Executive Director (Full Time) @ Hepatitis Education Project (Seattle-based)
Program: Hepatitis Education Project (HEP)
Annual salary: $125,000 – $140,000
Hours: 40 hours maximum per week
The Hepatitis Education Project (HEP) is committed to improving the health of underserved communities disproportionately impacted by viral hepatitis. By providing support, education, advocacy, health, and social services for people affected by hepatitis and by raising awareness among patients, medical providers, and the public, HEP strives to realize its vision of a world where everybody has access to affordable, high-quality care to support all their health needs. Founded in 1993 by medical professionals and individuals living with hepatitis, HEP has grown from a small group of volunteers to a staff of 19 and expanded its services and tools in response to both changing needs and by partnering with the renowned advocacy group, NVHR. HEP also manages the National Hepatitis Corrections Network (NHCN), a network of partners with a public health approach to hepatitis education, prevention, testing, and treatment in prisons and jails. Now, in their 30th year and at a period of reflection and evolution, HEP seeks a new Executive Director (ED) to usher in the next era of this storied and accomplished organization. Click here to learn more about HEP’s staff and programs.
Reporting to a Board of Directors and in partnership with a staff of 19, the ED will lead the evolution of HEP as the organization reviews its impact to date and plans for the future in the fields of viral hepatitis and drug user health both locally and nationally. While no two days will look alike, the incoming ED should expect to lead or participate in the following key areas:
- Serve as an external spokesperson to strengthen HEP’s partnerships for greater service delivery, advocacy, and revenue creation, including the expansion of HEP’s individual and major giving programs
- Foster a culture of equity, collaboration, innovation, and continual improvement throughout the organization, including direct supervision of 5 staff members
- Collaborate with the Board of Directors, staff, and external partners to identify, create, and implement a new strategic plan to actualize HEP’s mission of improving health of underserved communities disproportionately impacted by viral hepatitis.
- Oversee the creation and monitoring of HEP’s ~$3M budget with a keen eye towards cost reduction and positive cash flow
- Further develop and expand HEP’s board to more fully represent the evolving space of harm reduction, advocacy, and the communities served. View job flyer here.
Qualified candidates will bring demonstrated success and experience in the following areas:
- Executive or senior leadership experience, preferably in community-based public health and human services, or another applicable field, including supervisory experience of at least 3 individuals
- A deep commitment to justice, equity, and inclusion and a history of applying this lens in every facet of an organization
- The ability to effectively manage people and teams from a strengths-focused mindset, providing real-time coaching and investing in the ongoing development of staff
- A commitment to evidence-based decision making and continual improvement
- A strong business acumen, sound fiscal management, and experience raising funds through government grants and contracts, individual donors, and traditional philanthropy
- Acumen for board engagement and development, especially during periods of growth
- A bachelor’s degree is required, preference for an advanced degree or equivalent personal or professional experience
To apply interested candidates should send cover letter and resume as a single WORD or PDF document addressed to: Maria Corcorran at here.
You may direct questions to Chris Cannon at email@example.com – 206.899.7289.
Last Updated on July 24, 2023 by HepFree NYC