CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
If you are someone who is energized by the opportunity to maximize the potential of an impactful and long-standing organization in Boulder County that is part of a larger international network, please read on…
YWCA Boulder County is looking for a strategic leader to assess and leverage the strengths and assets of the YWCA for the purpose of leading the organization into its next level of relevance and impact in Boulder County. This leader will be both savvy and experienced; will create real change for women, families and communities county-wide; and will radiate and inspire passion for protecting children, empowering women and girls, and eliminating racism.
This is an exciting opportunity for a mission-driven, dynamic, and visionary professional to lead the organization toward its next level of growth and meaningful impact. YWCA Boulder County’s CEO will lead strategic efforts to direct YWCA's fundraising and revenue development, oversee and ensure implementation of all programs and services, and enhance the public image of YWCA locally and nationally. The CEO will lead an amazing team of employees and volunteers dedicated to our mission. Reporting to the Board Chair, the candidate will work closely with the Board of Directors to enact the vision and to provide a focused strategy for the organization.
A charismatic and authentic leader, visionary, and connector, s/he will grow YWCA’s external presence in an ongoing effort to be well-known and respected throughout the Boulder County community, and lead with an emphasis on valuing and increasing diversity in all aspects of the organization.
Successful candidates will be outstanding in:
- Visionary Leadership
- Revenue Development
- Community Engagement and Marketing
- Board Relations
- Knowledge of social and political context of racism and discrimination
- Operational oversight
- Positive and collaborative management of staff and volunteers
Candidates must submit a resume and cover letter to our search consultant, Michelle Barnes, at YWCA@interimleadership.biz. No calls please.
This position will be open until filled and offers a competitive salary and benefits. All inquiries will be held in strict confidence.
Note: YWCA Boulder County, in keeping with its mission and the central focus of YWCA USA regarding the elimination of racism, is firmly committed to the policy of providing equal employment opportunity and equal participation to all its employees, contractors and applicants, subject to the Bylaws and Constitution of YWCA USA and in compliance with all applicable federal, state and local legislation, without regard to race, religion, color, creed, sex, age, national origin, marital status, disability or veteran status. YWCA Boulder County also follows our equal opportunity employment policy and employs personnel without regard to gender expression or sexual orientation.
CHILDREN'S ALLEY EVENING AND SATURDAY SUPERVISOR
Children's Alley is a unique, drop-in childcare facility located in YWCA Boulder County. We strive for the highest standards in childcare and education in everything we do, and we have an exceptional team of dedicated teachers that contribute to our friendly and supportive work environment. We are seeking a qualified, experienced individual to supervise staff and provide direct supervision and physical care of children during our evening and weekend hours.
Applicant must be Lead Teacher Qualified - Early Childhood Teacher (ECT) or formerly Group Leader Qualified - as defined by the Colorado Office of Early Childhood.
- Supervise staff to maintain compliance with licensing.
- Provide direct supervision and physical care of children.
- Maintain and direct the activities and staff in your classroom.
- Participate in administrative tasks.
- Maintain certifications and seek professional development
An Ideal Candidate:
- Has a passion for working with children and helping families in the community
- Takes initiative and is a team player
- Is responsible, organized, creative and patient.
- Knowledge of Spanish a plus
- Monday - Thursday: 4pm-8pm
- Saturday: 8:30am-5pm
- More hours available upon request
This position is part-time, we offer very competitive compensation and benefits. Pay: $14/hour
If you are looking to make a difference in people's lives, enjoy working with young children, and have availability during evenings and Saturdays, then this is the job for you. Please send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with "Evening and Saturday Supervisor" in the subject line.
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