Chief Executive Officer
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) leads the organization's purpose by addressing systems issues that affect the lives of people with disabilities. She/he ensures proper administration of contracts, budgets, finances, personnel, operations, agency and contract goals, resource development, and marketing. She/he carries out the policies and direction established by the Board of Directors and ensures that CFI complies with all the laws and requirements that govern Centers for Independent Living (CILs) in Colorado.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: BA/BS in Social Sciences, Public Administration, or Business Administration or related field and five years' experience in the nonprofit sector as a senior manager. Experience providing services to people with disabilities, and knowledge of independent living philosophy. Thorough understanding of the regulatory requirements under which nonprofits businesses operate. Experience with government contracts, meeting multiple deadlines with specific data-based outcomes, and delivery of results in a detail report. Must pass a criminal background check.
BENEFITS INCLUDE: 70% Cost sharing on Medical Insurance Matching 403(b) Retirement benefit after 1 year Paid sick and vacation leave 13 paid holidays Here to help you navigate since 1982
FOR FULL JOB DESCRIPTION visit www.cfigj.org and click on the application link on our homepage $70,000 - $80,000 based upon qualifications and experience Resumes will be accepted through May 15, 2022. Individuals requiring accommodations during the application process should communicate specific requirements when submitting their cover letters and resumes, and to the chair of the search committee during the interview and selection process. Position is expected to start after July 1, 2022.
AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY: 1. Leadership 2. Creatively Driving Programmatic Growth and Development 3. Revenue Strategy and Generation 4. People Leadership and Development 5. Financial Oversight and Legal Compliance 6. Advocacy for CFI Mission 7. Board of Directors Relations 8. Future Focus The Center for Independence is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring staff who reflect the diversity of the community. Persons with disabilities, women, veterans and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply. Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential