Executive Director Search
Date Posted: January 19, 2023
12282 Jefferson Street
Perrysburg, Ohio 43551
General Description of the Organization:
The Perrysburg Heights Community Association (PHCA), a nonprofit organization located in Perrysburg Township, is conducting a search for an Executive Director. The PHCA was established in 1991 for the purpose of addressing the needs of the lower income Perrysburg Heights Community, whose families and children faced longstanding barriers to success. The organization now operates a community center surrounded by a five-acre park. Working closely with the Perrysburg Schools, the PHCA provides educational and enrichment interventions, as well as other essential services, to at-risk children in the Perrysburg Heights community and to children throughout the Perrysburg School District. Programming is also offered to the senior and other adult residents.
Qualifications and Responsibilities: The PHCA Board is seeking a passionate, motivated, organized self-starter who has proven success operating a non-profit organization and developing flourishing programs that serve the community. The Executive Director will be responsible for all aspects of PHCA, including staffing, operations, building and grounds, program oversight, grant writing/fundraising and extensive community engagement. The Executive Director will have the support of an active Board, as well as support and collaboration from four staff members, including the Program Director.
Executive Director Hours: Full time, salaried position with flexible schedule.
Compensation and Benefits:
- $60,000-$75,000 salary range based upon experience
- Potential for bonus based on performance objectives
- Individual health insurance
- One year contract
- Paid Holidays
- Paid Time Off
Send resume and writing sample to Paul Belazis, Board President, at [email protected].
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Oversee and manage operations of the organization while creating a collaborative, inclusive and supportive culture.
- Attend regularly scheduled monthly meeting of the PHCA Board of Trustees and provide summaries related to programs and planning.
- Work with the Board’s Treasurer to manage organizational spending and monitor budget compliance.
- Work closely with the Board and staff to raise funds and write grants that appropriately meet the programming needs and operational expenses of the organization, maintain ongoing relationships and follow up with PHCA donors, and work to expand donor base.
- Establish and promote positive relationships with residents of the Perrysburg Heights community.
- Establish and build relationships with leaders in the larger community, including those in the education, business, government, and non-profit sectors.
- Maintain and expand upon collaborative relationships with existing community partners.
- Develop additional collaborative relationships within the larger community to benefit the organization and the populations that we serve.
- Assist with program implementation.
- Communicate with local media to promote positive publicity featuring PHCA activities, participating children, and ongoing accomplishments to enhance the visibility of the organization and Perrysburg Heights neighborhood and the self-esteem of residents.
- Bachelor’s Degree in human services, social services, education, the arts, business, or related fields.
- 3 years or more experience in an administrative role with administrative and program oversight.
- Positive, compassionate individual who is committed to serving others and building programs to serve the Perrysburg Heights and larger community.
- Professional demeanor with excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Ability to be flexible with strong planning and organization skills.
- Self-motivated with the drive and initiative to work independently.
- Strong interpersonal skills and ability to develop relationships and trust with the community we serve.
- Experience developing an organization’s vision and strategic plan, and aligning the organization’s work.
- Ability to analyze complex information and to define and solve problems.
- Strong skills in hiring, training, and motivating staff and volunteers.
- Experience successfully visioning, creating and overseeing successful programming for youth and adults.
- Proven experience with grant writing and fundraising.
Applications are being accepted through April 15, 2023