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Rose Brooks Center

Chief Executive Officer

Rose Brooks Center, a non-profit domestic violence agency, seeks an experienced professional organization as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Each year, Rose Brooks Center reaches over 14,000 individuals and their pets, with a mission to end the cycle of domestic violence.  Rose Brooks Center is a 501(c)(3) organization with an annual operating budget of approximately $8 million. 

 

The CEO serves as chief executive of Rose Brooks Center and reports directly to the Board of Directors and the Board Executive Committee.  Together with the Board, the CEO provides vision and leadership and is responsible for the success of the organization.  The CEO assures the accomplishment of the agency’s mission, vision, values and philosophies, relevance to the community and the accountability to those we serve. The CEO will lead and have final decision making authority on all significant decisions impacting the organization including but not limited to personnel practices and matters, mentoring, preparation of a strategic plan outlining priorities and resource allocation for Board approval, maintaining relationships with key donors and community leaders, maintaining strong ratings from charity rating agencies, strategic decisions regarding resource allocation, new programs or program modifications, oversight of accounting, financial reporting and grant applications and compliance.  

 

Principle Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for safeguarding the fiscal integrity of Rose Brooks Center, managing all aspects of the agency’s fiscal condition including managing actual and expected cash flows, and maintaining the excellent reputation the organization has earned with donors, community leaders, and charity rating agencies.
  • Works with the CFO to submit an annual operating and capital budget to the board of Directors and ensuring financial statements are prepared accurately and timely.
  • Maintains and manages all aspects of fund development efforts and donor relations, and oversees grant applications, grant compliance efforts and transparent financial reporting.
  • Responsible for determining the mission, vision, values, and culture of the agency and setting and accomplishing strategic plan goals accordingly.  
  • Ensures Board is aware of current and anticipated trends, regulations, and opportunities to ensure continuity, sustainability and community relevance.
  • Ensures the agency operates in compliance with all applicable laws, regulations, policies and procedures.
  • Provides executive level oversight to operations, including general oversight of day-to-day operations, fund development, grant management, financial/compliance, facilities management, and human resources. 
  • Serves as chief spokesperson for the agency.
  • Develops and maintains collaborative relationships with key stakeholders and throughout the community.
  • Performs all duties utilizing the principles of trauma informed care, accessibility, and equity and inclusion. 

 

Programs:

  • Emergency Shelter/Pet Shelter-Provides a safe sanctuary where individuals, families, and pets are welcomed, wrapped in support, and can begin to heal. Shelter staff are available 24 hours per day, 7 days a week.
  • Therapy Services- Empowers adult and child survivors to reclaim their lives through the complex healing process.
  • Bridge Program- Serves patients experiencing domestic violence from the safety of local hospitals and clinics.
  • Project SAFE- School-based violence prevention program that provides therapy and support for children and teens dealing with domestic violence.
  • Housing and Economic Advocacy- Assists survivors in finding safe, affordable housing that is free from violence and gain other skills needed to achieve economic stability.
  • Court Advocacy- Advocates for and guides survivors through a complex court system.
  • Police Advocacy-Works collaboratively with the Kansas City, Missouri Police Department (KCPD), and includes the Lethality Assessment Program which serves those most at risk at a crucial point of access.
  • Compensation: This is a full-time, exempt position.  We offer a competitive total compensation package, including salary commensurate with experience/qualifications; medical, dental, and vision insurance, employer paid Life Insurance, AD&D, and Long Term Disability, supplemental insurance, Flexible Spending Accounts, Employee Assistance Program; and generous paid time off that includes vacation, personal time, sick time, and 10 paid holidays per year.

     

Experience Required

Qualifications Education/Experience Requirements: • Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Business, Organizational Development or related field required. Master's degree preferred. • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in a senior management position in or related to Domestic Violence preferred, or the equivalent experience in trauma stewardship and trauma informed care. • Position is based in Kansas City and requires candidate to work in Kansas City location. Required Skills, Abilities, and Competencies: • Commitment to Results: The CEO is a systems thinker, who is customer focused and goal driven; action-oriented and innovative. This person translates vision into high level strategic thinking and ultimately planning/effective delivery of services. This requires a strong work ethic and a high degree of energy. • Business Savvy: This position requires demonstrated knowledge and experience in the following areas: financial and expense management, human resources and human relations, fund and grant management, program management and day-to-day non-profit operations. Specific requirements include: o Demonstrated ability to oversee and collaborate with staff and Board of Directors. o Strong financial management skills, including budget preparation, analysis, decision making, and reporting. o Excellent donor relations skills and understanding of the grant application process. o Strong written and oral communication skills, including public speaking. o Solid organizational abilities, including planning, delegating and mentoring skills. • Leading Change: This individual shares in Rose Brooks Center’s values, mission, vision, philosophies, and culture, demonstrates transparent and high integrity leadership, models behavior and deals effectively with demanding situations while assisting in design/implementation of interventions. • Commitment to Equity and Inclusion: The CEO is committed to equity and inclusion through the intentional and continuous development of awareness and skills to provide a safe, respectful and welcoming environment. This individual embraces this process by engaging with and responding with staff and community through reflection, advocacy and support. • Inspiration and Motivation: The CEO leads and guides continuity, change and transition; this includes the ability to envision and effectively communicate the organization’s mission to donors, the Board, volunteers, and the overall community. The CEO knows how to influence, inspire, encourage, and motivate others. • Other Requirements: o Ability to handle detailed, complex concepts and problems, balance multiple tasks/high-stress simultaneously, and make rapid decisions regarding administrative issues. o Ability to develop and maintain strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders, including the Board, committees, volunteers, donors, clients and community members. o Demonstrates commitment to continued professional growth and development. o Practices self-care and trauma stewardship.

How to Apply

To Apply:       Send resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to: CEOApplications@rosebrooks.org or

Human Resources, P.O. Box 320599, Kansas City, MO. 64132


Candidates must consent to background screenings.

 

Rose Brooks Center is an equal opportunity employer and offers highly competitive pay and benefits.

Rose Brooks Center
PO Box 320599
Kansas City, MO 64132
Phone: 816.523.5550

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