Addison County PCC Executive Co-Director Job Opportunity

The Addison County Parent/Child Center (ACPCC) is seeking a new Co-Director to lead this well-known and highly respected non-profit located in Middlebury, Vermont.

Founded in 1980, the ACPCC is a member of the Vermont Parent Child Center Network dedicated to providing family support services, therapeutic childcare and education, prevention and support for youth, adults and children in Addison County.

This is a great opportunity for an energetic and engaged community leader who is passionate about making a difference in the community by leading an organization in a co-directorship model. The successful candidate will possess strong communication skills, a team-oriented work style, a passion for working with families and children, and a dedication to social justice issues. The candidate will have experience working with human services and state agencies, experience in all aspects of human resource and personnel management and experience in managing and overseeing data collections and analysis. Candidates must also demonstrate understanding of financial management of multiple funding streams and fund development.

Preference will be given to candidates with a graduate degree in social work, nonprofit management, education, or a related field.

For more information, including a full job description, please contact Donna Bailey at

Interested applicants are expected to submit their letter of interest, resume, and contact information by April 30, 2018, sent by regular mail to: ACPCC Search Committee, P.O. Box 646 Middlebury, VT 05753 or by email to:

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