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Executive Director - ALSO Youth Bachelor's Degree Job

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Job Summary

The Executive Director is the CEO of the ALSO Youth (AY) Center(s) and is responsible for the overall administration and management of the Center(s), including all personnel, fiscal, and operational matters. The Executive Director will provide leadership in executing on the AY strategy (as articulated by the Board of Directors) and oversight on all programs, services, fundraising development, and community outreach. The Executive Director is expected to work closely and collaboratively with the Board of Directors and Committee Chairs on all Center matters. The Executive Director is expected to work with the youth population served by ALSO Youth and must be able to pass a comprehensive criminal background and credit check. The Executive Director position is a full-time, exempt status position, requiring a flexible work schedule, including some nights and weekends. This position offers paid vacation, holidays, and sick days.

Reports To

Board Chair

Responsibilities

  • Center Operations
    • Establish and/or revise Center(s) operation processes and procedures including (but not limited to) safety, permissible uses, and welcoming environment
    • Ensure adequate staffing and volunteers to maintain Center(s) drop-in hours and services
    • With consultation from the Board, develop an annual budget and staffing projections and manage to the approved budget
    • Prepare monthly financial documentation for bookkeeper/accountant
  • Personnel Management
    • Hire, train, and supervise staff and evaluate staff performance
    • Create or revise, as needed, comprehensive job descriptions
    • Establish performance standards and criteria for annual performance reviews
    • Manage staffing budget within approved parameters
  • Fundraising
    • Working collaboratively with the Board and Committee Chairs, implement a comprehensive fundraising plan to include individual giving, corporate and foundation giving, planned giving (legacy), event planning and grant writing
    • Actively support the ALSO Youth Ambassador Program to attract and grow supporters and donors
  • Programming
    • Overall management of Center(s) programs and activities, including but not limited to:
      • implementing programs and services
      • evaluating the effectiveness of programs and services
      • effectively allocating budget and resources
  • Outreach and Inclusive Community Building
    • Act as the public face of ALSO Youth in all dealings with the public and other organizations at the local, state, and/or national level
    • Join community youth serving organizations
    • Promote positive public relations and actively educate on AY’s mission, programs, and services
    • Conduct presentations and service training, as appropriate, to community organizations, corporations, and government entities to educate on LGBTQIA+ youth issues and support building inclusive communities
    • Identify and cultivate new partnerships and alliances to grow AY programs and services
    • Regularly communicate with AY constituents through ongoing communications via website, e-newsletters, and social media
  • Board Relations
    • Attend all Board of Directors regular and Committee meetings and collaborate with Board President on meeting agendas
    • Keep the Board fully informed on all Center(s) operations
    • Provide monthly ED report
    • Serve as a liaison to Board Committees
    • Work collaboratively with the Board to establish short-term and long-range planning and goals
  • Legal Compliance
    • Ensure the organization complies with local, state, and federal regulations
    • Identify and communicate the need to consult with legal counsel, when required

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred equivalent work experience will be considered
  • Attainment of a MSW, MPA, MBA, JD or other equivalent advanced degree is a plus
  • Five or more years of professional experience, including a minimum of three years’ experience in nonprofit administration with significant experience in leadership and supervisory positions – prior experience in an Executive Director position is preferred
  • Demonstrated ability to implement fundraising plans including donor cultivation and grant writing. Preference will be given to demonstrated experience in creating and executing an endowment campaign and/or capital fundraising initiative
  • Strategic thinker with strong analytical skills and attention to detail
  • Proven success in developing and implementing programming
  • Demonstrated ability in public speaking and interpersonal relationships
  • Relevant and demonstrable experience working with youth and young adults
  • Relevant and demonstrable experience with the LGBTQIA+ community and with LGBTQIA+ groups or organizations
  • Ability to advocate on LBGTQIA+ issues of importance to AY and our community
  • Experience hiring, training, and managing paid staff and volunteers
  • Excellent verbal and written skills, including giving clear and concise direction
  • Good listener and comfortable working in a multi-cultural environment

Compensation

Negotiable

How to Apply

Please submit a brief cover letter, including salary expectations, résumé, and references as attachments via email to: resumes@alsoyouth.org with Subject Line: ALSO Youth ED Search No calls or agencies, please. All inquiries or referrals will be held in strict confidence.

ALSO Youth

(https://alsoyouth.org)

Company Description
ALSO Youth serves LGBTQIA+ youth in Sarasota and Manatee counties through a combination of safe space drop-in center(s) and programming and services. ALSO Youth was founded 27 years ago and serves hundreds of youths annually through the Center(s) and outreach programs. ALSO Youth is a Non-Profit Charity that provides peer support services, educational programs, advocacy, and referrals for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, intersex, and questioning youth ages 13 to 21, their families and friends, and the community, thereby enhancing self-esteem, promoting healthy dialogue, and increasing awareness of sexual minority youth issues.