| Are you a Retired or Former Supply Officer? The Foundation has a unique opportunity available for you!
The Navy Supply Corps Foundation (NSCF) is hiring for the Executive Director position (formally called “Chief Staff Officer”). This is an excellent opportunity for a retired or former Supply Corps officer to continue to serve our community in a meaningful and dynamic way.
Interested Candidates, please see below to learn more about the position and for details on how to submit your application. The NEW Executive Director will start no later than 1 November 2019 (the Foundation’s current Chief Staff Officer, CDR (ret) Jack Evans, will be retiring at the end of 2019).
Executive Director (ED) Position Description:
The Executive Director (ED) is responsible for the overall management of the Foundation and all aspects of the Foundation’s operations under the direction and guidance and in partnership with the Board of Directors. The ED is a mission-focused team leader, dedicated to delivering measurable, cost-effective results.
The ED will work collaboratively with Board Members and Committee Chairpersons to execute the strategic direction of the Foundation and build upon the Foundation’s past successes. The ED will develop and manage relationships with a wide range of stakeholders and have overall responsibility for the operating health and well-being of the organization. The ED is directly responsible for the planning, organizing, staffing, motivating, directing and management of the Foundation staff and volunteers.
In accordance with the Foundation by-laws, the ED has the authority to carry out the management and day-to-day operations of the Foundation in accordance with the direction and policies established by the board. The ED provides advice to the Board as it carries out its governance functions.
The location for the Executive Director is negotiable with a requirement for periodic travel to the Navy Supply Corps Foundation headquarters as detailed in 'Job Location' section.
Leadership and Management:
- Help the Board determine Foundation values, mission, vision and short- and long-term goals
- Facilitate the Board’s monitoring and evaluation of the Foundation’s support to the Supply Corps community, its effectiveness and its results
- Monitor Foundation activities, identifying opportunities and challenges, and bringing forward recommendations for review and decision
- Keep the Board fully informed on the condition of the Foundation and on all the important factors influencing the organization
- Develop, maintain and support a strong Board
- Implement an effective working relationship with the Board based on trust, respect and performance
- Oversee and provide management support to a professional staff comprised of an Administrative Assistant, Accountant, Communications Director, Webmaster/Electronic Communications Manager and Database Manager
- Provide key support and input in the development and update of the Foundation’s strategic plan
- Work closely with Committee Chairpersons and their members to execute the Foundation’s programs
- Serve as ex-officio member of each committee
- Plan and execute the semi-annual Board meetings
- Schedule and oversee the annual Scholarship Selection Board
- Schedule the annual external and internal audits
- Schedule and oversee the Distinguished Alumni ceremonies
- Other duties as assigned by the Board of Directors
- Manage day-to-day fiscal operations
- Prepare and submit internal and external state and federal financial reports
- Assist Budget and Finance Officer and Treasurer in the development of the annual budget
- Develop/maintain effective system(s) for monitoring the financial health of the Foundation
- Work with Committee Chairs to evaluate program plans and progress to measure success and adjust goals and/or financial status, as appropriate
Communications and Marketing:
- Develop and maintain a donor base and donor tracking system
- Support the development efforts of the Foundation by strengthening the bond with current donors and identifying new donor sources
- Work with the Board in identifying and executing approved plans for fundraising campaigns, events and activities
- Support the Board Chair in their role as the Foundation’s primary spokesperson to the Supply Corps community, media and general public
- Work with the Communications Director and the Communications Committee to deepen and refine the Foundation’s portfolio of communications – including web-based, social media and print medium -- with the goal of creating a stronger and wider-known brand
- Assure the public image, marketing efforts, media activity and related events accurately reflect the mission
- Oversee the distribution of marketing materials for the Foundation
- Provide regular updates to the Board on the overall status and health of the Foundation during Board meetings and various committee calls
DEMONSTRATED CORE EXECUTIVE COMPETENCIES
- Development and operation of the annual budget
- Review and approve contracts for services
- Supervise and collaborate with the support staff
- Conduct day-to-day financial operations
- Respond to correspondence received by the Foundation
- Participate in committee phone calls and meetings
REQUIRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
- Capability to effectively lead and develop an effective, collaborative and diverse management team
- High level of energy and passion for the Foundation’s vision and mission
- Bias to listen, absorb and reflect before acting
- Ability to create strong relationships and partnerships across an array of diverse groups
- Results focused through exceptional follow through and attention to detail
- Openness to feedback and constructive criticism
- Well-developed tact, discretion and diplomacy at all times
- Sound moral and ethical compass
- Transparency and integrity in all relationships and business dealings
ADDITIONAL DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS
- Bachelor’s degree
- Prior leadership experience at the senior level successfully managing a complex organization with multiple stakeholders
- Demonstrated success in developing effective, collaborative and diverse management teams
- Strong financial background including financial planning, budget development and execution, investment plan oversight and execution, auditing, and financial reporting
- Demonstrated organizational, time management, multi-tasking and planning skills
- Outstanding communication capabilities—both written and oral—with demonstrated ability to connect with and inspire a wide range of partners and stakeholders
- Experience ensuring organizational compliance with federal, state and local regulations, standards and best practices
The location for the Executive Director is negotiable. The Navy Supply Corps Foundation headquarters is currently located in Watkinsville, GA. If desired, the ED will be able to operate remotely from his/her home, keeping electronically connected with the office. The ED will be expected to travel to the office as required and at least monthly. Other occasional travel in support of board meetings and other Foundation activities will also be required. Further, as part of the role of the ED, he/she will lead a review of options for a potential future relocation of the headquarters.
The new ED will assume duties not later than 1 November 2019.
Compensation will be commensurate with the level of experience and other qualifications.
APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS
Interested individuals should submit the following items:
- Fundraising experience to include developing new and innovative funding sources and expanding donor bases
- Broad knowledge of the U.S. Navy and specifically U.S. Navy Supply Corps is desired
- Non-profit work familiarity
- Strategic Planning skills to include growth and change, ability to plan and act ahead of potential impacts, and sound risk management
- Branding and communications experience
- Strong spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship
- Willingness to jump in and assist colleagues across the organization
Applications should be received not later than 30 June 2019. Electronic submission of application package is preferred. After review, applicants selected for further assessment will be notified NLT 31 July 2019. Interviews will be scheduled in August 2019 with a final decision in September 2019.
Applications and inquiries will be held in the strictest of confidence.
Interested individuals should address questions and submit their resume and qualifications to:
Chief Staff Officer
Navy Supply Corps Foundation
3651 Mars Hill Road, Suite 200B
Watkinsville, GA 30677
Navy Supply Corps Foundation (NSCF) Overview
The NSCF was created in 1970 to serve the U.S. Navy Supply Corps community; the Navy's business, financial, acquisition and logistics professionals. Currently headquartered in Athens, GA, the NSCF has grown from a social organization to a global 501c.3 organization that serves the Navy Supply Corps community through its mission of sharing the story of the Navy Supply Corps and providing the community with programs to meet its current and future needs. With 37 direct report Chapters around the world, the NSCF impacts the Supply Corps in almost every area where the U.S. Navy operates. The Foundation’s mission is to perpetuate the values, traditions, and history of the Supply Corps by providing services and programs related to recruiting, training and development, transition, recognition, financial support, family support, camaraderie and commemorations to the Supply Corps community.
The NSCF is a dynamic non-profit that supports the full spectrum of the Supply Corps community within the U.S. Navy including active, reserve, retired and former officers and active, reserve and retired supply-related enlisted members, and their families. While accomplishing its mission, all elements of the NSCF operate in accordance with the U.S. Navy's regulations regarding Non Federal Entities, the Navy's Code of Ethics and the Uniformed Code of Military Justice.
The Foundation is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors (Board) and operates under a working committee construct. The Board assists the Executive Director (ED) and staff with non-profit management, program execution and liaison with the U.S. Navy at the National and local levels. The triad of Board, committees, and the ED and staff, in essence runs the Foundation. The Board meets twice a year to conduct its governance responsibilities and the committees meet as needed, usually virtually, to execute their programs. The ED and staff conduct the day-to-day operations in coordination with the Board and committee chairpersons.
Along with the standard non-profit governance and operating documentation, the Foundation operates under a Board-approved Strategic Plan that delineates each committee's goals and objectives for a three-year period. We are currently executing the third year of our 2017-2019 Strategic Plan and are planning an update to get us moving ahead beyond 2020.
The NSCF's mission is more relevant today than ever before: its programs are making a positive difference at all levels of the Supply Corps’ ‘family’ and the way ahead is an exciting one. The ED position represents an extraordinary opportunity for a dynamic executive to help lead the Foundation as it moves into the future along with a dedicated Board, vibrant committees, professional staff, and an extensive cadre of energetic volunteers around the world.
- Description of prior experience that provides specific examples of General Responsibilities, Leadership and Management and Required Skills and Experience
- Statement detailing why you aspire to this position and your unique factors that make you the best candidate (300 word limit)
- Three professional references
Professional Analysis Inc. (PAI) is currently soliciting applications for the position of Program Manager, located in the Norfolk, Virginia area. The preferred candidate will be a former US Navy Supply Corps Officer.
The successful candidate will have the following required experience:
• Master's degree in a business, technical, or engineering field
• Certification as Project Management Professional (PMP)
• 15 years experience in conducting analyses, studies, or projects in the fields of marine supply and logistics
• 10 years combined experience in ship acquisition support, fleet sustainment support, logistics systems/data management or supply chain management
• 5 years experience in managing DoD logistics contracts
• 6 years logistics shipboard experience for Military Sealift Command (MSC), Navy, Coast Guard or the commercial maritime industry.
Responsibilities will include:
• Support MSC in Norfolk supervising an extensive material management effort, including assisting with Financial Improvement Audit Readiness (FIAR audits.
To apply, please email your resume to email@example.com.
The following position will be located at a secure location in Hanover Maryland:
Business Continuity Professional (Level 1).
The clearance level is TS SCI/TK with full polygraph.
- Business Continuity Planner supporting organizational planning to address disasters, interruptions of business functions and enterprise resilience.
- Interprets government regulations, applicable directives, and advises government management on the best course of action to meet program goals, objectives and compliance with program mandates.
- Supports the development of plans for continuity of essential functions and resumption of complete business operations.
- Monitors business and operation changes to ensure plans remain current and valid. Performs business process analysis/business impact analysis (BPA/BIA), risk assessments of essential functions and/or information systems in accordance with federal directives and industry best practices.
- Prepares and conducts training materials and overviews to educate workforce personnel.
- Prepares and submits position and information papers in response to government requirements.
- Supports the development of continuity and disaster recovery plans.
- Conducts training on continuity programs’ concepts, methodologies and tools.
- Creates PowerPoint training presentations for utilization throughout the Agency.
- Beta test Continuity Planning Tool (CPT), develop fields to allow for population of Business Process Analysis information.
- Supports performing continuity plan evaluations and assessments.
- Assists in designing, coordinating and conducting continuity exercises in accordance with Department of Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) guidelines.
- Research, formulate, and document reconstitution and devolution strategies.
- Bachelor degree from an accredited college or university is required.
- Five (5) years’ experience in performing one (1) or more areas of Continuity of Government, Continuity of Operations, Business Continuity Planning, Crisis Management, Continuity Strategic Planning and Policy, enterprise Risk Management, and participation in national-level homeland security or continuity of operations exercises.
- Two (2) of the five (5) years must be supporting a major public corporation, state, federal department/agency or U.S. Intelligence Community component continuity (or closely related) program.
- One (1) year experience with developing continuity plans using an automated commercial government or similar continuity planning tool required.
- Completion of the FEMA Continuity of Operations Excellence Series – Level 1 (Professional Continuity Practitioner required.
- Certification through the Disaster Recovery Institute International or Business Continuity Institute (e.g., CBCP, CPSCP, MBCI) and four (4) additional years of experience in one of the above areas may be substituted for a Bachelor’s Degree.