Institute for Immigrant Concerns
IIC is looking for an experienced and dedicated individual to serve as the Executive Director.
1. Responsible for the enhancement of IIC’s image by being active and visible in the community and by working closely with other professional, civic and private organizations
2. Develop resources to ensure the financial health of IIC
3. Work closely with the Board of Directors to seek their involvement in policy decisions, fundraising and to increase the overall visibility of IIC
4. Responsible for strategic planning to ensure that IIC can successfully fulfill its mission into the future
5. Oversee and implements appropriate resources to ensure that the operations of IIC are appropriate
- A Master Degree or a Bachelor's Degree
- Previously worked in TESOL or Education
- Two or more years in nonprofit management
- Strong financial management skills, including budget preparation, analysis and decision making
- Active fundraising experience. Excellent donor relation skills and understanding of the funding community
- Previous success in establishing relationships with individuals and organizations, including funding
- Sensitive to the immigrant/refugees community and familiar with cross-cultural environment
- High level strategic thinking and planning
The mission of the Institute for Immigrant Concerns is to equip adult immigrants and refugees of all nationalities with English as a Second Language (ESOL) skills, job readiness, and referrals for social services, empowering them to succeed in their quest for social and economic independence.
For additional information, you can visit the IIC website at http://instituteforimmigrantconcerns.org/, or access our Linkedin, Facebook (Institute for Immigrant Concerns)or Instagram (iicnyc) page
About Institute for Immigrant Concerns
122 W 27th St, Floor 10, New York, NY 10001, US
The mission of the Institute for Immigrant Concerns is providing adult immigrants and refugees of all nationalities with English language skills, as well employment preparation and placement, so that they can gain social and economic independence. In addition we provide pro bono psychological services to refugees and those who most need it. The Institute is a citywide program, attracting students who reside in every borough of New York City.
Since its inception in 1997, the Institute has provided services to more than 8,000 immigrants, refugees, and asylees from 110 countries. Annually, we serve over 500 immigrants in New York, 25% of whom are refugees and asylees. The Institute offers English classes on three instructional levels, as well as conversation, pronunciation, and computer classes. We are currently co-located with a local worker's education non-profit.