Executive Director/CEO

Executive Director for ATCB

The Center for Credentialing & Education (CCE) is a not-for-profit organization that provides practitioners and organizations with assessments, business support services and credentialing. Created in 1995 as an affiliate of the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC), CCE credentials nearly 25,000 practitioners globally in a variety of fields. Interested applicants may learn more about CCE’s features and benefits through the Flipbook “Advance your Journey” located at https://cce-global.org/assets/advance_your_journey/

CCE recognizes that today’s credentialing and licensure boards, nonprofits, and trade associations are tasked with finding solutions to issues that are often complex, costly, and time-consuming. CCE excels at leveraging best practices in management services with cost effective strategies that help leaders to focus on mission driven initiatives.

Art Therapy Credentialing Board, Inc. (ATCB)

The Art Therapy Credentials Board (ATCB) was founded in 1993, to protect the public by promoting the competent and ethical practice of art therapy. ATCB manages the credentialing and testing processes of art therapists (in alignment with the AATA) to ensure the professional and high-caliber practice of the profession. The Board supports the thriving, vibrant community of credentialed art therapists and the Executive Director is responsible for administering programs and day to day functions of the Board as described below. Interested applicants may learn more about the ATCB at: https://www.atcb.org

Executive Director

Executive Director: Women’s Birth and Wellness Center, Chapel Hill NC, an independent non-profit practice dedicated to providing women of diverse backgrounds with comprehensive primary, maternity and lactation healthcare throughout the life cycle, is recruiting for a new Executive Director. The ED will articulate and promote the mission and vision of the organization, lead fundraising efforts, oversee the non-clinical operations and finances, and work with the Board of Directors to advance the work of the organization. Qualifications include bachelor’s degree (graduate degree preferred) and at least 10 years’ experience in a senior management role with a healthcare provider or non-profit organization (strongly prefer experience with birth centers, midwifery and/or out-of-hospital birth). $83,000-$98,000 per year plus competitive benefits. Submit resume and letter of interest to wbwc.ed@gmail.com.

Executive Director

The Executive Director is the key management leader of Rockingham County Education Foundation. The Executive Director is responsible for overseeing the administration, programs, grant making and strategic direction of the organization. Other key duties include fundraising, digital marketing, and community outreach. The position reports directly to the Board of Directors.

Executive Director

Habitat for Humanity Cabarrus County is seeking an Executive Director who is responsible to the Board of Directors for promoting the overall vision and direction of the affiliate and helping ensure that long range plans are developed and carried out to sustain healthy growth and financial stability. The Executive Director works closely with staff and board to raise support for the mission, oversees all areas of the affiliate operations and serves as a housing advocate and governmental liaison in the community.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following:

Eno River Association Executive Director

The Eno River Association (ERA) seeks an Executive Director with a passion for land protection and the inspiration to bring new vision and growth to a highly respected grassroots organization that is proud of its half-century of conservation accomplishments and deep connection to its community. Now in its 53rd year, ERA has protected more than 7,000 acres, which are largely contained in five public parks, along the Eno River in Durham and Orange Counties in central North Carolina. ERA owns and manages 277 acres of protected lands and holds conservation easements on 829 acres.

President

1) Oversee the implementation of board policies and directives, as authorized by Board of Directors
2) Assist Board of Directors in resource development, community relations and related duties
3) Develop, maintain and review organizational policies to assure efficient and effective operation of the corporation, in compliance with all applicable federal, state and local laws
4) Responsible for hiring, promotions, terminations of employees