Executive Director Jobs

Executive Director

The Executive Director (ED) plays a key leadership role at The Conflict Center (TCC). Reporting to the Board of Directors, the ED is deeply committed and passionate about furthering TCC’s mission of peace making. The ED’s role is both strategic and operational, focusing on implementing TCC’s strategic plan, overseeing organizational effectiveness, providing thought leadership to the community and the field, and ensuring TCC’s sustainable growth into the future. Most crucially, the ED engages our community at every opportunity to promote the importance of peacemaking skills in schools, workplaces, and the community. The ED is up-to-date in research and practical applications of restorative practices in schools and the community.
As a leader, the ED must demonstrate a high level of integrity and transparency and convey TCC’s vision to stakeholders. The ED must be action-oriented and public-facing, and showcases a passion for furthering TCC’s mission. The ED has strong organizational abilities including planning, delegating and task facilitation, supporting the development of programs, adapting to change, promoting innovation, and engaging in social entrepreneurship. The ideal candidate has established relationships in the community, or the ability to successfully cultivate relationships with partners, funders, volunteers, and staff.

Foundation Director

The Foundation Director is a fundraising professional adept at building the internal and external relationships needed to secure renewal and new gifts from individuals, businesses and foundations.

Executive Director

Job Description:
The Douglas Elbert County Task Force is seeking a skilled and experienced leader to continue the mission of the organization. This is an excellent opportunity for an executive who:

-Loves development, forming community connections and creating partnerships.

-Enjoys leading and mentoring people; both paid staff and volunteers.

-Thrives when faced with problems that need both immediate attention and a longer term strategy.

-Believes in the dignity of humankind and enjoys interfacing with people groups from all cultures, ages, socioeconomic groups and business backgrounds.

-Works collaboratively with stake holders including; the board, paid staff and volunteers.

Executive Director

The Executive Director is a full time leadership position in the division of Student Affairs at Colorado State University (CSU), reporting to the Assistant Vice President for Student Success. The Executive Director is responsible for the 2.5 million dollar budget and overall operation of the Career Center. This position oversees programs that educate students toward excellence in exploring, enhancing, explaining, and experiencing their future career plans. The Executive Director develops relationships with employers educating them on best practices for hiring CSU students for internships and full-time employment. This position collaborates with multiple campus administrators, Deans & Associate Deans from all of the colleges, faculty, and staff colleagues in support of University-wide initiatives and events, and works with students from multiple student led organizations. The Executive Director manages the Leadership Team and is responsible for ongoing supervision of all 64 employees to ensure the mission, goals and objectives of the organization are successfully accomplished. This position is designed for a visionary leader, who can communicate, collaborate, and manage a large competent staff and coordinate a complex campus-wide career services network. This position shares responsibility in projects and responsibilities related to the Division.

Executive Director of Regional Development

The Regional Development team is part of the University Advancement Development (UAD) office which includes other university-wide development teams including Gift Planning and Corporate and Foundation Relations. UAD works in tandem with the colleges and units to secure financial resources to strengthen for the university.

The Executive Director of Development is a senior level development position which provides oversight and management of the regional program and is responsible for securing funding for university priorities in the designated region. These priorities are often multi-million dollar projects and may be interdisciplinary in scope.

In addition to managing the Regional Development team, the Executive Director will have the following responsibilities: traveling on a national and regional basis; carrying a prospect portfolio of 70-90 donors; understand fully the mission and resource needs of the university and articulate them to volunteers and potential donors. Utilizing the tenets of moves management, prospects will be moved through the pipeline and either managed by the Executive Director, or moved to a Regional Development team member, or a college/ unit for further cultivation, solicitation or stewardship.

Executive Director

You are passionate about leading a team dedicated to improving the lives of Douglas and Elbert County citizens who are in serious financial distress, at risk of homelessness, or struggling with some other related adversity.

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