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The Executive Director is responsible for overall management and operation of the nonprofit organization. The Executive Director is responsible for implementation of policies set by the Board of Directors as well as annual goals and objectives, program and administrative management, and protection of the nonprofit organization's financial assets while ensuring compliance with the Board directives and grantor requirements. Guidance and direction are provided by the President of the Board and by the Board Executive Committee.
LOCATION: Morgan County, Indiana
REPORTS TO: The Board of Directors
* Responsible for the overall operation including implementing goals and activities in furtherance of the strategic plan
* Reviewing and evaluating the results of program activities, ensuring that continuing contractual obligations are being fulfilled, allocating resources for greater program effectiveness and efficiency, developing organizational and administrative policies and program objectives.
* Assist in hiring and supervising necessary temporary staff and/or interns.
* Must have the ability to work independently with little-to-moderate oversight, while providing consistent communication to key stakeholders
* Monitors and evaluates all services provided and reports progress to the Board and committees; makes recommendations for change as needed.
* Provides oversight and guidance to directors around design, marketing, promotion, delivery, and quality of programs, products, and services.
* Provides overall leadership of staff.
* Serves as the public face of the organization assuring the organization and its mission, programs, products, and services are consistently presented in a strong and positive image to relevant stakeholders.
* Stays current with significant developments and trends in the community and proactively addresses business needs to successfully navigate changes
* Represents the organization in its business relationships with the community, media, community organizations, suppliers, competitors, professional organizations, and other related groups.
* In Partnership with the Board of Directors, leads the development and implementation of the organizational strategic plan.
* Establish, manage and lead the development strategy to achieve an annual fundraising targets that supports Stability First's programming and operations.
* Responsible for identifying and capturing as well as enhancing existing new opportunities for revenue and business development.
* Assures that long-range strategy which advances the mission and toward which the organization makes consistent and timely progress.
* Works with Board and staff to create appropriate outcome measures and data management systems.
* Identifies key success indicators for the organizations and takes action to achieve targeted outcomes.
* Monitors the industry landscape for any opportunities or threats to the organization.
Donor Relations and Stewardship:
* Cultivates a donor base and plays an active role in soliciting corporate and private donations.
* Identifies, cultivates, and solicits major and planned gifts and grants
* Develops relationships with foundations, corporations, individuals, and community organizations.
* Manages and coordinates volunteer and professional relationships in support of the organization's events, major/planned gift fundraising activities, and an annual campaign.
* Meets with community members and organizations to tell the organization's story and gain financial support
* Provides leadership for the development and implementation of new marketing strategies and organizational units to meet the Board's growth objectives.
* Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Business Management, Development, Nonprofit Management, Philanthropic Studies, Public Administration, or related technical degree from a regionally accredited college or university required.
* Supportive of a Christ-centered, faith-based approach in all aspects of the organization
* Minimum of seven (5) years of progressive experience in an administrative role required
* Minimum of five (5) years of supervisory experience
* Knowledge of nonprofit management and experience working with a nonprofit Board of Directors
* Prior experience in fundraising, grant proposal writing, and foundation relations
* Prior experience leading or participating in the strategic planning process
* Strong financial and business acumen
* Strong interpersonal and social skills
* Highly effective written and verbal communication skills
* Demonstrated ability to influence others through inspiring a shared vision preferred
* Minimum of Intermediate level of proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
* Work experience may substitute for education requirements on a case by case basis
* Must be eligible to work in the United States for any employer
All inquiries are confidentially protected and appreciated
Preferred Attributes for Success;
* Certificate in Nonprofit Management
* Master's degree. MBA, or MPA
* Able to communicate effectively with multiple audiences using a variety of formats
* Strong connection to the community
* Demonstrated excellence in organizational development, interpersonal, administrative, and personal management skills
Status: Exempt, Salaried
Salary Range: $58,000 - $62,000 annually
Category: CEO/Executive Director
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