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Based on 3,549 responses, the job of Executive Director has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.38 out of 5. On average, Executive Directors are highly satisfied with their job.
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September 2020
"Great economy, great City and Residents that care about their communities."
Executive Director in Charlotte:
Pros: The people that live in our communities.
Cons: City plus County Tax.
September 2020
"Working in Vancouver."
Executive Director in Vancouver:
Pros: Beautiful, clean and accessible city with the ocean and mountains in eyesight
Cons: Lack of opportunities, disparity between cost of living/housing and average salaries, prevalence of homelessness and addiction
September 2020
Executive Director in Sterling Heights:
Pros: Ability to work with a highly competent team of leaders.
Cons: Struggles with changes in health care reimbursement
November 2013
Executive Director:
Pros: Working with the community, the variety of work and seeing the successes in the people we help
Cons: Dealing with adults who act as children.
November 2013
"Share your knowledge about the daily responsibilities"
Executive Director:
Ask about the backgrounds of the personnel in place, their evaluations of performance and their personalities.
September 2020
"It is comfortable."
Executive Director in Dodge City:
Pros: I do a great job and my employees appreciate it. I am making a difference.
Cons: feel under appreciated.