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President and CEO - New Jersey
Junior Achievement of New Jersey inc in Edison, New Jersey
 
 
 
Date Posted 02/03/2022
Category
Executive-President and Chancellor
Nonprofit-Executive
Employment Type Fulltime
Application Deadline Open until filled
 
 
 
 
 

Junior Achievement of New Jersey

https://janj.ja.org/

THE POSITION – President and CEO

Reports to: JA of New Jersey Board of Directors

Supervises: Staff of 12 FT and 10+ PT

Location: Edison, NJ City

Position Overview: The President and CEO will be responsible for achieving the strategic objectives for the organization established in partnership with the Board of Directors. It is essential that the President and CEO demonstrate:

· Visionary Leadership to inspire and execute on transformational change and capital campaigns;campaigns

· Capability to cultivate new and existing stakeholder relationships inclusive of the business community, public sector (local government, foundations, and & education system), JA of New Jersey Board Members and the JA USA® Organization;Organization

· Proven success in fund raising activities from business community, public sectorsector, and individuals.

· Capability to create an inclusive organizational culture that attracts and retains diverse talent.

· Strong administrative and& finance management skills and the ability to leverage technology, data, and digital understanding to enhance efficiency and effectiveness of the organization itself and deployment of JA programs to young people in the communities JA serves.

The President and CEO overseas all activities of the organization, including the following primary areas: organizational leadership, planning, and execution; Board relations and governance; resource development; external relations, communicationscommunications, and awareness; financial, human resources and administrative management; and program strategy, implementation, and delivery.

THE ORGANIZATION:

Junior Achievement of New Jersey(JA of New Jersey) is the local affiliate of Junior Achievement USA® (JA USA®), the nation’s largest organization dedicated to giving young people the knowledge and skills they need to own their economic success, plan for their future, and make smart academic and economic choices. JA of New Jersey operates as a separate legal entity affiliate through a licensing and operating agreement with JA USA®.

JA of New Jersey’s mission is to inspire, empower, and prepare young people to succeed in the global economy. Our experiential K-12 educational programs focus on three key content areas – financial literacy, work readiness, and entrepreneurship. JA of New Jersey provides educational content, inspiring young people to learn how our economy works, how to plan for their futures, understand the world of work, and live up to their full potential.

A network of recruited and trained business, community, and student volunteers deliver our state-of-the-art curricula in school, afterschool, and in workplace settings throughout New JerseyOrange. Most years, the majority of the students we reach and serve are from diverse, low-to-moderate income households and attend schools in high need, underserved communities.

JA of New Jersey has demonstrated strong resiliency and financial stability for nearly two decades. Last year, JA of New Jersey programs reached more than 86,000 students and the goal is to reach 100,000 this year. JA of New York hasJersey has cultivated partnerships between hundreds of businesses and other organizations, and many schools across the state to ensure that young people are better prepared to maximize their preparation for and quality of life as adults. Many of the state’s largest companies partner with us as a way toto both make an impact in the community and help meet the demand of today's business professionals for a meaningful volunteer experience.

JA of New Jersey is headquartered in Edison. The organization utilizes a New Jersey workforce that operates in dynamic in-person environment and has a flexible &and resilient model which enables its workforce to operate remotely, if necessary.

PRIMARY DETAILED AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY:

Organizational Leadership, Planning, and Execution:

o Together with the Board of Directors, develop and maintain a compelling vision and strategic and operating plan to guide JA of New Jersey to articulate a shared purpose and clear direction to inspire and motivate all stakeholders.

o Ensure achievement of the objectives set forth in the plan, working to allocate financial, people, and other resources efficiently and effectively to do so.

o Leading by example, foster a positive, can-do, forward-looking, growth-oriented organizational culture characterized by commitment to the mission, organization, and stakeholders.

o Recruit, develop, and motivate staff to be successful in achieving organizational objectives, goals, and results; foster a climate of inclusiveness, initiative, and accountability.

o Demonstrate personal and organizational commitment to the community and stakeholders served by JA of New Jersey.

Board Development and Relations, and Governance:

o Work with the Board of Directors, and especially through the Board Nominating Committee and Executive Committee, to actively recruit high quality Board members and effectively encourage active and engaged relationships with all Board members.

o Work collaboratively with the Board to develop, maintain, and monitor policies and procedures that ensure proper governance and Board oversight of JA of New Jersey.

o Work collaboratively with the Board of Directors, especially the Executive Committee and the Chair, Treasurer and Secretary, and outside counsel as necessary, to monitor, identify, evaluate, and mitigate a broad range of organizational risks, including but not limited to legal, financial, regulatory, brand, and other.

o Ensure that JA of New Jersey operates in compliance with its Licensing and Operating Agreement with JA USA, andJA USA® and works actively and collaboratively with JA USA® for the mutual benefit of both entities.

Resource Development:

o Lead and actively engage personally in the organization’s efforts to secure revenue to meet annual budget objectives as well as planning for future initiatives.

o Undertake periodic capital campaigns to enable the organization to meet its long-term financial needs whether through endowment, funding specific transformational initiatives, or other strategic long-term initiatives.

o Work to actively engage Board Members members and their companies and organizations in this effort, as well as non-Board and new sources of funding and revenue.

o Work closely with the Resource Development leader and team, along with a board committee, to recruit a diverse mix of corporate, individual, foundation, and public sector funding; cultivate positive long-term relationships with current and prospective funders and partners; and build systems and pipelines to help ensure success.

External Relations, Communications, and Organizational Awareness:

o Serve as the primary spokesperson for JA of New Jersey.

o Effectively represent JA of New Jersey to all stakeholders and constituencies, including business, civic, donor, education, foundation, government, philanthropic, media, and public sector communities; and the JA USA® national organization.

o Work with internal communications leader and team, along with the board, to support, develop, build, and maintain robust marketing, communications, and awareness programs and campaigns inclusive of digital media to reach various JA of New Jersey stakeholders and constituencies.

Financial, Administrative,* and HR Management: *

o Maintain rigorous systems and procedures to ensure financial stability necessary to support strategic objectives and to sustain and expand operations and programs.

o Develop, oversee, monitor, and manage annual budgets, including income, expense, and cash flow.

o Ensure compliance with generally accepted accounting principles for external reporting, and compliance with all Federal, state, and local legal and regulatory requirements.

o Interact with integrity in communications and representations with external auditors and regulators on annual and periodic inspections.

o Oversee and maintain clearly articulated and consistent administrative and HR policies and procedures. Ensure compliance with all employment policies, procedures, and legal requirements.

o Oversee a performance management process for all staff; maintain an accurate job description for each position; monitor performance; conduct performance reviews; coach and mentor as needed.

Program Strategy, Development, and Implementation:

o Develop and implement the strategic, tactical, and operational educational program goals consistent with JA of New Jersey’s organizational mission and strategy as well as overall JA USA® mission and guidelines.

o Oversee and support the Program leader and team, along with the board, in executing, delivering, and evaluating programs at a high-quality level and in an efficient and effective manner.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher
  • 15-plus years of increasing organizational management experience
  • Proven success in fundraising and institutional partnership and constituent relationship building
  • Prepared and experienced to undertake and complete successful capital campaigns and transformational initiatives.
  • Experience with/strong working knowledge of working with a nonprofit Board of Directors
  • Working knowledge of culture of nonprofit organizations
  • Interest and working knowledge in Junior Achievement educational content areas; youth development and empowerment issues; and education
  • Direct experience/strong working knowledge of financial, human resource, and administrative management
  • Vision – able to see and chart the future for the organization while staying true to mission
  • Ethical – Demonstrates and encourages integrity, character, and fairness
  • Excellent communication and teamwork skills; strong ability to manage “up and down”
  • Ability and willingness to embrace and perform wide range of activities, from high profile engagements to detailed management and oversight

Please upload a detailed cover letter and resume to this site to initiate consideration for this position. If your work experience does not specifically align with the position responsibilities and qualifications listed, please include a description in your cover letter how your experience might position you for success in the role. Base Salary range $XX with potential variable compensation up to 15% of Base Salary. Compensation and benefits commensurate with experience.

JA of New Jersey is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion, and to cultivating and maintaining a workforce and culture that reflect the students we serve.

Job Type: Full-time

Benefits:

  • 401(k)
  • Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Vision insurance

Schedule:

  • 8 hour shift
  • Weekend availability

Supplemental Pay:

  • Bonus pay

Education:

  • Bachelor's (Required)

Experience:

  • Chief Executive Officers: 10 years (Required)

Work Location: One location

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