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Executive Director

Children's Center
Presencial
El trabajo se debe realizar en o cerca de Oregon City, OR
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Tipo de contrato
A Tiempo Completo
Fecha límite de postulación
9 de julio de 2024
Educación
Licenciatura
Nivel de Experiencia
Director
Salario
USD $120.000 - $140.000 / año

Descripción

Children’s Center works with the community to end child abuse and neglect through assessment, treatment, and prevention. By providing medical examinations and forensic interviews, we support Clackamas County children and families experiencing suspected physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse and neglect, including drug endangerment and witness to violence. Children’s Center is a private, non-profit Children’s Advocacy Center accredited by the National Children’s Alliance. Our vision is to build a world where all children feel safe, valued, and heard.

The Executive Director (ED) leads the overall strategy, resource development, and operations of Children’s Center. This includes working with the Board to create and implement a shared vision; ensuring all staff work together in unison to create a positive impact in the community; ensuring strong partnerships with agency partners; ensuring clinical staff are able to provide the highest quality of service to children and their families; providing oversight and engagement of fundraising and community relationship building efforts; and managing the organization in a way that upholds Children’s Center’s mission, values, goals, policies, and procedures.

TO APPLY: Please include a letter of interest that describes how you meet the position requirements and a resume or CV that outlines your previous experience. The job posting closes on Tuesday, July 9th, 2024, and will remain open until filled.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Organizational Culture and Staff Management

  • Hire, supervise, and evaluate all Children’s Center program leads, Directors, and senior staff.
  • Oversee implementation of personnel policies and procedures, ensuring they create a supportive work environment and follow all appropriate laws and guidelines.
  • Proactively cultivate strategies, policies, and practices that mitigate vicarious trauma and its impact on staff and volunteers.
  • Model good self-care and work/life balance for all. This includes creating opportunities for staff to engage in their own self-care and work/life balance.
  • Continually find ways to integrate and expand Children’s Center’s diversity, equity, and inclusion lens into all efforts and relationships.
  • Promote training and continuing education for the entire staff that creates a culture of staff development and growth.
  • Foster and practice open, respectful communication. Actively engage in receiving feedback and cultivate a culture of continuous feedback within the organization.
  • Work collaboratively in a team environment with a generous spirit of cooperation by seeking input and including others in decision making and planning.
  • Develop and maintain positive working relationships at all levels of the organization and with external partners and donors.

Fiscal Management and Governance

  • Oversee management of all activities related to the Children’s Center’s finances.
  • In collaboration with the Finance Director, provide regular financial reports to the Board Sustainability Committee.
  • In partnership with the Finance Director, create a sound annual budget for Board approval.
  • Adhere to the organization's financial policies and sound management of all financial assets including revenues, investments, property, and equipment.
  • Ensure compliance with all funder requirements.
  • Oversee coordination of Board and committee meetings, providing statistical reports to the Board and committees as appropriate.
  • In collaboration with the Board of Directors, recruit, orient, and integrate Board members in ways that foster their active and sustained engagement with Children’s Center.
  • Ensure that the Board of Directors is well informed on critical issues.
  • Perform other duties as requested by the Board of Directors.

Resource Development

  • Oversee development and implementation of a comprehensive fundraising program, including annual giving, major gifts, foundations and corporations, and event planning.
  • In collaboration with the Therapy Program Director, ensure ongoing support for the provision of evidence-based therapy services and maintain a sustainable plan for growth.
  • In partnership with the Board and Development Director, identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward major donors.   
  • Oversee the ongoing evolution of the Children’s Center brand including (but not limited to) the website and development materials.
  • As the face of the Children’s Center across the community, act as liaison to the media and other important community groups such as the Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT), Oregon Child Abuse Solutions (OCAS - formerly the Oregon Network of Child Abuse Assessment Centers), businesses, and local chambers of commerce.   
  • In partnership with the Development Director and Board of Directors, ensure a diversified fund development strategy and plan while cultivating an organization-wide culture of philanthropy.  
  • In collaboration with the Therapy Program Director, ensure ongoing support for the provision of evidence-based therapy services and maintain a sustainable plan for growth.
  • Ensure that reporting and tracking requirements are met for all funding sources.

Programs and Operations Oversight

  • Work with the Medical Clinic Director and other staff to ensure that Children’s Center operations meet national, state, and local standards for excellence.
  • Work with the Medical Clinic Director to ensure Children’s Center practices adhere to HIPAA compliant regulations and current privacy best-practices regarding client, volunteer, and donor data.
  • Maintain the organization’s National Children’s Alliance accreditation through direct work and support of staff.
  • Collaborate with the Director of Prevention to support the Prevention and Community Engagement department in overseeing Prevention & Outreach efforts to the community, including schools, civic groups, and professional groups.

Strategy

  • Lead the vision and strategic planning of Children’s Center through the engagement of and collaboration with internal and external stakeholders.
  • Monitor and ensure thoughtful implementation of strategic goals and provide regular updates to the Board of Directors and leadership team on their successes, challenges, and any necessary adjustments.
  • Collaborate with staff and the Board of Directors to establish, update, and implement Children’s Center mission, goals, policies and procedures.

REQUIREMENTS

The issue of child abuse and neglect, and the work at Children’s Center, is often emotionally challenging.  You will hear many stories related to child abuse and neglect and be exposed to cultural and socio-economic diversity and disparities on a regular basis. You will also be exposed to the resilience and positive outcomes that occur when working with children, families, and professionals in a supportive, trauma informed environment.

Minimum Requirements

  • Master’s degree in social sciences, medical sciences, public health, or related field and two or more years’ experience working with vulnerable populations; OR Bachelor’s degree in the social sciences, medical sciences, public health or related field and five or more years’ experience working with vulnerable populations.
  • At least five years of senior management experience including: skills at nurturing a culture of collaboration and shared accountability; a demonstrated commitment to developing and supporting the staff team; proven track record of high-integrity, ethical leadership.
  • Demonstrated experience of managing an organizational budget of at least $1 million that includes complex funding streams (i.e. government contracts, insurance reimbursement, private foundations, and individual giving).
  • A successful track record of resource development including individual gifts.
  • Ability to foster a culture of philanthropy, engaging board and staff members as partners in fundraising.
  • Experience developing community partnerships, engaging a nonprofit Board of Directors, and advancing thoughtful strategy.

Preferred:

  • Knowledge of child development and the dynamics of child abuse and neglect.
  • Previous experience with a Child Advocacy Center (CAC).
  • Existing relationships with Clackamas County-based organizations, donors, and other community contacts.
  • Knowledge of and experience in implementing trauma informed practices.
  • Bilingual in Spanish.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily with or without reasonable accommodation and without posing a direct threat to safety or health of themselves or others. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Core Competencies  

  • Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communication, problem-solving, decision-making, strategic thinking, relationship building, adaptability, organizational skills.

Language Skills

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to relate well to children and adults in crisis. Discreet in handling confidential matters and materials; tactful and diplomatic in dealing with others.
  • Ability to read, analyze, interpret, and write reports and correspondence.
  • Bilingual English/Spanish speaking skills preferred.

Mathematical Skills

  • Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent. 

Computer Skills

  • Advanced basic computer job skills including logging on to systems, ability to communicate by email, compose documents, enter database information, download forms, and preserve/backup important data.
  • Proficiency in working with Microsoft Office suite applications including Word, Excel, and Outlook recommended. Ability to learn other data management systems.

Reasoning Ability

  • Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where limited standardization exists.
  • Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.  

Work Environment

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of the position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

This job operates in a professional clinical office environment and routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, fax machines and filing cabinets. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate with moderate distractions.

Physical Demands

While performing the essential functions of the job, the employee is regularly required to walk, stand, talk and hear; to sit, see and use a computer; to use a phone; to use hands to feel and handle documentation and utilize office equipment; reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to stoop, kneel, or crouch. 

Hiring Process

  • 45 Minute Phone Screen Via Zoom. Interviews will be conducted between July 15, 2024, and July 19, 2024.
  • 1st In Person Panel Interview will be conducted between July 22, 2024, and August 8, 2024. Duration will be at minimum 1.5 hours.
  • 2nd In person Panel Interview and Onsite visit with employees and department supervisors will be conducted between August 12, 2024, and August 23, 2024. Duration will be a minimum of 4 hours.
  • Job offer extended by August 31, 2024.


Children’s Center works with the community to end child abuse and neglect through assessment, treatment, and prevention. By providing medical examinations and forensic interviews, we support Clackamas County children and families…

Ubicación

Presencial
Oregon City, OR 97045, USA

Cómo aplicar

TO APPLY: Please include a letter of interest that describes how you meet the position requirements and a resume or CV that outlines your previous experience. The job posting closes on Tuesday, July 9th, 2024, and will remain open until filled.

TO APPLY: Please include a letter of interest that describes how you meet the position requirements and a resume or CV that outlines your previous experience. The job posting…

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