JOB OPPORTUNITY

Executive Director  (updated as of 8/19/21)
Executive Director - 30 hours weekly/$60,000        
 
The Executive Director will report directly to and work closely with the Board of Directors (BOD) to oversee ODSC’s administration, programs, and strategic plan. 
 
Duties will possibly include:
Development/Finances:
  • Grant research, writing and reporting, and work closely with grant writers
  • Pursue contracts with government agencies
  • Oversee annual budget development and all contracts and obligations with BOD oversight
  • Manage monthly billings and bookkeeping with bookkeeper
  • Participate in and assist BOD with fundraising campaigns and events
 
Administration/Programs:                                                      
  • Recruit, hire, train and supervise all new, current and future staff
  • Maintain/update employment policies
  • Develop/implement strategic planning
  • Coordinate annual program planning and oversee progress through regular staff meetings
  • Collaborate with statewide/local SA/DV organizations, supporters, community members, and participants
  • Promote ODSC’s services on a local, state and national level
 
 Minimum Qualifications and Preferred Experience:
  • Bachelor level degree or higher
  • Basic knowledge of SV/DV  
  • Management/Supervisory Experience: Minimum 5 years
  • Strong management skills:
  • planning, delegation, time management and budget (preparation, analysis, decision‐making, reporting)
  • Talent/experience in:
  • grant writing, corporate support/major gift solicitation, fundraising, business development
  • Marketing and public relations skills
  • Working with a culturally diverse clientele and staff
  • Strategic planning and implementation
  • Proficient American Sign Language (ASL) and English skills
    • Ability to communicate with and understand Deaf, DeafBlind, Hard of Hearing, Late-Deafened, Deaf Plus clients and their culture
  • Computer and MS Office skills
  • Moderate travel may be required
 
  To Apply:  Email cover letter, updated resume and 3 letters of reference to:
 
Position available until filled.

Our Deaf Survivors Center, Inc., is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Survivors of interpersonal violence, Deaf, DeafBlind, Hard of Hearing and Late-Deafened persons, persons of color, people with disabilities, LGBTQ-identified persons are strongly encouraged to apply. 
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