Executive Director/CEO

Executive Director

Position Description
The ED works closely with the Board of Directors to implement the mission of the Women’s Fund of the Blue Ridge (WFBR). The ED provides the strategic leadership necessary to sustain, elevate, and manage all activities of the fund.

DESCRIPTION OF KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Fund Development/Donor Management

Executive Director

Children’s Homes of Cleveland County (CHCC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to providing services for families and children in crisis in Cleveland County, North Carolina. CHCC has been caring for children since 1969 and operates on the philosophy that each child should have a family, though that family may not be in the traditional sense.

Executive Director

UWWC is committed to making positive change to people’s lives in Wayne County. UWWC is relationship centered; mission focused and collaborative and results driven. UWWC is a leader in its vision; partnership development; strategic thinking and collaboration and continues to think and work outside of the traditional United Way operating model and is recognized across the State and region for its work. What UWWC has accomplished in recent years has fundamentally changed its business model and maintains the organization’s relevance in an ever-changing environment.

Executive Director

The Chapel Hill Downtown Partnership is seeking an urban visionary leader with a proven history for
bringing stakeholders together around a unified vision and ambitious plans for the future. The successful
candidate will be a leader in taking the downtown to a new level of excitement and prosperity by
bringing together the resources of the town, university and downtown community to maintain, enhance
and promote downtown as Chapel Hill’s social, cultural, and spiritual center.

Executive Director - Catawba Science Center

RESPONSIBILITIES
Leadership and Management
• Develops, maintains, and supports a strong Board of Directors and build Board involvement with strategic direction
• Manages the CSC staff and volunteers to achieve tactical and strategic goals in a timely and resource-efficient manner
• Ensures programmatic excellence
• Provides professional development opportunities for staff and Board
• Evaluates various CSC programs and selects those with the largest impact

President & CEO

The Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland County (Arts Council) seeks a dynamic, visionary leader to serve as its next President & CEO succeeding its long time director of 18 years, Deborah Martin Mintz, who retires January 31, 2019. Founded in 1973, the Arts Council has a proven track record of supporting individual creativity, cultural preservation, economic development, and lifelong learning through the arts.

Associate Director - Transition to Executive Director

Position Summary:

The Associate Director works under the direction of the chief professional officer of the organization and administers, coordinates and directs the organization’s operations under the guidance of the Executive Director and framework of the organization’s policies and bylaws.

Reports To: The Executive Director and Board of Directors, specifically to the Board Chair

Executive Director

Professional membership association and its foundation, both non-profits, seeking a proven leader to be the Executive Director to build on a 70-year record of success. The successful candidate will be an excellent manager, a consensus builder, a skillful communicator and collaborator, embracing of technology, and committed to maintaining a strong staffing team. Skills in understanding complex policy issues in the areas of mental health, developmental disabilities and substance abuse disorder are a must, along with the desire to work on legislative issues.

Executive Director

Homeward Bound seeks an experienced Executive Director (ED) with a demonstrated commitment to organizational excellence to lead the organization and build on its mission to end homelessness in Buncombe County.

Executive Director

Summary: The Executive Director leads and drives the vision and strategy for the Durham Crisis Response Center’s overall organization goals, objectives and initiatives. As Chief Executive Officer, the Executive Director works in partnership with the Board in developing and administering the agency in accordance with the bylaws and the policies established by the Board of Directors. Critical to this role is unifying the staff, Board and volunteer teams and leading and directing the development and implementation of domestic violence and sexual assault services for families and individuals.