Executive Director – Hispanic Resource Center – Mamaroneck, NY


Executive management of a community-based, non-profit human services and advocacy agency serving the immigrant and low income population in Southern Westchester.

Qualifications: Master’s Degree and at least five years of senior level management experience in a not-for-profit community based organization or public agency or a Bachelor’s Degree and at least seven years of experience; or a satisfactory equivalent of education and experience. Proven development experience/skills and prior budgeting, financial and personnel management experience is required. Must bring a strategic perspective to the position, be able to multi-task in a fast paced environment, and have passion for the mission.

Computer proficiency is required. Must be bilingual in English and Spanish. Must have experience working with low income and immigrant communities.

Responsibilities: Building on past accomplishments, we are seeking a dynamic leader to move the organization forward programmatically, fiscally, and operationally, taking into consideration the environment in which we exist. The Executive Director provides vision and strategic leadership and is responsible for providing oversight of the operational, financial, and programmatic functions of the organization, including fundraising, financial development, advocacy and public relations. The ideal candidate will be a strong leader with proven management skills and have the ability to advocate persuasively on behalf of all of the constituencies we serve. The successful candidate will work closely with a very dedicated Board of Directors.

The responsibilities of the Executive Director include but are not limited to the following:

 Provide policy and program direction, leadership, and management in accordance with the policies established by the Board of Directors.
 Facilitate the development and implementation of a strategic plan
 Oversee the day-to-day operations of the agency
 Drive fundraising and development efforts to support the mission, goals, and objectives of the organization
 Direct the development of the annual budget and all programmatic budgets
 Oversee the management of all finances and ensure compliance with all applicable regulations, guidelines, policies, and procedures
 Solicit and manage grant agreements and relationships with public and private funders, as required
 Provide staff supervision to a staff of ten providing programs in education, vocational training, case management services and a Workers Center for day laborers and domestic workers. Provide opportunities for professional development
 Cultivate and maintain relationships with funders, public officials, community leaders, clergy, and others, to build and sustain the organization
 Create and support innovative programming to address the current and emerging needs of constituents
 Develop internal capacity, infrastructure, systems and procedures for managing, tracking, and achieving goals and outcomes.
 Promotes support of programs and services for constituents through advocacy on a local, state, and national level.

To apply: Please email or fax a resume and cover letter that summarizes how your skills and experience match the requirements of the position, with three professional references and salary history. Email: zcolon@hrclm.org Fax: 914-835-1551.