Executive Director - Plant City Family YMCA

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Job Description

Under the direction of the Senior Vice President of Operations, the Plant City Family YMCA Executive Director is responsible for the day-to-day operations of a Tampa Metropolitan Area YMCA.  This position provides Cause-Driven leadership in associate supervision/development, volunteer management, fiscal management, financial development, membership and program administration, facility & equipment stewardship, community relations and personal-professional development.  Responsible for leading and growing a Family Center operation that includes a $1.5 million budget and 1,200+ household membership units.   


Education/ Experience Required: 

  • BA/BS from an accredited college or university in business, non-profit management or related field, or equivalent experience required.
  • Minimum of three years of experience in business operations, growth and development, community involvement, relationship building, program/business line development, staff selection, supervision and development, and day-to-day enterprise management preferred.
  • Prior experience in facility and/or program area management preferred.
  • Supervision of Y operations or similar health, wellness, recreation operation (Executive, or Operations Director Level) that exceeds $3M in operating revenue and 2,500 membership units (households) preferred (preference will be given to candidates with Y operational experience).
  • Demonstrated skills in fiscal management and financial development (including annual campaign, capital, and/or planned giving).
  • Prior experience supporting large community involvement (example hosting community dinners and participating in festival activities).
  • Highly motivated and entrepreneurial with the consistent ability to meet or exceed goals, cultivate and retain members, volunteers and program participants.
  • Ability to quickly build rapport and develop effective relationships with members, volunteers, program prospects and others to achieve goals.
  • Consistently self-driven and goal-oriented with the ability to set effective team and individual goals and take ownership for results.
  • Demonstrated ability to multi-task and adapt to changing contexts and priorities.
  • Strong analytical and critical-thinking skills with the ability to identify and leverage relevant data to use in planning and decision-making.
  • Ability to understand, adapt to and interact with diverse people, teams, perspectives and cultures.
  • Proficient in using email, Internet, and other PC-based applications (e.g. Microsoft Office, customer service/tracking applications) with the ability to learn and adapt to new technology.
Essential Functions

Key areas of responsibility include: continue expansion of membership base  and enhance engagement through quality and innovative programs and services, maintain a well-connected and active center advisory board, grow the center’s Annual Community Support Campaign, support three board led community events/fundraises, build community relations/partnerships, and ensure effective communication and coordination between center program lines and with association program line leaders/supervisors.