District Executive Director
Company: YMCA of the USA
Posted on: May 3, 2021
Work for a growing, healthy YMCA located at the foot of the
beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains and three hours from the beach.
YMCA of Greater Spartanburg
Spartanburg, SC 29302
Under the direction of the CEO, and in accordance with the mission
and purpose of the YMCA of Greater Spartanburg, the District
Executive Director is accountable for the administration and
coordination of programs for the association; and supervision of
assigned Branch Operations, in accordance with the policies and
goals of the YMCA of Greater Spartanburg.
The incumbent must have the competencies, skills and proven
leadership ability to successfully carry out the Associations
mission, goals and vision for serving the community. Other
important competencies of the Group Vice President include the
1.Supervises the assigned branch operations. Provides leadership
and appraises performance of Branch Executives.
2.Coordinates operations at the branches to be in accordance with
the guidelines set forth in the Associations policies and
3.Supervises assigned staff and oversees the operations of the
related departments including all program operations. Ensures that
all operations meet or exceed minimum quality standards and are in
accordance with the provisions of established policies.
4.Ensures that all programs comply with YMCA standards and methods
of operations and continually strives to the highest possible level
of program quality.
5.Responsible for program development into unserved and underserved
portions of the service area.
6.Responsible to create a working climate that encourages staff and
volunteers to develop new and creative methods of delivering the
mission of the YMCA through progress.
8.Works closely with assigned Association board committees to
develop and implement relevant policies that are in accordance with
the Association's long-range plan.
9.Assists in the development and implementation of plans for
maintenance of and improvements to existing properties, facilities
and equipment. Assists management in the planning, development and
construction of all new Association facilities.
10.Supports the overall Association by serving as a resource and by
participating as a member of various committees and groups
including various Program Advisory Teams and all others as
assigned. Provides recommendations for improving Association
11.Monitors key results areas and provides effective management by
anticipating problems and taking early corrective action.
12.In concert with the CEO, gives leadership to Association
long-range strategic planning and monitors performance and stated
13.Assumes all other responsibilities as deemed necessary or
1.Four-year college degree in Business Administration or related
2.Must have broad experience in all areas of campaign
administration, general not-for-profit administration and knowledge
of the YMCAs position in the community.
3.Must be familiar with the YMCAs programs, plans and goals and be
able to interpret these in terms of financial goals.
4.Must be able to provide sound administration of the affairs of
the branches in respect to purposeful and coordinated programs,
good public relations, sound financial and records systems, and
good property management.
5.Must be able to develop and maintain good staff relations
resulting in a smooth collaborative team of volunteers and
6.Must exercise good judgment and competence in implementing stated
needs, objectives and interests in the Y as enunciated by the
association management staff and within the latitudes of
responsibilities defined by the Board of Directors.
7.Must be able to handle multiple tasks, be able to work heavily
with staff and volunteers. Must also be creative and be able to
project enthusiasm to board, staff, members, and program
8.Must have skills to interpret and understand the problems and
needs of the community and procure the resources needed for the
YMCA to appropriately serve.
9.Must be able to interpret the philosophy and corporate
relationships of the management of the YMCA of Greater
The physical demands described here are representative of those
that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the
essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be
made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the
The incumbent is regularly required to stand and walk for long
periods of time, to talk and hear, sit, lift and or move up to 50
pounds, to climb and or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, to
use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools or controls.
Specific vision abilities required by this position include close
vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth
perception, and the ability to adjust focus.
The incumbent is regularly required to work under pressure and or
to work rapidly to meet deadlines. More than 50% of time is spent
indoors. The noise level is normal to loud within an active YMCA
First Aid, CPR, AED, Certified Pool Operator within 3 months of
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