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 Job Title   Posting Date   Organization

Chief Executive Officer

  5/20/2020   Monarch School
 Job Description        

Reporting to the Board of Directors and managing a $4 million budget, the Chief Executive Officer of the Monarch School Project will be involved in almost every aspect of our organization. The CEO will work closely with the Board and staff members to update the strategic plan, increase the breadth and depth of services provided to children experiencing homelessness, and work to secure and increase revenue sources. They will be highly visible in the community, serving as the chief spokesperson and advocate for the organizationís mission and goals. The role requires a skilled public speaker and storyteller who can passionately and authentically communicate the critical need for and impact of our work with children affected by homelessness. Anticipated focus allocation: 1.) Program development and strategic planning 2.) Fundraising 3.) Board relations 4.) Internal management and operations 5.) Community, government, and public relations



Bachelorís degree required; Masterís degree preferred. 10+ years of senior nonprofit or corporate leadership experience. Experience working with children/families impacted by poverty and/or K-12 education preferable. Solid business acumen including budgeting, financial planning, forecasting, and operations. A successful track record in growing and diversifying funding sources. Proven ability to create a compelling, mission-driven vision, and successfully implement it. Ability to drive innovative marketing and communications strategies to build our brand awareness and organization footprint. Experience developing and managing budgets, ideally at the level of $5+ million. Experience working with a board of community leaders, including reporting, advising and board member recruitment. Ability to engage staff and develop each team member to their fullest potential. Impressive communication skills (written and verbal), including strong listening skills. Skilled at public speaking and presentations; capable of passionately and effectively telling our story and inspiring others to action; must enjoy public events. Proven success in creating lasting and impactful relationships/partnerships with a wide array of individuals and organizations. Demonstrated success working in a complex organization with multiple stakeholder groups (i.e. board, staff, donors, volunteers, regional partners).


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