Building Bright Futures (BBF), a statewide 501(c)(3) organization, seeks a champion to lead its work on behalf of Vermont’s young children and families.
BBF was founded in 2006 and authorized by Act 104 of the State Legislature in 2010, to serve as the State Advisory Council on Early Childhood Education and Care for children from birth to age 8. As a public-private partnership, BBF is dedicated to ensuring that every young child in Vermont has the opportunity to reach his/her full potential. BBF operates as a backbone organization for collective impact at the state and regional level by convening stakeholders and community members to advance the goals and strategies of Vermont’s Early Childhood Action Plan. The Executive Director manages the comprehensive state-wide infrastructure of a state-wide and 12 regional councils and works with individuals, organizations and agencies at the regional and state levels to develop best approaches for an integrated system that advances data-driven progress for all Vermont’s young children and their families.
The ideal candidate will have experience in management of not-for-profit organizations; fundraising; grant writing; grant administration; systems building and evaluation; strategic planning; and policy development. The individual must demonstrate excellence in written and oral communication.
BBF is seeking a candidate with a track record of nurturing complex relationships between public and private sector participants; goal setting; embracing challenges; using data, shepherding change and achieving results.
Applications Accepted Until 5:00 pm, January 25, 2019
Mailing address: Katie Mobbs,Office Manager Building Bright Futures 600 Blair Park, Suite 306 Williston, VT 05495
For more information about Building Bright Futures go to our website.
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