Located in Franklin County in Greenfield, MA, LifePath is a $20.3M private, nonprofit corporation and is an Area Agency on Aging and Aging Service Access Point. LifePath is a mission driven organization led by an executive director, a senior management team of four, and a 14-member board of directors. Over 150 staff and 230 volunteers support the work. LifePath serves all of Franklin County and the North Quabbin area with other select programs and opportunities in other parts of the state.
For more information, please visit the LifePath website at https://lifepathma.org/
Increase accessibility for older adults and persons with disabilities, and create an intergenerational strength-based interactive model of day health. Build strong relationships with community partners.
Develop and expand programs and services
Overall, guide programming that centers housing as a critical issue for older adults and people with disabilities, across the age spectrum, in the region LifePath serves. Provide visionary leadership for expansion of programs and services based on community needs and funding opportunities.
Manage, develop and retain staff, volunteers and board
Through direct outreach, recruitment, training and thoughtful shifts in organizational culture, develop and build staff, board, and volunteers to reflect a more diverse background. Motivate staff and volunteers to honor the mission and sustain a commitment to deliver quality, consumer- centered services. Create opportunities for growth and advancement.
Fundraising and resource development
Develop strategies to enhance funding opportunities and fundraising. Establish new partnerships and build strong relationships with funders. Develop strategies to increase and diversify sources of revenue to support organizational stability and growth through contract negotiations, grant applications and fund development.
Develop and execute a strategic plan
Lead LifePath in the execution and implementation of a strategic plan that will serve as a roadmap for program and service development. Other key strategic initiatives include a clear, flexible plan to return employees to in-person work; a strategy to advance diversity, equity and inclusion; a technology plan to support workflow, communication, and productivity; and a strategy to diversify funding resources toward financial sustainability.
Interested candidates can submit materials at the blue button/link on the top right of this posting page.
LifePath is deeply committed to the principles of equity, diversity and inclusiveness. Bilingual persons, minorities, women, and candidates with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
LifePath, Inc. is an AA/EOE employer committed to a diverse workforce.