Chief Executive Officer (Ceo) Job summary 1
The Chief Executive Officer (Ceo) is responsible for the overall operation of the company with the objective of providing value-added financial services to member/owners on a profitable, competitive and financially sound basis. The Ceo will develop supervisory controls and present reports to the board and provide executive leadership and direction to the operating units consistent with safe and sound business practices.
Chief Executive Officer (Ceo) Duties & Responsibilities 1
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With the board, collaboratively establish business direction that supports association strategy, operating and budget plans, strategies and action plans
In collaboration with the Senior Leadership Team, manage all aspects of the credit function, assuring sound credit philosophy and policy & procedure.
Manage the financial results of the organization, assuring a robust business plan that delivers the greatest shareholder value, in coordination with our cooperative principles.
Provide advice and counsel to the board and is directly accountable for executing the board’s policy direction.
Continue to build on the strong cultural foundation and actively manage the cultural health and development needed for future success of the association.
Provide overall leadership and direction to the association's marketing and business development, customer service, lending, financial and accounting and internal control operations.
Engaging communication, ensuring that association values and objectives are effectively communicated to all stakeholders (all levels of employees, customers, the board, Farm Credit Administration, funding bank and communities, etc.).
Facilitate management development and succession, proactively making necessary adjustments to maintain effective and efficient operation.
Determine the overall organizational structure, credit delivery systems and staffing, ensuring the association hires, develops and motivates a highly competent and professional staff.
With full direct lender authorities and accountabilities, proactively manage the association's controls and financial and operating results (i.e., capital requirements, asset quality requirements, management and staff effectiveness, earnings requirements and liquidity requirements).
Direct the development and implementation of necessary local operating policies, procedures and programs and management systems, controls and standards to effectively carry out the association's objectives.
Ensure the adequacy and soundness of the association's financial structure, including risk management, competitiveness of its products and services and responsiveness to its customers' needs.
Other duties as required.
Chief Executive Officer (Ceo) Requirements & Skills 1
Chief Executive Officer (Ceo) Job summary 2
The Chief Executive Officer reports to the Board of Directors and is ultimately responsible for managing all aspects of the organization.
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Lead Board and staff in developing a new strategic plan with clearly defined priorities, goals, funding expectations, and measures of success. Especially important will be to determine how best to identify opportunities for growth and scale, and to emphasize areas that have the greatest mission aligned impact. Once the plan is in place, the Ceo will be expected to galvanize and coalesce staff, Board, and other stakeholders in ensuring its successful implementation.
Serve as an inspiring, accessible, and supportive staff leader, promoting an organizational culture that attracts, retains, and motivates a diverse, highly talented team. Reinforce rigor, quality, clarity, and transparency of communication and decision-making. Promote constructive and collegial collaboration among departments.
Ensure the organization’s fiscal sustainability and continue its record of disciplined, lean financial management. Following upon strategic planning, assess its structure, operations, policies, staffing, business model, and funding requirements and make adjustments as appropriate. Strengthen and creatively leverage the use of technology in all aspects of the organization’s work. Ensure exceptional stewardship and hold to very high standards to ensure the integrity of the organization’s operations on behalf of its public trust.
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Chief Executive Officer (Ceo) Job summary 3
The Chief Executive Officer is responsible for ensuring the company is mission driven, fiscally accountable and for efficient and quality delivery of services. The Chief Executive Officer is the liaison between the Board of Directors and staff and between the Board of Directors and outside entities.
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Perform key responsibilities as detailed in this job description in a dependable, responsible, and positive manner, consistent with all state and federal guidelines.
Serve as a role model by exemplifying professional behavior, language, skills, and attire in order to promptly and accurately serve the needs of stakeholders, members and their families.
Offer suggestions and develop solutions to help promote effective and efficient work processes and innovative programs.
Actively participate in required meetings and complete all mandatory training's.
Assist in assuring both internal and external program integrity by being alert to and reporting suspected instances of provider and employee fraud, waste or abuse.
Build and maintain a strong functional team through effective recruiting, training, performance management, coaching, team building and succession planning.
Develop and implement annual strategic plan, including measurable goals and objectives, time frames and staffing plans.
Chief Executive Officer (Ceo) Requirements & Skills 3
Education: Master’s degree
Relevant Work Experience: Minimum of 5 years of executive level experience
Thorough understanding of managed care principles, including delivery system organization, financial issues, program development, utilization management, network management, quality improvement, and consumer/community roles and responsibilities
Superior management skills, including strategic organizational development, motivational capabilities, negotiation, communication and interpersonal skills
Chief Executive Officer (Ceo) Job summary 4
We are seeking to fill the position of Ceo. This role is responsible for providing strategic leadership by working with the Board of Directors and key management staff to establish long-range strategies, operational policies, and maintain a strong financial foundation for Company.
The Ceo represents the organization and its values to the community, including building strong relationships with key stakeholders and leaders. The Ceo must demonstrate an active commitment to the mission of the company and strive to incorporate its values in all aspects of daily work. This position reports to the Board of Directors.
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Chief Executive Officer (Ceo) Requirements & Skills 4
Bachelor’s Degree in business or related field.
At least 10 years post-educational management experience in business or related field.
Demonstrated commitment to cultural inclusion and community collaboration.
Proven leadership skills including the ability to drive change, inspire high performance.
Previous experience as an Executive Director
Strong written and verbal communications skills
Experience in marketing, public relations, and fundraising experience with the ability to engage a wide range of stakeholders and cultures
Action-oriented, entrepreneurial, adaptable, and innovative approach to business planning
Passion, idealism, integrity, positive attitude, mission-driven, and self-directed
Ability to gain the trust and respect of highly talented leadership staff to form a unified team
Ability to maximize services with limited resources along with effective budget planning
Chief Executive Officer (Ceo) Job summary 5
The Chief Executive Officer (Ceo) will be a strategic leader who will contribute to the overall success of the organization by effectively managing all functions for the organization. This individual is responsible for strategizing, developing, planning, and implementing funding structures and funding streams to support organizational growth. The Ceo is expected to develop long-range strategies and to problem solve complex issues that often cross functional areas, while providing the guidance and expertise to effect needed changes in a way that optimizes resource utilization and minimizes risk.
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Chief Executive Officer (Ceo) Job summary 6
Under the direction of the Board of Directors, the Ceo is responsible for providing strategic leadership, overall vision, and oversight to the cooperative’s business operations according to the company’s governing documents, its employees, equipment, and facilities. Has overall responsibility to ensure the financial health, well being, image and profitable growth of the division consistent with policies and practices adopted by the board.
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Leads the management team in developing, formulating and administering the cooperative’s strategic plans, including strategies, policies and tactics required to reach short-and long-term objectives.
Responsible for building talent, by establishing programs and support systems for the recruitment, hiring, training, evaluation, retention, and succession planning for all employees of the company.
Manages business operations with an emphasis on implementing initiatives to increase profits through performance and future-focused productivity improvements. Develops internal reporting and metrics to measure and calibrate the company’s performance against goals and objectives.
Responsible for assessing the company’s marketing strengths and weaknesses and developing programs which will improve marketing performance.
Develops and administers annual operating budgets and effectively communicates to the board of directors. Secures necessary approval for fixed asset purchases and leases, contractual obligations, and other matters or transactions requiring board authority.
Develops, reviews, and assesses the long and short-term financial needs of the company. Responsible for establishing and maintaining appropriate financial reporting and internal control mechanisms.
Responsible for the procurement and maintenance of and accounting for all working capital, merchandise, and equipment of the company.
Responsible for compliance with all company policies and regulatory agencies. Responsible for the prompt reporting of policy violations and irregularities to the board of directors.
Responsible for timely and accurate reporting of all financial, operational, personnel, and marketing issues and activities to the board of directors.
Oversees the implementation of training and education programs for all employees.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Chief Executive Officer (Ceo) Requirements & Skills 6
Normally requires a college degree, advanced degree, and/or equivalent experience in a leadership and management capacity.
Understanding and experience with management-related areas including management strategic thinking, leadership and decision-making; financial performance; organizational analysis and structure, managing change, motivation, policies and procedures, and compliance along with strategic planning, budgeting, and communications.
Proven management and leadership skills including staffing, orientation, coaching, performance evaluations, training, and development, etc. and the ability to achieve results through others.
Proven professional management communication, interpersonal, persuasion, and presentation skills.
Proven organization and planning skills including imparting vision, strategic thinking and planning, and being results oriented.
Demonstrated problem-solving skills including problem analysis, evaluation, and implementation of solutions.
Proven computer skills and the ability to use the computer to enhance business processes.
Chief Executive Officer (Ceo) Job summary 7
We are seeking a Chief Executive Officer to lead our organization. The Ceo is appointed by and responsible to the Board and leads the development and attainment of the organization’s strategic goals.
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Chief Executive Officer (Ceo) Job summary 8
Our Chief Executive Officer (Ceo) will lead the growth, progress and vision of the company. The Ceo will be responsible for the company’s consistent achievement, financial objectives and strategic plan goals. The Ceo will set and advance the vision of the organization, mobilize the Board of Directors, inspire and lead the staff team, monitor and strengthen the organization’s financial health.
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Chief Executive Officer (Ceo) Requirements & Skills 8
A minimum of 7-10 years of management experience.
Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration or closely related field. Master’s Degree preferred.
Demonstrated commitment to advancing equity and inclusion at all levels.
Strategic thinker with an entrepreneurial spirit, capable of moving a small organization to new levels.
Strong verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills, strong facilitation skills and strong conflict resolution skills.
Excellent diplomatic skills and documented success in developing positive working relationships with a wide variety of stakeholders, including political and community leaders, policy-makers and funders.
Ability to leverage technology and analyze data to make sound business decisions.
Strong political acumen and negotiation skills, including ability to determine when and how to engage partners and stakeholders.
Creative problem solver, open to change, flexible and capable of adapting to changing priorities.
Comfort in managing various tasks simultaneously, ranging from the strategic to the administrative, with proven ability to synthesize, prioritize and act.
Demonstrated experience cultivating and working with a high functioning Board.
Ability to lead and manage others, including experience in directing the development of performance-based evaluation activities.
Commitment to building positive work culture and promoting colleagues’ growth and development.
Experience in fiscal oversight, including budgeting and analysis of financial reports.
Strong attention to detail, excellent organizational skills and an ability to work well under pressure.
High ethical standards and values.
Competent technology skills, including experience with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, etc).
Pass a criminal background check.