Steps to End Domestic Violence is the largest provider of domestic violence-related support and prevention services in Vermont. Celebrating over 40 years of community service, Steps to End Domestic Violence is a catalyst for cultural change, working towards the goal of eliminating domestic violence through direct services, survivor empowerment, systems advocacy, education, prevention, and outreach.
Steps to End Domestic Violence has an opportunity for an exceptional leader to become its next Executive Director. Candidates will be accomplished professionals with a minimum of five years of leadership experience in a multi-program environment; will have demonstrated success in operational and fiscal management; will have extensive fundraising and grant management skills and experience in major donor cultivation; will be able to implement the agency’s strategic plan; will be able to nurture and sustain a trauma-informed organization; and will have experience and knowledge of issues surrounding domestic violence and related public health and social justice issues. The candidate must have demonstrated experience in leading the development and implementation of organizational policies and practices that promote a culture of equity, diversity, and inclusion. The candidate selected will be well versed in the evolving dynamic within the community, will be intentional in supporting and advocating for all individuals regardless of their race, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, or physical abilities, and will create an environment for all individuals to thrive and be their authentic selves. The candidate chosen to fill this position will be the face and voice of the agency and must be an accomplished public speaker and an expert in building community relationships.
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EOE. Members of marginalized communities and those who have experienced domestic violence are encouraged to apply.