Job Purpose: The Executive Director oversees all day-to-day activities and infrastructure of the organization, including programming, fundraising, grant writing, community relations and Board management.
THE OPPORTUNITY The Board seeks applications and/or nominations for an accomplished leader who will build upon the Council’s tradition of achievement, maintain its reputation for integrity and innovation and lead its experienced staff and committed Board of Directors. The ideal candidate would have experience and skills that match the following qualifications:
Demonstrated leadership in nonprofit management, including experience in strategic planning, budget development and management, and innovative program development.
Demonstrated fund raising experience and collaborative partnership-building to effectively grow funding and programming.
The ability to establish, maintain and grow productive partnerships with a variety of public and private entities in order to advance the mission of this organization.
Effective staff selection, management and development, and the demonstrated ability to work closely and collaboratively with a governing board and per diem instructors.
Ability to speak, write, and design messages in various formats for different audiences. Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate concepts, values and achievements of an organization to a wide variety of citizens, officials, organizations, policy makers, potential donors and decision makers.
Experienced in public relations, marketing, community relations and advocacy.
Media relations, which includes serving as a media spokesperson.
Highly organized and able to meet deadlines.
Willingness to travel to meetings and events in Michigan.
Ability to oversee building repairs/improvements and foster tenant relations.
Proficient in the use of the Microsoft Office and QuickBooks Pro.
Physical Requirements: Minimal lifting, pulling, bending and carrying of heavy objects.
Other Requirements/Preferences: • Must possess a valid Michigan Driver’s License. (required) • Mandatory disclosure of all criminal convictions, current personal financial credit status, and any possible pending charges. (required) • Established relationships within Mid-Michigan. (preferred)
To Apply: Applicants must submit a current resume, a letter of interest including compensation/benefits requirement, and three references with complete contact information. To receive full consideration, applicants must submit all materials by 4:00 p.m. on March 16, 2018. The position may be filled any time after this posting. However, the search process will remain active until the position is filled. Please send your application to LASC Office Manager, Sara Martinez at: email@example.com or by mail to:
Mr. Andy George, President Lansing Area Safety Council 3315 S. Pennsylvania Ave. Lansing, MI 48910
If you have questions regarding this posting please contact Andy George at 517-285-4280 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional Salary Information: This 30 hour per week, part-time position offers flexibility, compensation, and benefits consistent with that of organizations similar in size, scope, scale and geographic location. Salary will be commensurate with responsibilities and experience. Salary incentives / merit bonus’ are negotiable based on income growth of the Lansing Area Safety Council at the completion of each calendar / budget year. Approval by the Board will be required for all negotiated merit bonus’ or salary adjustments. Benefits are negotiable. Performance bonuses.
About Lansing Area Safety Council
The Lansing Area Safety Council is a not-for-profit, non-governmental, educational organization. The Council was organized in 1939 and serves mid-Michigan. The Safety Council’s mission is to promote safety and health through education, training and advocacy.