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  • Executive Director

    Paul Lammermeier Foundation
    Job Description
    Position Overview
    The Executive Director is a contract position, responsible for the overall management of the Paul Lammermeier Foundation (PLF), including all programs and business operations. Areas of responsibility include ensuring the organization is true to its mission and vision, fundraising, and public relations. This contractor is directly accountable to the board of directors through the elected board chair. The Executive Director must be able to adapt to a continually evolving environment and thrive in an autonomous, self-directed workplace.

    Responsibilities
    • Fundraising, including:
      • Maintaining a donor database; upgrading donor systems
      • Organizing an annual fundraising campaign, including organizing volunteers
      • Event planning, including annual dinner and other events
      • Work with the board to raise funds from the community
      • Follow-up with donors, prepare and submit grant applications/funding proposals as appropriate
    • Deepen and refine communications, from web presence to external relations, to create a stronger brand
    • Develop goals and objectives and set priorities consistent with the mission, vision, and strategy of the organization, and present these goals/objectives to the board of directors annually
      • Oversee all activities to ensure that objectives and outcomes are met and/or improving
      • Develop, recommend, and monitor annual budget in collaboration with the board treasurer
      • Engage and energize, lead and direct volunteers, board members, partners and donors
      • Assist the board chair in planning the agenda and materials for board meetings
      • Support, maintain, and develop a strong board of directors and board committees
     
    Requirements
    • Passion for mission, transparency and high integrity
    • Alignment with Jesuit ideals
    • Strong organizational abilities including planning, delegating, and task facilitation
    • Strong written and oral communication skills and attention to detail
    • Ability to interface and engage with diverse volunteer and donor groups
    • Strong computer skills: Microsoft Office, Publisher (or similar program to develop newsletters), and ability to maintain Access database
    • Fundraising/development experience preferred
    • Experience with a non-profit organization preferred
    • Proficiency in Spanish desired
     
    Compensation/Pay Period
    • Contract employment (1099)
    • $1,700-2,100 per month, based on experience, paid monthly
     
    Hours
    • Flexible and seasonal depending on time of year, averaging 12-18 hours per week
    • 24 hour response is expected
     
    Office
    • Virtual office
    • Office equipment required to be provided by contractor:
      • Computer & printer & mobile smartphone
      • High speed internet access
      • Microsoft Office software
    to apply, please summit resume to Harry Blanton: hcblanton65@gmail.com
    Contact Information