American Heart Association Executive Director in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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The American Heart Association has an excellent opportunity for an Executive Director responsible for the state of Delaware . The Executive Director is responsible for the implementation of assigned development projects and fundraising campaign revenue in Delaware . This position oversees the markets leadership management team (3 direct reports). The Executive Director is leading fundraising revenue goals and community health initiatives through volunteer boards and volunteer committees to implement and successfully complete Association goals. Provides coaching and supervision to leadership team, including fundraising, community impact, and administrative staff. The fundraising events in the assigned markets include Heart Ball, Go Red for Women Luncheon, Heart Walk, and add-on events.
The Association offers many resources to help you maintain work-life harmonization through your changing needs and life situations. To help you be successful, you will have access to Heart U, our award-winning corporate university, as well as training and support locally and through our National Center.
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We are seeking an inspiring leader to drive the strategy and execution of corporate revenue and health impact goals for the market. Provides mentorship and supervision for Director level staff implementing events and Community Health actions. The Executive Director will supervise staff who will lead events while adhering to specific American Heart Association “Best Practices&rdquo.
Guide and lead team to achieve event and campaign revenue goals. Accountable for hiring, directing, training, evaluating, and terminating staff under their supervision.
Develop, monitor, and evaluate an annual working plan with dollar and volunteer recruitment goals, budget, and timelines for the events. Develop contingency plans, as needed to successfully complete fundraising activities.
Develop profiles on the top businesses within the assigned geographic area with a detailed plan to secure their involvement. Complete company goal setting worksheets and prioritizes companies by their potential.
Develop and lead volunteer Board of Directors, consisting of top-level corporate executives.
Build, monitor, and evaluate an annual working plan with dollar and volunteer recruitment goals, budget, and timelines for the events.
Develop profiles on the top businesses within the assigned market areas and build relationships with key corporate leaders who can support initiatives.
Responsible for staff follow-up and monitoring of assigned fundraising activities.
Want to help get your resume to the top? Take a look at the experience we require:
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university preferred.
Must have at least 4+ years of experience in fundraising, outside sales or in a nonprofit organization in a similar capacity.
Must have at least 2 years of experience in a management capacity. This experience may occur within the 2-year related experience requirement. Experience gained through direct internal work on the Associations projects/priorities may substitute for this requirement and will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Knowledge of community organization, sales, fundraising, and marketing principles, practices, techniques, and trends.
Proven verbal and written communication skills, including large and small group presentations, group facilitation, and training. Skill in written communications to include clear and concise narrative reports, evaluations and similar narrative pieces.
Ability to read, comprehend and analyze number goals, as well as fundraising reports. Skill in use of spreadsheet/database analysis.
Ability to function independently with minimal direction.
Ability to delegate and accomplish goals through volunteers.
Ability to do daily travel up to 75% and overnight travel up to 25%.
Must have at least basic knowledge and skill with Microsoft Office used for word processing, email, presentations, and spreadsheets.
Must be able to lift and/or move up to 20 pounds with the expectation that items in excess of 25 pounds would be broken down into smaller components or additional assistance is required before lifting and/or moving.
Attracting dedicated, committed employees means offering a competitive benefits package, ongoing professional development and training, and a diverse and inclusive environment in which to work and grow. And we do.
Compensation & Benefits
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Compensation – Our goal is to ensure you have a competitive base salary. That’s why we regularly review the market value of jobs and make adjustments, as needed.
Performance and Recognition – You are rewarded for achieving success by merit increases and incentive programs, based on the type of position.
Benefits – We offer a wide array of benefits including medical, dental, vision, disability, and life insurance, along with a robust retirement program that includes an employer match and automatic contribution. As a mark of our commitment to employee well-being, we also offer an employee assistance program, employee wellness program and telemedicine, and medical consultation.
Professional Development – You can join one of our many Employee Resource Groups (ERG) or be a mentor/mentee in our professional mentoring program. HeartU is the Association’s national online university, with more than 100,000 resources designed to meet your needs and busy schedule.
Work-Life Harmonization – The Association offers Paid Time Off (PTO) at a minimum of 16 days per year for new employees. The number of days will increase based on seniority level. You will also have a total of 12 paid holidays off each year, which includes several days off at the end of the year.
Tuition Assistance - We support the career development of all employees. This program provides financial assistance to employees who wish to further their education and career in relation to their current duties and responsibilities, or for potential future positions in the organization.
The American Heart Association’s 2024 Goal: Every person deserves the opportunity for a full, healthy life. As champions for health equity, by 2024, the American Heart Association will advance cardiovascular health for all, including identifying and removing barriers to health care access and quality.
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EOE/Protected Veterans/Persons with Disabilities
Posted Date 3 weeks ago (3/3/2023 11:22 AM)
Requisition ID 2023-10101
Job Category Field Campaigns
Additional Locations US-PA-Philadelphia
Position Type Full Time