The Executive Director Search Committee is pleased to announce the release of the opportunity statement for its next Executive Director. The Executive Director is the key management leader of ATLIS and is responsible for developing and articulating a clear, strategic vision and plan for the organization. The ATLIS Board seeks a visionary leader of high integrity and character who can shepherd ATLIS through its next stage of growth.
The Executive Director is the key management leader of ATLIS and is responsible for developing and articulating a clear, strategic vision and plan for the organization. The position reportsdirectly to the Board of Directors. The duties and responsibilities include: ORGANIZATION MISSION AND STRATEGY. Work with the Board and staff to ensure the missionis fulfilled through strategic planning, programs, and outreach. • Serve as a thought-leader in the independent school world, including writing articles for publications; presenting at regional, national, and international conferences; and partnering with organizations that further the mission of the organization. • Elevate ATLIS to be an internationally recognized independent school member-focusedassociation. • Identify and implement programs that target future readiness in technology and education. STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS AND MEMBERSHIP EXPANSION.
Build membership growth and retention through organizational initiatives and strategic partnerships. • Represent ATLIS at national and regional independent school conferences as a keynote speaker, presenter, and/or vendor. • Initiate and maintain national and international alliances and partnerships with associations, organizations, and companies that align with the ATLIS mission to support and advocate for the role of technology leaders in independent schools. BOARD GOVERNANCE. Work with the Board to fulfill the mission of the organization. • Communicate effectively with the Board and provide, in a timely and accurate manner, all information necessary for the Board to make informed decisions. • Partner with Board leadership on matters of strategic planning, financial oversight, Board composition, meeting management, and committee staffing. OPERATIONS AND MANAGEMENT. Oversee and implement resources to ensure the operations of the organization are appropriate. • Provide direction to the ATLIS staff, volunteers, and contractors with a keen eye toward mission, budget, member services, professional development, marketing, publications, communications, and optimal use of staff time and talent. • Ensure effective day-to-day operations of the organization including communications, financial transactions, membership services, programs, and legal responsibilities. • Identify, cultivate, and solicit financial sponsorship for ATLIS endeavors from corporations, foundations, and other non-profits. • Promote the fiscal integrity and management of the organization and cultivate alternative sources of revenue for continued fiscal growth.