Crittenton Services for Children and Families is a nationally accredited behavioral health and child welfare nonprofit with more than 50 years of experience serving the most vulnerable system-involved children, youth, and families. Crittenton’s treatment philosophy is one of being trauma-responsive and is at the core of all programming efforts in order to best address childhood trauma in a holistic and culturally sensitive manner.
Established and incorporated in 1966, Crittenton continues to prioritize treatment interventions that can proactively interrupt and break the cycles of abuse, neglect, and continued system involvement. Crittenton is proud to have a team of highly skilled mental health professionals working together in order to provide around-the-clock care; comprehensive mental health services; family-based support services and community-based services that best serve the needs of the children and families in their care.
For additional information, please visit www.crittentonsocal.org.
Crittenton is seeking a visionary, compassionate, and mission-driven leader as its next Chief Executive Officer. Through a collaborative approach, in partnership with staff and the Board, the next CEO will bring a new vision to the future of this highly respected and vitally important organization as it meets the ever-increasing demand for its services. The CEO is responsible for ensuring that all fiscal, operational, fund development, marketing, human resources, technology, and program strategies are effectively implemented throughout the organization.
Reporting to the Board of Directors, the CEO oversees the annual operating budget of approximately $40 million and staff of 430 FTE through the following direct reports: the Senior Vice President, the Vice President of Quality Assurance, the Vice President of Development, the Vice President of Human Resources, the Chief Financial Officer, and the Executive Assistant.
• Be a visionary and inspiring leader.
• Convey a personal passion for serving others and working with the community’s most vulnerable members.
• Bring demonstrated experience with and a strong commitment to applying an equity lens to their work and a track record of centering Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Access.
• Demonstrate a deep understanding of the organization’s programs, and the ability to effectively communicate its vision and impact to broad audiences.
• Competitive candidates will bring a track record of excellence in senior leadership positions, ideally from other California-based complex nonprofit human service organizations recognized for their commitment to exemplary service to the community and their clients.
• Familiarity with the process and accountability required for government funding is strongly preferred.
• A degree in social work, human services management, public administration, nonprofit management, business administration, or a related field is preferred. However, a demonstrated successful track record serving in a senior leadership position of a similar organization will be considered of equivalent value to a degree.
The annual salary range for this position is $225,000 to $275,000 plus bonus potential. Relocation assistance, if needed, is negotiable. A comprehensive and competitive benefits package will be provided.