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The Executive Director has the ultimate responsibility to ensure that IMPACT meets its mission. S/he/they fulfill diverse responsibilities, particularly those that relate to fundraising and programmatic goals that encompass administration, budgeting, staff management, and outreach. S/he/they supervise a paid and volunteer instructing staff ranging from 5-20 people in addition to an office staff ranging from two to four paid staff plus high school and college interns, and non-teaching volunteers. In addition, s/he/they is an ex officio member of the IMPACT Board of Directors, IMPACT International, and serves as a liaison between the Board and staff, and the organization and its Advisory Committee members. The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors.
Essential Functions/Primary Responsibilities
- Establish, review and carry out policies and procedures as outlined by the Board of Directors
- Establish and execute organizational strategic plan with the Board of Directors
- Actively participate in (preparation for and execution of) monthly board meetings
- Ensure compliance with city/state/federal nonprofit laws, guidelines and registrations, including but not limited to annual tax returns, state and federal registrations and reporting, payroll taxes, account payable and receivable, audits, etc.
- Serve as organization representative for organization execution of leases, insurance renewals, etc.
- Assist the Board of Directors with board and committee development and capacity building, legal filings, updates, and growth
- Manage and communicate with committees, as assigned
- Supervise financial information alongside Board Treasurer and accountant/bookkeeper, including reconciling accounts on a monthly basis with the bookkeeper
- Maintain updated staff list with their current training levels
- Supervise office staff in responding to phone/email inquiries related to program, contract and fundraising duties information to interested donors/participants/organizations
- Hire, supervise and evaluate staff and volunteers
- Assist Program Staff in scheduling and staffing all IMPACT classes (in collaboration with POC for group courses)
- Coordinate with Program Supervisors to schedule training of new teaching staff (suits, lead instructors, and assistant instructors), volunteer assistants, and volunteers including certification to maintain a pool of individuals who are qualified to run all approved curriculum
- Coordinate the development and maintenance of policies regarding scheduling, pay raises, Individual Development Plans (IDP’s), staff development and discipline
- Serve as liaison and organizational representative to national IMPACT organization, including attending Directors’ meetings and national conferences
- Work with IMPACT International/Chapter Sponsors and Partners to coordinate joint staff trainings and professional development
- Manage or support Program Staff and Supervisors to update curriculum, develop supplemental material and handouts, communicate new resources, policies and teaching methods/information to staff
- Manage or support Program Staff and Supervisors to create new curriculum
- Manage or support the Program Director in the organization and running all-staff meetings and annual meeting
- Organize and participate in IMPACT’s community and fundraising events
- Support or represent IMPACT at service-provider/coalition and fundraising meetings
- Give presentations to community groups/assign and prepare other staff as appropriate, including professional presentations to conferences on related subjects
- Serve as public relations liaison for press requests, press releases, etc. via newspaper, radio and television
- Communications and marketing development/oversight including publishing print materials and ads, social media, etc.
- Maintain and oversee website, databases and stakeholder communication effectiveness
- Work with the Board of Directors to ensure that the organization reaches annual financial goals through earned income, donations, annual fundraising plans
- Oversee and approve all expenditures
- Develop annual budget and grant strategy in collaboration with the executive team such as (Program Directors, Program Training Supervisors, and Board of Directors, especially Board Treasurer)
- Develop relationships with individual donors and foundations
- Networking in the community with potential donors, partners, corporations
- Collaborate with the Board on fundraising appeals
- Grant writing, supervision, and administration (researching, grant-writing, fulfillment, reporting, meetings with grantors, final reports)
- Review and develop financial policies with Board of Directors, assist bookkeeper/Board Treasurer, accountant and staff in preparing all bank deposits, paying bills, administering online and paper bill-pay and receivables
- Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited four-year college or university; Masters or equivalent experience.
- Excellent people leadership, management, and team-building skills.
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
- Effective at working with others to reach common goals and objectives.
- Nonprofit administration experience of 5+ years
- Managing a remote workforce
- Proficient in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) Bloomerang, Word Press, Quickbooks, Dropbox, Google Docs, Trello, and other online management platforms
- Self-starter and enthusiastic leader with strong management skills and ongoing learning
- Collaborates and supervises effectively
- Fundraising Experience: direct solicitations, partnerships, and grant writing/management
- Understands the mission/scope of work of IMPACT & can communicate effectively verbally and in writing to potential clients, donors and the public
- Understands broader violence prevention context including somatic memory, survivor-centered practices, trauma-informed approaches, PTSD and the use of IMPACT training to assist survivors of assault, perpetrators of violence, social, community and family dynamics and education
- Background/familiarity/training in Crisis intervention, Social Work, Non-profit Management, Colorado Non-profit Community, Youth Education, bilingual (speaking or comprehension)
- Willing to work nights and weekends
- Teach courses as needed (if desired)
- Bachelor’s (Required)
- Denver, CO (Required)
- Fully Remote
- One location
- Multiple locations
- On the road
- Flexible schedule
This Job Is:
- A good fit for applicants with gaps in their resume, or who have been out of the workforce for the past 6 months or more
Job Type: Part-time