Executive Director, Boston, MA

Company Name:
March of Dimes
Executive Director, Boston, MA
Job ID #:2151 Location:MA - Westborough
Functional Area:Fundraising Department / Chapter:Massachusetts
Position Type:Full Time Regular Education Required:Bachelors Degree
Experience Required:5 - 7 Years Relocation Provided:No
Position Purpose
Organize and manage all volunteer and revenue development activities including fundraising, committee, and board functions in the Greater Boston Area
Position Responsibilities
o Plan and execute fundraising activities.
o Recruit, orient, train and develop volunteers and staff in fundraising, program and division activities.
o Recruit and train Board volunteers; develop and manage Boards in Boston, the Merrimack Valley and Southeastern Massachusetts
o Manage event committees.
o Prepare and administer division budget.
o Secure sponsorship base for fundraising events.
oSupervise three Community Directors and manage recruitment and staff assignments.
Qualifications Required
o Bachelor s degree or equivalent.
o Minimum 5 - 7 years of fundraising, budgeting, sales and/or marketing, and event planning experience.
o Demonstrated volunteer recruitment and development experience.
o Supervisory management experience necessary
o Excellent verbal and written communication skills and interpersonal skills.
o Demonstrated leadership, organization, team building, problem solving, planning, and implementation skills.
o Good computer skills, especially Microsoft Office applications
o Must be flexible and willing to travel approximately 15%25%20- 20%25%20of the time.
o Must successfully complete a credit and criminal background check.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against applicants due to race, ethnicity, gender, veteran status, or on the basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.

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