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Executive Director, Stettler Adult Learning Centre - Apply by July 30

Stettler Adult Learning Centre

Stettler Learning Centre is hiring for the position of Executive Director.

We are looking for an outgoing, charismatic, personable leader who is passionate about making a difference to become our Executive Director (ED). A champion for learning, you will be comfortable taking a leading role in the community, demonstrating our core values to positively influence others at all levels of interaction and to achieve results that are in the best interests of both the organization and community. The successful candidate will be committed to building strong community relationships and have a desire to work with others to have a bigger impact. A change agent who is innovative, open-minded, flexible and persistent, our next leader will have a win-win approach to problem solving.

A life-long learner, the successful candidate will be a motivator and team-builder, able to support development of staff in an approachable way that is balanced with trust and respect for all roles in the organization and comfortable with delegating responsibility and promoting teamwork with a skilled and diverse team. A collaborative management style with good listening skills, flexibility and patience is key.

A strategic leader with strong tactical skills, our next leader will be confident and enthusiastic, supporting a dedicated volunteer Board of Directors in its governance duties. Respecting the history and values that have made Stettler Learning Centre successful to date, they will have the skills to solicit significant support to fund Stettler Learning Centre's mission and is politically astute and influential in the community to ensure Stettler Learning Centre is not just sustainable but thrives into the future. Comfortable working in a rural community, the successful candidate will have a good understanding of non-profit finances, including project-based funding, grant applications, reporting, and their implications.

The successful candidate will demonstrate and nurture the mission, values, and guiding principles that are key to the success of Stettler Learning Centre and maintain a strong supportive relationship with Campus Alberta Central partners in coordinating post-secondary opportunities.

Key competencies the successful candidate must demonstrate are:

  • Leadership

  • Networking and Relationship Building

  • Communication

  • Strategic Thinking

  • Accountability

  • Teamwork

  • Organizational and Environmental Awareness

  • Resource and Fiscal Management

  • Adaptability

Position is for 28 hours a week and is very flexible based on experience and availability of the successful candidate. Office hours are 8:30-4:30 with an hour for lunch. Stettler Learning Centre closes for 2 weeks over Christmas and New Year; all of July and most of August.

Please apply by emailing a Cover Letter and Resume to addressed to the SALC Board Chair.

Deadline for applications July 30, 2024.

Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Successful candidate will have to complete a criminal record check and sign the organization code of conduct.


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