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Vice President of Programs – Chief Operating Officer

Judson Center
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Senior Manager
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Judson Center, a premier provider of Autism, Child Welfare, Mental Health and Disability Services across Lower Michigan, is seeking an exceptional human services leader as its Chief Operating Officer (C.O.O.). As a member of the agency’s executive team, the C.O.O. is responsible for the overall development, planning, implementation and evaluation of agency programs and clinical services. Moreover, the C.O.O. leads the agency’s development of standard operating policies and procedures, annual planning efforts, quality programming, and supports strategic planning and professional development efforts. The C.O.O. also serves as the agency's representative on key community, governmental and industry policy and program bodies. In addition, the C.O.O. is responsible for building and maintaining relationships with key organizational constituents including: consumers, governmental and civic leaders, board members, major donors and volunteers.

Qualified candidates will possess a Master’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling or a related field from an accredited school with at least 5 years of senior management leadership in a major nonprofit child and family services organization.

We are seeking a highly motivated, self-directed leader who is solidly committed to helping the organization and its members reach their goals. A consensus builder, s/he must also be a strong manager who enjoys the challenges of coaching a team to achieve excellence. Qualified individuals must possess excellent interpersonal and organizational skills with the ability to communicate written and orally with all types of individuals.

Successful candidates will possess an entrepreneurial spirit with significant achievements in the development and growth of child and family service programs across a multiregional office environment. In addition s/he will have the proven ability to obtain and maintain grants from governmental and foundation funding sources.

Preferred candidates are clinical professionals with an executive leadership background of 8 years or more in a nonprofit, human services organization. Complimentary MBA, MHA, MPA or equivalent degrees are highly desirable.

This position offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package with an organization that is widely admired and respected, both locally and statewide.

Interested candidates should submit, in confidence, a cover letter and resume via email no later than December 21, 2012 to:

Cameron D. Hosner, President/CEO
Judson Center

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