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Chief Executive Officer (Nonprofit)

PNP Staffing Group Ramsey ,NJ
  • Posted: over a month ago
  • $120,000 to $125,000 Yearly
  • Full-Time
  • Benefits: dental, medical, vision
Job Description

 

PNP is excited to partner with a faith-based pro-life nonprofit that provides shelter and comprehensive support to young mothers, as well as to women who are homeless, sick, and elderly.

The Chief Executive Officer has a deep passion for the mission, sets and fulfills strategic vision, oversees all operations and steers the organization through hands-on executive leadership.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

Lead the organization and work in concert with the Board to build organizational and financial legacy:

  • Work with the Executive Committee and the Board and staff to fulfill the mission, develop a clear vision, strategic plan and short- and long-term goals, translating them into action
  • Assess the current and future donor opportunities including grants
  • Grow current and develop new public and private funders and donors
  • Identify new mutually beneficial partnerships
  • Seek opportunity for non-faith-based funding
  • Seek new grant streams
  • Evaluate the current staffing and financial models and explore new models including more competitive employment packages to attract new long- term employees
  • Plan for board development and succession

Balance passion for the mission with the responsibility to effectively run a business

Oversee and support the staff in enhancing and improving operations and programs

People, Culture and Programs:

  • Cultivate a personal connection to staff and inspire them in their daily work, setting the tone for a culture that reflects faith-based values and celebrates saving babies’ lives
  • Develop a dedicated leadership team who are empowered to make decisions
  • Work to retain, recruit and develop a team who are skilled and devoted to the mission
  • Cultivate a culture of openness and fairness that supports staff and encourages teamwork
  • Evaluate organizational structure and improve coordination and consistency across sites
  • Continue to implement and build off the current goals and existing plans, focusing on staffing, professional development, performance management and quality assurance and consistency
  • Encourage high professional standards with a focus on program innovation, excellence and accountability
  • Review, and improve as necessary, internal policies, procedures and programs
  • Develop processes to improve partnerships with families and support them and their children in the future
  • Strengthen strategic partnerships to improve and expand services offered to women and children while maintaining the focus of the mission
  • Ensure compliance with all regulatory requirements
  • Ensure that operation is at capacity
  • Continue to operate and enhance all services to Special Families
  • Establish long-term financial sustainability by building on current donor models while developing and securing new and ongoing revenue streams
  • Bring the fundraising model into the technological age
  • Implement systems to provide timely and accurate data, analysis and other information to better make decisions and leverage data for fundraising
  • Ensure that the organization is maximizing the benefits of its size and scale
  • Enhance and build new partnerships that align with and complement the mission

Serve as the face of the organization and as its ambassador:

  • Speak eloquently, persuasively and credibly about the organization and the mission in a range of settings
  • Enhance the organization’s visibility and the recognition of its expertise in both sheltering and educating young mothers and their families
  • Negotiate effectively whenever required
  • Serve as a thought leader in shaping public opinion
  • Advocate effectively for support with both a faith-based and non-faith based approach with foundations, friends and neighbors and community leaders and officials
  • Work actively to forge trusting collaborations and partnerships with key stakeholder groups that are aligned with the mission
  • Attend all public events

Work effectively in partnership with the Board of Directors, maintaining regular and open communication:

  • Promote and maintain transparency through candid conversation
  • Enable the Board to make informed decisions: communicate effectively about organizational performance as well as environmental factors that impact work and opportunities
  • Help to expand and continue to develop a strong Board, exploring composition and governance
  • Leverage Board members’ talents and encourage their engagement
  • As needed encourage outside guidance for board development and change

 

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree required. MS in Organizational Leadership with a focus on Non- Profit, MPA or other appropriate advanced degree a plus
  • Minimum of two years’ experience as an Executive Leader, ideally in the non-profit world or significant experiences leading to qualification
  • Collaborative team builder who can work with and motivate all types of people in the following categories: constituents, donors, board members, colleagues
  • Proven leadership with a style fitting an organization of this nature: Servant Leader or Level 5 Leader
  • Experienced fund raiser with proven outcomes
  • Knowledge of Grant Writing
  • Strategic, big picture thinker with ability to implement tactically and efficiently
  • Decisive Decision Maker
  • Natural Speaker and Story Teller
  • Skilled in conflict management, composure, judgment, and problem solving
  • Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information with the highest level of professionalism
  • Financial Acumen
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and listening skills
  • Technologically Savvy
  • Physical and Emotional Stamina to support the staff

Please send a resume and cover letter to Wade Savitt, Executive Recruiter with PNP Staffing Group. wsavitt@pnpstaffinggroup.com

 

Company Description
PNP's goal is simple – to recruit the best talent to help nonprofits around the country do great things and advance their missions. We are driven, highly creative in our approach, resourceful in sourcing the marketplace for top talent, and diligent about providing the very best services to our clients who inspire us to do this work.

PNP Staffing Group

PNP's goal is simple – to recruit the best talent to help nonprofits around the country do great things and advance their missions. We are driven, highly creative in our approach, resourceful in sourcing the marketplace for top talent, and diligent about providing the very best services to our clients who inspire us to do this work.

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