Jobs At CHM

Chief Marketing and Business Officer (CMBO)


Classification: Regular, Fulltime, Exempt

Location: Mtn. View or Remote and Hybrid Options Available

Department: Marketing

Position Summary

The Chief Marketing and Business Officer (CMBO) embodies the organization’s visionary spirit and operates as a strategic business partner to the CEO, board, and executive team, providing leadership, insight, inspiration and counsel for the development of creative new business approaches to measure audience and marketplace impact. The successful candidate will be a dynamic leader with a genuine passion for technology, its impact on humanity, and how the relationship between the two has transitioned over time. The CMBO will bring strategic vision and agility for the organization to thrive and innovate in the face of disruption. The successful candidate will join an organization with a strong foundation of resources upon which to build. They will partner and align with executive leadership and Edelman to realize CHM 3.0– to reach millions worldwide.


More specifically, the CMBO will:

1) Lead the translation and refinement of the CHM 3.0 vision and Strategy to 2022 into actionable and measurable business metrics targeting 2025;

2) Manage marketplace communications for programs and partner engagement;

3) Plan corporate partnership and market engagement strategies;

4) Develop and operationalize business and market impact dashboard(s) for target audiences; and

5) Help define, develop and launch a global scale membership effort using Open CHM / technology to reach audiences on their terms.


The successful candidate will take on leadership of:

Business Development

  • Lead business development efforts on behalf of CHM to complement the mission and vision of the Museum.
  • Establish efficient systems to improve and scale fundraising capability.
  • Serve as a chief partnership builder and community connector; cultivate relationships with key partners to help to enable the organization grow and diversify funding sources.
  • Operationalize strategic efforts to improve and scale the Museum’s community and impact.

Strategic Leadership

  • Partner with executive leadership team in the development and execution of a strategic plan to complement the capital campaign.
  • Heads up strategic planning as it relates to business metrics and market engagement.
  • Research and evaluate metrics and guide process improvement to continue growth.
  • Develop a transparent internal culture that supports and inspires the mission and promotes collaboration and innovation across the organization.
  • Fully embrace values of diversity, equity, and inclusion, and a commitment to instill this in the culture, leading through professional and personal example.

CHM internal and external businesses

  • Build and develop a dynamic in-house business/entrepreneurship team and matrix organization.
  • Collaborate with the executive leadership team and Museum community at-large to create business plans for external stakeholders.
  • Evaluate opportunities/strategies for better engaging target audiences.
  • Monitor short- and long-term investments and the integration of strategic efforts to improve engagement and increase revenue streams.
  • Actively champion and model entrepreneurial business builder mindset for colleagues and Museum stakeholders.

Financial Planning and Sustainability

  • Partner with team members on organization-wide fundraising initiatives.
  • Provide risk management analyses and proactively review, anticipate, and address potential risks of business plans and how they might impact revenue streams.
  • Optimize staff and resource allocation to drive success across CHM.
  • In partnership with the other executives, lead annual planning, including annual budgeting. Ensure strategic priorities are aligned with budget priorities and translated into rigorous, executable plans across the organization.

Position Requirements and Qualifications

Successful candidates will bring superlative business acumen and passion for being engaged in a space where technological progress should be in service to human progress and access to opportunity.

  • A significant track record of developing and launching scalable business plans
  • Demonstrated results-orientation in a similar environment of transferrable scope and/or complexity
  • An energetic, ambitious and visionary nature that combines leadership and intellectual curiosity with practical execution skills
  • Proven innovative and entrepreneurial leadership
  • Technologically savvy
  • Brings variety of experience across large- and small-scale businesses
  • Builder of culture that values diversity, equity and inclusion
  • Ability to collaborate productively across multi-disciplinary teams
  • Showcases high IQ and high EQ and seeks input from others
  • Ability to build and maintain effective relationships within a large agency network of diverse partners with varying levels of expertise and engagement
  • Navigates effectively through change
  • Deep knowledge and market intelligence across various sectors and industries
  • Successful recruitment and retention of a highly productive and diverse team
  • Demonstrated success building positive, effective, and collaborative cultures
  • Exemplary communications skills and compelling storyteller
  • A good manager of assets – people, money, and time
  • Experience or exposure to board governance
  • Expertise managing organizational complexity

Education Requirement

  • Bachelor’s degree required, master’s degree or above in a related field preferred

How to Apply

In order to be considered for this position, applicants must include a cover letter, resume, and a list of 3 professional references and email to Dayna Keene at Please be sure to add the job title you are applying for in the subject line of your email.

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We believe that diversity and inclusion among our teammates is critical to our success. CHM provides equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. In addition, CHM will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities.


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