EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Type: Full Time Exempt Employee Status Salary: $55,000 – 75,000/year depending on experience Benefits: Stipend available for health insurance and moving expenses, generous PTO policy,…
Type: Full Time Exempt Employee Status
Salary: $55,000 – 75,000/year depending on experience
Benefits: Stipend available for health insurance and moving expenses, generous PTO policy, flexible schedule
Work location: Cadillac, Michigan
Founded in 1984, the OASIS Family Resource Center’s mission is to strengthen and safeguard the families in Wexford and Missaukee Counties. We do this by offering empowerment- and strength-based direct services for survivors experiencing domestic violence and sexual assault throughout a geographically large and rural area. Services include: emergency shelter, crisis intervention counseling, a 24-hour crisis hotline, support groups, survivor advocacy, transitional housing, and community education on the dynamics and prevention of interpersonal violence. OASIS also operates the Family Resource Center (FRC) and the Second Chance resale store. The FRC provides parenting classes, resource material and in-home parent education services.
For more information, please visit https://www.cadillacoasis-frc.org/
The OASIS Family Resource Center (OASIS) Board of Directors is looking for an Executive Director (ED) to join our nonprofit organization. The ED will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for OASIS’ staff, programs, expansion, and execution of its mission. The ideal candidate will be a natural connector with excellent listening, communication and relationship-building skills, able to aggregate talent and allies and build bridges between people from different communities, sectors and backgrounds. They will demonstrate a keen awareness of the needs and strengths of people and the versatility to read and respond to a changing environment and diverse perspectives, all from a social justice, intersectional framework of working with survivors. They will be survivor-centered and trauma-informed.
The ED will be responsible for furthering OASIS’ mission while embracing and implementing an empowerment-based, trauma-informed philosophy of working with survivors. The ED’s general responsibilities will include the supervision of a $1.6 million operating budget and direct supervision of management staff. Additional responsibilities include:
The ED will be thoroughly committed to OASIS’ mission, the people we serve and an empowerment-based philosophy. All candidates must have proven leadership, coaching and relationship management experience. The ED must also have extensive knowledge of: the dynamics of domestic violence and sexual assault; the history of the prevention and intervention of violence against women and childhood trauma; and, the societal impact of gender-based violence.
Concrete demonstrable experience and other qualifications include:
OASIS is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charitable nonprofit. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) that is committed to a diverse workplace. We strongly encourage people of color, people with disabilities, women, survivors and LGBTQ candidates to apply.
To apply, please send: a cover letter summarizing your qualifications and what makes you excited about the position and a resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org.