Do you want to make a difference in the life of veterans and their families? Then you have come to the right spot. Take a look at the different roles we need to fill within ODV and see where your talents and passion line up.


North Carolina/ New York

A Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) is responsible for overseeing the planning, development and execution of an organization's marketing and advertising initiatives. Reporting directly to the chief executive officer, the CMO's primary responsibility is to generate revenue by increasing sales through successful marketing for the entire organization.

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North Carolina/ New York

The Chief Development Officer (CDO) ensures the development and success of the organization by instilling a culture of philanthropy, coordinating fund development, contributing to strategic planning, and addressing development issues within the organization.

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The Client Service Advisor will perform a variety of tasks depending on the needs of clients requesting assistance from Operation Decisive Victory (ODV). This will include answering phone calls, conducting initial screening of clients, collecting supporting documents, building case files and maintaining communication with the client throughout

the case management cycle. This position serves as the voice of ODV when dealing directly with veterans, first

responders and their families.

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The Brand Ambassador (BA) will perform a variety of public relations tasks for Operation Decisive Victory (ODV). BAs are the face and voice of ODV. The primary responsibility of the BA is building a network of approved resources for veterans and their families. The Brand Ambassadors need to work together with other ODV departments to achieve goals and objectives of advocating, educating, and empowering our veteran and first responder communities.

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