Recovery Resource Center
Summary: The Executive Director (ED) of the Recovery Resource Center (RRC), serves at the pleasure of the Board of Directors and reports to the President. The ED is an executive management position with authority and responsibility for operational, financial, and programmatic oversight for all services, programs, activities, and staff of the organization.
Overall Responsibilities: The ED implements the plans and policy directives from the board, coordinates the efforts of the board and it's committees and acts as the chief liaison between groups and group participants and the RRC. The ED oversees the day to day operations of RRC, supervises all staff and interns and keeps the board fully informed of the state of the organization and the factors and events influencing it.
Specific Responsibilities in Order of Importance: 1. Fundraising; The ED assists in the management of all fundraising activities including the development and management for new events and strategies for raising funds including the planning and execution of an annual \Signature Fundraising Event\ designed to yield significant dollars. Provides staff support and assistance to the Fundraising Committee. Works with local partners and grant professionals to identify and respond to appropriate granting opportunities. Develops relationships with local and statewide officials in an effort to be included in any local, state or federal funding opportunities
2. Community Relations and Awareness Building. Responsible for marketing and educating the public about RRC's mission, vision and values as well as it's activities, programs and services Participates in community efforts to address the addiction epidemic and reduce the stigma. Develops and manages community partnerships with other non-profits, local government entities, and potential funding such as the United Way and the Community Foundation maintains an open working relationship with groups and community organizations utilizing RRC's facilities and services. Responsible for enhancing government relations including legislative and executive branch. To the maximum extent possible, utilize all forms of promotional/advertising outlets including social media and all web based resources to enhance RRC's image and awareness. The ED is expected to spend at least 30% of their time relationship building in the community. 3. The ED must develop good working relations with the groups, their leadership and members by making themselves available on weekends and late afternoons. The ED must have the pulse of the groups and work to develop positive relationships. The strategic plan identified the need to expand the number of groups utilizing the facility and the groups themselves represent a potential source for referrals.
Terms of Employment. This position is an exempt professional management position with flexible work hours depending on the needs of the job. This will include split shifts and occasional late afternoon and weekends.
This position is currently scheduled as a part time position working 25 hours per week. RRC's policy and Procedure Manual will take effect on the date of hire. The salary will be dependent upon experience, education, skills, and competency Typically this position requires a Bachelors or Masters degree in a field requiring business/supervisory skills as well as work experience in a nonprofit environment - preferably in the treatment and/or recovery field. All RRC employees are employed on an \at-will\ basis. Employment is for an indefinite period of time and can be terminated at any time with or without cause.
PLEASE NOTE: APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED THROUGH MARCH 16, 2018.
Typically this position requires a Bachelors or Masters degree in a field requiring business/supervisory skills as well as work experience in a nonprofit environment - preferably in the treatment and/or recovery field.
Recovery Resource Center