Title: Emgage Foundation Pennsylvania Chapter Executive Director
Organization Profile: Emgage Foundation is a non-profit civic engagement organization that works to increase the civic and political participation of minority communities with a focus on the Muslim, South Asian and Arab American (MASA) communities.
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SUMMARY OF FUNCTIONS: Responsible for leading and managing Emgage Foundation’s Pennsylvania chapter.
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Executive Director (ED) serves as the primary leader, external champion, and internal manager of Emgage Foundation’s Pennsylvania chapter, including its staff and volunteers. The ED is responsible for implementing Emgage’s national agenda, as well as setting and implementing a state-wide agenda. The ED is the chief “manager” and “community organizer” for the Chapter, translating strategy into action and results through developing and executing annual strategic and operating financial and marketing plans.
The ED represents the organization with key stakeholders, including civic and religious organizations, partners, elected officials, and the media.
The ED manages the growth and sustainability of the Chapter. An effective ED is able to both lead the Chapter team at its current size and scope, and successfully strategize and manage future growth. 50% of ED time will be focused on staff oversight, program management, program planning and financial management, 30% on communications, and 20% on growth and development.
Extensive travel will be required.
Staff Management: Lead, support, and manage state team in coordination with CEO and State Committee. Provide weekly, monthly, and bi-annual work updates. Conduct bi-annual performance evaluation of staff.
Program Execution: Ensure execution of core organizational programs throughout the year in the areas of voter engagement, civic education, leadership development, and data analytics on voter trends.
Community Organizing: Develop and execute tactics to engage and recruit a wide-range of community stakeholders for civic and political events and initiatives.
Communications: Develop and execute marketing and communications plans for the Chapter to increase brand awareness, membership, donations, and volunteers.
Fundraising/Development: Support chapter fundraising and development to meet annual and long-term revenue goals. Identify, cultivate, solicit, and manage strategic relationships with funders with an emphasis on foundations; work with the CEO and Pennsylvania Committee Chairperson to build a sustainable revenue model.
Financial Management: Ensure fiscally-sound budgeting, forecasting, expense management, and cash flow for Chapter budget.
ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS: Reports directly to the CEO and Chairperson of the State Committee.
SALARY: Competitive based on experience.