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Non Profit Director

Esprit-Partnership for Independence, Inc.
Job Title: Non Profit Director
Job Type:
Executive Director
Job Search Ends:
July 1st, 2022
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Esprit-Partnership for Independence, Inc. is a non-profit organization serving adults with learning and developmental disabilities on Cape Cod since 2007. We provide community support services within the individual’s home to promote and maintain independence to the maximum degree possible. We also offer a community-based social program providing an opportunity for recreation, social connections and building of friendships.



The Director will oversee the support services and social programming from the Centerville office and will perform all administration functions for the organization. He/she will initially carry a small caseload of clients and oversee support provided by other casework staff. He/she will oversee the operation of the social program, being in regular direct communication with the Club Coordinator. The Director will communicate with members of the Board of Directors and prepare materials for quarterly Board meetings.

Classification: Full-time exempt position.

Hours: 40 hrs/week with some early evening and weekend work.

Location: Esprit office, clients’ residences, and community sites. Flexibility for remote work as needed.

Reports to: Board of Directors.

Compensation: Salary range $60,000-$70,000, commensurate with experience.

Benefits: Vacation time and paid holidays. Health insurance stipend available.




  • Master's Degree preferred in related field, OR
  • Bachelor's degree in related field with additional related specialized training

Administrative, Program Operation and Direct Care Experience:

  • Minimum of 5 years of management and supervisory experience within human service organization(s), including hiring of staff members.
  • Minimum of 5 years of Casework experience with adults with disabilities.
  • Experience working with MA Department of Developmental Disabilities for individuals funded by DDS.
  • Recruitment of private and publicly funded clients.
  • Social, recreational and musical programming for disabled adults.
  • Employment of persons with disabilities.
  • Office operations and administration.
  • Organizational budget development and oversight.
  • Fundraising and marketing activities.

Desirable Additional Experience:

  • Grant writing experience.
  • Content creation of newsletters, advertising and marketing materials.
  • Business development for products/services by adults with disabilities.

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