Executive Director / Managing Director

Job Type

Full Time

Published

06/13/2018

Start Date

07/09/2018

Application Deadline

07/06/2018

Address

3575 Manchester Avenue
Cardiff
California
92007
United States

Description

REPORTS TO:                      PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

ACCOUNTABLE FOR:          FUNDRAISING, OPERATIONS, MEMBERSHIP, HUMAN RESOURCES, FINANCES AND STRATEGIC PLANNING


SUMMARY:  

Has overall responsibility for the daily business, financial activities, education and programs, as well as the long-term objectives of Temple Solel.

Is accountable to help shape and implement the policies established by the Board of Directors in support of the congregation’s mission and ensures that Solel is run in alignment with its vision and values.

Enhances the Clergy’s ability to provide spiritual, educational, cultural and

community leadership.

Is a visible and present team member in order to build bonds and foster a culture of community, volunteerism and philanthropy.

Functions at the highest level of integrity and ethics.


OVERVIEW OF DIRECT RESPONSIBILITIES

FUNDRAISING

Dues and enhanced dues program

Unrestricted and restricted gifts

Legacy and endowment giving

Other opportunities for revenue generation

OPERATIONS

Security and building maintenance

High Holidays Website, social media, marketing and public relations                      

Programming/Committee/Board liaison

Suggests course corrections

MEMBERSHIP

Membership growth and retention

Financial assistance

Exit interviews        

Networking

HUMAN RESOURCE

Policy and Procedures Manual

Personnel files and Employee Handbook

Employee hiring, orientation, retention, training, goal setting, evaluations

Team building          

Legal compliance and disciplinary procedures

FINANCES

Accounting procedures and internal controls

Insurance and banking

Budgets and financial reporting

STRATEGIC PLANNING

Assist in developing long term strategic plan

Continuing education

Collaboration with and support of Board of Directors

QUALIFICATIONS

Significant experience in managing large not-for-profit organizations.

Demonstrated ability in strategic planning, financial management, and

fundraising. Post graduate degree in related field preferred.

Knowledge of Jewish rituals and culture preferred; however an eager willingness to learn Jewish customs and philosophies will be considered.

Team player able to effectively work collaboratively with clergy, staff and a diverse group of lay leaders and volunteers.

Proven track record in problem solving and multi-tasking.

Excellent oral and written communication skills.

Strong interpersonal skills with an ability to engage people.

Level of Language Proficiency

English

Professional Level

Executive

Minimum Education Required

4-year degree


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