Chief Executive Officer
Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center

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Post Date: Jan 06, 2020
Job Type: Full Time
Start Date: May-June 2020
Salary: - n/a -
Location: US - Massachusetts - Boston
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Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center

The Position

BCNC seeks to hire an enthusiastic, mission-driven professional to join this dynamic organization. An ideal candidate is one who is passionate about, and dedicated to, improving the lives of families in the community. BCNC embodies a respectful, collaborative, and supportive work environment, and seeks applicants who value a similar work culture.

The CEO will manage a not-for-profit with an annual budget of $6.5 million, approximately 100 employees, and four locations in Boston and Quincy. The CEO should have strong organizational, management, fundraising, and advocacy skills. The CEO must be able to relate to and collaborate with the Board of Directors, staff, participants, funders, community leaders and other major stakeholders.

The CEO must be knowledgeable of the needs of the Asian and new immigrant population and must have working experience in the not-for-profit sector.

Qualifications Needed

Significant experience developing, leading, and effectively managing a comparable organization to achieve positive and measurable results.
Ability to build effective management systems across a spectrum of services and programs in multiple locations.
Record of effective fundraising, growing, and sustaining diverse private and public funding including individual donors and institutional funders.
Experience delivering direct services that are responsive to the needs of a culturally and economically diverse population.
The capacity to strengthen and develop programs that effectively respond to community needs.
Experience preparing and managing a budget of $3-7 million dollars and overseeing fiscal matters.
Experience working with an active and engaged Board of Directors and utilizing volunteers to augment staff.
Demonstrated record as an effective manager and team builder with experience promoting, hiring, and
managing a talented and committed professional staff.
Ability to communicate effectively internally and externally to funders, media, elected officials, and other stakeholders.
Advanced degree in a related field is preferred and significant practical experience will be considered.

Characteristics Desired

Commitment to community-based model of services.
Listens well and is an effective team leader.
Creativity and ability to think outside the box.
Familiarity with Greater Boston funders and community groups.
Embraces community-articulated goals and helps translate them into concrete action.
Brings inspirational leadership and a passion for engaging in collaborative partnerships.

Send resume and cover letter (Word format) in confidence to Susan Barry at Egmont Associates,

Contact Details
Name: Susan Barry
State/Province: Massachusetts
Country: United States