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  • Valid City, State or Zip Code: Frederick
    Job Type : Permanent
    Date: Tuesday, 22 October 2019
    Opioid and other addiction illnesses have crippled communities across the country and too many young lives have been ended due to addiction. The Ranch is a unique nonprofit organization focused in low intensity inpatient and intensive outpatient services for adult males facing the challenges of addiction. The Ranch offers a serene environment in the beautiful rolling hills of southern Frederick County. If you are a visionary leader dedicated to making an impact and promoting healthy lifestyles in your community, this may be the role for you.
    Successful candidates will be nonprofit leaders with a minimum of five years' experience in the human services realm and at least three years of administrative level experience. Candidates will bring a clinical understanding of addiction and proven-effective treatments as well as a success history in generating resources for overall organizational sustainability and growth.
    The Ranch Executive Director will:
    * Represent the Ranch and serve as spokesperson sharing goals and outcomes in public forums
    * Provide operational oversight to the facility and staff
    * Have full budget accountability, securing resources for program/facility maintenance, improvements and expansion
    * Ensure a collaborative and focused vision to meet anticipated outcomes
    * Implement continuous improvement strategies
    The ideal candidate will possess:
    * Bachelor's level degree required, MA or higher preferred
    * 5 years of experience with progressively increasing responsibilities in the human services/non-profit field
    * 3+ years of Executive or Administrative level experience
    * Experience with providing leadership and support to team members and volunteers
    * A working knowledge of alcohol/drug addictions, treatments and therapies
    * Budget planning, analysis and financial goal setting expertise
    * Experience with capital campaigns, grants and resource acquisition
    * Understanding of regulatory/safety requirements for a 24/7 residential facility
    * Ability to build long-term relationships with donors, stakeholders and community partners
    * Strong written and verbal communication skills
    * Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite
    This opportunity brings:
    * Salary of $110-125,000 annually (negotiable for candidates with significant success history)
    * Competitive benefits package to include Health insurance, Paid Time Off and Retirement funds
    * Opportunity to make a significant impact on the organization, the community and clients
    Please send your cover letter, resume and salary requirements to: theranchexec@gmail.com

    *No phone calls or emails to The Ranch office please.*

    APPLICATION DEADLINE: October 25, 2019
  • Valid City, State or Zip Code: Carmel
    Job Type : Contract
    Date: Wednesday, 16 October 2019
    FUNCTION: To assist in achieving safety, maintenance, improvements and operations of buildings and plant equipment by carrying out a work plan developed to provide corrective, predictive and preventative maintenance.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties as required.
    1.Performs preventative maintenance tasks on all plant equipment per work order assignments.
    2.Performs corrective maintenance to equipment as assigned by work orders.
    3.Performs facility repairs as assigned by work orders
    4.Reports any life safety, or unsafe conditions that he/she may notice to supervisor.
    5.Sets up and breaks down any equipment needed for special events.
    6.Checks patient and staff electrical equipment to ensure it is safe to use.
    7.Installs any new equipment as required.
    8.Duties performed will comply with all applicable regulatory requirements.
    9.Maintains all tools/equipment in proper working order.
    10.Garbage removal as assigned.
    11.Maintain grounds, sweeps walks, rake leaves, cut grass, snow and other incidental seasonal tasks as required.
    12.Participates in Performance Improvement Initiatives.

    While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, and reach with hands and arms. The employee frequently is required to reach with hands and arms and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl; and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to sit and climb or balance.

    The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds, and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus.
  • Valid City, State or Zip Code: Pickering
    Job Type : Contract
    Date: Tuesday, 08 October 2019
    Executive Assistant Needed
    Pickering, ON

    Our client in Pickering is currently seeking an Executive Assistant to join their organization.

    * Anticipates and organizes the CEO's priorities and provides effective and timely support.
    * Coordinates a variety of meetings including, but not limited to; calendar scheduling, meeting room logistics, travel arrangements, reviewing and processing invoices,
    * Provides ongoing support, research and documentation for the CEO's involvement in Board Committees and working groups.
    * Manages the development, production and the distribution of materials to support the organization's Strategic Planning Sessions; three (3) per year.
    * Liaises closely with senior management team to receive, coordinate and distribute materials as appropriate (e.g., Quarterly Reports).
    * Prepares correspondence emails, minutes, reports and presentations.
    * Organizes and maintains files for CEO and all board related material.
    * Coordinates with legal counsel on board member registry, minutes of meetings, changes to the board, changes to policies, etc.
    * Coordinates and logs activities for French translation as required.
    * Serves as key contact for all board members and all board related activities.
    * Maintains contact information the National Board of Directors and the local Chapter Advisory Board Members.
    * Takes and transcribes minutes for board meetings and/or sub-committee working groups, when required.
    * Assists in projects generated by board committees such as Governance, Recruitment, MAC, etc.
    * Maintains the Board of Directors Orientation Manual. Assists with the formulation of policy and procedure documentation requiring revision or development and ensures distribution of updated materials as appropriate.
    * Follows up with decisions made, re-organize archives, and prepares revisions to support adopted documents.
    * Coordinates travel arrangements for National Directors, Chapter Directors and Board Members.

    * Post-secondary degree or diploma in Office or Business Administration.
    * 3-5 years of experience in a senior administrative role preferably supporting at the executive level.
    * Excellent Communication skills
    * Advanced level of proficiency in Microsoft Office 2010 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook) and related search engines.
    * Advanced level of proficiency in Adobe PDF Professional.

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