Archives for September 2014

Teen Challenge President – Completed

Teen Challenge Job Title: President Location: Ozark, MO Teen Challenge offers Christ-centered, faith-based solutions to youth, adults, and families who struggle with life-controlling problems. Teen Challenge is holistic – meaning that it is concerned with the body, mind, and spirit of those who come for help. Teen Challenge endeavors to help people become mentally sound, […]

The CEO Search Committee Part 2: The Reality

Someone once said that serving on a search committee is like walking through a  field laced with land mines…You don’t always know what your next step should be.  In all probability, the most important decision you will be asked to make as a board member for a  nonprofit organization is in the selection of the […]

The CEO Search Committee: A Call to Service

At no previous time in the history of America has there been a bigger need or call for not-for- profit organizations to take more of a leadership role in solving some of our nation’s social, moral, and economic problems. Additionally, there has never been a time when so many people, who have had successful careers […]

Providence Classical School Head of School – Completed

Head of School Search for Providence Classical School Job Title: Head of School Location: Spring, Texas (north of Houston) Providence Classical School in Spring, Texas is a school centered on Christ and based on the historically successful classical model which trains students to think critically and communicate clearly. Serving 345 PreK-12th grade students, Providence is […]

Behavioral Interviews Part III: 4 Tips for Board Member Interviews

We’re wrapping up our 3 part series on Behavioral Interviews and have some more golden nuggets up our sleeve we can’t wait to share with you. In case you’re just chiming in, here is what we’ve covered so far: Part 1-  What Not to Ask Part 2- Ways to Ask the Right Questions …and Part […]

Behavioral Interviews Part 2: Ways to Ask the Right Questions

We have mentioned that, if done right, behaviorial interviewing can help your board members discover the 1% difference between several great candidates. This 3 part series is designed to provide you with everything you need to know for conducting quality behavioral interviews. Part 1 covered what not to ask. In Part 2, we’re going to […]

Knox Area Rescue Ministries Selects Greg Greer as Vice President of Programs

JobfitMatters, the SIMA® executive search practice of Tommy Thomas and Laura Coverstone, is pleased to announce that Knox Area Rescue Ministries has appointed Greg Greer to serve as Vice President of Programs. Greg will be responsible for oversight of the daily work of the ministry, setting ministry tone and culture, and planning for the future. […]