Vice President, Flyway

Compensation

: $132,420.00 - $206,040.00 /year *

Employment Type

: Full-Time

Industry

: Executive Management



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  • The Flyway Vice Presidents will report to the Senior Vice President, States. The Vice President will develop and maintain key working relationships in the national office with the Chief Conservation Officer, the Chief Operating Officer and the Strategy Leads for each of the five strategic priorities. The Vice President will also serve as a liaison with the human resources, legal and finance departments. The Flyway Vice Presidents will work as a team, drawing on the strengths of each other to meet their goals.
  • State executive directors will report to and work in partnership with the Flyway Vice President. Development and other leadership staff in the states will also work closely with the Vice President.
  • The flyways traveled by birds each spring and fall inspire Audubon's model for organizational alignment and the states that the Flyway Vice President will be responsible for in their portfolio. Candidates can see the regions:--
    • 15 years+ of leadership experience in NGOs, environmental justice, conservation, government, advocacy, or campaigns
    • Demonstrated success in large, geographically distributed NGOs and networks, including building partnerships and capacity across a network
    • Superb interpersonal skills, with an impressive history of forging strong relationships with multiple stakeholders
    • Strong experience supporting and managing high performing teams
    • Proven expertise and ability to bridge long-term strategy with short-term goals
    • Demonstrated experience overseeing complex and multiple projects in a matrixed environment, including meeting financial goals and deadlines, and communicating and coordinating closely with key staff
    • Proven track record delivering significant impact in an NGO
    • Excellent and persuasive communication skills, both written and verbal
    • Alignment with Audubon's belief in working with a range of political stakeholders
    • Ability to engage a diverse array of people, communities, and organizations
    • Experience in or knowledge of the conservation movement
    • Experience in distributed operations with geographically dispersed units
    • Experience with retail operations (nature centers, zoos, museums)
    • Commitment to the mission and programs of the National Audubon Society
    • Ability to travel up to 60-70% of the time
      Associated topics: administrative assistant, administrative staff, assist, associate, beverage, facilities, front office, food, operation, support * The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.

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