Job Bank - 12 current listings:
Avid -- SVP/Chief Marketing Officer
C&K -- Vice President of Finance
Care 2 Communities -- Executive Director
Education Development Center - Chief Human Resources Officer
The Ellie Fund - Finance Director
Empower Success Corps - Deputy Director
Kesem - VP, Finance, Talent and Administration
Revels -- Director of Development
PCG Public Partnerships, LLC - Chief Financial Officer
PTC - General Manager / Executive Vice President of Augmented Reality
Shriners Hospitals for Children - Development Officer
Southern New Hampshire University -- CFO & Treasurer
Wellington Management Company, LLP - Channel Marketer

(full position descriptions below)

Avid -- SVP/Chief Marketing Officer
Through Avid Everywhere, Avid delivers the industry's most open, innovative and comprehensive media platform connecting content creation with collaboration, asset protection, distribution and consumption for the most listened to, most watched and most loved media in the world—from the most prestigious and award-winning feature films, music recordings, and television shows, to live concerts and news broadcasts. Industry leading solutions include Pro Tools®, Media Composer®, Nexis®, Interplay®, and Sibelius®. Our digital audio and video solutions continue to revolutionize the art of creative storytelling, and have earned us hundreds of awards, including two Oscar® statuettes, a Grammy®, and 15 Emmys®

Job Summary: Seeking a talented Senior Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer, who will be a key member of the executive team, drive the processes of aligning marketing efforts to the company’s strategy and implementing the strategic and tactical plans to meet company objectives.  The successful candidate will have accountability for creating and implanting a go-to-market strategy that includes support for current products, worldwide markets and channels as well as technological expansions. This position requires a dynamic leader, an outstanding and motivating communicator who is self-driven, highly creative and able to lead staff, peer groups and executives in all areas of marketing.

Responsibilities & Duties: •    Work closely with the executive team to develop strategic marketing plans that reflect the company’s aggressive business goals.•    Build and implement a marketing strategy that brings marketing influence and messaging consistency into all of the company’s communications inside and outside the organization.•    Develop and manage the execution of brand and marketing campaigns to reinforce the company’s dominant position and to introduce innovations into new markets with the greatest possible impact.  •    Oversee development and creative implementation of the company’s annual marketing budget in a fiscally responsible manner.•    Create an inclusive, dynamic working environment that brings out the best in reporting managers and creates clear paths for staff growth and development.•    Develop internal and executive communications strategies and plans that enhance employee and company performance•    Serve as a true business partner with sales in helping the company to aggressively gain market share, expand client wallet share and fuel growth•    Support Investor Relation Activities •    Manage Media Relations•    Driven by a strategic framework, set the marketing plan and priorities to enhance the company’s brand and messaging and to effectively position the company and its offerings. Lead an integrated approach to brand messaging and customer experience•    Effectively support current products/services while helping to develop and launch new cutting-edge solutions for the media Industry•    Develop Competitive Intelligence Briefings •    Coordinate internal and external customer and partner events•    Be proactive, results and ROI oriented, ensuring that marketing activities drive higher returns.•    Identify new integrated marketing directions that bring brand vision to life. Integrate all communication strategies. Develop and manage strategic partnership programs as appropriate to advance the brand•    Re-engineer Demand Generation process and focus•    E-Commerce Commercialization and Digital Optimization

Qualifications & Skills: •    The ideal candidate will have experience in a large, global organization as well as an earlier stage company, including:o    An accomplished leader with 10+ years of technology marketing experience with multi-faceted technology products and software solutions. Both enterprise and digital sales experience is important, direct digital consumer experiences is a very strong plus.o    An undergraduate degree or equivalent is required. An advanced degree such as a Master’s degree in marketing is desirable.o    Success in building, developing and managing marketing teams; working effectively in partnership with the other executives of the company. o    Financial acumen and discipline is essential and there is P&L responsibility for the digital business.•    A proven track record of taking strategic plans and vision and implementing plans which the company can take to market, realizing measurable and profitable growth because of this effort.•    Demonstrated success as a Marketing leader deploying initiative to transform organizational culture and an aptitude for strategic planning.  •    Possess hands-on marketing experience; capable of staffing, managing, mentoring and driving marketing teams to deliver products, manage communications/messaging, competitive intelligence, PR, events and media relations.  •    Will have built, led, mentored, and motivated teams in to deliver revenue / profit targets. Possesses teamwork, communications, and management process skills needed for success in a rapidly growing and changing organization.

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C&K -- Vice President of Finance
C&K  is  a  leading  supplier  of  electromechanical  switches  and  specialized  connectors.  It  designs,  manufactures and sells a broad portfolio of products,  ranging  from  very  high  volume  ‘commodity‐like’  products to fully customized ones. The C&K brand is  trusted  by  customers  worldwide  for  its  range  of  products,  quality  and  reliability  at  competitive  prices.  The  company  serves  many  customers  throughout  the  world  in  a  variety  of  market  segments  (Automotive, Industrial, Consumer, Medical, Server,  Telecom,  Aerospace),  with  a  specific  focus  in  the  Automotive and Industrial segments. Customers are  served  through  various  sales  channels,  including  direct,  distribution  and  rep  firms  across  three  continents. C&K  was  formed  by  the  combination  of  C&K  Components  of  Newton,  MA  (USA),  Rudolph  Schadow  of  Berlin  (Germany),  and  the  Jeanrenaud switch company of Dole (France). In 2012, C&K made  a  major  acquisition  in  Asia,  purchasing  Comax Company of Huizhou (China). In 2017, Sun European  Partners acquired C&K.  C&K’s  focus  is  electromechanical  switches,  but  the  company’s  products  also  include  specialized  connectors  targeted  to  the  smart  card  and  space  industries.   With more than 1,500 employees, C&K is organized  as  a  global  company,  leveraging  international  and  local  organizations. The  company  has  offices  throughout the world, with two vertically integrated  production sites in Dole, France and Huizhou, China. Core competencies include R&D, plating, stamping,  molding,  and  manual  and  automated  high‐speed  assembly.   C&K  generates  revenue  of  approximately  $180m  with high EBITDA returns, and plans to grow to over  $300m within the next five years.  

The  Vice  President  of  Finance  provides  overall  strategic and operational direction to the company’s  finance,  budget,  tax,  insurance  and  accounting  functions.  The  Vice  President  of  Finance  also  provides leadership and collaboration with the CFO  in establishing financial strategic objectives as well as  operational  policies  and  procedures  to  ensure  attainment of corporate objectives. This position reports to the CFO and will be located  in the Newton, MA headquarters.

The Vice President of Finance will be responsible for:

  • Financial  leadership  of  C&K  with  a  focus  on  growing EBITDA and adding equity value
  • Providing strategic and operational direction  to the company’s finance, budget, and  accounting functions
  • Ensuring timely reporting to Sun European Partners to satisfy debt service
  • Managing the balance sheet, liquidity, financial  reporting and compliance
  • Driving continuous improvement in all  financial processes, leveraging technology and  staffing resources for a global business
  • Developing and overseeing best in class  finance functions such as cash flow  management, working capital management,  weekly cash and covenant monitoring tools and forecasting
  • Overseeing monthly and quarterly  consolidated financial statement preparation,  including investor reporting
  • Providing leadership to a global decentralized  staff, including employee performance  management, training and development, and  succession planning.
  • Providing timely and accurate analyses of  budgets, financial reports, and trends to assist  the CFO and other members of the senior  leadership team in performing their responsibilities
  • Developing appropriate metrics that are  translatable for use in critical decision making
  • Leading the corporate long‐ and short‐term business planning processes
  • Overseeing the annual external audit of the  company 

The requirements  for the Vice President of Finance  have been identified as:

  • Minimum of 15 years’ experience in financial  leadership roles, with a proven track record of  success in a growth‐oriented, decentralized  business
  • Deep knowledge of the functional elements of  finance and strong technical management  accounting skills, including budgeting and  forecasting, financial reporting, analytics, standard cost accounting, GAAP, margin  monitoring, and consolidations skills
  • Ability to execute a timely, effective, and  streamlined monthly financial statement close  process, providing direction to accounting and  financial analysis functions. Prepare monthly  financial narratives. Ensure financial  statements are prepared in accordance with US GAAP.
  • Experience working with investors and  negotiating with banks
  • Revenue and EBITDA consolidation and  growth/cost control
  • Manufacturing/industrial/automotive sector experience preferred
  • Expertise in treasury and cash management  including liquidity
  • Practiced in setting up lean reporting systems
  • Global finance and accounting experience
  • Track record in delivering growth plans  organically as well as through M&A, including  the integration of acquired businesses and set  up tracking systems to ensure synergies are  achieved
  • Strategic, confident management style  supported by deep business knowledge and  experience
  • Strongly analytical and detail oriented
  • Highly resilient, driven and determined
  • Good communication skills, able to get buy‐in  from all levels and across the business
  • Down‐to‐earth, energetic, pragmatic and  willing to “roll up their sleeves”
  • Unwavering personal and business integrity
  • Internationally mobile and willing to travel
  • Strong strategic mind‐set, with an ability to  assess, prioritize and interpret business  performance and determine clear‐sighted  business plans relevant to each area of the  business
  • A proactive self‐starter with an  entrepreneurial mind‐set; capable of working independently and pro‐actively, anticipating  challenges and exploiting opportunities
  • Highly commercial individual whose primary focus is on growing EBITDA and adding equity value

The required education for the Vice President of Finance: Bachelor’s degree in accounting required;MBA or CPA preferred

Contact: Bob Nephew, Managing Partner, RM Nephew & Associates LLC, 617‐830‐1731 (o) 781‐799‐3038 (c) [email protected]
Denise Amari, Partner, RM Nephew & Associates LLC, 617‐830‐1734 (o) 603‐858‐8112 (c) [email protected]
Paula Maloney, Recruiting Director, RM Nephew & Associates LLC, 617‐830‐6883 (o) 617‐529‐7916 (c) [email protected]


Care 2 Communities (C2C) - Executive Director
C2C operates a network of community-based primary care clinics in northern Haiti serving over 25,000 patients each year. Founded in 2009, C2C has a long history of health programming in Haiti – first as a disaster relief effort after Haiti’s devastating earthquake and, since 2013, as a social business model for healthcare that seeks to transform the healthcare sector.  C2C seeks an experienced nonprofit leader who will fuel our expansion trajectory through the following critically important activities: (1) developing and executing a diversified fundraising strategy, (2) leading C2C’s partnership agenda, and (3.) ensuring operational excellence.  The Executive Director (ED) is the chief development officer for C2C and is responsible for raising revenue to sustain annual operations and to position C2C for future growth. The organization’s service delivery footprint in Haiti will double within 24 months and the ED will be an experienced and skilled fundraiser, with a track record of managing a broad portfolio of major gifts, an annual fund, and institutional grants.  Our partnership with the Haitian Ministry of Health is central to our expansion plans as we begin the process of transitioning from ‘proof of concept’ to scale. The ED will help define how C2C will engage their award-winning social enterprise model for health systems reform. C2C’s low user-fees ensure the highest quality care for patients and long-term financial sustainability for the health system. C2C employs 40 people in Haiti and a 2-person team in the US. The ideal ED candidate will seek the opportunity to drive C2C’s fundraising, thought leadership, and governance agenda into our next phase of growth.
Core Responsibilities:
Fundraising: The ED will develop and maintain strong relationships with mission-aligned individuals, organizations, and institutions, including:
−    Design and execute a multi-year fundraising strategy, setting and meeting aggressive targets for revenue growth
−    Manage the foundation relations portfolio and increase by 50% within 18-24 months
−    Manage the major gifts and annual fund portfolio by working with the Board of Directors to significantly increase the base
Partnerships, External Relations and Thought Leadership: The ED will leverage opportunities to collaborate with a broad range of peer organizations, academic institutions, media and affinity groups, including:
−    Serve as the public face of C2C, exhibiting a compelling, expert message about health systems transformation in Haiti
−    Identify and secure opportunities to write and speak about C2C’s innovative approach to health systems transformation in Haiti
−    Build relationships with influential stakeholders, supporters, and collaborators to generate a groundswell of support for C2C’s next 5 years of growth
−    Identify and leverage partnership opportunities to expand the breadth of C2C’s health services impact.
−    Cultivate and project an organizational culture of creativity, innovative and tenacity
The ED will oversee the delivery of all C2C health services in Haiti. A strong in-country operations team provides local leadership and expertise. The ED supports their success by managing the strategic trajectory of the organization, and serving as an effective advocate and ambassador for C2C’s model to a US constituency.
−    Oversee and ensure effective programming in Haiti through management of Chief Operating Officer and in-country Directors
−    Develop and demonstrate expertise in C2C’s social enterprise model (unit economics), impact framework, and complex health services landscape in Haiti
−    Work collaboratively with the Board to meet the goals and objectives of the organization and to support the Board as it expands, as well as advise on strategic and programmatic issues.
−    Serve on the Executive Committee of the Board as an ex officio member to plan and direct all Board meetings
−    Participate in Director recruitment and retention activities
−    Lead the organization to ensure sound financial management and effective administration in areas such as designing and tracking the annual budget, leading the annual audit, preparing grant budgets, optimizing expenses and managing cash flow.
Additional Qualifications:
•    Demonstrable experience leading organizational growth (as measured by budget growth)
•    Demonstrable track record of expanding the scope, impact, and visibility of an organization
•    Track-record of spearheading a fundraising operation (over $1m annually), including leading a major gifts portfolio, foundation relations, grant-writing, and stewardship
•    Experience building a compelling thought leadership platform
•    Experience managing Board relations, leading governance functions, supporting Board leadership through meeting management and advancing strategic priorities.
•    A tenacious, flexible, creative problem-solver. Works easily with ambiguity and uncertainly. Appropriately balances risk. Demonstrates a track-record of entrepreneurial, independent leadership. Sensitivity to and experience working in the developing world and with a diverse staff.
•    Experience building strategic relationships with peer organizations, educational institutions, think tanks, and/or similar organizations.
This position is based in Boston or New York and requires the ability to travel up to 30%, both domestically and to Haiti. Salary and benefits are competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience.
How to Apply: Please send your resume along with a detailed cover letter describing your interest and, specifically, how your qualifications align with the position description to [email protected]
No phone calls or emails please. Applications accepted through June 20, 2018


Education Development Center - Chief Human Resources Officer
Education Development Center (EDC) is a global nonprofit that advances lasting solutions to improve education, promote health, and expand economic opportunity. Since 1958, they have been a leader in designing, implementing, and evaluating powerful and innovative programs in more than 80 countries around the world. With revenue of $165 million from 200+ projects, EDC has approximately 1,300 employees throughout the world; 800 in the US and 500 in developing nations.  EDC promotes equity and access to high quality education and health services and products that contribute to thriving communities where people from diverse backgrounds learn, live, and work together. They support an inclusive workplace culture that embraces many perspectives and broadens their understanding of the communities they serve, enhancing and enriching their work.


Reporting directly to the President and CEO, the Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) will provide leadership excellence, strategic direction, and oversight for Human Resources (HR) at EDC. The CHRO, as a member of the senior Leadership Team, will be a valuable contributor to the success of EDC both through understanding of the company’s strategic and operational goals and by being a trusted advisor and partner to senior leaders and leadership teams. The CHRO has primary responsibility for leading, designing, and deploying innovative and effective human resources services, policies, and programs that are aligned with EDC’s short and long-term strategic objectives.


The CHRO will a) oversee and lead efforts in talent acquisition and retention, professional development, employee relations, performance management, employment practices and policies; b) contribute to organizational development; c) provide management for HR information systems, compensation, and benefit administration; and d) be actively involved with equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) initiatives.


Core Responsibilities
 Participate in the development of EDC's plans and programs as a strategic partner and member of the senior Leadership Team, bringing the perspective of the impact on people.
 Translate the strategic and tactical business plans into global HR strategic and operational plans. Drive the design of global/international processes involving numerous stakeholders with multiple interests and regional needs.
 Develop trusted partnerships by establishing an open, approachable, visible presence that demonstrates clear communication, evidence-based practices, and a commitment to ongoing process improvement. Establish credibility throughout the organization as an effective listener and problem solver.
 Continually assess and improve the global competitiveness of all HR programs and practices compared to the relevant companies, industries, and markets; stay current with emerging markets important to EDC.
 Lead a best in class HR team and mentor Human Resources staff, assessing and providing development opportunities for each member. Sustain a high performing team focused on EDC’s evolving needs and create a clear vision for the department marked by collaboration, transparency, and opportunities to learn.

 Through a team of high-performing direct reports, oversee all aspects of the HR function, including benefits, compensation, talent acquisition, HR systems, employee relations, performance management, recognition, professional development, and Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS) world-wide.
 Develop appropriate policies and programs for effective management of the people resources of EDC, including programs for employee relations, affirmative action, sexual harassment, employee complaints, external education, and career development.
 Maintain knowledge of international HR policies, programs, laws, and issues. Understand the differences of domestic and international policies and programs and coordinate the integration of all such programs.
 Ensure all HR policies and programs are compliant with government rules and regulations. In the US, this includes (but is not limited to) ERISA, FLSA, FMLA, ADA, COBRA, OSHA, Worker’s Compensation, EEO/AA, and all other compliance and reporting requirements.
 Serve as Affirmative Action Officer.


Ideal Candidate
Competencies and attributes for the CHRO role include analytical and attentive to detail; business acumen; communications; confident and resilient; consultative; critical thinking; curious and interested in EDC’s work; effective and results driven; emotional intelligence/maturity; ethical; global and cultural awareness; human resources expert; leader and partner; models and leads inclusion, diversity, and equity; motivator, mentor, and coach; organization building; professional; strategic; team player.


Additional requirements, competencies, and attributes include:
 Master’s degree or equivalent.
 Human Resources professional with a minimum of 10 years leading HR as business partner, including considerable experience in HRIS and HR Operations globally.
 At least 5 years of experience at executive levels.
 Proven experience with federal grants and contracts.
 Demonstrated ability to collaborate with other members of a senior leadership team to develop overall business strategies and build agreement on HR strategy and tactics.
 Proven ability to resolve complex problems impacting people, processes, and programs.
 Substantial and successful record of developing and implementing professional development and working through a matrix organization to achieve goals in a highly decentralized environment.
 Broad knowledge of state-of-art human resources programs with a strong generalist background in all areas of a global Human Resources function. Comprehensive working knowledge of all federal, state, and local regulations and laws as applicable to HR management.
 Success in continuous improvement initiatives resulting in improved operational performance.
 Excellent verbal, written, and presentation skills with the ability to relate well to all levels of an organization. Ability to build appropriate rapport using tact and diplomacy. Proven comfort with diffusing high-tension situations.
 Ability to manage competing priorities while remaining competent in strategic thinking and systematic planning.
 High degree of creativity, patience, and energy with a sense of humor.
 Not-for-profit experience is strongly preferred.
 Demonstrated understanding of and competence in working with culturally diverse populations is strongly preferred.
 Fluency in at least one language beyond English is a plus (French or Spanish preferred).


Contact Karen Pappas (o) 617-585-3038; (m) 617-448-8896; or [email protected]


The Ellie Fund - Finance Manager
Seeking part-time Finance Manager to work in a small and flexible work environment. Job requires minimum of 15-20 hours weekly with flexibility to work additional hours as necessary. The Manager will be responsible for all accounting and bookkeeping for the company. This includes the recording of financial transactions, i.e. identify and post information to accounting software from such source documents as invoices, cash receipts and vendor invoices and responsible for reconciling accounts to ensure accuracy. Prepare financial reports and analyze metrics to track and measure organization’s performance. Maintain and confirm weekly payroll, working with 3rd party payroll vendor. Ensure compliance with federal and state tax and reporting requirements. Assist with preparation and update of the company’s annual budget. Assist with annual financial statement audit. Support the financial oversight activities of the Board of Directors.

Donations/Accounts Receivable: Enter all donations (cash, checks, credit card and stock) into Sales Force database; post check/cash donations from Sales Force to QuickBooks; file all deposits accordingly

Bill/Accounts Payable: Receive and enter all bills; pay and file bills accordingly; receive and enter debit/credit card transactions and file receipts accordingly; enter and confirm weekly payroll; review and negotiate vendor payments and utility contracts

Monthly: Download monthly credit card/online donation reports from PayPal and Network for Good and post from Sales Force to QuickBooks; reconcile American Express credit card statement; reconcile monthly bank statements; monitor balances to ensure compliance with FDIC limits and transfer funds accordingly; research interest rates to maximize interest income; prepare monthly financial reports and associated supporting documents for Board of Directors meetings

Annually: Prepare materials for Audit; interface with Auditors throughout audit process; prepare and submit 1099s; complete workers’ compensation audit ensuring accurate deductions; facilitate preparation of annual tax return and associated documents, assist in developing annual budget in conjunction with staff and Finance Committee/Board Treasurer

Sales Force Software: Manage QuickBooks database and maintain Sales Force income accounts and connection to QuickBooks


• Bachelor’s Degree; finance, business or accounting exposure preferred
• 3-5 years of experience with bookkeeping, QuickBooks, Excel and budgeting
• Non-profit, Sales Force, and Microsoft Office experience a plus
• Works independently
• Attention to detail, strong communication skills

To Apply
• Please send a cover letter and resume to [email protected] No phone inquiries accepted.
• The Ellie Fund is an Equal Opportunity Employer and actively seeks a diverse pool of qualified candidates.


Empower Success Corps,  Deputy Director - Join our team at Empower Success Corps where we connect experienced professionals with rewarding opportunities to help our nonprofit clients make a lasting difference in their communities. As New England’s premier provider of high-quality and affordable organizational consulting and transitional management support, ESC seeks a Deputy Director who is highly organized, entrepreneurial and energetic with a proven ability to work well with a diverse array of experienced professionals and create effective teams that work well with each other and our nonprofit clients.  S/he will be passionate about helping nonprofits through her/his responsibility for the start-to-finish management of client development and of client engagements implemented by our 170 executive-level volunteer consultants. The Deputy Director is responsible for client identification, project scoping and successful contracting and launch of ESC’s individualized consulting projects, as well as recruitment, training and deployment of ESC’s cadre of executive-level volunteers on management consulting and executive coaching assignments.  S/he supervises the Director of the Northern New England office, the Outreach Manager, and the Program and Talent Coordinator and works closely with the Director of Fellowships and the Director of ESC Discovery to identify and meet client needs and ensure excellence in service delivery and organization-wide consistency and coordination.  S/he will design and oversee all on-boarding and other professional development for ESC volunteer consultants; create professional development programs for nonprofit leaders; set budget goals and provide monthly tracking reports on progress toward meeting them.  The Deputy Director works collaboratively with the Executive Director to ensure achievement of goals and to promote the mission of the organization.


- Conduct and manage client development activities, including:
    • Proactive development of new and repeat business from our extensive community of satisfied nonprofit clients as well as from new sources 
    • Timely, professional and effective response to inquiries
    • Astute assessment of appropriate service(s) to meet client needs

- Development of project scope and engagement (and proposals/responses to RFPs as required)
- Successful and consistent contracting and launch of new projects
- Hand-off of opportunities for transitional management support to Director of Fellowships
Establish revenue goals and assure a sales pipeline to meet those goals
- Maintain awareness of the marketplace and its needs so that ESC program resources are continually relevant
- Work with Director of Communications to ensure effective marketing messages reach potential clients, consultants, funders, and influencers
- Manage team members responsible for the client relationships and preparation of the initial assessment of client ne
- Oversee engagement progress including assignment of best consultants for the engagement
- Ensure team members maintain consistent communication and connection to client and assigned consultants throughout the engagement process
- Independently resolve complex issues bringing in whatever resources are needed to maintain high standards over the life of each engagement
- Retain and steward effective members of the consulting corps
- Make the best match possible of consultants to client needs
- Continuously recruit seasoned professionals representative of the racial, ethnic and linguistic diversity of the region and dedicated to fulfilling ESC’s mission
- Ensure the timely placement of new consultants onto projects
- Design and oversee consultant training program and provide on-going opportunities for consultants to learn about the nonprofit community
- Identify skills required to meet ESC client needs and provide opportunities for consultants to gain those skills
- Ensure appropriate recognition events and opportunities for volunteers including nominating people to receive awards at the annual Celebration of Service
- Effectively address complex client and consultant needs
Drive the delivery of a high caliber consulting practice by establishing and monitoring effective systems, procedures and quality control measures
- Provide consultants with timely feedback – acknowledging strengths and achievements, and providing constructive coaching regarding gaps in performance or results
- Measure the effectiveness of program services through formal evaluation process and feedback from volunteers, clients and other constituents
- Effectively communicate programmatic goals of grants to consultants as appropriate, ensure they are being met successfully and reported to funder
- Seek and implement process improvements
- Oversee management of contracts, billing, payment and accounts receivables processes and schedules
- Manage Program and Talent Coordinator, Outreach Manager and Director of Northern New England office
- Recruit, select and oversee interns
- Oversee volunteer task forces relevant to consultant activities
- Provide consulting services information for ESC’s monthly key indicator reports
- Attend Board of Director meetings and record the meeting minutes
- Other duties as required
- Superb relationship builder; establishes credibility and trust quickly
- Excellent interpersonal, verbal, written and presentation communication skills
- Extraordinarily well organized with demonstrated ability to handle multiple work streams, set priorities and work under pressure
Energetic, entrepreneurial
- Familiarity with and involvement in the nonprofit sector
- Proven leadership through 5-10 years management experience
- Experience in management of volunteers
- Active listener with ability to grasp complex issues and look beyond the obvious
- Curiosity and persistence in identifying issues
Strong background in the oversight and coordination of consulting or related professional roles
Proficient in MS Office Suite Products and database use
- Master’s degree with a focus relevant to consulting, nonprofit management or coaching preferred.


ESC is an equal opportunity employer.  We are actively seeking a diverse pool of candidates for this position. Apply with letter stating your interest and qualifications and resume. No calls please.  [email protected]


Kesem - VP, Finance, Talent and Administration

]Kesem is a nationwide community, driven by passionate college student leaders, that supports children impacted by a parent’s cancer.   Our mission is to support children through and beyond their parent’s cancer with innovative, fun-filled programs that foster a lasting community.  Kesem seeks an experienced, resourceful and entrepreneurial VP, Finance, Talent & Administration, who will define the processes, and implement the infrastructure and systems needed to support substantial growth over the next 5-10 years.  S/he will continue to build and manage effective and streamlined administrative/financial systems, including financial, accounting, customer service, legal, information technology (IT), and human resources (HR). As a member of the Senior Leadership team, the Vice President, Finance, Talent & Administration will be involved in strategic planning, evaluation, and professional development initiatives, as well as planning for Camp Kesem’s expansion to multiple new sites across the country.  This VP will report to the Camp Kesem CEO, and will manage a team of five employees, which includes three direct reports - Manager of Finance & Accounting, Manager of Talent and Human Resources, and Manager of Systems and Data. 

Essential Functions and Responsibilities include: Financial Management (40% of time); Human Resources and Talent (30% of time); Administrative Leadership and Management (30% of time)


  • 6-8 years of professional managerial experience, including managing the finance and administration of a high growth $10M - $20M organization
  • 15+ years of combined experience in either finance, systems, human resources or administration positions
  • Experience creating and driving the analytic framework for planning and managing organizational change in a highly entrepreneurial organization
  • Bachelor’s Degree required, (MA / MBA preferred) in Business, Management or Finance.
    CPA preferred.
  • Excellent people skills, with experience collaborating in a multidisciplinary, diverse, and dynamic team


  • Demonstrated experience in financial management and accounting, ideally in the nonprofit sector
  • Experience should include legal, audit, compliance, budget, and resource development
  • Demonstrated resourcefulness in setting priorities, proposing new ways of creating efficiencies, and guiding investment in people and systems
  • Proven effectiveness leading professionals in finance and accounting
  • Technologically savvy, with an ability to point to examples of having worked with IT staff to develop and implement new processes and systems that increased efficiency in a fast-moving environment
  • Flexible and a self-starter; able to multitask while also being highly detail-oriented.
  • Proficient with Google Drive, comfortable learning and working with new systems (e.g., SalesForce, NetSuite, Expensify)

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Position Title: Director of Development

Reports to: Executive Director

Office Location: 80 Mt. Auburn St., Watertown, MA 02472


About Revels

Revels engages audiences across nine U.S. cities in theatrical and musical experiences that bring the world’s cultural traditions and celebrations to life. Since its founding in 1971, nearly two million people nationwide have joined in the song and dance of Revels’ seasonal celebrations. Programs include the flagship production The Christmas RevelsRevels RiverSingSpring Sing, Salons, Harbor Cruises, and Pub Sings, as well as a collaborative program with the Perkins School for the Blind and innovative educational programs for children. Revels' cast and backstage crew include professional and non-professional singers, dancers, and storytellers ranging from young children to adults. Learn more at

Job Overview

Revels is seeking a collaborative and enthusiastic development professional to create and manage a multi-faceted development program with an emphasis on individual fundraising and major gifts. This is a great opportunity for an experienced development professional seeking the next step in their career or a more experienced professional interested in building a dynamic fundraising program from the ground up. An initial review of our donor data indicates significant potential for targeted development efforts.

This position will work in partnership with the Executive Director, helping to guide national organizational strategy and messaging, and will also manage a small team of volunteers, contractors, and/or staff members who will assist with development efforts, including research and analytics, annual giving, major gifts, planned giving, institutional grants, and fundraising events.

Job Responsibilities

  • Create and implement the organization’s national development plan, in alignment with national strategic goals;
  • Actively contribute to long-range strategic and financial planning for the organization;
  • Develop and implement tailored segmentation/engagement strategies to increase annual giving, major gifts, and legacy giving;
  • Direct and manage the individual donor program, personally stewarding a portfolio of select major donors;
  • Design, manage, and/or oversee fundraising events, in collaboration with artistic and operations staff, volunteers, and vendors;
  • Direct and oversee development operations efforts, including database management, donor research, reporting, and staff and/or contractors;
  • Oversee and manage staff and/or contractors to identify, prioritize, and submit grants for federal, state, corporate, and foundation support;
  • Staff and support the organization’s Development Committee, engaging Board members in and through donor cultivation strategies;
  • Partner with the Marketing Director on the creation of communications strategies and materials;
  • Provide development support and counsel for Revels cities nationwide.

Knowledge, Experience, and Skills 

  • A minimum of five years of progressively responsible nonprofit development experience
  • Proven experience soliciting and stewarding donors and major gifts
  • Ability to organize, analyze, and utilize donor and financial data for planning and decision-making
  • Prior supervisory experience with volunteers and full- or part-time staff positions
  • Strong organizational, communication, and presentation skills, ability to develop compelling messages, and to speak and write persuasively
  • Overall computer literacy, proficiency with applicable software programs (Salesforce, Patron Manager, Microsoft Office, etc.)
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively as part of a small and agile team
  • Bachelor’s degree in relevant field preferred
  • Prior experience with performing or cultural arts organizations preferred

The ideal candidate will also:

  • Exhibit passion for the Revels mission
  • Maintain an enthusiastic and positive attitude with a ready sense of humor

Working Conditions

  • 5 days per week
  • Opportunity for partial work-from-home schedule
  • Some evening and weekend work is required

Wages and Benefits 

  • Salary negotiable based on experience
  • Benefits package includes medical and dental insurance, paid holiday, vacation, sick, and personal days, 403b, and more

As an Equal Opportunity Employer, Revels encourages all to apply. Revels does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, gender, gender expression, age, national origin, ancestry, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status.

Application - Interested candidates should submit a CV and letter of interest to [email protected]


PCG Public Partnerships, LLC (“PPL” - Chief Financial Officer - PPL is the largest and most experienced Financial Management Services (“FMS”) provider serving Medicaid populations, choosing to “self-direct” their long-term care. Based in Boston, PPL serves individuals with disabilities or illnesses and aging adults, eligible for public assistance, who prefer to remain in their homes versus other long-term care options. FMS providers help participants with payroll processing, taxes, budget management, and other fiscal aspects of employing home care workers.  This is a fast-paced entrepreneurial environment.  PPL enjoys an expanding market, excellent demographics, and an important mission. As an integral member of the Executive Leadership Team, the CFO will have a significant impact on the business by developing infrastructure and analytics to drive strategic decision-making and support planned growth.

Key priorities will include:

  • Serve as a strategic business partner, leader, and change agent throughout the entire Organization.
  • Evaluate the current organizational design and develop the infrastructure to support the growth plan.
  • Leverage technology to improve financial reporting. Streamline the closing process and develop robust reporting tools such as dashboards, metrics, and KPI’s.
  • Help develop a pricing model to structure and price contracts using a consistent, repeatable system. 

 The successful candidate will bring:

  • Demon­strated success as a CFO/key financial leader in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment.
  • Prior oversight for Accounting and/or Financial Reporting/FP&A with experience enhancing associated systems, controls, and procedures. 
  • Excellent leadership, interpersonal, communication, and mentoring skills.
  • Experience in managed care, healthcare, and/or highly regulated environment is preferred.
  • Experience with Compliance/Risk Management and/or ERP system implementation/configuration would be beneficial.

 Qualified candidates should email their resumes to Sue Pardus ([email protected]) of KLR Executive Search Group.


PTC - General Manager / Executive Vice President of Augmented Reality
PTC (NASDAQ: PTC) is a global software company that delivers a technology platform and solutions to help companies design, manufacture, operate, and service things for a smart, connected world. At PTC we turn possibility into reality. Our leading industrial innovation platform and solutions help companies quickly capitalize on the promise of technology today. PTC is changing the way we create in our new interconnected world.

THE POSITION: As a member of our executive staff, reporting to the CEO, you will be responsible with leading our Augmented Reality Business Unit through exciting expansion and rapid growth. In this role you will contribute and bring new perspectives to drive the advancement of products that are changing the way we enable the new interconnected world.  As GM you will be responsible for providing leadership, strategic planning, go to market strategies, business expertise, financial planning and broad executive management. To achieve this, you will be expected to build a dynamic and motivated team, achieve revenue and profit objectives through organic growth, and build strategic partnerships that could include acquisitions. If you are motivated by both the opportunity and challenge to take the organization beyond its current success by creating and delivering new goals unparalleled to the past, this could be you.

THE CANDIDATE: To succeed in this role, you must have demonstrable success growing a software business through organic growth, acquisitions and the establishment of strategic partnerships and strong executive presence.  It is imperative that you have exceptional business capabilities and excel at being a team player and a strong leader. We value leaders who will really roll up their sleeves to get the job done, even if it means creating your own spreadsheets and files on occasion.  

Proven cross-functional experience scaling a business as a CEO, COO, President or GM in a high-growth, results-driven environment is required.  If your experience includes working with rapidly changing technologies and understanding the value of agility at scale, this will provide necessary background for this role. To be successful you must excel in establishing customer and analyst relationships with a demonstrated track record of success in executing deals. We are looking for a passionate, intellectually curious leader who is ready to motivate others and change the world with us.

If being part of a team that creates and drives strategy by gaining alignment and ensuring each team has what it needs to execute, then this could be you. If conducting and leading with integrity and trust is critically important in all aspects of what you do, then this could be you If you are an innovative thinker that leads with energy and passion, and you want to work together to make a difference – a big difference – in the way the new interconnected world works, then talk to us to learn more now.

•    General Manager experience
•    Strong executive presence
•    Proven success creating high growth
•    “Hands on mentality”
•    Strategic business and financial planner
•    Go to market expertise
•    Cross functional partner
•    Build strong teams
•    Demonstrated brains and passion (figure it out and get it done)

COMPENSATION: A competitive compensation package will consist of base salary, bonus opportunity and a long-term incentive plan.

Kathy Cullen-Cote at [email protected]
Peter Polachi, Partner at 508-650-3609 or email: [email protected]
John Atsalis, Senior Associate at 508-737-7467 or email: [email protected] 


Development Officer - Shriners Hospitals for Children • Boston, MA is seeking a Development Officer (DO) to provide comprehensive guidance and overall strategy to grow the organization’s donor base and increase revenue to help expand its mission and programs. Reporting to the Hospital Administrator, the DO is a key strategic advisor and partner to the organization’s leaders and Board of Governors. S/he is responsible for overseeing innovation and best practices in all aspects of our five major development streams: the Shrine organizations, foundations, corporations, individuals, and government agencies. In collaboration with the Shriners Hospitals for Children development team, the DO will design and implement a comprehensive strategy to grow revenue across all of these streams and to sustainably reach our annual revenue goals.

Skills and Experience: Record of accomplishment of leading, managing, and integrating an ambitious, forward-thinking development program across multiple revenue streams. Extensive individual giving experience, including a sophisticated understanding of how to build an individual major donor pipeline. Outstanding major gift fundraising record in a complex non-profit environment, with a demonstrated ability to secure five- and six-figure gifts and to increase giving levels and revenue. Experience working with foundation and corporate partners, including identifying prospects, cultivating and stewarding relationships, and overseeing the development of proposals.

Strategy and Direction: Design and implement a multi-year development plan that establishes short- and long-term growth goals aligned with the hospital’s vision and strategic direction.  Evaluate and assess giving trends and changes in the external environment to strategically position the organization at the forefront of development initiatives, appraising the Board and senior leadership of growth opportunities. Oversee the identification and pursuit of development strategies that increase charitable revenue from all of the organization’s major funding streams. Oversee and manage donor analytics and funding databases. Collaborate with department directors to fully leverage development opportunities, initiatives, and messaging.  Manage dashboard of revenue-related performance measures that monitor results and demonstrate change over time through year-to-year comparisons.

Board and Staff Engagement: Serve as the main point of contact in development matters with the Board of Governors, providing regular reports on initiatives and presenting the overall financial standing of the organization as it relates to development goals. Collaborate with the Board’s Development Committee Chair to facilitate the Committee’s work, providing strategic guidance on development initiatives.  Effectively leverage the Administrator in the cultivation of relationships with major donor prospects.  Provide confident relationship management for the hospital’s highest-level donors and volunteers.  Secure and steward large gifts from foundations, corporations, and individual donors.  Serve as a reliable and compelling external spokesperson for the organization with donors from all giving constituencies, increasing visibility with key audiences. Identify and develop key external partnerships to facilitate increased revenue and support for new programmatic initiatives.  In collaboration with the Marketing and Communications Department, ensure the Development Department is strategically positioned to maximize program successes for branding and outreach opportunities. Design and manage all internal and external development messaging, including grant proposals and reports, donor engagement material, marketing collateral, and board reports, ensuring high-quality output.  Oversee all compliance activities for external funding, including terms and conditions of grants, maintaining a high level of accountability and responsiveness to donors.

Team Building and Management:Provide overall leadership and management for a 3-person development team.  Build strong levels of ownership for development initiatives among staff, fostering increased accountability and initiative. Identify and address development shortcomings, ensuring organizational sustainability through improved practices and accurate in-depth analytics. Design and maintain annual departmental budget and oversee donor funds, coordinating with the Finance and Accounting Department to ensure consistency and reconcile discrepancies.

Requirements/Background: At least 7-10 years of progressively responsible development and/or event planning experience, with at least 5 years in a leadership role.  Bachelor’s degree required, or equivalent combination of education and/or experience.

We offer a comprehensive benefit package including a 403b savings retirement plan with a match!  Subsidized public transportation, free vision, free gym and more! Please email your resume in a word document to [email protected], or fax to 617-371-4939.  


Southern New Hampshire University -- CFO & Treasurer

Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) is a leading provider of higher education and the second largest non-profit provider of online higher education in the U.S. The University’s culture and growth strategies are based on its motto, “We measure our success by the success of our students.” SNHU currently enrolls 3,000 traditional learners, over 90,000 online learners, and envisions educating 150,000 learners by 2021. The University offers over 250 programs, including business, education, liberal arts, and STEM. Today, SNHU generates over $700m in revenue, up from $100m in revenue 5 years ago. The organization employs over 9,000 people. Upcoming opportunities present the possibility for further growth and, over time, Southern New Hampshire University believes it can create a $1b organization. In order to reach this goal, it will pursue globalization and continue to offer expanded programs. SNHU has received numerous academic and business awards, including: • The 21st Century Distance Learning Award for Excellence in Online Technology by the United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA) (2017) • The Digital Learning Innovation Award (DLIAward) by the Online Learning Consortium (OLC) (2017) • US News & World Report ranked SNHU #1 on its list of Most Innovative Schools of 2017. • Fast Company named SNHU the 12th most innovative organization in the world in its “World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies” edition. (2012) • The Chronicle of Higher Education named SNHU “one of the best colleges to work for.” (2017)

The Chief Financial Officer & Treasurer (CFO) will be responsible for the financial management of SNHU, which has over 9,000 employees and generates over $700m in revenue. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the CFO will be responsible for providing financial leadership in support of the overall strategic direction of the University. The CFO will develop, design, and deliver financial services to support organizational performance and growth. S/he will also provide financial insight into the risks and opportunities related to the University’s short and long-term plans. The CFO will be responsible for planning, controlling, and directing the University’s fiscal management program. The CFO will provide counsel to the Senior Leadership Council and the Board of Trustees on all matters regarding finance, investments and treasury functions, risk management, cash management, debt management, capital, and facilities. The CFO will also proactively serve and support institutional goals. SNHU’s culture and people are viewed as essential components of its success. The CFO will play a critical role in driving an interdependent culture into and across the organization, and will exemplify its core values. Beyond the technical requirements for the position, it is important that the candidate demonstrate excellent leadership and communication skills, as well as a willingness to build solid working relationships across the organization and, specifically, with the Leadership Council and the finance organization. The position is suited to an individual who is seeking an exceptional degree of responsibility, and who thrives in a fast-paced, complex, and high-growth environment.

The Chief Financial Officer & Treasurer will have the following responsibilities:

  • Supports the University mission and strategy by providing financial insights into the risks and opportunities associated with SNHU’s short- and long-term plans.
  • Strategically partners with the Leadership Council members to leverage the expertise and value of the finance operation, to proactively secure and support institutional goals.
  • Leads strategic financial planning, budgeting, forecasting, and financial reporting.
  • Provides timely and accurate analyses of budgets, financial reports, and trends to assist the President, Chief Operating Officer, Board of Trustees, and other members of the senior leadership team in performing their responsibilities.
  • Ensures that internal accounting and financial reporting policies, programs, and procedures are compliant with regulatory bodies, including GAAP, banks, the IRS, and the Department of Education.
  • Directs, plans, and executes cash management and debt-management strategies.
  • Accountable for a system of internal controls as they relate to financial reporting, including controls that detect and prevent financial statement errors and fraud.
  • Provides oversight of the annual external audit of the University.
  • Provides strategic financial leadership in a dynamic, fast-growing organization.
  • Provides advice, performs research, and renders opinions on the accounting ramifications of various transactions from a regulatory, tax, and GAAP standpoint.
  • Participates as a senior leader-manager of the University, contributing to strategy and policy development.
  • Responsible for all external financial reports, including those that are required by regulatory bodies.
  • Oversees procurement policies, practices, and purchasing operations for the University, ensuring fiscally-responsible purchasing decisions.
  • Responsible for capital planning, capital budget, and facilities management for all University locations.
  • Responsible for selecting, managing, and developing talent within the University’s accounting, finance, procurement, capital, and facilities divisions. The CFO has 7 direct reports and a total staff of 200 in finance and facilities. 

The requirements for the Chief Financial Officer & Treasurer position have been identified as:

  • Minimum of 15 years’ experience in financial leadership roles, with a proven track record of success in high-growth and innovative organizations.
  • Deep knowledge of the functional elements of finance, including budgeting and forecasting, financial reporting, analytics, and GAAP.
  • Prior service as part of a collaborative leadership team, including active contribution in the establishment and implementation of the team’s business strategies and goals.
  • Ability to work with cross-functional teams and to foster teamwork by demonstrating integrity and trustworthiness.
  • Demonstrated ability to build a state-of-the-art finance operation in a rapidly-evolving industry environment.
  • Experience developing and championing a best-in-class, empowered finance organization.
  • Ability to bring immediate credibility to the finance function through his/her professional qualifications and leadership skills.
  • Must work confidently and comfortably in an environment that eschews territoriality and rigid organizational structures.
  • Superior interpersonal communication and presentation skills, as well as proven organizational skills.
  • Strategic, confident management style supported by deep business knowledge and experience.
  • Ability to inspire trust and confidence, encouraging all teams to achieve their highest standards of performance.
  • Energetic, growth-oriented problem solver.

Personal characteristics:

  • Unassailable integrity: sets the standard for personal integrity, honesty, teamwork, transparency, and public accountability, motivating the entire organization to the highest levels of commitment and personal effort.
  • Mission-driven and flexible: Must have the personality and sensibilities to work in a highly interdependent environment in which organizational agility and dedication to the University’s mission are top priorities.
  • Results-driven: Must exhibit professional managerial skills in a complex and dynamic organization.
  • Must demonstrate a high level of emotional intelligence and intellectual agility.
  • Curious, humble, and hardworking; willing to “roll up his/her sleeves.

The required education for the Chief Financial Officer & Treasurer position is:

  • Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree required

Contact: Denise Amari, Partner, RM Nephew & Associates, LLC 617-830-1734 (o) 603-858-8112 (c) [email protected]
Paula Maloney. Director, RM Nephew & Associates LLC, 617-830-6883 (o) 617-529-7916 (c) [email protected] 


Wellington Management Company, LLP - Channel Marketer R79545
Tracing our roots to 1928, Wellington Management Company, LLP is one of the world’s largest independent investment management firms. With US$1 trillion in assets under management as of 1 January 2019, we serve as a trusted adviser to institutional clients and mutual fund sponsors in over 50 countries. Our innovative investment solutions are built on the strength of proprietary, independent research and span nearly all segments of the global capital markets, including equity, fixed income, multi-asset, and alternative strategies. As a private partnership whose sole business is investment management, our long-term views and interests are aligned with those of our clients. We are committed to attracting a talented and diverse workforce, and to fostering an open, collaborative culture of inclusivity because we believe multiple perspectives lead to more informed investment and business decisions. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, we welcome people with diverse life experiences, fresh ideas, and specialized subject-matter expertise.

The Channel Marketing role is a critical and strategic role in the Global Marketing function. This US channel marketing position has primary responsibility for the marketing for our growing intermediary channel: the family office channel and third-party distribution of hedge funds. A strong candidate will have a background in the high net worth and ultra-high net worth segments, with deep knowledge of private wealth trends, family offices and the US wire houses.  Given the important role alternative investments play in HNW and UHNW client portfolios, this position will also include playing a role in our alternative investments global campaign.  This role is part of a global team of channel-and product-oriented marketing managers within the larger Global Marketing function. Global Marketing also includes teams dedicated to content creation (writing/editing/proofreading), content management (readership optimization and content tagging), digital marketing (includes analytics), design (digital and print), and events.

Responsibilities for this position will include:
• Facilitate strategic discussions with channel business partners to identify marketing priorities and define near- and longer-term marketing strategies to support these priorities;

• Bring forward a strong knowledge of the HNW and UHNW segments, ensuring that the overall marketing strategy reflects buying behaviors, interests, and the primary marketing channels the segments interact with
• Ensure the marketing plans concentrate on maximizing results by focusing on Wellington’s competitive advantages and amplifying them;
• Develop and drive integrated marketing programs and tactics, collaborating with colleagues to develop and implement, and ensuring alignment with strategy, timeline, and budget;
• Stay current with internal and external investment trends and marketplace dynamics (competitor analysis, topics of interest);
• Understand what content is relevant for each of the audiences in your channels and how best to increase client and prospect engagement;
• Partner with analytics to improve the effectiveness of marketing programs, helping to make insightful, data-driven marketing decisions;
• Mine data-driven metrics for marketing ROI and unique client preferences and buying behavior;
• Generate innovative ideas to promote our brand and capabilities;
• Ensure brand consistency through all marketing channels.

A successful candidate should have the following qualifications:  10+ years of experience in marketing, which should include direct management, development, and execution of marketing communication plans and initiatives. Expertise in alternative investments marketing. An advanced degree will be viewed favorably. In addition, the candidate should possess the following attributes: 

• Entrepreneurial mindset – this role will help shape how we market our firm and our strategies in growing areas of our US business;
• Strong investment knowledge and intellectual curiosity;
• Ability to develop effective marketing tactics for these channels and to partner with internal authors, writers, and designers to create high impact content for thought leadership and seminars;
• Ability to proactively drive projects in a highly matrixed and collaborative team environment exercising sound judgment with regard to use of internal resources, firm brand, and regulatory compliance;
• Strong communication skills including interpersonal, verbal, and written skills;
• Flexibility and the ability to partner effectively with others, seek a wider audience, build consensus, influence, and act decisively;
• Strong fit with the firm’s cultural tenets of inclusivity, collaboration, accountability, and collegiality;
• Sense of humor and passion for working in a creative and collaborative environment;
• Grace under pressure; ability to adapt, “roll up sleeves” and get things done.

For more information: [email protected]