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National Advocacy Center Vice President
Location : District of Columbia, Washington
Refer job # RTXJ338226
 
Job Responsibilities and Requirements: The Vice President will: Lead an office culture that advances the National Wildlife Federation's adopted values of collaboration, empowerment, inclusivity, mindfulness, and mission-focused; Build productive and collaborative teams to advance key federal priorities, as defined through the strategic plan; Allocate the National Wildlife Federation's financial and other resources consistent with national program prioritization in ways that build organizational strength and power; Ensure communication of the National Wildlife Federation's federal priorities, strategies, and successes in ways that continually engage all staff, the Board of Directors, state territorial affiliates, donors and members, volunteers activists, partners and allies; Provide leadership in building partnerships with other conservation organizations and key individuals in government, private sector, and non-profit sector; Help achieve the organization's philanthropic fundraising goals by directly working with current and potential funders, as well as assisting senior leaders and staff as they secure funds from individuals, foundations, corporations, and governments to support National Wildlife Federation and its affiliates to accomplish regional and national priorities; and Advise the National Wildlife Federation Action Fund (C4), assist with C4 fundraising, and support annual events, like the Federation's Conservation Awards and associated insider briefings. The Vice President for the National Advocacy Center reports to the CEO and serves as a member of the Executive Team, working collaboratively with the CEO and other senior leaders to advance the strategic plan of the organization. Qualifications: At least 10 years of experience in personnel management, and complex budgeting. M.S., M.A. or equivalent, is preferable. A genuine and demonstrated commitment to the conservation legacy and overall mission of the National Wildlife Federation, especially the role of the State and Territorial Affiliate organizations and the bipartisan nonpartisan, science-based, and collaborative approach of the Federation to achieve its mission and strategic plan outcomes. Minimum of ten years of experience in conservation, grassroots organization leadership, engaging partners, and working with non-profit boards, government, and corporate entities. The position requires a commitment to, and strong skills related to: collaboration, strategic thinking, interpersonal relational skills, teambuilding, technology, diplomacy, decision making and the mentoring of staff. Strong communication and leadership skills are required, as well as a demonstrated ability to supervise, collaborate, and coordinate effectively and efficiently across a large, geographically dispersed organization with individuals at a variety of organizational positions. Travel will be required to regional offices, senior staff retreats, board meetings, and to speak at conferences, public events and with media. We anticipate 5-8 days every month, 30-60 nights per year.
 
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