Oversee The Harbor’s mission to provide advocacy, prevention and support to promote self-determination and hope for survivors of domestic violence, sexual violence and stalking. Ensure the fiscal health, sustainability, and overall operation of the organization and the implementation of The Harbor’s goals.
The Executive Director provides leadership and guidance to a team of exceptional staff in an effort to end domestic and sexual violence. A primary objective of the Executive Director is to maintain a work culture that is healthy, supportive, and utilizes trauma-informed, empowerment, non-violent communication, and strength based models. Under the supervision of the Board of Directors, the Executive Director shall have general charge, oversight and direction of the affairs and business of The Harbor. The Executive Director shall have responsibility for the employment, coordination and discharge of staff and shall have authority to make contracts and expenditures for the agency within the board approved programs and budget.
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Review full job description, submit cover letter and resume, and answer specific questions as outlined on The Harbor's website.