Executive Director Search Open for the Indiana Association for the Education of Young Children

Executive Director, INAEYC - Are you passionate about serving members and elevating early childhood education? Since our founding, the Indiana Association for the Education of Young Children (INAEYC) has relentlessly pursued our mission – to support and promote quality care and education for all young children, birth through age eight, in Indiana.

INAEYC is seeking our next Executive Director, a humble, confident, member-focused and visionary leader who can build on the organization’s success. For 60 years, INAEYC has been the statewide leader in supporting early education member professionals across all sectors, from home childcare, childcare centers and religious-based childcare, to higher education instruction and research. INAEYC is the largest affiliate of the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), a testimony to our innovation and success.

This opening is created by the retirement of a successful, twenty-six-year leader. With a staff of 53 and an annual budget of $10 mil, the association has over 3000 early education professionals as members, across the state. The association’s primary efforts are directed toward supporting members in professional development, workforce development, accreditation, and scholarships.

This is an exciting time for INAEYC and its next Executive Director. The organization has a tenured and highly qualified staff who are committed to supporting the members. A quote from a member of the leadership team:

“We treat our members as the professionals they are. We work for them.”

The ideal candidate will have varied experience ranging from classroom teaching to leadership and administration in multiple settings in education, government, and/or nonprofits. The organization is primarily funded by state and federal grants, so advocacy and public policy play a critical role in sustaining and growing our work and impact.

Learn more about INAEYC at www.INAEYC.org and see the job posting and apply here.

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