Non-Profit Executive Director

Pueblo Trip Aim Corporation (PTAC) is seeking a key leader who will make a difference in healthcare outcomes in Pueblo County.  PTAC strives to improve population health, reduce the per capita cost of care, and improve the experience of care for all Pueblo County citizens.  For more information and a job description visit  

Qualified candidates will have knowledge of non-profit administration, health care systems, organizational management and development; current knowledge of collective/community population health improvement theories and strategies; knowledge and skill in the areas of planning, program development, financial management, budgeting and fund development; and working knowledge of the various economic and governmental sectors of Pueblo County, including an understanding of the health and human services delivery system.

Under the direction and guidance of the Board of Directors, the person in this position would be responsible for day-to-day operations of the organization.  The Executive Director works in conjunction with the Board, community partners, and advisory committees to accomplish organizational goals and objectives.  In addition, the person in this position will ensure the functions and activities of the organization and embrace the philosophy, mission, and values of the Board of Directors of PTAC.

The qualified individual will participate in community, state, and national activities and organizations beneficial to the mission and goals of PTAC; seek and secure funding for PTAC operations from public and private sources; exercise management and control of the business affairs of the organization, including development of fiscal controls and reports; and other duties as assigned by the Board of Directors.

Qualified applicants will have a Bachelor’s degree and five years of senior management experience.  A degree in the area of Public Administration, Health Administration, Non-Profit Management or related field with a Master’s Degree is preferred.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  To apply, send cover letter and resume to  Please enter PTAC position in the subject line.



POSITION: Executive Director

REPORTS TO: President

SUMMARY: Provides administrative leadership to Pueblo Triple Aim Corporation.  As the professional counterpart to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director focuses on fulfilling the mission and directs the implementation of the strategic plan.  Responsibilities include: management of finances; development of financial and human resources; oversight of program; and elevating the profile of the corporation through marketing and by fostering strategic partnerships.


Administrative: 15%


  • Assist the President and Board Officers to prepare for meetings.
  • Attend meetings of the Board to support, inform and advise.   
  • Develop a communicative and supportive relationship with board volunteers so they are kept informed about the progress and organization’s needs board meetings are efficient and effective.


  • Ensure compliance with applicable local, state, and federal laws in all activities.
  • With the Board, establish policies and procedures for the organization.
  • Ensure adherence to the policies and procedures in all activities.
  • Manage the preparation of all licensing, permits, and reports required by/for the organization and for others.
  • Oversee accuracy and completeness of records of the agency.

Human Resources

  • Act as the hiring authority, managing all hiring, disciplinary actions, promotions, and terminations.
  • Develop and implement human resource practices that ensure that all staff are treated equitably and legally and assure that organization can recruit and retain the best team possible.
  • Provide timely, candid and constructive performance evaluation for direct reports.

Program Impact: 35%

  • Foster opportunities for collaborations to occur by uniting cross-sector agencies through the Partners in Advancing Population Health.
  • Use the principles of Collective Impact Framework and ReThink Health© modeling to positively impact Pueblo County’s health ranking in Colorado.
  • Supervise the Community Engagement Director to guide community problem solving
  • Supervise the Data Steward
  • Develop a dashboard for outcomes measurements, short- and long-term, for organizational goals.

Marketing and Public Relations 15%

  • Foster strategic partnerships that advance the mission of the organization including foundations, community leaders, other nonprofit organizations, academia, and governments.
  • Supervise the marketing and promotional efforts for the organization.
  • Create an annual report and the State of Health for Pueblo County.

Finance Impact: 35%

Fiscal Management

  • Ensure that the organization operates as a not-for-profit business in accordance with the IRS 501(c)3 regulations and General Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
  • Develop an agency budget to present to the Board for approval.  
  • Develop a detailed budget based on the agency budget.
  • Monitors agency income and expenses compared to the budget and cash flow reports.
  • Oversee contracted labor for accounting and payroll.
  • Work closely with the Treasurer to ensure that the board clearly understands the financial health of the organization.
  • Actively participate in the annual independent audit process and tax form preparation.  

Fund Development

  • Jointly with the Board, develop and implement fundraising strategies for sustainability.
  • Plan and executive fund development activities including the full grantsmanship cycle and special events.  
  • Jointly with the board, cultivate major donors for current operations, and planned to give including endowment.


  • Bachelor’s degree required Master’s Degree is preferred.
  • Preferred knowledge of healthcare
  • Five years of senior management experience with demonstrated success in non-profit administration, organizational management and development; strategic planning; program development, financial management, budgeting and fund development.


  • Requires seeing, talking, and hearing.
  • Light to strenuous physical demands, requiring light visual acuity, and subject to both inside and outside environmental conditions.


CLASS: Salaried, Administrative

FLSA: The duties of this position meet the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) overtime exemption test of all areas of responsibility to satisfy the Administrative Employee duties test

29 C.F.R. 541.201(a) including exercising discretion and independent judgment; authority to formulate, affect, interpret or implement management policies; authority to commit the employer in matters of significant financial impact; authority to negotiate and bind the company on significant matters; and provides consultation or expert advice to management.  The salary and wages of this position, based on market analysis for 1.0 FTE, meet the salary test. Therefore, this position is exempt from the FLSA overtime rules.

SELECTION: Selected by interview from the Executive Board.  Hire is dependent on satisfactory results from an inquiry to criminal background and financial credit report.