Teach My People (TMP), a Christian non-profit organization based in Pawleys Island, South Carolina, seeks a new leader who loves our Lord Jesus Christ and his children to serve as its Executive Director. For almost 25 years our mission and passion has been to “teach children and youth from our partnering schools to overcome academic, economic and social challenges through Christ-centered programs and services that promote spiritual, educational, and emotional growth.”
Job Title: Executive Director
Organization: The Shepherd's Center of Kernersville
Location: Kernersville, North Carolina
About Us: The Shepherd’s Center of Kernersville is an interfaith ministry of volunteers that champions and sustains adults who are aging or disabled by providing enrichment programs, direct services, and volunteer opportunities. We believe this promotes and supports aging with dignity, respect, purpose, and other essentials of life to make a difference in the lives of our senior population.
Davidson Lands Conservancy (DLC) seeks an Executive Director to continue the organization’s strong record of accomplishment and guide future growth. DLC’s next leader will benefit from an established organization led by a strong board of committed community members.
Founded in 2000, DLC is an accredited land trust. Situated in Davidson North Carolina, 20 miles north of Charlotte, DLC “punches above its weight” and works closely with Davidson College, the Town and scores of volunteers.
Foothills Food Hub (FFH), a program of the McDowell Local Food Advisory Council (McDowell LFAC) seeks an Executive Director
Job Description and Requirements Overview:
· Managing all staff and contractors
· Oversight and management of all budgets – overseeing all program budgets which are in turn managed by the program leads
· Act as strategic lead for the HOP Expansion
· Work to ensure the LFAC / FFH remains operational and functioning
PRESIDENT & CEO - JOB DESCRIPTION
PRESIDENT-CEO CHATHAM CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
The Chatham Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors is seeking an engaged and forward-thinking leader to continue the work of the chamber. The board, volunteers, and staff have worked extremely hard to create a strong organization throughout the years and the next leader will continue this work into the future bringing innovation, creativity, and experience to lead the area’s leading business organization.
The Board of Directors of the Paula Takacs Foundation seeks and innovative, collaborative and mission-driven executive to lead the nonprofit in the next phase of its history. The current Executive Director will transition the role to the newly hired ED during spring of 2024, training in all job functions and acquainting constituent base.
Founded in 2016, DataWorks NC is a nonprofit based in Durham, North Carolina. We democratize data to facilitate an empowered, productive, and equitable community. Our priority is to benefit Durham’s communities of color, low income, and historical disinvestment and we do this through collaboration with neighbors, communities, nonprofits and local agencies that share goals of racial equity and community power.
The Executive Director will be responsible to the Board of Directors for leading DataWorks. Working in collaboration with the Board and staff, the ED will set and execute the strategic vision of the organization and growing resources to advance DataWorks’ mission and vision. The Director will also strengthen existing partnerships and build new ones that are key to programmatic and operational success. This position is equal parts entrepreneur, advocate, and ambassador. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and accepted until November 30, 2023.
Are you passionate about advancing the Black community of Asheville, NC to ensure a stronger region for years to come? Are you a relationship-centered leader? 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?
Are you a collaborator, nurturer and organizer who has experience growing a nonprofit organization through revenue diversification and program building?
Diverse, Military Community Seeks Transformational Leader
Join a team of committed nonprofit professionals to lead the United Way of Cumberland County.
The United Way of Cumberland County (UWCC) was created to identify and resolve pressing community issues and to make measurable changes in communities through partnerships with schools, government agencies, businesses, organized labor, financial institutions, community development corporations, voluntary and neighborhood associations, the faith community, and others. The main areas include education, income, and health.
Are you passionate about well-planned development in Wake County, NC that promotes vibrant, mixed-use, walkable communities?
Are you an advocate for diverse housing choices, transportation options, access to clean and adequate drinking water and for local solutions to solve the global climate crisis?
Are you the next Executive Director of WakeUP Wake County?