Raffa Executive Search is current conducting executive searches for the following positions:
Baltimore Healthy Start -
Location: Baltimore, MD
Baltimore Healthy Start is seeking a nonprofit executive leader and manager to build on its history of success in reducing infant mortality and improving the health and well-being of women and their families through the provision of comprehensive, supportive services offered in communities where they live.
Baltimore Healthy Start, Inc. (BHS), a 501(c) 3 non-profit corporation, was established n 1991 to implement the original federal healthy start infant mortality reduction initiative. BHS is a leader among non-profit organizations working to reduce infant mortality by providing direct services to the most vulnerable citizens in Baltimore – pregnant and postpartum women, and their infants living in socially, economically and medically depressed communities. CLICK HERE to read more...
Penn-Mar Human Services -
Chief Development Officer
Location: Freeland, MD
Penn-Mar Human Services is seeking a dynamic, self-starting fundraising professional to join our team in the position of Chief Development Officer (CDO). Penn-Mar is multi-service 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in Freeland, Maryland, serving more than 350 individuals with cognitive and intellectual disabilities with a range of educational, vocational and residential programs in Baltimore, Carroll and Harford Counties in Maryland, as well as York County in Pennsylvania. Penn-Mar’s mission is to transform life into living for individuals, families, our staff and volunteers. Our core values and much more information about our organization can be found at www.penn-mar.org . Penn-Mar’s current budget is approximately $28 million and represents a combination of government grants and contracts as well as private contributions. Penn-Mar is governed by a 15-member Board of Directors, and the organization has over 500 full and part-time staff members. The Chief Development Officer (CDO) will be a key member of Penn-Mar’s seven-person senior management team. CLICK HERE to read more...
Westchester Institute for Human Development -
President & CEO
Location: Valhalla, New York
Westchester Institute for Human Development seeks a recognized or emerging national leader in a disability-related field with a demonstrated commitment to improving the lives of individuals with disabilities and vulnerable children. This visionary leader will work with an engaged board of directors, an established senior management team, a dedicated staff and an array of successful programs to create an innovative and expanded future for the organization.
Westchester Institute for Human Development (WIHD) is a leader in the areas of disability and human development. The Institute addresses the needs of the community through professional education programs, direct services, technical assistance, research, and dissemination of information. WIHD is governed by... CLICK HERE to read more
Bridges to Independence -
Location: Northern Virginia
Bridges to Independence (b2i) seeks a passionate, visionary, and entrepreneurial leader who will expand the organization’s work, ensuring that b2i continues to be a leading provider of services for homeless women and families in Northern Virginia. B2i boasts a new brand, recently sold prime real estate, and will be moving into new office space in the next two years. The organization is primed for growth! The current Executive Director is retiring in December 2015.
Bridges to Independence (b2i) was founded in 1985 as the Arlington-Alexandria Coalition for the Homeless. Adopted in 2015, the name Bridges to Independence reflects the organization’s evolving mission and services. B2i offers a continuum of support for all family members, helping them attain stability and move forward into self sufficiency. With an operating budget of close to $1.7M, the organization employs a dedicated staff of 8 full time...CLICK HERE to read more.
The Benedictine School - School
Residential Program Administrator
Location: Ridgely, MD
The Benedictine School seeks a compassionate Residential Program Administrator to oversee the daily operations of the school’s residential program, part of a larger organization serving people with developmental disabilities, autism, and severe and multiple challenges. The Benedictine School is a year round co-ed day and residential school for individuals ages 5-21 with intellectual disabilities, multiple disabilities, and autism. The mission of the Benedictine School is helping children and adults with developmental disabilities achieve their greatest potential. The Residential Program at the Benedictine School is a comprehensive program which provides a home away from home and recreation for students in a safe, orderly and loving environment as they strive to help students become independent adults. The residential program works hand-in-hand with the instructional program. The School Residential Program is certified by the Department of Human Resources. The School Residential Administrator reports directly to the Education Director. Positions that report directly to the School Residential Program Administrator include 3 Residential Coordinators and a Program Assistant. There are approximately 100 staff in the School Residential Program. For more information, please visit http://www.benschool.org
The School Residential Program Administrator provides direction and leadership for the school residential program supporting children with intellectual disabilities...CLICK HERE to read more.
Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School
Human Resources Director
Location: Washington, DC
Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School seeks a proactive, experienced, bi-lingual, certified human resources leader to play a critical role in the development and growth of the pre-eminent adult immigrant education resource in the Washington, DC area. (In 2015 the school ranked #12 among Best Places to Work in Washington, DC.)
Founded in 1998, the Carlos Rosario School is a nationally recognized, accredited, and award-winning charter school serving adult immigrants in the Washington, DC area who seek education, resources and support to transform their lives, their families, and their communities. On two campuses in the District, and with a faculty, staff and administration of 220 dedicated professionals, the school currently serves 2,500 adults learners hailing from 90 countries. CLICK HERE to read more...
Amazon Conservation Team -
Location: Arlington, VA
Amazon Conservation Team (ACT) seeks a dynamic and experienced fundraising professional with a strong and proven track record to play a central role in the senior management team of one of the leading environmental organizations working to preserve South American rainforests. The Development Officer (DO) will be responsible for planning and implementing all of ACT’s development/fundraising activities. S/he will direct the efforts of a development team and coordinate on both strategic and operational levels with other ACT departments. This position is based in Arlington, VA (Washington, DC area).
Founded in 1996, ACT is a 501(c)(3) organization, dedicated to preserving South American rainforests. ACT’s vision is that the vast, life-sustaining rainforests of the Amazon basin are forever preserved and protected. ACT is supported by private foundations, individuals, and government grants, and has an operating budget of close to $4M. Ten (10) staff members are employed at the ACT headquarters and close to 50 staff are employed in... CLICK HERE to read more.
Rebuilding Together -
President & Chief Executive Officer
Location: Washington, DC
Rebuilding Together is seeking a charismatic, decisive and strategic President and CEO to lead the organization and expand on the organization’s 25 year history of providing necessary and strategic home repairs to low-income people in 166 communities throughout the United States. The President and CEO works with the Board to establish and implement short- and long range strategic goals for the organization and is the key liaison to Rebuilding Together’s affiliates.
Rebuilding Together is motivated by the belief that everyone deserves to live in a safe and healthy home. Together we transform the lives of low-income homeowners by improving the safety and health of their homes and revitalizing their communities. Through partnerships with corporations, local small businesses, home repair professionals and dedicated volunteers, Rebuilding Together enables low-income homeowners to stay in their homes by completing critical home repairs...CLICK HERE to read more.