Executive Director, College Possible

Posted by College Possible on February 11, 2020

The Executive Director is responsible for the overall operations of the College Possible location in Philadelphia. The Executive Director – Philadelphia serves as the external face of College Possible to the local community and the various stakeholders of College Possible.


A successful candidate for the Executive Director position will possess at minimum a significant number of years of relevant non-profit experience with corporate and/or non-profit institutions. This includes but is not limited to the following required knowledge, skills, and abilities:

  • Passion for the mission, vision and values of college preparatory, access and undergraduate matriculation and college degree attainment …
  • Demonstrated leadership competencies including but not limited to: Centered on the Mission; Builds a Flourishing Culture; Communicates Clearly and Directly, Extends and Builds Trust, Shows Courage, Uses Evidence to Drive Results and Develops Self and Others
  • Significant experience and success as a senior leader in an organization, including, but not limited to, success in building and enhancing organizational culture
  • Prior fundraising, philanthropy and/or development experience required, with proven track record of expanding an organization’s donor base through disciplined and collaborative relationship-building; experience with the Philadelphia funder community is preferred
  • Evidence of a results orientation in management and a record of achieving desired outcomes
  • Excellent Board Development and stakeholder relationship management skills; strong collaborative, interpersonal, negotiation, persuasiveness and influencing capabilities

Learn more and apply: https://collegepossiblelt.applicantpro.com/jobs/1306326.html

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