TransitionGuides is current conducting executive searches for the following positions:
The Arc Prince George's County - Executive Director
Location: Largo, MD
The Arc Prince George’s County (The Arc) seeks a strategic, entrepreneurial, visionary Executive Director, with shared values for the principles that guide its work and a commitment to build on its successful history of serving individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) and their families.
The Arc was founded in 1952 by a group of parents of children with developmental disabilities. Today, it is a $26 million organization with close to 600 staff members, including a senior management team of nine individuals. The Arc serves 2,200 individuals and families per year. The agency is a membership organization with nearly 700 members and a 16-member volunteer Board of Directors. For more information, visit our website at: www.thearcofpgc.org.
The Arc’s mission is to offer a lifetime of support, understanding, and opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. CLICK HERE to read more.
The Center for Urban Families -
Director of Finance
Location: Baltimore, MD
The Center for Urban Families (CFUF) seeks a highly experienced Director of Finance to manage and enhance the organization’s finance and accounting functions to fully inform and support the goals outlined in CFUF’s Family Stability and Economic Success (FSES) Model. The position offers an exciting opportunity to lead the organization’s efforts to ensure the fiscal sustainability and efficiency of CFUF’s expanding portfolio of programmatic services.
CFUF is governed by a 19 member board of directors. The organization’s current budget is approximately $5.7M; CFUF has a staff of 40. Supporting the Chief Executive Officer, the senior leadership team currently includes the Chief Operating Officer, Director of Finance... CLICK HERE to read more.
CHI Centers, Inc -
Chief Executive Officer
Location: Silver Spring, MD
CHI Centers Inc. is seeking a dynamic, entrepreneurial Executive Director to build on their successful history of serving individuals with developmental disabilities for more than 60 years. CHI Centers provides a diverse level of services to more than 1,000 individuals with developmental disabilities on an annual basis whose diagnoses include: cerebral palsy, physical disabilities, medically fragile, behaviorally challenged, intellectually challenged, and multiple disabilities. CHI Centers is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization governed by a 16-member board of directors. The organization’s current budget is $17 million. The staff is comprised of 735 employees, including a senior leadership team of 10. For more information, please visit: www.chicenters.org.
Reporting to the Board of Directors, the CEO works in partnership with the Board to set the strategic vision for the organization and translates that vision into quarterly, monthly, and daily actions to advance the organization’s mission impact. He/she will bring a passion for providing outstanding services to individuals with developmental disabilities, and will work with their families, state and county government agencies, community partners and other stakeholders to continue to make a difference. CLICK HERE to read more.
Delta Community Supports - Chief Operating Officer
Location: New Jersey and Pennsylvania
Delta Community Supports, Inc. is seeking a Chief Operating Officer who will oversee all programs and operations in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Incorporated in 1977, Delta serves over 1,100 individuals and their families annually in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Delta employs approximately 700 staff in six offices across Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and has an annual budget of $31 million. For more information, please visit our website: www.deltaweb.org .
Reporting to Delta’s President and CEO, the Chief Operating Officer is responsible for leading, administering and managing all programs and operations consistent with Delta’s 5-year plan. He/she will lead the development of dynamic business systems that support current programmatic activities, build the capacity of the organization to support future expansion of all programs, and materially contribute to Delta’s long-term sustainability. CLICK HERE to read more.
Innisfree Village - Executive Director
Location: Crozet, VA
Innisfree Village is seeking an Executive Director to lead this nonprofit, nonsectarian lifesharing community of adults with intellectual disabilities. The executive is responsible for overseeing a $2.8M budget, the 75 coworkers, volunteer caregivers, and long-term staff, and the day-to-day leadership of the community’s therapeutic, residential program. This individual will succeed the incumbent Executive Director who is retiring after 18 years leading the organization.
In existence for nearly 45 years, Innisfree is located in Crozet, VA, a rural community situated in the foothills near Charlottesville. The campus of Innisfree Village is 550 acres dedicated to fifteen residential homes, outdoor and indoor fitness/recreation, expressive therapies (such as music and art), and therapeutic workstations in gardening, weaving, woodworking, baking, cooking, and farming. Innisfree’s vision is to be a model therapeutic environment, emphasizing empowerment, interdependence, and mutual respect of all community members. For more information about Innisfree...CLICK HERE to read more.
National Center for Healthy Housing -
Location: Washington, DC
The National Center for Healthy Housing (NCHH) seeks a dynamic leader who will be a beacon for healthy homes policy, research, advocacy and education and help us fulfill our vision of a healthy home for all Americans. NCHH encourages all interested persons to apply regardless of whether or not you feel you are a "perfect fit."
The National Center for Healthy Housing (NCHH) is the preeminent national nonprofit dedicated to securing healthy homes for all through the integration of health and housing science and policy. Since 1992, NCHH has collaborated with leaders in the public health, housing, and environmental communities to enact the changes needed to improve housing and hence, human, health. NCHH, with an operating budget of approximately $3 million, employs a dedicated staff of 11 and is governed by an engaged 17-member board of directors. The organization is funded by a mix of sources, including government contracts, foundation grants, and individual contributions. NCHH’s primary office is in Columbia, MD, with a small office in Washington, DC. CLICK HERE to read more.
Partnership for Quality Medical Donations -
Location: Westminster, MD
The Partnership for Quality Medical Donations is seeking a dynamic Executive Director to lead and grow the organization PQMD is a highly respected global alliance of 32 corporations and non-profit organizations championing of high standards in medical supply and service donation. PQMD seeks to enhance access to healthcare in underserved communities and in areas affected by disaster. PQMD staff and operations are located in Westminster, MD. PQMD’s membership shares a commitment to advance effective and appropriate medical donations. It raises medical donation standards, promotes effective donation practices and informs policy makers and non-member organizations on the donation process.
The PQMD Executive Director (ED) is accountable to the Board of Directors for the overall leadership and management of the organization in accordance with the strategic direction set by the Board of Directors. The responsibilities include: providing leadership...CLICK HERE to read more.
ServiceSource - Housing Director,
Florida Regional Office
Location: Clearwater, FL
ServiceSource is seeking a seasoned, innovative Housing Director (Director) to lead its housing programs for adults with disabilities. Based in the Clearwater, FL Regional Office, the Director will lead a full-time staff of six. Reporting to the Regional Executive Director, s/he will provide leadership to the housing program in Florida and North Carolina, manage its day-to-day affairs, and serve as the face of the Housing program for ServiceSource nationally.
ServiceSource’s Florida Regional Office offers a variety of rehabilitation and employment services for people with disabilities throughout the state of Florida. Programs include the housing program, vocational evaluation and training, benefits planning, and opportunities for self-employment. This individual will succeed the incumbent Housing Director who is retiring after 16 years of service to the organization. CLICK HERE to read more.
The Shalem Institute for Spiritual Formation -
Location: Washington DC
The Shalem Institute for Spiritual Formation seeks a deeply contemplative, seasoned, and visionary leader to serve as their next Executive Director. Shalem’s mission is to nurture contemplative living and leadership. It is an organization dedicated to developing and supporting contemplative leaders and building a continuing awareness of the importance of contemplative practice in our daily lives. Shalem offers a wide variety of programs and resources for clergy, spiritual directors, lay leaders and individuals who desire to open themselves more fully to God in their daily lives and work.
Shalem is based in the diverse and rapidly expanding Brookland neighborhood in northeast Washington, DC. The organization is governed by an 18-member board of directors and is guided by a 12-person staff, including the Executive Director. In addition, Shalem programs are led by 37 adjunct staff members whose level of involvement with Shalem varies each year. The organization’s current operating budget is $1M. Shalem programs are uniquely experiential... CLICK HERE to read more.
Vital Healthcare Capital -
Business Development Director
Location: New York, NY
Vital Healthcare Capital (V-Cap) is an emerging national community development financial institution supporting quality healthcare and good healthcare jobs in disadvantaged communities. Based in New York City, V-Cap is poised to launch its operations at the beginning of 2014, and to grow to a $100 million loan fund over 5 years. The Business Development Director (BDD) will be central to the organization’s success and growth. This position represents a rare opportunity for a skilled credit professional to use his/her creativity, skills and experience to identify, source and develop innovative transactions, resulting in a high impact in this sector of major impact on the health, jobs, and well- being of disadvantaged communities in the U.S.
The Business Development Director will be responsible for building the pipeline for V-Cap products and services, including direct and brokered lending programs, working with potential borrowers to prepare financeable transactions, and developing relationships with potential borrowers and referral sources. CLICK HERE to read more.
VOICES for Utah Children -
Location: Salt Lake City, UT
VOICES for Utah Children (VOICES) is seeking a seasoned, visionary, and energetic leader with keen political instincts to lead this premier child advocacy organization that works to ensure the well-being of children and families in Utah through research, public awareness and advocacy.
Founded in 1985, VOICES for Utah Children is the only organization that documents the conditions of children in each of the state’s 29 counties, and advocates to improve those conditions. Their vision is that all children in Utah will be healthy and safe, ready for school, and economically secure in order to reach their potential, regardless of their race, ethnicity or zip code. They provide information, and communicate and collaborate with community partners to ensure every child in Utah has the opportunity to become responsible, productive adults. VOICES is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that is governed by a 12-member volunteer board of trustees. CLICK HERE to read more.
The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars -
Chief Financial Officer
Location: Washington, DC
The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (The Center) seeks an experienced Chief Financial Officer to lead the organization’s financial management services and operations. The new CFO will serve as the financial advisor to management, supporting the Wilson Center’s mission as the leading institution for in-depth research and open dialogue to inform actionable ideas for Congress and the broader policy community on global issues. Headquartered in Washington, DC, the Center is the national memorial to President Wilson. The Center addresses issues through 14 program areas, hosts events throughout the year, and awards fellowships to nearly 160 scholars. The Center is governed by its own presidentially appointed board of trustees. The Center’s annual operating budget is $26M, including a Federal appropriation of approximately $10M, private funding (grants and donations) of nearly $15M, and endowment payouts of a little over $1M. The Center employs a staff of 150 employees, including roughly 52 federal employees. For additional information, please visit the Center’s website at www.wilsoncenter.org.
Reporting to the Executive Vice President, the CFO serves as the financial advisor to management, examining and reporting on financial work progress and program accomplishments. The CFO leads the Center’s customer service-oriented finance department that supports programs and offices with separate budgets and funding/reporting cycles. CLICK HERE to read more.