The Chief Executive Officer of Cape Abilities provides leadership, direction, and oversight toward the achievement of Agency goals and objectives. Acts as a strategic leader for the Agency by working with the Board of Directors and senior management to establish short and long range goals, strategies, plans and policies. Developing clear goals and objectives to advance the mission of Cape Abilities and operating within the budget approved by the Board, directs and oversees all aspects of the Agency’s business and finances including all business operations, human resources management, program management, regulatory compliance, information technology and property management, fundraising and public relations.
As the leader of Cape Abilities’ management team, provides visionary leadership and ensures the organization has proper operational controls, administrative and reporting procedures, and complies with applicable State, Federal and local laws and regulations.
Master’s degree in related field of human services and/or administration required with advanced graduate certificate and/or degree preferred. Minimum 10 years of senior management experience preferably in a non-profit environment and demonstration of the capacity to administer a fast-paced and complex organization (including operational, fiscal and human resources management, fundraising, community relations and related program areas). Experienced leader in the field of human services with appropriate related experience. Strategic visionary with sound judgment and high ethical standards and appropriate professional image. Advanced experience and detailed knowledge of public policy and management practices, including applicable state and regulatory regulations and other contractual obligations that are related to the operations of the agency. Experience in working with a non-profit Board of Directors and the ability to enable their governance responsibilities and maintain effective internal and external communications and relationships. Diverse experience in overseeing and managing a range of administrative and program areas including business operations, facilities and technology management, human resources, fundraising, community relations and program operations. A comprehensive professional understanding and background in working with individuals with disabilities is required.