Search underway for an Executive Director of this respected STEM volunteer outreach organization. DiscoverE is a non-profit with a $2M+ budget. It is the backbone organization for programs and resources in engineering outreach. (See website at: www.discovere.org).
The Executive Director is responsible for strategic direction, vision, financial and partnership development, and leadership, as well as oversight of day-to-day operations, to include, but not limited to financials, staff, program offerings, communications, and fundraising.
Skills and Qualifications:
The successful candidate will: possess a Bachelor's degree with a post-graduate degree desirable; have a minimum of ten years senior level experience in non-profit environment with steadily increasing responsibilities, including experience in marketing, product development and delivery, development, finance, volunteer support, and headquarter operations; and have proven successful fundraising experience, national in scope, including corporate and foundation. International experience a plus.
Excellent financial management skills; strong interpersonal skills; excellent oral and written communication skills; strong leadership skills; demonstrated experience and success in non-profit or CSR STEM outreach; the ability to provide inspirational leadership and direction; and the ability to collaborate with the Board of Directors, staff, Leadership Council, Corporate Partners, Steering Committee, and Diversity Council members to develop, refine and implement a strategic plan while ensuring that the budget, staff, and priorities are aligned with the organization's core mission.
How to Apply:
Send resume with cover letter and salary requirements to: firstname.lastname@example.org
DiscoverE is the backbone organization behind Engineers Week (established 1951), Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day (2001), World Engineering Day (2016, formerly known as Global Day of the Engineer), the Global Marathon (2005), and the Future City Competition (1993). Our programs and resources have been adopted and adapted by individuals and organizations around the globe.
Our programs and special campaigns cover pre-k to work force and intersect at the points of corporate social responsibility, public affairs, and talent acquisition. They are highly collaborative, represent the breadth of engineering, and are compelling yet simple to execute. This strategy enables organizational partners, volunteers, and educators to effectively reach millions of students, parents, and young adults with the message that engineers work with smart, inspiring people to invent, design, and create things that matter.
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