Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director (ED) will partner with the Artistic Director (AD) providing overall leadership to Nashville in Harmony, LLC and responsible for providing direct oversight and management of all non-artistic areas.
The ED will:
The scope of responsibility includes:
The ED will develop relationships through partnerships and agreements with musical, performing, educational, and/ or community organizations to advance the organization’s mission and outreach activities throughout the Middle Tennessee Metropolitan area and beyond.
The ED will work in conjunction with the Board to ensure effective governance and fiscal health for the organization. The ED will be a relationship builder who maintains a professional profile and is personally able to raise financial resources while engaging, and energizing the Board of Directors in their role as fundraisers, policymakers, and community ambassadors.
The ED will be the organization's spokesperson, representing it internally and throughout the community with the mission, vision, and values as a guide. The ED will guide the growth, public image, and increased brand awareness in partnership with the ADs and the Board for the greater Nashville in Harmony organization.
TRAITS AND CHARACTERISTICS:
The selected individual will have a well-rounded set of competencies:
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Management and Operations (approximately 25% of responsibilities)
Fundraising and Development (approximately 25% of responsibilities)
Marketing and Public Relations (approximately 15% of responsibilities)
Financial Management (approximately 15% of responsibilities)
Community Engagement and Education (approximately 15% of responsibilities)
Governance (approximately 5% of responsibilities)
EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:
For qualified applicants, a related degree or equivalent experience are preferred with a minimum of 3 years of relevant management experience with a track record of effectively leading a non-profit organization. Proven record of working successfully with LGBTQIA+ organizations and communities. Should demonstrate expertise in fundraising with an emphasis on marketing the organizational brand and possess effective writing and communication skills. A background check will be required and reviewed if the candidate is considered for hire.
$30,000 for a 20 hour work week. Compensation based on experience. No health insurance is provided with this position.
APPLICATION AND INQUIRIES
Email a resume with “NiH Executive Director” in the subject line. Include a cover letter introducing yourself and your skill set for this position (no more than 300 words), 3 professional references, and any other documents you feel inclined to include to: Presidentfirstname.lastname@example.org