Executive DirectorPosted by: Bud Pugh
Posted date: Mar-05-2018
Location: Oakland, Oregon
Job Description: Executive Director
Reports To: ORPAC Camp Board
The Executive Director provides primary leadership for the organization toward its mission and ministry, balancing vision and financial solvency, by ensuring, either personally or through subordinates, the following duties are carried out with energy, intelligence, imagination and love. The Executive Director must be able to provide spiritual leadership, develop a vision of Kellogg Spring’s next chapter and lead the organization into this new place.
· Demonstrate leadership experience in Christian Camping
· Possess supervisory experience with a demonstrated ability to delegate responsibilities and tasks to subordinate staff
Demonstrate a commitment to the core values and mission of the Church of the Nazarene and Kellogg Springs Camp, and live in full harmony with the doctrine and polity of the Church of the Nazarene, including commitment to the Covenants of Christian Character and Christian Conduct.
· Possess exceptional written and verbal communication skills.
· Possess adequate computer skills in word processing, spreadsheets and editing an existing website.
· Preference will be given to candidates that are members of the Church of the Nazarene.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
· Provide organizational and spiritual leadership to maintain, modify, and expand the impact of Camp as an exhibition of the Kingdom of Heaven to the world, through programming, hospitality and stewardship.
· Direct the visionary and strategic planning necessary to develop three- to five-year strategic plans and an annual ministry plan of operation.
· Serve as a key spokesperson for the Camp to churches in the Umpqua Valley area, the ORPAC region of Oregon, and beyond and serve as a public relations spokesperson.
· Represent the Camp at conferences, conventions and meetings.
· Work with the Camp Board and Staff to provide long-range planning and development for the camp, financial solvency, vision for ministry, and financial resources through marketing and capital development.
· Provide leadership directly or indirectly for the staff, connecting the staff together as community to each other and to the vision of the organization. Annual standards of performance and appraisals, as well as training and development opportunities are expected. This includes partnering with the board for the hiring and release of staff in line with the established personnel policies.
· Provide leadership for the operational fundraising and marketing programs, which will include strategic plans for fundraising and marketing.
· Provide leadership for any capital campaigns held to build new facilities and renovate and upgrade current facilities.
· Serve as the chief administrator of the organization, delegating responsibilities as needed to appropriate directors and staff.
· Oversee the financial management of the Camp, including the yearly budget development and monitoring of the financial progress.
· Oversee working with all government and regulatory agencies, and maintain camping standards as set forth by state and federal regulations.
· Provide leadership for marketing, public relations and communication in order to promote the resources of the camp to current and potential users as well as listening to understand the emerging needs and shifting context of potential users in order to innovate future development.
· Provide leadership for the recruitment, development, and management of staff in order to provide a cohesive staff committed to ministry and service.
· Provide oversight for employees of the camp as well as ensure the responsibilities of all staff are covered.
Physical Requirements and Work Environment: