Based in Portland, Oregon, Bradley Angle is a social service nonprofit organization working with survivors of domestic violence and their children. With an annual budget of $2.7M, Bradley Angle is governed by a dedicated board of directors and operates with a talented staff of 35 and a myriad of volunteers and community partners.
In its next Executive Director, Bradley Angle seeks a mission-driven individual with proven management and leadership experience, a passion for fundraising, and a commitment to ending domestic violence.
The Executive Director will work to:
- Strengthen organizational development following a period of significant organizational growth and change;
- Increase community engagement, deepen partnerships, and elevate the organization’s profile; and
- Steward and grow financial resources to build long-term sustainability.
The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors and leads a management team that includes the Deputy Director, Director of Finance and Operations, Director of Fund Development, and Office Manager.
Required Experience, Knowledge and Capabilities:
- Mission Oriented: Passion for Bradley Angle’s mission and commitment to our values (See pages 2-3).
- Nonprofit Organization Leadership: Minimum eight years of management experience in a nonprofit organization. Proven ability to work effectively with a board and staff, including building relationships, aligning around strategic goals, working with conflict, and fostering a culture of respect, transparency, and accountability; includes a demonstrated commitment to staff development. Previous Executive Director experience strongly preferred.
- Resource Development and Fundraising: A track record of developing revenues from diverse sources including grants and individual donors. Familiarity with government contracting.
- Culturally Responsive Management: Ability to work cross-culturally. Experience building a diverse staff team and embedding equity and inclusion within programs, practices, and policies.
- Communications: Outstanding interpersonal communication skills. Ability to communicate effectively with stakeholders: staff, board, local governments, elected officials, foundations, donors, and community partners—including culturally-specific organizations.
- Financial Management: Experience managing budgets and overseeing finances in an organization or program with a budget of at least $1M (nonprofit experience required).
- Domestic Violence Familiarity: Familiar with trauma-informed and other progressive practices in domestic violence, or a related field.
- Self-aware, with an understanding of the dynamics of privilege and a desire to address inequities.
- Passionate, adaptable, persevering, open to learning, and empathetic.
Additional Helpful Experience and Connections
- Knowledge of local DV organizations, partners, and funders.
- Existing relationships with LGBTQ and African-American communities (BA has programs focused on these populations).
- Experience with public policy advocacy.
The salary range for the Executive Director position is $80,000 to $90,000 depending upon experience. This is a full-time exempt position with generous benefits.
Apply by December 11, 2017.
To apply please submit the following: (1) A cover letter that reflects how your experience qualifies you to become the Executive Director of Bradley Angle and why you want to work here, and (2) A complete chronological resume.
Send via email as a PDF to Bradley Angle: firstname.lastname@example.org. Subject line: Executive Director. Please also use this email address to request an accommodation.