EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR/CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Full-Time | Administration | Pocatello, ID
SEICAA Inc. is seeking an entrepreneurial chief executive to provide leadership to our exceptional 50 year record of providing opportunity for low and moderate income citizens of southeast Idaho. SEICAA Inc’s service territory includes Idaho counties; Bannock, Bear Lake, Bingham, Caribou, Franklin, Oneida and Power. The organization encompasses 11,000 miles of rural area and employs 37 people.
SEICAA Inc. was incorporated as a community action agency in 1969; with its central hub located in Pocatello, Idaho. The organization’s budget is $4.2 million dollars with multi-facetted funding streams/ requirements, and is comprised of eight (8) divisions.
- Community Services
- Rental housing
- Homeownership Opportunities
- “Meals on Wheels”
- Energy Assistance and Conservation
- Host agency to: Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)
SEICAA Inc. currently employees 34 employees in its seven county region.
The Chief Executive reports directly to a 12 member Board of Directors and is responsible for the day to operations of the organization. A full Job Description may be accessed here.
Knowledge: This position requires knowledge and expertise with leadership, general accounting and fiscal procedures. Individual must be self- directed, goal oriented and must have experience with grant administration, contract oversight, budget creation, monitoring and compliance, annual independent audit processes, records management, computer accounting software applications, payroll administration, and office practices.
Skills: This position requires advanced skills and knowledge in leadership, priority setting/ management, financial oversite, research, interpersonal communication, administration, and strategic planning for short and long term sustainability of the organization. To be considered for the position the ideal candidate should show demonstrated ability in leadership, budget(s) setting/oversight, carrying out agency wide policies/procedures, and contract compliance.
Abilities: This position requires the ability to: communicate clearly and demonstrate visionary leadership. Must be able to prioritize work and manage multiple projects; maintain confidentiality; communicate effectively orally and in writing; follow verbal and written instructions; establish effective working relationships with Agency employees, Leadership Team, Board of Directors, public, other partners and funding sources. Demonstrated ability to work closely with CPA audit firm to ensure compliance with OMB Uniform Guidance. Experience working with outside entities to identify, acquire, and maintain additional funding sources both public and private. Fundraising experience desired but not required.
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE and CONDITIONS FOR EMPLOYMENT:
The above knowledge, skills, and abilities are typically acquired through a combination of education and experience equivalent to:
- Degree in Public Administration, Business Administration or related fields and 5+ years’ experience working in non-profit administrative positions. (Commiserate work in non-profit/Community Action will be credited toward Education during selection process.)
- Current knowledge of all aspects of non-profit management including strategies and techniques for fiscal, operations, compliance, personnel, grant development ,budget setting and implementation.
- Experience developing, implementing, and managing grant funded programs.
- Certified Community Action Professional (CCAP) or CCAP Candidate preferred.
To apply send an email with cover letter detailing your qualifications, resume and salary requirements to:
Position will remain open until successful candidate has been hired.
SEICAA is an equal opportunity employer.