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The Raise Foundation’s Mission
Our Mission is to stop the cycle of child abuse through education, advocacy, community collaboration, comprehensive services and through our role as Orange County’s designated Child Abuse Prevention Council.
Position Opening: Executive Director
The Raise Foundation, a non-profit social service agency located in Orange County, CA, seeks an Executive Director to position the agency for the changes and challenges of the next decade. The ideal candidate will be an accomplished executive able to maintain strong, positive relationships with contractors, funders and collaborative partners, and who can identify and procure new sources of revenue and sustain/create programs to meet the future.
This is a full time exempt status position requiring excellent leadership, analytical, decision making, organizational and communication skills. The Raise Foundation, with an annual budget of $1 million and 22 employees, provides family strengthening, child abuse prevention services through eight family resource center collaboratives throughout Orange County. The Raise Foundation also serves as the official Child Abuse Prevention Council (CAPC) for the County of Orange. Responsibilities under this appointment, include child abuse/child safety public awareness campaigns, professional development workshops, the annual Child Abuse Prevention Conference, etc.
Candidates must meet the following requirements:
Preferred: Masters Degree in Social Work or closely related field with eight years management experience in a social services, non-profit and/or governmental agency.
Required: Bachelors Degree in Social Work or closely related field with eight years management experience in a social services, non-profit and/or governmental agency.
Preferred: Eight years experience as the executive director of a social services, non-profit agency. Experience managing a Child Abuse Prevention Council in the State of California. Knowledge of the Orange County community.
Required: Eight years experience in a supervisory/management capacity with a social services, non-profit agency (minimum of five employees).
The ability to work successfully in collaborative relationships with other community-based organizations is essential.
Excellent communication skills, both oral (English) and written (English).
Experience in fundraising and grant writing, as well as the preparation of proposals for Federal, State and local funding.
Cover letters, resumes and salary requirements can be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org