Are you a visionary change-agent?
Are you a champion for mental health?
Do you want to lead a small organization, with a big mission & make a huge impact?
…If so, you may be perfect for this opportunity!
When people face a mental health concern or crisis and don’t know where to turn – Mental Health America of Eastern Missouri (MHA-EM) is there. MHA-EM is the region’s go-to resource for mental health education, information, referrals and advocacy. Since 1945, Mental Health America has been a leader in promoting mental health and improving the care and treatment of individuals living with mental illness. We are proud to be the only organization in the region working towards achieving our mission by addressing the full spectrum of mental health and mental illness.
As one of more than 300 affiliates nationwide, MHA-EM is part of a growing movement of organizations that promote the mental well-being of individuals and communities. In 2017, we empowered 3,200 employees at companies through our wellness seminars; connected over 700 individuals on our HelpLine; and provided essential financial management services for 145 individuals with serious mental illness. Together with a committed Board of Directors and over 300 dedicated volunteers, our passionate team of 8 employees is helping to increase awareness and decrease the stigma associated with mental illness. With on-going support from grants, corporate and community partners, and private donations, MHA-EM has the financial stability and is poised to have an even greater impact in the years ahead. To learn more, please visit us at www.mha-em.org.
In an effort to advance our strategic direction, MHA-EM is seeking a dynamic and visionary President/CEO who will maximize resource development while leading the organization towards fulfilling its mission as a continued leader in promoting mental health for everyone. Reporting to our Board of Directors, the ideal candidate will:
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MHA-EM is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
MHA-EM welcomes difference in the form of gender, race, ethnicity, disability, geography, socioeconomic status, age, politics, religion, philosophy, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression and veteran status. All applicants who share this goal are encouraged to apply.