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Executive Director

Butte, MT

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Description

Butte Native Wellness Center is seeking an Executive Director in Butte, MT!! 

How to Apply

A completed application packet will include:

  1. Cover Letter summarizing interests, accomplishments and qualifications
  2. Current Resume/CV
  3. 3 Professional Letters of Reference
  4. Copy of current credentials and college transcripts
  5. Verification of tribal enrollment or descendancy, if applicable 

**Send to elena@westaffmt.com**

Schedule: Full Time

Salary: $55k-80K DOE

Responsibilities and Tasks:

The Executive Director is responsible for overall management and operation of the BNWC and protection of the organization’s financial assets while ensuring compliance with board directives and applicable grantor, federal and state requirements. The Executive Director is responsible for grants and contracts management including negotiating and securing grants that reflect and support the needs of the urban Native American Community in and around Butte, Montana.  The Executive Director will assist in the development of current and long-term organizational goals and objectives as well as policies and procedures for BNWC’s operations.  The Executive Director will also establish plans to achieve goals set by the Board of Directors and implement policies, subject to the approval by the Board of Directors. The Executive Director works closely with program managers and their staff members to ensure they are provided with appropriate support systems and responsive, quality service in the areas of grant preparation project accounting, human resources, purchasing and related administrative functions.

Specific duties of the Executive Director:

  • Contracts and Grants: Overseeing the pre and post awards of funding, predominantly from the Indian Health Service (IHS).
  • Financial Management: financial planning; operating budget; accounting and audit; tax reporting and an annual report to various grantor organizations.
  • External Relationships: affiliation relation with local urban Native American community, Montana Tribal organizations, and Montana Tech; liaison with local and state congressional representatives, and national regulatory agencies; cultivating and developing relationships with philanthropic groups and individuals, and the public.
  • Board Relations: policy development and administration; board development and performance monitoring.  The Executive Director will value working with the Board of Directors that is engaged, active, and independent.
  • Planning: Determining the ongoing needed of growth and development of the BNWC.
  • Organizational Management:  Personnel; IT; benefits: insurance and facilities.

Education/Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Public Health Administration, Business Administration, or other related Healthcare or Management field.
  • Must have three years supervisory experience.
  • Experience in oversight of account functions necessary for auditing, budgeting, and payroll.
  • Writing/Administration of federal and state grants.
  • Knowledge of federal regulations.
  • Outreach, referral and fundraising with budgets of $100,000.
  • Knowledge and experience working with an Urban Native American population as well as Native Non-American community relations are desired.
  • Administrative experience in a non-profit institution, community health promotion, disease prevention, chemical dependency, & Indian Health Services in an executive/administrative capacity while not required is deemed advantageous.
  • Must show documented grant writing experience and able to show proof of successful grant or bid applications.
  • Must be able to think strategically about BNWC priorities and help to translate those priorities into program and staff recruitment and related fundraising activities.           
  • Must pass a background check.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license.

Time Commitment

The Executive Director must be able to travel to attend meetings, conferences, training and other events as required to acquire and maintain proficiency in fulfilling the responsibilities of the position.

Moving and Relocation Expenses

The company may assist in moving and relocation expenses, as funding allows.

How to Apply

A completed application packet will include:

  1. Cover Letter summarizing interests, accomplishments and qualifications
  2. Current Resume/CV
  3. 3 Professional Letters of Reference
  4. Copy of current credentials and college transcripts
  5. Verification of tribal enrollment or descendancy, if applicable 

**Send to elena@westaffmt.com**

 

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