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Assistant Director

Company: OAR of Richmond, Inc.
Date Posted: February 4, 2018

This position supports the Executive Director in both staff supervision and achievement of development goals.

● The Assistant Director serves as a Deputy to the Executive Director and
● ensures compliance of all staff with agency policies and procedures as laid out in the Employee Handbook and Standard Operating Procedures.
● develops and manages internal systems to support the Executive Director in the areas of staff supervision, fundraising, marketing, and budgeting.
● works with the Executive Director on fund development, grant writing and community awareness projects.
● cultivates strong relationships with individual donors, corporations and foundations
● develops and implements all individual and corporate fundraising plans
● establishes strategies to approach funders and grantors, preparing and submitting proposals
● administers fundraising records and documentation
● working closely with Community Engagement Coordinator, will plan and execute community fundraisers, research and identify viable fundraising opportunities
● will support a variety of external communication strategies, events, projects, and outreach activities to maintain OAR’s visible and effective community presence.
● will support the implementation of the three-year Strategic Plan that has been approved by the Board of Directors.
● supervises the Community Engagement Coordinator, Reentry Case Managers (Central Office), Mental Health Community Case Manager and VASAVOR staff.
● works with the Reentry Program Manager and Executive Assistant to complete monthly and quarterly reporting to funders and stakeholders.
● serves as ex-officio member of the Board Community Engagement (Development) Committee.
The Assistant Director performs other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.


Required Qualifications:
BA/BS required with equivalent experience or Master's Degree. Knowledge and 2+ years experience in principles of supervision, outcome measures, research and report writing. Proven experience in developing an annual fund plan and individual giving.
Paid annual and sick leave, Health, Dental, Vision Insurance, 403b Retirement Plan, long term disability.
How to apply:
Please send a cover letter and resume as attachments to Sara Dimick, Executive Director, at Applications will be accepted until February 14, 2018. No phone calls, please.