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2 days ago

Financial Analyst – new

Ocean Conservancy Washington, DC

Assist Budget Manager in review of monthly internal financial statements Assist Budget Manager with research… jobsradar.com

18 days ago

Director, Corporate Relations

Ocean Conservancy Washington, DC

Establishing and meeting annual revenue goals. Developing and sustaining meaningful corporate partnerships. Traveling and meeting with portfolio of… jobsradar.com

30+ days ago

Communications Manager, Policy Initiatives

Ocean Conservancy Washington, DC

For more than 40 years, Ocean Conservancy has been championing science-based policy solutions to protect the healthy and diverse ocean ecosystems… Idealist.org

30+ days ago

Director, Program Development

Ocean Conservancy Washington, DC

The Director, Program Development serves as a hub for Ocean Conservancys programs, responsible for developing, implementing, and enhancing strategies… Ocean Conservancy

30+ days ago

Government Relations Manager

Ocean Conservancy Washington, DC

Ocean Conservancys Government Relations team works to develop and implement policy solutions to address key ocean threats. Through strategic… Ocean Conservancy

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Vikki N. Spruill
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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Washington, DC
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    I have been working at Ocean Conservancy full-time (More than 3 years)


    Very smart and dedicated people work here. Work balance is good. While the pay may not be great, the health benefits are great.


    no upward mobility. Top heavy organization, with over 50% of Ocean Conservancy's staff are upper management. In the program I work in the managers tend towards a CYA policy first then employees second. Managers tend to take credit for your work, literally, this has happened in front of me at meetings. Managers have little to no training on how to manage, resulting in very dysfunctional team dynamic. Poor decision making skills, huge lack of communitcation and trust of staff. Tendency is towards micromanagement.

    Advice to Management

    Reduce the number of managers to staff. Fewer managers and more staff is what the dynamic should be. Get training and learn to trust employees.

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