Full-time (37.5 hours/week)
Wage: $28.50 – $32.50/hour
Application Deadline: June 5 2018 at 4:30pm
HAT is seeking a dynamic and motivated individual to lead Habitat Acquisition Trust’s operations. The Executive Director will implement the Board of Directors’ strategic direction for the organization, and to manage all aspects of HAT’s day-to-day operations.
The successful candidate will be a strong communicator and have experience writing grant proposals, managing staff, and working with a variety of partners and interest groups. They will demonstrate strong leadership skills, a commitment to continuous learning and a passion for conservation.
Please submit a resume and cover letter that demonstrate how the candidate meets the qualifications and competencies in the job description below. Applications should be addressed to the Board of Directors and sent to firstname.lastname@example.org , with subject “Executive Director Application”. Applications longer than 6 pages will not be accepted.
Program Area Overview:
The purpose of HAT Operations is to ensure the cost-effective and time-efficient development and management of plans and programs consistent with HAT’s mandate to preserve and protect natural environments and ecosystems in the Capital Region.
Accountable to the Board Chair and reporting to the Board of Directors on a consistent basis, the Executive Director manages HAT day to day operations including: developing and establishing work plans and programs; providing leadership and direction to staff; monitoring and evaluation of programs and activities to ensure alignment with strategic goals; managing and reporting on financial activity; acting to ensure compliance with all legal, statutory and policy requirements; and, managing HAT’s assets and reputation.
Organizational Insight: Uses subject matter knowledge and expertise to develop plans for the effective securement, allocation and utilization of resources to meet or exceed organizational objectives;
Effective Communication: Expresses ideas, facts and information in a clear, timely and organized manner, and articulates a clear vision;
Relationship/Partnership Development: Adapts and uses an array of skills and techniques to build and sustain positive, supportive relationships;
Leadership: Acts with integrity and takes responsibility for own actions, builds a culture of mutual respect, co-operation and understanding by engaging and motivating staff, coaching and managing performance and fostering long-term learning and development;
Situational Insight: Adapts to and works effectively within a variety of situations and with various individuals or groups, modifying approach as operational goals and plans evolve, maintaining an awareness of the needs of subordinates and continuously seeking ways to improve outcomes.
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GoodWork ID: 45727 Date posted to GoodWork.ca: May 17 2018