JobPath is hiring for a new Chief Executive Officer
The CEO provides executive leadership and direction to further the organization’s vision, mission, business strategy, and annual goals and objectives. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the CEO is responsible for all organizational operations including operational effectiveness and efficiency as well as fiscal management. S/he will lead by example and set clear strategies and performance goals developed in an environment of professional collaboration and trust with the Board of Directors and staff. The CEO is the lead contact for the organization in the community and is responsible for increasing and enhancing educational funding, as well as business and community partnerships.
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JobPath’s Diversity Statement
JobPath, Inc. appreciates the benefits of diversity among all areas of the organization, from our dedicated staff to those we serve and those that volunteer and support us.
We cherish and respect individuals, teams, JobPath as a whole, and all of our community stakeholders who bring their own unique capabilities, experiences, and characteristics to the program. In addition, we are inclusive of all beliefs, values, abilities, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds, personal experiences, and worldviews.
We believe that our success as an agency is a reflection of the quality and skill of all that make our program possible. JobPath commits to seeking out and retaining a highly skilled and diverse workforce, volunteer community and participants to ensure that we accomplish our mission in the most effective, efficient, and robust way possible. JobPath strives to create and foster a supportive and understanding environment in which each of our staff, volunteers and participants can realize maximum potential.
We, along with our Board of Directors, pledge to ensure that all its activities reflect and represent the strengths of the entire Southern Arizona community.
Therefore, JobPath recruits, retains and fosters participant and employee capacity regardless of race, color, ethnicity, gender and gender identification, language, age, sexual orientation, religion, socioeconomic status, physical and mental ability, marital status, family status, experience, veteran status and education level.