Jubilee Women's Center - Executive Director

Seattle, Washington, United States | Full-time | Partially remote

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Position Profile

The Organization

Jubilee Women’s Center (Jubilee) opened in the fall of 1983 and is believed to be Seattle’s first transitional home for women. Jubilee offers residents a supportive housing community in which to heal from crisis and domestic abuse and get back on their feet. Jubilee supports each woman to find her best self, explore possibilities for her future, and connect her with opportunities to achieve her goals.

Jubilee’s program takes a holistic approach to working with women and their goals. Jubilee starts by assessing where participants are in 12 key development areas. Together, they identify what participants need to overcome barriers, build resiliency, and maintain long-term stability - and Jubilee will walk with them along the way. Jubilee offers community services to low-income women including referrals, a free boutique, office and computer lab access, and courses to develop skills in technology, communications, money management, and employment preparation.

Jubilee’s residential program gives program participants the stability and time they need to heal, grow, and rebuild their lives over the course of up to two years. At Jubilee’s four residences, participants will find safe and affordable housing, learning opportunities, employment preparation, and guidance from care managers as the program participant works toward a living wage career and independent housing.

Mission: Jubilee Women’s Center supports women experiencing poverty to build stable and fulfilling futures, one extraordinary woman at a time.

Led by the guiding principle that women of all races and cultures are to be treated with respect and dignity, Jubilee provides programs and services that empower women to make positive life changes.

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Statement:

Jubilee Women’s Center assists all individuals without discrimination, and treats them with respect, integrity, and dignity. In the broadest sense, Jubilee Women’s Center intends to relieve pain and suffering, lessen oppression, meet basic human needs, and promote justice, equality, and diversity. At the heart of every one of our social service programs lies one of these major principles. They guide our individual efforts and inform the thousands of small-scale decisions and interactions Jubilee Women’s Center is a part of every day.

The Position / Your Role

In collaboration with Jubilee’s 11-member Board of Directors and staff team, the Executive Director (ED) is responsible for the overall strategic and operational leadership of the organization. The ED currently has six direct reports: the Facilities Director, Finance Director, Occupancy Specialist, Program Director, Development Director, and Operations & Data Manager. In addition to overseeing the internal functions of the organization, the ED will be the organization’s ambassador and public face in the community.

The ED oversees a $1.3M budget and total staff of 11.

Compensation & Benefits

Jubilee Women’s Center strives to provide competitive and equitable compensation and benefits to all employees.

The starting salary range for this position is $140,000 - $150,000.

The comprehensive benefits package includes:

·        Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance (90% employer paid)

·        401(k) Retirement Plan

·        13 paid holidays per year

·        Vacation leave accrual, starting at 15 days in the first year

·        Paid sick leave accrual, 12 days per year

To Be Considered

The position is open until filled, with a priority deadline of March 1, 2024.

Candidate materials are reviewed on an on-going basis and initial interviews will begin by mid-February. Please submit a resume and a two-page (or less) cover letter addressed to Board President, Rosemary Dunigan

You may direct questions to Ed Rogan at ed@valtasgroup.com or 206.697.8428 or Emily Lee at emily@valtasgroup.com or 425.298.5855.

Jubilee Women’s Center is committed to providing equal opportunity for all employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, sexual orientation, disability, political affiliation, personal appearance, family responsibilities, matriculation, or any other characteristic protected under federal, state, or local law. Each person is evaluated based on personal skill and merit. We strongly encourage applications from women, people of color, immigrants, refugees, people with disabilities, members of the LGBTQ community, and other underrepresented and historically marginalized groups.