ISPCA: Chief Executive Officer
The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ISPCA) is Ireland’s largest national animal welfare organisation established in 1949. The Society’s mission is to prevent cruelty to animals, to promote animal welfare and to be proactive in relieving animal suffering. The ISPCA now wishes to appoint a Chief Executive Officer. Reporting through the Chair to the Board, he/she will provide solid leadership and sound direction to the organisation while co-ordinating its services at both local and national level.
• Prepare annual budget for Board approval and effectively manage financial resources within budget
• Enhance the ISPCA’s position as Ireland’s largest animal welfare organisation and significantly raise its public profile
• Represent the ISPCA in a decisive and positive manner to relevant internal and external stakeholders
• Oversee fundraising planning and implementation
• Establish sound working relationships with relevant stakeholders at Government, community and corporate level
• Oversee the management of all aspects of HR
The ideal candidate will have demonstrable leadership and people management skills gained at Chief Executive or Head of Function level, ideally in a not for profit or similar organisation. He/she will possess strong financial acumen together with exceptional communication and relationship management abilities across a diverse range of stakeholders. An empathy with the ISPCA’s ethos is essential combined with the energy and drive necessary to make a substantial contribution to promote and improve animal welfare in Ireland.
A comprehensive curriculum vitae may be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. For confidential discussion and further information please contact Marie Maguire, Director, Executive Search, PwC on +353 1 792 7529.