CORPORATE CHAPLAINS OF AMERICA
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
CCA’s mission is to “build caring relationships with the hope of gaining permission to share the life-changing Good News of Jesus Christ in a non-threatening manner.” As global economies rise and fall, one need remains the same – the need of souls to
find lasting hope. At CCA, we believe that Jesus Christ is the answer to our greatest need. While we respect the faith boundaries of employees and adhere to the standards and expectations for a permission-based, secular workplace ministry, when directly asked
about their theological underpinnings, our chaplains are trained to respond from a Biblical Christian worldview.
Corporate Chaplains of America’s purpose is to bring care and compassion to the workplace to support employees facing difficult issues in a meaningful way. Their “boots on the ground” approach enables them to become a trusted friend and confidant developing
relationships to provide support in a non-threatening manner. Working closely with business owners and following a structured business plan, CCA Chaplains provide their services to support employees with the greatest of convenience to business owners and
with maximum impact for the employee.
The search for the new Chief Executive Officer comes from the decision of the founder and current CEO to assume the role of Chairman of the Board in order to devote his time and efforts to other activities. Reporting to the Board of Directors (the “Board”),
the incoming CEO will have responsibility for and authority to direct the work of CCA in order to achieve the growth and impact targets as established by the Board.
The new CEO will have a passion for and commitment to CCA’s mission and possess the highest integrity both professionally and personally. H/She will provide leadership to the Board, staff, clients, and other key stakeholders to insure the best practices
are followed in all areas including strategy/program development, organizational leadership, and resource development/fundraising. H/She will lead the effort to secure CCA’s leadership position in workplace chaplaincy services through strengthening programs,
relationships, and identifying new resource development (funding) sources.
More specifically, s/he will:
- Provide leadership to develop programs and initiatives to secure and support CCA’s leadership role in workplace chaplaincy.
- Establish resource development goals with the Board and develop strong and diversified fundraising strategies, while cultivating meaningful relationships with current and potential constituencies.
- Promote awareness of CCA’s image and work by ensuring an understanding of their programs and services in the workplace, with its current constituency, and the general public.
- Ensure staff is appropriate and effectively trained, possessing the knowledge, skills, and the ability to achieve the goals and objectives of CCA.
- Work closely with and report regularly to the Board to insure that programs and efforts are undertaken to promote the health of CCA’s mission and purpose.
- Plan, implement, and execute strategies and policies consistent with, and to further support, CCA’s mission and objectives.
- Successfully lead and manage a highly focused staff of professionals who view the workplace as a mission field and CCA as God’s Agent to serve it.
QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS
The new CEO will have a discernable track record in an executive leadership role and, ideally, will have directed organizations with distributed professional staff. The CEO will have an entreprenurial focus with measurable success in leading strategically
and operationally, defining and implementing programs and initiatives in the achievement of organizational goals and objectives to include:
- Possess the passion, commitment, and spiritual qualities to promote and protect CCA’s mission, vision, and Christian ethos.
- Agree with and adhere to CCA’s Mission Statement and the “What We Believe” Statement.
- Ability to articulate and carry out the tenets of The Great Commission.
- Proven track record in organizational and financial management of organizations with substantial budgets ($10 million-$50 million) and a distributed workforce.
- Possess the ability to cast and establish a strategic vision and successfully implement it over the appropriate timeframe to achieve stated growth objectives.
- Strong leadership skills in team and consensus building, utilizing persuasion, problem solving/empowerment, delegation, and training skills with staff and colleagues.
- Successfully managed a highly focused staff of professionals who view the workplace as a mission field and CCA as God’s Agent to serve it.
- Be an active member in a Bible believing church and have participated in evangelical outreach initiatives.
- Demonstrated success in leading the development and implementation of comprehensive resource development programs to promote sustained revenue growth.
- Undergraduate degree required, Masters and/or Bible College or Seminary training desirable.
- Possesses excellent communication skills both verbal and written.
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or contact Ron Infinger, Senior Consulting Associate,