Hawaii Director--American Lung Association

American Lung Association seeks Hawaii Director

One of the nation’s oldest and most prestigious public health organizations is seeking a leader for its Hawaii operations. Honolulu based, s/he will oversee administration/operations, public health programs, advocacy, volunteer engagement and fundraising/special events. Fifteen or more years of relevant experience required for this exciting opportunity. This position reports to a Mainland-based CEO, works closely with a Hawaii-based Leadership Council of community and business leaders, and manages a staff of 3-4. Please send resume and cover letter to Renee Klein, CEO, at rklein@lungmtpacific.org. Interviews will begin the week of September 16.

ALA Mountain Pacific is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is our policy to not discriminate based on race, color, gender, creed, religion, age, marital status, national origin, the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability, veteran status or sexual orientation or any other legally-protected class. It is our policy to conform to all applicable laws and regulations affecting all protected classes.

Position Summary

The Director of ALA in Hawaii is responsible for overall administration, planning, directing and managing health initiatives programs, advocacy and fundraising in Hawaii to further the mission of the American Lung Association of the Mountain Pacific.

In addition to the job-specific responsibilities listed below, this position will support and model the ALA philosophy and other organizational competencies such as, but not limited to, quality management, fiscal responsibility, compliance and safety.

Essential Functions of the Job

Under the direction of the CEO, the Hawaii Director will:

  1. Oversee Health Initiative staff on Hawaii and Oahu who deliver tobacco, lung health and clean air initiatives;
  2. Develop and implement annual plan to meet fundraising goals including special events, major and planned gifts, corporate giving, private foundations etc.;
  3. Lead local and state advocacy initiatives;
  4. Be the voice/face of ALA and represent ALAH in the community;
  5. Recruit, manage and staff the ALAH Leadership Council;
  6. Develop short- and long-term plans to recruit, educate, and utilize volunteers;
  7. Participate in regional strategic planning and budget initiatives;
  8. Provide a supportive, positive, collaborative atmosphere for staff and volunteers;
  9. Perform administrative duties to support the Hawaii offices and their activities;
  10. Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  1. A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university with an emphasis in related field such as marketing/business, non-profit management, education, the humanities, or social sciences; advanced degree preferred;
  2. 15+ years’ experience in fund development planning and implementation and/or program management;
  3. The ability to communicate and work with, support and motivate a broad spectrum of people including the staff, volunteers, Leadership Council members, community members and others;
  4. Excellent and effective verbal and written communication skills;
  5. Access to an automobile and a valid driver’s license and be available for flexible work hours (evenings and weekends).
  6. Ability to lift 25lbs.

Please send resume and cover letter to Renee Klein, CEO, at rklein@lungmtpacific.org.

American Lung Association seeks Hawaii Director

One of the nation’s oldest and most prestigious public health organizations is seeking a leader for its Hawaii operations. Honolulu based, s/he will oversee administration/operations, public health programs, advocacy, volunteer engagement and fundraising/special events. Fifteen or more years of relevant experience required for this exciting opportunity. This position reports to a Mainland-based CEO, works closely with a Hawaii-based Leadership Council of community and business leaders, and manages a staff of 3-4. Please send resume and cover letter to Renee Klein, CEO, at rklein@lungmtpacific.org. Interviews will begin the week of September 16.

ALA Mountain Pacific is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is our policy to not discriminate based on race, color, gender, creed, religion, age, marital status, national origin, the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability, veteran status or sexual orientation or any other legally-protected class. It is our policy to conform to all applicable laws and regulations affecting all protected classes.

Position Summary

The Director of ALA in Hawaii is responsible for overall administration, planning, directing and managing health initiatives programs, advocacy and fundraising in Hawaii to further the mission of the American Lung Association of the Mountain Pacific.

In addition to the job-specific responsibilities listed below, this position will support and model the ALA philosophy and other organizational competencies such as, but not limited to, quality management, fiscal responsibility, compliance and safety.

Essential Functions of the Job

Under the direction of the CEO, the Hawaii Director will:

  1. Oversee Health Initiative staff on Hawaii and Oahu who deliver tobacco, lung health and clean air initiatives;
  2. Develop and implement annual plan to meet fundraising goals including special events, major and planned gifts, corporate giving, private foundations etc.;
  3. Lead local and state advocacy initiatives;
  4. Be the voice/face of ALA and represent ALAH in the community;
  5. Recruit, manage and staff the ALAH Leadership Council;
  6. Develop short- and long-term plans to recruit, educate, and utilize volunteers;
  7. Participate in regional strategic planning and budget initiatives;
  8. Provide a supportive, positive, collaborative atmosphere for staff and volunteers;
  9. Perform administrative duties to support the Hawaii offices and their activities;
  10. Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  1. A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university with an emphasis in related field such as marketing/business, non-profit management, education, the humanities, or social sciences; advanced degree preferred;
  2. 15+ years’ experience in fund development planning and implementation and/or program management;
  3. The ability to communicate and work with, support and motivate a broad spectrum of people including the staff, volunteers, Leadership Council members, community members and others;
  4. Excellent and effective verbal and written communication skills;
  5. Access to an automobile and a valid driver’s license and be available for flexible work hours (evenings and weekends).
  6. Ability to lift 25lbs.
Seattle, Washington
2013-09-16
American Lung Association of the Mountain Pacific
Renee Klein
rklein@lungmtpacific.org

822 John Street, Seattle, Washington, 98109, United States
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