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Executive Director

Crisis Center of Central NH

The Crisis Center of Central New Hampshire has been serving Merrimack County since 1978. As a nonprofit, we provide services to victim/survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, elder abuse, stalking, and child abuse. The mission of the Crisis Center is to work towards the end of domestic and sexual violence in Merrimack County. We do this through empowerment, advocacy, education and community collaboration.

Services are available to everyone, regardless of age, gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, income or physical abilities. Advocates can be reached 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide free and confidential services.

Position Summary:

The Crisis Center of Central NH (CCCNH) is seeking an experienced, dynamic and passionate leader to take our expanding organization into the future. The Center is supported by a dedicated Board of Trustees and donors and is soon to open a Justice Center

The ideal candidate will demonstrate the capacity to team with the Board of Directors to ensure the sound fiscal, programmatic and operational management of CCCNH.

The Executive Directors oversees the development and implementation of domestic violence, sexual assault, shelter, prevention and outreach programs and provides comprehensive administrative oversight for the organization throughout our service area in Merrimack County.

The Executive Director carries out the policies set by the Board of Directors and all duties related to development, recruitment, training and supervision of the agency’s personnel.

Salary range: Commensurable with Experience, Reports to The Board of Directors 


Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in social work or related field. Master’s Degree preferred. Five years of supervisory experience in a social service or non-­‐profit agency. 30-­Hours of training in accordance with NH RSA 173. Valid NH Driver's License and background check. 


The Executive Director responsibilities 

  • Working with the Board Finance Committee on the development of the annual operating budget and monitor performance through grant management and reporting.
  • Provide information as needed for the completion of financial audit and tax preparation
  • Ensure that the organization is in compliance with all state and federal regulations and reporting rules for all grant funded programs
  • Provide leadership in all aspects of fundraising including campaigns, marketing, communications, prospect research, and donor stewardship.
  • Promote the philosophy, mission and values of CCCNH internally, as well as to the public, potential clients, and collaborating service providers.
  • Maintain effective and ongoing communication with the Board of Directors, including assisting with board development and training, attendance at board meetings, reporting to the board, and serving as liaison between staff and board.
  • Recruit, hire, and provide orientation/training for qualified staff t
  • Oversee all aspects of facilities management
  • Serve as a principal spokesperson for CCCNH
  • Participate in community activities and education, in addition to events sponsored by domestic violence / social service agencies, and serve as a resource for referral sources.
How to Apply:

Please submit cover letter, references and resumes to by June 15, 2019

Salary Range:

Commensurable with Experience

Job Location:


Date Added: May 21, 2019

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