Position: Executive Director Tradeswomen, Inc. Oakland California
Beginning date: July I, 2008 or when position filled.
Salary: $45-50,000 plus benefits. Full-time position

Experience:
Organizational, program development and event management skills essential. Grant writing and fund raising experience highly desired. Commitment to increasing women’s opportunities in construction is mandatory. Experience with construction, unions and/or apprenticeship programs a plus.

Self-motivated, able to work individually and as part of a team. Strong communication skills-oral and written. Good computer skills.

Responsible for:
Overall leadership of staff, consultants and volunteers in the development and implementation of short and long range plans and policies and other activities.

The financial management of the corporation, including the development and implementation of the annual budget

The development, implementation, and accomplishment of the annual work plan of the organization as approved by the Board of Directors.

Liaison with organizations, such as unions and apprenticeship programs, pre-apprenticeship programs, community groups, government agencies, schools and those offering recruitment and retention opportunities for women in the trades.

Providing information, advice, support and counsel to the Board of Directors and Board Committees in the creation of policies, programs, and strategic direction of the organization.

Administration of overall operation of the organization, including: reviewing and evaluating the results of program activities, ensuring that continuing contractual obligations are being fulfilled; allocating resources for greater program effectiveness and efficiency.

Application: Please send cover letter and resume to: personnel@tradeswomen.org. Applications processed upon receipt

TWI is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.

Tradeswomen, Inc. has been a support and advocacy organization for women in the building trades since 1979. TWI’s mission is to increase the number of women working in the building trades and to ensure that they can thrive in their construction careers. The three keys to achieving this goal are:

  • Recruitment: Inform women and girls about trades career opportunities, targeting women in low income communities;
  • Retention: Provide support services needed to enable women to stay in the trades – especially mentoring, child care, support networks, and eliminating sexual harassment and discrimination;
  • Leadership Development: Provide women with the skills to advance on the job and in their unions and in other ways; create tradeswomen forums to enact policy reforms that will enhance recruitment and retention; help train women in leadership roles within TWI
 

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