United Way of Gratiot County is hiring a new Executive Director
The United Way of Gratiot County is looking for an Executive Director to provide professional management to assist the community in developing and supporting an effective network of health and human service agencies.
- Manage annual campaign.
- Provide leadership to community volunteers while assessing community needs.
- Develop and support a volunteer Board of Directors representative of industry, government, labor, education, human services and any other appropriate segments of the workforce.
- Providing leadership and management to the Wilcox Non-Profit Center.
- Analyze data and issues impacting local health and human service organizations.
- Pursue new or previously untapped revenue sources (i.e.: grants, bequests, endowments, etc).
- Organize and monitor an annual Citizens' Review process to ensure funds to local health and human service agencies are being utilized for the requested purpose.
- Manage and account for financial and capital resources as well as administering payroll.
- Calculating and documenting payroll taxes as well as preparation of quarterly and annual tax reports.
- Serve as Collaborative Council Coordinator.
The scope of this position is broad, requiring the establishment and maintenance of significant relationships with people at all levels within the public, private and volunteer sectors of the workforce. This is approximately a 30 hour per week job.
Requirements: Completion of a degree in social work, social sciences, business administration or public administration; or progressively responsible experience; or any equivalent combination of related experience and education. Willingness and ability to maintain a very flexible work schedule.
E-mail resume, cover letter, and references to email@example.com.
Deadline for applying is April 18, 2014. No phone calls please.
Thank you Joann Sanders for all of your hard work and dedication as President of the United Way of Gratiot County!
The United Way has brought together people and resources to build a safety net to help meet the needs of our friends, neighbors, co-workers and families.
A constant reminder that when we as individuals think outside ourselves, we have the power to facilitate change. When we think of others’ lives as linked to our own, our compassion grows. When we reach out a hand to one, we influence the condition of all. We build the strength of our neighborhoods. We bolster the health of our communities. And we change the lives of those who walk by us every day.