Employment

Current Staff Openings

Chief Program Officer

Job Summary
Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the Chief Program Officer (CPO) is responsible for leading and managing a dynamic team and comprehensive array of programs, projects, and partnerships using the most up-to-date community development program design, strategic thinking, a coaching style of leadership, and daily direct support to all program directors. The CPO will implement and manage all grant writing efforts in partnership with lead staff, and work with the CEO on program visibility with major donors.

The CPO will be responsible for all program planning, operations, and staffing. S/he is responsible for developing the program’s annual budgets with the Finance Director and CEO, and working with the CEO on overall program and organizational strategy and direction. With a commitment to data and outcomes measurement, the CPO will continuously assess and review program processes and results, ensuring that they are consistent with Rural Action’s overall theory of change, and consistent with the needs and interests of Rural Action’s membership base. S/he will also be responsible for working with the CEO and Social Enterprise Coordinator on new business development. The CPO will communicate frequently with the CEO on all program issues and accomplishments.

View the full position description here. For full consideration, send a cover letter and resume outlining your experience as it relates to this job description and providing your salary expectations for the position by February 12th, 2019. Send materials to hr@ruralaction.org subject heading: Chief Program Officer. The position will remain open until a suitable candidate is hired.

Zero Waste Program Director

Job Summary
The position requires combined skills of project management and community organizing to identify assets and opportunities in Southeast Ohio for job creation through waste reduction, recycling, composting and reuse. The position requires excellent people skills and a belief that communities have assets that can be developed to create jobs, strengthen communities, and improve the environment. Must have the ability to focus on and lead a strategy, to listen and synthesize diverse opinions, to identify opportunities at all levels of community, to read research and understand data and information on this topic, and to work within a team to achieve agreed upon goals.

View the full position description here. For full consideration, send a cover letter and resume outlining your experience as it relates to this job description and providing your salary expectations for the position by February 12th, 2019. Send materials to hr@ruralaction.org subject heading: Zero Waste Program Director. The position will remain open until a suitable candidate is hired.

 


Other Ways to be Involved

Interested in the Ohio Stream Restore Corps? See more information here

Rural Action also has a vibrant volunteer and internship program for those wishing to be involved with our work on a more limited basis. If you are interested in volunteering contact info@ruralaction.org

For more information about employment  contact: Deb Moreland, Human Resources Manager at deb@ruralaction.org or call 740-797-2783.