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Digital Marketing Specialist

Ref ID: 05090-0011600208 Classification: Digital Marketing Specialist Compensation: $20.00 to $22.00 hourly The Creative Group is currently hiring a Digital Marketing Specialist for a short term, remote assignment. This not for profit is looking for someone to help increase and ramp-up their digital presence. The successful candidate will support for social media, websites, and paid […]

Media Relations Specialist

Ref ID: 05090-0011600218 Classification: Public Relations Specialist Compensation: $22.00 to $25.00 hourly The Creative Group is currently hiring a Media Relations Specialist for a short term, remote assignment. The successful candidate will work to support this organization with media buys, earned media, and press releases. This company is in the non-profit space. Job Requirements: – […]

Executive Director

Employer Center for Progressive Reform Location The Executive Director should live in the Washington, DC area or be able to travel there as needed. Salary $120,000 to $150,000 Posted Oct 21, 2020 Closes Nov 20, 2020 Job Function Executive / Senior Management Focus Areas Civil Rights / Advocacy, Environment Position Type Full Time Degree Level Masters Willingness to Travel up to 25% Experience Level Professional You need to sign in or create an account to save Executive Director Job Description/Opening The Center for Progressive Reform (CPR) seeks a visionary leader and skilled manager to be our next Executive Director. We are looking for candidates who have a deep commitment to inclusive and progressive environmental, labor, and public health policies. CPR is a national non-profit organization founded in 2002 to protect and strengthen regulatory safeguards for health, safety, and the environment. Our model to drive change is unique: we collaborate with our network of more than 60 nationally recognized legal scholars to influence policymakers on a wide range of critical policy and law issues. Our scholars and staff bring deep expertise to the public policy arena, from translating scholarly legal work for policymakers, publishing op-eds in national news outlets, testifying before Congress, weighing in on regulatory proposals, working the media, collaborating with like-minded organizations, and helping the public engage with the policy process. In 2020, our scholars and staff have been quoted, cited, interviewed, and published hundreds of times in nearly 200 different media outlets, including The New York Times, The Washington Post, USA Today, the Associated Press, CNN, NPR, and NBC News. More than 130 of those stories were related to COVID-19. The Executive Director (ED) will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for CPR’s staff, programs, execution, and evolution of its mission. The ED will focus on leadership, vision, and development with a comprehensive understanding of programs, operations, and business plans. The Executive Director will further CPR’s mission through formulating and executing on a vision for the organization as it enters its third decade, which will include broadening and diversifying CPR’s development capacity, its impact, and its outreach. The ED will oversee the composition, organization, and engagement of the pillars of CPR’s community: an eight-person staff, legal scholars, donors, and digital and conventional media outlets. The position is full-time, in the Washington, DC area, and the ED reports to CPR’s Board of Directors. Responsibilities The Executive Director will incorporate values of Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (as articulated in CPR’s JEDI Statement) in all responsibilities and duties and in developing and executing a vision for CPR. In this spirit, the ED will: Leadership & Management Provide vision and leadership for CPR as it pursues its mission, sets goals, broadens its scope, and expands its influence and reach. Oversee the design, promotion, delivery, and quality of all projects and programs. Cultivate, organize, and expand our network of legal and other scholars and engage and energize policymakers, media outlets, allies, and funders in CPR’s work. Develop, steward, and support a strong Board of Directors; serve as ex-officio on some Board committees; and seek and build Board involvement. Hire, lead, coach, develop, and retain CPR’s high-performance team, and manage CPR staff and support their professional development. Maintain effective systems to track program growth and progress, and communicate successes to the Board, funders, and other constituents. Oversee the fiscal and administrative operations of the organization and ensure that CPR complies with all legal and ethical requirements, with particular attention to justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion. Fundraising & Communications Develop and implement short- and long-term fundraising plans; research funding sources and establish strategies to approach new funders; build and maintain relationships with individual donors, foundations, and other providers of grant-based support; and help maintain fundraising records and documentation. Expand local and national fundraising activities to support existing program operations and regional expansion while simultaneously exploring other revenue generating opportunities. Work with CPR’s communications team to refine all aspects of communicationsfrom web presence to external relations with the goal of creating a stronger brand. Maintain, expand, and develop robust communications and systems. Serve as a public spokesperson for the organization; cultivate a broad network to garner new opportunities; and maintain a working knowledge of significant developments in relevant fields of law and policy. Qualifications The ED will be thoroughly committed to CPR’s mission. All candidates should have proven leadership, coaching, fundraising, and relationship management experience; strong written and oral communications skills; and the ability to grow programs and organizations. The successful candidate will be mission-driven; flexible; self-directed; lead with integrity and affability; and be committed to progressive causes, social justice, and inclusion. Preferred Skills & Experience Advanced degree in a relevant field (i.e., law, public health, public policy, etc.). Experience and expertise with environmental, labor, and/or public health policy; the workings of Capitol Hill; and federal, regional, and local policy-making. Demonstrated success in fundraising and network-building, preferably within the non-profit community. Excellence in organizational management with the ability to coach staff, manage, and develop high-performance teams in a remote organization with a virtual office; engage the Board of Directors; set and achieve strategic objectives; and manage a budget. A persuasive communicator with excellent interpersonal and multidisciplinary project skills. Ability to work effectively in collaboration with diverse groups of people. Compensation & Benefits Location: CPR operates as a remote organization but much of the organization’s critical work requires frequent interaction with elected officials and government agencies, funders, and partner organizations located in or near Washington, DC. The Executive Director should therefore live in the Greater Washington Area, or be able to travel there on a monthly basis, or as needed. Salary: $120,000-$150,000 Benefits: CPR pays for half of the cost of health and dental insurance, including employee dependents. Premiums are deducted from employee paychecks on a pre-tax basis. Full-time employees may participate in a Simple IRA retirement plan with automatic 2% contributions from CPR. CPR has generous vacation, holiday, personal, parental, and sick leave policies, all in a work-from-home environment. Start Date: As soon as possible. Close Date: Applications will be accepted until position is filled. How to To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, references, brief writing sample, and links to your work reflecting your qualifications to . We will consider applications on a rolling basis. No phone calls please. All applications will be acknowledged promptly. (This job announcement can also be found at The Center for Progressive Reform is committed to equal opportunity in employment and promotion for all qualified persons without regard to race, color, age, religion, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, military or veteran status, the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability, pregnancy and childbirth, family responsibilities, or any other basis protected by applicable laws, regulations, or guidelines relating to discrimination in employment. Social share Similar jobs Executive Director Los Angeles County, California $30/hour, no benefits Historical Society of Southern California 2

Director – Health in Emergencies

The Canadian Red Cross is looking for a Director – Health in Emergencies. Reporting to the Geographic Vice President and under the technical leadership of the Global Health Unit, the Health in Emergencies Director will shape CRC’s emergency health interventions in the province and the strengthening of its health surge capacities, including organizing these capacities […]

Director of Communications

The Basics Job term: Full-time, permanent Hiring salary range: $68,000 – $77,000 per year plus benefits Start date: As soon as possible Location: Currently a remote working position. May eventually require occasional travel to Toronto office dependent on public health guidelines due to COVID-19 Application method: Cover letter and resume sent to Closing date: […]

Senior Accountant – Remote – Accounting Firm

To support the growth of the accounting firm, we are looking for a Senior Accountant.Preparation of financial statements and tax returns in accordance with Firm standards for clients in a variety of businesses and non-profit enterprisesConducting audits on small to medium sized organizations in a variety of industriesAuditing financial statements of business clientsEffective communication with […]

Director – Health in Emergencies

The Canadian Red Cross is looking for a Director – Health in Emergencies. Reporting to the Geographic Vice President and under the technical leadership of the Global Health Unit, the Health in Emergencies Director will shape CRC’s emergency health interventions in the province and the strengthening of its health surge capacities, including organizing these capacities […]

Head of Target Discovery and Translational Research

At the Chordoma Foundation, we do more than simply fund research; we take responsibility for catalyzing the discovery of better treatments by creating a research ecosystem conducive to progress and by proactively and comprehensively supporting high-impact research and drug development projects.

Building on recent research advances, the Chordoma Foundation is now seeking a therapeutically oriented scientist to lead the worldwide search for better treatments for this disease. As Head of Target Discovery and Translational Research you will:

Drive the discovery, validation and prioritization of therapeutic targets for chordoma through both academic collaborations and contract research
Generate preclinical data and disease insights to guide repurposing of existing drugs or combinations for chordoma, and/or the discovery and early clinical development of new drug candidates against chordoma-relevant targets
Collaborate with investigators and companies to plan and implement scientifically sound early stage clinical studies

In this position you will have a bird’s eye view over the entire chordoma research landscape and a wide-open opportunity to pursue the most promising science across a variety of domains, technologies and therapeutic modalities, unconstrained by academic or industry incentive structures. You will advance research both by supporting the work of academic investigators and companies, and – akin to a virtual biotech – by directing your own research using Foundation-owned biospecimens and disease models. And you will do so within a collaborative, constructive and mission-oriented research community focused on improving the lives of patients.

In time, you will become the world’s foremost expert on the biology of this disease, and will have an outsized impact on this burgeoning field. While only time and good science can tell which therapies will ultimately prove effective for chordoma, it is virtually certain that when they are found you will have had a significant hand in bringing them to fruition.


New full time position
Fully remote, open to candidates located anywhere in the U.S.
Travel required up to 20% of the time (outside of the pandemic once regular travel resumes)
Reports to the Executive Director
Manages multiple consultants and contract research service providers


Target Discovery:

Systematically gather and track evidence regarding potential therapeutic targets for chordoma
Promote basic research on chordoma by overseeing outsourced biospecimen, model and data repositories
Proactively initiate and support high-priority target discovery projects in collaboration with academic investigators and companies
Direct target discovery and validation research through contract labs using CF biospecimens and disease models
Oversee the CF Drug Screening Program, evaluating promising therapies and combinations in cell line and PDX models – including therapies nominated internally and by academic and industry collaborators


Collaborate with the Foundation’s Head of New Drug Discovery to support preclinical development and evaluation of new drugs in partnership with academic and company partners
Work with the Foundation’s Medical and Scientific Advisory Boards to prioritize therapeutic agents – new and repurposed – to take forward into clinical trials
Oversee execution of preclinical experiments to enable and inform design of scientifically sound clinical studies (including efficacy, PK and/or PD studies)
Work with clinical investigators, consultants, and companies to design informative early stage clinical studies of new and repurposed drugs or combinations based on your knowledge of disease biology and the drugs’ pharmacological properties
Help bring high priority trials to fruition by recruiting clinical investigators and/or company sponsors as needed, providing grant support for investigator-initiated trials and/or supporting development of grant applications to other funders


Doctoral degree (PhD, MD/PhD or PharmD) with a focus on cell or molecular biology, computational biology, chemical biology, pharmacology, pharmaceutical sciences or closely related area of study
At least seven years of post-doctoral work experience in oncology research; experience in industry preferred
Deep knowledge of cancer biology and the oncology drug discovery landscape
Expertise in designing and interpreting in-vitro and in-vivo experiments to support drug discovery and early stage clinical trials
Ability to interpret and derive novel insights from a wide variety of data types
Love of learning and an ability to rapidly assimilate new information about disease biology and relevant technologies
Experience supervising contract research providers, ensuring high standards of productivity and quality
Highly organized and able to successfully advance multiple projects in parallel
Excellent relationship management skills, with the ability to build and maintain effective partnerships and earn the trust and cooperation of researchers
An optimistic outlook and an entrepreneurial approach, with the ability to conceive of and implement new solutions or programs as needed
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including a strong ability to translate scientific concepts into terms understandable to business and lay audiences
Strong inclination to use technology to maximize efficiency


The Chordoma Foundation offers a competitive salary and benefits package including:

100% employer-sponsored health insurance plan
Dental and vision insurance
Short and long-term disability insurance
Life insurance
SIMPLE IRA with company matching
Holidays and paid time off

Other perks of this job include:

Substantial schedule flexibility
Significant visibility and network-building opportunities with premier scientists, companies and investors
Support for professional development, learning and skills building
Highly nimble, efficient and tech-enabled work environment
Opportunities to initiate, build and own new programs, projects and alliances
Personal connection with the patients and families whose lives your work will touch


The Chordoma Foundation is a nonprofit organization created by patients and families to be an agent of change on behalf of those affected by chordoma – a rare bone cancer of the skull and spine. We envision a future in which everyone diagnosed with chordoma is able to overcome their disease and maintain their quality of life. To realize this vision, we help patients and families dealing with chordoma take on their disease, armed with information from the world’s leading medical experts as well as support from a community of peers. At the same time, we help doctors, researchers, and companies work together to accelerate the development of better treatments for the disease. Since 2007, our work has enabled thousands of patients to get the care they need, produced the first published treatment guidelines for chordoma, and advanced research that has resulted in seven new clinical trials. Now, with a motivated community of patients, doctors, and researchers, and new, even more powerful drugs in development, we are on the cusp of changing the outlook for individuals with this disease. We are looking for passionate and entrepreneurial professionals to join us in this quest.

Director – Health in Emergencies

The Canadian Red Cross is looking for a Director – Health in Emergencies. Reporting to the Geographic Vice President and under the technical leadership of the Global Health Unit, the Health in Emergencies Director will shape CRC’s emergency health interventions in the province and the strengthening of its health surge capacities, including organizing these capacities […]

Director – Health in Emergencies

The Canadian Red Cross is looking for a Director – Health in Emergencies. Reporting to the Geographic Vice President and under the technical leadership of the Global Health Unit, the Health in Emergencies Director will shape CRC’s emergency health interventions in the province and the strengthening of its health surge capacities, including organizing these capacities […]

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