Bleeding Disorders Association of Northeastern New York
(BDANENY) - Troy, NY
The Executive Director is the Chief Administrative Officer for the Bleeding Disorders Association of Northeastern New York (BDANENY) and as such, is responsible for the management and supervision of all operations in accordance with the intent of the Board of Directors, and consistent with the organization's By-Laws and state regulations
The BDANENY Executive Director will lead the organization, with roles and responsibilities including:
- Policy generalist
- Public face of the organization
- Member retention, recruitment and coordination
- Administration, including of contracts, budget, member listings, etc.
BDANENY is an organization that provides services and referrals to members of the community (and their families) and encourages them to advocate for their own health care. Furthermore, the organization provides programs that will improve the quality of life for persons afflicted with genetic bleeding disorders and their associated complications. BDANENY currently serves 22 counties of New York State. The territory extends from Ulster and Duchess counties east to the Green Mountains, west to Oneida County and north to the American/Canadian border. The Association is comprised of dedicated volunteers including patients, family members of patients, and health care professionals.
The Association endeavors to meet the diverse needs of a geographically dispersed community through a variety of programs, including:
- Education, Outreach & Support
- Legislative Advocacy
- Recreational Community Activities
Scope of Work/Responsibilities
To help make meaningful contributions to BDANENY, the Executive Director will be expected to commit to undertake the following tasks:
- Fundraising, by growing membership and external support
- Policy Coordination
- If the budget allows, the ED will manage office staff and consultant experts on an as needed basis
- Coordinate with other groups, e.g. NHF, HFA etc.
- Member retention and recruiting
- Funding via grants and other equitable institutions
- Improve and maintain website
- Member relations
- Event planning, public presentations, field press inquiries
- Assist the Board with Board meeting planning and other organizational management
Successful candidate will be local to the Capital District Albany, Schenectady, Troy.
- Bachelor’s Degree in relevant human service field with five years of progressively responsible experience.
- Experience in personnel supervision, budgeting, fiscal management, and fundraising.
- Possesses strong verbal and written communication skills.
- Knowledge of the health care delivery system.
- Knowledge of hemophilia, other inherited bleeding disorders, and/or willingness to learn.
- Understanding of and willingness to maintain client confidentiality
- Willingness to work flexible hours with some travel
- Ability to relate to diverse racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic groups.
Interested applicants please submit a resume, and a cover letter explaining your interest in the role and qualifications.
· Bachelor's Degree
· Personnel Supervision: 1 year (Preferred)
· Fiscal Management: 1 year (Preferred)
· Contracts: 1 year (Preferred)
· Legislation: 1 year (Preferred)
· Administrative: 1 year (Preferred)
Salary: $40,000.00 to $50,000.00 /year
Full-time Contract position