Vice President, Organizational Capacity Building
Under the immediate supervision of the Chief Executive Officer, the Vice President for Organizational Capacity Building is responsible for developing, planning, implementing, and directing training and technical assistance to strengthen the organizational capacity of the Community Action network including the nation’s 1,000+ local Community Action Agencies (CAAs), State and Regional Community Action Associations, and other Community Action Network partners. The position includes planning and directing the national Human Capacity and Community Transformation (HCCT) Center of Excellence focused on building local agency capacity and deploying community-level and agency strategies that alleviate the causes and conditions of poverty. In addition, the position leads the Partnership’s Baldrige-based Standards of Excellence program; provides direct, expert training and technical assistance to CAAs, Associations, and partners both in person and via video conferencing; oversees special project staff and activities; and advises the CEO and Partnership on Community Service Block Grant (CSBG) policy, regulation, and industry trends. The Vice President is a key member of the Partnership’s Executive Leadership Team and engages in regular overnight travel across the US. The salary range for this position is $85,000-$100,000 depending on experience. Benefits include vacation/sick/personal time, health insurance, and retirement plan matching program. The position is located in the Partnership’s Washington, DC office; however, a remote option may be considered at the Partnership’s discretion.
The nation’s Community Action Agencies are a robust, state and local force – reaching children and families in 99% of America’s counties with life-changing services, from early childhood education to job training to services for seniors. The Community Action Partnership is the national hub that links the nation’s 1,000+ Community Action Agencies to each another – and to leaders looking for solutions that connect Americans to greater opportunity