SVIN Opportunities

SVIN Executive Director

The Society of Vascular and Interventional Neurology (SVIN), a 501(c)(3) non-profit association is accepting application for executive director to lead the management of the association. 

Posting Date: July 25, 2023
Close Date:  August 31, 2023 at 12:00 AM CST
Estimated Compensation: $120K to 175K per year

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Global Executive Director/Program Director - Independent Contractor

Help advance SVIN's mission to improve access to thrombectomy treatment for stroke worldwide and enhance outcomes for patients.

Posting Date: June 26, 2023
Position Type: Contract
Estimated Compensation: $150,000/year

The Society of Vascular and Interventional Neurology (SVIN), a 501(c)(3) non-profit association, is seeking an independent contractor to provide Executive Director/Program Director services in support of SVIN’s Mission Thrombectomy initiative.

Mission Thrombectomy (MT) is a leading stroke campaign founded in 2016 with a presence in 100 global regions. The Global Executive Director/Program Director plays a pivotal role in helping advance our mission to improve access to thrombectomy treatment for stroke worldwide and enhance outcomes for patients.

If you have strategic vision and excellent program development and management skills, are a persuasive communicator who enjoys interacting with healthcare professionals, have public health policy experience, and a desire to help advance a global campaign towards a common goal, this could be a great fit.

Scope of Work

  • Develop and execute a comprehensive strategic plan that raises awareness about thrombectomy treatment, and advocates for its accessibility.
  • Collaborate with international stakeholders, including healthcare professionals, policymakers, patient advocacy groups, and industry partners, in support of the strategic plan and program initiatives.
  • Monitor and evaluate strategic plan progress, measure impact, and identify opportunities for improvement.
  • Direct and manage vendors and sub-contractors responsible for program execution.
  • Develop and manage the MT program budget.
  • Identify funding opportunities and develop and present presentations to potential funding organizations.
  • Represent Mission Thrombectomy at conferences, meetings, and other relevant events, promoting the campaign's objectives and establishing relationships with key stakeholders.
  • Foster strategic partnerships with other NGO’s, professional societies, and global health initiatives.


  • Bachelor’s degree.
  • 5+ years’ experience performing strategic level work in a supervisory role.
  • Demonstrated success in developing and executing strategic plans, with a track record of achieving objectives and delivering measurable results.
  • Exceptional organizational and project management skills, with the ability to prioritize tasks and manage multiple initiatives simultaneously.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to engage and influence diverse stakeholders at various levels.
  • Flexibility to travel domestically and internationally, 2-3 times a year at minimum.


  • Master’s degree in public policy.
  • Background working with volunteers on major projects.
  • Experience building partnerships with organizations and individuals in the healthcare sector.
  • Familiarity with fundraising and resource mobilization strategies for non-profit organizations.
  • Experience with a global health-related organization or campaign.
  • Strong intent to learn about the barriers to acute stroke treatment especially to thrombectomy procedures and global challenges associated with its access.

The Global Executive Director/Program Director independent contractor will work 100% remotely and provide their own office technology and supplies. Estimated compensation is $150,000/year and is based on an annual contract and agreed scope of work. Estimated time to complete project work is 160 hours/month. Note: independent contractors are not employees and are not paid on an hourly basis.

This is a unique opportunity to lead a global campaign that can transform stroke treatment and save lives. To apply, please submit your resume, cover letter, and any relevant supporting documents to Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, with a final submission deadline of July 28, 2023.

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