Company: Armed Services YMCA
Location: San Diego
Posted on: May 26, 2023
The Executive Director of our San Diego branch will be
responsible for total operations including programming, finance and
operations oversight, marketing, facilities, volunteer and staff
development, financial development, community relations and
collaborations with community agencies.Main Duties and
- Promotes the mission in the local community and develops
positive working relationships with other organizations,
businesses, and governmental entities.
- Directs branch strategic planning efforts and develops the
annual operating plan of the branch.
- Directs the financial development activities of the
- Develops, maintains, and models collaborative relationships
with community agencies in service delivery area.
- Coordinates the development of the branch board and
- Directs the volunteer activities (policy and program) of the
- Oversees and ensures compliance in the hiring, training,
development and supervision of staff and volunteers, while
fostering a positive work environment.
- Models relationship-building skills in all interactions with
staff, volunteers, members, and the community.
- Develops, manages, and monitors the branch operating budget and
meets or exceeds budget goals.
- Develops and directs high quality relationship-based member
- Ensures the safety and maintenance of high quality facilities,
grounds, and equipment.
- Directs branch marketing and communication efforts to
effectively communicate programs and services to the
- Serves as a member of Executive Director Team and supports the
overall objectives of the organization.
- Performs other duties as assigned.Qualifications:
- Proven track record in directing total operations through sound
fiscal management; volunteer development; supervision, development
and retention of staff; development and monitoring of budgets,
marketing and public relations, and program development.
- Demonstrated experience in management and development of
volunteer/partnership involvement; ability to recruit, develop and
maintain positive relationships with top community leaders and
- Bachelor's degree in human services, social services, business
- Ten or more years of management experience, preferably in a
- Ability to relate effectively to diverse groups of people from
all social and economic segments in the community.
- Military experience a plus.Armed Services YMCA is an Equal
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