New Hope Clubhouse Executive Director
Central Texas Clubhouse Initiative
About the organization
Central Texas Clubhouse Initiative (CTCI) is a relatively young 501(c)3 nonprofit that uses the clubhouse model as defined by Clubhouse International (https://clubhouse-intl.org/) to serve individuals whose lives have been disrupted by mental illness. CTCI currently has a unique and time-sensitive opportunity to enhance and expand its first clubhouse's operations for the remainder of 2019. A large portion of this funding provides for this Director position, along with provisions for a well-stocked media lab, and substantial additional funds for staff and member trainings and supplies. Additional opportunities include expanded access and availability of a space with a full kitchen provided by a local church, and the rental of a full-time office located in a community hub for nonprofit services.
This Office will provide excellent space the Director can use to work on outreach, networking, and fundraising on days the clubhouse is not open.
1. Responsible for leading New Hope Clubhouse in a manner that supports and guides its mission as defined by Clubhouse International and the International Standards for Clubhouse Programs.
2. Responsible for implementing in 2019 the following program goals specified in our Spark funding agreement with Clubhouse Texas: a. Grow New Hope Clubhouse from a 1-day a week program to a 3-day a week program. b. Transition New Hope Clubhouse’s data management to the Flourish Database system and ensure compliance with all expected data reporting. c. Create transportation assistance opportunities for Clubhouse members. d. Plan and attend an Immersive Clubhouse Experience (ICE) trip to San Antonio together with Clubhouse members. e. Spend any remaining Spark award funds in 2019 in a strategic manner to support the goals of Clubhouse.
3. Responsible for fundraising, networking, and advertising in the community, focusing on meeting the membership and attendance expansion of goals of 2019 and pursuing multiple funding options for 2020.
4. Responsible for supervising any part-time staff generalists who may be hired. The Director may have the opportunity to select for hire the part-time generalist who assists them.
5. Responsible for communicating closely with the Board of Directors and coordinating with them to advance the organization’s mission.
1. Strong understanding of the Clubhouse Model as defined by Clubhouse International (https://clubhouse-intl.org/)
2. Experience working in an accredited Clubhouse preferred but not required
3. Proven experience as a program director or other managerial experience
4. Grant management experience
5. Knowledge of fundraising strategies and donor relations unique to the nonprofit sector
6. Strong written and oral communication skills
7. Ability to convey a vision of New Hope Clubhouse’s strategic future to staff, board, and donors
Commensurate with experience, up to maximum total of $15,200 for a period spanning Sept 2019 - Dec 2019. Position could be full or part-time depending on the availability of a highly qualified candidate. Relocation expenses may be considered.
Contact email: [email protected]
One of the founding board members of CTCI is an RPCV (Tanzania 06-08) and recognizes that another more recent RPCV may have the magic combination of energy, passion, project management experience, and willingness to temporarily relocate to a very rural area that CTCI is looking for. Brownwood, Texas is over an hour's drive from any city and about three hours from any major metropolitan area, making it difficult to attract highly qualified professionals. However, it does have a low cost of living, all the essential amenities, and a peaceful pace of life. This could be an excellent opportunity for an RPCV who has an interest in mental health, is willing to take the time and effort to learn about the Clubhouse model, and would like to add an Executive Director position and reference to their resume.
Equal Opportunity Employment
The posting employer has certified that this announcement complies with Peace Corps’ Equal Opportunity Employment policy:
The Peace Corps is committed to providing equal opportunity to all employees, Volunteers, and applicants for employment and volunteer service. Peace Corps policy prohibits discrimination and harassment because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age (40 or over), disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, parental status, political affiliation, union membership, genetic information, or history of participation in the Equal Employment Opportunity process, grievance procedure, or any authorized complaint procedure.
Does this sound like the position for you?Apply to job