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50089137/13/20187/13/20188/1/2018Vice President of Finance & Chief Financial OfficerLutheran Child and Family Services of Illinois improves the well-being of people across the state by protecting children, strengthening families and building futures for those who have experienced trauma. We do this as a leading provider of a variety of child welfare services. We serve children, individuals, families and communities of all faiths, races, orientations and ethnic backgrounds. LCFS traces its roots to 1873 when several Lutheran churches in northern Illinois established the German Evangelical Lutheran Orphan Home in Addison, Illinois. Opening its doors that year to six young children, the orphan home grew quickly and expanded its services over the years. Today, LCFS has approximately 300 employees at 10 office sites across Illinois partnering to provide impactful and values-driven services for the betterment of those we serve. SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITIES The Vice President of Finance & Chief Financial Officer is responsible for establishing the Agency’s overall financial strategy, policies & procedures, accounting practices, and general financial recordkeeping functions. In addition, the Vice President of Finance & Chief Financial Officer serves as a key member of the Agency’s Corporate Officers Committee, setting annual and longer term strategic plans. This position will also be responsible for the management of the accounting, budgeting, and financial statement processes. EDUCATIONAL/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS A bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance, a minimum ten years of broad-based experience required. Advanced degree, CPA,3-5 years in public accounting, experience in a not-for-profit entity and experience working with the State of Illinois preferred. KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITY 1. Ability to identify and resolve complex issues. 2. Excellent verbal and written abilities. 3. Ability to work in and lead teams. 4. Ability to work with and maintain highly confidential information. 5. Ability to prioritizes and handles multiple projects. 6. Ability to work with senior management to provide strategic recommendations based on financial analysis and projections. 7. Ability to manage finance function that includes both direct staff and third party off-shore outsourced partner. 8. Ability to motivate staff, both onsite direct staff and off-shore third party accounting contractor local team 9. Adapts to changing business conditions quickly. 10. Analyzes and recommends novel solutions to complex issues. 11. Ability to direct the creation of clear and concise financial reports to aid in the functioning of the Agency, relying on a strong analytical background. 12. Knowledge of billing and collections with a strong general accounting background. 13. Knowledge of computers with the ability to understand accounting systems, PC spreadsheets, and other financial data systems preferred 14. Ability and knowledge to assist others less financially astute in performance metrics for the Agency. 15. Ability to bring structure and order to an environment, while identifying and implementing process improvements. COMPENSATION The compensation package is based on meeting job qualifications and is competitive with comparable community-based nonprofits in the region. Interested individuals should send their resumes and cover letters by email by August 1, 2018, to: LCFS CFO Search Committee Lutheran Child and Family Services of Illinois is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to recruiting a broadly diverse pool of qualified candidates for this position. EOE ( to: CFOSearch@LCFS.orgOak Brook Terrace, ILLutheran Child and Family Services of IllinoisCFOSearch@LCFS.org5008913
50601887/13/20187/13/20189/13/2018DirectorTC Harris School and TC Harris Academy (100% employee owned) has more than 200 employees and over 100 students. TC Harris School (TCH) is a therapeutic school offering day services, group home living, and residential care to students identified with special education needs and behavioral challenges. TCH provides expert care for students who represent a wide range of intellectual/developmental disabilities and emotional disturbances, helping them find greater independence, gain emotional and behavioral control, and achieve positive outcomes. TC Harris School is part of ORP located in Oconomowoc, WI. ORP is an employee-owned family of companies making a difference in the lives of people with disabilities. With service locations throughout Wisconsin and Indiana, the dedicated staff of more than 2,000 people provides quality services and professional care to more than 1,500 children, adolescents, and adults with significant needs. Position: The Director will report to the COO – Children’s Services at ORP. He/She will oversee the school’s day services, group home living, and residential care to students. Qualification Requirements: • a Masters degree in social work, counseling or a related human service area of study is required; • a minimum of four years of supervisory and administrative experience in a child welfare agency or therapeutic setting that serves children or one year of supervisory experience and a current license issued by the behavioral health and human services licensing board as a clinical social worker, marriage and family therapist, mental health counselor or a social worker; • a minimum of five years of work experience in the human services field, with a minimum of three years of leadership experience that demonstrates an ability to lead, plan and manage operational and financial aspects of the business; • prior residential experience with a population of children with developmental disabilities, mental health, autism and intense behaviors; • demonstrated knowledge in current treatment interventions and therapeutic modalities consistent with organization philosophies required; • knowledge and experience with Indiana child welfare systems preferred.Please send resume to Roger Simpson - ras@andersonexecsearch.comLafayette, INTC Harris Schoolhttp://www.tcharrisschool.com5060188
50601557/11/20187/11/20188/13/2018Clinical TherapistArrow Child & Family Ministries is seeking a Therapist for the Residential Treatment Center in Amarillo, TX. The Amarillo location provides temporary shelter and care for children in the custody of Child Protective Services. This position includes, establishing treatment plans, monitoring progress, and collaborating with staff members in the care of these children. The position is also responsible for integrating Arrow Child & Family Ministries' approaches into all aspects of the treatment strategiesPlease apply via the link providedAmarillo, TXArrow Child & Family Ministries
50359537/9/20187/9/20189/30/2018Executive DirectorOverview Pasco Kids First is a private, not-for-profit organization headquartered in New Port Richey serving Pasco and Hernando Counties with additional offices in Hudson, Dade City, Trilby and Brooksville. The Board of Directors is currently seeking a full time Executive Director. Originally founded 29 years ago, it now serves as the parent agency for four primary community services; the Healthy Families Pasco-Hernando Program, the Child Protection Team, the Trauma Treatment Program, and the Sexual Assault Victim Exams Program (SAVE). The successful candidate will demonstrate the ability to deploy and enhance the agency’s strategic plan to assure continued growth and development, maintain fiscal integrity, effective administration of programs and the ability to function as both a leader and team member. Other key duties include fundraising, marketing and community outreach. The position reports directly to the Board of Directors. Candidates are subject to credit and background checks. Minimum Requirements/Experience • Master’s Degree/MBA preferred • 5 years experience leading a not-for-profit organization including management of people and other organizational resources • 501(c)3 experience • Demonstrated knowledge of the dynamics of child abuse and neglect. • Transparent/high integrity leadership • Budget management skills, including budget preparation, analysis, decision making, and reporting • Strong organizational abilities including planning, delegating, program development and task facilitation • Ability to convey agency vision to staff, Board, business partners, and county, state, and federal liaisons. • Knowledge and execution of fundraising strategies and community relations unique to nonprofit sector • Collaboration and motivational skills • Strong public speaking ability • Proficiency in basic business software and systems • Valid Driver’s License Responsibilities Board Governance – Works with the Board of Directors in order to fulfill the agency’s mission as defined by the Board. Responsible for communicating effectively with the Board, providing timely and accurately all information necessary for the Board of Directors to function properly to make informed decisions. Financial Performance – Develops resources sufficient to ensure the financial health of the organization, responsible for fiscal management that anticipates operating within the approved budget, ensures maximum resource utilization, and positive maintenance of agency’s financial position. Responsible for fundraising and developing resources as needed to support the agency’s mission. Organization Mission/Strategy- Works with Board and staff to ensure that the mission is fulfilled through programs, strategic planning, and community outreach. Organization Operations – Oversees and implements appropriate resources to ensure that the operations of the organization are appropriate. Responsible for signing all notes, agreements, and other instruments made and entered into and on behalf of the agency.Apply online at or send letter of interest and resume directly to Paul Friedlander at or 4934 Orange Grove Way, Palm Harbor, FL 34684 for mailing. For more information, contact (727)641-0575.New Port Richey, FLPasco Kids First
50601557/9/20187/9/20188/9/2018Executive DirectorArrow Child & Family Ministries is seeking an Executive Director for its Residential Treatment Center in Amarillo, TX. The Amarillo RTC is a 53-bed comprehensive care and recovery program for children and youth, ages 12-18, who have been impacted by trauma. The Executive Director is responsible for all operational and clinical support for this residential facility located in Amarillo, TX. You will provide oversight for the Program Director and the Clinical Director and we prefer that the Executive Director have experience in environments that utilize trauma-informed care or TBRI. Supervisory experience is a must for this position. The position requires the ability to develop and maintain relationship with external stakeholders such as law enforcement, state and local agencies and fellow professionals.We encourage you to apply via the link provided.Amarillo, TXArrow Child & Family Ministries
50504117/3/20187/3/20188/3/2018Chief Financial OfficerSaintA’s mission is to facilitate equity, learning, healing and wellness by restoring the connections that help children and families thrive. Job Purpose: The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) will serve as a member of the Senior Executive Team and will be responsible for developing and establishing financial organizational strategies by contributing financial and accounting information, analysis, and recommendations to strategic thinking and direction, establishing functional objectives in line with the organizational objectives, goals and mission. The CFO will provide executive oversight of the Information Technology team to ensure the IT leadership and staff resources achieve the IT functions and strategic goals to support high functioning technology systems. The CFO will also provide oversight of Environmental Services to include short and long term space planning, capital investments and safe buildings. Duties: • Provide oversight and financial reporting on all financial matters of SaintA and its subsidiaries to include financial planning, forecasting and budgeting • Oversee all compliance and recognition of contract, funding and private grants, internal recordkeeping, controls and procedures • Ensure prudent management of SaintA funds by reviewing and negotiating vendor relationships • Oversee the annual audit and retirement plan audit and serve as co-fiduciary on both the SaintA 403(b) plan and Capitol West Academy 401(k) plan • In coordination with the CEO and leadership team, identify and participate in the evaluation of strategic opportunities supportive of the Agency’s mission o Evaluate potential alliances, strategic planning and acquisitions and/or mergers and investments, and pinpoint opportunities and areas that may be considered for expansion or reorganization • Overall responsibility for the Agency Risk Management program and remain up to date on nonprofit best practices and new regulations, state and federal laws relating to SaintA Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Master’s Degree preferred; CPA required • Minimum of 10 years’ of experience in the non-profit industry preferred • Management and Supervisory experience • Proven ability to work collaboratively with Vendors, Board of Directors, Executive and Leadership team members; to include budget managers in order to assist them in preforming their responsibilities to succeed in fiscal management Position Details: • Full-time • Executive Team Member • Direct supervision of the Director of Finance, Information Technology Director and Environmental Services Supervisor • Reports directly to the President and CEO • Own reliable transportation, meet agency auto insurance requirements and have a valid driver’s license with an acceptable driving record Interested parties please submit a cover letter and resume online. Minority candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Equal Employment Opportunity: Minority/Female/Handicapped/VeteranSubmit cover letter and resume online to SaintA website:, WISaintA
50595036/26/20186/26/20188/26/2018Social Services Administrator-Child Welfare ServicesSolano County Health and Social Services is looking for a collaborative and strategic leader to become the next Social Services Administrator within Child Welfare Services (CWS). Solano County was formed in 1850 and its jurisdiction spans over 900 square miles. With its county seat in Fairfield, the Board of Supervisors consists of five members, elected for four-year terms of office. Within its population of 445,458, the three cities of Fairfield, Vacaville, and Vallejo make up over 300,000 in population. The Social Services Administrator-Child Welfare Services is a division-level management position that reports to the Deputy Director of the Division. Child Welfare Services is a State supervised, County administered program. The program’s purpose is to prevent, identify and respond to allegations of child abuse and neglect. Families in the child welfare system receive services so that children can remain safely in their homes, and children who are temporarily removed from their homes can reunify with their families. Reporting to the Social Services Administrator-Child Welfare Services are an Office Coordinator, a Social Services Program Coordinator, 7 staff assigned to Foster Care Eligibility, 4 staff assigned to Continuous Quality Improvement, 4 staff assigned to Records, and a Grievance Officer. A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university is required, preferably with a major in Social Work, Business, Public Administration, or a related field. A Master’s degree in Social Work is preferred. The position requires a minimum of five (5) years of progressively responsible experience in the delivery of community social services. The experience must include direct program management and supervision of professional staff, coupled with experience in public administration to include: budget preparation, program planning/evaluation, and supervision. The annual salary range for the exempt position of Social Services Administrator-Child Welfare Services is $109,957 to $133,654. The County also offers an excellent benefit package.All interested candidates should apply by Monday, July 9, 2018 to Ralph Andersen & Associates by submitting a compelling cover letter and comprehensive resume to Top candidates will be invited for a comprehensive interview process tentatively set for the week of July 23, 2018. Additionally, a supplemental questionnaire may be required with responses to specific questions and submittal of sample work products.Fairfield, CASolano County Health & Social Serviceshttp://www.ralphandersen.com5059503
50545876/26/20186/26/20188/26/2018Adoption Assistance and Kinship Program Supports SpecialistThe Child Safety and Permanency Division is seeking an Adoption Assistance and Kinship Program Supports Specialist. This position is part of a team that ensures public funds are spent in accordance with federal and state laws. Under general supervision this position will assume a diverse set of roles and responsibilities to support consumers, County, Tribal and private agencies working within the scope of Adoption and Kinship Assistance. Pay ranges from $20.98-$30.60/hour GREAT BENEFITS PACKAGE! The State of MN offers a comprehensive benefits package including low cost medical and dental insurance, employer paid life insurance, short term disability, retirement plan, generous vacation and sick leave and much more! To learn more, click here ( or visit, click on External Applicants, and search for Job ID: 24544. Apply Here: PI103060196Apply Here: Paul, MinnesotaMinnesota Department of Human Services
50190896/19/20186/19/20188/19/2018CEO/PresidentFamily & Children’s Service of Niagara is seeking a full time CEO/President to provide leadership toward the achievement of the organization’s vision, mission, strategies, and goals. The successful candidate will have an innovative spirit and a commitment to and passion for the agency’s mission. A minimum of five years of senior leadership and fund development experience, financial acumen, strong communication skills, a track record of achieving organizational success, a collaborative work style and experience working with a Board of Directors are required. Preference will be given to candidates with working experience in the non-profit sector. Preferred educational background: Masters Degree in human services and/or a management-related discipline.Please send a letter of interest, resume, salary requirements, and three references to by July 20, 2018. No phone calls please.Niagara Falls, NYFamily & Children's Service of Niagaraexecutivesearch@niagarafamily.org5019089
50596596/15/20186/15/20188/15/2018Chief Program OfficerAlbertina Kerr seeks a visionary, forwarding-thinking nonprofit professional with outstanding leadership skills to serve as its next Chief Program Officer. Since 1907, Albertina Kerr has strengthened Oregon families and communities. Today, it provides programs and services to children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and mental health challenges, empowering them to live richer lives. With over 700 employees and a budget of $43 million, Albertina Kerr currently serves more than 1,100 people each year. For more information about Albertina Kerr, please visit The Chief Program Officer reports to the CEO and is the executive designated full responsibility for the functioning, growth and development of program operations. The positon oversees the program budgets and program staff of approximately 500. Candidates should have outstanding, proven leadership qualities, and demonstrated success in managing complex programs. The CPO should have strong business acumen which will enable this individual to make effective decisions regarding the future growth of the agency. A strong work ethic, good sense of humor, a sense of compassion, and a sincere dedication to the mission and the people served by Albertina Kerr will be strongly valued. Ideally, candidates will have a minimum of ten to fifteen years of leadership experience in the development of human service programs, administration of grant and contract funded programs, and being accountable for programs that provide services for people who have disabilities and mental health challenges. Experience in both Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and Mental Health Services would be highly valued, as would a background in 24-hour care facilities. Experience with program design and program analysis is desired, as is the ability to assess trends in the marketplace. The CPO will have a strong commitment to high quality treatment and care for people with disabilities, children with mental health challenges, and their families. A Master’s degree in social work, health care or public administration, nursing, psychology or a related field is required.Albertina Kerr has retained Morris & Berger to conduct the Chief Program Officer search. To apply and to review the full position description, please submit application, including resume and a letter of interest, in confidence to Morris & Berger through their website:, ORAlbertina Kerrhttp://www.albertinakerr.org5059659
50596596/13/20186/13/20188/13/2018Title IV-E Foster Care ConsultantThe Minnesota Department of Human Services is seeking a Title IV-E Foster Care Consultant to provide analysis and oversight of the implementation of state and federal laws, rules, and polices regarding delivery of child placement services and Title IV-E of the Social Security Act to all Minnesota child servicing and caring systems. The new incumbent will assist county and tribal social service agencies in the implementation of Title IV-E maintenance provisions and the systems requirements (SSIS, MAXIS, Licensing, etc.) This position also provides Title IV-E foster care program guidance to the department as well as public and private child placement agencies. For more information and to apply visit us at PI102850316Complete online application at Paul, MNMinnesota Department of Human Services
50179326/11/20186/11/20187/11/2018Director of DevelopmentDIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT ANNOUNCEMENT Auberle is seeking a passionate, mission driven, servant-leader to be part of the agency Executive Team. Organization: Auberle is a dynamic, award winning, human service agency operating 25 program services from multiple sites with 240 staff serving about 4,000 at risk people annually throughout Southwestern PA. The agency launched 5 new programs since July 1, 2017. Auberle is a collaborative force in the region with 80+ partners in our 412 Youth Zone and 60+ businesses and 40 agencies in our Employment Institute. The success of those we serve has been recognized with many awards including the national Aramark Organizational Leadership Award this February for both excellence and how we operate: with Equity, listening to those we serve and collaboration; national Agency of the Year by the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities; Wishart Award for Excellence in Nonprofit Management; Smart 50 Agency by Smart Business magazine, and this December we received the Innovation Award from the Pittsburgh Business Times, the only human service agency recognized. Five years in a row now the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette has named Auberle a Best Place to Work by. Position Overview: The focus of the Director of Development is on achieving results which are aligned with the larger picture of the organization and its strategic goals. Initiative, coupled with a sense of competitive drive, and the ability to stay focused on results despite changing conditions, is the key to achieving the performance objectives of this job. Because environmental and organizational conditions change rapidly, the work involves innovation and creativity in generating ideas for quick response. Decision-making is focused on implementing practical, timely solutions. The Director will be expected to participate on a national level in our networks. This position is very important to Auberle. With the growth of Auberle services noted above, fund raising is used to create sustainable programs to solve seemingly intractable problems and drives innovation and upgrades to programs, facilities, and staff development. The job requires getting things done quickly and handling a variety of activities. Self-assurance, and the confidence to purposely drive toward results while problem-solving and engaging the commitment of others is essential. A leadership style that is firm and goal oriented, and yet motivates, trains, and engages others in an enthusiastic way is important. The emphasis on building rapport and relationships with individuals and groups requires an outgoing, poised and persuasive communication style. The Director of Development will lead the efforts of fundraising, marketing communications, and volunteer management. The Director also provides agency wide leadership on the Executive Team. The Director of Development reports to the Chief Executive Officer and supervises 3.5 other professionals. The position supports the development efforts of two dedicated Boards of Directors and a large base of 6/5/18 Page 2 of 2 volunteers. The position benefits from being in an agency that documents successful outcome data in every program. Each year the department raises in excess of $1.4 million. Key Performance Objectives: 1. Create and execute a comprehensive development plan that utilizes performance metrics in conjunction with the agency Strategic Plan. 2. Lead and inspire the development team with positive reinforcement and help them develop their skills and abilities. 3. Market the agency using outcome data regularly to all constituencies, including donors, referral agencies, key decision makers and clients. 4. Expand our network to increase the number of individual and corporate donors and our level of unrestricted donations to support innovation. 5. Establish and sustain internal and external relationships: Use strong communication skills and marketing abilities to establish and manage relationships professionally, both within and outside the organization. 6. Administer the department: Manage the budget. Review and create departmental policies and procedures as needed. 7. Participate in agency planning: Offer insight and guidance to the short and long term planning of the agency and participate as an active member of the agency executive team regarding key agency strategies. Be a servant leader competent in the Sanctuary Model and committed to following the precepts of our mission. 8. Lead and follow as needed. Principal Qualifications and Skills 1. Five or more years of experience in the following: Fundraising, Marketing or Sales; Managing staff and budgets; Performance-based organizations; and Mission-based environments 2. Holistic approach to development to raise friends, funds, and awareness 3. Proven track record of creating and executing a development plan with history of securing unrestricted funding and direct solicitation of gifts. Comparable sales experience also considered 4. Outstanding relationship building skills with internal and external constituents 5. Excellent verbal and electronic communication skills 6. Ability to communicate a passion for Auberle's mission of working with children and families 7. Proven ability to research and benchmark practices and employ data to guide decisions 8. Knowledge of database management and understanding of systems to support the position 9. Experience with managing budgets 10. Act 33/34 clearances required APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS: Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume with salary history to Suzanne Taleff, Only candidates selected for interviews will be notified. Auberle is an equal opportunity employer.Send a cover letter and resume with salary history to Suzanne Taleff, suzannet@auberle.orgMcKeesport, PAAuberlehttps://www.auberle.org5017932
50588496/8/20186/8/20187/9/2018Family-Teaching Couple (Houseparents)Overview of Job This position can be considered for any of our locations in Washington D.C, Rhode Island, Nebraska, North Florida, Central Florida or Louisiana. *We currently have immediate needs at all of our locations. To explore the day in the life of a Family-Teaching Couple, please visit this address: Live on-site in a Boys Town Family Home and provide direct care for 6-8 at-risk youth through creating a safe and loving family-style living environment Provide emotional support utilizing praise, positive feedback, affection and empathy to build ones self-confidence and respect Use rational problem solving techniques to teach youth critical thinking skills, assist with behavioral problems, counsel through personal issues and provide crisis intervention Plan, participate and provide opportunities for individual and family activities that are both educational and entertaining Display and teach parenting, family and relationship skills to youth, legal guardians and caretakers to create family engagement Maintain contact with both internal and external consumers agencies to obtain or provide information regarding youth’s behaviors, strategies and progress Prepare written records for household budgeting, tracking youth progress, reporting incidents/behaviors and document youth medical needs and appointments Teach and role model Boys Town values and ethical behaviors, as well as support and encourage participation in regular religious activities Supervise the activities of assigned Assistant Family-Teacher to aid in their development and success Manage the daily operating schedule of the home; assist with youth transportation needs, and overall household upkeep Benefits Annual starting salary of $68,000 per couple (Dependent upon location) Benefits package that includes health, dental and vision insurance; a 401K retirement plan; paid vacation and sick leave Significantly subsidized living expenses, which include rent, utilities, and a monthly household budget (Dependent upon location) Opportunities to earn college credit while working Career advancement opportunities within the organization Relocation Assistance Company vehicle Required Qualifications Be at least 21 years of age or older, except if applying for Washington D.C. due to contractual requirements one must be at least 22 years of age or older High School diploma or equivalent is required, some college credit is preferred Valid driver’s license with good driving record and ability to pass MVR Check Flexibility and willingness to work a wide array of hours, which includes days, evenings, weekends and holidays Ability to pass a thorough background check and reference verification procedure in order to determine one’s fitness to satisfactorily and safely care for youth Ability to attend a 2-weeks paid training in Omaha, Nebraska Keywords social work, family advocacy, wrap-around services, foster care, case planning, case management, mental health, psychology, sociology, human services, CASA, social services, criminal justice, criminology, education, oviedo, tallahassee, omaha, portsmouth, washington dc, new orleans, house parent, houseparent This advertisement describes the general nature of work to be performed and does not include an exhaustive list of all duties, skills, or abilities required. Boys Town is an equal employment opportunity employer and participates in the E-Verify program. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status. To request a disability-related accommodation in the application process, contact us at 1-877-639-6003.[{%22Key%22:%22ALL%22,%22Value%22:null}]&Omaha, NEBoys Town
50573996/8/20186/8/20188/8/2018President & CEOEstablished over forty years ago, Kenneth Young Center is a premier community-based, behavioral health and senior services organization serving over 12,000 individuals annually in the northwest suburbs of Chicago, Illinois. Accredited by the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, Kenneth Young Center provides out-patient assessment, counseling, psychiatric, recovery, and support services for children, youth, adults, and families, and social services for frail elderly, primarily within the Elk Grove and Schaumburg townships. We seek a proven human services leader who has been a catalyst in fulfilling an agency's vision. This entrepreneurial individual would bring leadership characterized by an ability to garner broad community support, increase visibility of the organization, and advance core programming. An innovative organizational thinker, who will further KYC’s development and impact, is highly desired. We seek a leader who communicates the agency's mission with enthusiasm. The ability to relate to a wide variety of constituents including elected officials, municipal, state and federal bureaucracies, businesses, civic groups, donors, neighbors, regulators and advocates is essential. Understanding and experience within managed-care environments is highly preferred. Given the unique and diverse revenue streams at the organization, the ideal candidate will demonstrate a proven track record of successfully negotiating large, complex contractual agreements in both the public and private sectors. Specific experience in social service management is highly preferred. At minimum, an affinity for the creation and delivery of human services to individuals with mental illness and seniors must be evident through previous professional experiences. A proven ability to hire, coach, and lead employees in multiple locations as an effective team of closely coordinated, highly professional, self-accountable staff members is a must. Experience in Board development is a plus. Experience in fundraising and donor engagement (i.e. cultivation, solicitation and stewardship) is important. A proven track record of having secured gifts and grants is highly preferred. The successful candidate will have demonstrated skills in operations and business management. Experience making strategic decisions in program design, development, and management in pursuit of board goals is expected. A master’s degree from an accredited college or university is required. Clinical experience, while advantageous, is not required. Affiliation with and leadership in local, state, or national professional or trade associations related to human services would be a plus.Applications for the position are being received exclusively by Kittleman & Associates, LLC. To apply, please send a current resume and letter of introduction to Kittleman & Associates, LLC at Grove Village, ILKenneth Young Center
50112826/6/20186/6/20188/6/2018PresidentTHE ORGANIZATION: The Council on Accreditation (COA) is an international, independent, nonprofit, human service accrediting organization. COA accredits or is in the process of accrediting more than 1,800 public and private organizations serving more than seven million individuals and families internationally. COA currently accredits over 45 different service areas that apply to over 125 types of programs. The COA community is deeply committed to promoting best practice standards, championing quality, and advocating for accreditation. With the support of over 30 national and international organizations, a cadre of 500 volunteers, and a highly skilled and dedicated board of trustees and passionate staff numbering 60, COA pursues its mission with vigor. Recognizing the importance of re-envisioning COA’s response to emerging societal and market conditions, in 2017, the organization worked with The Bridgespan Group to develop a 2020 Strategic Plan. There are five key goals that emerged: a differentiated, high impact value proposition; an increase in the number of accredited organizations; greater impact on beneficiary outcomes; financial sustainability; and a positive impact on the human services field through knowledge sharing. ?THE OPPORTUNITY: The President will translate COA’s ambitious strategic plan into action, deepen outcomes for individuals and families as well as increase revenue and market share. Based in New York City and reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), s/he will specifically oversee COA’s program and services portfolio, and: • Partner with the CEO, board of directors, and colleagues to implement the strategic five-year plan and the new processes and approaches needed to achieve it. • Enhance COA’s external profile with sharpened messaging about the value of accreditation. • Represent the organization externally with client organizations, programmatic partners and others. Increase the number of private and public organizations accredited by COA, and accompanying revenue. • In partnership with finance, ensure budgets and investments dually achieve impact objectives and organizational sustainability. • Evolve service offerings to streamline client accreditation processes: drive client service and engagement; support program leaders and teams in ongoing process improvement initiatives, leveraging their best ideas; facilitate cross-departmental collaboration; build adaptive, transparent processes that remove barriers and support sustainable future growth; and identify/address bottlenecks to program delivery. • Inspire diverse teams and embody COA’s core values. • Promote a highly engaged organizational culture of excellence and continuous improvement that equally values quality, accountability, innovation, agility, teamwork and is reflective of the diversity of COA’s clients and their beneficiaries. • Drive coordination, and internal communications, across program teams and initiatives; develop workplans with specific timeframes ad deliverables; measure progress against goals. • Mentor and manage leaders across the program division’s inter-dependent departments: Business Development, Client Relations, Standards Development, Accreditation Operations, and IT/Business Intelligence; and • In partnership with HR, ensure program team roles, responsibilities and professional development opportunities allow talented, passionate staff to grow in their careers, while also allowing COA to attract future talent. QUALIFICATIONS • Significant organizational leadership experience in a high-performing accreditation, social services nonprofit or socially-responsible business. Has overseen a complex program model and delivered both programmatic and financial results (ideally including earned revenue) within a “values-driven”, mission-centric organization. • Track record of: exceeding goals; bottom-line growth; and charting a higher impact course through his/her leadership. Can point to tangible examples of success in refining and executing on ambitious strategic plans, setting clear priorities, guiding investment in people and systems, as well as increasing productivity while enhancing innovation. Must bring rigor and analysis to problem-solving and decision-making. • Strategic and agile with the ability to implement while anticipating – and building toward -- future program and financial needs. • Action-oriented, collaborative and transparent leader who builds a positive culture and has successfully championed change management initiatives with mission-driven colleagues. Brings the skills, sensitivity, and confidence to build organizational and staff capacity, tapping into the power of each team member. • Persuasive and effective written, oral, interpersonal, and presentation skills, with the political savvy to effectively partner internally and externally with diverse audiences. • Other qualities: resourceful, adaptive, energetic, people-developer, with strong business acumen, creative resourcefulness, judgment, resilience, humor, and a genuine commitment to serving vulnerable populations. • Advanced degree preferred (ideally an MSW/MBA, MPP/MPA, J.D.) COA will offer a very attractive compensation package, including a competitive base salary as well as health, 401(k), tuition/professional development and vacation benefits. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. If you are a qualified individual with a disability or a disabled veteran, and unable or limited in your ability to use or access this site as a result of your disability, you may request a reasonable accommodation by calling (617) 564-3779.To apply, please visit: YorkCouncil on Accreditation
50504116/1/20186/1/20187/31/2018Licensed Treatment ProfessionalJob Purpose: The Outpatient Clinic provides strength based, trauma informed clinical services. The Licensed Treatment Professional is an integral part of the Outpatient Clinic team; providing individual, family, group therapy and family engagement services. Duties: • Provide effective, evidenced based clinical services • Develop and implement treatment plans in conjunction with the client and his/her parents if applicable • Employ a trauma informed care perspective in treatment • Assist families in crisis resolution and de-escalation through developing appropriate crisis plan • NMT and mental health consultation, provide timely and thorough assessments • Build positive relationships with collateral contacts and networks appropriately to maintain referral relationships • Develop a network of community support and resources • Assist the individual and families navigate and negotiate access to services and resources in the community Qualifications: • Master’s or Doctorate Degree in Social Work, Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy, Clinical Psychology or equivalent • LCSW, LPC, LMFT, Psychologist Licensure • Minimum 2 years’ post master’s experience providing individual, child, group and family therapy preferred Position Details: • Full or Part time, some evening hours • Clinic environment with option for some in-home • Own reliable transportation, meet agency auto insurance requirements and have a valid driver’s license with an excellent driving record • Reports directly to the Chief Program Officer of Community Services Organizational Information: SaintA’s mission is to facilitate equity, learning, healing and wellness by restoring the connections that help children and families thrive. SaintA is a Wisconsin provider of family centered care and educational services. SaintA has an acute focus on trauma informed care (TIC), which is a philosophy and practice that acknowledges the profound effects of trauma on the developing brain. Together with our families, SaintA works to recognize the neurobiological effects of trauma and address them with evidence-informed care, leading to healing, resiliency, and the ability to live stable, successful lives. SaintA provides a rich continuum of services, including: • Child Welfare and Foster Care • Support for youth who have aged out of care • Care Coordination and Wraparound services • Mental health therapy and supports such as Family Preservation, Caregiver Support, and Parent Assistance & Advocacy • Professional education and clinical consultation (for organizations, schools, and individual/family) For more information, visit our website: Minority candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Equal Employment Opportunity: Minority/Female/Handicapped/VeteranInterested parties please submit a cover letter and resume online., WISaintA
50179325/29/20185/29/20186/29/2018Learning Innovation CoordinatorHelp Us Change Lives: Auberle Seeks Learning Innovation Coordinator Auberle is a nationally recognized, award winning human service organization that serves thousands of children and families each year. For more than 60 years we have helped troubled children and their families heal themselves. Auberle is a faith-based entity dedicated to delivering excellent care that is rooted in trauma-informed practices. Auberle’s staff is comprised of passionate individuals who are committed to finding the most innovative ways to solve our community’s most difficult problems. We know that we deliver impact to our region because we measure everything that we do. We offer 21 programs to at-risk children and families. We are seeking a creative, caring individual to fill an immediate need for a Learning Innovation Coordinator. The Learning Innovation Coordinator (LIC) takes the lead in creating and implementing a comprehensive, innovative curriculum that gives youth access to hands-on learning, self-directed exploration, STEAM education and outside-of-the-classroom experiences. The Remake Learning Network is a key resource and partner, and the LIC will build relationships and interact with our 80-plus cross-sector partners to enhance the experience of our youth and to reach youth who are still on the outside looking. The LIC designs comprehensive education plans for youth that promote healthy risk taking, expose youth to in-demand careers, offer incentives and rewards, provide opportunities to take on leadership roles, expose them to STEAM and help our youth find natural mentors and build a broader network of meaningful relationships. This position also acts as a liaison to all program leaders and staff regarding innovative learning opportunities. Requirements include a Bachelor’s Degree in a related field, Master’s preferred, and at least one year of experience within education or human services. The ideal candidate will have a commitment to diversity, inclusion, and valuing and encouraging input from all team members. Required to apply for and/or provide Act 33/34 clearances (criminal and child abuse) as well as FBI clearance. Pre-employment drug screening and random employment drug screening required.If you are highly motivated, passionate about youth, and interested in making a difference, be sure to apply on the Auberle website, EOEMcKeesportAuberlehttps://www.auberle.org5017932
50598235/29/20185/29/20186/30/2018Director, Research ServicesCasey Family Programs, an Equal Opportunity Employer, is the nation’s largest operating foundation focused on safely reducing the need for foster care and building Communities of Hope for children and families across America. Founded in 1966, we work in 50 states, the District of Columbia and two territories and with more than a dozen tribal nations to influence long-lasting improvements to the safety and success of children, families and the communities where they live. We value diversity and respect for individuals in the workplace. Job Summary: The Director - Research Services has responsibility for leading evaluation studies for the team within Research Services at Casey Family Programs. This individual will work with Casey staff and other agencies to evaluate the effectiveness of child welfare and related prevention, education, employment and mental health programs, products or tools. The Director – Research Services will develop and lead a team whose purpose is to plan and coordinate research or evaluation projects, including research design, data collection, data coding, data analyses and report writing. This role requires familiarity with state and county child and family welfare agency research capabilities and resources, as well as the ability to develop and evaluate standardized measures for evaluating the effectiveness of child welfare programs, products and tools. Essential Responsibilities: • Develop, lead and monitor a team of Research Services staff as they conduct literature reviews, plan research, collect and analyze data, edit documents, write articles, book chapters, and reports for publication. • Coach and mentor team members by fostering collaborative arrangements among team members and with academic or other professional organizations. • Create an organizational environment that fosters collaborative arrangements among team members and with academic or other professional organizations. • Focus on one or more of the following areas: o Economic analyses – with experience in conducting cost savings, benefit-cost, fund mapping, and other forms of financial analyses (including possibly producing benefit-cost analyses similar to what WSIPP can do but in real time as Casey needs them) o Advanced knowledge of qualitative and quantitative approaches to policy research methods and statistical analysis o Ability to access and analyze, on demand, a variety of cross-sector publicly-available data in a timely and competent fashion • Perform data analysis and report writing with appropriate level of statistical detail for given audiences, including policy makers, state child and family welfare agency personnel, practitioners and Casey Family Program staff. • Design, write and edit documents, articles, chapters and reports which summarize the findings of assessment measure analyses and other evaluation research. • Co-author articles for conferences and professional journals. This may include locating and synthesizing relevant literature, preparing literature reviews, and presenting at local, regional, or national conferences. • Supervise external consultants/contractors regarding study design, analysis, summarization and dissemination. • Other duties as assigned. Qualifications: • Requires a Doctoral degree in Social Work, Psychology, or other closely related field and a minimum of 4 years’ experience in a research setting of which two years are in a supervisory/management capacity. • Advanced knowledge of research methods and statistical analysis, including correlational techniques, significance testing, multivariate regression, and ANOVA, is required. Additional knowledge of statistical methods (e.g., latent class analysis, structural equation modeling, network analysis) is preferred. • Excellent oral and written communication skills, experience in designing and writing technical reports and making presentations to professional audiences required. Knowledge of APA style highly desired. Knowledge of child and family social services and/or child development is required. • Requires proficiency with MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, PageMaker, SharePoint etc.). Ability to learn other pertinent software programs as required. • This is a regular full-time position that may require travel 20% or more of the time. • Ability to protect the confidentiality of sensitive information by learning and following all relevant policies and protocols and using sound judgment in the handling and sharing of that information. • Physical requirements include the ability to lift and reach for light objects; close visual acuity to prepare and analyze data, text, and figures; ability to type utilizing a computer keyboard; ability to travel to outside locations; and the ability to work at a computer for extended periods of time as a primary job function. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. • Driving on Casey business may require use of personal vehicle; adherence to vehicle safety guidelines and qualification for insurance is required.Please submit resume and cover letter directly through the Casey Family Programs website:, WACasey Family Programs*E668FDEA969343BB5059823
50236735/29/20185/29/20187/29/2018Chief Executive OfficerJewish Family & Career Services of Louisville is a comprehensive human services organization that takes an integrated approach to providing care, counseling and guidance for people of any age, religion or ethnic origin. We give people the skills and tools to manage transitions and meet life’s challenges, touching thousands each year across the greater Louisville region. Our major service areas include senior care, individual and family counseling, college and career advisement, employment services and microenterprise development. We are seeking a dynamic, creative and collaborative strategic visionary to usher our organization into a new era. We are unapologetically proud of who we are and what we do, and require a talented servant leader with the same level of passion and commitment to Jewish values and the mission of the organization. Our long time tenured incumbent is planning retirement and will leave the organization well respected, financially stable and poised for growth. This is an opportunity to come in and put your stamp on an esteemed organization. Located in Louisville, Kentucky, JFCS was founded in 1908 and is one of the community’s oldest charitable human services organizations. Louisville is a modern metropolitan city steeped in tradition. The city has a thriving business environment and is the headquarters of several major corporations including Brown-Forman, Humana, YUM (KFC), UPS Worldport, and Kindred. We are part of a unique, amazing community and have all the amenities of cities twice our size including world class healthcare, a vibrant performing arts and music scene, top culinary destinations and a desire for competitive innovation. Nowhere else in the world can anyone say they are home to the most exciting two minutes in sports and the greatest athlete of all time. (We are referring to the Kentucky Derby and Muhammed Ali if you weren’t sure). Key Responsibilities Strategic Vision and Leadership The CEO serves as the principal resource to the JFCS Board of Directors and gives strong direction in policy formulation and interpretation. S/he partners with the board to develop the strategic vision and organizational goals and develops strategies to ensure that they are achieved. S/he ensures coordination and alignment of all JFCS activities (functional, governance and advisory activities included) to the strategic direction. S/he represents JFCS and its mission in public forums, media, and government relations and with partner and stakeholder organizations to enhance JFCS’s profile. The CEO acts to ensure and project a values-driven, high-integrity organizational culture. Community Impact The CEO is responsible for the overall impact of JFCS on the community. The CEO works with the Management Team to craft and adapt the strategy to achieve this impact and develop processes to measure it. S/he will establish and cultivate productive relationships with key leaders including those in the Jewish community and those representing relevant business, government and non-profit sectors. Development and Marketing The CEO is charged to drive key development results. S/he will identify, cultivate and solicit current and prospective donors (individuals, corporations, and foundations) and enrich relationships with community fundraising organizations (i.e. Metro United Way and Jewish Federation of Louisville). S/he will develop and nurture relationships with grant giving organizations including public and private foundations and governmental agencies and will ensure all grant reporting and compliance requirements are met. S/he will leverage personal and professional contacts and relationships into fundraising opportunities and will promote a culture of fundraising in the organization, both at the staff and board level. Working closely with the JFCS development/marketing function, the CEO ensures that a coherent brand image of the organization is communicated across all messaging. The CEO understands that s/he is the face of JFCS in the community and coaches the staff and board to feel the same. Executive Management and Operations The CEO is accountable for building and leading high-performing teams, ensuring all teams are aligned and collaborating to achieve organizational results. S/he maintains accountability for the operational and fiscal integrity of the organization. The CEO assesses organizational capacity to implement strategies and identify gaps in systems and staffing; directly supervises staff positions and establishes individual goals; and works with the Chief Financial Officer and the board’s finance committee to manage organizational spending, monitor budget performance and mitigate financial risks. S/he is responsible for cultivating an internal culture of respect, people development and continuous improvement. Education and Experience Requirements ? Advanced degree preferred in business administration, public administration, human services, social work or organizational development ? Ten years of progressive growth in a senior leadership position at a complex non-profit, social services or community development organization(s) ? Significant experience in strategic planning, financial management, fundraising, board development, program management and evaluation (delivery and financial), public relations and marketing/branding ? Prior engagement in the Jewish community and a strong desire to embrace the Jewish community, culture, values and traditions Qualifications ? Comfortable managing a complex organization with multiple lines of business and highly varied funding sources ? A track record of creating a culture of creativity where new ideas are valued ? Committed to the mission and able to catalyze and foster others’ commitment to the mission ? Skilled in providing organizational leadership by establishing, articulating, and modeling a vision for the organization and executing plans accordingly ? Able to serve as a coach and role model for a culture of value-driven, ethical behavior and continuous improvement ? Able to think strategically, set clear organizational goals and monitor progress ? Able to make tough decisions on organizational direction and execution ? A financially savvy and politically astute leader with the ability to set clear priorities, delegate and guide investment in people, programs and systems ? Possesses excellent coalition building skills with an ability to communicate and work effectively with a variety of internal and external stakeholders; a persuasive negotiator able to achieve consensus among differing opinions ? Strong commitment to the professional development of staff; successful track record of recruiting, mentoring and retaining a diverse team ? Comfortable engaging across generations — from teens to millennials to seniors — who are current and prospective clients, donors, board members, staff, and volunteers ? Exudes appropriate leadership presence, emotional intelligence and judgment in representing the organization ? Outstanding presentation and communication skills and the experience and proclivity to be an outgoing spokesperson, relationship builder and fundraiser ? Keeps on top of industry and regulatory trends and guides the Board in understanding strategic implications of such direction in setting strategy Compensation This is a full-time, salaried position and compensation will be based upon experience. A relocation allowance will be available to candidates outside the Louisville metropolitan area. Benefits include vacation, paid time off, medical, dental, long and short-term disability and retirement.Search Process Please provide a cover letter, resume and salary expectations directing all communications to: Confirmation of receipt will be provided. Only contacted applicants will receive further communications. References may be requested. JFCS serves and employs people of all cultures and faith traditions and highly values inclusion and diversity. Employment opportunities are available to all without regard for race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, age, sex, gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, disability or any other prohibited factor.Louisville, KYJewish Family and Career Services of Louisvillehttp://jfcslouisville.org5023673
50591865/24/20185/24/20187/24/2018President and CEOPennsylvania Partnerships for Children seeks an experienced and passionate President and Chief Executive Officer to build upon the organization’s state wide impact. The successful candidate will be the face of the organization and will bring strategies and the knowledge to improve and transform the lives of children through advocacy and research. Joan Benso will be retiring in December 2018 after 23 years as President and CEO. She has been an outstanding and fervent advocate for children’s issues across the state. The Organization Founded in 1990, Pennsylvania Partnerships for Children (PPC) is the only statewide advocacy organization with a public policy agenda that spans the life of a child from birth to adulthood. Its mission is to be a strong, effective and trusted voice to improve the health, education and well-being of children and youth in the Commonwealth. As a statewide, independent, and non-partisan nonprofit, PPC’s vision is to make Pennsylvania one of the top 10 states to be a child and to raise a child. Currently, Pennsylvania is ranked 18th in the nation for child well-being. PPC focuses on four issues areas to advance the well-being of children: • Child Welfare: Working to implement effective public policy changes that better protect children from abuse and neglect, improve the lives of children in foster care, and help ensure a “forever family” for every child. • Early Learning: Working to ensure that all children enter school ready to succeed through high-quality child care, pre-kindergarten, and home visiting programs. • Health Care: Working to reduce the number of uninsured children in Pennsylvania and ensure that all children in the state have health care that meets their needs. • K-12 Education: Working to ensure that all students are afforded a high-quality public education through equitable and adequate funding and consistent and transparent accountability standards. PPC advances its policy agendas through four main strategies including: • Research and data analysis that involves collecting, monitoring, and analyzing child program, well-being and fiscal data; monitoring and analyzing evidence-based and promising program practices; and using data and research findings to inform other PPC strategies. • Strategic communications that involves producing and disseminating materials (issue briefs, fact sheets, newsletters, talking points, donor relations tools, etc.); engaging in social media; conducting media outreach (press pitches, op-eds, editorial board meetings, radio and TV appearances, etc.); and making presentations. • Mobilization that involves building, staffing and participating in issue-based advocacy coalitions; educating and engaging key influencers (grasstops) targeting issue-based stakeholders; and building and mobilizing a statewide e-advocacy network. • Government Relations that involves developing and maintaining strong relationships with state and federal policymakers and key staff; educating and influencing targeted state and federal policymakers and key staff; and recognizing policymaker champions. Major Accomplishments As Pennsylvania’s KIDS COUNT partner, PPC is widely considered the go-to organization for data on Pennsylvania’s children. PPC also has a long track record of building strong and diverse coalitions and elevating the voices of non-traditional supporters as champions for children. In addition, PPC has led or shared leadership for coalitions that have accomplished the following: • Enactment of the Pennsylvania Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) –that has served as a national model and preserved and protected both CHIP and Medicaid to ensure children’s health. • Creation of Pre-K Counts – the state’s high-quality pre-kindergarten program as well as state funding for Head Start to ensure school readiness. • Enactment of a new public school funding formula –when fully implemented, the formula will result in every Pennsylvania child attending a public school that is adequately and equitably funded. • Passage of more than two dozen laws to reform the child welfare system – to better protect the safety, well-being and rights of children experiencing the foster care system. PPC is governed by a 25-member board of directors. The organization’s current budget is approximately $1.53 M. Current staffing includes 10 staff, with a Senior Leadership Team of 3 (which includes the VP of Public Policy and the KIDS COUNT/Research Director). Leadership Outlook and Near-Term Organizational Priorities In the next few years, PPC will: • Seek to expand access to evidence-based home visiting, high-quality child care and pre-kindergarten for at-risk children and families. • Focus on building additional supports for both informal kinship caregivers and kinship foster families so that they can successfully raise the children in their care. • Expand its health care policy work beyond coverage to an agenda that ensures children can live healthy lives and access the health care services they need. • Ensure, through K-12 education efforts, that every child can attend a local public school that has adequate and equitable funds to support basic, career and technical education. Using data and research evidence, PPC will continue to serve as a coalition leader and convener; use an array of communications strategies to increase engagement and understanding; and partner with bi-partisan policymakers in Harrisburg and Washington, DC to advance public policies and financing to support the comprehensive needs of at-risk Pennsylvania children. The Position The President and CEO must embrace and be passionate about PPC’s mission. S/he must be bi-partisan and be a vocal advocate for the well-being of children across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The President and CEO will demonstrate integrity and strategic leadership. Key Responsibilities The President and CEO is responsible for providing both strategic and hands-on leadership and ensuring PPC’s long-term viability and impact. • Oversee the development and successful implementation of PPC’s communications, government relations, research and public policy agenda. • Develop and implement a strategic resource development plan to include direct fundraising from foundations, corporations, individuals and other potential sources of income. • Develop, nurture, and leverage relationships with state and national elected and appointed officials to influence policy decisions related to PPC’s goals and mission. • Guide PPC collaborations and partnerships with other leaders in government, children’s services, philanthropy, business, faith and civic sectors to advance PPC’s goals and mission. • Collaborate with the board of directors to refine and implement PPC’s strategic plan while ensuring that the budget, staff and priorities are aligned with PPC’s core goals and mission. • Develop, maintain, and support a strong and inclusive board of directors (that is representative of the commonwealth) that is highly engaged and willing to leverage relationships and secure financial resources; serve as an ex-officio member of the board and its committees. • Provide leadership and direction to staff and ensure the continued development and management of a professional and efficient organization. • Ensure that effective human resources policies and procedures are in place to foster high staff morale and employee engagement. • Ensure that the organization is operating in a fiscally responsible manner that supports the needs of the programs and staff. • Serve as the organization’s primary media spokesperson and ensure a robust earned and social media strategy statewide. Experience and Attributes A strong candidate will be an experienced leader and advocate, passionately committed to improving the health, education, and well-being of children and youth in Pennsylvania. Strong candidates will also bring a variety of experiences and attributes to PPC, including: • Must be an authentic leader with strong interpersonal skills; an excellent listener who is able to build trust among staff and a wide range of constituents. • Must have an obvious passion for PPC’s mission and work. • Willingness to provide strategic leadership and outline a vision that translates into measurable actions and results. • Must be bipartisan with the ability to work well with decision-makers of all political backgrounds. • Experience with annual organizational budgeting and financial oversight. • Demonstrated capability in fundraising and developing relationships with funders, as well as the ability to identify new revenue streams; experience in gaining philanthropic support from private, corporate, and individual donors. • Ability to push incremental change with broader long-term goals in sight. • Demonstrated experience leading/building coalitions and working in partnership with coalition members to advance policy agendas. • Willingness to develop deep and lasting relationships with stakeholders and decision makers. • Ability to lead, manage, and work collaboratively with a high performing staff. • Strong experience lobbying and advocating in a state capitol; experience in Harrisburg is a plus. • Past success supporting and working with a board of directors in its governance role a plus. • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills. • A “roll up your sleeves” leader willing and able to draft reports and proposals, lead coalitions and workgroups and other tasks when necessary. • Master’s degree preferred. • At least 15 years of executive leadership experience, specifically in advocacy and public policy development with an organization, government entity, or business. Experience in the children and families field is a plus but not required.To apply, e-mail your resume, cover letter and salary requirements to: (e-mail applications are required and only complete applications will be considered). For other inquiries, contact Dave Erickson-Pearson at Pennsylvania Partnerships for Children is an equal opportunity employer. Resume reviews begin immediately.Harrisburg, PAPennsylvania Partnerships for Childrenhttps://www.papartnerships.org5059186