Executive Vice President

Center Point
Until Filled

Executive Vice President
Annual Salary $ 155,000 – $ 175,000 DOE/DOQ

Center Point, a California-based nonprofit agency providing outpatient and residential behavioral health, housing, and correctional services, seeks an Executive Vice President.  Our ideal candidate will be a leader with passion, experience, vision, and dedication to serving our communities.  The successful candidate will be a behavioral health professional with comprehensive knowledge of California’s behavioral health and recovery services, and experience overseeing the inner workings of a complex multi-million-dollar organization with several facilities and services offered across a vast geographic area. Additionally, the ideal candidate will be an innovative executive leader who is passionate about collaborating across health and human services agencies in various local and state agencies, and other community-based organizations. The candidate must be dedicated to health equity and cultural humility and have experience working with persons, and their families, living with mental health, housing, and substance use challenges. Apply today to join our team and make a difference in the lives of the thousands of individuals we serve.

The Executive Vice President is an at-will position that reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and works with a nine-member Board of Directors.  This position is a newly created role that will oversee Center Point operations including programs, facilities and real estate, administration and, grant management and finance (including payroll, MIS, HR); including a $40MM budget.  This person will have additional responsibility of overseeing approximately 270 staff and a variety of behavioral health programs. We are currently in several state prisons in California and provide services in six counties in California and a Veteran’s program in Austin, Texas.

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