Arlington, Virginia, USA
Worldwide Office in Arlington, VA preferred but flexible.
Evolving since 1951, The Nature Conservancy (TNC) is a global conservation organization dedicated to conserving the lands and waters on which all life depends. Guided by science, we create innovative, on-the-ground solutions to our world's toughest challenges so that people and nature can thrive together. Working in over 80 countries and territories, and across all 50 states, we are tackling climate change, conserving lands, and protecting waters and oceans at an unprecedented scale. Our vision is a world where the diversity of life thrives, and people are moved to care for nature--both for its own sake and for the ways it enriches our everyday lives.
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Are you a highly strategic and well-organized team player who is capable of proactively managing multiple projects and tasks? Are you an inspiring leader that is passionate about business operations and project management?
We’re looking for an Associate Director of Operations and Project Management who will support the strategic priorities of the Global Marketing and Communications team by developing, coordinating, and implementing plans to streamline operational processes. They will oversee project management on global, cross-team campaigns and initiatives, as well as collaborative marketing business processes and communications related to those campaigns, initiatives, and projects. They will manage internal communications to the GMAC team, and will be responsible for directing central operations functions, such as IT support, office supplies and equipment, office space, and administrative support.
The Associate Director of Operations and Project Management provides overall support and direction for the project management function supporting the Global Marketing and Communications (GMAC) Division. This position will report to The Director of Finance and Operations and will support the execution of broad organization initiatives and programs for the Global Marketing and Communications team. They work with a dispersed collective of Project Managers around the GMAC to provide high-caliber, consistent project management practices as well as the development and implementation of effective business processes. They will be responsible for ensuring that programmatic work is a collaborative and well-integrated effort across the Business Unit.
The Associate Director will also oversee internal communications to the GMAC team, including All Staff GMAC meetings, written communications, events, managing logistics of employee engagement initiatives and social activities. They are also responsible for general office operations and processes. They will provide advice, recommendations, and broad training related to operations. They will work closely with other members of the GMAC Operations team to reinforce consistency in the organization's policies and procedures and provide direction related to operations. The Associate Director works closely with executive Marketing leadership, project managers, and other key stakeholders to ensure key priority initiatives are aligned, coordinated, and executed.
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