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Executive Director

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Turning Point Advocacy Services is seeking an Executive Director to lead the organization during an exciting and dynamic season of growth. The ideal candidate will have superior leadership skills and experience leading a diverse and talented team. Strong written and oral communications skills, including public speaking, are a must. Key responsibilities include leading a senior management team, expanding community partnerships, building healthy teams, grant management, and fundraising. Experience partnering and working with a Board of Directors to accomplish strategic objectives is required. Turning Point’s domestic and sexual violence advocacy services include a 24-hour hotline and shelter, and comprehensive survivor programming––in shelter and also in the community––to break the cycle of violence and thrive, free from domestic violence. Because of the vital and specific mission, a working understanding of the population served is preferred. Bachelor’s degree is required, master’s degree in a related field is preferred. Relevant experience may be substituted for a master’s degree. Must have at least three years’ experience in a nonprofit leadership role. Base salary range – $60,000-75,000, commensurate with qualifications. For outstanding candidates, additional compensation may be considered. Benefits. Send resume to adamslaura@mac.com.

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