Charitable Advisors LLC
  • 11-Oct-2018 to 19-Oct-2018
  • - YMCA of Greater Indianapolis
  • Indianapolis, IN, USA
  • JOC Grade 31, $210,000 - $260,000
  • Full Time
  • Health insurance, medical, dental, vision, long and short-term disability, 12 percent YMCA retirement plan, paid time off, life insurance and YMCA membership

The YMCA of Greater Indianapolis is an equal opportunity employer committed to valuing diversity and practicing inclusion.
Position Description and Board Expectations:
1. Advocate the Vision of the YMCA/Be the Heart and Soul of the Operation
2. Develop and Implement a Strategic Plan
3. Maintain and Establish a Culture
4. Build and Manage the Staff Team
5. Lead a Culture of Philanthropy
The board believes its new CEO should be an experienced leader who has the background and qualities that will permit him or her to achieve excellence in the following roles:
• Advocate the Vision of the Y serving as a Cause-Driven Leader:  Inspiring and mobilizing every community member and every Y staff member, program volunteer, board volunteer, and Y member'everywhere the Y has a presence'to make our communities stronger. Actively interact with and communicate with Y members, donors, staff and volunteers and be seen as an active and integral member of the community. Serve as an ambassador for the mission, cause and vision for the Y and be seen and respected as a community leader. Develop and cultivate relationships with key stakeholders, while always upholding the highest standards of the values of the Y.
Key competencies: volunteerism, values, community, collaboration, communication, relationships, influence, developing others, emotional maturity
• Develop and Implement a Strategic Plan: Have the ability to work effectively with board of directors, volunteers, community leaders and key staff to identify critical community needs and develop a strategic roadmap focused on organizational strategies. Lead staff in the development and implementation of goals through an annual operating plan. Lead volunteers in aligning committees and their charts of work to support the strategies and goals of the Y. 
Key competencies: influence, values, relationships, inclusion, communication, project management, innovation, decision making, quality results
• Nurture a Mission-Driven Culture: Champion a culture of inclusion, integrity, character and life-long learning within the Y organization that reinforces, encourages, and promotes values of caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility. In alignment with the Y's mission, seek to foster an environment where diversity is celebrated and where all members, program participants, volunteers, and staff can reach their fullest potential. 
Key competencies: communication, self-development, change capacity, innovation, inclusion, community and philanthropy
• Build and Manage the Staff Team: Serve as a leader who is able to motivate, engage, and retain staff in a positive and productive manner by creating and setting an expectation for excellence. Demonstrate an engaging, open, positive and inclusive leadership style and display integrity, a high regard for honesty and courage and an open mind to innovative ways of improving services and expanding impact.
Key competencies: quality results, relationship building, influence, community building, communication, developing others, change management and values
• Lead a Culture of Philanthropy: Effectively lead the organization to embrace a member and donor-centered atmosphere. Assure that everyone in the organization, from the front-line staff to the board chair, understands that philanthropy and fund development are critical to the organizational health and that each individual has a role in that process. Serve as the leader who supports the organization in its fundraising efforts by establishing a plan for how the organization will raise contributed dollars for service growth and keep membership and programs affordable for all. Position the Y as a charity of choice by instilling confidence, credibility, and trust in the Y with community leaders and donors. 
Key competencies: quality results, philanthropy, relationship, influence, emotional maturity, community, communication
Residency Expectation:  Living in the YMCA's service area is required.
Click the APPLY button by Oct 19 to apply online now.

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