Executive Director Jobs

Executive Director

The Jeffco Schools Foundation is seeking a dynamic, proven leader to take this unique and mission driven organization to the next level. The Executive Director will be responsible for developing and implementing a fundraising strategy that enables scalable and sustainable growth, overseeing the successful implementation of all Foundation programs, and being a prominent, passionate Jeffco K-12 advocate in our greater community.

Executive Director

The Executive Director is the key management leader of Global Village Academy Collaborative. The Executive Director is responsible for overseeing the administration, programs and strategic plan of the organization.

The successful candidate will (1) be an inspiring leader and communicator, (2) have charter school financial, legal and operational experience, (3) have an accomplished background in organizational leadership, (4) be aligned with the organization’s philosophy, mission, vision, and values, and (5) have a strong commitment to diversity.

In addition, the ideal candidate must share the belief that all young people deserve access to an excellent education and have a proven track record of supporting charter school organizations. The candidate must also possess strong organizational, operational and interpersonal skills, and be a flexible and creative problem-solver.

Executive Director

Eagle Valley Land Trust is currently hiring for the role of Executive Director.

Director of Policy and Communications

This is an executive level position responsible for serving as the Department’s Director of Policy and Communications and reports to the Deputy Executive Director. Position serves as the senior point of contact and subject matter expert for all agency (both internal and external) outreach media contacts, website content and management; and public and policy relations efforts to articulate and promote the Department of Revenue’s mission and policy priorities. This position is also responsible for establishing the department’s strategic plan for internal and external communications; stakeholder relations and legislative initiatives.

Chief Technology Officer

At the Governor’s Office of Information Technology, our Chief Technology Officer makes a meaningful difference by delivering new and evolving applications for the State of Colorado. You will motivate cross-functional teams to effectively deliver complex projects with an agile mindset. You will be end-user focused with the goal of delighting customers. You will provide the vision for where State of Colorado technology needs to go and how to get there. You will work closely with our strategy team to define the product and services offerings for today and tomorrow.

Executive Director

CNGA operates using a modified Carver Governance Model that provides a stable long-term
structure for the goals of the association. This structure ensures consistent direction, efficient use
of funds and staffing and removal of personal agendas. The board focus is at a high level to direct
what the association should offer and the executive director determines how those goals will be
met. In their annual planning meeting the board uses current business indicators and member
needs to determine any changes or adjustments that may be needed to the outcomes. The
executive reports directly to the nine-member board and has overall strategic and operational
implementation responsibilities.

President and CEO

The President and CEO of the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region provides the executive leadership for the Board of Directors, leading the development of strategic directions and policy in the fulfillment of the organization’s mission. The position provides significant leadership in securing the operating funds necessary to sustain current and future operations. The President and CEO is responsible for the overall management and operation of HSPPR in compliance with Board-adopted policies and all applicable local, state, and federal regulations and laws.

Executive Director

The Executive Director of International Hearing Dog, Inc. serves as the chief executive of the organization. In this capacity, the Executive Director is responsible for supporting operations and administration of the Board by advising and informing Board members. He/she serves as the primary interface between the Board and IHDI staff and directs the design of, marketing, promotion, delivery and quality of IHDI programs and service animals. The Executive Director is charged with recommending the annual budget (currently $ 625,000 ) to the Board for their approval and prudently managing the organization’s resources within those budget guidelines and in conformity with current laws and regulations. The Executive Director is responsible for effectively managing the human resources of the organization according to authorized personnel policies and procedures that fully conform to current laws and regulations. He/she will oversee the development function, including fundraising planning and implementation. This includes helping to identify resource requirements and funding sources, and the design of strategies to reach appropriate funders including the submission of grants/proposals, and oversight of fundraising records and documentation. The Executive Director is ultimately responsible for ensuring that IHDI and its mission, programs, and services are consistently presented in a strong, positive image to relevant stakeholders and the public. Direct reports to the Executive Director currently include the Director of Development, Selection & Training Director, Operations/Facilities/Animal Health Director, Placements & Customized Training Director, and an Administrative Assistant.

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