The Victor Valley Community Services Council was organized in 1956 to meet the needs of the growing Victor Valley and High Desert Communities. At the same time the emerging needs included emergency welfare services for residents, relief services for transients, family counseling, health services, house numbering to provide an accurate response capability for emergencies, and the coordination of recreational activities. The Council established a thrift shop, Family Counseling Services, Christmas Baskets in continuation with The Salvation Army, and Senior Citizen's Club.
The Executive Director ensures the day-to-day function of the organization. To fulfill this duty, the Executive Director must oversee organizational finances, employees, fundraising, business operations and analyze and optimize all parts of your system.
Leads staff, from the hiring and firing of employees to creating a strong company culture, payroll and HR duties, knowledge of laws and employee rights.
Manages finances, including budgeting and approval account spending
Coordinates with the board of directors to report on performance and advocate for the organization
Oversees daily operations of the business
Develops fundraising for the nonprofit
Represents the nonprofit to the public
Analyzes and optimizes business strategy
- Responsible for planning, organization, and direction of the organization’s operations and programs.
- Develops and implements consistent cost accounting policies, procedures, and operational reporting/metrics.
- Oversees and reports on the organization’s results for board of directors.
- Analyses performance trends for grantor reporting.
- Provides leadership to and manages the efforts staff to ensure appropriate support of all departments.
- Supervises the development of operations-based financial modeling.
- Retains a diverse, highly qualified staff and volunteers by providing career coaching, growth, and personal development for workers.
- Ensures that services and funding relationships meet or exceed goals and objectives.
Able to work with government entities regarding funding, regulations, federal CFRs, compliance documents.
Maintain corporation non-profit status with Attorney General, Secretary of State, and other authoritative 501c3 filings including SAM.gov, EDD, Franchise Tax Board, Board of Equalization, Dept. of Justice, State of CA, and IRS.