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Outside Sale Representative
Lusamerica Foods
We are in search of two talented Outside Sales Representatives in the Los Angeles, California area and the Seattle, Washington area who carry a positive and intuitive sales mentality. The ideal candidates are seafood savvy, quick learners, have strong interpersonal skills and strong negotiating skills, and the ability to effectively showcase our seafood offerings.

· Generate new leads and build new relationships in assigned territories.
· Represent Lusamerica’s products and services
· Meet weekly, monthly, and quarterly goals
· Plan, organize, and execute daily work schedule to call on new and existing customers.
· Develop and implement a territory action plan through comprehensive data analysis and adjust sales techniques as needed

Vice President
Multiplier’s mission is to accelerate impact for initiatives focused on protecting and fostering a healthy, sustainable, resilient, and equitable world. Growing threats to our planet require holistic and creative solutions, both locally and globally. The projects in our portfolio span a broad array of cross-sector strategies in land and ocean conservation, public health, education and leadership, economic development, clean energy, climate resilience, sustainable food systems, energy efficiency, social and environmental equity, and more. Learn more about us at

With 2021 projected annual revenue of $30M+ and a growing and distributed workforce of ~200 employees, Multiplier is in full-on growth mode now and for the foreseeable future. To support this growth and to help drive innovative strategies to address some of the world’s most urgent challenges, we are adding two new VP-level leaders to our leadership team and are poised to hire immediately. Both positions will be filled by multi-faceted, entrepreneurial nonprofit leaders, each with a clear charter to expand and grow the reputation of Multiplier and our projects as thought leaders, groundbreakers, and innovators. Multiplier’s administration team is comprised of core team members working from home offices throughout the U.S.

Rather than pre-crafting specific primary responsibilities for each role in advance, we intend to co-create these positions with our top candidates based on mutually reinforcing areas of expertise. Our specific needs are in the areas of (1) leadership and co-design of innovative funding and finance delivery models, mechanisms and programs; (2) strong senior-level stewardship of Multiplier’s internal operations, including co-designing streamlined processes to support our projects throughout their life cycles, and (3) leveraging data across both finance and operations to co-design and maximize our d
Executive Director
Global Diallogue on Seafood Traceability (GDST)
The Global Dialogue on Seafood Traceability (GDST) is seeking a strategic, inspiring, and contemporary leader who enjoys working in a dynamic, start-up environment and is skilled at building a team and an organization now entering a critical phase of consolidation and growth. The Executive Director will provide strategic vision, entrepreneurial and fundraising acumen, and stakeholder engagement for our growing platform. This is a rare opportunity for an exceptional leader to strengthen and grow our organization into a fully-fledged entity and then take the reins to guide us through continued growth and sustained impact.


The Global Dialogue on Seafood Traceability (GDST) is an international business-to-business initiative established to advance seafood traceability in support of the long-term sustainability, social responsibility, and profitability of the seafood industry worldwide. In March 2020, after three years of intensive consensus-based drafting by more than sixty seafood industry companies, the GDST published the first-ever global standards for interoperable seafood traceability, known as GDST 1.0. (More info can be found about the standards on our website and at the end of this post). Since the launch of GDST 1.0, dozens of companies around the world have adopted the standards and begun implementing them. When widely utilized across the seafood sector, the GDST standards will transform seafood traceability, helping ensure the legal origin of all seafood products while reducing supply chain risk and increasing brand and product value.

The mission of the GDST places it at a critical juncture between core business operations (such as supply chain management and customer fulfillment) and the pursuit of corporate social and environmental responsibility, and the intersection of industry and NGOs.
Executive Director
Sea Pact
Sea Pact is a pre-competitive collaboration of leading North American seafood companies dedicated to driving stewardship and continuous improvement of social, economic, and environmental responsibility throughout the global seafood supply chain. Entering its 8th year, Sea Pact also provides grants for relevant projects working towards positive change within the seafood industry. Sea Pact operates as a project of Multiplier, a 501c3 nonprofit organization that accelerates impact for initiatives that protect and foster a healthy, sustainable. resilient, and equitable world. Learn more about Sea Pact at

The Position

The Executive Director will be the key management leader of Sea Pact and will be responsible for overseeing the administration, programs, and strategic plan of the organization.

Working closely with Sea Pact’s Member Representatives, key responsibilities will include but not be limited to:

Planning and Partnering

Leading the development and implementation of Sea Pact’ strategic planning, including developing a plan to increase diversity of funding
Networking and coordinating with current and potential NGO advisors/consultant partners to Sea Pact
Linking Sea Pact activities with ongoing sustainable seafood partners and projects to increase impact within the sustainable seafood ecosystem
Program Development and Management

Implementing a wide array of Sea Pact programs to carry out Sea Pact’s mission
Managing Sea Pact’s grant making process including the facilitation of in-person meetings and the project review and selection process
Monitoring legislative and policy developments relevant to sustainable seafood and Sea Pact’s mission and responding in consultation with members
Member Relations

Engaging with and serving as a liaison between Sea Pact member companies to ensure momentum is maintained on initiatives
Leading and structuring organizational calls, meetings, and other correspondence as needed
Seafood standards manager
Fair Trade USA
Greatest opportunity to help define what decent and fair working conditions should be for Fair Trade certified seafood at a time when demand for socially responsible seafood is growing.
Finance Manager
The Finance Manager is responsible for managing the financial activities of the organization, including financial analysis and planning, accounting operations and reporting, budgeting, and external audits. S/he establishes or improves upon the organization’s financial policies and procedures. The Finance Manager is responsible for ensuring legal and regulatory compliance of the financial functions. Additionally, the Finance Manager provides guidance to senior management, supports Board relations through clear communication of financial reporting and analysis, and is the primary interface with external parties on financial matters, including audits, bank relations, customer invoices, project reporting, and state and federal tax registration and reporting. The position reports to the Director of Operations.
Interim Executive Director
FishWise, a Santa Cruz, California-based non-profit organization, seeks a professional Interim Executive Director to steer the organization through a six-to-nine-month leadership transition. Through a mix of consulting projects and grant funding, FishWise works to sustain ocean ecosystems and the people who depend on them by transforming global seafood supply chains. This position will bridge the period between the departure of the founding CEO and new permanent leadership, with the goal of positioning both the organization and the new leader for long-term success.

Position Profile: The Interim Executive Director will guide the ongoing work of the organization to position it for continued success when a new permanent leader is brought on board. The ideal candidate will provide strong and steady leadership, paired with strong financial acumen and emotional intelligence. They will be experienced in guiding organizations through multiple, simultaneous changes.

Candidates should bring established organization-building skills including: change management; coaching and capacity building; collaboration balanced with clear decision making; a commitment to building a culture of trust, clarity and learning; and financial and operational (administrative) acumen. Experience as an Interim Executive Director within a similarly sized non-profit is critical, as is deep expertise in non-profit leadership.

See website for deadline and specific duties.
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