This brand-new position reports to the CEO in driving organizational vision with operational strategy. The COO will oversee day-to-day operations, implementing the new strategic plan for Hawaii’s only statewide locally owned public television station. The COO will ensure alignment and accountability across media platforms and functions. We value a positive, inclusive team culture with high standards of quality in service to community. Ideal COO candidate is an entrepreneurial nonprofit leader with a background in business, education and fundraising; possesses an understanding of Hawai`i’s people, cultures and history; and exemplifies integrity, humility and respect for others.
Preference for those with a master’s degree in business or related field and 8-10 years in nonprofit or educational leadership.
Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to Eric Heenan of Alakai Executive Search via email by March 23, 2020.
About PBS Hawaii
PBS Hawai‘i is the only locally owned, statewide television station in Hawai‘i, serving the Islands since 1965. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational organization.
We are the sole Hawai‘i member of the trusted Public Broadcasting Service (a PBS community licensee), and the only licensed educational broadcaster in the state.
Essential to our work is knowing the community that we serve. We offer local content and engagement that follow our mind, heart and na‘au (gut). While we enjoy a multimedia approach to technology, it’s very important to us to maintain the human touch in all we do.
PBS Hawai‘i is mostly supported by the community, through the gifts of individuals, families, businesses and charitable foundations. Fifteen percent of our operating budget comes indirectly from the federal government, through the nonprofit Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
We advance learning and discovery through storytelling that profoundly touches lives.
We see PBS Hawai‘i as a digital touchstone for the community, connecting and convening citizens of all ages in civil discourse, appreciation of culture and the arts, lessons of ...history and in shaping Hawaii’s future.
In this most ethnically and culturally diverse state in the union, we are committed to upholding Hawai‘i’s universal values:
Pono – rightness and balance
‘Imi Na‘auao – knowledge and wisdom
Aloha Kekahi I Kekahi – respecting the dignity of others
K?lia I Ka Nu‘u – strive for excellence
Kuleana – responsibility for the collective good
L?kahi – collaboration and unity
M?lama – protect and care for
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