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Post date: November 29, 2021
Chief Executive Officer - NSMHA

Chief Executive Officer
Chelsea, MA

North Suffolk strives to help people achieve independence and fullness of life by providing a wide array of community-based, person-centered treatment, recovery, and rehabilitation opportunities; by intervening as early as possible; by promoting prevention, education, and hope; and by participating in training and research.

North Suffolk Mental Health Association (North Suffolk), one of the most prominent non-profit behavioral health systems in Greater Boston, seeks a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) who will bring deep commitment to high-quality, community-responsive care. North Suffolk’s CEO will be an effective external advocate and a skilled organizational leader who will fuel the agency’s ability to flourish programmatically, operationally, and financially and steward it in proactively responding to an evolving behavioral health landscape.

Founded in 1959 to serve the communities of East Boston, Chelsea, Winthrop, and Revere, North Suffolk has steadily expanded and diversified its scope to include a nearly unmatched array of interconnected behavioral health services that reflect best practices and that have evolved to meet ever-changing community needs. Programs serve children, youth, adults, and families who require mental health support, are facing addiction, and who have intellectual and developmental differences via a comprehensive, cross-functional network of crisis, outpatient, community- and home-based, and residential services. North Suffolk prioritizes continuous quality improvement; cultural and linguistic competence; and respect for the dignity, rights, and uniqueness of each individual served.

Today, North Suffolk’s nearly 1,000 staff impact the lives of more than 10,000 people every year. The agency is led by an executive team of six, including the CEO, and is governed by an eight-member board of directors. North Suffolk’s FY22 budget is $63.2 million, approximately 67 percent of which is derived from government contracts and 33 percent from insurance and other sources. Programs and services are organized into seven divisions and administered across the agency’s nearly 50 sites, in private homes, in schools, and in the community.

North Suffolk’s next CEO, working closely with board and executive staff, will provide strategic vision and leadership to an organization of considerable consequence. The CEO will reinforce the strength and quality of the agency’s portfolio of services, innovating and expanding where necessary, and will anticipate and prepare for changes in the policy and clinical environments in which the agency operates. They will secure North Suffolk’s financial health through the diversification of its revenue streams; shape an administrative infrastructure that most effectively supports the agency’s scale; and devise creative methods to attract and retain dedicated and competent direct service staff. In addition, the CEO will ensure organizational commitment to addressing social determinants of health, including racism, xenophobia, and poverty, and that staff at all levels more accurately reflect the racial, ethnic, cultural, and linguistic diversity of the communities they serve. The CEO will build on North Suffolk’s existing relationships with key partners and funders, be active in community and professional organizations, and be a key figure in conversations about the future of behavioral health in Massachusetts.

The next CEO will bring leadership experience in an organization similar to North Suffolk in its complexity, programs and services, and funding model. They will be a seasoned strategist and program developer, familiar with the intricacies of specific initiatives and the broad strokes of what it takes to be a successful human services CEO today. They will be an experienced leader and developer of staff with measurable evidence of furthering diversity, equity, inclusion, and anti-racism and culturally competent care. As the primary ambassador for North Suffolk, the CEO will have a track record in government and policy relations and authentic community partnerships. Essential attributes include integrity; transparency; accountability; diplomacy; creativity; and a commitment to promoting the health, welfare, and dignity of all individuals.

North Suffolk Mental Health Association has retained Isaacson, Miller, a national executive search firm, to assist in this search. All inquiries, nominations, and applications (including resumes and letters of interest responding to the opportunities and challenges outlined above) should be directed in strict confidence to:

Phillip Petree and Tatiana Oberkoetter

North Suffolk is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.

Post date: November 9, 2021
Executive Director - Community Systems, Inc.

Executive Director
Plymouth, MA

Join the Team that feels like Family……

Executive Director- Community Systems, Inc.  Massachussets

Community Systems, Inc. is searching for a culture focused leader to join our Team as the Executive Director of our Massachussets operations.  CSI supports persons with disabilities in Southeastern Massachussets with a strong concentration in Plymouth and Cape Cod.

The Executive Director is responsible to lead the organization in the implementation of the mission and all aspects of operations by assuring the accomplishment of CSI’s mission and vision, and values with the accountability of CSI to its diverse constituents.

The Executive Director reports to and receives direct supervision from the Chief Operating Officer (COO) and is responsible for strategic leadership of all aspects of the operations.

All actions of the Executive Director are predicated by the CSI Mission…. Helping persons with disabilities to find happiness in their own homes, in their personal relationships and as contributing members of their community.  The new Executive Director will be a highly energetic team player committed to influencing change and guiding CSI to be a leader in the field of intellectual disabilities. 

CSI MA supports more than 180 people, employs close to 300 people and has an operating budget of close to $20 million.

CSI is a member of The Community Systems, Inc. group which provides supports to more than 600 individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Massachusetts, Delaware, Connecticut and Virginia.  CSI as a group, employs more than 1200 staff and has an operating budget of over $80 million. For more information on our organization visit our website at:   

CSI MA supports more than 180 people, employs close to 300 people and has an operating budget just over $20 million.


The Executive Director will have at least a Master’s Degree (or RN or equivalent, or a Bachelor’s Degree with at least seven years of experience in a senior management position) in a relevant field and several years’ experience in the management of Human Services, including the direct support and/or treatment of persons with intellectual disabilities.

Our next Executive Director will demonstrate critical competencies in four broad categories:

Commitment to results: The Executive Director is a systems thinker who is mission and systems focused and goal driven. S/he anticipates and solves problems and takes advantage of opportunities, is a self-starter and team player.

Leading change: The Executive Director possesses the skills and implements the functions of a leader. S/he shares and promotes CSI’s values, mission and vision.

Motivating: The Executive Director manages continuity, change and transition in all operations of the organization.

Business savvy: As SI’s leader, this position requires an individual with knowledge of and experience in management and administration. The position requires demonstrated experience in integrating and coordinating diverse areas of management.

Knowledge in the following areas is required:

  • Best practices in supporting individuals with intellectual disabilities, human services, finance and human resources; oral and written communications; program planning and evaluation;
  • A demonstrated ability to build and support leaders and teams,  to promote a positive work environment and oversee the talent and human resources of the organization.
  • A high level of personal skills is required to make formal, persuasive presentations to groups and to deal effectively with people from all segments of the community.
  • The individual must be comfortable with diversity and respectful of a wide range of faiths, beliefs and experiences.

The CSI MA office is located in Plymouth, MA.  The Executive Director will be expected to travel for leadership retreats, Board meetings, Executive Directors meeting and more.  On call responsibility is required. Please see the attached job description.

CSI is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer who encourages diversity in the workplace.

Interested Candidates should submit your letter of interest and resume to:

Guri Davis, COO, at: [email protected]                                                              

Post date: November 3, 2021
Community Services Director - EON, Inc.

Community Services Director
New Ulm, MN

The Community Services Director (CSD) is responsible for directing, leading and managing the operations of a comprehensive array of services and programs within assigned business unit. The CSD will oversee and supervise assigned business areas and review services being offered on an ongoing basis to ensure high quality. The CSD will develop new programs and services to grow the organization.

The Community Services Director is a full-time salaried exempt position reporting to the Operations Director. The directors schedule must be flexible to accommodate various facility, personnel, and organizational needs. Usual hours are 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. EON, Inc is an employee-owned organization, become an employee owner today! This position is eligible for our full compensation/benefits package and employee stock ownership.

Job responsibilities included but are not limited to:

  • Responsible for the quality of program services provided and implementation of company core focus and values. 
  • Provide leadership in mediation/facilitation of creative problem solving in response to issues and concerns of clients, parent/guardian, case manager and community services. 
  • Maintain ultimate responsibility for the direction, management and supervision of all assigned personnel. 
  • Maintain ultimate responsibility for the development and implementation of comprehensive training program of personnel. 
  • Maintain empowerment, innovation, and learning within the company. 
  • Responsible for the overall financial management of assigned business areas and services. 
  • Support and provide leadership in the ongoing development of a mission and values driven culture.
  • Promote organization and develop new services/business opportunities to grow the organization.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Bachelor’s degree in Health, and Human/Social Services field. Three to five years of progressive management and supervisory experience in Home and Community Based Services or Health Care industry. Experience in, and working knowledge of, applicable rules and regulations governing Home and Community Based Services, Intermediate Care Facilities, and the health care industry preferred.

Must be able to meet the qualification of a Designated Manager which includes any of the following:

  • Bachelor of Science degree in a field related to human services and one year of full-time experience
  • Associates Degree or Diploma in a field related to human services from an accredited post-secondary institution and 2 years (4,160 hours) of full-time experience.
  • Four years (8,320 hours) of experience under the supervision of a staff person who meets the previous listed qualifications.

 AND three years of supervisory level experience in a program providing direct support services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 and older.

Must also be able to meet the following qualifications:

  • Ability to safely operate and drive a motor vehicle with a Valid driver’s license and meet qualifiers to be insured by EON, Inc.’s vehicle insurance provider.
  • Safe and Operational vehicle to commute and travel for business purposes.
  • Ability to pass a Minnesota Dept. of Human Services Background Study. To include ability to provide direct care without restrictions.
  • Complete all orientation and training needs as written in policy.
  • Meet the physical requirements as outlined in this position description.
  • Possess good oral and written communication skills.
  • Able to read and write in English.
  • Basic computer knowledge and skills using Microsoft Office to include Excel, Word, and Outlook.

Apply on our website at:

Please contact Alison Cihak, HR Generalist, for more information at 507-233-3096 or [email protected].

Post date: October 22, 2021
Events Coordinator - ANCOR

Events Coordinator
Alexandria, VA / Washington, DC

ANCOR is the nation’s leading voice in Washington for providers of community-based intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) services. Our growing community is composed of more than 1,800 private I/DD provider agencies, state provider associations and community partners, together employing a workforce of more than a half million dedicated professionals supporting more than 1 million people with I/DD in the US.

ANCOR is seeking a full-time Events Coordinator to help manage and facilitate its digital, in-person and hybrid educational offerings. People with disabilities, people of color, immigrants and members of the LGBTQ community are encouraged to apply because we believe diverse perspectives enhance our work.

The Events Coordinator will work with both internal and external subject-matter experts to develop and manage educational experiences—including webinars, online courses, face-to-face conferences and more—that inform ANCOR’s audiences of critical policy issues and their implications and strengthen the ability of community-based providers to provide high-quality supports to people with I/DD. The Events Coordinator will work very closely with colleagues across the association and report to the Chief Operations Officer.

ANCOR’s staff is small but mighty and most are based in our primary office in Old Town Alexandria, VA. We offer a flexible work environment, including opportunities to work from home. However, this position will require the ability to be on-location for ANCOR’s annual Policy Summit and Hill Day, which takes place each fall in Washington, DC, as well as for its Annual Conference, which is held in cities across the country each spring (the 2022 Annual Conference is scheduled to take place in Miami, FL, April 11-13).

As Events Coordinator, you will spend your days:

  • Working with ANCOR’s staff, member volunteers and peer organizations to develop and manage conference programming, webinars, and interactive and online programming.
  • Identifying and securing dynamic speakers, panelists and keynoters for ANCOR’s conferences, summits and webinars.
  • Scheduling, coordinating and staffing webinars and other virtual educational and informative presentations throughout the year.
  • Contributing to the development and management of ANCOR’s education budget.
  • Overseeing all programmatic aspects of the Annual Conference.
  • Collaborating with all members of ANCOR’s staff to ensure educational offerings are furthering ANCOR’s public policy and strategic goals, including member recruitment, retention and engagement.
  • Developing status reports on conference, summit and webinar programs to leadership.
  • Researching industry trends and innovations to consistently improve the overall quality of events.
  • Assisting the ANCOR Foundation Director with the Foundation’s Leadership Academy, a two-year educational and mentoring program designed to prepare future leaders and executives of community provider organizations.
  • Carrying out other duties as assigned. 

We’re excited to talk with you about this opportunity if you:

  • Have the equivalent of 3-4 years of experience in the areas of event planning and/or project management. This experience may be derived from the attainment of a degree in a related field, accrual of professional work experience, time spent volunteering and/or a variety of other activities.
  • Can demonstrate the ability to take a program from conceptualization through successful implementation.
  • Possess a strong customer service orientation and have the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with and motivate volunteers, vendors, peers and management.
  • Are proficient with all Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook) and are open to embracing and learning new technology.
  • Can demonstrate excellent project management, interpersonal and communication skills, as well as acute attention to detail.
  • Exhibit a dedicated commitment to improving the lives of marginalized people including people with disabilities, low- and moderate-income people, people of color, and/or other traditionally underrepresented groups.
  • Can work well under pressure, facilitate solutions, and meet timelines and milestones for projects.
  • Can demonstrate your ability to prioritize and operationalize a multitude of projects, with tasks ranging from day-to-day administrative duties to high-level implementation of directional objectives.

The anticipated salary range for this position is $50,000-65,000/year. Additionally, ANCOR is proud to offer an excellent benefits package, including comprehensive health coverage, comprehensive vision and dental coverage, retirement contributions, several weeks of paid vacation and holiday leave, paid time off for volunteering, paid parental leave, a flexible work schedule and more.

ANCOR is also proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

To be considered for this opportunity, write an email with a few bullet points about why you’re excited about the position, attach your résumé, put “Events Coordinator” in the subject line and send it to Gabrielle Sedor, Chief Operations Officer and Foundation Director, at [email protected].

For best consideration, apply by November 19, 2021.

Post date: October 18, 2021
Chief Executive Officer - Quality Trust for Individuals with Disabilities

Chief Executive Officer
Washington, D.C.

Quality Trust for Individuals with Disabilities (Quality Trust) seeks an exceptional Chief Executive Officer (CEO) with a personal passion and professional commitment to serving people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The CEO will be a devoted advocate on behalf of people with disabilities and their families. S/he will be innovative, compassionate, a stellar communicator, and operate with high moral integrity.

Quality Trust is a multi-dimensional organization providing support and assistance to children and adults in the District of Columbia and beyond. The organization has a staff of 21 and an annual budget of $2.7M. The CEO has 4 direct reports who are charged with ensuring Quality Trust’s success with its core activities as well as developing new, high-quality programs to address emerging needs. Compensation will be in the mid-$100s. See QT’s website at

The new CEO must be a visionary leader who manages both the day-to-day operations and sets the targets for Quality Trust’s organizational and social change. The CEO must also be committed to creating and achieving goals which impact the organization’s programs and services. S/he must be able to identify and adhere to Quality Trust’s values, mission, vision and goals; provide management and administration for all the organization’s programs; work with the Board on matters of governance; ensure sound financial management and legal compliance; and act as a liaison between the organization and its stakeholders and surrounding community.

The CEO will be the public voice of Quality Trust and build upon the organization’s reputation as a trusted leader in the disabilities field. S/he will advocate passionately for the rights and needs of people with disabilities; keep abreast of policies that impact people with disabilities; foster an organizational culture that is innovative and forward-thinking while still being compassionate and communicative; work with the senior leadership team to advance Quality Trust’s strategic priorities while ensuring that the agency adapts swiftly and effectively to changes in the external landscape; seek opportunities for growth while strengthening Quality Trust’s business model; provide strategic management and fiscal leadership that supports current advocacy efforts, increases revenue, and ensures continued financial health; foster and maintain excellent working relationships with staff, the Board of Directors, partners, and stakeholders, including governmental entities; and be able to assess existing partnerships and cultivate and grow relationships with key external stakeholders.

Ideal candidates will demonstrate an ability to quickly integrate into the community and serve as an engaged, inspiring, innovative, and visionary leader. Candidates will bring a variety of experiences and attributes to Quality Trust, including: 10 years’ senior management experience in this or a similar field. The CEO candidate must have a strong foundation in service systems and supports for people with disabilities along with the knowledge of the state and federal policies that impact Quality Trust’s work. Fundraising is an important aspect of this position, as is knowledge of government grants, contracts, foundations, major donors, and corporate support. The CEO must possess a collaborative and inclusive leadership style and that ability to motivate and encourage staff. Bachelor’s required, Master’s preferred.

See the full position profile, including all responsibilities and requirements at .  To apply, please submit a resume with a cover letter that details your interest in the position as well as your fit with the position’s requirements to [email protected].  Send confidential inquiries to Ginna Goodenow-Schirf at [email protected]. Resume reviews begin immediately. For best consideration, apply by November 26th, 2021. Early applications are encouraged due to the pace of the search.

QT is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, age, pregnancy, disability, work-related injury, covered veterans’ status, political ideology, genetic information, marital status, family responsibilities, or any other factors prohibited by law.