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Project Management Volunteers - Puget Sound Branch is seeking a new Executive Director

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ORGANIZATION: Project Management Volunteers

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Job Title: Executive Director (volunteer position)

Organization: Puget Sound Project Management Volunteers (PSPMV)

Location: Puget Sound Region, WA, USA


Puget Sound Project Management Volunteers (PSPMV) is dedicated to supporting 501 c ( 3) non-profits and charities in the Puget Sound region by offering pro bono project management services and affordable workshops. Established three years ago, PSPMV was founded as a branch of PMV to enhance the operational efficiency and effectiveness of charitable organizations. PMV, based in Vancouver, Canada, provides on-going support as required .


As the Executive Director of PSPMV, you will be responsible for providing strategic leadership, managing operations, and driving the organization towards achieving its mission.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Strategic Planning: Develop and implement long-term strategies to expand PSPMV's impact and reach within the Puget Sound community.

  • Program Management: Oversee the delivery of pro bono project management services and workshops, ensuring they meet the needs of non-profit partners and volunteers.

  • Stakeholder Engagement: Cultivate and maintain relationships with non-profit and social profit organizations, volunteers, donors, and other stakeholders to foster collaboration and support for PSPMV's initiatives.

  • Financial Management: Manage the organization's budget, fundraising efforts, and financial sustainability, including grant applications and donor cultivation.

  • Team Leadership: Provide direction and support to PSPMV's volunteers , fostering a culture of teamwork, innovation, and accountability.

  • Networking and Collaboration: Establish connections with board members at PMV, leveraging resources to further PSPMV's mission and objectives .

  • Advocacy and Awareness: Represent PSPMV in the community, advocating for the importance of project management in the non-profit sector and raising awareness of PSPMV's services.

Ideal Candidates

The ideal candidate for the role of Executive Director at PSPMV will possess the following qualifications and attributes:

  • Leadership Experience: Demonstrated experience in a leadership role within a non-profit organization, with a track record of successfully managing programs, teams, and budgets.

  • Strategic Vision: Proven ability to develop and implement strategic plans that drive organizational growth and impact.

  • Extensive Non-profit Experience: Possess a minimum of 2 years of experience working within the non-profit sector, demonstrating a deep understanding of its unique challenges, opportunities, and best practices.

  • Project Management Expertise: Bring at least 5 years of experience in project management, showing a full understanding of project lifecycle management, risk assessment, resource allocation, and stakeholder engagement.

  • Relationship Building: Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to engage and collaborate with diverse stakeholders, including non-profits, volunteers, donors, and community partners.

  • Financial Acumen: Experience in financial management , including budgeting, fundraising, and grant writing.

  • Passion for the Mission: A commitment to PSPMV's mission of supporting non-profits and charities in the Puget Sound region.

Estimated Time Commitment

  • Volunteer at least 10 hours per week, virtual

  • Minimum commitment of 24 months is required


If you are passionate about making a difference in the non-profit sector and possess the skills and experience to lead PSPMV to the next level, we would like to hear from you.

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About Project Management Volunteers


453 West 12th Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia V5Y 1V4, CA

Mission Statement

PMV is an organization of experienced project managers who volunteer to help non-profits turn challenges and opportunities into successful projects for their community.


PMV enables non-profit organizations to be more successful through our project services, workshops, and advisory services. When a non-profit comes to us seeking support, we leverage our resources in order to provide guidance and a definitive course or action for the organization.


Education & Literacy
Community, Education & Literacy, Employment


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Management
  • Networking
  • Organization
  • Project Management
  • Relationship Building


  • People 55+


  • Orientation or Training
  • 10 hours per week
  • Minimum commitment of 24 months is required

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