Transformation Life Center Shelter Director
Transformation Life Center Shelter Director The Executive Director of Transformation Life Center (TLC) is both the chief executive officer and the...
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Transformation Life Center Shelter Director
The Executive Director of Transformation Life Center (TLC) is both the chief executive officer and the chief public representative of the TLC. The Executive Director is responsible for engendering and maintaining community and donor support for TLC and its mission. The Executive Director must possess an ability to embrace and implement data-driven, best-practice approaches to effectively address the issue of homelessness; exceptional development/ communication skills; the ability to manage a team and work as a team member effectively.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Directly supervises employees. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the TLC policies and applicable laws. Manages and supervises TLC staff including office, shelter, and case management staff.
Coordinates services with other providers to meet the needs of TLC clients.
Maintains communications with Board President and Board of Directors: provide reports regarding TLC activities, finances, and development plans; participate in monthly Board meetings.
Develops strategic goals for TLC in concert with the Board.
Manages Center finances, including reserves and current income.
Coordinates with outside CPA and auditor; provides all materials needed.
Prepares draft and final budgets for Board approval before each fiscal year.
Manages all Federal, State, and City business filings and correspondence.
Responsible for development of strategy for appeals and fundraising events, in coordination with the Board.
Oversees all aspects of fundraising event planning and execution, including marketing and staffing.
Applies for grants and fulfilling grant reporting requirements; maintain relationships with grantors.
Maintains the TLC website, including descriptions of services, calendar of fundraising events, and relevant TLC news.
Four year college degree with a major in business/non-profit management, social work or related fields is preferred. Equivalent experience will be considered. Graduate degree in a related field is a plus.
Extensive working knowledge with Microsoft Office applications (including Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint) and QuickBooks is required.
Ability to communicate effectively in writing and through speaking publicly and with small groups.
Knowledge of/facility with Homelessness Management Information System (HMIS) and/or similar social services software is a plus
WORKING CONDITIONS AND REQUIREMENTS FOR WORK:
Frequent travel within Seneca County and throughout the state, including to Columbus, is to be expected.
Some physical work is required, including lifting, bending, climbing stairs, carrying up to 25 pounds.
Must have a valid driver’s license and be willing to travel as required during work hours.
Some duties will require availability outside of normal work hours, including evenings or weekends.
EVALUATION PROCESS: Evaluation of performance by Board of directors on an annual basis.
WORKING CONDITIONS include working in a homeless shelter environment with a wide range of clientele
SALARY commensurate with experience Range: $42-$50,000
In a cover letter please address the following:
Who are you? Why are you applying for this position? Why are you interested in the position?
How are you qualified? What is your personal vision as the Director of the TLC?
TO APPLY: Send a cover letter and resume to [email protected]
Demonstrates passion for ending homelessness, dependability, maturity and initiative, excellent interpersonal skills.
Maintains program/client/agency confidentiality and treats each individual with dignity and respect, and to set and observe personal limits and boundaries, especially with respect to clients.
Ability to handle crisis situations skillfully and responsibly.
Ability to accept supervision and work with TLC Board.
Performs all other duties as assigned.
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