The NC NAACP seeks a dynamic, energetic, well organized individual with strong leadership skills to serve as Executive Director of the North Carolina State Conference. The Executive Director position reports directly to the State Conference and its President in fulfilling the organization's Mission, Vision, and Annual Goals.
Essential functions of the position include, but are not limited to,
1. Program Management and Delivery,
2. Administrative Management and Branch Development Support,
3. Staff hiring, management, training with the advice of the State Personnel Committee.
With the State President's consent, the ED advocates at the local, state and federal level for health, education, housing, criminal justice, voting rights and public policy issues that affect the advancement of people of color. The ED oversees and supports program initiatives, assuring that the objectives are aligned with the State Conference's overall strategic plan.
The ED provides oversight and direction to any staff involved in Program Management and Delivery; ensures management and leadership of the State Conference in a manner consistent with the policies and mission of the constitutions of the state and national NAACP constitutions. The ED provides administrative management for volunteers and staff who are tasked with fundraising, marketing, communications, and fiscal responsibilities.
In addition to other duties as assigned, the ED serves as primary staff person for the President, Executive Committee, Finance Committee and other standing Committees.
Education and Experience:
At least a Master's Degree is required, or a combination of a Bachelor's Degree with concomitant experience of at least five years in administrating and managing a large organization in the Human Rights field. Salary negotiable to the extent allowed by budgetary constraints.
How to apply:
Please submit your resume, cover letter, and 3 references to Avie Lester, NC NAACP Personnel Committee Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org by April 6, 2017.
NC NAACP is proud to be an equal employment opportunity employer. All interested individuals, including people of color, women, persons who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender, persons with disabilities, and Spanish speakers are particularly urged to apply.
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Join us on March 21st 2017 for the Forward Together Moral Advocacy and People's Legislative Day at the NC General Assembly, 16 West Jones St. Raleigh, NC!
Dear North Carolina NAACP members:
We hope that you are gearing up to attend the 2017 Winter Session for mandatory training, which will be held on April 1, 2017 from 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. at the John D. Fuller, Sr. Recreational/Athletic Complex, 6627 Old Bunce Road, Fayetteville, NC. The Humanitarian Banquet, following the training at 7 p.m., will be held at the Embassy Suites at the 4760 Lake Valley Drive, Fayetteville NC. The honoree will be announced at a later date.
Participation by ALL officers of the NC NAACP local units in training is mandatory. It is imperative that all NAACP local leaders---elected and appointed---are properly trained in the policies, procedures and practices of the NAACP (the nation’s oldest civil rights organization) and are informed and properly equipped as “justice fighters and game changers” of the 21st Century civil rights and social justice movement. Enclosed is the Registration Form to be returned by March 15, 2017. Our youth are key to the strength and sustainability of our organization and every civil rights movement. Please make sure that your Youth Council is prepared to be in attendance for the entire day.
Winter Session mandatory training is a requirement for all branch officers and executive committee members to attend. This year in particular your attendance is critical for our strategy of Moral Resistance. The NAACP Board of Directors recently announced a resolution calling for an international economic boycott of the state of North Carolina in response to actions of an all-white legislative caucus, which unconstitutionally designed racially-discriminatory gerrymandered districts, enacted a monster voter suppression law, passed Senate Bill 4 stripping the incoming Governor of power and passed House Bill 2. HB 2 is anti-LGBTQ, anti-worker and anti-access to the state court for employment discrimination.
May God continue to guide, protect and sustain you in your work. We are looking forward to seeing you at the training on April 1.
Yours in the spirit of justice and peace,
Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II
President, North Carolina NAACP
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NAACP NATIONAL PRESIDENT CORNELL WILLIAM BROOKS AND NC STATE PRESIDENT AND NATIONAL BOARD MEMBER REV. DR. WILLIAM BARBER TO ANNOUNCE BOYCOTT AT FRIDAY PRESS CONFERENCE AT NC STATEHOUS
The NAACP Board of Directors announced a resolution calling for an international economic boycott of the state of North Carolina in response to actions of an all-white legislative caucus, which unconstitutionally designed racially-discriminatory gerrymandered districts, enacted a monster voter suppression law, passed Senate Bill 4 stripping the incoming Governor of power and passed House Bill 2. HB 2 is anti-transgender, anti-worker and anti-access to the state court for employment discrimination.
Congressional Visits to Hold Our Elected Officials Accountable
Monday, February 27, 2017
4:00 p.m at Congressional Offices Across the State
On Monday, February 27th, the North Carolina NAACP and Forward Together Moral Movement will continue our Moral Resistance campaign to hold our elected officials accountable at the state and federal level in 2017 with visits to the offices of our two Senators and thirteen members of Congress
At each location, we will hold news conferences at 4:00 p.m. and serve a letter of demands and request a public Town Hall before the end of March. Our elected officials are constitutionally obligated to govern for the good of the whole and must be accountable to the people