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Greenbelt Alliance San Francisco, CA
Apr 23, 2021
Full time
About Greenbelt Alliance: At Greenbelt Alliance, we educate, advocate, and collaborate to ensure the Bay Area’s lands and communities are resilient to a changing climate. Over Greenbelt Alliance’s 60-year history, we have stewarded this region’s beautiful natural landscapes while promoting the growth needed for thriving communities for generations to come. As a result, today, almost 3.3 million acres of the Bay Area’s nine counties are protected open spaces. Now, the Bay Area’s people, cities, and lands need critical help as our climate dramatically changes. Learn more about our mission, vision, and organizational values here . Our work is more urgent than ever as we see our most vulnerable communities already suffering from the effects of a changing climate—we need to accelerate our pace of adaptation to build a resilient future. If you share this sense of urgency, and want to have the privilege of waking up every day knowing that you are taking action to make a difference, this could be the role for you! About the Opportunity: Greenbelt Alliance seeks a visionary, skilled and passionate Director of Development. The organization recently developed a new mission and vision to ensure the Bay Area’s lands and people are resilient to a changing climate and is looking for a senior-level executive who will direct all aspects of organizational fundraising and provide long-term strategic direction for the organization’s future financial sustainability. The Director of Development will work closely with the Executive Director and Board of Directors along with existing members of the fundraising, communications, program, and finance teams to advance the mission of the organization while working to achieve an annual budget of around $2 million.  The right candidate will prioritize sustainability and long-view thinking, building and refining the fundraising systems needed. The organization’s fundraising portfolio consists of individual, institutional, and corporate funders. Critical to this role will be the ability to evaluate the costs and benefits of focusing on different fundraising strategies, and prioritizing those with highest potential yield. Connections in the Bay Area’s philanthropic community will be helpful in this role. This position reports to the Executive Director and manages the development team (currently two FTE).  If you answer yes to the following, this role might be the perfect fit for you! Are you a strategic, organized leader with the ability to communicate complex programs in a compelling way to multiple donor audiences?  Do you love finding creative ways to collaborate across sectors to build partnerships that increase an organization’s effectiveness and ability to attract funding? Do you bring a thoughtful analysis on how to weigh different pathways to optimize fundraising and financial stability? Are you a manager who can cultivate and mentor talented staff to reach their full potential? Are you passionate about building a just, equitable, and resilient future for the Bay Area and are excited to help secure the resources needed to realize that dream? Do you love connecting with people and sharing your passion for the cause?  Duties and Responsibilities With a strong development team and a committed Board and Executive Director, you’ll be responsible for leading on organizational fundraising, including: In collaboration with the Executive Director, you will develop an ambitious and realistic revenue budget for the organization, and you will plan and execute all steps necessary to meet revenue goals to implement our Strategic Plan . Greenbelt Alliance has a diverse funding base that provides a strong foundation to build a sustainable plan for future growth and sustainability. You will have the opportunity to bring a fresh lens to these strong fundamentals and develop and implement a fundraising strategy for the future. You’ll work with the program team on developing and honing our program areas and partnerships to position the organization effectively for transformative individual, institutional, and corporate fundraising. You’ll help manage and grow the Planned Giving program along with the Director of Major Gifts, bringing that revenue channel into the forefront of organizational fundraising priorities.  You’ll have the chance to represent Greenbelt Alliance publicly to cultivate individual relationships with foundation representatives, major donors, and other partners. You will work with the Director of Major Gifts and the Corporate & Foundation Relations Manager to continually identify prospective individual and corporate donors and develop strategies to cultivate those relationships and increase funding to the organization. Qualifications A successful candidate will have or be willing to cultivate the following qualifications: Experience raising funds for nonprofits, including a track record in cultivating and securing significant grant funding. Experience in an advocacy organization in a field such as climate, land-use, housing, and/or environmental policy is a plus.  Demonstrable experience in strategic thinking and the ability to craft and implement a multi-faceted, goal-oriented, sustainable fundraising plan. Outstanding writing skills and ability to engage supporters and prospects through compelling and articulate oral presentations. Experience and self-confidence in working with high-level donors and leading foundations. Entrepreneurial sensibility in discovering new funding opportunities and identifying new ways to pitch climate-resilient land-use policy and accomplishments to donors. Experience using Salesforce for database, donor, and fundraising management. Equal Employment Statement: Greenbelt Alliance is an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, disability, gender, nationality, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or any other category. We strongly encourage people of color, LGBTQIA+ persons, people of different levels of physical ability, people with diverse national and class origins, and all qualified persons to apply for this position.
FDA, CVM Rockville, Maryland
Apr 23, 2021
Full time
    The Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM), Office of the Director (OD), is seeking qualified applicants for a Veterinary Medical Officer position. CVM’s mission is to protect and promote human and animal health. CVM ensures the safety of the American food supply, the safety of animal food and devices, and the safety and effectiveness of animal drugs. Specifically, the Center evaluates new animal drug applications for safety and effectiveness; monitors animal drugs, foods, and devices on the market; evaluates animal food additives for safety and utility; and conducts applied research to further protect human and animal health. As a high-performance organization within the FDA, CVM strives for excellence, innovation, and leadership across all operations, occupations, and grade levels.   OD has primary responsibility for establishing and coordinating the overall regulatory policy and scientific direction of the Center. OD is also responsible for the Center's Freedom of Information Act activities, stakeholder outreach and engagement, customer service through the Ombudsman, international relations, as well as information management operations involving website content and 508 Compliance requirements. In addition, the Office provides individual and team coaching services and internal organizational change advice in support of CVM's operation as a High Performance Organization.   As a Veterinary Medical Officer, you will have a significant impact on enhancing the Office’s COVID-19 response capabilities across the One Health arena. Specifically, you will: Manage and coordinate One Health activities between CVM and FDA as well as other government agencies and entities; Provide input into and coordinate One Health activities with the Center Director, and Deputy Center Director; Stay abreast of COVID-19-related and other zoonotic disease developments, both domestically and internationally, particularly from a One Health perspective; Network, exchange information, and raise awareness of the use and benefits of One Health principles, examples and practices; Advise on veterinary medical issues related to animal drugs, laws, regulations, and policies as well as scientific research and industry developments in veterinary medicine and related fields. It is desirable that applicants have a Master’s in Public Health in addition to their veterinary medical degree, and/or a combination of relevant education and experience. Experience in One Health Activities, including with COVID-19, is preferred. Candidates should demonstrate proficiency and an understanding of One Health and the inter-relationship of veterinary medicine, human medicine and environmental factors related to One Health. The ability to communicate effectively and manage competing priorities while working in a fast-paced, team environment is also required. The position is located in Rockville, Maryland and is available immediately. The position will be filled through FDA’s Staff Fellowship program. Appointments will be made up for up to two years with potential opportunities for renewal. The salary range is $87,198 to $134,798 based on experience and education. Further information regarding qualification requirements can be found by visiting the following link:     Veterinary Medical Officer https://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/classification-qualifications/general-schedule-qualification-standards/0700/veterinary-medical-science-series-0701/ Please submit your letter of interest, resume, and transcripts to: CVMOpportunities@fda.hhs.gov with the subject line of “OD COVID-19 Staff Fellow Position – HireLatinos.”  Questions may also be directed to the CVM Opportunities mailbox. Applications will be accepted through May 10, 2021. **Applications will be reviewed and interviews will be scheduled on a first come, first serve basis.**   Why CVM? Safeguarding human and animal health is what we do. When you join our team, you impact this unique and amazing mission no matter your position. You also join a diverse community of exceptional people who encourage and support everyone to dream, inspire each other, and live our best lives, personally and professionally. When you join CVM, you join an incredible place to work.    
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