POSITION: Executive Director
CLASSIFICATION: Permanent/Full-time, Exempt
SALARY: $90,000 - $100,000 based upon qualifications and experience
BENEFITS: Medical, Long-Term Disability and Life Insurance paid by employer; vision and dental available at a nominal monthly fee via employee payroll deductions. Paid sick leave and vacation leave; 18 Paid holidays annually, 403b Retirement Plan, and Flexible Spending Account.
LOCATION: North Texas
Application due: by Friday May 27, 2022
Executive Director, Disability Achievement Center
POSITION MISSION STATEMENT:
The Executive Director must be a dedicated, compassionate, and energetic professional willing to work with diverse persons with disabilities. This position will require the Executive Director to actively engage, encourage, and empower our consumers to lead fuller and more productive lives while maintaining professional boundaries. Support the organization and its employees as they guide consumers towards achieving their goals to achieve sustained independence and inclusion.
Executive Director, Summit Independent Living (CIL)
Posted February 3, 2022
Our CIL, located at the confluence of five river valleys in beautiful Missoula, Montana, is at an exciting point in its evolution. We are seeking a visionary Executive Director (ED) to lead as we rebrand and increase our public visibility; raise funds for a state-of the-art accessible headquarters/community center; and vitalize our mission to meet 21st century challenges.
Location: Missoula, Montana
Benefits: Medical health insurance, Long-Term Disability and Life Insurance paid by employer; vision and dental supplemental insurance at nominal costs paid by employee payroll deductions. Paid sick leave and vacation leave; 13 Paid holidays annually, 403b Retirement Plan, and Flexible Spending Account.
Classification: Full-time (1.00 FTE), Exempt
Compensation: $75,000 - $85,000 based upon qualifications and experience
Summit’s mission is to advance the independence and civil rights of people with disabilities. We have been leading the way in Independent Living (IL) in Montana since 1986, when efforts to deinstitutionalize disabled people seeking freedom in community began in earnest. We were active in supporting Justin Dart’s gathering of testimony to help pass the ADA and our advocacy efforts have continued to span local, state, and national levels with marked success. We are vocal in shaping the physical landscape for transportation and recreation in our service area and in driving legislation and policies that meet the most pressing needs of people with disabilities.