Chief Executive Officer
American Indian Cancer Foundation
Skills And Qualifications:
The American Indian Cancer Foundation (AICF) is looking for a dynamic CEO to lead the organization. The successful candidate directs, plans, and organizes AICF programs and personnel; executes AICF mission which is committed to reducing cancer burdens for Indigenous people through improved access to prevention, early detection, treatment, and survivor support. Maintains and cultivates partnerships at the tribal, local, state, and national levels with organizations and individuals that are committed to the mission of AICF.
Degree with 5+ years of leadership experience in a non-profit organization. Experience in leading and managing employees (3+ years). Experience with federal and state grant compliance. Solid understanding of non-profit management. Extensive experience living in and working with Tribes, Alaska Native Corporations or Native Hawaiian Organizations.
An ideal candidate also has the following qualifications:
- A Master’s or Professional Degree with
- Native American preference
- Solid understanding of evidence-based strategies in cancer prevention and control
- Strong organizational, leadership, and staff development skills.
Duties And Responsibilities:
Lead organizational development by building strategic partnerships and securing funding to guide initiatives consistent with the AICAF mission, vision, values and strategic plan
Effectively engage multiple stakeholders to strengthen the organization's national presence
Provide leadership and oversight in the development and implementation of culturally-based, evidence-driven and fiscally-sound strategies in alignment with AICAF mission, vision and values
Provide the necessary leadership and oversight to the leadership team to maintain a healthy, high- performing, and positive organizational culture
Works closely with the Board of Directors to develop and execute a comprehensive strategic plan to achieve the organization's goals and objectives
Lead the development of annual organizational strategic goals, objectives and work plans
Provide leadership and oversight in all operational and programmatic functions
Lead the development of organizational, fundraising, and financial plans
Implement organizational plans and policies as authorized by the Board of Directors
Provide oversight to ensure best practices of financial controls, budget monitoring, cash flows
Set and monitor the annual budget and fundraising plan
Responsible for the day-to-day operations
Supervises, coaches, and evaluates staff
Reports regularly to the Board of Directors
Complete other duties as assigned by the Board of Directors
Salary And Benefits:
Salary DOE and generous fringe benefits package including paid time off, insurances (health, dental, disability, life) and 401K with employer match.
Submit cover letter and CV/resume to CEOsearch@aicaf.org. For best consideration apply by September 15, 2020. Resumes will be accepted through September 30, 2020 or until the position is filled.
Learn more at www.AICAF.org EOE/AA