Chief Executive Officer
Company: Chicago Yachad
Location: New York
Posted on: April 9, 2021
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the New York NCSY region
serves as the lead professional in the largest and most prominent
NCSY region. He/She is the region's visionary who is responsible
for: setting strategy and direction, modeling and setting the
region's culture, building and leading the region's senior
executive team, and allocating capital to pursue the region and
organization's priorities. The New York Jewish community is the
largest in the entire country and as such the New York region must
be dynamic and transformative. The New York CEO is the most senior
of regional management in the organization and the programs of the
region must reflect the incredible uniqueness of the New York
Jewish community. As such, the CEO will have a senior management
team that is dynamic, experienced, and accomplished. The CEO will
work closely with International NCSY's senior management team and
is involved in the strategic vision and leadership of the
organization. Setting and Communicating Strategy and Direction
- Develop, articulate and promote a vision for the region in
partnership with key stakeholders including teens, parents, Youth
Commission members, professional staff, Jewish community leaders,
and the NCSY International Office.
- Significantly grow the stakeholder group in a way that best
positions the organization for future growth in alignment with the
- Develop a list of major goals that will be used to
operationalize vision in the current year.
- Empower the region's senior executive team to hire and oversee
staff, manage, set program goals, and develop a comprehensive
program calendar Modeling and Setting the Culture
- Provide a nurturing work environment in which all staff,
volunteers, teens, and lay leadership feel valued, appreciated, and
acknowledged for their contributions to the team.
- Provide meaningful staff meetings and ongoing staff
supervision, including annual goal setting and benchmarking, and
regular performance appraisals.
- Provide honest, compassionate, constructive and fair feedback
to staff on a regular basis.
- Provide opportunities for continuing professional training and
development. Building and Leading the Region's Senior Executive
- Recruit and hire a senior executive team (SET) to implement the
- Empower the SET to hire, fire, and lead the rest of the
- Resolve differences between SET members and keep them working
together in a common direction.
- Set direction by communicating the strategy and vision of where
the company is going. Allocate Capital to Pursue Priorities (Lay
Leadership, Fiscal Management, Community Development)
- Develop a regional and community lay leadership board (regional
Youth Commission), recruiting new members, cultivation of current
members, and the creation of meaningful involvement opportunities
for all lay volunteers.
- Serve as the lead representative of NCSY throughout the Region
and promote awareness of programmatic opportunities targeting
Jewish youth throughout the Orthodox and wider Jewish
- Oversee the fiscal operation of NCSY through budget planning
and management processes.
- In close coordination with International NCSY and the Regional
Youth Commission, set resource development goals and implement a
strategic approach to financial resource development to enhance the
Region's operations. The experience level and education required
for this position are:
- Significant background and experience in:
- Vision & goal setting, strategic thinking & implementation,
organizational management, staff management
- Fundraising & development, board development, community
relations, public relations & marketing
- Fiscal management
- Education, programming, spiritual growth
- A significant Jewish educational background is required
- Bachelors Degree required. Advanced Degree and/or Smicha
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