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Executive Director

We’re seeking a part-time Executive Director to serve Utah’s infertility community. Utah Infertility Resource Center (UIRC) was founded in 2015 by a passionate group of individuals and has steadily grown from one small support group to an organization that serves the entire state through various programs. 

 

This is an hourly, non-benefited position. The pay range for this position is $25-$30/hour, depending on experience, for up to 25 hours per week with the potential for increases based on growth and funds brought into the organization under your leadership. Attendance at events is required, but there is a lot of flexibility in your schedule. Many tasks can be performed from our office space in Millcreek or done remotely.

 

As the Executive Director of UIRC, you will:

 

  • Assure that the organization has and keeps to a long-term strategy that achieves its mission and works towards making consistent and timely progress.

  • Provide leadership in expanding, developing, and evaluating programs

  • Be responsible for the recruitment, employment, and release of all personnel, including paid staff and volunteers.

  • Ensure that regular performance evaluations are held and sound human resource practices are in place.

  • Be responsible for developing and maintaining sound financial practices, working with the board and staff to prepare a budget, and seeing that the organization operates within budget guidelines.

  • Build bridges in the community with key stakeholders and clients.

  • Raise funds and secure donations to ensure the organization can meet its goals.

 

What You’ll Need:

  • Strong management and organizational skills

  • Self-starter with strong motivation and dedication to top-notch performance

  • Big-picture vision while also having an eye for attention to detail

  • Strong interpersonal and community-building skills

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher or equivalent experience in field 

  • Experience in fundraising/development, and donor relations

  • Knowledge or experience in financial management, QuickBooks experience a plus

  • Strong skills with technologies including Zoom, Microsoft Office, Google Suite, CRM databases

  • Compassionate and empathetic to our target population of individuals and couples struggling to build a family and facing grief

 

Bonus Points: 

  • Background in nonprofit work, including knowledge of best practices

  • Strong leadership experience 

  • Working knowledge of best practices and licensing requirements in social service programs such as mental health counseling

  • Some knowledge of or experience in public policy and advocacy

  • Marketing and/or public relations 

  • Experience with event planning

 

If you are interested in being part of a grassroots organization with passion, heart, and a love for working with people, if you are capable of advancing advocacy efforts, securing funding for support services, pulling off fabulous  events, managing a small staff with a warm company culture, and working to improve education, mental health, and resources available to those working to build their families, apply here.

 

Note: Have prepared a resume and a letter of recommendation in PDF format in order to submit your application.