Posted on April 19, 2016
Albany Law School
DIRECTOR OF THE GOVERNMENT LAW CENTER
The Government Law Center (GLC) of Albany Law School is a highly recognized center of excellence. Now in its 38th year, the GLC engages in and promotes interdisciplinary study, research and analysis of government and public interest issues. It examines current issues of government concern and seeks to assist government in addressing and resolving pressing social, legislative, and administrative challenges in ways that are innovative, scalable, efficient and effective, while exposing students, faculty and alumni to opportunities that promote public service.
The oldest center devoted to the study of government law of any American law school, the GLC is a core institution at Albany Law that helps launch our students’ careers in public service and affords them opportunities to impact public policy. One indicator of the GLC’s role in the law school and the nation: prelaw magazine recently listed Albany Law as first in the nation for government law careers.
The next Director of the Government Law Center will be a visionary leader with a proven ability to oversee existing operations while creatively expanding the scope and impact of the work of the Center by building on its strengths, generating critical scholarship and policy papers within the Center’s areas of focus, integrating faculty members in leadership roles, facilitating scholarly output, marshaling resources, exploring and pursuing new sources of funding for Center activities, and forging alliances with public and private institutions outside the law school.
A successful Director must be a leader, have excellent managerial skills and work and communicate effectively with members of the law school faculty, practitioners, government officials, students, and other constituencies of the Center. Candidates must also possess a law degree and have at least 8 years’ experience in a field related to the work of the GLC. The strongest candidates will also demonstrate some or all of the following: extensive experience in the public sector service, an entrepreneurial spirit, strong academic credentials, and the ability to fundraise.
Implementing the GLC mission will require a passion for good government and innovative legal education, as well as a personal sense of vision for the GLC that builds on the past successes while implementing the new strategy.
The Director of the GLC will report directly to the President and Dean of the Law School.
Albany Law School offers competitive pay and an excellent benefits package. Interested applicants should send cover letter, specifying salary requirement, and resume by May 13, 2016 to:
Albany Law School Attn: Director of Human Resources 80 New Scotland Avenue Albany, New York 12208-3494
fax: (518) 445-3262
Posted on April 19, 2016
The Carey Institute for Global Good in Rensselaerville is seeking an ambitious, self-starting Strategic Partnerships Manager to lead the design and implementation of the Carey Institute’s Partnership Strategy, driving revenue growth and supporting the long term sustainability of the organization and its programs by identifying opportunities, cultivating relationships and establishing strategic partnerships with funders and other relevant stakeholders.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
- Develop a revenue stream capable of sustaining and growing the Carey Institute’s programs
- Collaborate with President/CEO, Trustees, and Program Staff to identify strategic partnership goals and objectives
- Collaborate with President/CEO, Trustees, and Program Staff to identify existing and potential organizational and program contacts and partners
- Develop and implement a partnership strategy, including timelines, by which to convert contacts to partners and increase revenues from private, corporate, institutional and foundation donors to support the strategic direction of the organization
- Develop necessary systems by which to implement the partnership strategy
- Represent and raise the profile of the Carey Institute for Global Good and its programs
- Identify and cultivate funding opportunities
- Identify, cultivate and maintain relationships with Strategic Partners
- Liaise between strategic partners, President/CEO, trustees and program managers
- Coach Carey Institute program managers and grant writers to develop winning funding proposals based on partnership insights
- Execute the partnership strategy in accordance with the Carey Institute’s mission and goals, as well as professional and ethical standards.
- Collaborate with the communications staff to strategize organizational and program communications to maximize partnership opportunities
- Maximize all development and strategic partnership opportunities at the Carey Institute
- Monitor relevant trends and adapt strategies as necessary
- Other duties and responsibilities as necessary
Education – Minimum 4-year University degree in a related subject
Required Knowledge, Skills and Experience:
- 5-10 years demonstrable partnership development success
- Proven experience in results orientated relationship management, networking, marketing and intelligence gathering
- Proven ability to engage meaningfully and build credible relationships at a senior level
- Strong entrepreneurial instincts
- Excellent organizational, financial and data management skills
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Track record of setting and achieving targets
- Track record of developing successful program funding proposals
- Familiarity with federal, state, foundation, corporate and individual funding sources, grant makers and giving trends
- Knowledge of stakeholders and issues related to the Carey Institute’s mission and programs
- Highly organized – able to handle multiple and competing priorities in a fast-paced environment
- Ability to work independently and function effectively in a team environment (virtually and in –person)
- Flexible and committed to continuous learning
Desired Knowledge, Skills and Experience:
- Knowledge of program management, project/program design and evaluation
- Proven ability to capacity build, lead and motivate
- Proficiency in MS Office Products including Word, Excel and Outlook
- Salesforce or a similar relationship management database
How to Apply:
Please send resume and cover letter by April 30 to: LSYelich@CareyInstitute.org
Sarah Avery Gordon
Carey Institute for Global Good
Seeking a Data Specialist
Latham, NY (Albany Area)
LeadingAge New York, a statewide membership association of nearly 500 not-for-profit and public long term care providers, is seeking a Data Specialist for its Advocacy and Policy Department to conduct data analysis and research to support advocacy efforts. The incumbent will analyze and model financial impacts of state budget, legislative and regulatory initiatives and compile, analyze and present data in meaningful ways to assist member nursing homes, home care agencies and other member organizations involved in arranging or providing healthcare and housing for seniors and special populations. The Data Specialist will also assist in researching, analyzing and providing input on regulations, legislation and policy changes that impact members.
Minimum requirements include a bachelor’s degree with coursework in a quantitative field such as accounting, statistics, mathematics or computer science. Work experience in policy analysis or health care reimbursement as well as familiarity with New York State government is preferred, but not required. Proficiency in spreadsheet and database programs (e.g., Microsoft Excel and Access) along with excellent interpersonal, verbal communication, organizational and writing skills are required.
We offer competitive compensation including superior benefits and great working conditions. Qualified candidates should email a statement of interest and resume along with salary requirements to: Ellen Quinn, VP of Human Resources, LeadingAge New York, 13 British American Blvd. Suite 2, Latham, NY 12110 or email@example.com.
Apartment wanted in Center Square/Washington Park area for July & August for elderly non smoker visiting family from out of U.S. 1 BR is ideal but will consider others. Must be safe neighborhood walkable to Lark Street and Washington Park. Perhaps lobbyist with apartment available after session would be good match. Reply to firstname.lastname@example.org