Website Time Out, Inc.
Domestic Violence Shelter
Job Title: Executive Director (CEO)
Organization: Time-Out, Inc., a non-profit organization that provides shelter, counseling, resources and advocacy for survivors of domestic violence and their children.
Location: Payson, Arizona
Salary: Competitive and commensurate with experience and qualifications
The Executive Director (CEO) is the leader and spokesperson of Time Out, Inc., responsible for overseeing the organization’s vision, mission, strategic planning, fundraising, financial management, program development, staff supervision, community relations, and public policy advocacy. The Executive Director (CEO) reports to the Board of Directors and works collaboratively with them to ensure the sustainability and growth of the organization. The Executive Director (CEO) will be an energetic, creative, and goal-oriented individual with demonstrated leadership abilities.
· Implement the organization’s strategic plan in alignment with its vision and mission.
· Lead and manage the organization’s operations, programs, and services, ensuring quality, effectiveness, and compliance with relevant standards and regulations.
· Supervise, mentor, and evaluate the performance of the management team and staff, fostering a culture of teamwork, accountability, and excellence.
· Develop and maintain positive relationships with key stakeholders, including funders, donors, partners, media, government agencies, and community organizations.
· Represent and advocate for the organization and its clients at local, state, and national levels on issues related to domestic violence prevention and intervention.
· Secure and diversify the organization’s funding sources through grant writing, donor cultivation, special events, and other fundraising strategies.
· Manage the organization’s budget and financial resources, ensuring fiscal responsibility and transparency.
· Monitor and evaluate the organization’s impact and outcomes, using data-driven decision making and continuous improvement processes.
· Stay abreast of emerging trends, best practices, and challenges in the field of domestic violence and non-profit management.
· demonstrated capability to develop partnerships to identify common solutions and ability to serve as an articulate spokesperson for the agency.
· Bachelor’s degree in social work, public administration, business administration, or related field. Master’s degree preferred.
· At least 10 years of progressive leadership experience in the non-profit sector, preferably in the field of domestic violence or related social services.
· Demonstrated success in fundraising, grant writing, budget management, and financial reporting.
· Strong knowledge of domestic violence issues, policies, laws, and resources.
· Excellent communication, presentation, negotiation, and public speaking skills.
· Ability to inspire and motivate staff, board members, donors, partners, and community members.
· Ability to work effectively with diverse populations and stakeholders.
· Ability to handle multiple tasks and prioritize competing demands in a fast-paced environment.
· Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and other relevant software applications.
How to Apply:
Please submit your resume and cover letter to Hannah Lusk, President of the Board of Directors firstname.lastname@example.org Please indicate your salary expectations in your cover letter. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview.
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