In conjunction with the Board of Directors of the Women's Resource Agency, Inc., the Executive Director is responsible for all aspects of the programs of the organization serving adult women and girls. The current programs include: Adult Career Readiness, Suit Up for Success Colorado Springs and Real Girls. These programs serve both women and at-risk or underserved girls. The Executive Director's responsibility also consists of program development, budget creation and monitoring, program implementation, and program evaluation as well as supervision of staff, fund development and fundraising, marketing and public relations.
This is a full time exempt position and is contingent upon ongoing program funding.Responsibilities:
- Work with the Board of Directors to set short term and long term goals for serving women and girls of the Colorado Springs community for the agency through annual strategic planning
- Develop and conduct and oversee as appropriate all fundraising and development activities, special events, and grant management activities of the agency
- Monitor the implementation of all adult and youth programs for the agency. Provide management to the program staff to ensure the delivery of high quality programs
- Plan and monitor agency budget, set contingency budgets, and work with Board and Accountant on all fiscal matters
- Develop and maintain good working relationships with community partners, referring agencies and the business community
- Set and monitor public policy advocacy agenda consistent with mission
- Oversee the development and ongoing evaluation and modifications of programs, curriculum, customer satisfaction surveys and assessment tools, and client data management tools of the agency
- Oversee all internal and external communications including website, newsletters, brochures and other internet-based communication tools for the agency
- Conduct personnel needs assessment and hiring and firing for all positions and implement the Personnel Policies of the agency
- Oversee all office management activities including contracts, vendors, insurance, leases, volunteers and equipment for the agency
- Continuously work on advancing the mission of the agency through public relations, networking and building individual relationships with community members, organizations and the business community
- Master's in Social Work preferred
- Public Policy or grass roots organizing experience
- 5+ years of non-profit management, development, and/or human service administration or transferable experience in the public or for-profit sectors
- Administrative ability
- Diversity/cultural sensitivity awareness/training
- Public Speaking ability and group facilitation skills
Note: This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, or qualifications associated with the job.
The Executive Director serves at the will of the Board of Directors.
To apply for this position, please email resume and application (see below) to WRA at email@example.com