Executive Director/CEO

Executive Director - Students to Scholars

Position Announcement: Executive Director – Students to Scholars
Remote Position Located in: Durham, NC

Are you looking to make an impact?

Are you passionate about changing the trajectories of promising, underserved youth? Are you a relationship-centered leader? Are you the kind of leader who believes people are an organization’s most important asset and who knows how to build, nurture, and inspire a community internally and externally?

Executive Director

Green Hill Center for North Carolina Art (GreenHill) is seeking its next Executive Director/CEO to lead the organization into its fiftieth year and beyond. The Executive Director is an inspirational leader, bringing passion, commitment, and leadership for the exhibition and educational programs of GreenHill while stewarding and expanding its base of support.

Executive Director - High Point Arts Council

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT:

Executive Director
High Point Arts Council

High Point Arts Council is seeking an energetic Executive Director to champion its mission to continually enhance the lives of all citizens of our community by ensuring the availability of a broad range of cultural and artistic activities and encouraging full community participation in them.
As the community cheerleader for the arts, the Executive Director will serve as the organization’s chief administrator, collaborator, and spokesperson. Can you…

Executive Director

Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy is a public, college-preparatory charter school in Rutherford County, North Carolina, founded in 1999 and based on the classical curriculum. TJCA partners with families to educate students in grades K-12 in the trivium of grammar, logic, and rhetoric, thus graduating thoughtful, articulate young adults who are prepared for college and for a lifetime of citizenship and active intellectual inquiry.
TJCA is located on two campuses: a grammar school (K-5) campus in Forest City, NC and a middle school (6-8) / high school (9-12) campus a few miles away in Mooresboro, NC. As part of TJCA’s 2020 Vision, in November 2019 the school broke ground on an exciting new building project that included a new high school, significant renovations to some parts of the existing middle school and high school buildings, and some new athletic facilities. Staff and students moved into the new high school building and gymnasium in early 2021, renovations for the existing facilities are underway, and the new athletic fields are nearly completed. TJCA serves approximately 1,365 students in grades K-12 in the three schools: grammar school (grades K-5 with approximately 600-650 students); middle school (grades 6-8 with approximately 350-400 students); and high school (grades 9-12 with approximately 350- 400 students). Students come from approximately eight North Carolina counties with most students hailing from Rutherford, Cleveland, Polk, and McDowell counties. Admission is through a public lottery system that promotes equal opportunity for all, and TJCA does not discriminate based on
disability, race, color, gender, national origin, or religion.

The total number of employees is approximately 140, including approximately 80 faculty members. TJCA is accredited by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction and the North Carolina Office of Charter Schools. Academically, TJCA is a high performing school that offers a challenging college preparatory curriculum as described above. Extracurricular activities include a number of music, drama, and arts programs and activities as well as a number of student clubs. TJCA offers 18 athletic teams in 13 different sports for men and women, and competes in the 1A classification of the NC High School Athletic Association. Most of the high school sports are also offered at the middle school level.

TJCA is governed by a Board of Directors which consists of 15 members. The members of the self-appointing board include a mix of parents and community representatives. Two of the members are teacher representatives, elected by the teachers, and serve two-year terms. The school also has the Thomas Jefferson Community Education Foundation, a separate but related 501c3 organization.

Executive Director

disAbility Resource Center (dRC), a Center for Independent Living, is seeking a dynamic, innovative and forward-thinking person for the position of Executive Director. dRC provides a variety of services to people with disabilities, regardless of their age or type of disability to empower them to be independent in their home, work, school and community. dRC provides services in 5 counties in the eastern region of North Carolina with the primary office located in Wilmington, NC.

President and CEO

With the announced retirement of David Horton, who has led IFB Solutions since 2008, the Board of Directors seeks a highly accomplished, strategic, entrepreneurial, and collaborative President and CEO. This position offers the opportunity to play a defining role in shaping the future of IFB Solutions. Headquartered in Winston-Salem, NC, with facilities in Asheville, NC and Little Rock, AR, IFB Solutions is non-profit organization that is the largest employer of people who are visually impaired or blind in the country.

Executive Director

Improving safety. Protecting lives.
If there's a safer way, we'll find it. Job-Site Safety Institute (JSI) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to conducting safety research for residential and commercial job-sites. We serve as a research center where educational institutions and industry leaders collaborate and exchange ideas to increase awareness of the inherent dangers of a construction site. The research conducted through JSI grants will produce studies that guide safety practices, set new standards, and influence worker behavior on job-sites.