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Post date: June 22, 2018
Executive Vice President - Philadelphia, PA

Resources for Human Development, Inc.
Philadelphia, PA

Resources for Human Development, Inc. (RHD) seeks an Executive Vice President (EVP). This employment opportunity is for a forward-thinking, strategic leader to direct a multi-million dollar Division of RHD, located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

The Executive Vice President will have overall financial, strategic, and operational responsibility for the programmatic quality, regulatory integrity, values-based culture and financial health of the Division. The incumbent is a member of the RHD Corporate Executive Team, and plays a critical role in helping RHD implement its strategic initiatives and accomplish its strategic objectives nationally.

The ideal candidate:

  • Has a Bachelor’s degree (Master’s preferred), plus 10 years of progressive experience managing programs and systems in nonprofit human service and 10 years of supervisory experience.
  • Is able and willing to travel (approx. 20%), and has some flexibility in scheduling to meet the needs of programs and corporate office functions. Occasional weekend or evening hours may be necessary. 
  • Has a valid driver’s license and personal vehicle (required).

The salary range is $95,000-110,000, based on education and experience. In addition, a comprehensive benefits package is offered, including a generous paid time off policy.

To apply, visit, select the “About RHD” link, then “Work with Us” link, and finally, “Click Here to Search for Jobs.” Enter “PA” under state, then enter keyword “Executive” to view the Executive Vice President (EVP) job posting. When applying, include Requisition Number PA058-EXEVP-S-05-2018-01 with the corresponding online application. You can upload your resume and cover letter as well following the completion of the online application.

RHD is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, genetic information, veteran, or disability status.

Post date: June 22, 2018
President – New York, NY

The Council on Accreditation
New York, NY


The President will translate COA’s ambitious strategic plan into action, deepen outcomes for individuals and families as well as increase revenue and market share. Based in New York City and reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), s/he will specifically oversee COA’s program and services portfolio, and:

  • Partner with the CEO, board of directors, and colleagues to implement the strategic five-year plan and the new processes and approaches needed to achieve it.
  • Enhance COA’s external profile with sharpened messaging about the value of accreditation.
  • Represent the organization externally with client organizations, programmatic partners and others. Increase the number of private and public organizations accredited by COA, and accompanying revenue.
  • In partnership with finance, ensure budgets and investments dually achieve impact objectives and organizational sustainability.
  • Evolve service offerings to streamline client accreditation processes: drive client service and engagement; support program leaders and teams in ongoing process improvement initiatives, leveraging their best ideas; facilitate cross-departmental collaboration; build adaptive, transparent processes that remove barriers and support sustainable future growth; and identify/address bottlenecks to program delivery.
  • Inspire diverse teams and embody COA’s core values.
  • Promote a highly engaged organizational culture of excellence and continuous improvement that equally values quality, accountability, innovation, agility, teamwork and is reflective of the diversity of COA’s clients and their beneficiaries.
  • Drive coordination, and internal communications, across program teams and initiatives; develop workplans with specific timeframes ad deliverables; measure progress against goals.
  • Mentor and manage leaders across the program division’s inter-dependent departments: Business Development, Client Relations, Standards Development, Accreditation Operations, and IT/Business Intelligence; and
  • In partnership with HR, ensure program team roles, responsibilities and professional development opportunities allow talented, passionate staff to grow in their careers, while also allowing COA to attract future talent.


  • Significant organizational leadership experience in a high-performing accreditation, social services nonprofit or socially-responsible business. Has overseen a complex program model and delivered both programmatic and financial results (ideally including earned revenue) within a “values-driven”, mission- centric organization.
  • Track record of: exceeding goals; bottom-line growth; and charting a higher impact course through his/her leadership. Can point to tangible examples of success in refining and executing on ambitious strategic plans, setting clear priorities, guiding investment in people and systems, as well as increasing productivity while enhancing innovation. Must bring rigor and analysis to problem-solving and decision- making.
  • Strategic and agile with the ability to implement while anticipating – and building toward -- future program and financial needs.
  • Action-oriented, collaborative and transparent leader who builds a positive culture and has successfully championed change management initiatives with mission-driven colleagues. Brings the skills, sensitivity, and confidence to build organizational and staff capacity, tapping into the power of each team member.
  • Persuasive and effective written, oral, interpersonal, and presentation skills, with the political savvy to effectively partner internally and externally with diverse audiences.
  • Other qualities: resourceful, adaptive, energetic, people-developer, with strong business acumen, creative resourcefulness, judgment, resilience, humor, and a genuine commitment to serving vulnerable populations.
  • Advanced degree preferred (ideally an MSW/MBA, MPP/MPA, J.D.)

COA will offer a very attractive compensation package, including a competitive base salary as well as health, 401(k), tuition/professional development and vacation benefits. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. If you are a qualified individual with a disability or a disabled veteran, and unable or limited in your ability to use or access this site as a result of your disability, you may request a reasonable accommodation by calling (617) 564-3779.

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