Executive Director

United Way Of America Lorain , OH 44052

Posted 1 week ago

United Way of Greater Lorain County envisions an engaged, inclusive and thriving Greater Lorain County.

We serve all of Lorain County, Ohio as well as Vermilion and Florence Townships in Erie County.

We are a catalyst for measurable community transformation, leading to a better life for all through collective impact in health, education, and financial stability. Recognized as a high-performing not-for-profit by unbiased, independent charity rating services and Ohio United Way of the Year in 2016, we employ a dedicated team, offering a competitive salary and fringe package, including health insurance, a flexible benefits plan and an employer-matched 401K retirement plan.

We are seeking a proven collaborative leader. Our ideal candidate will have experience in Collective Impact, staff supervision, transition and managing change, and interacting with the corporate, education, health, human services and workforce development sectors.

Our new executive director will guide our community collaboratives in continually improving educational achievement, living wage employment, strong families and optimal health leading to measurable community transformation. This person will authentically engage with donors and will provide world class gratitude and support for fulfilling their aspirations.

Minimum qualifications: Bachelor's degree in administration, education, health, social work or related degree and 5-7 years administrative experience, with significant leadership in the not-for-profit sector.

Masters degree preferred. Proven capabilities in fund development and major gift fundraising, board governance, the Model for Improvement, public speaking, gratitude, strategic planning and conflict management. Excellent written and verbal communication.

Outstanding interpersonal and organizational skills. Technologically and administratively savvy. Familiarity with Greater Lorain County or area with similar demographic composition a plus.



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