COMMUNITY ACTION COMMITTEE. INC. OF CHAMBERS – TALLAPOOSA – COOSA
The Board of Directors of the Community Action Committee, Inc. of Chambers-Tallapoosa- Coosa is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Executive Director.
Community Action Committee of Chambers Tallapoosa Coosa (CACCTC) is a nonprofit community action agency which for over 50 years has served the needs of low-income families and individuals in east central Alabama. Chambers, Tallapoosa and Coosa counties comprise the geographic service area, and have a combined population of 86,470 and a poverty rate of 15.56%. CACCTC has multiple locations across their service area, with the administrative offices located in Dadeville, Alabama. A largely rural area, it is the home of Lake Martin, one of the largest manmade lakes in the U.S., a popular recreation area for swimming, boating, water skiing, camping and golfing. Dadeville is located within a half hour drive to Auburn, home of Auburn University and less than a two-hour drive to the cities of Birmingham, Montgomery and Atlanta....
COMMUNITY ACTION COMMITTEE, INC. OF CHAMBERS-TALLAPOOSA-COOSA
The Executive Director is responsible for all aspects of the administration of the Community Action Committee, Inc. of Chambers-Tallapoosa-Coosa.
The operations and policies of CACCTC are governed by a fifteen-member tri-partite Board of Directors comprised of elected officials, private sector representatives and low-income or community representatives. In recent years, the organization’s annual budget has been in the range of $6 to $7 million, but swelled to nearly $10 million in the current year as a result of temporary funding through the CARES Act and the American Rescue Plan Act.
The Executive Director, leading a team of 70 staff members, works in partnership with the Board to accomplish CACCTC’s mission and is accountable for the success of the agency to its customers and funders. The ideal candidate for this position is passionate about empowering low-income people to achieve their goals and enjoy economic stability....