Organization: Greater Park Hill Community, Inc.Title: Executive Director
Categories: Nonprofit Jobs
Organization Type: 501(c)(3)
The Greater Park Hill Community, Inc., is a volunteer-based registered neighborhood organization that:
- promotes the character and vibrancy of Park Hill;
- provides resources, information and advocacy; and
- quality of life and the history of the neighborhood through community participation.
Learn more about the history of the GPHC, founded in 1961 at http://greaterparkhill.org/2010/01/01/a-brief-history-of-the-greater-park-hill-community-inc/
The Executive Director of the Greater Park Hill Community, Inc. (GPHC) is an employee of the organization. Although the Executive Director is expected to work closely with the GPHC Board of Governors and the Executive Committee, he or she is not a member of either, and has no voting rights within the organization. Unless specifically directed by the Chair or Chair-Elect, the Executive Director has no authority to terminate any staff member or contract worker.
The Executive Director works with the Board, Executive Committee, other committee members, volunteers and contractors to carry out the mission of the organization.
- Office and Property Management
- GPHC Emergency Food Pantry
- Records and Files, Website, Social Networking Sites
- Interaction with Board of Governors and Executive Committee
- Community Relations
- Volunteer Coordination & Management
Specific Skills and Education needed include:
- An Associate’s degree plus two years of prior executive director or management experience, or equivalent required.
- Developing strong and positive GPHC Board of Governors, volunteers, and membership relations.
- Fund-raising, grant proposal writing and community relations;
- Broad understanding of neighborhood issues, including zoning, crime prevention, and City-wide issues;
- Broad understanding of City processes and/or programs that govern the areas of neighborhood concerns;
- Negotiating constructive solutions to neighborhood/neighbor problems;
- Fiscally sound financial management of organization’s budget;
- Coordinating multi-faceted programs;
- Managing diverse volunteers and part-time staff;
- Various computer programs, including Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, etc.
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