Executive Director (Full or part-time) - Michigan Ovarian Cancer Alliance - Ann Arbor
Are you an experienced fundraiser and manager? Are you passionate about raising awareness and funding for Ovarian cancer? If so, please keep reading!
Established in 2011, the Michigan Ovarian Cancer Alliance strives to save women's lives by promoting the early detection of ovarian cancer and improved treatment outcomes. MIOCA raises awareness of ovarian cancer, provides resources and support to survivors and their families, advocates both locally and federally, educates Michigan communities, and funds innovative ovarian cancer research.
About the opportunity:
MiOCA is hiring their first Executive Director. This is an exciting opportunity for someone to bring their professional fundraising skills and ideas to a group of incredible volunteers and solid foundation. We are looking for a solid leader/manager who can bring out the best in their team and bring the organization to the next level.
The Executive Director is responsible for the overall administration of the organization. The Executive Director has demonstrated proficiency in all aspects of administration and has maintained a high level of performance.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Prepare annual operating budget; monitor expenditures to provide specified services within budget.
Prepare timely financial and operational reports.
Create and maintain partnerships and sponsorships with professional organizations, community groups and corporations; maintain relationship with our donors; maintain working relationship with the Board of Directors
Develop a positive professional relationship with Board of Directors, professional organizations, community groups, and other appropriate publics.
Meet regularly with Board of Directors to report on operational issues.
Locate, negotiate and organize new office space in Ann Arbor. (Until the office is set up, the person in this role will need to work remotely.)
Experience and Qualifications
Demonstrated success in fundraising.
A background in financial management, including budget preparation, cash flow management, and analysis of financial reports.
Ability to work effectively and diplomatically with a variety of publics, Board of Directors, community groups, government agencies, etc.
Ability to write clearly and concisely.
Ability to effectively communicate verbally with individuals and both large and small groups.
A broad understanding of federal and state laws related to the operation of the organization.
Ability to work independently with self-discipline and self-motivation.
Comfortable with a variety of software programs and technology in general.
Grant writing experience is a bonus!
This postion is based in Ann Arbor, although there is flexibility to work remotely for a portion of the time. There is also the possibility that this could role could be done on a part-time basis, of 30 hours per week.
To be considered, please email a resume to Info@AmyCellTalent.com
Date Posted: June 23, 2017