The Executive Director works closely and collaboratively with the Board of Directors to ensure effective development and advancement of the Center’s mission and strategic plan. The Executive Director is responsible for designing, implementing, and monitoring the success of the policies and practices to achieve this goal. The Executive Director works with the Board, staff and volunteers to ensure successful outcomes for programmatic, operational, and financial efforts, as well as organizational success. The Executive Director is responsible for optimizing and sustaining the public profile of the organization as the local leader in addressing the needs of sexual assault survivors and their families and in advancing risk-reduction and prevention in the city, and as the local thought leader on the issue of sexual violence. Coalition-building among peer agencies and fundraising for the maintenance and growth of the organization are also key components of this position. View the full position announcement.
Master’s degree in social work and/or MBA or nonprofit management. Ten or more years of experience in a senior management role, ideally at an organization with an operating budget of greater than $1 million (preferably $2 million) to include demonstrated and successful experience leading a mission driven, non-profit organization and experience leading and working collaboratively senior direct reports. Additional experience may replace Master’s level degree.
Contact or More Information:
For fullest consideration, submit a resume and cover letter responding specifically to the experience and qualifications being sought by August 16, 2013 to: email@example.com, mail or fax to: Nonprofit HR, Attn: Executive Director Search - DCRCC, 1400 Eye Street, NW, Suite 500, Washington, DC 20005, Fax - 202.785.2064. Electronic submissions preferred. Applications will be accepted through the application deadline. Interested individuals are encouraged to apply immediately.