Family Voices Indiana
Executive Director- Part Time
Location: Central, IN
Salary: commensurate with experience
Benefits: Independent Contractor
Type: Part Time .5 FTE
Organization: Family Voices Indiana
Send resume and cover letter email@example.com, or mail to: Family Voices Indiana, 445 N Pennsylvania St Ste 941, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204
Resumes will be accepted through April 15, 2015
Basic position description:
The Executive Director of Family Voices Indiana (FVI) is responsible for the administration, maintenance, and growth of the organization and for providing services to families of Children and Youth with Special Healthcare Needs (CYSHCN) in Indiana.
The Executive Director needs to be a passionate and professional person and a self-motivated leader who will be the keystone of FVI’s operations and activities as well as the face of FVI in the community.
The Executive Director is the central point of contact and responsible for all of FVI‘s operations.
Applicants for this position should have a Bachelor’s degree (preferred) or equivalent knowledge and skills. Experience working with youth and parents, managing programs, working in non-profit administration, and supervising employees is necessary. Previous experience in grant writing and donor development is essential. Experience as the parent of a child with special health care needs is preferred.
Areas of Responsibility:
· Fund development: write grants, develop sustainable funding sources, implement fundraising events, and develop and retain donors
· Fiscal management and control: oversee bookkeeper and accounting policies and procedures, budgeting, financial reports to the Board
· Marketing: develop and implement marketing strategy for promoting FVI to families, youth, donors, and the Indiana community at large with brochures, website, electronic contact, newsletters, mailing list, press releases, media relations, and other appropriate approaches
· Programming: insure best practices, diverse programming, and evaluation of outcomes
· Human resources: hire and manage staff/contractors, administrative interns, and work-study students
· Community relations: develop and strengthen ties with medical practitioners, other health and family services, community and family organizations, and governmental agencies
· Liaison to the Board of Directors: execute FVI’s strategic plan as it applies to management and programming
The Executive Director reports directly to and is held accountable by the Board of Directors.
FVI is an Equal Opportunity Employer