Central Vermont Adult Basic Education (CVABE) is a vibrant, well-established, fiscally healthy, community-based nonprofit organization serving Washington, Lamoille, and Orange Counties. The Executive Director leads the organization and ensures the necessary personnel and financial resources to provide students with the education and skills needed to live more successfully as community members. The overall goal is for students to receive the education needed to participate successfully in Vermont’s workforce and citizenry.
The Executive Director is committed to CVABE’s mission of providing educational opportunities for adults and out-of-school young adults, and involving the larger community in the encouragement of their efforts and progress. The Executive Director guides the ongoing progress of CVABE under the oversight and leadership of the Board of Directors, while coordinating and overseeing all of aspects of the program.
Specific qualifications include:
- Master’s Degree in Education or a related field
- Strong leadership skills
- Experience in nonprofit management, budgeting, community relations, and fundraising
- Knowledge of and commitment to Adult Education and Literacy (AEL), which encompasses: literacy, math, computer skills and finances, English Language Learning, preparation for US Citizenship, requirements for earning High School Diploma or GED, and career and college readiness
For full job description, please visit CVABE.org.
Starting Salary and Benefits: $85,000 – $90,000 based on experience. 100% individual health, dental, and short-term disability insurance, employer 403(b) contributions and six weeks of paid vacation.
Please submit cover letter, resume, and list of three references by March 30, 2022 to:
CVABE Board of Directors / board@CVABE.org
CVABE engages in the following to help promote diversity, equity, and inclusion within our organization:
• Pursue cultural competency throughout our organization by creating substantive learning opportunities and transparent policies.
• Support programs and policies that reflect the diversity of American society.
• Pool resources and expand offerings for underrepresented constituents by connecting with other organizations committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts.
• Become more conscious of bias during hiring, promotion, and evaluation processes through staff training and process improvements. Include a salary range with all public job postings.