The Iranian American Political Action Committee (IAPAC) has an exciting new opportunity for an Executive Director position that will manage the day-to-day operations of IAPAC. We are seeking a dynamic, high energy, resourceful individual. Applications will be accepted until position is filled.
Job Description: The Executive Director will report directly to the Board of Directors (the "Board"). The primary responsibilities of the Executive Director will include: (1) managing, directing and overseeing the business and affairs of IAPAC, including supervision of all employees and staff, preparation of budgets and financial oversight (2) managing trustee and donor relationships, raising money and coordinating all fundraising activities (3) ensuring that IAPAC meets its quarterly and annual fundraising goals (4) coordinating the efforts of all other Committees of the Board (5) serving as the primary liaison between the Board, the media and other outlets (6) all other responsibilities and duties prescribed by the Board.
Requirements: Candidate must have extensive management and fundraising experience. Candidate must have a thorough understanding of the American body politic. Knowledge of legislative and regulatory provisions governing federal campaign finance laws is not required but preferred. Prior experience within the political arena, particularly with political action committees and lobbying organizations, is strongly preferred.
Bachelor's degree in related field or equivalent from accredited university with strong writing, verbal and message development skills. A good understanding of Iranian history and culture is a requirement. Candidate must also be highly attuned to the domestic issues of relevance to the Iranian American community. Post-graduate degrees not required but preferred. Persian fluency preferred but not required.
To apply: Please send resume, cover letter and references to email@example.com or fax us at 202-737-6063.
IAPAC is a registered bipartisan federal political committee that contributes to candidates for federal office who are attuned to the domestic concerns of the Iranian American community. IAPAC focuses exclusively on domestic policy issues such as civil rights, immigration and civil liberties, and encourages Americans of Iranian descent to actively participate in the electoral process. In forming IAPAC, the twenty-two founding trustees agreed that in order to provide a voice on domestic issues that unify our community, IAPAC's bylaws would exclude the organization from engaging on issues pertaining to U.S. foreign policy towards Iran.
To learn more about IAPAC, visit www.iranianamericanpac.org
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