Executive Director

Job Type

Full Time


Minimum: $48,000
Maximum: $55,000
Details: dependent upon background and experience




2200 N. Bell Ave
United States


Executive Director

Opening Doors International Services, Inc.

Job Responsibilities

·      Reports to the Board of Directors of Opening Doors International Services (ODIS)

·      Acts as the chief executive and leader of ODIS

·      Develop processes and procedures to ensure that all Board approved policies are carried out

·      Oversee operations and maintenance of office and equipment to ensure that all applicable health, housekeeping, and safety standards are met or exceeded

·      Responsible for hiring, training, and supervision of Board approved staff positions.

·      Responsible for overseeing the day to day operations of the agency

·      Responsible for the development, monitoring and administration of the Board approved budget

·      Prepare and present ODIS Financial and Operational Status reports to the Board monthly, quarterly, and annually

·      Act as chief advocate for ODIS Immigration services and the Human Trafficking education program in community public forums, as well as to clients, staff, volunteers, benefactors, and social service agencies

·      Provide statistical and narrative reports required by the Board, governmental groups, and funding partners

·      Work jointly with the Board, staff, and community agencies to evaluate current programs and to develop outcome measures and long-range goals.

·      Maintain positive relationship and communication with appropriate staff at Trinity Presbyterian

·      When appropriate, provide direct assistance to individuals needing ODIS services.

·      Identify and pursue grant funding opportunities

·      Partner with other non-profit agencies in support of clients and educational programs

Job Qualifications

·      Adaptability:  Adapt to changes, delays, or unexpected events in the work environment,

·      Responsiveness:  Respond to competing demands, prioritizing tasks as necessary

·      Analytical Ability: Ability to complete research and reporting projects with resourcefulness, and persistence, ability to synthesize complex or diverse information, ability to use intuition and experience to complement existing data

·      Computer/Technical Ability:  Working knowledge of QuickBooks, and the Microsoft Office suite including Word, PowerPoint, and Excel

·      Interpersonal Skills:  Ability to maintain satisfactory relationships with others, excellent customer service skills including awareness of and sensitivity to the service populations’ culture and socioeconomic characteristics

·      Supervisory Skills:  Ability to carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the agency’s policies and applicable laws.  Applicable supervisory responsibilities include hiring, training, coaching, planning, assigning, and directing work of paid staff and volunteers; provide staff performance reviews, respond to/address staff questions and/or complaints, discipline when necessary

·      Dependability:  Ability to respond to Board direction, complete requested tasks on time, and to notify appropriately with alternative plans as needed

Education and Experience

·      Undergraduate degree required

·      Non-profit experience preferred

·      Grant writing experience preferred

·      Proficiency in Spanish required; fluency preferred

·      Familiarity with the Denton community preferred

Work Hours/Days

·      Minimum 40 hours per week

·      Tuesday - Saturday


·      $48-$55,000 commensurate with experience


Level of Language Proficiency

Fluent Spanish preferred


Professional Level


Minimum Education Required

4-year degree

How To Apply


Please provide cover letter, resume, and the names of three professional references.