Edgehill Neighborhood Partnership
Edgehill Neighborhood Partnership (ENP) is a community based non-profit organization that currently serves Nashville in three ways. The Spot is an after school program f.or middle and high school girls. The Free Store provides household goods, personal hygiene and cleaning supplies, toys, books and community to all who are interested. The Affordable Housing Project (AHP) works with community members to advocate for equitable redevelopment of the Edgehill Homes and is the sub zone captain for the Edgehill and Wedgewood/Houston sections of the Nashville Promise Zone (NPZ).
ENP has been active in the neighborhood for over 10 years. Our paid staff currently consists of an Executive Director and a part time Free Store Coordinator. ENP also contracts with F.I.N.D Design to provide social/emotional learning at the Spot. A large body of volunteers meet the remainder of our needs. The Executive Director (ED) will manage all aspects of the operation including supervising staff, coordinating volunteers and leading fundraising efforts
Our Mission is: to work with our neighbors to improve the quality of life in our vital community.
Our tag line is: Neighbors Doing What Neighbors do.
- Supporting and expanding ENP’s existing fundraising efforts, including grant-writing, fundraising events, institutional, corporate and individual donations.
- Managing marketing and social media presence.
- Establishing ENP’s voice and leadership on the issue of affordable housing through the Envision Edgehill process and the Promise Zone.
- Supporting and strengthening community voice on the issue of affordable housing through relationships with community members and organizations.
- Supervising the staff and volunteers responsible for running The Free Store, The Spot and AHP.
- Reports to ENP Board Chair and supports the ENP Board as an ex-officio member of its committees.
- Managing grant reporting process.
- Ensuring that all compliance and administrative requirements (e.g. 990 tax returns, solicitation permits, annual state report, budgets, etc.) are met.
- Ability to work a flexible schedule including some evenings and weekends.
Experience: Proven ability to:
- Raise Funds,
- Manage a team of people (paid and unpaid) delivering diverse services,
- Develop organizational capacity to address opportunities for growth and expansion,
- Use various electronic communication and management tools such as Mail Chimp, Facebook, Instagram and Squarespace
Education: Bachelor’s Degree
Preferred: Non-Profit experience
Paid vacation and sick leave.
Comp time for excess hours worked.
How to Apply
Send applications to: ENP, PO Box 121016, Nashville 37212 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Date Posted: February 12, 2021
- Type: Full-Time
- Job Function: Executive Leadership
- Service Area: Children / Youth
- Start Date: 04/15/2021
- Salary Range: $45,000 - $60,000
- Working Hours: 40 hrs/wk