EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR - Broward Healthy Start Coalition TITLE: Executive Director REPORTS TO: Board of Directors PURPOSE: The Executive Director is responsible for the successful leadership and management of the organization according to the strategic direction set by the Board of Directors. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES • Provides leadership to the Board and Staff by participating with the Board of Directors in developing a vision and strategic plan to guide the organization and communicating same to Staff, stakeholders and the greater community. Advises the Board on all aspects of the organizations activities. Issues communications on behalf of the organization and represents the organization at community activities to enhance the organization’s community profile. • Ensures the fiscal integrity and stability of the organization by managing state funded contracts, grants and other sources of funding. Works with Board of Directors to develop alternative sources of funding by conducting grant writing activities. Assures all funds are administered in accordance with the approved budget and state regulations, and, maintains appropriate internal fiscal controls. • Directs and Manages the Coalition’s Staff and ensures appropriate staffing is in place to facilitate all of the Coalition’s mandates. • Ensures the development and ongoing updates of the Needs Assessment and Service Delivery Plan required by the Florida Department of Health. • Recommends for Board review and approval policies and programs which will further the goals and objectives of the Coalition. • Directs and manages procurement of Coalition’s sub-contracted service providers including any competitive procurement processes, contract negotiations and on-going contract management for providers of Healthy Start services. • Ensures appropriate planning, implementation, and evaluation of the organization’s programs and services to ensure those offered contribute to the organization’s mission and reflect the priorities of the Board. • Leads, directs, coaches, and evaluates Staff in accordance with all appropriate legislation and regulations. • Identifies and evaluates risks to the organization’s people, property, finances, goodwill, and image and implements measures to control risks. 2 | P a g e • Regular and punctual attendance during office hours to ensure prompt and reliable communication among staff, providers, funders, and relevant community groups and stakeholders. • Represents the Coalition in a variety of community venues and facilitates a collaborate partnership with the maternal child health stakeholders and the greater Broward County community to ensure that services for pregnant women, infants and toddlers are accessible and provided in accordance within state mandated guidelines and regulations. • Facilitates training and technical assistance needs of Coalition Staff, its Board of Directors, its contracted providers, and its community partners on issues that promote the Coalition’s mission and ensure quality services. • Ensures the maintenance of all records of the Coalition. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS • Bachelor’s degree in public administration, health administration, business administration, social services, or related field. Master’s degree preferred. • 5+ years management/supervisory experience preferably in a public health, nonprofit or government organization. • Demonstrated experience in working with a Board of Directors. • 3+ years contract management, grant writing and fundraising experience. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES • Knowledge of financial management, including ability to develop budgets, monitor expenditures and present financial reports. • Knowledge of governmental funding. • Proficient computer skills (Excel, Word or WordPerfect, database management). • Knowledge of legislation, HIPAA, State, County, and DCF regulations applicable to the organization. • Knowledge of leadership and management principles as they relate to non-profit organizations. • Knowledge of current community challenges and opportunities relating to the organization’s mission. WORKING CONDITIONS AND PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS • Usually works in office with occasional work in non-standard locations, including outdoors. • Requires operation of a computer, telephone, and other office and communication equipment. SALARY: Between $60,000 and $80,000 annually based on prior experience. The Coalition offers an attractive benefits packages that includes paid health insurance, paid annual and sick leave, and employer contributions to 4013B after first year of service. APPLICATION PROCESS: Submit resume and cover letter to the following email address no later than Tuesday, September 22, 2014 by 5:00pm: email@example.com. Please direct all questions pertaining to this position to Donna Sogegian, Executive Director, Broward Healthy Start Coalition at 954-563-7583 x 1302.
DEVELOPMENT MANAGER POSITION The American Lung Association of the Southeast, Inc. seeks a development manager to assist with fund raising initiatives in the Broward and Miami-Dade Counties. This position is responsible for achieving local development goals through collaboration with local volunteers and community and corporate leaders. The development manager will be responsible for recruiting and supporting volunteers for specific fundraising/subcommittee assignments, assist in promoting the American Lung Association to local community and training volunteers in fundraising techniques. Minimum three years demonstrated successful experience in fundraising, event planning and volunteer management. A bachelor degree is required. Experience in managing pledge-based special events such as a walk/run is preferred. Experience using Convio is a plus. Must be a self starter with excellent verbal, writing and computer skills. Extensive local and occasional overnight travel required and must have reliable transportation. Occasional nights and weekend hours. Non smoker. Interested candidates must send cover letter with salary requirements, resume and referenc