Post a Job

All jobs

All jobs

Are you a skilled Development Professional who believes in lending your skills to end hunger? If so, consider being the Vice President of Development for the San Francisco Marin Food Bank.

The SF Marin Food Bank is comprised of a dedicated team of approximately 150 staff working collaboratively to provide close to 50 million pounds of food to over 210,000 people in the Bay Area – a region where 1 in 4 people are at risk of hunger. We are currently looking for a Vice President of Development to help with overseeing a complex, multi-channel development department that delivers against the organizations mission to end hunger. See the job description below and apply today if you would like to join us in our mission to end hunger.

POSITION PURPOSE

SF-Marin Food Bank is seeking a Vice President of Development to strategically lead the organization’s fund development department to meet its current goal of raising $22 million annually in support of its annual operating budget of $29 million. In addition, the Food Bank has undertaken a $40 million capital campaign.

The Vice President of Development oversees, manages, and directs all individual, corporate, and foundation fundraising activities for SFMFB. S/he leads the 28-person Development team to meet the fundraising and marketing goals of the organization.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND BASIC DUTIES

Fundraising


  • Develop and lead a comprehensive and diverse fund development strategy to sustain and grow the revenue of SFMFB.

  • Leverage existing Food Bank staff and relationships to advance the development office, expand the major gifts program, and develop a plan to scale revenue over the next decade to support increasing operations in San Francisco and Marin.

  • Inspire and motivate the Development Team to achieve fundraising goals.

  • Develop and manage the annual fundraising budget and work plan, track, and report results.

  • Together with the Senior Director of Development and the Director of Leadership Gifts, broaden and develop robust major gifts and planned giving programs and assist in the identification, cultivation and solicitation of major donors and planned gift donors.

  • Oversee the work of the Director of Annual Fund as they plan and execute direct mail and online campaigns.

  • Oversee the work of the Director of Community Engagement as they plan and execute special events, community engagement efforts and volunteer programs.

  • Ensure the identification, cultivation, and solicitation of institutional supporters.

  • Oversee the work of the Director of Development Operations and assure the strong management of the donor database and the prompt, accurate acknowledgment, and recognition of donor contributions.

  • Ensure that donor management systems are fully utilized and that underlying donor cultivation strategies are fully supported through appropriate leveraging of technology and best practices.

  • Involve the Executive Director, Board members and other SFMFB staff in fundraising activities, as appropriate.

  • Keep up with trends in philanthropy to keep SFMFB on the forward edge of acquiring donor support.

  • Serve to staff and provide leadership to the Board of Director’s Development Steering Committee to achieve SFMFB goals.

Capital Campaign


  • The VP of Development will be expected to advance the Food Bank’s fundraising capacity by leading a major capital campaign to raise $40 million (currently at 61% of goal) over and above the annual budget, with guidance and support from the Campaign Director.

  • Work closely with prominent community leaders serving on the Development Steering Committee to help them identify, cultivate, and solicit their own networks.

  • Serve as a liaison between executive team, campaign staff, Development Steering Committee, and the board of directors with regards to the campaign.

Public Awareness


  • Oversee the work of the Director of Marketing and Communications, who leads public outreach activities, including advertising and media campaigns related to fund raising efforts or promoting awareness about SFMFB and its impact on ending hunger; the maintenance and expansion of SFMFB’s website and social network activities;

  • Make public presentations and appeals to prospective corporate, foundation and individual funders.

  • Represent SFMFB at community functions as appropriate.

Staff Management


  • Model a leadership style that is open, supportive, and encouraging to staff, treating team members as respected colleagues.

  • Recruit for open team positions, thoughtfully crafting a team structure that further supports the work of the entire team.

  • Set a strong vision for the Development Team, including clear priorities, objectives, and measurable goals.

  • Provide strong professional development support for the Development Team and mentor individuals toward greater professional achievement.

  • Maintain a strong team esprit de corps and a healthy working environment within the department.

  • Foster an environment that values and rewards collaboration, leadership, excellence, accountability, and mutual respect.

Organizational Support


  • Participate on the senior management team to provide leadership and direction for SFMFB’s policies, programs, and operations.

  • Support future growth efforts of the organization by participating in strategic planning activities.

  • Provide ongoing fundraising campaign reporting and analysis to the management team and the Board.

PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENTS


  • Appropriate policies and procedures are maintained and updated on a yearly basis.

  • Revenue targets are met or exceeded.

  • Reputation of organization is maintained or enhanced.

QUALIFICATIONS


  • Proven experience leading a successful Devlopment Department.

  • Broad-based experience securing major institutional or principal gifts for a $20+ million nonprofit organization, with experience managing a team of fundraisers.

  • Track record of success driving long-range strategies for a complex giving program.

  • Minimum of ten years managing large-scale direct mail and online fundraising campaigns, preferably for nonprofit organizations

  • Proven ability to acquire, cultivate and solicit donors for annual gifts, and to sustain and grow donor relationships; ability to assess and measure outcomes.

  • Expertise with developing and using financial analysis and donor reports to inform strategic decisions.

  • Strong strategic thinking and leadership skills; ability to develop and monitor work plans and budgets; experience managing multiple projects with multiple stakeholders simultaneously.

  • Experience designing, structuring, closing, and stewarding, complex, multi-year funding agreements; knowledge of major local foundations and human services funders.

  • Sensitivity and commitment to working with and serving a diverse community.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT:

(The physical and environmental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.)

ENVIRONMENT: Standard office

FINGER DEXTERITY: Requires typing on standard computer.

TALKING: Ability to speak on phone and face to face.

HEARING: Able to hear average or normal conversations and receive ordinary information.

REPETITIVE MOTIONS: Frequent and regular movements using the wrists, hands, and fingers.

AVERAGE VISUAL ABILITIES: Average, ordinary, visual acuity necessary to view computer screens and documents.

PHYSICAL STRENGTH: NOT APPLICABLE.

COMMUNICATION AND COGNITIVE REQUIREMENTS

REASONING ABILITY: Ability to apply principles of logical or scientific thinking to a wide range of intellectual and practical problems. Ability to interpret instructions.

MATHEMATICS ABILITY: Ability to perform basic math skills, use decimals to compute ratios and percentages, and to draw and interpret graphs.

LANGUAGE ABILITY: Fluency in English. Demonstrated excellence in writing and editing.

SALARY: Competitive pay based on qualifications and experience

BENEFITS: Medical, dental, life, long-term disability, and 403(b) retirement plan with employer base and matching contribution. Generous holidays, vacation, and sick time.

The San Francisco-Marin Food Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.


See full job description

 ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEW  The Achievable Foundation (Achievable) is a nonprofit Federal Qualified Community Health Center whose mission is to provide high quality, integrated care to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, their families, and other vulnerable populations.   

JOB SUMMARY  Reporting to the CEO the Operations Manager is responsible for directing day-to- day operations. Monitors compliance with internal policies and procedures, contractual requirements and external regulatory guidelines. Directly supervises LVN, medical records, referrals, care coordination, and call center staff.    

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES ● Responsible for the day to day operations, ensuring health center is staffed appropriately  ● Serves as a liaison between the practice and the administration to ensure quality patient care, excellent customer satisfaction, efficient operations ● Serves as lead staff member on the preparation of external audits (i.e. HRSA site visits, health plans, MHLA), assists with facility review, chart review and personnel review. ● Develops and maintains effective operational systems to file, track, and monitor contracts and associated regulatory requirements and submissions ● Implements corrective action plans as result of any findings ● Develops, implements, and enforces policies and oversee the staffs’ compliance to policies ● Monitor key performance indicators and prepare information for discussion during weekly leadership meetings ● Serves as an integral member of the Quality Improvement Committee ● Serves as a liaison between HRSA and Achievable ● Recruits, hires, supervises, evaluates, and as necessary disciplines direct reports ● Oversees the referral process to ensure timely access to specialty care ● Oversees call center, ensuring calls are answered in a timely manner and are handled appropriately and efficiently ● Reviews, approves, and submits timely staff timesheets for payroll processing ● Provides training for staff both in a group setting as well as one-on-one ● Reviews, approves and manages time off requests to ensure appropriate staffing levels ● In conjunction with HR, tracks and maintains licensure and certification for all team member requirements to ensure compliance ● Works with management team to ensure operations and relations are effective     ● Attends required meetings and participates in committees as requested ● Fosters an environment of collaboration, professionalism, patient/colleague safety, quality care, continuous improvement and reward and recognition ● Performs other duties as assigned   

QUALIFICATIONS  ● Bachelor degree in management or healthcare administration, or equivalent work experience ● A minimum of three to five years’ experience working in ambulatory care setting, FQHCs preferred  ● Leadership/management experience required ● Supervisory experience is required ● Must have the ability to decipher complex systems and information in order to provide easy to understand summaries for staff, patients, or the general public ● Must have knowledge of factors impacting patient flow in order to streamline processes ● Must possess an understanding of private and public health plans ● Must have a working knowledge of personal computer applications; knowledge of electronic health records is a plus ● Ability to maintain patient confidentiality and adhere to HIPAA regulations ● Must be able to interact with people of various socioeconomic statuses  ● Ability to address sensitive issues with tact and diplomacy ● Strong communication skills both verbal and written ● Ability to train one-on-one and in-group settings ● Ability to have strong organizational skills and be able to work with frequent interruptions or shifting priorities     

PHYSICAL DEMANDS While performing the essential functions of this job, the incumbent must be able to do the following: stand for extended periods; sit for extended periods; bend and reach for filing and other job-related functions; climb up and down stairs; bend, stoop, and lift to move and retrieve materials; pull, push, and lift; reach both above and below shoulder height. Specific visual abilities include close vision, color vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Must be able to visually inspect work. Manual dexterity to operate computer and other office equipment required.    The physical demands described above are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made. 

Interested candidate should send cover letter and resume via email to employment@achievable.org. Please be sure to include the job title in the subject line.     

 


See full job description

Job Description


 


**About Our Company:**


Confidential until we contact you, but the Perfect Candidiate will be joining a Post Start-Up of (3) Companies (1) Charity with a great Team of EXPERTS in their field of Government, Defense Aid Industries. They are Pioneers in providing Security-Cleared Engineering, Technology Logistics Support.


**General Requirements:**


**Chief Proposals Officer (CPO) – Subject Matter EXPERTS ONLY - Remote Position - US Citizens Only**


We are Seeking the VERY BEST Chief Proposals Officer with the following experience:


We are seeking an intelligent/hardworking highly skilled Team Member that can coordinate with our current Staff, our Teaming Partners, Clientele Suppliers to develop Compliant Winning Proposals. In addition, the Candidate will:


1. Coordinate with the Chief Procurement Officer (CPO) Chief Business Development Officer (CBDO) to schedule Proposal requirements.
2. Coordinate with the CBDO to make sure that the Master Solicitation Spreadsheet is up to date and that all Supplier and Teaming Partners have been notified for pricing and the required Proposal Matrix information.
3. Complete “Winning Compliant” Proposals on time, while Supervising a Team of (3) other Proposal Writers.
4. Communicate with Contracting Officers for Updates, Amendments, Wins Losses.
5. Coordinate with the Chief Customer Service Officer, the Chief Business Development Officer Chief Supplier Diversity Officer to make sure that all Solicitation information has been uploaded into the Client’s, Teaming Partner Supplier’s Password Protected Plan Room.
6. Coordinate with Chief Web Developer for updates to the Online Plan Room.
7. Manage train all new Proposals Team Members.
8. Join Associations attend Conferences/Expos as needed.
9. Enter Proposal’s Contact, Client, Supplier or Subcontractor information as required into the CRM.
10. Assist the Team with researching information and other media for Newsletters, the Blog and the Business, Marketing Financial Plans.
11. Provide Schedules Weekly Reports.
12. Maintain a Budget for Monthly/Annual Proposal’s Development costs.
13. Attend Weekly Online Video Conferencing Owner Meetings.


**Other Requirements:**


Although there are no formal educational requirements to become our Chief Proposlas Officer, you must have a Bachelor’s degree + a minimum of (5) Years experience in the field and knowledge in the following is a requirement:


• Grant Business Proposal Writing
• Formal Shipley Training or similar is a Plus
• Management Experience in both a US International Setting - many of our other Proposal Writers are from India the Phillipines.
• Must have excellent grammar and be able to sell the Contracting Officers. Must be strict on Compliance and should have some Sales background.


US Citizens Only. All Candidates must have a clean criminal record and undergo a background check. Some positions require a US Department of Defense/Department of State Security Clearance.



See full job description

Job Description


Pathway, Inc is seeking a Chief Executive Officer to lead the agency in its mission to alleviate the causes and conditions of poverty in Lucas County, Ohio. Pathway is the designated Community Action Agency in the county and is part of a network of over 1,000 local, private nonprofit agencies nationwide.


The Chief Executive Officer is responsible for ensuring the development, oversight, and application of the organization’s mission, policies, goals, and objectives in the areas of finance, personnel, programs, services, community relations, and facilities while ensuring compliance with applicable local, state, and federal standards. This position works under administrative and functional supervision of the Board of Trustees, who provide general oversight and instruction. Pathway, Inc.’s funds are comprised of local, state, federal, and private funds.


The ideal candidate will have familiarity with Toledo and Lucas County, as well as a history within the Community Action Network or other established nonprofit organization. Candidates must have a strong desire to advocate and fight for low-income persons, and foster strong relationships with stakeholders, partners, funders, state departments, and elected officials.


Minimum Requirements:



  • Master’s degree in social services or related field; Ph.D. is preferred.

  • Minimum of seven (7) years of relevant management experience within a publicly funded agency, or related field with progressive levels of responsibility.

  • Minimum of three (3) years’ experience supervising a major department, division, agency, or equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.

  • Knowledge of nonprofit operations, policies, procedures, funding sources, state and federal regulations, and employee development methods.

  • Highly skilled in communications and public relations with the ability to maintain and develop strong relationships throughout the community and network.


Interested candidates should submit their resume and qualifications no later than August 31, 2020 to jobs@oacaa.org.



See full job description

Job Description


 JOB ANNOUNCEMENT


Chief Executive Officer


Neighborhood Housing Services of the Inland Empire is seeking a strategic and visionary Chief Executive Officer with superior relationship-building skills and an entrepreneurial spirit to further NHSIE’s work to promote homeownership and other affordable housing opportunities in the Inland Empire.


 Since 1981, Neighborhood Housing Services of the Inland Empire (NHSIE) has been helping underserved communities and first-time homebuyers to understand, mitigate and overcome barriers to financial stability and homeownership. NHSIE’s staff and Board recognize that homeownership is the primary avenue for families to build long-term stability and wealth. By helping historically marginalized and underserved families to become first-time homeowners through our classes, coaching, lending, realty and community revitalization programs, we are helping to close the wealth gap.


As a proud affiliate of NeighborWorks® America, NHSIE is an established leader in the housing industry at the local and national levels. NHSIE is poised for strategic growth that maximizes revenue, impact and long-term sustainability. We are seeking a new leader with the following qualities to guide the organization through this evolution:


•          Committed to and enthusiastic about NHSIE’s mission


•          Knowledgeable about community redevelopment, affordable housing, lending, realty and service delivery


•          Deeply motivated to promote equity and inclusion


•          Inspirational in engaging others in support of an important cause


•          Politically savvy in influencing policies and funding decisions in support of a cause


•          Innovative, strategic and entrepreneurial in organizational planning and programming


•          Accomplished in generating revenue through earned income and fundraising for nonprofits


•          Financially skilled in analyzing budgets, projections and reports to promote sustainable growth


•          Thoughtful, thorough and resilient in handling human resources issues and promoting accountability


Reporting directly to NHSIE’s Board of Directors, the new CEO will lead the growth, progress and vision of NHSIE to effect positive and lasting change in the community. The CEO will set and advance the vision of the organization, mobilize the Board of Directors, inspire and lead the staff team, manage a $1M-$2M annual operating budget, monitor and strengthen the organization’s financial health, engage in extensive community outreach and advocacy, effectively steward donors and community partners, and significantly advance fundraising and other revenue-generating strategies for NHSIE.


Minimum position requirements include a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration, Business Administration or closely related field and 7-10 years of nonprofit management experience, including at least 3-5 years in a senior management capacity. The CEO must be knowledgeable about policies, issues and best practices regarding community redevelopment and affordable housing at the local, state and national levels. The CEO must also possess broad knowledge and experience in running and growing a nonprofit organization, including strategic development and planning, Board development and collaboration, budgeting and financial review, human resources, staff supervision, revenue generation through earned income, fundraising, grant writing and reporting, data analysis and application, and grants and contract management. The CEO must have competent technology skills, including experience with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, etc).


The CEO position is full-time, exempt and salaried. The annual salary range is $90,000-$110,000 with a competitive benefits package and the opportunity for performance-based bonuses. NHSIE is an equal opportunity employer.


A cover letter and resume may be submitted in confidence to jobs@nhsie.org. Please indicate CEO in the subject line.The full job description is attached below.




JOB DESCRIPTION


Chief Executive Officer


 NHSIE is seeking a strategic and visionary Chief Executive Officer with superior relationship-building skills and an entrepreneurial spirit to further NHSIE’s work to promote homeownership and other affordable housing opportunities in the Inland Empire.


About NHSIE:


 Neighborhood Housing Services of the Inland Empire (NHSIE) is a nonprofit organization based on San Bernardino, California. NHSIE’s mission is to create homeownership opportunities, bridge the housing affordability gap and build sustainable communities of choice one person, one home and one neighborhood at a time. NHSIE particularly focuses on promoting first-time homeownership within underserved communities in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties. Our programs include financial workshops, HUD-certified homebuyer education classes, one-on-one financial and homeownership counseling, homeownership lending, affordable housing development and rehabilitation, real estate services, homeownership preservation and other community initiatives. NHSIE is an affiliate of NeighborWorks® America, which was established by Congress in 1978 to increase community-based housing organizations' capacity, and UnidosUS, a civil rights and advocacy organization that works to improve opportunities for Latinos/Hispanics. NHSIE also is a U.S. Department of Treasury-certified Community Development Finance Institution (CDFI) and a HUD-approved secondary lender.


Position Summary:


 NHSIE’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) will lead the growth, progress and vision of this important non- profit organization to effect positive and lasting change in the community. The CEO will be responsible for the organization’s consistent achievement of NHSIE’s mission, financial objectives and strategic plan goals. The CEO will set and advance the vision of the organization, mobilize the Board of Directors, inspire and lead the staff team, manage a $1M-$2M annual operating budget, monitor and strengthen the organization’s financial health, engage in extensive community outreach and advocacy, effectively steward donors and community partners, and significantly advance fundraising and other revenue generating strategies for NHSIE. The CEO will report directly to NHSIE’s Board of Directors.


Essential Job Functions:


 Leadership and Partnerships


•         Ensure that the organization has a long-range strategy that achieves our mission and toward which the organization makes consistent            and timely progress;


•         Communicate NHSIE’s mission, vision and strategic goals and inspire Board members, staff, donors and volunteers to implement this            vision;


•         Identify gaps in the community and explore opportunities for NHSIE to address those gaps in furtherance of NHSIE’s mission;


•         Provide leadership in developing program, organizational and financial plans with the Board of Directors and staff, and carry out plans            and policies authorized by the Board;


•         Seek out and develop strategic partnerships that will bring program innovations, funding and other resources to NHSIE, including                     building upon relationships with other housing and community development organizations;


•         Maintain a strong, positive working relationship with NeighborWorks America and serve as the primary point of contact between                       NHSIE  and NeighborWorks America on organizational and programmatic operations and national initiatives;


•         Co-lead the Inland So Cal Housing Collective – a group of local housing developers, residents, advocates and funders whose charge               is to build a voice that supports affordable housing expansion in the region;


•         Participate in and/or produce conferences, meetings and community events to further NHSIE’s goals and increase awareness and                  visibility of the organization;


•         Play a significant role in shaping public policy at the city, county, state and national levels which furthers affordable housing and                      community development; and


•         Showcase NHSIE’s best practices and achievements and promote public awareness of NHSIE through strong marketing,                                communications and media relations.


Operations and Management


•         Facilitate cross-departmental collaboration and strong internal communications with staff throughout the organization;


•         Create a positive, culturally competent work environment that supports best practices and promotes efficiencies across all areas of                   NHSIE’s programming and operations;


•         Maintain a positive and strong organizational culture that ensures accountability and helps attract and retain talented, productive and               caring staff;


•         Direct and supervise the Director of Homeownership and Neighborhood Strategies and Director of Real Estate Development and                     Lending as well as six other program, operations and finance staff;


•         Direct and manage the creation of annual performance goals for each department and the preparation of monthly and year-end                       performance dashboard reports;


•         Ensure that performance evaluations are conducted and that employee compensation is competitive in the region and field;


•         Review and approve any new projects and modifications to existing programming;


•         Review, negotiate and execute major contracts (like for acquisition/rehabilitation/resale projects) to provide resources to achieve our               mission while protecting the organization and our assets;


•         Ensure compliance with local, state and national rules and regulations and funder requirements across all programming;


•         Ensure that reporting requirements are met and that licenses and certifications which are necessary to continue program delivery are               kept up to date;


•         Provide high-level program oversight of construction projects; and


•         Set and refine organizational policies.


Fundraising and Revenue Generation


•         Develop a long-range, sustainable and diverse marketing and funding plan to ensure the implementation and success of NHSIE’s                     strategic goals;


•         Effectively identify, cultivate and steward major donors and funders to NHSIE;


•         Oversee and provide high-level support for annual fundraising efforts for NHSIE including developing funding proposals, preparing                   and  reviewing grant applications, and supporting other fundraising activities such as the annual Partner Appreciation Brunch;


•         Actively identify and pursue new revenue sources through government, corporate, foundation and private donors and earned income               strategies;


•         Monitor contract compliance and grant objectives and maintain reporting to funders; and


•         Expand the base of NHSIE’s supporters and steadily grow NHSIE’s fundraising revenue.


Budgeting and Fiscal Oversight


•         Oversee the creation of the annual agency budgets and ensure that operating revenue and expenses meet budget targets;


•         Develop and implement a plan to ensure long-term financial sustainability of the organization and our assets;


•         Develop and implement strategies for financial growth, particularly through earned income from lending, realty and/or other mission-                centered activities;


•         Review monthly financial reports and annual audits and develop strategies to further improve operations; and


•         Build strong relationships with banks and other lenders/investors to expand future partnership opportunities.


Board Relations


•         Develop and cultivate an active, energized and high functioning Board of Directors;


•         Recruit, orient and support diverse Board members;


•         Cultivate a strong and transparent working relationship with the Board;


•         Staff and support Board committees;


•         See that the Board members are kept fully informed on the condition of the organization and all important factors impacting the                          organization so that they can establish relevant and effective policies and reach sound decisions;


•         Facilitate the Board’s involvement in the formation of NHSIE’s policies and programs and ensure implementation of and compliance                 with Board-approved policies;


•         Coordinate strategic planning and the annual budgeting process in collaboration with the Board and associated committees; and


•         In concert with the Board Chair, plan and prepare for monthly Board meetings and annual retreats.


Qualifications and Skills:


•         A minimum of 7-10 years of nonprofit management experience, including at least 3-5 years in senior management capacity.


•         Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration, Business Administration or closely related field. Master’s Degree preferred.


•         Passion for NHSIE’s mission and goals.


•         Experience in community redevelopment, lending and/or realty in the affordable housing sector is strongly preferred. Broker’s license              is a plus.


•         Knowledge of local, state and national policies, issues and best practices regarding community redevelopment, affordable housing                   and service delivery.


•         Demonstrated commitment to advancing equity and inclusion at all levels.


•         Strategic thinker with an entrepreneurial spirit, capable of moving a small organization to new levels.


•         Strong verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills, strong facilitation skills and strong conflict resolution skills.


•         Excellent diplomatic skills and documented success in developing positive working relationships with a wide variety of stakeholders,                 including political and community leaders, policy-makers and funders.


•         Ability to leverage technology and analyze data to make sound business decisions.


•         Knowledge of funding opportunities in the affordable housing sector, including connections to funder communities and an                                understanding of CDBG, HOME and other funding sources.


•         Strong political acumen and negotiation skills, including ability to determine when and how to engage partners and stakeholders.


•         Creative problem solver, open to change, flexible and capable of adapting to changing priorities.


•         Comfort in managing various tasks simultaneously, ranging from the strategic to the administrative, with proven ability to synthesize,                 prioritize and act.


•         Demonstrated experience cultivating and working with a high functioning Board.


•         Ability to lead and manage others, including experience in directing the development of performance-based evaluation activities.


•         Commitment to building positive work culture and promoting colleagues’ growth and development.


•         Experience in fiscal oversight, including budgeting and analysis of financial reports.


•         Strong attention to detail, excellent organizational skills and an ability to work well under pressure.


•         High ethical standards and values.


•         Competent technology skills, including experience with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, etc).


•         Pass a criminal background check.


The annual salary range for the CEO position is $90,000-$110,000 with the opportunity for performance-based bonuses. NHSIE’s benefits package includes health insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, 403B, vacation/sick, paid holidays and training opportunities. The CEO is a full-time, exempt, salaried position.


This position may require some weekend and evening work as well as occasional travel. Work-related mileage will be reimbursed based on governmental mileage rates.


A cover letter and resume may be submitted in confidence to jobs@nhsie.org. Please indicate CEO in the subject line.


 


                                                                    NHSIE is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


 


Company Description

NHSIE builds wealth and promotes opportunities for increased civic engagement in local communities through the expansion of homeownership. We provide resources to families throughout San Bernardino and Riverside counties that help them obtain and maintain housing they can afford in communities they choose through the delivery of services within our main programs: Homebuyer Education, Financial Literacy, Real Estate Development, Home Preservation, Lending and Neighborhood Initiatives.


See full job description

Job Description


 


PNP is excited to partner with a faith-based pro-life nonprofit that provides shelter and comprehensive support to young mothers, as well as to women who are homeless, sick, and elderly.


The Chief Executive Officer has a deep passion for the mission, sets and fulfills strategic vision, oversees all operations and steers the organization through hands-on executive leadership.


 


Duties and Responsibilities


Lead the organization and work in concert with the Board to build organizational and financial legacy:



  • Work with the Executive Committee and the Board and staff to fulfill the mission, develop a clear vision, strategic plan and short- and long-term goals, translating them into action

  • Assess the current and future donor opportunities including grants

  • Grow current and develop new public and private funders and donors

  • Identify new mutually beneficial partnerships

  • Seek opportunity for non-faith-based funding

  • Seek new grant streams

  • Evaluate the current staffing and financial models and explore new models including more competitive employment packages to attract new long- term employees

  • Plan for board development and succession


Balance passion for the mission with the responsibility to effectively run a business


Oversee and support the staff in enhancing and improving operations and programs


People, Culture and Programs:



  • Cultivate a personal connection to staff and inspire them in their daily work, setting the tone for a culture that reflects faith-based values and celebrates saving babies’ lives

  • Develop a dedicated leadership team who are empowered to make decisions

  • Work to retain, recruit and develop a team who are skilled and devoted to the mission

  • Cultivate a culture of openness and fairness that supports staff and encourages teamwork

  • Evaluate organizational structure and improve coordination and consistency across sites

  • Continue to implement and build off the current goals and existing plans, focusing on staffing, professional development, performance management and quality assurance and consistency

  • Encourage high professional standards with a focus on program innovation, excellence and accountability

  • Review, and improve as necessary, internal policies, procedures and programs

  • Develop processes to improve partnerships with families and support them and their children in the future

  • Strengthen strategic partnerships to improve and expand services offered to women and children while maintaining the focus of the mission

  • Ensure compliance with all regulatory requirements

  • Ensure that operation is at capacity

  • Continue to operate and enhance all services to Special Families

  • Establish long-term financial sustainability by building on current donor models while developing and securing new and ongoing revenue streams

  • Bring the fundraising model into the technological age

  • Implement systems to provide timely and accurate data, analysis and other information to better make decisions and leverage data for fundraising

  • Ensure that the organization is maximizing the benefits of its size and scale

  • Enhance and build new partnerships that align with and complement the mission


Serve as the face of the organization and as its ambassador:



  • Speak eloquently, persuasively and credibly about the organization and the mission in a range of settings

  • Enhance the organization’s visibility and the recognition of its expertise in both sheltering and educating young mothers and their families

  • Negotiate effectively whenever required

  • Serve as a thought leader in shaping public opinion

  • Advocate effectively for support with both a faith-based and non-faith based approach with foundations, friends and neighbors and community leaders and officials

  • Work actively to forge trusting collaborations and partnerships with key stakeholder groups that are aligned with the mission

  • Attend all public events


Work effectively in partnership with the Board of Directors, maintaining regular and open communication:



  • Promote and maintain transparency through candid conversation

  • Enable the Board to make informed decisions: communicate effectively about organizational performance as well as environmental factors that impact work and opportunities

  • Help to expand and continue to develop a strong Board, exploring composition and governance

  • Leverage Board members’ talents and encourage their engagement

  • As needed encourage outside guidance for board development and change


 


Qualifications:



  • Bachelor’s Degree required. MS in Organizational Leadership with a focus on Non- Profit, MPA or other appropriate advanced degree a plus

  • Minimum of two years’ experience as an Executive Leader, ideally in the non-profit world or significant experiences leading to qualification

  • Collaborative team builder who can work with and motivate all types of people in the following categories: constituents, donors, board members, colleagues

  • Proven leadership with a style fitting an organization of this nature: Servant Leader or Level 5 Leader

  • Experienced fund raiser with proven outcomes

  • Knowledge of Grant Writing

  • Strategic, big picture thinker with ability to implement tactically and efficiently

  • Decisive Decision Maker

  • Natural Speaker and Story Teller

  • Skilled in conflict management, composure, judgment, and problem solving

  • Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information with the highest level of professionalism

  • Financial Acumen

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and listening skills

  • Technologically Savvy

  • Physical and Emotional Stamina to support the staff


Please send a resume and cover letter to Wade Savitt, Executive Recruiter with PNP Staffing Group. wsavitt@pnpstaffinggroup.com


 


Company Description

PNP's goal is simple – to recruit the best talent to help nonprofits around the country do great things and advance their missions. We are driven, highly creative in our approach, resourceful in sourcing the marketplace for top talent, and diligent about providing the very best services to our clients who inspire us to do this work.


See full job description

Job Description


Columbia River Mental Health Services provides comprehensive behavioral health and recovery services that transform the lives of children, adults and families in the communities of SW Washington. We are the largest and oldest not-for-profit provider of mental/chemical dependency treatment in southwest Washington with 200 employees and an agency history dating back to 1942.


We are seeking a Chief Executive Officer. The CEO is responsible to the Board of Trustees for all activities of the organization including all administrative matters, strategic planning, policy development, contract negotiations, labor management,  fund development, community relations, meeting all applicable rules, policies, and ethical standards. Supervises Executive Leadership Team consisting of Chief Financial Officer, Chief Clinical Officer, Chief Human Resources Officer, Chief SUD Officer, Chief Administrative Officer and Chief Policy & Compliance Officer.


Essential Job Responsibilities:



  • Provide program planning and oversight for all agency clinical services and administrative matters including those outlined in WAC 246-341-0410 and 0420.

  • Provide program planning and oversight for all fiscal operations including finance and contract management.

  • Communicate and administer all policies established by the Board of Trustees, including those outlined in WAC 246-341-0410 and 0420.

  • Provide agency leadership in accordance with all duties outlined in CRMHS Bylaws.

  • Ensure that personnel records document that Washington state patrol background checks consistent with RCW 43.43.830 through 43.43.834 have been completed for each employee in contact with individuals receiving services.

  • Ensure the agency develops and maintains a written internal quality management plan/process.

  • Provide planning and oversight for all property management.

  • Ensure compliance with all Federal, State, and grant funded contract regulations and stipulations.

  • Responsible for the development and communication of the organization’s objectives and goals.

  • Provide information to Board of Trustees, alerting the Board to significant issues and agency strengths and needs.

  • Provide planning and oversight for Human Resources and Labor Relations.

  • Handle staff grievances per policies and labor contract.

  • Determine services to be provided based on community need.

  • Represent the agency to the public at large.

  • Establish, build and maintain strong stakeholder and community partner relationships.

  • Represent agency and community concerns to the state legislature.


Non-essential Job Functions:



  • Reviewing budgets and contracts.

  • Support agency mission, goals, and objectives.


Education, Licensing and Experience:



  • Bachelor’s degree specializing in healthcare, business administration or social work preferred or work experience.

  • Requires strong management and administrative skills along with a solid understanding of finance and operations. Must have ability to apply strategy, effective planning methods and entrepreneurship in the development of the organization.

  • Ability to maintain high degree of confidential and time sensitive material.

  • Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills


EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY


Company Description

Columbia River Mental Health Services provides comprehensive behavioral health and recovery services that transform the lives of children, adults and families in the communities of SW Washington. We are the largest and oldest not-for-profit provider of mental/chemical dependency treatment in southwest Washington with 200 employees and an agency history dating back to 1942.


See full job description

Job Description


ACADIAN KITCHENS LLC is seeking a highly experienced Chief Executive Officer to lead the private equity backed Cajun and Creole food company’s aggressive growth plan.


Based in Broussard, Louisiana (suburb of Lafayette) Acadian Kitchens LLC is the holding company formed in 2017 to acquire Southern Seasonings, LLC. Southern Seasonings is a leading producer of high quality authentic Cajun and Creole food products including seasonings, roux, sauces, meal mixes, dry soup fixings, bean mixes, relish and fish fry. The company’s products are marketed on a multi-regional basis under its brands Acadian Kitchens, Ragin’ Cajun, Cajun’s Choice, Bootsie’s and Southern Seasonings as well as on a private label basis to retail grocery, institutional and foodservice customers.


Southern Seasonings Founder and CEO, Tom Riggs, along with the existing team continued with and are co-owners of the new holding company. Mr. Riggs is entering the final year of his post-sale commitment and so the process of recruiting his successor is now underway. The new Chief Executive Officer will join the company as an equity owner with the mandate to learn the business and its customer base, help build the company's profitability and value over the long-term and position the company for an eventual exit over a five year period.


The Role:


The new Chief Executive Officer will provide leadership and deep experience in growing food/consumer packaged goods companies in a hands-on, entrepreneurial and collaborative environment. Working with the Vice President of Sales & Marketing, the Director of Operations and the Controller as well as the active and experienced investor/directors, the CEO will implement existing near-term growth plans while developing and leading the long-term plan for significantly building revenue and equity value. The company has strong long-term relationships with its customers which include specialty foods distributors, grocery distributors and grocery retailers and has products in over 5,000 supermarkets nationwide including Kroger, Safeway and Food Lion.


The company is profitable, well capitalized, has sophisticated systems, an excellent facility, an experienced, flexible and dedicated work force, experienced management team and highly knowledgeable and supportive investor/directors. The company has a highly collaborative culture, diverse work force and an entrepreneurial team-oriented spirit.


Qualifications and skills:


· Prior proven success in leading a retail food products company as CEO, President or Chief Operating Officer


- Successful sales and marketing experience in the national specialty foods market including grocery and club


· Customer facing leadership skills with significant new product and channel success


· Entrepreneurial, hands-on, collaborative and committed to the success of the team


· Proven skills in developing and implementing an aggressive growth plan


· A seeker of opportunity with a willingness to live and travel from Lafayette, Louisiana


· Strategic minded with the education and intelligence to lead a strong team


· Unquestioned integrity and total commitment to quality in all things


Compensation:


· Competitive salary and benefits plus bonus based on achievement of annual budget


· Immediate equity opportunity


Company Description

Based in Broussard, Louisiana (suburb of Lafayette) Acadian Kitchens LLC is the private equity backed holding company formed in 2017 to acquire Southern Seasonings, LLC. Southern Seasonings is a leading producer of high quality authentic Cajun and Creole food products including seasonings, roux, sauces, meal mixes, dry soup fixings, bean mixes, relish and fish fry. The company’s products are marketed on a multi-regional basis under its brands Acadian Kitchens, Ragin’ Cajun, Cajun’s Choice, Bootsie’s and Southern Seasonings as well as on a private label basis to retail grocery, institutional and foodservice customers.


See full job description

Job Description

General KINSTON COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER, INC. (KCHC) CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER KCHC is a Patient Center Medical Home; mid-size primary care, multi-specialty, Federally Qualified Community Health Center. The KCHC Board of Directors is seeking to fill the CEO position. The CEO provides direction and support to the overall success of KCHC, leading the healthcare organization to meet federal, state and local regulations. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s degree in health, public, or healthcare preferred. BA/BS degree in nursing or other appropriate health field is acceptable. Experience of 5-8 years of leadership in healthcare administration. Experience in management or equivalent combination of education and experience is required. Satisfactory professional references. PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR RESUME VIA EMAIL TO: Wanda Flow, HR Director wanda.flow@kinstonchc.org


See full job description

Job Description


 JustinBradley’s client, a Washington, D.C. based organization, is looking to add an Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer to their team. The organization is the voice for the nation's radio and television broadcasters. As the premier trade association for broadcasters, they focus on delivering value to their members through advocacy, education, and innovation.


The Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer will be responsible for the efficient and accurate operations of the finance and accounting functions of the association and its subsidiaries.


What’s Attractive to the Right CFO Candidate?



  • You will be joining a well-established organization with a strong reputation.

  • You will manage a broad portfolio of responsibility and be critical to the organization’s continued success.

  • You will join a committed, high-performing group of colleagues who are well-regarded by their peers.

  • The CFO is seen as a welcomed partner and has collaborative relationships with department leaders.

  • You will have a valued seat at the table to help shape the organization’s future and to support the strategic vision.


Highlighted Responsibilities:



  • Ensure the fiscal health, foster revenue generation, and ensure efficient asset management of the organization and its subsidiaries.

  • Oversee Controller and other financial staff.

  • Serve as the primary point of contact for the Audit and Investment Committees.

  • Work closely with COO to establish annual budget that reflects the organization’s mission and fiscal realities.

  • Ensure adequate and appropriate financials controls; provide senior management with financial management reports and accurate forecasts/budgets; ensure that the organization and its subsidiaries follow all accounting and other regulations.

  • Serve as a strategic financial advisor to the CEO, COO, leadership team, and Board, providing analytical financials and business judgment necessary to evaluate key decisions and initiatives such as M&A and capital investments.


A well-qualified candidate will possess the following:



  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, or related field.

  • CPA required.


Competencies:




  • Interpersonal Relationships/Interactions -Demonstrates a genuine interest and sensitivity in the thoughts, opinions, values and needs of co- workers and customers and views differences in these areas as both inevitable and acceptable.


  • Internal / External Relations- Work with the Senior Leadership Team and interface with all staff. Work with the Board of Directors, Executive Committee, outside bankers, outside auditors, outside vendors and outside consultants.


  • Communication- Communicates effectively and appropriately. Uses good judgment as to what to communicate to whom and to when as well as the best way to get that accomplished (written, verbal).


  • Customer Focus- Personally demonstrates that both external or internal customers are a high priority.


  • Leadership- Articulates a vision that others choose to follow. Models behaviors expected of others and inspires others to undertake challenging tasks and projects.


  • Developing Others- Empowers others in an intentional manner that accepts the risk of mistakes while focusing on the benefits.


  • Cost Consciousness- Creates and/or adheres to realistic budgets in a manner that helps achieve the organization's objectives.


  • Problem Solving- Takes a proactive approach to anticipating and preventing problems. Uses logic and methods to solve difficult problems resulting in effective solutions.


  • Quality- Has established a track record of producing work that is highly accurate, demonstrates attention to detail and reflects well on the organization.


  • Ethics -Treats people with respect; keeps commitments; inspires the trust of others; works with integrity and ethically; upholds organizational values.


JustinBradley is an EO employer – Veterans/Disabled and other protected categories


 


Company Description

Since 2002, JustinBradley has been a nationally-recognized leader in recruiting accounting, finance, IT and Business Professional talent for companies nationwide. We serve as a trusted advisor, partnering with our clients and job seekers to build relationships that last throughout careers. JustinBradley has been recognized for 10 consecutive year with the Best of Staffing Client Satisfaction Award, presented to fewer than 2% of staffing agencies in North America.

JustinBradley is an EO employer - Veterans/Disabled and other protected categories.


See full job description

Job Description


Chief Compliance Officer


Location: Orlando, FL
Rate of Pay:$
Hours: 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM Monday to Friday - 40-hour workweek
Length: Long Term Contract


Our Client is searching for a motivated and experienced Chief Compliance Officer, to ensure that they are in compliance with the following: 



  • 504

  • Americans with DisabilityAct

  • The Fair Housing Act

  • Architectural Barriers Act

  • Reasonable Accommodations

  • Section 3


The ideal candidate will be professional, highly-analytical, and possess excellent written and verbal communication skills. The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in combination with three years’ experience and knowledge of reasonable accommodations and disability-related laws with three years’ experience with preference given to experience in subsidized housing.


You must have a valid driver's license for this position. 


We are a No Fee staffing agency Drug-Free Workplace / EEOC All applicants are subject to a background search and skill testing where applicable. Most positions are not accessible via Public Transportation


 


Company Description

We are a full service recruitment firm representing only the best, financially stable clients in the Central Florida area. Our clients hire us because we seek out only the most qualified candidates that are seeking careers with solid compensation, and growth opportunities. We are no fee placement service.
We are EEOC and all candidates are subject to pre-employment Drug and background screening.


See full job description

Job Description


Job Description – Chief Executive Officer


Reports To: Habitat for Humanity-Golden Empire Board President


Location: Bakersfield, California


Employment Classification: Exempt


Travel Requirements: Approximately 10-15 travel days per year


Purpose of Position:


The Executive Director, in accordance with the objectives, policies and directives set forth by the affiliate Board of Directors, provides overall executive leadership for the Golden Empire affiliate of Habitat for Humanity, serving Kern County, California. Must be willing to be supportive of the mission of Habitat as a Christian organization, yet welcoming of people of all religious beliefs. Responsibilities include supervision and mentoring of paid staff, maintaining and enhancing the infrastructure of the affiliate, serving as the primary communication link among directors, officers, committees and volunteers, networking with community services, serving as the public face and corporate spokesperson and providing the necessary follow-up to ensure that the whole organization runs smoothly and effectively while carrying out the goals and objectives of our mission.


Minimum Essential Qualifications:



  • Bachelor’s degree or higher with focus on Social Services, Business Administration or Political Science is preferred, (equivalent experience may be considered).

  • 5 or more years of previous experience in non-profit administration, including fundraising and grant procurement.

  • 5 or more years of managerial experience. Familiarity with housing construction and mortgage regulations is preferred.

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills are required with advanced Microsoft Office Suite skills.

  • Applicant must be a self-starter who has the ability to interact well with partner families, board and committee members, and the community at large.

  • Ability to comply with flexible work hours to include attending meetings and events on weekday evenings and Saturdays.

  • Valid California Class C Driver license with a good driving record.

  • The ability to manage the annual budget and be responsible for the fiscal reporting and health of the organization.


Minimum Skills Requirement:



  • Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to work under pressure, be friendly / courteous and helpful, and to interact positively with people in business, religious, political and low-income communities.

  • Proven public speaking and public relations skills including the desire and ability to manage media. This role will act as the public relations face of the organization and will frequently appear on news and social media.

  • Knowledge in budget preparation / financial operations.

  • Knowledge of standard office practices.


Essential Job Duties and Responsibility:


Administration and Management (approximately 50% of time)



  • Oversee implementation of affiliate policies and procedures for the affiliate, outlying community extensions and ReStore. Responsible for public accountability of the organization and implementation of policies adopted by the Board of Directors.

  • Serve as the communication link between the Board, the Executive Committee and other ad-hoc committees.

  • Supervise and assess performance of all staff. (Affiliate, Construction and ReStore) Performs screening, hiring and termination of staff. Preforms annual review of staff members.

  • Maintain a close working relationship with the Construction Supervisors, including working knowledge of site progress to ensure that houses are built within time and budgetary parameters.

  • Provide oversight to Habitat ReStore by coordinating with the ReStore Director to see that the policies, procedures, goals and mission of the ReStore are effectively carried out.

  • Authorize expenditures within the guidelines set by the Board of Directors in the annual budget.

  • Consult with Treasurer and Finance Administrator (Bookkeeper)/Office Manager and manages payment of bills and other financial reports as needed for Board Meetings, grants and funding sources.

  • Assist in preparation of agenda, with Board President, for Executive Committee meetings.

  • Prepare monthly Executive Director’s report for Board of Directors Meeting.

  • Serve as liaison between Habitat for Humanity International/Habitat for Humanity-Regional Office and local affiliate – Golden Empire.

  • Assist the Board with long-term planning through the creation and implementation of a Strategic Plan.

  • Assist Board/nominating committee in recruiting new Board and Committee members. Conduct on-boarding training for new Board members.

  • Attend and provide assistance for various Board Committees including Executive, Finance, and Family Selection/Partnership

  • Plan and implement homeowner information meetings and training sessions.

  • Prepare affiliate reports as required by Habitat for Humanity – International.

  • Oversee origination of mortgages for partner families – both “zero-equivalent” mortgages through third-party lenders, and mortgages originated in-house. Become thoroughly familiar with mortgage regulations and Habitat policies. Oversee third-party servicing of in-house mortgages and address delinquencies, up to and including foreclosure when needed.


Resource Development (Approximately 25%)



  • Oversee the creation and implementation of the Annual Fund Development Plan.

  • Ensure the organization is identifying and applying for funding and grant opportunities.

  • Provide leadership for solicitation of major gifts, including identifying and meeting with major corporate and individual donors.

  • Cultivate in-kind materials and land donations whenever possible and report all real and potential donations to appropriate committee chairperson.

  • Preparation and/or overseeing Grant proposals for HfH-Golden Empire.

  • Implement fundraising programs such as special events and direct mail with appropriate Board Committee.

  • Work with the Treasurer and Finance Committee to develop an operating budget.

  • Oversee, with assistance from the board treasurer, preparation of the annual audit.


Public Relations (Approximately 25%)



  • Serve as primary spokesperson for the organization.

  • Develop media releases as required.

  • Expand Habitat for Humanity Golden Empire’s visibility and partnerships in the community, including outreach to local religious, business, civic and volunteer organizations.

  • Assist in preparation and publication of quarterly newsletter.

  • Keep website and other social media sites updated.

  • Develop relationships with local media outlets.

  • Participate with other Habitat affiliates in state legislative advocacy efforts.

  • Oversee ongoing volunteer coordination and recognition.


Essential Physical Requirements:


Body Position and Movement / Object Manipulation



  • Sit to operate the computer, write, use a telephone, and participate in meetings, etc.

  • Use the computer for data entry – press keys.

  • Operate a telephone for communication purposes – reach, lift with hand, and press keys.

  • Use pens and pencils to record data – grasp by thumb and finger.

  • Use keys to unlock office and file cabinets – grasp by thumb and finger, and twist with wrist/hand.

  • Talk on telephone while writing information/taking notes or operating a computer.


Environmental Demands



  • Work under general office noise with telephones ringing, people talking, printers operating, copiers/other office equipment running.

  • Work indoors and outdoors on occasion to perform office and onsite related responsibilities.

  • Driving automotive equipment.

  • Working around unprotected heights.

  • Exposure to moving machinery.

  • Exposure to dust, fumes, smoke, gases, or other irritating articles.

  • Exposure to excessive noises.

  • Exposure to slippery or uneven walking surfaces.

  • Working outdoors.


Legal Disclaimer:


This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee incumbent in this position. Employee will be required to follow any other job-related instructions and to perform any other job-related duties requested by any person authorized to give instructions or assignments. All duties and responsibilities are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities. To perform this job successfully, the incumbents will possess the knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform each duty proficiently. Some requirements may exclude individuals who pose a direct threat or significant risk to the health or safety of themselves or others. The requirements listed in this document are the minimum levels of knowledge, skills, or abilities. This document does not create an employment contract, implied or otherwise, other than an “at will” employment relationship.


Habitat for Humanity – Golden Empire is an equal opportunity employer.


Interested candidates should send a one page biography, cover letter and resume to hr@habitatbakersfield.org



See full job description

Job Description


 


**About Our Company:**


Confidential until we contact you, but the Perfect Candidiate will be joining a Post Start-Up of (3) Companies (1) Charity with a great Team of EXPERTS in their field of Government, Defense Aid Industries. They are Pioneers in providing Security-Cleared Engineering, Technology Logistics Support.


**General Requirements:**


**Chief Proposals Officer (CPO) – Subject Matter EXPERTS ONLY - Remote Position - US Citizens Only**


We are Seeking the VERY BEST Chief Proposals Officer with the following experience:


We are seeking an intelligent/hardworking highly skilled Team Member that can coordinate with our current Staff, our Teaming Partners, Clientele Suppliers to develop Compliant Winning Proposals. In addition, the Candidate will: 


1.    Coordinate with the Chief Procurement Officer (CPO) Chief Business Development Officer (CBDO) to schedule Proposal requirements.
2.    Coordinate with the CBDO to make sure that the Master Solicitation Spreadsheet is up to date and that all Supplier and Teaming Partners have been notified for pricing and the required Proposal Matrix information. 
3.    Complete “Winning Compliant” Proposals on time, while Supervising a Team of (3) other Proposal Writers.
4.    Communicate with Contracting Officers for Updates, Amendments, Wins Losses.
5.    Coordinate with the Chief Customer Service Officer, the Chief Business Development Officer Chief Supplier Diversity Officer to make sure that all Solicitation information has been uploaded into the Client’s, Teaming Partner Supplier’s Password Protected Plan Room.
6.    Coordinate with Chief Web Developer for updates to the Online Plan Room.
7.    Manage train all new Proposals Team Members.
8.    Join Associations attend Conferences/Expos as needed.
9.    Enter Proposal’s Contact, Client, Supplier or Subcontractor information as required into the CRM.
10.    Assist the Team with researching information and other media for Newsletters, the Blog and the Business, Marketing Financial Plans. 
11.    Provide Schedules Weekly Reports.
12.    Maintain a Budget for Monthly/Annual Proposal’s Development costs.
13.    Attend Weekly Online Video Conferencing Owner Meetings.


**Other Requirements:**


Although there are no formal educational requirements to become our Chief Proposlas Officer, you must have a Bachelor’s degree + a minimum of (5) Years experience in the field and knowledge in the following is a requirement:


•    Grant Business Proposal Writing
•    Formal Shipley Training or similar is a Plus
•    Management Experience in both a US International Setting - many of our other Proposal Writers are from India the Phillipines. 
•    Must have excellent grammar and be able to sell the Contracting Officers. Must be strict on Compliance and should have some Sales background.


US Citizens Only. All Candidates must have a clean criminal record and undergo a background check. Some positions require a US Department of Defense/Department of State Security Clearance.



See full job description

Job Description


CEO FOR CLIMATE CHANGE TECH STARTUP


(For SENIOR professionals: minimum15 years of experience!)


Planet Cents, is a seed-stage, for-profit, global climate change reversal tech startup: www.PlanetCents.us


MUST-HAVES: DO NOT APPLY IF YOU DON’T HAVE:


1. The utmost integrity – non-negotiable!


2. Passion for saving our planet


3. Startup experience, success, passion, and skills


4. Proven success scaling a global company (or large division) from its inception


5. Successful managerial expertise/experience, collaborative, “servant leader” style


6. Financial and operational experience


7. Proven experience/success in the environmental space


8. Climate change knowledge


9. Emotional intelligence


10. Compassion & empathy


11. Acceptance of diversity


Nice to haves:


1. Be/have an investor


2. Experience in the climate change, tech, HR solutions, retail and/or education space


5. Personal development experience & commitment to lifelong learning


6. Concern for the poor and homeless


Initial pay will be equity, (equity/salary once funded.) Interested? Message Leslie Sheridan with “CEO” or “COO” at the top, & a few bullet points, (not paragraphs,) & where you saw this post,) and attach your CV.


 


 


Company Description

Planet Cents, (www.PlanetCents.us,) a world-scale for-profit, planet-saving tech startup will bring together individuals, organizations, & governments to solve our climate crisis much sooner than the UN's 10-year deadline. It is a one-of-a-kind solution to radically reverse our climate crisis's global warming, thereby mitigating and avoiding its threats to life, world security, health, economies, etc. It is intent on making sustainability the norm worldwide.

Think of this like an Amazon on sustainable steroids, as this involves products AND services, education, and volunteering . . . all of which reside on a technology platform. On the volunteering side it will put millions of volunteers into action at environmental non-profits and for-profit bootstrapped startups whose missions and actions are proven to reverse climate change. Since climate change is a major factor of poverty and homelessness, this is a secondary focus.


See full job description

Job Description


Do you have executive leadership experience in the mental health industry? Do you want to be the CEO of an organization that has been providing Promising Futures for Children for over 100 years? If you can answer "yes" to these questions, you should consider this opportunity.


Our client, Crossroad Children & Family Services, located in Fort Wayne, Indiana, was established in 1883 by the German Reformed Church in the US. The organization was originally called The Reformed Orphans Home of Fort Wayne. Crossroad is a not-for-profit treatment provider for emotionally troubled children and their families, dully accredited by the Joint Commission and The Council on Accreditation. Therapy, education, and family support services are provided both to children who live on the Crossroad campus and to those who live in the community. A team comprised of case managers, teachers, therapists, a chaplain, nurses, housekeepers, and cooks work together to build Promising Futures for Children. Due to an upcoming retirement, Crossroad is seeking a CEO.


As the CEO, with a staff of 7 direct reports you will be responsible for the planning and implementation of all facets of the administration and operation of the agency.


Your responsibilities will include:



  • The high quality of care for all clients

  • Program development

  • Personnel administration

  • Financial Management

  • Fund raising

  • Marketing

  • Maintaining the physical plant and property management

  • Serving as the President of the Board of Directors

  • Coordination of relationships with appropriate organizations

  • Programs and operations are in accordance with policies set up by the Board of Directors as well as with all applicable laws, regulations, and other requirements


Your background must include:



  • Master’s degree in Social Work or other relevant discipline or other human service area of study preferred. Master’s degree in finance management or administration considered.

  • Significant supervisory and administration work experience in a child welfare agency or therapeutic setting that serves children

  • Minimum of 5 years of management experience which includes the demonstrated ability to encourage staff and develop leaders

  • Demonstrated experience in administration, fund raising, public relations, long and short- range strategic planning, personnel management, and financial management

  • Philosophical and physical commitment to therapeutic treatment programs and intervention needed to work with severely emotionally troubled children and adolescents and their families

  • Comprehensive and demonstrated knowledge of quality control and outcome measurements

  • Ability to build and further develop relationships within the industry and at the state level with organizations such as Indiana Association of Resources and Child Advocacy (IARCA)

  • Ability to relate in a positive way to emotionally troubled children and adolescents

  • Strong problem- solving skills


Crossroad offers a strong compensation package including a relocation package.



See full job description

Job Description


A commercial general contractor based in Fort Worth, Texas with more than 35 years of nationwide experience delivering excellence in preconstruction/estimating, project management and on-site construction supervision for shell and interior construction projects is seeking a Chief Executive Officer.  Licensed/registered in 48 states, its core markets include retail, specialty healthcare, hospitality, high end-office projects, and more.


 


Job Summary:


Reporting to the Chairman, the successful candidate will be responsible for the overall success of the organization through strategic leadership and will play an essential role in the formulation of policy, providing overall direction of the organization, within guidelines set by the Advisory Board. Plans, directs, and coordinates organizational activities at the highest level of management through advanced communication and organizational skills. Ensures the financial/budget activities are adequate to fund operations, maximize investments, and increase efficiencies, with the help of subordinate executives and staff managers through appropriate delegation.   


 


Job Duties/Essential Functions:


Develop and maintain company culture / Lead promoter of mission, vision, and values


Long term strategy and resource planning / Risk management planning and execution


Serve on the Advisory Board and develop reporting protocols


Executive coaching, training, compensation review, and performance assessment


Strong analytical skills, the ability to grasp key metrics, to determine and direct balance sheet/capital structure


Direct policy objectives and activities to ensure capital/return on investment focus vs. labor/production focus (i.e. value of business.)


Support consistent process development, driving innovation and consistent process execution.


Travel associated with client prospect interactions, business development, and job site inspections.


 


Education, Certifications, Experience:  


A Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant discipline is required. An MBA in Marketing or Management is preferred.


Experience in real estate/construction/AEC undergraduate training is preferred.      


Required experience must include a minimum of 7 years of successful senior management oversight.


Prior experience should include multicultural exposure within a national scope of operations of the primary market segments to include retail, commercial office, specialty healthcare, and hospitality (i.e. all are commercial projects.)


A track record of meaningful volunteerism and/or community involvement.


 


Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:


Administration and Management:


Excellent business and management skills required in strategic planning, resource allocation, human resource modeling, leadership technique, production methods, and coordination of people and resources.  An outgoing personality with a strong networking aptitude, excellent written and verbal communication and negotiating skills.


Personnel and Human Resources:


Advance knowledge of principles and procedures of personnel and Human Resource management.


Customer Service:


 A strong understanding of the elements which define excellent internal and external customer service. This includes the ability to direct accurate needs assessments, meeting quality standards for services, and evaluation of satisfaction.


Law and Governance:


Good understanding of laws, government regulations, executive orders, agency rules, building codes/regulations, and the democratic political process.  Key competency is the effective direction of the company’s legal counsel in all matters requiring their involvement.


Leadership:


A willingness to lead, take charge, and offer opinions and direction; to take on responsibilities and challenges. Accepting criticism and dealing with high stress situations in a calm and effective manner. Ideal candidate will model the attributes of a servant leader, willing to lead by example and engagement and serve as a mentor to the executive team.


Integrity:


A history of demonstrating a high standard of ethical and moral conduct.


Judgement and Decision Making:


Strong analytic skills to evaluate information and situational factors to choose the best long-term solutions and overcome challenges to the business in the most effective manner.  


Complex Problem Solving:


Identifying complex problems, reviewing related information to develop and evaluate options, and implement solutions, observing, receiving, and otherwise obtaining information from relevant sources.


Critical Thinking:


Using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems.


Technology:


Possesses relevant technical skills, with focus on gaining new technical skills for self and company innovation initiatives.  Understands and applies the use of data analytics and leveraging of technology for productivity improvement.  Information technology is managed by the Controller, who manages the current vendor, Consuro.


Developing and Building Teams:


High emotional intelligence to understand how to manage the dynamics of interpersonal relationships, personnel morale, and motivational techniques to achieve objectives. 


Communicating with Persons Outside the Organization:


Representing the organization to customers, the public, government, and other external sources. Supporting volunteerism and community involvement within the organization.


Physical Requirements:


The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  All requirements are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with a disability. 


Exposure to a typical office environment to include noise from others, telephones, etc.


Regularly required to stand, walk, and/or sit.


Dexterity and repetitive motion of wrists, hands, and fingers.


Using hands and fingers to grasp, push, pull, and feel


Reach with hands and arms


Climb, balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, and/or crawl


Ability to use oral communication and the ability to hear oral communication


Visual acuity for accuracy, neatness or to make general observations


Ability to travel via auto, commercial air and public transit


Ability to safely visit active construction sites


The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.


 



See full job description

Job Description


Chief Executive Officer  CEO


SaaS


San Francisco, CA


 


We are looking for a CEO who has a track record of launches, VC strength, and previous experience with document transactions and digital media transactions.  This person will lead the company; establish and implement execution strategy; launch, commercialize and drive product growth in the market; and lead fundraising and recruiting efforts.


WHAT WE SEEK IN A CEO:


Industry Experience:



  • The CEO must have a strong understanding of and demonstrated experience with SaaS companies,

  • Management of early stage companies or department lead in highly successful companies launching products in the market.

  • He/She must understand the level of agility needed and can work within limited initial budgets.


Goal and Execution Oriented:


  • The CEO must be a hands-on leader with demonstrated success in prior positions in setting vision, establishing and implementing execution strategy, and leading companies and teams in achieving key objectives.

Communicator:  


  • The CEO will be the primary spokesperson for the company and must have the ability to communicate vision and strategy with credibility and enthusiasm to all stakeholders including customers, team members, investors, influencers, and others.

Network for Funding and Recruiting:  



  • The CEO must have established credibility in the technology community.

  • The CEO should have a network of VCs and other investors with whom there is confidence which facilitates the company’s financing opportunities

  • The CEO should have a network of relationships that will facilitate recruiting team members to the company.


WHAT YOU WILL DO:



  • #1 is to successfully take the product to market and drive growth

  • Implement vision and strategy for the company

  • Communicate vision and strategy with credibility and enthusiasm to all stakeholders (customers, team members, investors, influencers, etc.)

  • Introduce and deliver to the market, and commercialize, a new SaaS product

  • Recruit, hire and retain outstanding talent

  • Instill and build tech company culture


YOUR EXPERIENCE:



  • Has led or held a senior role in product management, go-to-market strategy and execution, and/or commercialization of a new product in the SaaS field.

  • Has led or held a senior role in a seed-stage to growth company.

  • Has experience in scaling and managing a business that has reached its strategic targets.

  • Demonstrated leadership, collaboration, and team-building skills

  • Strong communicator with the ability to express complex ideas in simple ways

  • Ability to evangelize and motivate the team, business partners, etc.

  • Exhibits a customer-focused mindset

  • Well-equipped to work remotely


Our client has created a powerful context media platform. It’s a way to make sense of the chaos of content we’re absorbed in and cure the cognitive dissonance that comes with it. Inspired by the human sciences, the platform is designed to support how we remember, recognize, and think — turning information into knowledge, and content into context. In a hyperconnected world, context is everything.  The product is currently in Beta testing.


If this sounds like you, and to receive additional information, please send your resume to glenna@peopleconnectstaffing.com


Powered by JazzHR


vUj3VgpPle


Company Description

PeopleConnect's Contingency Plus placement service is for full-time salaried positions. It offers the thorough research, expert leadership and personal attention of a retained search, without requiring you to pay in advance.

Unlike retained firms, we're old fashioned enough to believe our job is to deliver quality people to you before asking to be compensated. Our recruiters and researchers have years of experience, and use tried-and-true headhunting techniques to identify top candidates. We’re confident in our ability to find the person you need. It’s risk-free for you, because you pay us after we produce results.


See full job description

Job Description


Rural Medical Services, Inc., an FQHC and Section 330 Community Health Center serving over 9,000 patients in East Tennessee, seeks a passionate, experienced healthcare leader to serve as its next Chief Executive Officer.  The successful candidate will demonstrate both a unique appreciation for our history, mission, and values, and a capacity to ensure our longevity by becoming a true market competitor in healthcare.  Additional characteristics we believe the next CEO will exemplify include:


 


·        Strong understanding of, and empathy with, the healthcare needs of financially and socially vulnerable patient populations;


·        Notable experience with networking at the local, state, and federal level regarding healthcare concerns;


·        Comprehensive knowledge of various funding sources (e.g.; private donations; local, state, and federal funds) and a track record of success in securing funds;


·        A leadership style that listens first, and communicates with openness and transparency;


·        An ability to empower and hold accountable a strong team of C-suite executives, site managers, nurses, providers, and staff members; and


·        The dexterity to be a visionary, while remaining grounded in organizational reality.


 


If you fit our leadership profile, we encourage you to review the job description on our website (www.ruralmedicalservices.org)  and submit a letter of interest, resume, and the names & contact information for three references to the contact listed below.  Candidate materials will be accepted until the end of business of August 14, 2020.


 


Email materials to: 


Jennifer Hembree


Chief Human Resource Officer


jhembree@rmstn.org


Company Description

RMS, a Community and Migrant Health Center, is looking for caring and competent people to join our health care team. RMS is a Federally Qualified Health Center with integrated Behavioral Health, Outreach, Case Management, Eligibility Services and bilingual staff (Spanish/English). We have five primary care clinics in Cocke and Jefferson Counties, Tennessee. Our providers care for people of all ages and our family practice physicians provide prenatal care with delivery at the Tennova Hospital in Newport, TN. For more information please visit our web site at www.ruralmedicalservices.org. RMS is an equal opportunity employer.


See full job description

Job Description


Chief Operating Officer


Bloomington, IN


Job Id: 7895


 


Are you looking to make a career change to a stable company? This exciting opportunity offers a competitive salary plus an excellent benefits package including medical insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, 401K, paid PTO. Does this position match your future career goals? Then this opportunity could be the right fit for you.


 


RESPONSIBILITIES:



  • Responsible to analyze internal operations and identify areas of process enhancement.

  • Responsible to translate strategy into actionable goals for performance and growth helping to implement organization-wide goal setting, performance management, and annual operating planning.

  • Responsible to oversee company operations and employee productivity, building a highly inclusive culture ensuring team members thrive and organizational outcomes are met.


 


QUALIFICATIONS:



  • Bachelor’s degree in business administration, or related field

  • 5+ years’ experience in executive leadership positions

  • Understanding of advanced business planning and regulatory issues

  • A solid grasp of data analysis and performance metrics

  • Be able to diagnose problems quickly and have foresight into potential issues


 


BENEFITS:



  • Medical Insurance

  • Dental Insurance

  • Vision Insurance

  • Full Relocation


 



Ask for: Aarti Manchanda


aarti@ajuliaexecutivesearch.com


Ajulia Executive Search is a New Jersey based Executive Search Firm specializing in retained searches in multiple sectors, including Manufacturing, Finance, IT, Legal, and Pharmaceutical. We have a nationwide client base and offer services in temporary and direct hire placements.

#ZR


Company Description

We have been serving clients and communities for over 30 years. Our reputation for providing quality service has lead to over 4000 satisfied clients. Our team has over 100 years of combined experience in executive retained search, contract to hire and temporary hire services. We specialize in Executive Searches for Engineering, Financial, Legal, Manufacturing and Pharmaceutical sectors.

Our Mission is to help our clients source and hire the most qualified professionals in select and highly skilled occupations, and to help those professionals find the best opportunities in their respective fields and further their careers. Ultimately, to be valued as a trusted advisor by our clients, associates and business partners.


See full job description

Job Description


CEO


SUMMARY:


Reporting to the Board of Directors, the CEO will be responsible for leading the company’s overall strategic direction, profitability, customer satisfaction, operations, budgeting process, and financial performance. He/she must drive results and accountability through corporate’s executive leadership group and business unit’s leadership team, sharpening the organizations strategy and execution, and delivering organic and acquisitive growth.


 


SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:



  • Reports directly to the Board of Directors. Develops and manages all appropriate policies, procedures and other related matters with the purpose of enhancing the effectiveness and efficiency of the Corporation for reporting and approval of the Board.

  • Provides leadership and guidance as a participating member of the Executive Leadership Team. Provided direction and support to the GMs/Presidents of each of the organizations business segments.

  • Develop actionable business strategies and plans that ensure alignment with short-term and long-term objectives developed in tandem with the CFO and GMs/Presidents of each of the organization’s business.

  • Setting organizational-wide objectives, KPI's and performance objectives for all direct reports.

  • Aggressively manage capital investment and expenses to ensure the company achieves targets relative to growth and profitability. Lead the implementation of agreed plans, budgets, and strategies.

  • Plan, design, and direct work in coordination with management team in the setting of a Corporate Strategic and Business Plan.

  • Directs and works collaboratively with CFO with respect to current and future bank relationships.

  • Reviews and approves, within guidelines or budgets established by the Board, capital acquisition and expenditure plans.

  • Ensures that all corporate activities and operations are carried out in compliance with local, state, and federal regulations and laws governing business operations as well as professional industry practices.

  • Provide input and collaborate in HR areas including compensation discussions, employee benefits, health and safety, labor relations, and union contract administration.

  • Directs and administers all legal matters of the corporation in collaboration with Vice President & Corporate Secretary.

  • Be familiar with shareholders agreements and any stock agreements in place.

  • Provide leadership and oversight to environmental, health & safety consideration and collaborate with Corporate Safety and organizations business segments on best practices and continuous improvements.


POSITION REQUIREMENTS:



  • MBA preferred.

  • 15+ years of progressive and upwardly mobile general management experience, including 3-5 years in similar CEO or COO roles.

  • Having successfully demonstrated executive leadership and business analysis capabilities within a multi-layered manufacturing organization with multiple business units.

  • Experience growing and scaling a labor-intensive manufacturing company.

  • Experience re-engineering and improving processes that enhance efficiency, increase profitability and support revenue growth.

  • Expertise developing or improving go-to-market strategies to diversify revenue streams.

  • Demonstrated history of driving commercial excellence, net profit growth, margin expansion and operational effectiveness.

  • Business acquisition and integration acumen.

  • Strong interpersonal skill set. Function as a strategic business partner, enabler, and problem solver in strategic issues and acquisitions. Must have demonstrated history of building a highly inclusive culture ensuring team members thrive and organizational outcomes are met.

  • The CEO seeks and builds alliances, maintains effective relationships, communicates in a compelling and articulate manner instilling commitment, and fosters open, respectful, two-way communication channels, internally and externally, to further the strategy and vision of the Corporation.

  • Continuously drive increases in sales performance, revenue growth, and net profit.


Email Dan Witters at dwitters@careertransllc.com


 


 


 


Company Description

Premier manufacturer of customized products sold through OEMs, Dealers, and Distributors. Domestic based organization manufacturing a highly engineered, precision systems used in a wide variety of specialty applications.


See full job description
Filters
Receive Chief Executive Officer jobs in in your inbox.
Receive jobs in your inbox

I agree to Localwise’s Terms & Privacy