The Executive Director of WisconSibs, the first and only nonprofit in Wisconsin serving siblings of people with disabilities from childhood through adulthood, is the primary leader of the organization with responsibility for overseeing the organization, managing the staff of WisconSibs, and leading WisconSibs with support of the dedicated board and talented founder to continue the exciting phase of organizational growth.
The ideal candidate is well-aligned with the organization’s mission, vision, and values.
This job is for a full-time Hybrid Position – providing flexibility for the Executive Director to work remotely part of the week and in person at our office in Appleton, Wisconsin, two days a week. Office hours are typically Monday through Friday, 9:00 am-4 pm, with some weekends and evenings for board and committee meetings, programs, and events. The executive director reports to an active and engaged board of directors.
Key roles and responsibilities include:
- Provide strategic direction and planning to promote the organization’s compelling and impactful mission.
- Responsible for securing financial resources necessary to effectively support award-winning programming, general operations, and future growth.
- Engagement with community leaders to advocate for Sibs and promote WisconSibs’ mission/Acting as the Face of the Organization throughout Wisconsin and the nation.
- Oversight of the development, evaluation, and accessibility of WisconSibs programs and events.
- Hire, lead, develop, and direct the staff and dedicated volunteers.
- Develop and steward strategic alliances, collaborations, and funder/donor relationships throughout Wisconsin.
- Strong ability to manage many daily activities in a focused, balanced environment.
- Financial reporting, working in conjunction with the board and staff.
Requirements for this position:
- 5 years + in nonprofit leadership.
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification/work experience.
- Budgetary management skills include budget preparation, analysis, and forecasting.
- Excellent communication skills, both written and oral.
- Successful track record of fundraising and, specifically, Donor Development expertise.
- Strong project management skills in planning, executing, and monitoring projects to provide excellent programming while controlling budget, scope, and timeline.
- Passing a background check.
Salary Range is $70,000-$80,000 based on skill and experience and a benefits package including PTO, paid holidays, and a flexible work schedule working in a comfortable, accessible office setting.
Sibs Are Our Peeps …We are committed to recognizing the critical roles that siblings of all ages play in the lives of people with disabilities and providing programs and services that support their unique needs and perspectives throughout their life-long journey. We believe that when the voices of siblings of individuals with developmental disabilities or long-term illnesses are heard, individual families, communities, and society benefit as a whole.
Our 25 years of growth have gone from making an impact on the Fox Valley to major recognition throughout Wisconsin, the United States, and globally for innovative programming that addresses the relevant and critical needs of an underserved population, namely, siblings of people with disabilities. It is an amazing mission with high demand. This position will have an opportunity to grow WisconSibs’ capacity to make this mission accessible throughout Wisconsin. For more information about our innovative and ever-growing organization, go to WisconSibs.
Are you a passionate and successful nonprofit leader who is a builder style and likes to work collaboratively with partner agencies and our diverse community? Do you thrive when you can partner with others to serve the common good? Are you focused and hardworking and like to work with others toward a common goal? We want to meet you!
Please send cover letter and resume to Apply@wisconsibs.org.