executive director,
neighborhood community center

 

The Lussier Community Education Center (LCEC) is a dynamic community center - a place for people from different walks of life to come together, share gifts, and build community. Tracing its origins to grassroots community organizers who established needed youth programs, it is geared toward creating accessible and welcoming places for BIPOC folks who live with limited financial means. Everything at the LCEC centers on its mission: building community, creating opportunities, enriching education.

 

We're in search of an Executive Director who is a community organizer at heart, and also a skilled administrator. Someone who will inspire and develop members of the community through meaningful relationships, and by ensuring quality programs.

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Employer:

The Lussier Community Education Center (LCEC)

Location:

Madison, Wisconsin

Responsibilities include:

  • Making a real and significant impact on people’s lives through high quality programs.
     

  • Making the LCEC a hub for community engagement of all kinds, particularly leadership by traditionally marginalized groups.
     

  • Making a real and significant impact on people’s lives through a strong and effective staff team.
     

  • Inspiring more people and organizations to financially support the work of the center.
     

  • Responsibly stewarding the resources of the center to most effectively meet the center’s goals and objectives.

Experience sought:

The LCEC is seeking an Executive Director who has:

  • Professional and lived experience preparing them to lead a nonprofit neighborhood community center with 25 staff, a $1,400,000 budget, and welcoming more than 4,000 people per year through its doors.
     

  • Professional and lived experience preparing them to be a leader within the LCEC alongside community members, youth and their families, most of whom are people of color who are living with limited financial means.
     

  • Incorporated antiracism and social justice into their life and work, and are comfortable exploring that with others.

For more information:

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