Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund (IMSFF) is a multi-million dollar 501(c) 3 non-profit
organization that grants supplemental assistance to injured Marines and sailors wounded in
support of Marine Corps Operations, as well as their families, as they face recovery in
Job Description. The Executive Director will lead, integrate and supervise operations of
volunteers across the United States in casework management, finance, public relations and
fundraising. Additionally, the Executive Director will maintain oversight and a close working
rapport with our donation processing, marketing firm, attorney and investment teams.
The Executive Director will report to the Chairman/Vice Chairman of a Board of Directors made
up of retired military personnel and spouses of active duty military personnel. The Executive
Director shall be governed by the policies and decisions of the Board of Directors, and by the
IMSFF By-laws and Articles of Incorporation. The Executive Director is expected to maintain
close contact with both the Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Board, and will attend all Board
of Directors meetings at the invitation of the Chairman.
The Executive Director is expected to be an Ambassador for the Fund, and can expect to have
frequent contact with organizations, agencies, and personnel that are important to the Fund.
This will include the United States Marine Corps, numerous hospitals and their Staff, other
charitable or non-profit organizations, Members of Congress, members of the media, and
citizens who contribute to the Fund or organize fundraisers on our behalf.
The Fund is not officially connected to the United States Marine Corps, except by the spirit
of what we do. The Board and volunteers of the Fund take very seriously a solemn commitment to
represent the same values, commitment and highest standards of integrity that have made the
Marine Corps one of the most respected organizations in our country. The Executive Director is
expected to set the standard for these values, and to embody this spirit.
Qualifications. The successful candidate will, first and foremost, have the character, spirit
and commitment described above. The candidate should have a complete understanding of the
United States Marine Corps and relevant agencies that are critical to the smooth operation of
the Fund. A candidate should have a Bachelorís degree, and must have a demonstrated track
record of success in a management position. Experience with a non-profit organization is a
plus. Those candidates without direct non-profit experience should have experience with a
volunteer staff and/or non-profit board experience.
Applicants need to:
Demonstrate success in strategic planning;
Organizational development and program design, implementation and evaluation;
An ability to manage an organization through a period of change and growth;
The ability to motivate, lead, team build, mentor and delegate;
The ability to assist in developing and managing a sizeable budget that reacts dynamically to
the needs of our injured servicemen and women;
Computer skills (proficiency in MS Office), knowledge of QuickBooks, familiarity with
understanding financial statements, and the ability to use technology to gather, prepare and
As the Executive Director acts as the Fundís Ambassador, candidates need to demonstrate
excellent communication skills (oral and written), public speaking experience, and the ability
to win peopleís hearts and minds. Applicants must be able to travel, as the position will
include supervising east and west coast volunteers, and making public appearances and
Nominations and applications will be kept confidential.
Salary. Commensurate with experience and accomplishments.
Application Procedures. Submit resume with salary requirements and three references by July
15, 2005 to:
Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund
825 College Blvd., Ste 102 PMB 609
Oceanside, CA 92057
Or e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your interest.