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ECONOMICSWISCONSIN NEWS

February 1, 2019

EconomicsWisconsin (EW) is seeking a full time Executive Director to lead the growth, development and success of this (501(c)(3) non-profit, non-partisan) charitable organization. Founded in 1963, EconomicsWisconsin believes that a fundamental understanding of economics, coupled with financial education, empowers our youth—future opinion leaders–to make sound decisions which enhance their personal well-being, strengthen the communities they serve, our state and far beyond.

EconomicsWisconsin, an affiliate of the national Council for Economic Education (CEE), teaches students and educates educators providing them access to superior resources and programs with the support of Centers for Economic Education located on college campuses across the state.

Interested candidates must possess the ability to:

  • raise the funds necessary to execute the business plan
  • interact with and understand the unique needs of the school districts and municipalities we serve
  • effectively communicate the purpose and develop the strategic direction of this organization
  • evaluate the impact of core programs
  • manage the finances
  • support the Board of Directors and committees

Qualifications include:

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • successful fundraising experience
  • managing a budget
  • advanced MS Office skills
  • ability to travel within the state and work occasional nights and weekends

If you are qualified and interested in being considered a candidate for this great opportunity, with a dedicated staff to support the operations of the organization, please email your resume and salary requirements to the EconomicsWisconsin search committee.

To obtain a full copy of the job description, please send an email with the subject title “Executive Director Job Description Request” to econed@ewwcee.org.

Please see the link below for career opportunities at EconomicsWisconsin.

https://www.indeedjobs.com/economics-wisconsin/jobs/be8192138a195c4eb477

 

 

 

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