse has a budget of approximately $80 million budget and a philanthropic foundation. The Lighthouse currently employs over 470 individuals, more than 260 of whom are blind, DeafBlind, or blind with other disabilities. Lighthouse employees make aerospace parts, office products, and a myriad of other machined products for customers such as The Boeing Company and the U.S. federal government. The Lighthouse operates seven Base Supply Centers which provides a retail setting for military personnel to purchase products made by people who are blind. Lighthouse employees also provide managed services like appointment setting, quality assurance, account reconciliation, and contract close out.
In addition to providing employment opportunities, The Lighthouse offers a wide range of programs and services for employees who are blind and DeafBlind. Computer training classes, braille courses, the acclaimed DeafBlind Retreat, and DeafBlind community classes as well as a program to educate elementary school students about blindness are just a few of the services offered.
The President and CEO reports to the Lighthouse Board of Trustees and has strategic and overall operational responsibility for the organization, ensuring positive impact in the community, financial stability, and organizational sustainability. The President and CEO will ensure that the Lighthouse’s fiscal, operations, marketing and communications, human resources, technology, and program strategies are effectively implemented across all segments of the organization.
The successful candidate should have leadership experience at the most senior level in the private or public sector, and be a visionary leader in developing, implementing executing and evaluating impactful strategic plans. Candidates should have a demonstrated track record in successfully building and maintaining a culture of collaboration and trust among constituencies, Board of Trustees and staff. Experience in manufacturing and product production is a plus. The successful candidate is someone who has an intimate understanding of the world of blindness/DeafBlind/vision loss and that world’s day-to-day challenges, along with gravitas to personally or closely demonstrate the ability for a blind or DeafBlind person or person with vision loss to work and highly function in a seeing and hearing world. As the public face of the Lighthouse, the successful candidate will be someone with the ability to define and passionately articulate the organization’s mission and work, as well as use ingenuity and critical thinking to build and strategically grow and organization with often limited resources and assistance.
The Lighthouse seeks candidates who have strong business acumen and understanding of the double bottom line, and who demonstrate passion for and commitment to bettering the world through employment opportunities for people with blindness, are DeafBlind, or have vision loss with other disabilities.
Vetted Solutions has been retained to assist the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) to recruit a Chief Executive Officer (CEO). ILTA is the premier peer networking organization in support of the legal profession, providing information to its members on ways to maximize the value and use of technology. Since ILTA was founded in 1980, its role has expanded in recent years since providing technology solutions to law firms and corporate legal departments has grown more complex. ILTA’s membership comprises more than 1400 firms and law departments and has over 20,000 individuals participating, not only in the US, but around the globe. ILTA has an annual budget of $7.5 million and a staff of 25. The association’s headquarters is located in Austin, Texas, with a number of the senior staff living and working remotely. The CEO can serve in the role from anywhere in the United States.
The CEO reports to the Board of Directors and collaborates with the Board to lead this premier peer networking organization in support of the legal profession. The CEO formulates and communicates a vision to grow ILTA’s brand awareness and member organizations worldwide, works with the Board to develop and implement a strategic plan designed to achieve a sustainable future of premiership, and raises the money and engages the people required to execute the plan. The CEO also oversees peer-powered thought leadership, program development, and program deliverables; implements sound, ethical, and legal governance and financial management policies; and manages the operations of the association.
The successful candidate must have at least 5 years of significant senior leadership and organizational management experience in a professional membership association. A bachelor’s degree is required, as is experience with international membership programs or services. The candidate should have experience working with, and partnering with, a Board of Directors or governing body. He/she should be a strategic thinker with planning experience that includes the development of annual goals and operational plans within nonprofit organizations. He/she must have a collaborative and inclusive leadership style, with the ability to drive consensus. ILTA is looking for an individual with dynamic public speaking skills and the ability to deliver effective, passionate messaging to various audiences at all levels. The successful candidate must have substantive financial management experience, including creation of non-dues revenue sources. He/she must have an understanding of the wide range of technologies and “user” skill levels with software, websites, online tools, and social media, including experience working in remote environments.
ILTA seeks candidates who are trusted leaders and managers, and who demonstrate a passion for, and commitment to, ILTA’s mission, core values, industry, and members.
Vetted Solutions has been retained to assist Us Helping Us, People Into Living, Inc. (UHU) to recruit an Executive Director. With a main office located in Washington, D.C., UHU is a nationally and internationally recognized community-based HIV/AIDS organization, serving as a model for community-based services and interventions. UHU is committed to improving the health and well-being of Black gay men through innovative programs and services and – through a vision of inclusiveness – to reducing the impact of HIV/AIDS in the entire African American community. With an annual budget of $2.4 million, UHU employs 26 full-time staff and delivers over 10 different programs and services.
The Executive Director of UHU is responsible for building on the organization’s successful legacy. He/she partners with a dedicated Board of Directors and oversees the strategic plan implementation, effective management of UHU resources, and monitors the organization’s programs and services. The Executive Director motivates and engages the staff and funders to ensure UHU’s focus and programs serve the community’s current needs, while positioning the organization for transformational growth in both traditional and innovative ways to meet emerging needs.
The successful candidate must have at least 5 years of significant leadership and organizational management experience in a nonprofit or similarly complex institution or organization. He/she should have a bachelor’s degree or equivalent professional experience. An advanced degree (ex: MPH or MBA) will be considered a plus. The candidate should have experience working with and partnering with a Board of Directors or governing body. He/she should be a strategic thinker with planning experience that includes the development of annual goals and operational plans. Experience in HIV/AIDS education, prevention, and service delivery, or related experience is necessary. Demonstrated knowledge or experience with the Affordable Care Act (ACA), state or local health care reform initiatives, HIPAA, and other regulatory standards is important. He/she can demonstrate a record in program and/or services development, delivery, and assessment. Fundraising, communication, and budget/finance skills are required, as well as staff leadership and management experience.
UHU seeks candidates who will be an inspirational and visionary leader that demonstrates passion for the next stage of the HIV/AIDS response, ending health disparities, addressing social justice, and promoting community development, particularly in the Black gay community.
Vetted Solutions has been retained to assist TESOL International Association (TESOL) recruit an Executive Director. Headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia, United States, TESOL is the largest professional organization for teachers of English as a second or foreign language. Founded in 1966, TESOL’s mission is to advance the quality of English language teaching through professional development, research, standards and advocacy. With over 12,000 members worldwide, and over 100 affiliated language education organizations, TESOL truly is an international association for those teaching the English language as a second or foreign language.
The Executive Director of TESOL is responsible for growing the reputation, influence and membership of the organization. He/she works closely with the Board of Directors and oversees the implementation of all policies and actions of TESOL, including the administration of services, programs, products, and operations. The Executive Director is also responsible for management of TESOL’s 19.5 staff members and budget of $5.3 million.
The successful candidate must have an advanced degree, preferably with a PhD or EdD. He/she will also have at least 5 years of executive-level experience in a professional membership association, or relevant organization. A Certified Association Executive (CAE) designation and bi- or multilingualism are pluses, but not required. The Executive Director should have and understanding of the breadth, depth, and impact of the English language teaching profession or similar profession, at educational levels from pre-primary through post-secondary. He/she must be a change agent who demonstrates respect for legacy and the ability to build upon recent successes. The Executive Director needs to be an effective communicator, and have experience working efficiently and inclusively with multicultural and multilingual constituents. He/she is one of the key spokespersons for the Association, both internally and externally. Further, the Executive Director must have substantive financial management experience, a history of developing nondues revenue, a track record of implementing and assessing a multi-year strategic plan, and experience with creating and developing diverse and inclusive environments for staff, association members and other stakeholders.
TESOL International Association seeks candidates who show a strong commitment to TESOL’s mission and profession, who are respected and trusted leaders, who have an ability to think strategically and tactically, and who can execute decisions while maintaining multicultural and multilingual understanding and sensitivity.