Executive Assistant
Posted Date: 5/22/18 | Close Date: 6/5/18

The Executive Assistant is the principal partner to the CEO in executing the leadership and stewardship of the vision and mission of the Center for Economic Inclusion. She/he is responsible for building the strongest most supportive working relationship possible that honors the CEO’s values and vision for the organization and her scope of work to create optimal conditions for success. The Executive Assistant serves as the primary point of contact for internal and external constituencies on all matters. The Executive Assistant also serves as a liaison to the board of directors and senior management team. The Executive Assistant oversees a very demanding, and rapidly changing calendar for the CEO, utilizing an agreed upon set of goals and priorities to assess each request and opportunity. The ideal individual is a highly experienced executive assistant, a creative problem solver who enjoys informed autonomy, and a strong partnership with the CEO. Knowing that her/his gifts and talent are having a significant impact on not only the organization, but the entire region.

Associate Director of Employer Cultivation
Posted Date: 5/22/18 | Close Date: 6/5/18

The Associate Director’s goal is to close regional and place-based employment and wage gaps by building stronger pipelines for talent attraction from under-recruited communities. The Associate Director of Employer Cultivation is responsible for helping to achieve racial equity in employment, income and wealth by building a brand for strong talent attraction among a network of nurtured employer relationships with senior level executives and human resources leaders. The Associate Director will leverage those relationships with private and public sector employers to build referral connections with employment service providers, educators and training providers serving unemployed individuals and low income communities of color.

North@Work Manager
Posted Date: 5/23/18  | Close Date: 6/7/18

The North@Work Manager reports to the Director of Workforce Innovation and is responsible for leading and evaluating the collective impact workforce development model designed to connect 2,000 African American Northside men to employment by 2021 and dramatically increasing opportunities for income and wealth building for African American men in North Minneapolis. The Manager will continue to scale this model, now entering year 3 by managing a comprehensive pay-for-performance model with over ten community-based organizations that deliver a range of employment services and supports to prepare and equip men for meaningful, living wage employment, and employers to be engaging, inclusive employers. As the principal for this program, the Manager will partner with his/her peers within the Center, contracted partners, and a broad network of cross-sector leaders and organizations to fulfill the ambitious North@Work goal. 


Unless otherwise noted, to apply for position openings, submit a cover letter, resume, and 3 professional references to by the close date. No calls, please.


The Center for Economic Inclusion is an Equal Opportunity employer.
Candidates of color and/or from underrepresented communities are encouraged to apply.