- Salary - $95,000 DOE with an annual performance incentive up to 10% of salary
- A Great Benefit Package with 100% of Medical and Dental premiums paid for the employee and 60% for dependents;
- 100% paid Group Life, AD&D and Short & Long Term Disability & 100% premium paid Group Life for spouse and dependents, along with voluntary Vision, Life & FSA.
- 11 paid Holidays per year
- Competitive Retirement, Vacation and Sick leave Programs
The CEO is responsible to the Board of Directors for the administration of Eastern Idaho Community Action Partnership, Inc. As the Chief Executive Officer, the CEO has the primary responsibility for implementing the policies established by the Board of Directors and ensuring that the agency is in compliance with all contractual obligations.
Summary of Duties:
- Responsible for the day-to-day operation of the agency in accordance with policies adopted by the Board of Directors.
- Responsible for assuring that all programs operate in accordance with federal, state, and local laws and with the terms of the grant and/or contract.
- Coordinates, in cooperation with the Chief Financial Officer and program directors, the development of budgets for all grants and contracts. Monitors expenditures to assure funds are expended in an appropriate manner and that programs remain within approved budget.
- Interprets the Agency's purpose and the program to the community. Establishes and maintains relationships with other agencies and organizations in the community toward meeting community needs and services.
- Endeavors to expand community services in the Agency's nine-county service area. Develops new programs for the Agency and assists in the development of long-range program and financial plans for the assigned programs.
- Serves as a staff resource for the Board of Directors. Works with EICAP Board in developing policies and procedures for personnel, by-laws for organization and committees, travel regulations and fiscal procedures for agency.
- Maintain good agency image and public relations in the community, working with news media and service groups advocating for the needs of low-income, handicapped, and elderly individuals as well-as those of the general public.
- As an employee of EICAP, assume the responsibility of understanding your role in accomplishing the strategic goals and performance measures of the Agency.
- Graduation from an accredited-college or university with a major in public administration, business, sociology, psychology, education, or related field of study.
- A minimum of (10) years administrative experience in a human services agency or program may be substituted for the educational requirement.
- Training in public relations and personnel management is preferred along with a demonstrated ability to work well with a variety of ethnic, age and social groups.
- Must have proven administrative ability and experience in program planning, grant writing and budget control.
- Must have proven leadership ability and experience in leading, managing and motivating employees.
- Must have knowledge of and ability to use other public and private, community, state, and federal resources.
Helping People. Changing Lives.
Learn more about us at: https://www.eicap.org/
EICAP is proud to provide equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.
For assistance or accommodations applying for a position with EICAP, please contact the Human Resources department at: 208-522-5370