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Revenue Generation Coordinator (IS-0341-13)

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  • ... Salary: 153354 per year
  • Posted on: Apr 22, 2024       Expires on: Jun 06, 2024

Revenue Generation Coordinator (IS-0341-13)   

JOB TITLE:

Revenue Generation Coordinator (IS-0341-13)

JOB TYPE:

Full-time

JOB LOCATION:

Washington District of columbia United States

REMOTE:

No

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Description


OPEN DATE: April 22, 2024
CLOSING DATE: May 22, 2024 (This job will close once 100 applications are received which may be sooner than the closing date.
)
POSITION TYPE: Trust Fund
APPOINTMENT TYPE: Temporary Not to Exceed Three (3) Years
SCHEDULE: Full-Time
DUTY LOCATION: Washington, DC
Position sensitivity and risk: Non-sensitive (NS)/Low Risk
Open to all qualified applicants

What are Trust Fund Positions?
Trust Fund positions are unique to the Smithsonian.
They are paid for from a variety of sources, including the Smithsonian endowment, revenue from our business activities, donations, grants and contracts.
Trust employees are not part of the civil service, nor does trust fund employment lead to Federal status.
The salary ranges for trust positions are generally the same as for federal positions and in many cases trust and federal employees work side by side.
Trust employees have their own benefit program and may include Health, Dental & Vision Insurance, Life Insurance, Transit/Commuter Benefits, Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance, Annual and Sick Leave, Family Friendly Leave, 403b Retirement Plan, Discounts for Smithsonian Memberships, Museum Stores and Restaurants, Credit Union, Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center (Child Care), Flexible Spending Account (Health & Dependent Care).
Conditions of Employment
  • Pass Pre-employment Background Check and Subsequent Background Investigation for position designated as low risk.
  • Complete a Probationary Period
  • Maintain a Bank Account for Direct Deposit/Electronic Transfer.
  • The position is open to all candidates eligible to work in the United States.
    Proof of eligibility to work in U.
    S.
    is not required to apply.
  • Applicants must meet all qualification and eligibility requirements within 30 days of the closing date of this announcement.

OVERVIEW


The Smithsonian Institution is a unique complex of 21 museums and galleries, the National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute and nine research centers.
The Smithsonian is a national and world treasure and is dedicated to its founding mission, “the increase and diffusion of knowledge.
” The Smithsonian’s National Zook and Conservation Biology Institute plays a leading role in the Smithsonian’s global efforts to save wildlife species from extinction and train future generations of conservationists.
The Smithsonian Institution is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.
Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
The Smithsonian’s National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute (NZCBI) is a leader in the conservation, care, exhibition, and research of wildlife and habitats.
NZCBI’s employees in the nation’s capital, Virginia, and worldwide and as part of the Smithsonian make it prominent in national and international affairs involving conservation, zoos, wildlife, public outreach, and biological research.

This position is located at NZCBI Headquarters 3001 Connecticut Avenue NW Washington DC 2008.
It is accessible via mass transit, and onsite employee parking is currently available at no cost.
Hybrid Telework Schedule Eligible, however, a minimum of 3-days onsite per week is required due to the nature of the position.
Additionally, there is a requirement for this position to regularly visit NZCBI’s Conservation Biology Institute campus located in Front Royal, VA.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


  • The Revenue Generation Coordinator serves as a liaison for the Associate Director of Business, Innovation, and Technology, the Deputy Director, and the Director of NZCBI on issues surrounding managed revenue-generating programs and interactions with outside agencies, such as Smithsonian Enterprises.
    Develops business case analyses for new revenue opportunities with an eye towards providing decision-quality information to leaders to make the best business decisions.
    Provides regular financial reporting and revenue projections to the Associate Director of Business, Innovation, and Technology.
  • Provides insight into the revenue processes at NZCBI, ensuring tight fiscal controls are in place.
    Provides financial projections for all revenue activities, strategically tracks incoming funds, and manages long-term financial planning for revenue activities.
    Plans and initiates a comprehensive evaluation system for the review and analysis of proposed costs, program development and performance.
  • Develops strategies to increase revenue opportunities at NZCBI to include both short- and long-range planning and propose them to leadership for approval.
    Develops and recommends strategies that draw increased visitors ship and encourage visitor participation in the full range of experiences, opportunities, and amenities with an eye towards increasing overall revenue.
  • Works in partnership with Smithsonian Enterprises on activities of mutual interest, assessing the long-term fiscal viability of activities and working to improve the financial standing of NZCBI.
  • Provides administrative and program management support involving oversight of programs to integrate new revenue opportunities, functions, processes, and operations into NZCBI.
    Develops detailed plans, tasks, milestone dates, and schedules to ensure proper sequencing of events and tracking of progress and costs throughout the life cycle of the program.
    Review programs to determine how they can be accomplished with the least disruption to workers and mission operations.
    Manages short- and long-range planning activities that include multi-year work plans that are the products of subordinate organizational projects/programs.
  • Recommends to leadership program objectives and units of measure for determining when objectives have been met.
    Makes recommendations for actions when adjustments or a different course of action is necessary.
    Takes appropriate actions necessary to correct identified problems.
  • Develops administrative documentation in support of contracting, procurement activities, financial tracking and management, budgeting, business case analyses, revenue projections, and project management.
    Conducts market studies to assess the performance of current activities against the larger market and makes recommendations for adjustments.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS


  • Expert ability in providing financial projections, strategically tracking funds, and managing long-term financial planning for revenue and marketing activities.
  • Ability to work with a wide range of internal and external organizations, developing approaches to address significant areas of disagreement and negotiating to enact approaches of mutual benefit.
  • Demonstrated skills in establishing program objectives and units of measure for determining when objectives have been met.
    Ability to make recommendations for actions when adjustments or a different course of action is necessary and take actions necessary to correct any identified problems.
  • Expert ability to develop business case analyses to allow executive leadership to make informed decisions.
  • Expert skill in program management work involving oversight of programs to integrate new revenue opportunities, functions, processes, and operations.
Applicants, who wish to qualify based on education completed outside the United States, must be deemed equivalent to higher education programs of U.
S.
Institutions by an organization that specializes in the interpretation of foreign educational credentials.
This documentation is the responsibility of the applicant and should be included as part of your application package.
Any false statement in your application may result in your application being rejected and may also result in termination after employment begins.
The Smithsonian Institution values and seeks a diverse workforce.
Join us in "Inspiring Generations through Knowledge and Discovery.
"

Resumes should include a description of your paid and non-paid work experience that is related to this job; starting and ending dates of job (month and year); and average number of hours worked per week.


What To Expect Next: Once the vacancy announcement closes, a review of your resume will be compared against the qualification and experience requirements related to this job.
After review of applicant resumes is complete, qualified candidates will be referred to the hiring manager.
Relocation expenses are not paid.


Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
The Smithsonian Institution provides reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities where appropriate.
Applicants requiring reasonable accommodation should contact BiagasL@si.
edu
.
Determinations on requests for reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis.
To learn more, please review the Smithsonian’s Accommodation Procedures.
The Smithsonian Institution is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
We believe that a workforce comprising a variety of educational, cultural, and experiential backgrounds support and enhance our daily work life and contribute to the richness of our exhibitions and programs.
See Smithsonian EEO program information: www.
si.
edu/oeema.


About National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute

The Smithsonian’s National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute (NZCBI) leads the Smithsonian's global efforts to save species, better understand ecosystems, and train future generations of conservationists.
Founded in 1889, NZCBI is part of the Smithsonian Institution, the world’s largest museum and research complex.
Its two campuses are home to more than 2,100 animals, including some of the planet’s most critically endangered species.
NZCBI’s employees, located in the nation’s capital, Front Royal, Virginia, and worldwide, are leaders in conservation, care, exhibition, and research of wildlife and habitats.

Position Details

POSTED:

Apr 22, 2024

EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

153354 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1714837734-28e7c2e1ed6455105d622af9441174a7

LOCATION:

District of columbia United States

CITY:

Washington

Job Origin:

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Description


OPEN DATE: April 22, 2024
CLOSING DATE: May 22, 2024 (This job will close once 100 applications are received which may be sooner than the closing date.)
POSITION TYPE: Trust Fund
APPOINTMENT TYPE: Temporary Not to Exceed Three (3) Years
SCHEDULE: Full-Time
DUTY LOCATION: Washington, DC
Position sensitivity and risk: Non-sensitive (NS)/Low Risk
Open to all qualified applicants

What are Trust Fund Positions?
Trust Fund positions are unique to the Smithsonian. They are paid for from a variety of sources, including the Smithsonian endowment, revenue from our business activities, donations, grants and contracts. Trust employees are not part of the civil service, nor does trust fund employment lead to Federal status. The salary ranges for trust positions are generally the same as for federal positions and in many cases trust and federal employees work side by side. Trust employees have their own benefit program and may include Health, Dental & Vision Insurance, Life Insurance, Transit/Commuter Benefits, Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance, Annual and Sick Leave, Family Friendly Leave, 403b Retirement Plan, Discounts for Smithsonian Memberships, Museum Stores and Restaurants, Credit Union, Smithsonian Early Enrichment Center (Child Care), Flexible Spending Account (Health & Dependent Care).
Conditions of Employment
  • Pass Pre-employment Background Check and Subsequent Background Investigation for position designated as low risk.
  • Complete a Probationary Period
  • Maintain a Bank Account for Direct Deposit/Electronic Transfer.
  • The position is open to all candidates eligible to work in the United States. Proof of eligibility to work in U.S. is not required to apply.
  • Applicants must meet all qualification and eligibility requirements within 30 days of the closing date of this announcement.

OVERVIEW


The Smithsonian Institution is a unique complex of 21 museums and galleries, the National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute and nine research centers. The Smithsonian is a national and world treasure and is dedicated to its founding mission, “the increase and diffusion of knowledge.” The Smithsonian’s National Zook and Conservation Biology Institute plays a leading role in the Smithsonian’s global efforts to save wildlife species from extinction and train future generations of conservationists. The Smithsonian Institution is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
The Smithsonian’s National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute (NZCBI) is a leader in the conservation, care, exhibition, and research of wildlife and habitats. NZCBI’s employees in the nation’s capital, Virginia, and worldwide and as part of the Smithsonian make it prominent in national and international affairs involving conservation, zoos, wildlife, public outreach, and biological research.
This position is located at NZCBI Headquarters 3001 Connecticut Avenue NW Washington DC 2008. It is accessible via mass transit, and onsite employee parking is currently available at no cost. Hybrid Telework Schedule Eligible, however, a minimum of 3-days onsite per week is required due to the nature of the position. Additionally, there is a requirement for this position to regularly visit NZCBI’s Conservation Biology Institute campus located in Front Royal, VA.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


  • The Revenue Generation Coordinator serves as a liaison for the Associate Director of Business, Innovation, and Technology, the Deputy Director, and the Director of NZCBI on issues surrounding managed revenue-generating programs and interactions with outside agencies, such as Smithsonian Enterprises. Develops business case analyses for new revenue opportunities with an eye towards providing decision-quality information to leaders to make the best business decisions. Provides regular financial reporting and revenue projections to the Associate Director of Business, Innovation, and Technology.
  • Provides insight into the revenue processes at NZCBI, ensuring tight fiscal controls are in place. Provides financial projections for all revenue activities, strategically tracks incoming funds, and manages long-term financial planning for revenue activities. Plans and initiates a comprehensive evaluation system for the review and analysis of proposed costs, program development and performance.
  • Develops strategies to increase revenue opportunities at NZCBI to include both short- and long-range planning and propose them to leadership for approval. Develops and recommends strategies that draw increased visitors ship and encourage visitor participation in the full range of experiences, opportunities, and amenities with an eye towards increasing overall revenue.
  • Works in partnership with Smithsonian Enterprises on activities of mutual interest, assessing the long-term fiscal viability of activities and working to improve the financial standing of NZCBI.
  • Provides administrative and program management support involving oversight of programs to integrate new revenue opportunities, functions, processes, and operations into NZCBI. Develops detailed plans, tasks, milestone dates, and schedules to ensure proper sequencing of events and tracking of progress and costs throughout the life cycle of the program. Review programs to determine how they can be accomplished with the least disruption to workers and mission operations. Manages short- and long-range planning activities that include multi-year work plans that are the products of subordinate organizational projects/programs.
  • Recommends to leadership program objectives and units of measure for determining when objectives have been met. Makes recommendations for actions when adjustments or a different course of action is necessary. Takes appropriate actions necessary to correct identified problems.
  • Develops administrative documentation in support of contracting, procurement activities, financial tracking and management, budgeting, business case analyses, revenue projections, and project management. Conducts market studies to assess the performance of current activities against the larger market and makes recommendations for adjustments.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS


  • Expert ability in providing financial projections, strategically tracking funds, and managing long-term financial planning for revenue and marketing activities.
  • Ability to work with a wide range of internal and external organizations, developing approaches to address significant areas of disagreement and negotiating to enact approaches of mutual benefit.
  • Demonstrated skills in establishing program objectives and units of measure for determining when objectives have been met. Ability to make recommendations for actions when adjustments or a different course of action is necessary and take actions necessary to correct any identified problems.
  • Expert ability to develop business case analyses to allow executive leadership to make informed decisions.
  • Expert skill in program management work involving oversight of programs to integrate new revenue opportunities, functions, processes, and operations.
Applicants, who wish to qualify based on education completed outside the United States, must be deemed equivalent to higher education programs of U.S. Institutions by an organization that specializes in the interpretation of foreign educational credentials. This documentation is the responsibility of the applicant and should be included as part of your application package.
Any false statement in your application may result in your application being rejected and may also result in termination after employment begins.
The Smithsonian Institution values and seeks a diverse workforce. Join us in "Inspiring Generations through Knowledge and Discovery."

Resumes should include a description of your paid and non-paid work experience that is related to this job; starting and ending dates of job (month and year); and average number of hours worked per week.

What To Expect Next: Once the vacancy announcement closes, a review of your resume will be compared against the qualification and experience requirements related to this job. After review of applicant resumes is complete, qualified candidates will be referred to the hiring manager.
Relocation expenses are not paid.

Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
The Smithsonian Institution provides reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities where appropriate. Applicants requiring reasonable accommodation should contact BiagasL@si.edu. Determinations on requests for reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis. To learn more, please review the Smithsonian’s Accommodation Procedures.
The Smithsonian Institution is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We believe that a workforce comprising a variety of educational, cultural, and experiential backgrounds support and enhance our daily work life and contribute to the richness of our exhibitions and programs. See Smithsonian EEO program information: www.si.edu/oeema.


About National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute

The Smithsonian’s National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute (NZCBI) leads the Smithsonian's global efforts to save species, better understand ecosystems, and train future generations of conservationists. Founded in 1889, NZCBI is part of the Smithsonian Institution, the world’s largest museum and research complex. Its two campuses are home to more than 2,100 animals, including some of the planet’s most critically endangered species. NZCBI’s employees, located in the nation’s capital, Front Royal, Virginia, and worldwide, are leaders in conservation, care, exhibition, and research of wildlife and habitats.

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