Executive Jobs

Executive Director

The Chicago Abortion Fund is seeking a bold leader to build upon our successes and guide the organization as it enters a new phase of growth and impact.

Development Officers

The Development Officer is responsible, at the local level, for the development, oversight, execution and monitoring of a diversified comprehensive fund development and public awareness plan, aligned with MADD’s strategic plan. Ensures effective and aggressive growth in fund development through core strategies which are committed to fulfilling MADD’s mission, including but not limited to: corporate and foundation solicitation, individual giving, 3rd party events, honor/memorial giving and fund raising programs.


The Gathering Place’s President is responsible for all aspects of the organization, including fulfillment of the organization’s mission, implementation of the organization’s strategic plan, development of the organization’s mission driven culture, achievement of fiscal and legal health, and cultivation of philanthropic resources and strategic partnerships. This individual will represent both TGP and its members and serve as the organization’s and members’ advocate while also promoting the organization’s goal of providing community support services for women, children and transgender individuals.

Chief Executive Officer

The Jewish Foundation for Group Homes (JFGH) provides programs and services for more than 200 individuals in over 70 sites throughout the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area through residential, transitioning youth and social programs which enhance the independence, dignity, choice, and community inclusion of individuals with developmental disabilities and/or chronic mental disorders, regardless of faith or creed.

One of JFGH’s newer programs, the MOST program (Meaningful Opportunities for Successful Transitions) enables program participants to achieve independence towards furthering education, training in a career, job development, or general independent living. Headquartered in Rockville, JFGH has an annual operating budget of just over $15M and has a staff of 288. For more information, please visit www.JFGH.org

Partnering with a dedicated board and staff, JFGH’s next CEO will be an entrepreneurial leader for a highly-regarded and financially sound organization within a very regulated direct service industry while seizing new opportunities in expanding programs and housing units throughout Maryland and Northern Virginia.

 At least 10 years of executive management experience leading a performance- and outcomes-based organization and staff in a similar multi-layered, multi-site direct services environment.
 Strong business acumen and entrepreneurial mindset with proven experience growing organizations.
 Knowledge of housing and real estate development is helpful.

For a complete position description, please visit https://drg.mycompas.com/staff/compas_sharejob.aspx?rIdEnc=jveYQsm9hyg&rpIdEnc=ynNnoxdnsO4#.W_1_Jhchg4Q.link

Executive Director

Executive Director of a non profit Camp and Conference Center

Executive Director

This is an exciting opportunity to lead an international organization recognized as the leader in representing converters of metallized, laminated and coated flexible substrates and their suppliers. AIMCAL, the Association of International Metallizers, Coaters and Laminators, a 501c3 non-profit trade association, is seeking its next Executive Director who will provide dynamic leadership in positioning and guiding AIMCAL as it moves into a period of expansion and growth.

Chief Operating Officer

Unity Health Care, Inc. seeks a Chief Operating Officer (COO) to support the organization in promoting healthier communities through compassion and comprehensive health and human services, driving change within the health care system, and advocating for historically underserved communities.

Chief Financial Officer

The NAACP has exclusively retained Nonprofit HR to assist in the recruitment efforts for its next Chief Financial Officer (CFO). The CFO is responsible for the control of all internal financial systems necessary to carry out the Association’s business in compliance with governing regulations, laws, and accounting standards. The position of CFO is a critical and visible position requiring strong business (financial, operations), staff development and change management experience and the ability to establish oneself as a trusted advisor to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) on all matters pertaining to the financial stewardship of the organization.

AABR-Chief Executive Officer

AABR’s empowering educational services, clinical support, and innovative programming benefit more than 1,000 children and adults with developmental disabilities through over 30 related day habilitation programs and housing for 162 individuals in 22 group homes throughout New York City and one vacation home on the East End of Long Island in Mattituk. Headquartered in College Point in Queens, NY and with sites and group homes throughout New York City, AABR has an annual operating budget of $38M and the year 2017-2018 closes with a strong financial position. AABR has a staff of 630 of which roughly half are unionized.

AABR’s next CEO will lead by ensuring superior standards of person-centered care and service delivery, progressive service growth and sound business expansion, a positive reputation with stakeholder groups, as well as ethical conduct throughout the organization. As part of Managed Care arriving in New York State in 2018, the CEO will ensure the organization’s continued transition into this service model.

Qualified Candidates will have
• Minimum of 15 years’ experience in a related highly regulated direct services field and a relevant Master’s Degree.
• Experiences within a disabilities environment and within an organized labor setting are helpful.
• Understanding of the human services sector and the impact of legislation on it; knowledge of federal, NY regulations preferred, but not required.
• Commitment to change/improvement.

For more information, please visit http://www.aabr.org/
To apply to this position please visit www.DRGsearch.com

Executive Director

The National Liquor Law Enforcement Association, a small 501(c)6 non-profit organization, seeks an Executive Director.
The Executive Director is the key management leader of the NLLEA. The Executive Director is responsible for overseeing the administration, programs and strategic plan of the organization. Other key duties include administering current grants and contracts, seeking new funding opportunities, overseeing the day-to-day operations of the Association, including annual conference, training symposium, and member communications and outreach. The position reports directly to the Executive Board.

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