Employment Opportunities

Equal Employment Opportunity

It is the policy of Healthy Kids to provide equal employment opportunity to all employees and applicants for employment and not to discriminate on any basis prohibited by law, including race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, marital status or veteran status.

Current Openings

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Executive Director 

 

Reports to: Board of Directors

Status: Exempt

Salaried, full-time position 

Salary Range: $55,000-$65,000

Benefits: Health, LT/ST insurance, Dental, Simple IRA with match, 

paid vacation and holidays

Covid Vaccination: Required

 

Summary of Position

The Executive Director will have overall responsibility for financial, programmatic, and operational management of the child abuse and neglect council that serves Lincoln County. The Executive Director will be a strong and visionary leader with a proven track record in management, financial management, program development and fundraising.

The Executive Director will be able to take a broad, comprehensive view of the objectives of the organization and then establish the priority steps necessary for the attainment of these objectives. Advanced skill in planning, developing, analyzing, and evaluating a wide range of financial, administrative, and managerial functions is essential.

 

The Executive Director is expected to monitor organizational process and provide recommendations and advice to the Board of Directors to facilitate informed Board action.

 

The Executive Director must exercise extensive initiative and independent judgment and work effectively with the Board of Directors, staff, 

volunteers, the public, and members of other community agencies and organizations.

 

Responsibilities Program Management

  • Provides leadership in developing and implementing a long-range strategy that helps Healthy Kids! achieve its vision and mission

  • Provides oversight in managing and developing each program and service according to the needs of clients in collaboration with staff

  • Assists with program delivery, when necessary, including supervised visitation, teaching classes and attending events.

  • Ensures ongoing program evaluation and program compliance with funding guidelines

 

Fundraising and Development

  • Manages fundraising and resource development in collaboration with Board of Directors and staff

  • Ensures reports to all regulatory agencies are timely and accurate

  • Expands and supports relationships with corporate and individual donors

  • Assumes accountability for securing resources needed to support the organization's mission and strategic plan through annual campaigns, events, donor cultivation, and grant writing

 

Outreach and Communications

  • Provides oversight for all internal and external communications in collaboration with the Board of Directors and staff, including but not limited to maintenance of website, production of e-newsletter and oversight of creation of program materials

  • Serves as an effective spokesperson for Healthy Kids, its mission, clients, supporters, and programs to the Lincoln County community

  • Supports organizational partnerships and programming in accordance with mission

  • Cultivates key relationships on behalf of the organization through outreach and collaboration across the community​

  • Provides community leadership in child abuse prevention/neglect advocacy and public policy

 

Human Resource Management

  • Manages all human resource functions, including the maintenance of personnel policies and procedures with the Board of Directors, office policies and procedures, new hire reporting, job descriptions, evaluation protocols and evaluation forms

  • Provides supervision to all staff ongoing

  • Oversees the recruitment, hiring, development, promotion, evaluation and termination of employees.Ensures compliance with all agency and regulatory policies that cover paid staff, contracted consultants, volunteers, and workers with umbrella organizations

  • Maintains a climate which attracts, keeps, and motivates a diverse group of top­ quality staff and volunteers

 

Financial Management

  • Assures adequate control and accounting of funds, including developing and maintaining sound financial practices

  • Works with the Board of Directors and staff to prepare a budget and sees that the agency functions within its financial guidelines and limitations

  • Oversees all bookkeeping processes with assistance from office assistant

  • Is responsible for overseeing payroll and oversees tax filings

  • Assures maintenance of office records and documents and ensures compliance with federal, state, and local regulations and reporting requirements (such as annual information returns, payroll withholding and reporting)

  • Assures that funds are dispersed according to contract and grant requirements and donor designations

 

Facilities Management

  • Oversees rented office space, lease(s), sub-lease(s) and maintenance

  • Provides direction and oversight in matters of technology

 

Governance and Leadership

  • Provides complete, accurate and timely information to the Board of Directors to help its members make informed decisions

  • Functions within regulations set by the agency’s bylaws and respects the role of Board officers, committee chairs, and the board as a whole

  • Assists the Board of Directors in developing and implementing the strategic plan and goals

  • Works with the Board of Directors to address ongoing operational needs of the organization

 

Experience and Qualifications Professional Qualities Desired

  • Proven leadership - Ability to lead organizations through growth and challenges

  • Strong motivational and team building skills

  • Financial management and budgeting experience

  • Demonstrated proficiency in fundraising and donor management

  • Excellent internal and external communication skills

  • Strategic planning and thinking abilities

  • Excellent interpersonal skills and sensitivity to diversity

 

Experience Required

  • Minimum of three years of relevant professional experience

  • Strong program development and grant writing talents

  • Minimum of Bachelor's degree; Masters in relevant field a plus

  • General computer and technology skills

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Public speaking ability

  • Expertise in program planning and budgeting

  • Demonstrated success in fundraising, including major gifts, planned giving, annual campaigns, direct mail and special events

  • Ability to recruit, train and successfully involve volunteers in organizational activities

  • Expertise in non-profit organization and management

  • Knowledge of child abuse and neglect issues and community-based organizations

  • Ability to work a flexible schedule; including occasional nights and weekends, with some opportunities to telework​

 

This is not an all-inclusive list of duties. The Executive Director may be assigned additional duties by the Board of Directors.