Executive Director (m/f)

The Hill
Washington, DC
Mar 14, 2018
Mar 15, 2018
Executive, Director
Specialty Trades
Full Time
The firm is a venture-backed company reinventing banking to power the financial services of the future.A' A cents - Follow legislation; engage and educate decision-makers on Capitol Hill on legislative prioritiesA cents - Prepare and coordinate with members to deliver commentsA' to Congress on regulations and legislationA cents - Ensure the Harvesters are well represented before Congress and agencies; coordinate member fly-ins to Washington, DCA' A cents - Ensure that boards are fully informed on activities and operationsA cents - Develop agendas and materials for board meetings and conference callsA cents - Provide support to boards and committees; ensure that materials are prepared and provided in a timely mannerA cents - Participate with the boards in strategic and operational planningA cents - Identify trends, issues, or activities that further the mission of the HarvestersA cents - Oversee daily operations of (c)(4) and (c)(3)A cents - Carry out board directives in a timely mannerA' A cents - Develop annual budgetA cents - Ensure that HarvestersA cents € (TM) activities support goals and objectivesA cents - Oversee vendor contractsA cents - Oversee the HarvestersA cents € (TM) fundraising including grants, membership, charitable donations and sponsorshipsA cents - Strategically engage with supporters to strengthen relationshipsA cents - PromoteA' the HarvestersA cents € (TM) mission, vision and valuesA' A cents - Serve as point-person for current members and member recruitsA cents - Maintain consistent member communications including regular email updatesA cents - Ensure effective public relations and media campaigns to includeA' press release development; quarterly newsletter; regular email updates to members; social media engagement; media inquiries; and websiteA cents - Strong knowledge of legislative process and comfortable interacting with legislators and their staffsA cents - Demonstrated ability to build and cultivate strong relationships with funders and donorsA cents - Strong communications and interpersonal skillsA' A cents - Able to identify trends and how they affect the organizationA cents - Respectful and ethical working styleA' A cents - Entrepreneurial, innovative and thoughtful approachA cents - Strong knowledge of legislative processA cents - UnderstandingA' ofA' how to work with a boardA cents - Excellent written and verbal communication skillsA cents - Experience in fundraising and grant administration preferredA cents - Experience with successfullyA' responding to fisheries policy questions preferredA cents - Proven track record of effectivelyA' working with fisheries, marine resources, environmental, academic, or government positions preferredA cents - Previous nonprofit management experience preferredA cents - BachelorA cents € (TM) s degree or higher requiredA cents - Ability to travel as required