1. Implements the mission of the agency and provides effective leadership to the staff in development, delivery, maintenance and continuation of the agency’s programs and services.
2. Prepares and executes fundraising plans.
3. In collaboration with the Board of Directors and staff, conducts ongoing assessment of community needs.
4. Is responsible for short- and long-range planning, management of human and fiscal resources, conducting a comprehensive fundraising program and development of collaborative relationships with other community agencies.
5. Reports to the Board of Directors and works closely with Board to implement policies and programs with prudent fiscal and organizational management.
6. Delegates work to staff and provides day-to-day management of CMAA’s activities.
1. Directs the implementation of CMAA’s strategic plan.
2. Provides long-term programmatic financial, community and capital asset management.
3. Hires staff, supervises their performance and evaluates their effectiveness.
4. Develops and maintains positive relationships with all donors and prospective donors, grantors, non-profit organizations, foundations, governmental agencies and the media.
5. Secures and manages grants and contracts from public agencies.
6. Prepares grant proposals to government and foundation funding sources and maintains strict accountability for all restricted grants.
7. Prepares the annual budget for Board consideration. Controls expenditures within the approved budget and within available income.
8. Manages CMAA’s finances by adhering to the budget approved by the Board of Directors.
9. In consultation with the President and/or Secretary of the Board, prepares agenda for Board meetings.
10. Presents program and financial reports at Board meetings. Keeps Board and staff informed on all issues related to CMAA.
11. Assists the Board in carrying out all legal and financial accounting responsibilities of a non-profit entity.
12. Oversees the recruitment, training, supervision and recognition of the CMAA staff.
13. Serves as the spokesperson for CMAA and represents it at public meetings as appropriate.
14. Represents CMAA through presentations at public events, interviews with media reporters, and others as appropriate.
15. Keeps aware of changing needs of the community and CMAA’s clients and plans services accordingly.
16. Plans and implements a comprehensive fundraising program to include philanthropic support from individuals, foundations, corporations and civic groups.
17. Ensures compliance with foundations and donors guidelines as well as other funding requirements.
18. Ensures ethical and professional practices at all levels of the CMAA’s operations.
19. Carries out other relevant responsibilities as assigned by the Board.
Mandatory Job Qualifications
• Master’s degree in social work, social sciences, management or related field.
• Minimum of five years experience in a non-profit organization, with at least three years in an administrative/supervisory capacity.
• Excellent writing and speaking skills essential.
• Ability to relate to people, be sensitive to cultural differences and provide comfort when dealing with the public.
• Experience preferred in administration of a non-profit/social service organization and a record of accomplishment in: Program, Personnel, and Financial Management and Resource Development