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Chief Executive Officer
The CEO will report to the Board of Directors and is responsible for:
CHAI is seeking an experienced and innovative CEO to drive the strategy and vision of the organization. The CEO will grow and strengthen the organization by providing leadership to ensure services to clients continue to be exemplary, by raising needed funds, and overseeing all operations of the agency. The CEO must assure that the needs of those currently served by CHAI can continue to be met in the future and that CHAI can position itself to help others in the community.
- Leading and developing a team of over 40 employees
- All aspects of Fund Development to increase, strengthen and diversify funding sources
- Administration and support for the Board of Directors; assistance with strategic planning and implementation of strategic and operational plans
- Work with clients and their family to promote solutions for a positive and safe environment to optimize quality of life.
- All aspects of Financial Management including budget preparation and the timely and accurate reporting of financial information
- All aspects of Human Resource Management including the performance appraisal process; employee recruitment and retention
The ideal candidate will have at least 5 years of senior leadership experience and a Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Service related field. A Master’s degree would be helpful. Experience with adults with cognitive disabilities a plus. Please email your resume to Charlotte Keany or send it to Charlotte via fax at: 214-821-3845.
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Life Skills Trainer
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