VEA seeks applicants for Executive Director – Chief Administrative Officer position

The Vancouver Education Association is seeking applicants for the position of Executive Director – Chief Administrative Officer.  A detailed job description can be found via this link. This position is anticipated to begin August 1, 2021.

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A completed VEA application is required. Applications should include all pertinent information which will be useful in determining the candidate’s qualifications for the position, and should minimally include:

  • Cover Letter to include how you will support the mission of VEA as well as actions you have taken to support these values.
  • Updated résumé reflecting qualifications for this position.
  • Signed VEA application form that includes:
    • A statement demonstrating history and/or experience working with communities of color and/or with historically underrepresented groups to enhance civil rights; experience with union activism and/or political engagement on behalf of civil rights issues.
    • A list of three additional professional references (names, address, and phone).
  • Two samples of applicant’s written communication skills (any documents are acceptable (e.g. letters, newsletters, flyers, event arbitration briefs, solely authored by the applicant); and
  • Two written professional reference letters (at least one of these should be a letter from your current employer if possible).

Applications may be obtained via the VEA website (www.vancouverea.org), email cbrown@washingtonea.org or by contacting VEA at (360) 695-3397.  The deadline for receipt of the application and requested supporting documents is on or before 5:00 PM on March 31, 2021.

The application and supporting documents may be submitted via e-mail, fax, or mail to:
Vancouver Education Association
2509 Broadway Street
Vancouver, WA 98663
Phone:  360-695-3397
Fax: 360-694-8337
cbrown@washingtonea.org

 The Vancouver Education Association is an equal employment opportunity employer. It is the desire of the Vancouver Education Association to interview applicants from an applicant/interview pool that reflects the diversity of the greater community for each vacancy as it occurs.