Job Opening – Executive Director Job Opening - Executive Director Roads to Peace (Clinton County Women’s Center, Inc.)is looking for a qualified candidate to fill the openExecutive Director of Finance, Client, and Shelter Services positionSee the job description below or download it here.If interested in applying, please submit a cover letter and resume to Attn: Human Resources at HRExpert@CertifiedHRExperts.com by February 15, 2022.If you have any questions, please call (717) 461-3177. Reports to: Board of DirectorsFLSA Status: Full time, exempt (may have flexibility)Work hours: 40 hours per week (flexibility required for some nights and/or weekends)Travel Expectations: Minimal travel, including overnight, requiredSalary: $75,000 annuallySupervision: Oversees the administrative staff and the management teamSummaryProvide support to and help advance the mission, programs, and services by exhibiting leadership, accountability, and responsibility. In addition, support the Board of Directors and the community as well.Essential ResponsibilitiesMaintain strict confidentiality standardsOversee the day-to-day finances and operationsPrepare and oversee the administration of an annual budgetHire, terminate, evaluate and oversee the management teamAssign all new administrative staffCoordinate and implement program development with administrative staffMeet bi-weekly with administrative staff to maintain continuity of servicesWith assigned staff, oversee the preparation of all required reports and records and submit in a timely fashionDevelop funding resources and prepare grant proposals to attain program goalsServe as Section 504 Coordinator for non-direct service employees and volunteersDevelop and maintain working relationships with organizations and systems that deal with victims of sexual assault and domestic violenceServe as a delegate to the Membership of the corporate affiliates such as PCAR, PCCD, and the PCADVParticipate in relevant task forces and meetingsAttend all required meetings with funders as scheduled by those entities and other Committee meetingsPrepare monthly reports regarding the status of the organization, including finance, staffing, and program accomplishments for the Board of DirectorsMaintain a constructive working relationship with the Board of DirectorsDocument time efforts in ETO (Efforts to Outcomes Database system)Document time efforts in Insite payroll time tracking programWork with the Board to plan for the organization’s future and oversee the development of staff workplans to accomplish those goalsModel trauma-informed supervision for staffLead the organization’s diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts to support survivors and staffAdditional ResponsibilitiesRespond to the needs of individuals impacted by domestic violence and sexual assault in the absence of an advocateProvide transportation for clients as requiredComplete and remain current in all trainings related to essential responsibilities and expectations required by the funders of CCWC-RTPAssist and participate in training of staff and prospective volunteersQualificationsMaster’s Degree (preferred) and/or Bachelors’ Degree with leadership and Grant Writing experience in relevant field or an equivalent combination of education and experienceGrant writing experience (preferred)History of grant funding successHuman Resource experience (preferred)History of progressive leadership experienceMinimum of 1 year experience working in a non-profit organizationLocation:Not a remote position. This role is required to be “on site” at the Center.[Candidates that live in Clinton County, PA and/or within a one-hour travel distance from CCWC-RTP are preferred]. Roads to Peace (Clinton County Women’s Center, Inc.)is an EEOC Organization that embraces D.E.I.