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Posted: Friday, December 15, 2017 4:04 AM


Job Description: OUR MISSION
Utah Pride unites, empowers and celebrates Utah’s diverse LGBTQ+ community by providing a safe and welcoming space for education, partnerships, services and events which advance our collective health, wellness and success.
Founded in 1992, Utah Pride Center is a statewide non-profit organization serving Utah’s expansive gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer community and allies. A wide variety of programs, services and celebrations are executed each year by a highly capable staff and cadre of volunteers.

• Develop the Center’s programming and ensure it meets the vision, mission and long range goals of the Center.
• Create and maintain a working partnership with the Board of Directors on strategic planning, policy development, human resources oversight, fund development, and financial management.
• Value a collaborative work environment and demonstrates strong team building acumen.
• Ensuring a safe and inclusive space for all community members, partners, stakeholders, volunteers, clients, visitors, employees, and board members.
• Oversee implementation of the strategic plan and long-term trajectory.
• Deliver clear and concise instructions to supervised staff and follow guidelines and employee regulations.
• Serve as the chief liaison with other community organizations, government agencies, private funders and key constituent groups for strategic planning and fund development.

Fundraising and Development
• Oversee implementation of the strategic plan and long-term trajectory.
• Represent the Center and promote its mission and vision within the community at large.
• Conduct fundraising and development, including creating fundraising campaigns and a donor cultivation program.
• Work with local and national organizations serving the LGBTQ population.
• Serve as the continuing and consistent face of the fund development efforts in conjunction with Board efforts.
• Prepare and submit grant applications and funding proposals.
• Support the solicitation of corporate gifts in partnership with Board of Directors.
• Analyze and implement earned income strategies.
• Ensure donor and funder acknowledgment at all levels.
• Work with Board to request in-kind donations and other resources for the organization.

Financial Management
• Ensure adherence to the Center’s financial policies and procedures.
• Prepare and deliver a Center update and financial report at Board meetings.
• Develop and monitor Center budgets and ensure all expenditures have proper approval.
• Provide for proper fiscal record-keeping, reporting, and auditing.
• Submit financial reports or statements to the Board of Directors as appropriate or as required.
• Ensure compliance with funding sources and regulatory requirements.

• Maintain a work environment that attracts, retains and motivates a high quality staff.
• Multi-task complex projects in stressful situations.
• Implement Board-approved policies and suggests new policies and processes to the Board.
• Ensure proper and legal hiring and termination procedures; ensure supervision and evaluation of all staff and volunteers.
• Oversee Community Counseling and Wellness Program and other existing programming.
• Select and manage staff; ensure that job descriptions are developed, performance evaluations are held, and sound human resources practices are in place.
• Manage and facilitate timely disciplinary action when required.
• Evaluate the success of programming and make changes as appropriate.
• Coordinate the work of Center staff and volunteers to ensure Center activities are successful.

• Master’s Degree in business management, social sciences, or related fields preferred. Minimum Bachelor’s Degree, prior experience in a similar role for a nonprofit may be used in lieu of a degree.
• Extensive knowledge of LGBTQ programs and issues impacting the community.
Work Experience
• Minimum five years of experience working in a nonprofit organization with a Board of Directors.
• Prior experience as an Executive Director or similar leadership role.
• Substantial working knowledge of nonprofit fiscal management, including fund accounting, government grants, and budgeting.
• Proven experience in the raising of private, public, and foundational capital.
• Experience working with a diverse community and building strong cultures within organizations.
• Exceptional oral and written communication skills.
• Demonstrated ability in public speaking and interpersonal relations.
• Working understanding and ability to effectively articulate lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer issues.
• Established strategic planning.
• Solid financial skills and GAAP understanding.
Location: Salt Lake City
How to Apply: Please send resume and cover letter to either
Executive Director Search
Attn: Sue Robbins
PO Box 1078
Salt Lake City, UT 84110

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