Olympic College is dedicated to the enrichment of our diverse communities through quality education and support to assist students to achieve their educational goals. Olympic College is a public two-year community college that educates more than 11,000 students a year. Founded in 1946, the college has three campuses in Bremerton, Poulsbo, and Shelton and serves a population of 280,000 residents living in Kitsap and Mason Counties. The Olympic College Foundation supports these efforts by providing resources for the College and its students to ensure that students excel and turn their educational dreams into reality! The College is located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, on the Olympic Peninsula in Bremerton Washington.
As a college senior administrator, the Executive Director will oversee day-to-day operations of Olympic College's Institutionally Related Not For Profit Foundation; spearheading fundraising efforts; building and maintaining long term relationships with donors, alumni, and other potential supporters; overseeing financial management of operational and support budgets and a $15 million Permanent Endowment; ensuring regulatory and policy compliance; supervising and directing the efforts of staff; and collaborating with the Olympic College (OC) Foundation Board of Directors and Olympic College President to ensure the execution of foundation programs provide meaningful support for the students and programs of Olympic College.
Masters Degree from an accredited college or university in a related area, (such as Non-Profit Management, MBA, JD).
Minimum 5 years direct experience in a senior management role in non-profit fundraising organization; including responsibility for the management of organizational assets in excess of $10 million dollars, and experience working with a volunteer governance board.
Olympic College is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Educator
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About Olympic College
Olympic College is a public two-year community college accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities that educates more than 11,000 students a year. The College is committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce and encourages applications from women, people of color, individuals with disabilities and veterans. Olympic College is located on the scenic Kitsap Peninsula across the Puget Sound from the city of Seattle. Kitsap is surrounded by 236 miles of saltwater shoreline and centrally located between the Olympic and Cascade Mountain ranges, affording spectacular views of mountains and water from every vantage point.
Olympic College has joined Achieving the Dream (ATD), a comprehensive reform movement of more than 220 community colleges, each committed to helping students achieve their college and career goals. These colleges have a laser focus on equity, closing achievement gaps, and increasing graduation rates with an emphasis on low-income students, first-generation students and students of color, groups that have been traditionally underserved at all colleges.