Regional based non-profit association seeks dynamic executive director to lead a growing association. The association is a chapter of an international association, has a staff of three, budget of more than $1 million and membership of 1,500. The successful candidate must have strong communication and administrative skills, work effectively in motivating volunteers and providing strategic direction to the organization.
Demonstrated knowledge of association management; Successful, progressive, non-profit and administrative experience; Strong visionary leadership abilities and motivational skills with board, volunteers, staff and membership; Demonstrated ability to organize, delegate and coordinate the work of the Association; Ability to communicate effectively; Demonstrated ability to work with volunteer boards; Demonstrated knowledge of development and implementation of strategic initiatives and partnerships.
Desired skills include membership generation and marketing, meeting planning, fundraising, public relations, publication management and excellent organizational and interpersonal skills. Need to be a self-starter who has keen problem solving and consensus building skills.
Bachelor’s degree in related field; CAE designation preferred; At least four years of experience in management position, preferably non-profit management.
For immediate consideration, please forward your resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to: CAIOCoffice@gmail.com.
About Community Associations Institute Orange County Regional Chapter (CAI-OCRC) The Orange County Regional Chapter of Community Associations Institute (CAI-OCRC) provides education, networking, resources and advocacy for community associations and the professional and volunteers who serve them.
Members include condominium associations, cooperatives, and homeowner associations as well as those who provide services and products to community associations. The Orange County Regional Chapter has more than 1,500 members including nearly 600 businesses and represents thousands of households. Visit our website for additional information: www.caioc.org.
About Community Associations Institute Orange County Regional Chapter
CAI is an international membership organization dedicated to building better communities. With nearly 40,000 members, CAI has 64 chapters worldwide, including Canada, the Middle East and South Africa, and relationships with housing leaders in a number of other countries, including Australia and the United Kingdom. CAI provides information, education and resources to the homeowner volunteers who govern communities and the professionals who support them. CAI members include association board members and other homeowner leaders, community managers, association management firms and other professionals who provide products and services to associations. CAI serves community associations and homeowners by:
-Advancing excellence through seminars, workshops, conferences and education programs, most of which lead to professional designations for community managers and other industry professionals.
-Publishing the largest collection of resources available on community association management and governance, including website content, books, guides, Common Ground magazine and specialized newsletters.
-Advocating on behalf of common-interest communities and industry professionals be...fore legislatures, regulatory bodies and the courts.
-Conducting research and serving as an international clearinghouse for information, innovations and best practices in community association development, governance and management.
We believe homeowner and condominium associations should strive to exceed the expectations of their residents. We work toward this goal by identifying and meeting the evolving needs of the professionals and volunteers who serve associations, by being a trusted forum for the collaborative exchange of knowledge and information, and by helping our members learn, achieve and excel. Our mission is to inspire professionalism, effective leadership and responsible citizenship—ideals reflected in associations that are preferred places to call home.