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Executive Director Posted Mar 04
Northwest Ultimate Association (DiscNW) , Seattle, WA (Seattle Metro area)
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The Northwest Ultimate Association (DiscNW) is a growing and dynamic 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in Seattle. We organize ultimate frisbee leagues, tournaments, camps, and clinics throughout the year for youth and adult players. The mission of DiscNW is to serve our vibrant community as a regional resource, promote the sport of Ultimate, and instill the spirit of sportsmanship at all levels of play.

The Executive Director (ED) is the key link from staff to the Board of Directors and is responsible for the financial and operational success of all DiscNW programs. The ED organizes ultimate programs in the Seattle metro area and manages three full-time staff members, two part-time contractors, and dozens of volunteers. DiscNW recently finished a strategic plan to help guide the organization from 2017-2019. The new ED will carry out our plan of “Strengthening Our Community” by building community relationships, improving upon and delivering excellent programs, and devoting resources to organizational resilience.

This job is full-time, exempt employment with flexible working arrangements. Candidates must reside in the Seattle area. Evening and weekend work are required. DiscNW is seeking a leader who is independent, quick-learning, and motivated to sustain and grow the organization and the sport of Ultimate.

Salary range is $60-70k, with flexibility depending on experience
Potential for a performance-based bonus
Paid time off
Eligible for reimbursements for health and dental insurance

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DiscNW values diversity in our programs and encourage women and minorities to apply