This is a full-time, exempt position, with a comprehensive benefits package. At start date, benefits include: 10 paid holidays, PTO accumulated at five hours per pay period for the first two years, and one paid hour per week dedicated to wellness. Benefits beginning after a stipulated wait period: health, dental and vision coverage, retirement account (up to 3% match), wellness package ($1,200 per year for health-related activities), and Flexible Spending Account ($1,200). PLEASE NOTE: The SMRC will make a housing option available for our Executive Director.
PLEASE NOTE: The San Miguel Resource Center (SMRC) will make a housing option available for our Executive Director.
The mission of the San Miguel Resource Center (SMRC) is to empower and advocate for individuals affected by domestic violence and sexual assault through intervention and supportive services, while promoting social change through prevention education and community awareness.
The SMRC is looking for an experienced executive director who is compassionate, confident, and willing to advocate for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in an increasingly diverse, rural community. The ideal candidate is an accomplished nonprofit leader who has experience implementing inclusive and equitable practices, has a successful fundraising track record, is a skilled relationship builder, and demonstrates a commitment to ending violence in all forms. Spanish language skills and prior knowledge of interpersonal violence are both plusses but not requirements.
The SMRC Executive Director is responsible for the overall management of the organization—board, staff, admin, programs, fundraising, communications, culture, and community relations. This position reports directly to the board of directors, supervises staff, and oversees a $1 million annual budget. The Executive Director works closely with the board, staff, and volunteer advocates to achieve SMRC’s mission to empower and advocate for individuals affected by domestic violence and sexual assault.
The San Miguel Resource Center empowers and advocates for individuals affected by domestic violence and sexual assault through intervention and supportive services, while promoting social change through prevention education and community awareness.
We envision an equitable community in which every person has the right and the ability to be safe, respected, empowered and free from oppression, violence and the fear of violence.
We strive to create an environment that affirms diversity of persons as well as diversity of views to ensure inclusive and accessible spaces for all.
24 Hour Hotline and Crisis Intervention
Emergency Shelter and Financial Assistance
Personal and Legal Advocacy
Resources and Referrals
Translation and Interpretation Services
Youth Education and Prevention K-12
Community Prevention Education
Coordinated Community Response
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