TLC has recently launched a search for an Associate Director position. This is a reimagined position and serves a pivotal leadership role on our team and expanded scope to achieve the goals and priorities of our strategic plan. The Associate Director will manage two positions and vendors and be part of a creative and high performing team with an incredible local nonprofit organization and mission, strong leadership, and a dedicated impact community.
TLC’s mission is to empower individuals of all abilities to live their fullest life. Through a collaborative and engaging process throughout the organization, we have created the first three years of our strategic plan called Building Possibilities. Focused on three priorities: Quality, Access, and Equity, we are working toward a 20-year vision to create pathways to a world of possibilities. Founded as Tammy Lynn Center in 1969 by three local families committed to creating better options for their children, we are building on a 53-year history of serving individuals of all abilities and all ages and their families in Wake County.
TLC currently serves over 700 children and adults and 1,800+ of their family members – parents, siblings, and family caregivers. By 2040, our community will have an estimated 38% increase in people living with an intellectual or developmental disability (I/DD).
As part of the strategic plan, the Development Team’s scope has expanded to include philanthropy and engagement, advocacy and outreach, strategic partnerships, and brand stewardship and is moving forward as the Strategic Impact & Outreach Team. The Strategic Impact & Outreach Team meaningfully engages TLC’s impact (individual donors, funders, corporate and community partners, volunteers, staff, families, elected officials, and strategic partners) and the broader community through equitable practices to support positive outcomes for clients, families, and staff and the strategic growth of our mission.
A Bachelor's degree and 8+ years of experience preferred or completion of a nonprofit certification and 12+ years of experience with demonstrated progressive responsibility in managing philanthropic operations and relationships. This is a full-time professional position.
The ideal candidate will be detail-oriented, community-centric, operate from a growth mindset, and be committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion in impact.
The salary is $71,000.
Qualified candidates, please apply here.