Postpartum Support Charleston is hiring a part-time executive director to lead the Charleston area nonprofit in helping mothers with maternal mental illness access resources and support while also educating the public and medical community about maternal mental health.
This position is currently part-time (20 hours per week on a flexible schedule) with the possibility it will grow into a full-time position with a consolidated physical office location.
Job duties include:
Fundraising and development, including securing sponsors for the annual Moms’ Run, corporate sponsorships and additional public giving campaigns.
Developing grant-based funding as a new source of revenue for the organization, including identification, application coordination and securing grant funds.
Outreach to community organizations, medical practices and hospitals, including public speaking.
Working with the board of directors to implement programs and initiatives.
Day-to-day management of the nonprofit organization.
Coordinating support groups and support groups leaders.
Marketing/PR of the organization.
Administering the organization’s grant program.
Full P&L responsibility for the organization.
Oversee and direct activities of staff.
Candidate should have a passion for maternal mental health and furthering the mission of Postpartum Support Charleston. Excellent organizational and communications skills are a must. Candidate should be skilled at time management and able to work independently. Candidate also should be comfortable learning technology, managing the organization's database and financials.
Please send cover letter and resume to Holly Fisher at firstname.lastname@example.org by noon on Monday, July 24, 2017.
Postpartum Support Charleston, a largely volunteer-run organization dedicated to eradicating the stigma surrounding maternal mental illness (such as depression, anxiety, OCD and psychosis during and after pregnancy) to ensure all women who suffer receive support. The organization offers free peer-to-peer support groups, educational programs for the public and the medical community as well as providing grants to women who are not able to afford treatment for PPD or related illnesses.