Executive Director



Executive Director

Employment Type:

Full time


Portland, OR

Application Contact:


Job Description:

Bradley Angle seeks a mission-driven leader with a commitment to ending domestic violence and a passion for increasing resources on behalf of survivors. Our next Executive Director will increase community engagement; deepen existing partnerships; develop new alliances; and elevate the organization’s profile within the local community. They will strategically partner with our staff and Board of Directors to steward and grow our long-term sustainability. Our staff and Board will appreciate how their personal commitment to equity and justice intersects with our organizational values, as well as how their approachable leadership will positively contribute to our organizational culture.

The Organization:
Based in Portland, Oregon, Bradley Angle was the area’s first shelter for survivors of domestic violence when it was founded in 1975. Today, we are focused on ensuring that those who disproportionately experience violence are at the center of our services. Because of this focus, we are firmly committed to our culturally specific services: our Healing Roots and Lesbian; Gay, Bisexual; Trans; and Queer (LGBTQ) Programs. Our services are tailored to marginalized people, and our commitment to elevating those people is the heart of our work together. Additional services include the Bonnie Tinker House and Tami Best Emergency Shelter Programs, Youth & Family Support, Housing Assistance, Economic Empowerment, and HIV & Intimate Partner Violence Services.
Our organizational culture is one that is grown from the knowledge of our shared past, and it exemplifies trust, commitment, flexibility, leadership, service, and self-care. Each person in the organization brings their authentic personality, passion, and ideas to lead, care, grow, and serve the community.

Bradley Angle has an annual operating budget of approximately $2.7M and has a talented staff of 30. The ED directly supervises the Deputy Director, the Development Director, and the Fiscal Director.

Strongly Preferred Experience
Minimum five years of management experience in a nonprofit organization. Executive Director level experience strongly preferred
Experiencemanagingbudgetsandoverseeingfinancesinanorganizationorprogramwitha budget of at least $1M (nonprofit experience required) Atrackrecordofdevelopingrevenuesfromdiversesourcesincludinggrantsandmajordonors. o Experience with government contracting and invoicing
Demonstrated experience with working collaboratively to develop relationships with current and potential donors that result in an increase of major and planned gifts
Proven ability to communicate effectively with stakeholders, staff, board, local governments, elected officials, foundations, donors, volunteers, and community partners — including culturally specific organizations

A Successful Candidate Will Embody the Following:
Embed equity and inclusion within programs, practices, and policies
Work cross-culturally and build a diverse staff team
WorkeffectivelywithBradleyAnglestaffandBoard,includingbuildingrelationships,aligning around strategic goals, working with conflict, and fostering a culture of respect, transparency, and accountability
Proven commitment to staff engagement and development

As an equal opportunity employer, Bradley Angle is committed to a diverse, multicultural work environment. Bradley Angle does not discriminate in employment on the basis of age, race, creed, gender, religion, marital status, veteran’s status, national origin, disability, or sexual orientation.
We encourage all qualified candidates to apply. The position is open until filled and review of applications will begin immediately. Please submit a resume and cover letter to nicole@diversityrecruiters.com. Within your cover letter, please respond to the following question:

Queer and transgender people of color disproportionately experience institutional, interpersonal, and intimate partner violence. BA has culturally responsive services to meet the needs of these communities. Many of our staff and participants identify at these intersections. Can you speak to either your lived or professional experience in cultivating a supportive and accessible environment for these survivors?

All other questions regarding this opportunity shall be directed to Nicole Ferrer either by email or phone at 253.951.6408.
Bradley Angle
5432 N. Albina Ave
Portland, OR, United States
Phone: 2539516408
Web: https://bradleyangle.org/

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