The Mount – Seeking Chief Executive Officer
New Lexington, Ohio
Situated on a beautiful 160-acre campus in Perry County, Ohio, Mount Aloysius currently serves 75 adult male residents with intellectual disabilities (ICF/IDD). Fiscally sound with a $11.5MM operating budget, the 8-member Board of Directors is seeking an experienced professional with a visionary and entrepreneurial spirit and personality to be the external “face” of The Mount. The CEO leads and is supported by an established five-member administrative team and dedicated staff currently number 130. For more, visit https://mountaloysius.org
The successful candidate will have developed an open door, roll up the sleeves working style as an on-campus leader with a warm personality to continue genuine relationship-building momentum with the local community. The new executive will have an understanding and appreciation of the cultures of the region and familiarity, if not first-hand experience, in the intellectual and developmental disability field. Working with a recently approved ambitious strategic plan, the new CEO will be expected to think outside the box as a creative and strategic visionary. Experience building and sustaining resource development efforts will be helpful. Exemplary communications, presentation, and coalition building skills are a must. An undergraduate degree is expected, advanced studies or certifications helpful.
Position description includes: Strategic vision and leadership – Nurture a strong and transparent working relationship with the Board and ensure open communication about the measurement of financial, program, and impact performance against stated milestones and goals. Development – Formulate and execute comprehensive marketing, branding, and development and fundraising strategies that will ensure consistency throughout the organization and enhance revenue from diverse sources, i.e., government agencies, grant-making foundations, partnerships with area businesses, and individual philanthropic donors, as appropriate. Strengthening infrastructure and operations – Support and provide encouragement and recognition to The Mount’s compassionate and dedicated employees, Board, and other volunteers.
Attractive compensation package awaits the CEO including a starting salary in the range of $140,000 to $155,000 commensurate with experience, three weeks’ vacation, health, wellness, vision, and life insurance, seven paid holidays, and a 403B plan.
Personal letters of application invited describing desire and preparedness to lead The Mount – with resume – submitted no later than Friday, 5 January 2024. All applications will be reviewed in confidence and acknowledged within 48 hours. The Mount is an equal opportunity employer.
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