Capital Campaign Manager
About Southeast Texas Food Bank. The Southeast Texas Food Bank was established in 1991 to serve the eight counties of Hardin, Jasper, Jefferson, Newton, Orange, Polk, Sabine, and Tyler to reduce food insecurities through sourcing of healthy foods, enrollment and referral processes that create accesses to food, educational efforts that create healthier sustainable lifestyles, and programs that provide food options to targeted audiences of need. As a 501c3 non-profit, our funding is mainly through national and local program grants, government programs, and donors. We have a dedicated staff that understands and engages in our mission and vision to eliminate hunger in Southeast Texas.
Position Summary. In partnership with the Board of Directors, President/CEO, and the Chief Administrative Officer/CAO, the Capital Campaign Manager is responsible for developing and executing a campaign to raise $ 10 – $12 Million Dollars needed to support capital funds for Southeast Texas Food Banks future warehouse expansion project. This is a two-year contract position in which this individual will act as a fundraiser and project manager dedicated to the capital campaign.
Responsibilities would include to research, identify, and develop relationships with potential leaders and top donor prospects; develop a case for support and customized briefing and proposal materials; develop and execute campaign strategies and plans; solicit donors and manage the gift process, support leadership and campaign volunteers with their fundraising responsibilities, and provide progress reports.
Essential Job Functions
- Works closely with the Board of Directors, President/CEO, and Chief Administrative Officer to develop campaign goals and timeline.
- Collaborates with the Board of Directors, President/CEO, and the Chief Administrative Officer to develop and support their cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of high-capacity prospects and donors for the capital campaign.
- Partners with Development Staff to ensure that campaign strategies are implemented in concert with and complementary to existing annual fundraising efforts.
- Identifies, cultivates, solicits, and stewards donors and prospective capital campaign donors; actively manages a portfolio of donors and prospective donors.
- Creates a case for support and customized proposals.
- Plans capital campaign cultivation and stewardship events and accompanies others on site visits and tours and networking events.
- Ensure campaign remains a top organizational priority, promote timely decision-making and provide regular updates to leadership.
- Tracks moves management in donor database and monitors campaign progress on a consistent basis using established metrics.
- Other duties as assigned
- Bachelor’s degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience
- A minimum of five years’ experience in fund development for a nonprofit organization, preferably in frontline fundraising capacity, and optimally with capital campaign experience
- A successful track record of identification, cultivation, stewardship, and solicitation of major gifts and increased annual gifts from individuals, corporations, and foundations
- Demonstrated ability to close gifts and successfully complete campaigns and events within the duration of a specified timeframe
- Ability to maintain confidential and privileged information with discretion.
- Ability to work with and steward volunteers
- Strong written, verbal, public speaking, and interpersonal skills
- Demonstrated excellence in organizational and managerial skills
- Experience managing and analyzing donor data to improve fundraising outcomes
- Full computer proficiency with standard Microsoft Office programs including PowerPoint and Excel
- Proficiency with fundraising and communications software
- Passion for Southeast Texas Food Bank mission
- Valid driver’s license and access to reliable transportation
- Previous experience in a senior leadership position at a nonprofit organization
- Raisers Edge experience (donor support system)
Working Conditions & Physical Demands
This position operates in a typical office environment and requires constant use of a computer and other office equipment, such as phones, computer printers and copy machines.
The person in this position frequently communicates with donors and other stakeholders in person and over the phone and must be able to exchange accurate information in these situations.
This position requires frequent local travel for donor and vendor meetings. Infrequent national and/or overnight travel may be required for donor meetings or for optional professional development opportunities. Occasional night, weekend or on-call work may be required.
Position Type & Hours of Work
This is a full-time, exempt position under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). It is not eligible for overtime pay. Days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. This position will require evening, weekend and on-call responsibilities. Schedule must be flexible to accomplish the campaign goals.
Disclaimer. The duties and responsibilities described in this job description do not imply an employment contract. They are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the incumbent(s) of this job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and activities required of the position. Additional tasks may be assigned to the employee from time to time; or the scope of the job may change as necessitated by organizational demands.
AA / EEO. It is the policy of the Southeast Texas Food bank to provide equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. In addition, the Southeast Texas Food Bank will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities.
The salary range for this position is $ 75,000 to $ 85,000 depending on experience and qualifications.
Benefits include: paid time off, health/dental/life insurance, 401(k) retirement savings plan, etc.
President (Remote, Texas-based)
At CollegeSpring we equip schools and teachers with the tools to help students confidently prepare for the SAT and ACT. These tests are a critical part of college admissions, and every student deserves a chance to prepare. Yet test prep courses and private tutoring are often costly or hard to access. Our programs reduce this inequity by bringing high quality test preparation into schools. We build Test Confidence™ by training, supporting, and providing ongoing coaching to teachers at our partner schools to deliver the CollegeSpring curriculum to their students. Since 2008, CollegeSpring has helped provide school-day test prep to over 40,000 students and is looking to scale significantly in the coming years.
ABOUT THE PRESIDENT ROLE
During our first 15 years, CollegeSpring has evolved through a start-up phase and subsequent expansion period, which has included growth across the U.S. and a shift from in-person program delivery to utilizing technology to enhance student learning. Now, we are seeking a President who will bring an inclusive leadership style and strategic mindset, working with the CEO, our team, Board, and community to explore what is possible in our next chapter, with an eye toward continued impact and organizational sustainability.
This is a pivotal role directly influencing the future of CollegeSpring, where you will serve as a strong organizational leader, brand ambassador, and key partner to the CEO. The President will guide us to fulfill the goals of our current strategic plan, weighing opportunities to inform the best course of action and identifying the resources we will need to implement that plan. Building on our existing culture and values, the President will share our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Serving as a champion for our work, they will advance our mission and impact by building awareness and support with donors, partners, and the broader community, leveraging strong relationship-building skills.
This role offers an exciting opportunity for an individual who is passionate about scaling programs that make a difference in students’ lives. You are skilled in organizational leadership and relationship-building. You have a strong entrepreneurial spirit and the ability to get things done across different functional areas. You create a positive and high-energy environment that enables strong performance and accountability on your team. As a business leader, you are laser focused on results. You have a proven track record of leading teams that achieve ambitious goals and build the strategies, systems, and key performance indicators to ensure success.
The ideal candidate will have experience at the executive level and a working knowledge of education, assessment, and equity issues facing students in the United States.
WHAT YOU’LL DO
● As a member of the executive team, serve as a senior leader in the organization, utilizing strong relationship-building skills to build trusting relationships, engage and synthesize input from a wide range of constituencies, and create inclusive, collaborative processes and culture that will drive CollegeSpring’s impact
● Embody our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, as an organization as well as in our work with partners
● In a remote environment, collaborate across functional areas to inform product development, program implementation, people & culture, and finance and ensure alignment around strategy and goals
● Engage in organization-wide initiatives, budgeting, strategic planning, and participating in Board and Committee meetings
● Drive a “lean startup” style environment of constant experimentation and learning.
● Lead the sales and fundraising teams to achieve or exceed monthly, quarterly and annual revenue goals
● Set expansion strategies for existing and new markets; prospect and close strategic relationships with key partners, funders, and donors
● Research, model, evaluate, and plan for new growth opportunities, staying abreast of market trends
HOW YOU’LL DO IT
As important to CollegeSpring as what you do is how you do it. We are a highly mission-driven organization and for the President role, we will appreciate the following competencies:
● Mission and values-driven: You hold a passionate commitment to and a sense of urgency for the support of teachers, along with a belief that all students can achieve at high levels and you are motivated by working in an environment that centers equity and where we live out our core values daily
● Leadership: You are able to set a vision and inspire others to ambitious goals while also understanding the steps needed to meet those goals; you have a proactive orientation and strong listening and communication skills to lead through complexity and ambiguity
● Relationships: You are deeply relational with high emotional intelligence; you care about people and develop relationships that meet mutual goals; you value collaboration and empower others to be successful
● Strategic Thinking & Planning: You bring a strategic orientation to organizational planning and use data to identify opportunities; you can connect the strategic to the tactical, manage projects effectively, and lean into challenges with a problem-solving orientation
● Analytical and Solutions Oriented: You bring strong analytical skills and a problem-solving orientation. You look at data from multiple perspectives and use it strategically to inform the creation and evaluation of solutions.
Experience and Qualifications
● Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree is preferred
● 10+ years of organizational leadership experience, including managing revenue, finance, and HR functions
● High degree of professionalism, strong communication and interpersonal skills
● Comfort with a small, growth-oriented environment
● Positive, can-do orientation with comfort with ambiguity and change
● Ability to manage time and prioritize multiple responsibilities
● Experience working with sophisticated Boards
ABOUT KOYA PARTNERS
Koya Partners, a part of Diversified Search Group, is a leading executive search and strategic advising firm dedicated to connecting exceptionally talented people with mission-driven clients. Our founding philosophy—The Right Person in the Right Place Can Change the World—guides our work as we partner with nonprofits & NGOs, institutions of higher education, responsible businesses, and social enterprises in local communities and around the world.
For more information about Koya Partners, visit https://diversifiedsearchgroup.com/koya-partners/.
DETAILS ABOUT THE ROLE
● This role is remote and must be based in Texas; state-wide travel up to 25% of the time may be required as well as occasional national travel
● The total compensation salary range for this position is $180,000 – $200,000. In addition to salary, total compensation includes a generous benefits package including health, dental, vision, life, and disability insurances, medical and dependent care reimbursement accounts, a 403(b) retirement plan with employer match, 21 paid days of holidays/office closures/recharge days, paid time off, 2 paid volunteer days, paid family leave, and a monthly work from home stipend.
● We are actively working to build a diverse team; people of color, people from working-class backgrounds, LGBTQIA+ folks, and people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. We are an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate based on gender, race, national origin, disability, age, religion, sexual orientation, or gender expression.
Koya Partners, the executive search firm that specializes in mission-driven search, has been exclusively retained for this engagement. Cassie Scarano, Victor Arias and Bryn Siberski of Koya Partners have been exclusively retained for this search. Please submit a compelling cover letter and resume by filling out our Talent Profile at https://talent-profile.diversifiedsearchgroup.com/search/v2/20168.
Koya Partners is committed to providing reasonable accommodation to individuals living with disabilities. If you are a qualified individual living with a disability and need assistance expressing interest online, please email NonprofitSearchOps@divsearch.com. If you are selected for an interview, you will receive additional information regarding how to request an accommodation for the interview process.
Guest Manager / Assistant
Anayat House is in search of a Guest Manager / Assistant to work at their hospitality house in Beaumont, TX.
- Manage guests
- Keep Census up-to-date
- Check-In guests as needed – all guest parties should be written on whiteboard and guest data input to Hospitality Housekeeper software
- Keep track of guests staying at Anayat House on the monthly Census report
- Collect and record guest payments
- Keep track of when guests plan to check out, write updates on white board and update Hospitality Housekeeper software
- Assistants will on occasion visit hospitals, clinics, doctor’s offices, etc. to deliver rack cards
- Ensure that ALL cancer patients complete a Todd Christopher Legacy of Love Application; submit to Gene Crisman; document approval and notify Foundation of treatment completion with an invoice*
- Answer phones, screen calls for director or take messages when director is busy/away
- Keep kitchen stocked with food, coffee, snacks, breakfast foods, etc. and make trips to grocery store or order items as necessary with the approval of Director
- Generate thank you letters for donations as they come in
- Order, track, acknowledge and hang all Giving Tree leaves
- Maintain and stock office supplies
- Manage housekeeping – let them know which rooms to clean, what needs specific attention in common areas, trash out on Mondays, etc.
- Manage Linen service – comes on Wednesday mornings
- Take phone – on “On Call” weekends and evenings
- Help to prepare for board meetings
- Enter guest census and statistics into computer database
- Enter donors into master mailing list
- Keep all office paperwork updated and readily available (printed): letterhead and envelopes, guest registration forms and info sheets, fax cover sheets, business cards, brochures, etc.
- Create semi-annual newsletter
- Help to plan and execute fundraisers
- Maintain Operations Manual by adding updates as they arise
*Todd Christopher Legacy of Love Cancer Foundation Grant:
Guests receiving cancer treatment must fill out an application and Anayat House may be awarded the money to cover the guest’s stay by the Foundation.
Contact: Gene Crisman
- Email Gene Crisman (firstname.lastname@example.org) name of cancer patient, his or her proposed length of stay at Anayat House, along with a completed assistance application (you must supervise the guest while they fill out application and sign / witness the document)
- After patient checks out of Anayat House, email invoice with exact dates patient stayed and exact amount that Anayat House is asking for to help cover expenses ($20/night)
- After Anayat House receives check from Legacy of Love, send Gene Crisman a physical thank you note
Send resume to: email@example.com
This full-time position will perform a wide range of administrative operations and financial tasks in support of the President/CEO and other members of the Administration Team.
Candidate must have Administrative Certification or Associate’s Degree. Bachelor’s Degree preferred. A minimum of two to four years working in an office environment with proven experience as an Executive Assistant or other relevant administrative support experience. High proficiency with Microsoft Office (specifically MS Outlook, MS Word and MS Excel). Experience in all phases of accounting and be familiar with the principles of fund accounting. Candidates must have excellent written and verbal communication and organizational skills, ability to deal with the public, and be detailed oriented. Individual must be a self-starter, service oriented, able to deal with multiple tasks and maintain the highest degree of confidentiality.
Background checks to include past employment verification, criminal record, credit report, driving record, and education verification) must be successfully completed.
Generous benefits package included.
- Bachelor Degree in related field, or related experience
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Knowledge of accounting software applications like Quickbooks
- Experience in budgeting, payroll, and government reporting
- Grant writing experience
- Marketing and social media skills
- Bondable (see SETAC Personnel Manual)
- Experience in publishing and producing print media
- Sensitivity and discretion while working with local government, nonprofits, and businesses
- Willing to seek a variety of funding sources and fund raising activities
- Willing to be creative and innovative
- Willing to serve as the spokesperson for the organization
- Dedicated to advocacy for the arts and artists
- Responsible for the daily operations of two organizations; the Southeast Texas Arts Council (SETAC) AND the DOWNTOWN BEAUMONT Cultural Arts District (DBCAD)
- Expected to work a 40 – hour work week, and the occasional weekend and evening as needed for each organization
- Provides direction and guidance to the Creative Director with regard to the biannual tourism magazine Off Ramp
- Ensures the publication of a SETAC monthly newsletter is published and sent to all members and funders by and from the Creative Director
- Publishes a monthly newsletter for DBCAD
- Maintains records of all organization members and submits renewal notices annually (October)
- Manages all deposits, pays all bills, and negotiates the best prices for products and services purchased by the organization.
- Develops and presents an annual budget to be approved by each board of directors for SETAC AND DBCAD
- Provides accurate profit and loss statements, and balance statements for each monthly board meeting
- Produces a monthly agenda packet approved by the board president.
- Is NOT responsible for taking the minutes at any board meeting
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $42,000.00 – $45,000.00 per year
Benefits: Paid time off
- 8 hour shift
- Monday to Friday
Career Development Specialist
Goodwill Industries of Southeast Texas and Southwest Louisiana is in search of a Career Development Specialist in the southwest Louisiana area to teach clerical and computer skills programs to students with barriers to employment to prepare them for community job placement and/or to enhance daily life skills.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: (other duties may be assigned)
- Assists the Mission Services Supervisor in planning and designing live, digital and/or virtual-based curriculum for job readiness skills, life skills, and technology skills. Prepares computer lessons and other instructional materials to meet the needs of the individuals served.
- Provide job readiness services to individuals including resume building, interview preparation, job search, application completion, creating cover letters, employer follow-ups, and computer skills.
- Conducts and delivers computer courses to individuals being served along with reinforcement of lessons through homework assignments, quizzes, assessments, and various other modes of check-ins.
- Creates Individualized Service Plans with each individual to establish measurable goals and objectives for their learning paths.
- Promotes classes and agency offerings through meetings, newsletters, emails, site visits, social media, and other channels, as appropriate.
- Establishes and maintains contact sources with valuable community partners such as but not limited to employers, staffing agencies, fellow non-profits, public libraries, colleges, community colleges, vocational training centers, transitional houses, and correctional facilities.
- Ability to effectively work with and serve diverse populations.
- Ability to provide general assessments and intakes to help determine best course of action for individuals being served, and using assessments to consult with any needed community partners, contacts, and/or the Mission Services Supervisor.
- Continuous knowledge of local, state and federal programs to assist individuals with various needs.
- Effective oral, written, and digital communication skills.
- Ability to act in a professional manner at all times while maintaining integrity, confidentiality, and empathy.
- Works with individuals to increase motivation, provide continuous reinforcement to learning, assess level of functioning, and give feedback for all learning activities.
- Collaborates with Computer Skills Instructor(s), Workforce Development Specialist(s), and Mission Services Supervisor to develop job search plans, application completion skills, life skills courses, job readiness courses and materials, and resume assistance to help individuals successfully complete their personal goals.
- Assists individuals served with a person-centered, individualized approach.
- Maintains detailed records including database profiles with documentation of individuals served, resources and referrals log, employer contacts, etc.
- Works collaboratively with other Goodwill staff members, community partners, and other resource providers.
- Serves as an advocate for the individuals being served through Goodwill.
- Ability to deliver measurable results as evidenced by the number of individuals served, outcomes and objectives reached for the individuals served, and extending the reach to vital community partners.
LANGUAGE SKILLS: Ability to effectively present information to diverse groups of people. Ability to read, analyze and interpret government regulations, technical procedures, and applications. Ability to create presentations, write reports, facilitate business correspondence, and interpret policy and procedure manuals. Bilingual in Spanish and/or ASL desired, but not required.
COMPUTER LITERACY: Must be proficient in using the Microsoft Office Suite including PowerPoint, Excel, Word, and Outlook, as well as proficient in using ZOOM. Must be able to provide basic trouble-shooting for various software and hardware needs. In addition, must be able to instruct and support individuals being served with the aforementioned programs.
WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Indoor office and class
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $32,000.00 – $40,000.00 per year
- Dental insurance
- Employee assistance program
- Employee discount
- Health insurance
- Life insurance
- Paid time off
- Vision insurance
- 8 hour shift
- Day shift
- Monday to Friday, 8AM-5PM
***Please apply directly with Goodwill at www.goodwilltxla.org***
Physical Therapist Assistant
Shorkey Center is a non-profit United Way Partner Agency serving children with special needs in SETX. They offer multiple treatment rooms, 2 playgrounds, therapy gym, motor lab, and pool. This position would encompass outpatient, aquatic, and small school-based services. They provide physical, occupational, speech, applied behavior analysis therapies and offer an inclusive preschool focused on children with special needs. Join a family of fun, fantastic work environment, and innovative treatment.
Full-time beginning August 1st. Part-time available if desired for June and July pending cleared background check.
- Graduate of accredited Physical Therapy Assistant program
- Valid Texas license as a Physical Therapy Assistant granted by the Texas Board of Physical Therapy Examiners
- Under the guidance of the physical therapist, PTA will treat patients utilizing a variety of therapeutic techniques per physician’s orders.
- Provides documentation, prognosis, goals, responses, education, and establishes communication with interdisciplinary team.
- Documentation (daily charges, Progress Notes, and other reports) is complete, legible, accurate, timely and reflective of department standards
- Therapeutic benefit of treatment is monitored and modified appropriately
- Provides education at the level appropriate for each client. Client and/or family’s learning needs are assessed, addressed, and documented per department standards
- Initiates, coordinates, and communicates collaborative efforts (provider updates, discharge planning) amongst team members and other interested parties to show a comprehensive picture of the client
- Demonstrates competency in clinical skills and techniques specific to each unit on an annual basis
- Organizes and adjusts schedule according to department work volume and client caseload to maintain productivity targets. Keeps immediate supervisor informed of ongoing activities or problems in regards to client caseload in a timely manner
- Complies with laws and regulations applicable to position and act in accordance with Corporate Compliance Program, the licensing Board of Texas Healthcare and the American Physical Therapy Association
- Electronic Medical Records
- Positive, playful attitude suitable for children
- HIPAA compliant
- Knowledge and ability to service clients in a variety of setting (outpatient clinic, aquatic, school)
Pay: From $32.00 per hour
- Dental insurance
- Health insurance
- Life insurance
- Paid time off
- Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
- Day shift
Advocate Supervisor (Jasper, Newton and Sabine County area)
CASA of the Sabine Neches Region is seeking a CASA Advocate Supervisor. This may be a full-time OR part-time position and reports to the Program Director.
- Bachelor’s Degree or Associates Degree from an accredited college or university (preferably in human services or a related field) or minimum two years commensurate experience
- Experience in volunteer coaching and supervision / case management
- Flexible schedule
- Professional oral and written communication skills
- Ability to interact with diverse populations
- Ability to maintain confidentiality and be discreet
- Must be able to pass a criminal background check and DFPS background check
- Must be available to work intermittent evenings and weekends
- Must have personal car, current TDL and auto liability insurance
- Spanish proficiency a plus, but not required
Summary of Responsibility:
- Mentor and supervise court appointed volunteers to provide advocacy services to abused and neglected children in court system
- Effectively manage active caseload, participate in case staffing, and adhere to CASA standards for program caseload management
- Attend and participate as speaker at Advocacy training and recruitment sessions, as needed
- Interface professionally and effectively with courts and representatives and employees of various social services agencies and other community organizations as needed for case management, community and other functions related to the organization’s overall goals and mission
- Provide case management and support to insure all requirements are being met
- Assist with advocate recruitment, retention and recognition activities
- Mentor and coach court advocate volunteers, providing guidance and direction
- Assure all case activity is documented within 72 hours
- Keep accurate records of dates of Hearings, Trials, Planning and Placement Meetings
- Document contact with advocates monthly to assure their case in progressing appropriately
- Review court reports and co-sign with advocate
- File court reports in accordance with the Cooperative Working Agreement with Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (TDFPS), and assure their distribution to appropriate individuals
- Accompany advocates to Court Hearings, PPT’s and case staffing
- Assure documented contact is made monthly with the DFPS caseworker, primary placement provider
- Assist advocates in making contacts and/or visits within the required timeframe
- Assure regular contacts with the attorney ad litem, mental health and other healthcare providers, educational and community systems are documented to assure the child’s need in these area are met and cooperative solutions are facilitated among parties
- Provide information regarding community resources
- Collect and verify advocate’s monthly contact/time/mileage logs
- Report concerns regarding advocates to the Program Director
- Report advocates concerns to the Program Director
- Assure complete and accurate case records for all cases under supervision
- Participate in CASA continuing education activities
- If an advocate/volunteer is not available to work the case, it is the supervisor’s responsibility to manage the case personally. This incudes, but is not limited to, scheduled visits with the child, caregiver, and parents. Contact with CPS caseworks, attorney ad litem and other relevant parties
- An Advocate Supervisor may not supervise more than thirty active volunteers or a maximum of forty-five cases. In the event the staff is required to perform duties other than supervision of volunteers, the number of volunteers the staff can supervise shall be reduced pro rata.
- Affiliate with other local and state organizations where appropriate
- Attend national, regional, and state conferences and meetings when appropriate
- Complete special projects and tasks as assigned by Executive Director
- Turn in time logs, reimbursement requests, and other documentation by requested due dates
Speech Language Pathologist
Capland Speech Therapy Center is seeking a full-time / part-time speech-language pathologist to help continue their mission of providing services to communication-impaired individuals in a clinical setting.
- Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology with C’s
- ASHA certified
- Bilingual in English and Spanish is a plus
To apply, send your resume to:
Capland Speech Therapy Center
Attn: Doris Hale, Executive Director
2660 Aero Drive
Port Arthur, TX 77640
IEA is seeking an Executive Director to lead their nonprofit organization. This position reports to the IEA Board President, Board of Directors, and organizations Founder.
- Bachelor’s degree in non-profit management, public administrations, social work, psychology, or related area; master’s degree preferred
- A minimum of two-years experience in administrative management, revenue development, and volunteer management in a non-profit or public service agency, and/or in an organization/division involved in human social services.
- Demonstrates strong skills in supervision, staff development, resource development and maintenance, volunteer management, program planning and implementation, budget development and implementation, public relations, and a vision to identify potential opportunities beneficial to the organization.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills, including the ability to conduct presentations and trainings. Candidate must be detail-oriented, highly organized, articulate, concise, and results-oriented.
- Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of juvenile justice issues/challenges; issues/challenges related to child abuse and neglect; and the dynamics of families in crisis, required.
- Licensed Professional Counselor or Licensed Social Worker, preferred.
- Criminal background check clearance required.
- Approval by Board President for any employment is required.
Summary of Responsibility:
The Executive Director is responsible for the overall management of IEA and all aspects of the organization’s operations.
Specific key responsibilities are as follows:
- Resource Development and Maintenance
- Responsible for the research and preparation of grant proposals.
- Develop and maintain a donor base of both monetary and non-monetary resources.
- Oversee the timely written acknowledgements of all donations, including in-kind gifts, received.
- Support the Board in fundraising events or activities.
- Personnel Management
- Hire and supervise administrative staff.
- Write and revise, as necessary, the job descriptions for staff (except Executive Director).
- Conduct yearly performance evaluations (oral and written) for staff.
- Provide the orientation, training, development and supervision of all IEA staff to include diversity and cultural competency to ensure inclusivity to client needs.
- Facilitate individual and group coaching of IEA’s goals and mission, working closely with direct reports to create a sense of empowerment.
- Oversee general case management ensuring confidentiality, adequate supervision, the safety of and best outcomes for each child.
- Provide individual case consultation for IEA youth in detention and on probation.
- Ensure the delivery of effective programming in the community-based programs and at MRJJC, to include working with the juveniles in detention.
- Monitor volunteer management plan to ensure recruitment, retention, tracking, recognition, and support of volunteer advocates.
- Fiscal Management
- Manage day-to-day fiscal operations.
- Submit monthly and quarterly financial reports to grantors (as required).
- Submit a monthly record of bills and expenditures to the appropriate designee to ensure timely reimbursement and accounting.
- Develop and maintain positive working relationships with individuals, groups, agencies, organizations, businesses and corporations.
- Review, approve and evaluate all marketing and social media initiatives, to include a quarterly newsletter.
- Board of Directors Liason
- Prepare and present the Executive Director’s report at Board meetings.
- Monitor Board Committee activities and attend committee meetings.
- Oversee implementation of Board directives, policies, and procedures.
- Ensure the development and presentation to the Board a strategic plan.
- Arrange for and participate with designated Board representatives in an annual ED performance evaluation.
- Meet monthly with Board President and Founder to keep them apprised of agency operations, changes, and concerns.
- Other duties as assigned.
Salary dependent upon experience.
Email cover letter and resumé to: firstname.lastname@example.org with “Executive Director Position” listed as subject.
Mail cover letter and resumé to:
IEA – Inspire, Encourage, Achieve
Attn: Search Committee Chair
20 N. 11th Street, Suite A
Beaumont, TX 77702
**No telephone inquiries will be accepted. Only qualified individuals may be contacted for an interview.