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Executive Director (non-profit) (Nonprofit)
Remote, TX 12345
Recruited by: Josh Slimmer | Recruiter | Jericho HR Group See all my Jobs

  • Hiring Company: Jericho HR Group
  • Industry: Nonprofit
  • Compensation: to be determined
  • Expires: Feb 09, 2023
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Job Description

The Executive Director ensures the overall success of the organization's mission through exemplary leadership by overseeing the day-to-day operations, strategic vision, and operating excellence. Along with the executive team, this person is responsible for the operational, financial, and technical aspects of the organization. This position also interfaces with the chapter presidents and as needs arise, chapters individually or collectively.
The Executive Director serves as the public face of the organization and is responsible for promoting the public image of the organization when managing relationships with external entities (sponsors, partners, vendors, advocates, prospects, etc.).
A successful candidate will not only sustain but advance the organization through sponsorship, programming, volunteerism, and membership growth while demonstrating fiscal responsibility.

Leadership & Management
• Lead and develop capabilities of the national administration team and work collaboratively with national staff to ensure smooth operations of all National functions
• Organize and attend national board of directors meetings, which are typically scheduled every other month
• Attend the Presidents’ Council meetings (typically quarterly) and provide assistance and support for chapter leaders as needed
• Work collaboratively with volunteer leaders to ensure successful implementation of national programs, including the Leadership Convention, National Leadership Academy, Speakers Bureau, and other national programs.
• Support and advocate Chapter programs and initiatives
• Own, deliver, and execute the organizations strategy development
Finances
• Maintain familiarity with organizations financial records, compliance, and tax records
• Work collaboratively with the Chief Financial Officer and external accounting firm to ensure regular, accurate, and timely financial reporting to the Board of Directors and internal stakeholders
• Develop and ensure adherence to financial policies, processes, and goals
• Practice frugality, cost efficiency, and cost controls for the organization’s finances
Fund-Raising & Sponsor Management
• Develop and execute strategies for fund-raising and business development
• Work collaboratively with national staff to ensure full effectiveness of the organizations national fund-raising and business development efforts
• Maintain and enhance relationships with current sponsors
• Identify new sponsors to drive growth and ensure continuous sponsor support
External Relations
• Promote the organizations mission, vision, and values, and help enhance its public image
• Serve as a key spokesperson for the organization
• Represent the organization to donors, supporters, stakeholders, strategic partners, communities, civic organizations, regulatory bodies, and the general public

Qualifications:
• Three to five years of experience, or equivalent, in a management capacity of a corporate, nonprofit, or government organization managing an annual revenue of $1M or more
• Three to five years of paid experience, or equivalent, in directly managing contractors, employees and volunteers, with capabilities to manage staff and volunteers virtually
• Three to five years of volunteer experience, or equivalent, preferably for organizations that emphasize an appreciation for the Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander (AANHPI) community
• Three to five years of experience, or equivalent, in fundraising and managing clients or sponsor relationships with demonstrated experience in sourcing, growing and sustaining new funders
• As a spokesperson for the organization, candidate must have strong public speaking skills, executive presence and a professional image
• Evidence of leadership effectiveness – particularly in integrity, accountability, communication, team development, leading people/projects and inclusiveness.
• Successful record of driving operational performance, with an ability to accomplish all tasks in a quality and timely manner, both independently and cooperatively in a team environment
• Demonstrated skills and enthusiasm for multi-tasking through influence management
• Frugal disposition and understanding of financial acumen and management
• Strong organizational and time management skills, with a track record of self-initiative and reliability
• Excellent project management and event planning skills
• Excellent contract negotiation skills including development of sponsor packages
• High energy individual who exhibits a balance of “big picture” and attention to details. Must have evidence of results-orientation and passion in engaging and retaining volunteers
• Bachelor’s or advanced degree, or equivalent work experience in business admin, nonprofit management or related field
• Travel as required, usually no more than 20%
• Must be legally authorized to work in the United States