McMillen Health has one available position.
As McMillen Health grows nationally, the CEO has been spending more time traveling. In order to maintain the administrative and fund development activities, we are expanding our staff to include a new Executive Director (ED) position, which will report directly to the CEO and have daily operational oversight of McMillen Health.
General Summary of Duties
Executive Director (ED) will have daily operational responsibility for McMillen Health’s staff, programs, expansion, fund development, and execution of its mission. S/he will initially develop deep knowledge of core programs, operations, and business plans. As a member of the Executive Management team, the ED will assist the CEO in the successful growth of the organization. In collaboration with the other Directors, the ED will act as CEO when the CEO is traveling for business.
•Assists the CEO in developing, maintaining, and supporting a strong Board of Directors: serves as ex-officio of committees, seeks and builds board involvement with strategic direction for regional and national operations.
•Supervises Educational Sales Director, IT/Facilities Manager, Education Director and Marketing Manager.
•Organizes and oversees staff meetings, director’s meetings, and other internal meetings.
•Oversees administrative operations of the Center, including approving purchase requests.
•Prepares and manages assigned departmental budgets and initiatives.
•Attends all BOD meetings, approves minutes for submission to Secretary for approval.
•Assembles information for board packets
• Oversees all fund development activities including annual giving, special events, sponsorships, major gifts, and other related solicitations.
• Establishes short- and long-range goals for unrestricted and restricted funding sources.
• Manages all strategies and activities for donor cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship.
• Oversees activities of Grants Manager, including grant/foundation funding proposals and grant reporting.
• Assumes responsibility for all Development reports to the CEO and BOD.
• Oversees the management of databases and all records, files, and gift processing.
• Oversees the thank you, pledge reminder and acknowledgement programs.
• Works with other staff to develop fundraising print and online materials.
• Bachelor’s degree, master’s degree preferred.
• A minimum of 3-5 years senior administration experience in a non-profit entity.
• Experience with fund development, resulting in attaining the goals set for the program, including grant writing and reporting.
• Experience with developing and maintaining productive working relationships with board members, donors, corporations, and foundations.
• Excellent interpersonal and verbal communication skills and the ability to participate in public speaking events.
• Excellent written communication, research, and organizational skills.
• Ability to work as a leader and as part of a team.
• Self-motivated with the ability to work well under pressure and handle several projects at a time.
• Computer literacy, with experience with databases preferred.
• Weekend and evening hours required as needed.
• Must have valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.
• Familiarity with health prevention education preferred.
IT/Facilities, Marketing, Education, Business Development, Finance
How to Apply
*To apply, applicants may send a cover letter and resume to Holli Seabury, CEO, at firstname.lastname@example.org. See the job description on their website HERE.