Job Notice

Executive Director,
Requirements and How to Apply

The Board of Directors for the Carroll County Child Advocacy Center (CC-CAC) in Carrollton, GA is accepting resumes until 5pm on August 27, 2018 from interested and qualified candidates for the position of Executive Director. The deadline may be extended if needed in order to find the appropriate candidate. Salary range: $40k-$50k/yr. (DOQ) with benefits.

Basic Requirements to Become Executive Director:

  • Strong team leadership skills
  • Fundraising and fiscal management skills
  • Strong communications skills
  • Impeccable integrity
  • Residence in or willingness to relocate to West Georgia
  • Bachelor’s degree; Master’s preferred, or any combination of education, training or experience
  • Advocacy Center experience is preferred

How to Apply:
Anyone interested in applying should submit their information to CC-CAC Board Chair, Mrs. Meghan Sullivan, at apply@cc-cac.org and include the following:

Email (insert your name) as the email subject line, and include:

  • Cover letter
  • Resume (preferable in PDF format)
  • 2 personal and 2 professional references

The CC-CAC is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

Job Description

Executive Director, Carroll County Child Advocacy Center (CC-CAC)

The Executive Director shall have broad responsibility for leading the efforts of the CC-CAC in the prevention and intervention efforts related to child abuse in Carroll County, Haralson County, and Heard County, GA. He or she will oversee staff and will work closely with the Multi-Disciplinary Teams. Utilizing CAC staff, members of the Board of Directors and community resources, the Director shall provide information and support for victims, families, service professionals and law enforcement. The Director shall be a motivated thinker and strategic planner, a proven leader with administrative skills and experience, be proficient in communication (including public speaking), able to exercise discretion, and sufficiently versed in computer skills to perform and maintain the necessary records and data collection required by this office.

Applicants must pass a criminal background check. A bachelor’s degree in an appropriate academic area and three years of related experience are required or the equivalent combination of education, training and experience. The Director will report to the CC-CAC Board of Directors through the vice chair of the Board. The Board will be responsible for all matters pertaining to the Director’s employment including hiring, termination, discipline and the establishment of personnel policies and procedures. The Director position is contingent upon the continuation of adequate funding.

General

The Executive Director shall have broad responsibility for leading the efforts of the CC-CAC in the prevention and intervention efforts related to child abuse in Carroll County, Haralson County, and Heard County, GA. He or she will oversee staff and will work closely with the Multi-Disciplinary Teams. Utilizing CAC staff, members of the Board of Directors and community resources, the Director shall provide information and support for victims, families, service professionals and law enforcement. The Director shall be a motivated thinker and strategic planner, a proven leader with administrative skills and experience, be proficient in communication (including public speaking), able to exercise discretion, and sufficiently versed in computer skills to perform and maintain the necessary records and data collection required by this office.

Applicants must pass a criminal background check. A bachelor’s degree in an appropriate academic area and three years of related experience are required or the equivalent combination of education, training and experience. The Director will report to the CC-CAC Board of Directors through the vice chair of the Board. The Board will be responsible for all matters pertaining to the Director’s employment including hiring, termination, discipline and the establishment of personnel policies and procedures. The Director position is contingent upon the continuation of adequate funding.

Duties and Responsibilities:

The Executive Director shall be responsible for all aspects of the CC-CAC’s operations, including
but not limited to the following:

  • Ensure the smooth operation of the CC-CAC, which includes orchestrating victim assistance efforts, maintaining records on financial performance, budget, staffing, strategic planning, and compliance with all government regulations.
  • Identify, develop, and recommend to the Board of Directors the goals and objectives of the CCCAC in accordance with the needs of the community and recommend changes, modifications and additions to programs and services.
  • Assist the Board in the formulation of policy, procedures, and activities and ensure their implementation.
  • Develop and implement appropriate policies, procedures, and technologies to ensure compliance with and adherence to all local, state, and national requirements and professional standards relative to management and tracking child abuse cases.
  • Maintain the CC-CAC’s accreditation standards and facilitate processes for re-accreditation as needed.
  • Prepare and submit grant applications and funding proposals and monitor their status through conclusion.
  • Maintain a strong working relationship with the Board of Directors, community groups, partner agencies, government officials, grantors, and foundations to help achieve the goals of the CCCAC by providing verbal and/or written updates as required or deemed necessary.
  • Provide direct supervision and training of CC-CAC employees including financial staff and other staff as hired, as well as volunteers.
  • Maintain network relationships with other statewide and national organizations devoted to the problem of child abuse.
  • Schedule and oversee forensic interviews and schedule medical exams in accordance with CCCAC policy. (Forensic Interviewer certification is a plus, but not mandatory.)
  • Coordinate and facilitate Multi-Disciplinary Team meetings.
  • Prepare and recommend an annual budget in conjunction with the Finance Committee of the Board. Assist in providing the proper fiscal records and reporting within the time frame required.
  • Ensure strict financial responsibility and adherence to the CC-CAC budget.
  • Ensure that the facility is maintained and utilized in a manner safe and comfortable for children.
  • Maintain the CC-CAC policies and procedures manual.
  • Maintain all communications, including CC-CAC Facebook page, website and other relevant social media.
  • He or she will be required to maintain CAC training as deemed necessary by the Board.
  • He or she should proficient in Microsoft Office skills (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc) or
    similar applications.
  • Confidentiality.
  • Perform all other duties as assigned by the Board of Directors.