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Executive Director – Clubhouse Tulsa
Post Date: March 13, 2023 at 7:50 pm
Application Deadline: June 1, 2023
Agency Name: Clubhouse Tulsa
Website Address: https://www.clubhousetulsa.org/
Contact Name: Blake Shipley
Job Inquiry Phone: 918-510-7652
Job Inquiry Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Job Opening Title: Executive Director
Job Opening Description:
Clubhouse Tulsa, formerly Crossroads Clubhouse, is seeking an Executive Director to spearhead development and administration for this small non-profit serving individuals living with a mental health diagnosis. The Executive Director will serve as the organization’s primary fundraiser, friend-raiser, administrator and supervisor for about five employees, and program leader. The Executive Director will report to, and work with, the Board of Directors to implement the Board’s fundraising and strategic goals, and will work with employees and Clubhouse members to ensure that member relationships are developed and a community is created where members feel valued and supported.
Specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
-Managing the development and implementation of the strategic plan
-Building a staff and volunteer leadership team comprised of effective and caring individuals to work with members in accomplishing the mission of Clubhouse Tulsa and Clubhouse International, our accrediting body
-Acting as the primary liason to the Board of Directors, managing the annual budget and expanding revenue
-Monitors, evaluates, and assures program integrity and maintains accreditation
-Serves as a strong external facing advocate for the organization, increasing visibility and credibility
-Establishes and manages member referral sources, such as local hospitals, therapists, government agencies, and other non-profits
-Assisting members in obtaining benefits, psychiatric and medical treatment, and in using other community resources
-Assisting members in pursuing housing resources, education, and job placement both in traditional employment opportunities and by maintaining a Transitional Employment program that is unique to the Clubhouse model
-Fostering community with policies and culture as well as by providing program opportunities and fun activities
Job Opening Basic Qualifications:
-Fundraising experience strongly preferred
-Management experience preferred
-Experience working with a Board of Directors preferred
-Professional License (LMSW, LCSW) or other experience with mental health services preferred
Job Description Summary:
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