Job Posting Executive Director – Noah’s Hope Child Advocacy Center of Tuscarawas County
Who we are:
Noah’s Hope CAC is a multi-disciplinary child advocacy center located in New Philadelphia, Ohio. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation directed by a board and run by an executive director. Noah’s Hope has an unwavering commitment to providing services to the county’s most vulnerable child victims and utilizes best practice to minimize trauma and make certain that the children and families we serve receive the best possible care and treatment. We are undergoing a period of tremendous growth and are excited for our future.
Job Responsibilities: The Executive Director is a full-time position with responsibility for the day to day operations of the organization with the advice and consent of the board. The responsibilities of this position, include but are not limited to, the following:
- Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) coordination, including presiding over MDT review meetings, facilitating communication among members, orientation of new members, protocol reviews, records keeping, and data tracking;
- Scheduling and coordination of forensic interviews of child victims;
- Public relations with civic organizations, media outlets, volunteers, the public, and numerous stakeholders across multiple disciplines including law enforcement, social services, counseling and medical professionals;
- Supervision of multiple employees and oversight of contractors, develop/update job descriptions, hire staff, update employee policy manual, and maintain personnel records;
- Funding facilitation, including grant writing and reporting, planning and attending fundraising events, solicit donors, present requests and information to local government officials who support the mission and vision of the organization;
- Budgeting and monitoring of expenditures, ensuring ongoing bookkeeping, and arranging regular audits
- Scheduling and coordination of training in areas germane to the work of the CAC, including training of MDT members and comprehensive training and peer review for forensic interviews;
- Participation on local and statewide organizations that support the mission of the CAC;
- Responsibility for the physical CAC location including advising the board of issues and scheduling routine maintenance and other services necessary for the efficient operation of the facility;
- Liaison with the Governing Board, providing reports to the Board, attending Board and committee meetings, and budget development; and
- Managing the remodeling of the CAC’s new facility, as well as a capital campaign for the purchase of that facility.
- Bachelor’s degree required, master’s degree preferred;
- Strong communication skills;
- Experience working with victims of child sexual and severe physical abuse;
- Demonstrated ability to collaborate across different systems and work with various stakeholders;
- Strong organizational skills;
- Experience in budgeting and grant writing;
- Ability to work independently without direct oversight;
- Supervisory experience;
- Willingness to work a flexible schedule to meet the demands of the organization and its clients.
Compensation for this position will be competitive depending on the experience and qualifications of the successful candidate. The CAC also provides paid time off, a contribution toward health insurance, and an 401(k) match. Please submit salary requirements.
Interested persons should send a resumé with three professional references and a letter of interest to Ryan Styer, President of the Board of Noah’s Hope Child Advocacy Center at email@example.com as soon as possible and no later than November 30, 2018. Any questions may be submitted to the same email address.