Executive Director - NYC with Positive Coaching Alliance in New York · NY

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ABOUT POSITIVE COACHING ALLIANCE 
Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) (www.positivecoach.org) is a national nonprofit organization founded at the Stanford University Department of Athletics in 1998. PCA provides training to coaches, parents, youth athletes, and youth sports organization leaders on how to use the youth sports experience to teach young athletes positive character traits and "life lessons” and to develop not only Better Athletes but more importantly Better People!  Through partnerships with more than 3,000 schools and youth sports organizations (YSOs), PCA has conducted 18,000+ workshops for leaders, coaches, parents and athletes on using sports to teach life lessons. PCA is headquartered in Mountain View (CA), with Chapters in 18 cities, states and regions. 






ABOUT THE PCA - NEW YORK CITY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Positive Coaching Alliance is seeking a strategic leader and successful fundraiser to fill the position of Chapter Executive Director (CED) for the New York City Chapter (covering the tri-state area) of PCA. The CED is responsible for the success of PCA under the general oversight of the PCA – New York City Board.  The CED will report to the Executive Vice President for Field Operations who is located in Illinois, and the PCA – New York City Board.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
The CED is responsible for the ultimate success of PCA – New York City, including but not limited to:
Annual Fundraising
  • In conjunction with Board and National PCA staff, develop and implement a successful fundraising plan to raise the required revenue to sustain PCA-New York City and deliver programmatic impact in the chapter
  • Cultivate relationships with a pipeline of prospects and solicit donors
  • Raise funds for “scholarship” workshops for schools and youth sports organizations (YSOs) serving underserved communities
  • Work with the local corporations to support PCA – New York City activities
  • Ensure gifts are acknowledged in a timely manner and actively steward donors
  • Oversee and manage special events to raise funds and gain new donors

Board Management and Development 
  • Work with PCA – New York City Board to develop, implement and evaluate a long-term strategy for PCA 
  • Work with Board to raise funds necessary to establish long-term viability of PCA – New York City
  • Work with Board Chairs and Committee/Task Force Chairs to engage every Board member
  • Work with the Board Chairs to schedule, organize agendas and prepare materials for Board Meetings
  • Keep the Board informed on financial and programmatic conditions
  • Assist Board members in publicizing and promoting PCA – New York CIty through the various networks in creating a “buzz” to enhance success in partnership development, trainer recruitment, fundraising and special events
  • Cultivate a talent pool of local leaders as future Board members

Operations Leadership and Management
  • Prepare and manage annual budget and execute sound financial practice
  • Meet or exceed annual contribution and earned income goals
  • Keep abreast of best practices in the youth sports field and the nonprofit sector
  • Recruit, hire & manage PCA – New York City staff in consultation with PCA – New York City Board and relevant national functional directors—Field Operations, Partner Development (sales), Training and Development in PCA headquarters to ensure performance standards are met
  • Ensure sound human resource practices are followed, including keeping accurate staff job descriptions and conducting regular performance evaluations
  • Maintain official records and ensure compliance with federal, state and local regulations
  •  Maintain an organizational culture reflecting the “PCA Way” so PCA – New York City staff flourish, grow and are successful

Community Relations and Public Outreach
  • Create a sense of excitement about PCA programs in New York City and surrounding areas
  • Reach out to the local media to inform the public about PCA programs and successes
  • Develop relationships with business, philanthropic, academic and government leaders
  • Build sustainable relationships with local professional sports teams and leading corporations
  • Engage Board members to make introductions to influential individuals & organization
  • Manage PCA – New York City web site, and edit and publish local newsletter/blog
  • Ensure that PCA – New York City events are conducted in professional and appealing manner

Add value to the PCA Movement nationwide
  • Manage local operations in accordance with PCA National procedures
  • Provide input to improving PCA general operating practices
  • Serve as resource to Executive Directors in other cities
  • Contribute to PCA as a learning organization

QUALIFICATIONS & CHARACTERISTICS OF IDEAL CANDIDATES 
  • Passion for the PCA cause
  • Proven success in nonprofit fundraising and/or commercial sales
  • Proven success working with and managing  a nonprofit Board
  • Proven record of operating an office with full P&L responsibilities
  • Self-starter with entrepreneurial mind-set, teachable spirit & willingness to think out of the box
  • Team player who works cooperatively with all staff, especially the national functional managers
  • 5+ years of general management experience
  • Professional network within the New York City  community
  • Outstanding verbal, writing and presentation skills
  • Able to work on weeknights and weekends on occasion
  • Bachelor’s degree, Master’s degree preferred

The compensation plan consisting of salary plus annual bonus is commensurate with experience. 

BENEFITS
  • Medical, dental and vision
  • Long term disability 
  • 403(b) retirement plan
  •  11 holidays a year
  • 12 vacation days and 12 sick days starting first year

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Job Questions:

  1. How did you hear about this job?

  2. What makes you feel you are a good fit for PCA?

  3. Do you have prior non-profit management experience? (YES/NO) If yes, please explain

  4. What do you believe is the key to successful fundraising?

  5. What do you see as the role and value of the board in your success as an Executive Director?

  6. What prior experience do you have in youth sports? Playing, coaching, etc.

  7. How much money have your personally raised in a 12 month period?

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