The OK Ethics Executive Director is a full-time leadership position that is responsible for the promotion of Oklahoma as a state that “values integrity in the workplace.” To accomplish this objective, the Executive Director will lead efforts to successfully grow the organization through membership drives and special initiatives. Indicators of success include membership growth, program attendance and revenue growth.
As the primary representative of OK Ethics, the Executive Director will establish, expand and reinforce cooperative relationships with other professional groups, associations, government entities and non-profit leaders. The Executive Director will actively seek opportunities to promote workplace ethics and highlight the
efforts of OK Ethics member organizations.
- Passionate about the accomplishment of the organization’s goals.
- Knowledgeable in the area of ethics, with a positive reputation for integrity in professional and personal dealings.
- Shows an entrepreneurial approach by recognizing opportunities for growth, making practical recommendations and taking the necessary action steps for success.
- Utilizes wisdom and strong organizational skills with regard to oversight of operations, financials and marketing.
- Self-propelled, willing to take initiative and utilize the critical thinking skills necessary to anticipate and quickly resolve problems.
- Committed to principled business practices with a willingness to stand firm, negotiate fairly and to represent OK Ethics honorably.
- Strong leadership skills as may be demonstrated through at least three years of experience leading growth initiatives in an executive management capacity for a professional organization, non-profit, trade association, or business.
- Demonstrated ability to recruit, lead and coordinate a large number of members and volunteers as may be demonstrated through at least one year’s experience in a leadership capacity for a non-profit organization.
- Willingness and ability to work closely with a Board of Directors with a preference for Board management experience.
- have an established network of business leaders on whom he/she may call to assist in the growth of the organization.
- Knowledge of non-profit operations, especially related to regulations, governance and best practices. This knowledge may be demonstrated through at least one year’s experience in a leadership capacity for a non- profit organization.
- Demonstrated ability to prepare and present persuasive and insightful content in both the written and spoken form for educational, marketing and public relations purposes.
- Ability to consistently design, develop and deliver programs that inspire and equip the OK Ethics community.
Hours and Salary:
Full-time - Commensurate with Experience
To Apply for this Job:
Resumes will be reviewed by a Search Committee comprised of Board Members. Please send resumes or questions about the opportunity to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, August 8, 2019