Posted by Chevy Chase At Home on 07/09/2019

Executive Director

Chevy Chase At Home
Bethesda Regional Services Center, 4805 Edgewood Lane, Bethesda, Maryland

Employment Type

Job Announcement

Chevy Chase At Home (CC@H) is seeking an Executive Director to lead this vibrant and well established community- based aging in place village. CC@H is a non-profit, volunteer-driven organization for seniors in the Chevy Chase area that keeps seniors connected with one another and active in the community with neighbors of all ages as they age in place and live at home. CC@H provides a myriad of services for including transportation, cultural, educational and social opportunities, activities to stay fit that support their ability to age in place. CC@H governed by a Board of Directors, has an active committee structure and its services are supported by committed corps of volunteers who deliver services to the members. 

The Executive Director duties include:

  • Coordinating volunteer services for members, helping recruit and vet new volunteers,  and maintaining database of volunteers and service
  • Maintaining a strong relationship with current members and supporting
  • Coordinating the production of direct mail efforts, producing and distributing email communications including e-blasts, forum postings and announcements of event. 
  • Serving as the primary contact the organization and promotes the organization with government entities, other non-profits, the media and other entities
  • Developing opportunities with donors and grantors to facilitate fundraising efforts including coordinating grant research and writing
  • Working with appropriate communities and volunteers, coordinate social and, educational programs as needed and provide support for member-generated activities
  • Providing administrative support to the organization by ensuring that financial statements, annual government filings, and other Corporation correspondence are submitted and filed on a timely basis; handling general administrative tasks such as bank deposits, insurance, purchase of office supplies; managing the work of any other employees, agents or vendors; and managing volunteers working in the office setting and remotely.

Skills required include:

  • Attention to detail
  • Good time management skills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work with volunteers and members
  • Good organizational skills

Experience and Education

Experience working with a community-based, volunteer- driven organization and an understanding of issues related to aging is preferred.  Educational requirements include a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in a related field.

This is a 30-32 hour/week position. 

Please send resume and cover letter addressed to Executive Director Search to no later than July 15, 2019.

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