• Executive Director

  • United Way of Skagit County
    Job Description
    United Way Executive Director Position Description
    Reports to: Board of Directors
    Affiliation/Hours of Work Exempt/Full-Time, occasional evening/weekend functions, hybrid with a regular in-person presence needed with some flexibility for working remotely
    Anticipated Start Date: September 1, 2022
    Direct Report Staff: 5
    Salary Range: $70,000 - $75,000 depending on qualifications
    Benefits: Medical Insurance, Vacation, Holidays/Personal Days, Travel and Cell Phone allowance, Retirement contribution, Flexible working arrangements
     
    Organization Overview
    Founded in 1963 as United Good Neighbors, the local United Way Board changed the name in 1973 to United Way of Skagit County to coordinate with our national United Way organization. Since then, UWSC has transitioned from being a partner fundraising organization to a community impact agency. In 2017, the Board selected early childhood development as our primary focus area, with the Bold Goal of “By 2025, all Skagit children entering kindergarten are ready to learn.”
     
    Overview of Responsibilities
    The Executive Director is responsible to work with a diverse team of leaders, staff and volunteers to achieve the vision of Community Impact and the Bold Goal as developed by the Board of Directors. The Executive Director understands the value of collaboration and relationships and works across private, public and corporate sectors to help our organization make a positive impact in our community. They are dedicated to shared and measurable goals for the common good – creating, resourcing and leveraging strategies for broad investment and impact. The Executive Director is responsible for the ongoing trust in the United Way brand and helping the organization continue its relevance in the community.


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