- Position Type
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The California League of Conservation Voters (CLCV) and the California League of Conservation Voters Education Fund (CLCV ED Fund) seeks a bold, high-energy, forward-thinking Executive Director for these nonprofit organizations headquartered in Oakland, CA and Los Angeles, CA. CLCV is the largest state league of environmental voters and is the watchdog organization, holding California legislators and officials accountable, for ensuring environmental causes and conservation are at the top of the state’s agenda.
The next Executive Director of these 501 (c) 4 and associated 501 (c) 3 organizations will have experience as a CEO/ED or senior executive having worked in a similar size organization or will have experience managing similar teams or projects in the for profit or nonprofit sectors. With an executive presence, this executive will have the ability to develop relationships with politicians, legislators and conservation constituencies. The Executive Director will have a passion for environmental and conservation values and a vision for Green California. With expertise in fundraising, this executive will have the ability to achieve annual revenue goals. Possessing the values of inclusion and with a focus on diversity, the Executive Director will implement and advance programs and strategies that reflect the communities served by CLCV and align with the organizational values of diversity and inclusion. Balancing the external and internal priorities, the Executive Director will possess strong internal management and staff development skills as well.
CLCV’s mission is to protect and enhance the environment and the health of all California communities by electing environmental champions, advancing critical priorities, and holding policymakers accountable. The associated CLCV ED Fund protects California’s natural resources and improves the health of our communities.
The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors through the Board Chairs and ensures achievement of the CLCV strategic plan. CLCV has a budget of $2.7 million and a staff of 12 and has a rich history of environmental leadership in California. The successful candidate will preserve what is best about the association, implementing strategies to ensure good partnerships and accountability. The Executive Director will be goal oriented, demonstrating both independence and a passionate, competitive drive toward environmental justice.
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