18 Apr President and CEO Vacancy Announcement
Special Olympics Montana (SOMT) is seeking a dynamic leader for the position of President and CEO. The President and CEO is responsible for strategic leadership, operational management, fundraising, budget/financial management, and advocacy for Special Olympics Montana.
As the CEO, his/her primary function is to guide and direct the Program in accordance with the standards, policies and procedures set forth by Special Olympics Inc. and the Special Olympics Montana Board of Directors. The CEO reports directly to the Special Olympics Montana Board of Directors and Board Chair and shall maintain a close working relationship with the Chairperson.
Candidates should have a genuine passion for Special Olympics Montana’s mission and the vision, skills, expertise and drive to lead the organization to the next level – improving athlete health, fitness and performance and expanding the engagement of the greater community to enhance the inclusion of people with intellectual disabilities. The candidate should have a strong track record of success in revenue creation in one or more non-profit or for-profit organizations.
The CEO role is an exempt position and is based out of the SOMT Headquarters, Great Falls, Montana. CEO must reside in Montana, but is not required to reside in Great Falls. Frequent in state and occasional out of state travel required.
Those interested may view the full job description and apply online here http://bit.ly/2018MTCEO by May 11, 2018. No résumés or applications will be accepted other than through the provided link. Anyone not including all requested information and/or materials may not be considered. Salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Special Olympics Montana is a drug free work environment and an equal opportunity employer and is dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse staff committed to working in a multicultural environment. Applications from women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and covered veterans are welcomed.
Special Olympics Montana is a statewide, nonprofit organization that offers sports training and athletic competition, health education and screening, school-based programming, community inclusion and opportunities for leadership to both adult and school-aged athletes with intellectual disabilities. Served by more than 20 staff and annual revenue of nearly $3MM, approximately 3000 athletes with intellectual disabilities are served by Special Olympics Montana’s extensive core of volunteers through a variety of community and school settings. Special Olympics Montana is authorized and accredited by Special Olympics, Inc.