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President, Not-for-Profit

companyInternational Biomedical Research Alliance
locationBethesda, MD 20814, USA
PublishedPublished: 1/19/2023

The President will provide strategic leadership, vision, andoperations oversight to the International Biomedical ResearchAlliance in support of its mission, goals, and programs.  Thesuccessful candidate will have a proven record in fundraising andin developing new partnerships and play a critical role inincreasing sustainability and growth of the organization.

The International Biomedical Research Alliance is a 501(c)(3)organization whose mission is to invest in and accelerate thedevelopment of the most promising future leaders in biomedicalresearch with global impact through a unique international doctoraltraining model – the NIHOxford-Cambridge Scholars Program – in support of theNational Institutes of Health and the Universities of Oxford andCambridge.  Learn more about the organization byvisiting InternationalBiomedical Research Alliance

Key responsibilities will be to:

  • Develop and execute a five year strategy based on the visionand mission of the organization
  • Formulate a resource development strategy with the Development& Finance Committee
  • Develop and cultivate relationships with target individuals andorganizations for partnership and fundraising
  • Raise the visibility of the organization with keyconstituencies
  • Manage and provide oversight for the organization’s website andsocial media platforms
  • Communicate regularly and work closely with the Chair of theBoard of Directors and subcommittee Chairs on all aspects ofstrategy, resource development, administration and operations
  • Serve as a representative of the Board of Directors at the NIHand liaison with the NIH Oxford-Cambridge Scholars Programadministration and Executive Committee
  • In collaboration with the Administrative and Special ProjectsManager, coordinate and manage activities and events relating tothe NIH Global Doctoral Partnerships Annual Workshop, recruitment,career development, Lasker Lessons in Leadership, and all otherIBRA coordinated events
  • Work with the NIH-Oxford-Cambridge Scholars Program StudentLeadership Board to develop, fund and execute events that enhancethe student’s training experience
  • Prepare materials and reports for the Board of DirectorsMeetings
  • Manage the Operating Budget and Accounting process
  • Maintain financial, administrative and corporate records andfiles of the organization
  • Perform other tasks as requested by the Chair or Board

Our ideal candidate is someone who:

  • at minimum, has a bachelor’s degree; advanced degreepreferred
  • has a minimum of five to seven years’ experience in executivemanagement of a non-profit health care or research relatedorganization with at least two years in a leadership capacity
  • has a proven track record in resource development(fundraising)
  • has strong leadership skills, including negotiations, problemsolving, decision making and delegation
  • has excellent communication skills, both verbal andwritten
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