Seeking new Executive Director for CVEM
See below for a detailed job description:
OUR NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR WILL
1. Be responsible for the operations, personnel, publicity, and programming of CVEM,
reporting to the CVEM Board of Directors and the Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of
2. Represent the Ministry and promote collaborative relationships in the communities
served, participating parishes, and leadership of the Diocese.
3. Direct involvement in fundraising, grant writing, and resource development. Build
relationships with individual donors, foundations, and other sources within the Diocese
and the larger Chattahoochee Valley region.
4. Be responsible for the Ministry’s strategic objectives and evaluate performance in
achieving its stated goals and objectives. In conjunction with the Governance Committee,
facilitate board development.
5. Lead, develop, supervise and evaluate staff, including hiring and dismissing staff.
6. In conjunction with the Board and its appropriate committees, Be responsible for more
than a half-million dollars in assets. Develop budgets, monitor, and approve all expenses.
7. Work collaboratively with the board’s spiritual director and clergy in the convocation to
provide spiritual direction and Biblical perspective for the Ministry.
8. Build and sustain asset-based community partnerships in advocacy work with
neighborhoods and other groups on issues and projects.
9. Advocate for the Ministry, including contributing to the content of letters, newsletters,
and other communications through the website and social media outlets.
10. Recruit and develop a vibrant and committed volunteer base.
OUR IDEAL CANDIDATE WILL:
be a person of faith with a passion for CVEM’s mission;
be familiar with the Episcopal tradition;
have significant fundraising experience;
be a motivator and leader;
demonstrate excellent people skills and writing skills; and
have at least 2 years’ experience in a leadership position of a non-profit or religious
be able to work with all children and adults.
At least 2 years’ experience in organizational management
Bachelor’s degree at an accredited university
Strong leadership, organizational, and communications skills
Demonstrated experience in successful fundraising
Comfort and experience with public speaking
Ability to work independently and lead a strong, committed team
Demonstrated commitment to working for social justice and addressing issues of race,
class, and culture
Experience working effectively with people from different cultural, economic, racial, and
Ability to work flexible hours, including weekends, evenings, and/or holidays, as needed.
Reliable automotive transportation for attendance and participation at meetings and
events in Atlanta and throughout the Chattahoochee Valley communities served by the
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