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HR DirectorAccountable.US – Posted by Accountable.US
Position: HR Director Location: Washington, DC Status: Exempt, Full-time Reports to: Chief Operating Officer Position Summary Accountable.US is a nonpartisan watchdog group exposing corruption across all levels of government. The organization seeks an HR Director to, in partnership with leadership, develop and oversee all aspects of human resources infusing the organization’s values and culture with the required aspects of compliance. The HR Director will manage complex organizational, personnel, cultural, management, and staffing situations with a focus on confidentiality and diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice (DEIJ) principles. The right candidate for this position will be able to provide guidance to A.US leadership, ensure compliance with applicable laws, policies, and trainings, and keep a laser-focus on achieving organizational objectives. The position is based in Washington, D.C., though this work may include travel on occasion. Some weekend work may be required. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience. A flexible personality, sense of humor, and positive attitude are important. Essential Responsibilities and Tasks Hiring and Onboarding
- Create and evolve an appropriate, holistic onboarding process with required aspects of compliance;
- Oversee the hiring process including creation of position descriptions, posting positions, reporting, and tracking candidates; and
- Facilitate onboarding of all new hires, including all appropriate orientation trainings and liaising with other members of the team to ensure a smooth onboarding process.
- Manage organizational, personnel, cultural, management and staffing situations and trainings with a focus on DEIJ principles;
- Provide guidance to A.US leadership, ensuring compliance with applicable laws, policies, and trainings;
- Manage staff internal communications; and
- Manage complex HR projects as required.
- Support training strategy to develop organizational focus on DEIJ, anti-harassment, development of managers and teams; and
- Help to identify and curate list of external partners to address identified training needs.
- Track and document all employment changes;
- Process employee separations and conduct exit interviews;
- Assist with oversight/management of the organization’s IT systems, and
- Perform other duties as assigned.
- Bachelor’s degree preferred.
- 7 or more years of relevant professional experience in human resources, preferably with nonprofit organizations.
- Proven commitment to and interest in DEIJ issues.
- Experience working with executives and balancing organization-level priorities.
- Experience managing a high volume of tasks with shifting priorities and deadlines.
- Ability to build rapport and trust with all employees.
- Ability to provide excellent service, including the ability to efficiently and independently address routine matters, to suggest effective solutions when elevating challenges or concerns.
- Ability to communicate clearly, concisely, and professionally.
- Ability to work cooperatively and inclusively with others.
- Ability to take ownership and be creative and solutions-oriented when encountering challenges that don’t have obvious answers.
Location: WashingtonDistrict of Columbia, United States
- WashingtonDistrict of Columbia, United States
- Date Posted
- 16 Jul 2020
Vice President, CommunicationsAccountable.US – Posted by Accountable.US
Position: Vice President, Communications Location: Washington, DC Status: Exempt, Full-time Reports to: Executive Director Position Summary Launched in 2019, Accountable.US is a nonpartisan watchdog group exposing corruption across all levels of government. Accountable.US seeks a Vice President of Communications to advance Accountable.US’s external communications goals and represent the organization in the press. The Vice President will be responsible for working alongside the senior leadership and Directors of Accountable.US’s campaigns to develop and implement a comprehensive external communications strategy and manage special projects when necessary. They will serve as an on-the-record spokesperson for Accountable.US. The position is based in Washington, D.C., though research projects may include travel on occasion. Some weekend work may be required. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience. A flexible personality, sense of humor, and positive attitude are important. Essential Responsibilities and Tasks
- Develop and update strategic communications plans for US campaigns as directed by organizational leadership;
- Identify rapid response and other communications opportunities for Accountable.US;
- Act as thought-partner to leadership in developing creative earned and paid media campaigns and tactics;
- Serve as an on-the-record spokesperson for US in interviews (print, radio, and TV) press releases, etc. when necessary;
- Manage the drafting of messaging and press materials for Accountable.US work and build consensus among Accountable.US leadership on materials;
- Work with communications consultants as needed;
- Provide additional communications capacity to projects and leverage media contacts when asked;
- Serve as project director and spokesperson on one-off, stand-alone campaigns;
- Prepare regular updates for managers; and
- Perform other duties as assigned.
- Bachelor’s degree required;
- 10 years experience in issue advocacy communications or research;
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills;
- Experience managing multi-layered projects, staff and consultants;
- Comfort with serving as an on-the-record spokesperson in national print, radio, and television;
- Ability to juggle competing priorities and deadlines;
- Proven track record for being a self-starter;
- Knowledge of transparency and government relations and background in issue advocacy preferred;
- Experience working with research systems and structures;
- Exceptional communicator; and
- Extremely well-organized, detail-oriented and analytical.
- Date Posted
- 30 Jun 2020