NPO Hiring Executive Director

I serve on the Board of Directors of the East Nashville Cooperative Ministry. We are looking for an Executive Director. All of the information is below.

 

East Nashville Cooperative Ministry is currently seeking an Executive Director to run its day to day operations.

East Nashville Cooperative Ministry is a Second Harvest food distribution site and secondhand clothing store that serves the East Nashville and Inglewood communities of Nashville. Our goal is to encourage and empower our clients to thrive within their families and communities. We strive to do this by creating an atmosphere of Christian love and acceptance within our organization and operations.

The Executive Director is responsible for successful leadership of ENCM by assuring that the mission of ENCM is developed and achieved and the financial objectives and needs are met. Reporting and updates on these tasks are made directly to the Board of Directors. The Executive Director is required to supervise, manage and lead the following components of the organization:

Supervise

All programs and operations of ENCM operate under the supervision of the Executive Director.

The Executive Director will oversee the finances of the organization, including management of monetary gifts and bookkeeping. This financial information should be conveyed accurately to the organization’s accountant for processing.

Manage

The Executive Director is responsible for the public relations efforts of ENCM, including but not limited to the agency partnership, corporate sponsorships, and media relations.

The Executive Director is responsible for managing the development of ENCM by implementing the operative annual strategy and budget. This includes cultivating a growing donor base, researching and applying for grant support, and annual fundraising campaigns.

Lead

The Executive Director needs to directly lead ENCM’s human resource efforts. This includes volunteer management, internships and field education placements from supporting universities, and staff development.

East Nashville Cooperative Ministry – “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” – 3115 Gallatin Road – Nashville, TN  37216

615-244-7312 –Juanita McCoy, Interim Executive Director

Direct leadership is required over our marketing efforts. These are: website maintenance, social media updating, and email marketing.

The Executive Director is the primary leader in developing and sustaining church partnerships, primarily through direct relationships with pastors and church leaders.

The Executive Director will be responsible for contributing to the development of the Board of Directors and will equip the Board members with the necessary resources to succeed in their leadership role.

Please answer the following questions and include with your resume:

  1. What is your philosophy regarding the poor/homeless?
  2. What are 3 leadership qualities that you would bring to this position?
  3. Why are you interested in this position?

Salary:  $30,000

Benefits:  $10,000 for health insurance

30 hour work week

Bonus incentives at the discretion of the Board based on fundraising

Please forward your resumes to Dustin Welch, President, ENCM Board of Directors, dustin@encm.org and/or Judy Wahlstrom, Secretary, ENCM Board of Directors, judy@encm.org.  Closing date to accept resumes is October 15, 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

East Nashville Cooperative Ministry – “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” – 3115 Gallatin Road – Nashville, TN  37216

615-244-7312 –Juanita McCoy, Interim Executive Director

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