Noonmark will work with your organization to find the best possible candidate for a senior level opening in your organization. A full range of search services is available, including working with the board on search criteria:

  • What type of individual is best suited to lead the organization?
  • What goals and priorities will be the focus for the next 3-5 years?
  • How should the transition from the retiring executive and the new one be handled?

Available as well are standard search services: including tapping into our extensive personal network, print and on-line recruitment, candidate screening, interview prep and salary consultation.

 

Current Executive Searches:

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Rural Community Transportation is a thriving nonprofit transportation corporation that provides rides in cars, wheelchair accessible vans, busses, and taxis to a wide range of passengers throughout Essex, Caledonia, Orleans, and Lamoille counties in rural Vermont. The central office is located in beautiful Lyndonville, in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom. RCT is recruiting an experienced executive to lead the organization and oversee sophisticated real-time ride technology, three offices, and a large staff and volunteer base. We are looking for someone with experience in community, employee, and legislative relations; nonprofit budgeting and financial analysis for a complex multi-million dollar corporation; and a strong commitment to the mission and values of RCT. For more information go to www.riderct.org.  Please send a resume and cover letter describing your experience and interest in the position to:  RCTEDsearch@gmail.com by May 25, 2018. RCT is an equal opportunity employer, offering competitive salary and benefits.

Vermont Psychiatric Survivors, Inc. (VPS) seeks a dynamic, visionary Executive Director with proven experience in advocacy, financial management, and inspiring staff. Founded in 1983, VPS is a statewide mutual support and civil rights advocacy organization run by and for psychiatric survivors with a mission to end psychiatric coercion, discrimination, and oppression. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director is responsible for managing day-to-day operations to fulfill VPS’s mission. The organization has an annual budget of approximately $550,000, and 10 employees. Candidates should have personal, lived experience of mental health issues/diagnosis and an understanding of the resulting losses and marginalization. Political advocacy, administrative, management, financial, and budgeting experience, along with an understanding of peer values and peer organizations, are crucial. An ability to integrate conflicting perspectives, foster collaboration, and inspire participation across diverse viewpoints and stakeholder interest is also essential. This is a full-time, exempt position with a salary between $50,000 and $60,000, plus benefits. Some travel is required. To apply, send a cover letter, resume, and references to vpsexecutivesearch@gmail.com.  by May 25, 2018.For a complete job description, please go to www.vermontpsychitricsurvivors.org/dev/about/employment-opportunities/

Child Care Resource is a Chittenden County nonprofit committed to strengthening the well-being of children by providing consultation, education, and resources to families and professionals who care for and educate our children. We are recruiting a part-time Executive Director to lead the organization toward a new vision for the future. Must have demonstrated leadership experience and an ability to think creatively about organizational systems. Flexible schedule and competitive compensation. Please send a letter of interest and a resume to jvanburen@childcareresource.org position will be opened until filled.