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We are looking for individuals who want to volunteer with us and eventually transition into paid positions when funding becomes available.
Jobs that are currently available will have OPEN by the titles. Once the position(s) are filled OPEN will be removed. However, you may submit an application for any position at any time. Applications are kept on file for a period of one year.
A CEO is responsible for choosing and executing the strategic direction for the company. They are also typically the public face of the organization when it comes to communication with employees, customers and shareholders. The CEO reports to the board of directors (and the board is run by the chairperson).
A COO, or chief operations officer is responsible for the day to day operations of the company. A COO is usually the second-highest-ranking executive in a company, reporting to the CEO. As important as the CEO is to the outside of the company, the COO is to the inside of the company.
A CFO, also known as a chief financial officer, is responsible for managing the books and records for a company as well as financial reporting and statutory compliance. A CFO ensures business decisions and organizational strategy are made based on reliable financial criteria.
The chief lawyer of an organization is typically called a Chief Legal Officer (CLO). Their primary focus is on corporate governance, regulations, protecting intellectual property and handling litigation. A General Counsel often uses outside law firms to support their priorities.
A CHRO, also called a chief human resources officer, is responsible for designing overseeing all human resources functions. A CHRO leads talent acquisition, employer branding, talent management and, sometimes diversity and culture initiatives.
A chief marketing officer, also known as a CMO, is responsible for setting marketing goals and objectives for an organization. The primary role of a chief marketing officer is to manage branding, advertising and public relations.
A chief volunteer officer manages the moving pieces of a volunteer force. The duty of a volunteer coordinator is naturally hiring, recruiting, and placing volunteers, in addition to managing and training them.
A CBO is required to sit beside the CMO to oversee the cultivation of a coherent brand story and corresponding design vocabulary. This key executive presence provides a unifying force and singular focus to both the marketing department and the company or organization at large. Spreading a brand’s message is about delivering authentic brand experiences.
The chief communications officer acts as the guardian of company culture, values, and beliefs. They work tirelessly to ensure these beliefs are visible and consistent across external marketing channels, as well as internally amongst employees. Prospects and customers should see a consistent voice wherever they see your brand – whether that’s on a billboard, in an email, or in an ad on LinkedIn.
A chief innovation officer is responsible for identifying, developing, and launching new products and services for an organization. A chief innovation officer also builds and grows an organization’s innovation capabilities, both internally and externally, to make the brand more desirable. The chief information officer develops and manages plans to differentiate the company in the market, provide unique value to customers, and help build long-term relationships with customers.
The chief social media officer’s role is to assure the successful execution of the company’s business mission and vision through development and deployment of the company’s social media presence. The CSMO description encompasses the realm of social media activities related to the technology, marketing, sales, PR, recruiting, legal, and customer service functions of the enterprise, and includes: the design, implementation, and execution of a social media policy, authoritative brand management on social media, and governance, Risk management, and compliance on social media platforms.