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Job Description
Executive Director
Parent Aid Child Abuse Prevention Center, Tucson, Arizona

Dynamic, motivated individual with strong leadership skills and non- profit management experience to advance our mission and vision within the community.

Compensation Package

Salary Range – $45,000 to $65,000 DOE

Insurance – Parent Aid pays 80% of Health, Dental, and Vision for Employee

Holidays – Ten (10) per Year

Vacation – Twelve (12) Days per Year Accrued One (1) Day per Month

Personal Days – Three (3) Days per Year

Key Qualifications

  • Demonstrated abilities to think strategically, plan tactically, prioritize time and projects, create and maintain successful relationships with internal and external stakeholders
  • A minimum of five (5) years progressively upward management experience in non-profit or public sector leadership and management roles, including fiscal management and accountability, program development and management
  • Substantial experience in the supervision of staff and teams, with proven successful knowledge of human resource policies and practices
  • Demonstrated record of successful fund-development and fundraising activities, including grant writing
  • Extensive proven knowledge of program design, development, implementation and management
  • Knowledge of SafeCare would be a positive.
  • Exceptional community and public relations skills; demonstrated written and oral communication abilities
  • Ethical, self-motivated, high performance attributes with utmost integrity
  • A minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree required; Master’s degree (MA, MBA, MPA, MS) preferred

Essential Functions

In collaboration with the Board of Directors, provide leadership and guidance in developing programs and resources that achieve the organization’s mission, vision, and long-range strategies

In conjunction with the Program Director, establish programmatic goals and objectives, evaluate progress, and ensure quality outcomes

Community and Public Relations:

Promote, inform, and represent the work of the organization to the community, partners, funders, and other stakeholders

Create and maintain effective collaborations with community partners, agencies, and other stakeholders invested in the organization’s mission and services

Staff Relations and Development:

Oversee and manage the recruitment, employment, and performance of staff, ensuring the administration of sound human resources policies and practices

Establish an effective management team; provide ongoing leadership, guidance, and mentoring where appropriate

Encourage and support staff development, education, and training in light of job duties and professional growth opportunities

Fiscal and Operational Responsibilities:

Develop and maintain sound financial practices, including compliance with all federal, state, and local regulations and reporting requirements

Ensure that all funds are properly allocated and managed, in accordance with contracts, grants, or other funding sources

In collaboration with the Board of Directors and Program Director, develop annual and program budgets, ensuring operational compliance with budgetary guidelines

Fund Raising and Development:

Actively participate in fund raising and development activities, identifying new resources and opportunities, collaborating effectively with staff and Board

Identify, write and submit grant applications, ensuring the timely and accurate submission of all grants, contracts, and other reporting activities, in accordance with funding requirements

Board Support and Collaboration:

Partner with the Board membership to achieve strategic plans and goals, providing supportive communication and timely information

Serve as the liaison between Board and staff, serve on all relevant Board committees, and participate in all Board member recruitment activities

Minimum Requirements:

  • Valid AZ Drivers’ License
  • Background and credit check completion
  • Computer skills proficiency, including Microsoft Office
    (Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
  • Flexible schedule, including some week-ends and evening
  • Bachelor’s Degree

To Apply

Please email both a cover letter describing your interest in Parent Aid along with a current resume to hr@parentaid.org.

Attn: Executive Committee, Priority by December 23, 2018. Accepting Resumes and cover letters until position is filled




Parent Aid’s highly qualified staff enjoy the benefits of a rewarding and family friendly work environment while providing support and services designed to strengthen families. Parent Aid provides a supportive learning environment through trauma-informed practices and services.

Parent Aid offers excellent benefits including health insurance; dental insurance; vision insurance, and 403(b) retirement plan.

If Parent Aid’s mission continues to interest you, I encourage you to occasionally visit our website or conversely, you can email hr@parentaid.org

and I can add you to our employment opportunity email list.



Parent Aid is committed to providing a work environment that is free from any form of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, intimidation and/or coercion.