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OrganizationThe Innerwork Center
TypeFull Time
Application DeadlineFebruary 23, 2024
College Degree Required?No
Salary Range$75-100,000


Unlock Your Leadership Potential: Join Us as our Executive Director!

Are you ready to make a profound impact on the well-being of our community? The Innerwork Center, a trailblazing non-profit at the forefront of mindfulness, personal growth, and community well-being, invites you to spearhead our transformative journey as the Executive Director.

Why The Innerwork Center?

Pioneering Initiatives: Lead a dynamic organization that serves as a catalyst for well-being, offering innovative programs that spark curiosity, nurture mindfulness, and awaken the spirit.

Visionary Environment: Immerse yourself in a workplace committed to personal and community growth, where your leadership can truly make a difference.

Trailblazing Mission: Be part of an organization that is redefining the landscape of well-being in Richmond and beyond.

Your Impact:

Leadership and Strategy: Craft and execute a visionary business model aligned with our mission, vision, and strategic plan. Shape the future of The Innnerwork Center by leading the creation of strategic plans every 3-5 years.

Community Connectivity: Foster and maintain robust and mutually beneficial relationships with community partners, positioning The Innerwork Center as a vital non-profit in the region.

Board Development: Collaborate closely with the Board of Directors, playing a pivotal role in recruitment and development. Elevate our governance through strategic guidance, building alignment, and maintaining role clarity.

What We Seek:

Fundraising Expert: Leverage your 5-7 years of successful fundraising experience to create and execute impactful annual fundraising plans.

Operations Manager: Oversee facilities, operations, and human resources, ensuring a comfortable, professional, and productive work environment for our dedicated team.

Passionate Leader: Demonstrate a commitment to mindfulness, personal growth, and community well-being, embodying the principles that drive our mission.

Join Our Journey:

Ready to lead with purpose? Send your cover letter and resume to by Friday, Feb 23, 2024. Your opportunity to shape the future of well-being awaits!

The Innerwork Center is proud to be an equal opportunity employer, championing diversity and inclusivity in our workforce. Elevate your career and contribute to a community-focused vision—apply today!

Job Duties

See above.

Skills Required

Job Duties and Skills Required:

Leadership and Strategy:
Develop and execute a business model aligned with the organization’s mission, vision, and strategic plan.
Lead the creation of a new strategic plan every 3-5 years, assessing, monitoring, and reporting progress to the board on a consistent and ongoing basis.
Stay informed of and implement non-profit best practices and ensure legal compliance, including tax obligations.
Cultivate and maintain strong relationships with community partners.
Act as the public voice of the Innerwork Center, enhancing its visibility and impact.

Board Development and Relationship:
Maintain a strong working relationship with the board.
Collaborate with the Governance Committee to recruit and develop board members.
Support board development through skills training and strategic guidance.

Fundraising and Financial Management:
Create and execute an annual fundraising plan, providing regular reviews and summaries to the board.
Develop and monitor the annual budget, comparing actual numbers against projections.
Support the Finance Committee and assess/manage financial risks.

Facilities and Operations Management:
Act as the primary liaison with the landlord for lease negotiations.
Manage facilities or delegate responsibilities to ensure a comfortable, professional, and productive workspace.
Ensure that all employees have the necessary technology, tools, and supplies for their roles.
Human Resources Management:
Oversee the recruitment, management, and development of all staff.
Administer compensation and benefits effectively.
Conduct periodic performance reviews and foster staff development and a team environment.

Minimum of 7-10 years of progressive leadership experience in a non-profit organization.
At least 5-7 years of successful fundraising experience.
Strong strategic planning, fiscal, team management, and interpersonal skills.
Commitment to the principles of mindfulness, personal growth, and community well-being.
Exceptional communication and public speaking skills.
Proven ability to represent the organization effectively to various stakeholders.

Work Schedule

This is a full time (40 hours/week) position. Work schedule will be mutually agreed upon.