One Man’s Treasure is seeking a full time Executive Director with non-profit leadership experience to head this growing organization based in Rockwall and Dallas and made up of an active Board of Directors, six full or part-time staff members, 130+ volunteers and a current budget of $450,000 funded through individual and church donors, foundation grants and fundraising activities.
One Man’s Treasure is a faith based 501 c3 that seeks to empower men recently released from state prison to the Dallas, Fort Worth and East Texas area by providing them with clothing and opportunities for networking. Its mission is centered on the belief that if these men can find employment, they can lift themselves out of poverty, attain economic stability for themselves and their families and successfully transition into their communities. The organization provides each client with essential clothing not only for daily living but also for job interviews and employment opportunities to help them achieve that goal. Knowing the challenges with transportation facing these men, the clothing is delivered to them at their place of residence. In most cases, male volunteers make the deliveries and take time to visit with the men, encourage them and can refer them to other resources.
Founded in 2005, One Man’s Treasure has served 16,000 men. It has experienced significant growth over the past two years, serving a record 2,053 in 2021 and is projected to serve 2,600 in 2022. Recidivism studies have shown the success of the program
Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director (ED) will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for One Man’s Treasure’s staff, programs, expansion, and execution of its mission. The ED will develop deep knowledge of the cause, core programs, operations, and business plans.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities
Administration - Responsible for managing staff and planning, organization, and direction of the organization's mission, operations, and programs to meet its goals.
Financial Management - Financial planning, managing budget and overseeing fundraising, grant acquisition and donor development and retention are critical to assure the success of the program and its growth. The organization’s financial plan will be executed by the Executive Director working with the Development Director and Board of Directors.
Mission and Program - Oversee all aspects of our client services program working with staff and partners– identification of sources of clothing and acquisition, client identification and application procedures, distribution of clothing to clients, volunteer and partnership recruiting and retention
Public Awareness and Communication –Increase visibility of our mission and services through group presentations and personal communications; develop and maintain strong relationships among others working to serve the formerly incarcerated within the communities we serve, the faith and business community, our volunteers, staff and donors. Retain support of existing donors and develop new base of support through communication and personal contact. Provide oversight to staff and volunteers with marketing responsibilities
- Demonstrated non-profit leadership experience
- Fundraising and financial management experience
- Management/leadership experience with small staff
- Grant writing experience a plus
- Experience with faith based programing a plus
- Experience working with formerly incarcerated or incarcerated population a plus
Email resume with cover letter to Matt Bomberger, email@example.com