Job Opportunities

Executive Director 

Status: Salaried (30 hours @ $40-50 DOE)

QSEHRA Health Benefit 

4 weeks PTO

Mileage and communications Reimbursement

Staff development stipend: $1000

Start date: April 2020 or as soon as possible

Deadline: Open until filled

Success on the Job: To be successful in this position, the Executive Director will need to work within an organizational culture that places high value on authenticity, trust, justice, creative thinking, rapid change, personal relationships, fun, imperfection, and collaboration. The Executive Director will have autonomy in their work, and will need to be comfortable leading, making decisions, asking for feedback, identifying when they need additional support, and communicating transparently with a team.

Responsibilities:

Leadership, Fundraising, Communications, External relations, Administration

Leadership (40%)

  • Together with Board, lead the development of the next three-year strategic plan, while overseeing growth and diversification of relationships and funding
  • Partner with the Board to shape strategic direction, improve organizational policies and systems
  • Guide, motivate and develop staff members
  • Manage the design, implementation, coordination, and evaluation for all administration, operations, and programming
  • Drive growth and strength of the organization and its impact by improving, creating and implementing sustainable staffing structures, development and marketing systems and strategies, and evaluation systems; including evaluating areas for program improvement

Development and Communications (40%) 

  • Build and execute a development strategy to strengthen donor stewardship program, diversify funding streams, and reach long term financial sustainability
  • Work with Grants Contractor to execute annual grants plan and oversee grant writing, provide supporting materials to Grant Writer
  • Oversee and guide the organization’s brand and marketing strategy; support implementation as appropriate
  • Drive and implement an annual development plan
  • Represent public events and stakeholder meetings, building awareness and connections to increase volunteer and funder engagement, including building relationships with community leaders
  • Building a communications and social media strategy & implementing together with Community Liaison

Administration (20%)

  • Oversee financial matters, including tracking of expenses and accounts payable, and developing and monitoring budgets. Provide the Board with regular financial and organizational reports
  • Oversee contracts and scope of work with funders, vendors, consultants and volunteers
  • Oversee organizational facilities and office technology
  • Oversee and manage business registration, tax filings, insurance, and organizational compliance

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