Donaldina Cameron House Seeks- Executive Director

Donaldina Cameron House in San Francisco, CA

Title: Executive Director

Purpose:  The ED will oversee all aspects of Cameron House’s operations, with direct responsibilities in leadership & management, fundraising, communications, and community.  The ED must have demonstrated excellence in organizational management with the ability to mentor staff,manage and develop high-performance teams, set and achieve strategic objectives, and manage a budget.

Donaldina Cameron House is a non-profit organization founded in 1874, located in San Francisco’s Chinatown, and related to the Presbyterian Church (USA). Our mission is to empower generations of Chinese-American individuals and their families to fully participate in and contribute positively toward a healthy society. We put our Christian faith into action to help people learn, heal, and thrive.

We believe that God calls us to be an empowering presence in the community. We provide a safe place, are a trusted friend and advocate, meet people where they are, and walk with them as they fulfill their lives. We are a resource for people to explore faith and spirituality, and we believe and share Christian principles. The Executive Director (ED) at Cameron House will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for staff, programs, and growth. The ED reports to, and works collaboratively with, the Cameron House Board of Directors (Board) to achieve the agency’s mission.

Cameron House offers a vast array of social services and youth ministry programs that serve a wide range of people, spanning children to seniors. We have a passionate and dedicated team of staff, Board, and volunteers.

Please visit our webpage (www.cameronhouse.org) for more information on the agency.

To apply for the position and/or with any questions, please submit your resume and cover letter
to edapplicant@cameronhouse.org.

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