Executive Director (non-profit)

The Nutritional Research Foundation (NRF) is a non-profit organization designed to support, encourage, and promote clinical research to evaluate the impact of a high nutrient dense diet and related nutritional interventions on chronic diseases such as autoimmune illnesses, diabetes, heart disease and cancer.
We are seeking an Executive Director that has experience leading a non-profit organization, will embrace and exemplify our mission, and help us reach our goals. This individual will be responsible for developing and implementing, with NRF Board approval, long-term and short-term strategic direction and funding. Strong financial management and budgeting skills are required, as is demonstrated experience with fundraising. This individual will also be required to effectively evolve the NRF's visibility through effective communication, marketing campaigns, and public outreach.
To be successful in this role, candidates should possess:
A college degree, master preferred, plus three to five years of experience as a non-profit executive, fundraising director or similar level of responsibility.
Demonstrated success in a broad range of fundraising activities, ideally within a progressive nonprofit environment, and an ability to leverage current and develop new relationships for fundraising opportunities.
Demonstrated ability to write and speak clearly, quickly and persuasively about the NRF, and its programs and accomplishments.
Event and/or conference management experience; and the ability to manage a project from conception to implementation.
This full time position offers a flexible working atmosphere, long-term growth and a competitive starting base salary (depending on experience). We are located in Flemington, NJ and require the Executive Director to be on-site.

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