Interim Chief Executive OfficerThe American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM) is seeking an experienced and personable Interim Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to provide strong leadership during a transitional period. The Interim CEO will work closely with the Board of Governors and Executive Committee to ensure continued success of the organization, maintain strategic initiatives, and uphold AIUM’s mission and its six core staff values: express curiosity, be resourceful, collaborate first, act with integrity, demonstrate empathy, and embrace lifelong learning. The Interim CEO must be a transparent leader who can quickly establish collaborative relationships. The AIUM has a rich 70-year history, yet it is a growing organization with a focus on attracting and keeping the right team members that enhance its culture by being humble, collaborative, innovative, ambitious, and masters of execution. View the Full Position | Download the PDF | Apply Now
Program Manager, Evidence-Based Breast Surgery Guidelines
The Program Manager, Evidence-Based Breast Surgery Guidelines, will support all phases of the American Society of Breast Surgeons (ASBrS) statements and clinical practice document development and revision processes and serve as the liaison to the ASBrS Committees supporting these efforts. ASBrS is headquartered in Columbia, MD; the Program Manager will work a hybrid schedule and should be either living in the Washington DC Metro Area or willing to travel to the area for meetings as needed.
hope+door, a rapidly growing nonprofit organization based in Wayne, PA, is seeking an Executive Director (ED). The ED will oversee all aspects of the nonprofit, including fundraising, communications, grants, finance, and program management. The ED will lead this dynamic organization in achieving its strategic goals, expanding its reach, and ensuring its financial and operational sustainability. The ED will work closely with the Board of Directors, manage one staff member, and develop relationships with key stakeholders, donors, and partners.
Chief of Finance and Operations
Reporting to the Executive Director/CEO, the Chief of Finance and Operations will provide strategic and operational direction for finance, human resources, information technology, and facilities management for the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP) 501(c)(3) as well as to the American Association of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 501(c)(6), and the AACAP-PAC. This position serves as a strategic thought-partner and results-oriented leader skilled at collaborating with key stakeholders to drive organizational strategy and financial stewardship. The Chief of Finance and Operations will lead process improvements and will play a critical role in the transformation already underway, partnering with the Executive Director/CEO and the senior leadership team to manage change and ensure AACAP’s operating and financial functions align with current and future needs.
The Executive Director (ED) of the International Municipal Signal Association (IMSA) contributes to the overall success of the organization by effectively managing all membership, marketing, financial, and certification tasks for the organization under the direction of the President, the Executive Committee, and the seven-member Board of Directors (BOD). As the chief staff executive, the ED is responsible to the Board for managing and directing all of IMSA’s activities. The ED serves as the Secretary to the BOD and the Council of Delegates (COD) and participates in the meetings and discussions.
President & CEO
President and CEO of the Community Foundation for Northern Virginia (the Community Foundation) advances the organization’s vision and drives its mission. In pursuit of the Community Foundation’s mission, the CEO implements the current strategic plan, engages the Board, ensures financial, investment, and legal integrity and sufficiency, provides day-to-day operational management and oversight, and oversees discretionary grant and community leadership programs including Insight Region. As the principal representative of the Community Foundation, the CEO helps communicate the organization’s work and impact and connects with donors and external stakeholders and stewards trusted relationships with them.View the Full Position | Download the PDF | Apply Now
The Kappa Kappa Gamma Foundation is a $60 million public charity located in Dublin, Ohio, that offers mission-driven professionals an opportunity to invest in Kappa members by funding programs that fulfill the evolving needs of women.The ideal Executive Director candidate has a passion for Kappa Kappa Gamma and experience with executive leadership and administrative oversight. The Executive Director must be a strategic thinker, talented communicator, and collaborative leader. As a seasoned relationship manager, this chief executive will manage relationships with key stakeholders and develop a talented team of Foundation staff to drive success for the Foundation’s first-ever comprehensive fundraising campaign. The Executive Director role can be a hybrid role for the right candidate who is open to traveling to the Dublin offices on a regular basis.
Chief Executive Officer
The International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP), located in Washington, DC, is conducting a search for its next Chief Executive Officer (CEO). With a revenue budget of approximately $4M to $6M and a staff of approximately 17, IASP’s vision is to work together for pain relief throughout the world. The organization brings together scientists, clinicians, health-care providers, and policymakers to stimulate and support the study of pain and translate that knowledge into improved pain relief worldwide.