This is an outstanding opportunity for a collaborative, visionary leader to build on the successes of IAFN’s last 10 years. IAFN is looking for someone who understands and is passionate about IAFN's mission to support forensic nurses as they care for those who are victims of violence. This is a chance to make a significant impact, both nationally and internationally, on this nursing specialty that is the intersection of healthcare and the legal system, and deals with violence as a significant public health issue.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) who reports to the Board of Directors (Board), is responsible for the administration of IAFN and the IAFN Foundation, a $3 million organization with 3,000 members and a staff of 13, in accordance with the strategic plan, budget, policies and programs approved by the Board. The CEO is a non-voting member of the Board and has three direct reports
An advanced degree required, preferably in healthcare or business. At least five years of senior management experience; association management experience a plus. Experience in the field of caring for victims of violence; nursing experience a plus. Experience working for a similar size organization. Experience winning and overseeing federal grants for provision of service. Awareness and understanding of global issues as they impact victims of violence. Ability to work in a virtual environment; experience in utilizing the ROW model (Results Oriented Workplace) a plus. Ability to work with a diverse membership and a diverse group of professional partners. Experience with a member driven organization with affiliates. Experience with certification programs, professional journal and a foundation a plus. Fundraising experience a plus. Experience and knowledge of working with a nonprofit board of directors.