Do you get excited about removing barriers to success for people with disabilities? INARF’s 74 member organizations serve more than 50,000 individuals across Indiana on a day to day basis with job opportunities, housing, training and development, community access, and other support services. Membership includes both nonprofit and for-profit disability services organizations ranging in size from small/local to large/multi-state operations. Disability services are serious business and INARF member organizations work together to deliver more effective services; advocate for policies and funding; recruit, train and develop staff, and identify business contracts that lead to employment opportunities.
The CEO promotes the mission of INARF by providing direct leadership to staff, board, and association members to meet the defined strategic, operational, financial, and public policy goals of the organization. The CEO must provide leadership to influence and negotiate with a variety of internal and external stakeholders to positively impact the environment in which the members can meet their financial and service needs, primarily through public policy efforts. INARF has a staff team of 13 and annual budget of $2 mil.
Ideal candidates will bring familiarity with disability services, government funding (fee for service, competitive bidding and performance-based contracting), collaborations, mergers, social enterprise, and P & L responsibility.