Location: Roxbury, Mass.
For the last 30 years, Project Hope has been led by Sister Margaret Leonard, an incredibly accomplished nonprofit leader who has brought unending compassion, commitment, energy and spirituality to her work and, most importantly, hope and opportunity to the residents of the Dudley Street neighborhood. As a community resident who remains committed to achieving Project Hope’s mission, Sister Margaret wants to continue to serve as a resource to the organization and the next executive director after her retirement which is due to take place in 2015.
Profile of the Ideal Candidate
Project Hope offers prospective candidates the opportunity to lead a mission-driven and highly respected community-based organization with a consistent understanding of what it does, who it serves and how it engages with its clients. Clear priorities for the new executive director include adeptly navigating the organization through its first leadership transition in thirty years; expanding and promoting outcomes as a means to promote Project Hope’s work; transitioning and expanding external relationship to sustain Project Hope financially; and refining Project Hope’s strategic focus to maximize program impact and long-term institutional sustainability.
- Bachelor’s degree required;
- Comparable experience managing an organization of similar size, preferably as the chief executive.
This search is being conducted by Third Sector New England's Executive Transitions Program with Transition Consultant John Tarvin. All submissions are confidential. Interested candidates should submit materials to: http://tsne.org/executive-director-project-hope 
Please include a resume and a cover letter with salary requirements, where you learned of the position and a description of how your qualifications and experience match Project Hope’s needs.
Salary is commensurate with experience, within the framework of the organization’s annual operating budget.
Project Hope is an Equal Opportunity Employer and actively seeks a diverse pool of candidates.