The National Association of Federal Veterinarians is seeking a new Executive Vice President to lead the mission of the organization!
The ideal person would be dynamic, energetic, and interested in advancing the veterinary medical profession in federal, military and policy advocacy. The EVP should have the ability to identify common goals and build consensus opinion for common objectives to support NAFV members in the federal and military workforce. Even more importantly, the EVP should have the drive to grow the organization membership and mentor future leaders in the federal and military veterinary profession and organization.
Overview: Company: National Association of Federal Veterinarians Location: 1910 Sunderland Place NW, Washington, DC 20036 Employee Type: Full-Time or Part-Time Industry: Non-Profit Job Type: Executive, Veterinary Education Experience: At least 10 year(s) Annual Salary: $60,000 Manages Others: Yes Post Date: 11/29/17
Applicants should hold a degree in veterinary medicine and have at least 10 years of experience working in a federal agency of in the US military. Additional qualifications that are desirable include previous work leading an association or group as a Chief Executive Officer (CEO), or Executive Vice President (EVP), experience at the senior management level, or a Graduate degree.
About National Association of Federal Veterinarians
The National Association of Federal Veterinarians (NAFV) was formed in 1918 by a small group of Bureau of Animal Industry veterinarians. It is recognized by the United States Department of Agriculture as the representative organization for federally employed veterinarians and as an association of managers and supervisors. NAFV strives to serve both veterinarians and the agencies they work for by f...acilitating communication, making suggestions for improvements, and working collaboratively to address issues of concern. As an advocate for veterinarians in federal service, NAFV emphasizes professionalism and expertise in federal service, while promoting continuing education, teamwork, and a standard of excellence.NAFV is staffed by a full-time executive vice president, junior staffer, and general counsel. The board of directors is comprised of a president, president-elect, vice president, and secretary-treasurer, all elected by the members on two-year terms, as well as board representatives from various federal agencies and the military. NAFV has Chapters throughout the nation where members meet and discuss issues of concern as needed. NAFV also holds consultation meetings with the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) and the Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) to discuss management and supervisory issues with the purposes of improvement of agency operations, improvement of working conditions, exchange of information, improvement of managerial effectiveness, and establishment of policies that best serve the public interest in accomplishing the mission of the agency.