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Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Foundation
Oklahoma, United States
(remote)
2 days ago
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Salary
$60,000.00 - $75,000.00
Min Experience
5-7 Years
Min Education
BA/BS/Undergraduate
Required Travel
50-75%
Salary - Type
Yearly Salary
Job Function
Administration

Description

The Executive Director will serve as the executive officer of the Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Foundation (hereinafter "OWCF") and lead all organizational activities under the guidance of the Board of Directors (hereinafter "Board").  The Executive Director will be responsible for refining and achieving OWCF's mission, implementing Board approved policies, and managing the daily operations of OWCF.



Requirements

  • The Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Foundation is seeking an Executive Director to join its
    nonprofit organization that works exclusively alongside, and provides support for, the Oklahoma
    Department of Wildlife Conservation (“ODWC”). The Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Foundation
    provides citizens with an outlet to show their passion for the outdoors by investing their time and
    money in projects that will make a difference for generations to come. Founded in 2018, the
    vision of the Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Foundation is to enable all outdoor enthusiasts to
    actively enjoy Oklahoma’s wildlife and wild spaces. The Executive Director position is an exciting
    opportunity for a dynamic nonprofit professional to use their skills to advance community
    outreach and charitable support of Oklahoma’s vast wildlife.
    Job Title: Executive Director
    Location: Remote
    Classification: Full-Time, Exempt
    Reports to: Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Foundation Board of Directors
    Annual Salary Range: $60,000 to $75,000 (based on prior professional experience)
    Executive Director Job Duties:
    The Executive Director will serve as the executive officer of the Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Foundation (hereinafter "OWCF") and lead all organizational activities under the guidance of the Board of Directors (hereinafter “Board”). The Executive Director
    will be responsible for refining and achieving OWCF’s mission, implementing Board
    approved policies, and managing the daily operations of OWCF.
    Key duties include:
    Executive Leadership
    Fundraising
    External communications & community outreach
    Overseeing staff/administration
    The general responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
    1. Board Relations/Governance
    Responsible for leading OWCF in a manner that supports and guides the
    organization’s mission as defined by the Board.
    Fosters a productive and mutually supportive relationship with the Board,
    keeping Board members informed of progress while stewarding their support
    and contributions.
    Supports the Board Governance Committee in identifying, cultivating, and
    recruiting prospective board members.
    Establishes goals, objectives, and operational plans in collaboration with the
    Board, staff, and key stakeholders.
    Works in partnership with the Board to develop and promote OWCF’s strategic
    plan, mission, goals, and objectives.
    Implements Board approved policies and procedures and builds support for
    Board decisions among staff.
    Attends Board and committee meetings and collaborates with committee chairs
    to coordinate foundation activities.

    2. Development/Fundraising
    Actively leads in the solicitation of major gifts from individuals, businesses,
    foundations, groups, and others, including, but not limited to, face-to-face
    solicitation of such potential or active donors.
    Leads development and fundraising efforts in collaboration with the Board.
    Prepares donor, grant, and foundation solicitations to sustain and grow OWCF
    support.
    Develops a robust solicitation calendar to plan annual development efforts
    inclusive of special events.
    Initiates, cultivates, and extends relationships with OWCF’s portfolio of
    individual, foundation, and corporate donors.
    Ensures OWCF’s financial stability and sustainability by maintaining a healthy
    cash flow and adequate reserves.
    Organizes and executes major fundraising efforts that will increase, strengthen,
    and diversify OWCF’s funding sources.
    Creates and sustains effective donor communication channels and methods.
    Prepares and manages the expense budgets associated with each event and
    ensures targeted revenue goals are met through sponsorships, donations,
    ticket sales, raffles, and other approved revenue-generating activities.
    Organizes planning meetings for staff and committee members involved in
    events.
    Works with event committees and provides leadership and direction to the
    event committees on all aspects related to fundraising events.
    Coordinates rentals, decor, entertainment, catering and all other services for
    events.
    Provides onsite event organization on “day of event” and coordination of staff,
    committee members, volunteers, and vendors, including set-up and tear-down.
    Works collaboratively with staff on the promotion of fundraising events.
    Maintains event webpages on OWCF’s website.
    3. Executive Leadership & Communications
    Provides strategic direction and visionary leadership to OWCF.
    Oversees the day-to-day operations of OWCF to ensure its long-term success
    in meeting strategic goals.
    Organizes, motivates, and mentors staff to strategically grow OWCF’s impact,
    programs, fundraising, and mission fulfillment.
    Applies innovative thinking and performance measurement to analyze and
    support strategic decision-making.
    Continually fosters a culture that encourages collaboration between OWCF and
    the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation and recognizes positive
    contributions.
    Contributes to the strategic plan and drives its implementation.
    Inspires a business-oriented, professional, results-driven environment across
    OWCF.
    Develops a plan for ongoing team feedback, communication about needs, and
    opportunities for professional development with staff.
    Develops strategies and tactics for achieving OWCF’s short-term and long-term
    strategic fundraising and business goals.
    Seizes strategic opportunities and establishes partnerships to increase the
    impact and reach of OWCF while maintaining the identity and brand of OWCF.
    Represents OWCF and serves as chief spokesperson publicly at events,
    conferences, and with all media sources.
    Presents and promotes OWCF and its mission, programs, and partners in a
    consistently positive manner.
    Ensures high visibility to prospects and the public and builds community
    engagement in OWCF.
    Manages all aspects of OWCF’s marketing and public relations.
    Demonstrates initiative by problem solving and finding solutions for OWCF
    stakeholders, volunteers, and partners.
    Represents OWCF as a leader in the wildlife conservation philanthropic
    community.
    Represents OWCF externally in the community to raise awareness about the
    mission of OWCF and wildlife conservation issues.
    Leads the production of publications, press releases, social media posts,
    advertisements, e-blasts, newsletters, community engagement, and donor
    events in compliance with OWCF policies and procedures.
    4. Administration/Finance/Human Resources
    Prudently directs the resources of OWCF and manages all financials within
    budget guidelines and according to current laws and regulations.
    Assumes responsibility for the fiscal integrity of OWCF.
    Monitors the Board-approved budget and manages daily financial operations
    to ensure maximum utilization of resources and optimum financial positioning
    of OWCF.
    Prepares and administers the annual budget, with Board approval.
    Reviews and presents all financial reports to the finance committee and Board,
    at least quarterly.
    Assists in the preparation of the company’s annual tax return.
    Manages and motivates staff, overseeing processes such as hiring,
    separation, ongoing staff development, performance management, and
    compensation and benefits.
    Performs other related duties as assigned.
    Qualifications
    Demonstrated experience in fundraising, grant writing, program development,
    financial management, and human resources.
    Must possess a reliable personal vehicle and valid Oklahoma Driver’s License.
    Must be able to work evenings and weekends, as needed, to complete projects on
    deadline, attend board and committee meetings, and attend performances and
    special events.
    Must be willing to travel and represent OWCF at in state and out-of-state
    conferences and other professional development opportunities.
    Bachelor’s or master’s degree required in a relevant field such as Non-Profit
    Management, Public Administration, or Business Administration.
    Five to ten years of experience in soliciting and managing grants and contracts,
    preferred.
    Familiarity with wildlife issues and conservation in Oklahoma, preferred.
    Effective written and verbal communication skills.
    Strong analytical and problem-solving skills. 

    Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills, including the ability to receive
    direction from the Board and provide clear direction to staff.
    Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
    Strong supervisor and leadership skills.
    Ability to prioritize tasks and to delegate them when appropriate.
    Ability to function in a high-paced and at times stressful environment.
    Ability to work in a collaborative, team-centered environment.
    Ability to communicate to diverse audiences and stakeholders in formal
    presentations and informal communication.
    Ability to thrive in an independent work environment and make decisions without
    direct supervision.
    Proficient with Microsoft Office, Quickbooks, or related software.
    Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer.
    Must be able to lift up to 15 pounds at times.
    Application Submission
    To apply, interested applicants should submit:
    1. Cover letter,
    2. Resume,
    3. List of three professional references
    Please send all necessary documents to Raegen Siegfried, Selection Committee Chair,
    at Raegens@gmail.com and also copy such email to OWCF Treasurer, Richard
    Hatcher, at Hatchone@cox.net by 5pm CST on July 19, 2024.
    OWCF is an Equal Opportunity Employer. OWCF provides equal employment
    opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race,
    color, ancestry, national origin, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital
    status, religion, age, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by
    federal, state, or local laws.
    This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting,
    hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence,
    compensation, and training.
    For more information about OWCF, see www.okwildlifefoundation.org or follow us on
    Facebook or LinkedIn.
Job ID: 74036619
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