Senior Citizens Council of Clackamas Co. 501©3
Oregon City, OR 97045
Salary: $55,000, negotiable dependent upon experience
Benefits: ½ of monthly premium to group medical and dental plans, vacation, personal and sick leave
Employment Type: Full-time, exempt
Organizational Budget: $461,000
Training Available: Non-Profit Management, Guardianship/Conservatorship and Fund Development
The mission of Senior Citizens Council of Clackamas Co. is to prevent or end abuse, neglect and/or exploitation of senior citizens and adults with disabilities. Abuse of vulnerable adults is rampant today and the services we provide are crucial to the lives of these incapacitated persons.
The Executive Director is responsible for supervision of the equivalent of 5.5 FTE staff, program development, implementation of personnel policies, budget management and financing of day-to-day operations. This person will also research a wide variety of funding resources and prepare letters of inquiry, proposals and reports as required.
The person in this position is accountable for compliance with all applicable laws, rules and regulations governing the organization’s role as court appointed guardian/conservator and representative payee as well as the organization’s non-profit status.
The Executive Director works collaboratively with a volunteer Board of Directors, Advisory Committees, auditors, contracting agencies, grantors and funders.
Qualifications and Experience:
Experience in staff administration, program development, budgeting and public relations; ability to motivate staff and volunteers;
education or experience in grant writing and fund development including coordination of fundraising events and appeals; ability to organize and develop/maintain calendars of application and report dates;
verbal and written communication that is informative, persuasive and creative;
time management skills and flexibility to meet fluctuating organizational needs; computer experience in use of Office Suite, EMS database and QuickBooks;
experience in working with senior citizens, adults with disabilities; knowledge of local and state agencies, organizations and services;
familiarity with principles and practices of case management helpful; experience with community networking.
Any combination of experience and training that demonstrates the ability to perform the duties of this position is qualifying.
Minimum education level is a bachelor’s degree.
Personal transportation for travel within the Clackamas County and the Portland metropolitan area;
Passing a post-offer criminal history check before employment can be completed.
How to Apply for this Job
Please e-mail your cover letter and resume with all current contact information as follows:
Resumes will be accepted through August 31, 2019.
Written answers to supplemental questions will be required prior to interviews.
Potential candidates are those who are able to convince the transition committee that they have the skills and experience to qualify for this position. The successful candidate will find the office atmosphere to be conducive to self-directed work as well as team supported approaches, with flexible schedule potential and professional development. Most importantly we are passionate advocates for our clients.