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Executive Search

The Catalyst Center for Nonprofit Management is able to assist your board in the executive search process.


Executive Director–The Board of Directors of The Open Link (TOL), a nonprofit organization, seeks an experienced, ambitious, and mission-conscious Executive Director who can build upon TOL’s history of a nurturing and vibrant organization.

The Executive Director has responsibility for motivating staff and executing strategies and tactics required to fulfill the organization’s mission.  Working through a talented and seasoned staff and an engaged board of directors, the Executive Director will lead the effort to increase The Open Link’s impact on serving the people of the Upper Perkiomen Valley with focus on: Program Development, Resource Development, Public Relations/Marketing, Human Resources, Technology and Governance as well as the implementation of the Strategic Plan as approved by the Board of Directors in 2018. In keeping with the Strategic Plan, the Executive Director must be committed to fostering, cultivating, and preserving a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion.

A future-focused, innovative leadership mindset will be critical to the growth and success of The Open Link.

Key Responsibilities:
Spearhead revenue generation from diverse funding streams, increasing fundraising revenue, participation, and visibility.

  • Play a key role sustaining and growing support, strategically navigating the inevitable programmatic shifts.
  • Strengthen individual-giving base by training and coaching board members so that they can inform, excite, inspire and involve donors; with the board and resource development staff, continue to build and advance the Development and Communications Committees to reach robust goals.
  • Strengthen The Open Link’s financial position, capacity, and business practices as a foundation for measured, sustainable growth.
  • Maintain a strong fiscal position; develop, present, and manage annual operating budget for board approval. Work with the Finance Committee to monitor results.

Provide vision for expansion and improvement of program services. In conjunction with the program staff,

  • Develop overall strategy for proactively addressing the community’s needs by planning, developing, and implementing current and new services and products.
  • Seek new partners and engage diverse voices to build understanding about the needs of low income and senior residents of the Upper Perkiomen Valley to expand the consumer base and program offerings that are relevant and valuable. Ensure that all consumers are served regardless of race, color, religion, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, national origin, language, disability, age, or veteran status.
  • Enthusiastically promote The Open Link’s mission in the Upper Perkiomen Valley and Montgomery County through outreach activities.
  • Develop and manage working relationships with Upper Perkiomen Valley and county-wide colleague organizations.

Give The Open Link a voice, identity, and the ability to collaborate with and influence other sectors of the region that are committed to addressing and eliminating poverty and ageism as well as helping seniors stay seen, healthy and active as they age.

  • Serve as primary spokesperson representing The Open Link’s mission to the broader community including media, public sector and civic leadership.
  • Build and maintain a network of credible contacts within the community that are relevant to both addressing/eliminating poverty and helping seniors live healthy lives.
  • Strengthen brand recognition to multiple constituencies, clearly articulating the organization’s mission, vision, programs and impact on the community through an enhanced website, increased public events, and acting as chief spokesperson.

Ensure an engaged and productive workforce positioned for growth and open to change. During staff selection, this includes ensuring an ongoing focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion. TOL depends on both professional staff and highly qualified volunteers, including board and committee members to deliver its services. Build and support a culture of gratitude to these stakeholders.

  • Lead a deeply committed staff to participate openly and honestly to improve the program, operations and image of the organization.
  • Set the stage for promoting engagement, recognition, respect and development for each staff member and in turn for the Upper Perkiomen Valley residents they serve.
  • Support the design and implementation of a comprehensive infrastructure plan to strengthen the organization’s capacity for effective program services and enhanced educational programs.

Develop and implement a plan for enhanced and continued board development, composition and participation with an ongoing focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion in collaboration with the Governance Committee. The Executive Director should set high expectations; engaging, supporting and guiding board members, officers, and committee chairs.

Leadership: Energy and the ability to motivate and lead professional staff, board, volunteers, collaborating partners, and diverse constituencies; prominent leadership experience of sustained success in a multi-faceted nonprofit environment.

Community perspective:  Knowledge of the issues, opportunities and challenges facing residents and program participants, especially the underserved populations that TOL serves. Knowledge of the needs in Upper Perkiomen Valley and Montgomery County and the existing services with local ties and connections a plus.

Management: Exhibit a visible, fully committed, management style. Demonstrated commitment to staff development. Determine new and innovative opportunities and approaches to enhance program impact and operational efficiency, both financial and administrative.

Strong and persuasive communication skills, both verbal and written. Clearly, effectively, and with enthusiasm, “makes the case” for eliminating poverty and ageism through a full range of programs and represents the organization to the community at large.

Strong interpersonal skills, with an eagerness to build relationships and a careful eye to marketing and revenue generation, both earned and contributed.

Judgment: Strategic thinking, tact, discretion and experienced-based good judgment; ability to make and influence decisions; eliminate roadblocks; create focus.

Professional education and experience: A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree required. An advanced degree or relevant experience in a related field preferred.

The Open Link is pleased to offer a competitive and comprehensive compensation package. Paid time off, health and dental benefits, 403b program with match, are offered in a flexible work environment. The salary range is $100,000-$115,000, depending on the skills and experience of the candidate.

All offers of employment are subject to and contingent upon, satisfactory completion of reference and background checks as determined by The Open Link.

The Open Link is an equal opportunity employer, committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. The Open Link invites individuals from all backgrounds to apply.

To Apply: Please e-mail resume and cover letter to: and reference TOL in the subject line. No phone calls please.

Executive Director (Part-time) Coalition to Shelter & Support the Homeless (CSSH) is currently seeking an experienced Part-time Executive Director/Development Director. CSSH is a 501(c)(3) charity that operates the Central Bucks Code Blue Shelter in the winter, and support and outreach services to local unsheltered adults year-round. The position is part-time (approximately 25 hours weekly) flexible work from home schedule. We seek a dynamic leader to take this growing organization to the next level. Goals of developing a strong and diversified fundraising program, volunteer development and recruitment, administrative leadership and best practices are key factors to enhance the organization’s consistent achievement of its mission and financial objectives.

Candidate Requirements:

• Bachelor’s degree and 2+ years of nonprofit management experience

• Experience and proficiency in event coordination and promotion and all facets of Nonprofit fundraising

• Strong technical skills including comfort with donation and donor tracking software, communications software (such as Constant Contact).

• Excellent oral, written and interpersonal skills.

• Candidate must reside in Central Bucks County, and be knowledgeable and familiar with local government, nonprofit, and business communities and resources

• Strong work ethic and organizational skills and the ability to work independently and remotely

• Able to work occasional nights and weekends to attend committee meetings and events

• Proficiency in current nonprofit development, fundraising, governance and management best practices

Compensation and Benefits: Salary and benefits will be competitive and commensurate with experience.

Apply for this position: Please send a cover letter and current resume and references to Terry Lang,

Development Consultant  Roxy Therapy Dogs a Doylestown, PA based 501 (c) 3, mission is to “bring comfort to children, to enhance the experience of learning, and to enrich the lives of our canine and human volunteers”.

Their programs take place in settings such as elementary schools, hospitals, high schools, the courthouse, and more. All programs are provided free of charge, by over 100 volunteers, benefitting in excess of 3200 children weekly.

Roxy Therapy Dogs is seeking a project-based Development Consultant (paid position) to:

  1.     conduct hands on identification, door opening and relationship building  with Foundations, corporations  and like-minded individual donors, leading to sustainable revenue streams;
  2.     identify opportunities, develop and execute a plan for major gift giving and bequests;
  3.     create a quarterly tactical roadmap identifying key activities for the Board of Directors/leadership  to support sustainable revenue streams;
  4.     collaborate  with the President and Board of Directors to frame areas of opportunity, agree on intended results, set priorities, arrange a timeline for completion of work and identify criteria for financial success;
  5.     recommend goals for Roxy’s annual development plan;
  6.     prepare and submit grant applications;
  7.     develop and implement tools to track proposals, results and follow up of grants and major gifts.

Additionally, the Consultant will, as needed, recommend database improvements, oversee donor appreciation events, and engage with Marketing and the volunteer Development Committee in support of Development goals.


  • At least 5 year track record of continued success in development and fundraising;
  • Knowledge of Development metrics;
  • Grant writing experience;
  • Excellent organization and communication skills;
  • Enthusiastic self-starter.

To apply, please visit

Family Service Association (FSA): At Family Service, we work collaboratively to provide compassionate services and utilize evidence-based practices to improve outcomes to every client, every time. We believe all individuals are deserving of respect and dignity. We are committed to working with the most vulnerable individuals and families in Bucks County. Be a part of our team of dedicated staff and join us in our mission: To listen, care, and help. Every day.

For full position descriptions and information about applying, visit:  Employment | Family Service (

Volunteer Opportunities

Board of Director Position Opportunities:

Position Posting Form & Sample

Oscar Hammerstein Museum & Theatre Center BoD

Women’s Animal Center Board-Member-Opportunity

ICN Board of Directors

Laurel House Board Member Opportunity

BC Audubon Society Treasurer & Board-Member-Opportunity

GHNPSS Board Member Opportunity

Roxy Therapy Dogs Board Member Opportunity

Garden of Health Board Member Opportunity

Numerous nonprofits have indicated to us that they are in search of Board members with various backgrounds. If you have an interest in joining a Board, please let the Catalyst Center for Nonprofit Management know and we will help to match you up with a nonprofit whose mission you are interested in.