Washington Central Friends of Education (WCFE) is currently seeking a director to manage its programs and lead its growth into the next era.
A 28-year partner to the Washington Central school district, WCFE is a nonprofit organization, run by a small board, focused on the mission of strengthening communication and collaboration between schools and the community for the benefit of all students district-wide. Currently tasked with grant administration and payroll for four different programs, the director needs excellent organizational, financial and personnel management skills as well as excellent writing and public relations skills. A part-time position with the opportunity for expansion, the director is supervised by a volunteer board, works closely with multiple project directors and school leaders, and requires experience, passion and commitment to youth, education and healthy communities. The organization’s goals include the re-development of a popular district-wide newsletter and the exploration of new projects in collaboration with district administrators and educators. Experience preferred in the fields of public education, afterschool/out-of-school youth programming, prevention, and mentoring.
Interviews for the role of director will be held beginning in late February and continuing into March. This position will remain open until filled by the right candidate.
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