Healing Hearts Child Advocacy Center (CAC)
Executive Director Job Description
Position Title: Executive Director
Reports to: Board of Directors
Job Summary: The Executive Director is charged with the responsibility of carrying out the purposes, policies, and programs of Healing Hearts Child Advocacy Center to meet its mission, as determined by the Board of Directors. While assuring a smooth work environment for day to day CAC activities, the ED will oversee the management of all programs and finances, while also serving as the Center’s representative to the community. Increasing the public’s awareness of HHCAC and its mission to keep children safe is a vital and major responsibility of the Executive Director.
A. Administrative/Management Responsibilities
B. Program Development Responsibilities
C. Community and Public Relations Responsibilities
D. Performance Evaluation
COMPENSATION: We offer a competitive salary and benefits package that is commensurate with experience.
DEADLINE: Applications will be accepted via email only to firstname.lastname@example.org until November 17, 2018.
TO APPLY: Applicant must submit all of the following electronically to be considered for the position:
HHCAC is an equal opportunity employer and seeks qualified candidates regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability and/or age.
Thank you to Patti Hofer, Randy Brinsfield and Sele Williamson for promoting Healing Hearts CAC's Tyler's Closet needs among their co-workers at FedEx. This group of FedEx employees gave 3 hours of their time to come and learn about what Healing Hearts CAC does to provide services for children in our community who are victims of abuse. They also spent time at Tyler's Closet sorting and organizing clothes that will be used when CPS needs items for a child who they have removed from an unsafe home situation! Thank you FedEx Cares employees for sharing your time and talent with the children in our community who need help!
Nazha Ismail organized a diaper drive to help us fill a much needed item at our DeSoto Tyler's Closet location.
Thanks to Nazha and her family, friends and classmates at NWCC Southaven Campus, Criminal Justice students we now have a good amount of diapers for Child Protection services staff to use for a child when they remove them from an unsafe home. Thanks to all who contributed!