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Executive Director

Triangle Club Inc

The Triangle Club is at the epicenter of a major crisis in our community. People are dying from substance misuse. Our mission for the past 35 years has been to provide a welcoming and safe environment to promote the spiritual, physical and mental health of people in recovery from addiction to alcohol, heroin, and other substances. The Triangle Club, in the little red building on Broadway, is the beacon of hope for some 90,000 meeting makers each year and was the first in the State of N.H. to hold Heroin Anonymous meetings. We serve the suffering addict--one person at a time, one family at a time, with dignity and respect. For many this place is “home”, where lives are transformed.  We are looking for a leader to take us to the next stage of growth so that we can strengthen our reach in meeting this crisis and turn the tide on substance misuse.

The Executive Director (ED) of this nonprofit is the management leader and has overall operational responsibility for The Triangle Club’s small staff, programs, and execution of its mission. Other key duties include fundraising, marketing, and community outreach. She or he will develop deep knowledge of core programs, operations, and business plan. She or he leads the Triangle Club to a successful transition from a volunteer-run organization, to an organization that operates in the model a traditional nonprofit, with paid staff and a governing Board of Directors.


This ED role is a full-time position that may have benefits. A part-time position of 32 hours could be approved for with the right candidate. This Development and Administrative role requires a broad palette of expertise, ranging from external leadership skills, community outreach, a solid understanding of 12-Step programing. 

Position Qualifications:

  • Must be a self-motivated, independent worker with 2 years of experience as the Executive Director of a nonprofit.
  • A 4-year degree preferred; equivalent life experience considered.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Business Operations:  Ensure consistent, quality programs, finance and administration, fundraising, communications, and systems; recommend timelines and resources needed to achieve the strategic goals.  Manage and execute all office systems and procedures including staff management, accounting and financial tracking (with the help of a bookkeeper), processes for program oversight (rents, schedule, locker assignment, trouble-shooting).  Formalize and maintain a list of procedures and contacts for facility maintenance and systems operations (security, HVAC, information technology, plowing and shoveling, including all contractors and providers. Review and approve contracts for services, collaborating with designated Board members on significant activities and expenditures.
  • Financial:  Responsible for the fiscal integrity of The Triangle Club. Ensure operating costs are within budget; report and discuss with Board anticipated and actual variances. Submit monthly financial statements to the Board which accurately reflect the financial condition. Prepare the initial draft, and work with the Board to develop, annual budgets that are consistent with the mission and strategic plan.
  • Development and Networking:  Meet with donors, partners and peers.  Establish and maintain relationships with other nonprofit executive directors and other professional partners who will help you.  Launch and maintain a social media interface(s). Oversee marketing and other communications efforts to increase visibility of The Triangle Club in our community.
  • Development and Fundraising:  Build and execute a development plan to include growing a community of stakeholders to support the club. This effort will be shared with the Board Chair. Maintain templates for processes and schedules for donor solicitation and appreciation. Lead fundraising events.  Maintain documentation of steps and procedures, and formulate plans for new fundraising opportunities.  Map public relations/community awareness opportunities. Maintain the donor database using “Little Green Light Software”.
  • Grants:  Identify grant opportunities, prepare winning grant applications, ensure grant compliance, and provide impact reports to granters.
  • Programming:  Add new meetings, speakers, expand family support, look for new opportunities like job training or employer education around hiring recovering addicts, using our upstairs room as a conference center.
  • Volunteers:  Identify and document the existing volunteer network, both internal and external to the organization. Grow the volunteer network sufficiently to handle all club sponsored activities—holiday potlucks and barbeques, children’s Easter and Christmas parties.  Engage and foster volunteers, Board members, and staff. Work with Board Chair to acquire interns from UNH and AmeriCorps.
  • Governance:  Communicate effectively with the Board and provide timely and accurate information necessary for the Board to function properly and to make informed decisions. Work with the Board of Directors to develop a 3-year strategic plan.
How to Apply:

If interested in applying for this position, please send resume with salary requirements to:

Triangle Club
PO Box 592
Dover, NH 03821

Or send email to:

*An Equal Opportunity Employer

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Date Added: September 6, 2019

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