About Catholic Association of Latino Leaders (CALL)
CALL is a national non-profit organization dedicated to the growth and spiritual formation of Latino leaders of this country in their knowledge and understanding of the Catholic faith. CALL seeks to build a lay membership core of Catholic business, professional and community leaders who advocate for education, social and faith issues important to both the Catholic Church and the Latino Community. CALL is currently seeking an Executive Director in Los Angeles who will organize and manage the National CALL office, manage and provide service and communications to members.
The Executive Director is responsible for successfully leading the organization as it continues to mature and grow in accordance with the long-term strategic plan established by the Board of Directors. The Executive Director reports directly to the Board of Directors and is responsible for the day-to-day management of the organization. The Executive Director will be expected to develop an expertise in the organization’s areas of activities, thoughtfully expand projects and membership and successfully engage in fundraising. The ideal candidate will work with the vision of the organization and position the organization for sustainable, long-term growth. The Executive Director will maintain a strong foundation of mission and Catholic teaching within the organization.
There is a preference for the Executive Director to be based in Southern California, but the organization will consider other locations on an individual basis[DG1] .
Key Duties and Responsibilities:
Operational planning and management
· Overseeing the efficient and effective day-to-day operations.
Financial planning and management
Bachelor’s degree required. An advanced degree in a relevant field and at least 5 years of professional experience in progressively managerial roles. Leadership experience, preferably at an established and successful nonprofit organization with experienced growth over your tenure. Experience with non-profit organizations, including familiarity with non-profit fiscal management and compliance issues, and working with a Board of Directors. Must have community organizing experience, including outreach, engagement and building long- term relationships. Must have a track record of successful fundraising, including individual giving, foundation grants, corporate gifts and business sponsorships and donor stewardship. Must demonstrate proficiency of financial literacy. All candidates should be self-motivating, be able to take initiative on variety of projects, and manage his/her time well. High level of personal integrity.
The successful candidate will be an active member of the Catholic church, adhering to Catholic doctrine and the teachings of Catholic institutions including the sanctity of life.