Under the direction of the Benny Hinn Ministries of Canada Board of Directors, the Executive Director is responsible for the overall management and operation of Benny Hinn Ministries Canada. The Executive Director's objective is the successful execution of the pre-determined goals and directives set by the Board and integrating strategic, brand, and spiritual objectives consistent with the global standards of Benny Hinn Ministries so as to resonate with the Canadian constituency.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
The Executive Director is responsible for overall operations, asset protection and reporting for Benny Hinn Ministries of Canada.
Must be a Canadian Citizen
Work in concert with the Board of Directors to ensure timely planning and communications regarding the Ministry's current performance and future needs.
Provide leadership in developing organizational and financial strategies with the Board and staff, and carry out plans and policies authorized by the Board.
Jointly with the Board Chairman and the Board of Directors, conduct official correspondence of the Ministry and execute legal documents.
Maintain official records and documents, and ensure compliance with federal, provincial and local regulations.
Responsible for reporting to the Board on a quarterly and annual basis. Initial progress reports to be submitted at week six and week twelve.
Candidates should support the organizational values and philosophy of the Ministry.
Oversee all accounting functions including those necessary for auditing, budgeting, financial analysis, capital asset, property management and payroll.
Must have knowledge of compliance and Best practices related to Not For Profit entities.
Responsible for donor base development and retention strategies.
Handle all aspects of human resource management including but not limited to hiring and termination, payroll, developing position descriptions, setting compensation, conducting performance evaluations and applying Board-approved employee policies and benefits to ensure that sound human resource policies, procedures, and practices are in place for the Canadian operations.
Analyze and evaluate vendor services, to determine programs and providers that best meets the needs of the Ministry and make recommendations to the Board, as appropriate; negotiate services, terms and premiums and execute contracts with benefit plan providers, supply and service vendors, auditors and consultants; manage payroll and benefits programs.
Work with other global ministry affiliates as needed utilizing effective communication strategies.
Must be physically in the office a minimum of forty (40) hours; at times exceeding this with travel.
Be available to work on site at BHM events held in Canada
Willingness to be hands-on for additional tasks as needed
Must be a person of integrity and capable of dealing with extremely sensitive financial, legal, personnel and other matters while maintaining a high level of confidentiality.