Appointed by the Bishop, the Executive Director is responsible for the leadership, administration and coordination of Catholic Charities’ charitable and social services to the most vulnerable of the State of Delaware and Eastern Shore of Maryland. The Executive Director plans, develops, implements, manages, and evaluates all services in keeping with the mission of the Diocese and Catholic Charities, while representing the Diocese to the larger community, other social service agencies, parishes, and government bodies.
Duties and Responsibilities:
The areas of responsibility of the Executive Director include Leadership, Vision, Strategic Planning, Financial Management, Operations and Program Administration, Community Relations, and Legal Compliance.
The successful candidate will be an exemplary faith-focused leader with outstanding prior experience in leading a non-profit organization. This individual will possess a Master’s degree in Social Work, Social Services Administration, Business Administration, or a related professional field, with a minimum of ten years increasingly responsible administrative and management experience in non-profit organizations in a human/social service setting. Superior communications skills, and an unwavering commitment to the principles of Catholic social teaching are crucial.
How to Apply/Contact:
To apply, send resume and cover letter to [email protected] Please reference Charities ED in the subject line.