Chief Executive Officer Jobs

President & CEO Greater Golden Chamber of Commerce

The Board of Directors of the Greater Golden Chamber of Commerce, located in Golden, Colorado, seeks a highly qualified, experienced upper level executive to assume the duties of President and Chief Executive Officer for the organization. This person is responsible for the management of a 375 member 501 (c) (6) non-profit business organization with four employees and an annual operating budget of $400,000. Candidates must exhibit strong organizational, management, financial, inter-personal, and written and verbal communication skills. Must be able to work with a variety of individuals including large and small business representatives, community volunteers, government officials and an elected Board of Directors. Salary and benefits are commensurate with experience.

Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) works with the Board of Directors to establish the strategic direction of the organization and to develop and implement effective policies and programs to support the organization’s mission and vision. S/he actively participates in CEL fundraising efforts and represents the Foundation’s purpose and programs to community partners, donors, outside organizations, the public, and legislators.

CEO/Chief Executive Officer

LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITY: CEO, CATAPULT DESIGN
We are seeking a leader to build on Catapult Design’s legacy and lead the organization into its next phase. Catapult is a design consultancy that is a mission-driven, 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Our mission is to make design accessible to bold organizations solving global challenges.

Executive Director

Four Mile Historic Park (FMHP) is seeking an Executive Director who is a hands-on leader and motivator committed to fostering a positive and forward thinking environment.The FMHP Board of Directors is looking for creativity, innovation and the drive to achieve excellent, timely results in planning and programming!

About the Museum…

Take a step back in time….this oasis in the city is a 12-acre park in the heart of the bustling, growing region that is Denver today.Built in 1859, the Four Mile House doubled as a stage stop and wayside inn along the Cherokee Trail, which brought settlers, cowboys, trappers, gold seekers and more to Colorado. The site grew into a thriving 600-acre ranch by the late 19th-century. This unique landmark personifies the spirit and ingenuity of yesterday, and is a popular tourist and family destination that showcases early Colorado history. Visitors can tour the Victorian home; admire horses, chickens and goats; check out demonstrations in our summer kitchen and blacksmith shop; and learn about customs and handcrafts of the late 1800’s. The Four Mile House is the oldest standing structure in Denver. The original home, along with the surrounding acreage, serves as tool to tell the story of the people and events that shaped the region.

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