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To do our best to protect the population we serve, and to provide a safe working environment for our staff, WestSide Baby employees are required to comply per Public Health and CDC guidance with COVID-19 vaccination requirements outlined in our internal policies as a condition of employment.

Executive Director
Posted: January 2023

WestSide Baby is seeking an Executive Director (ED) who is a highly motivated leader and big-picture thinker able to advance our vision and ensure that WestSide Baby continues to partner with community members and partner agencies to further mission reach. This will be achieved by the sustained growth of service delivery, advocacy, capacity building, and continually improving infrastructure to expand mission reach. The ED, in partnership with the Board of Directors, will lead the effort to further strategic initiatives that deepen our impact and lead the organization into its next phase of growth and sustainability.

This is a full-time, 40 hours a week, exempt salaried employee position at our White Center, Seattle office. Salary range is between $145,000 – $155,000 annualized, depending on experience; generous benefit and PTO package.

To Apply

WestSide Baby is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to building a team representing the community we serve at all levels.

Please email your resume and cover letter including a personal statement expressing how the mission of WestSide Baby aligns with your personal and professional goals to [email protected].

WestSide Baby values diverse perspectives and life experiences. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our staff, clients, volunteers, subcontractors, vendors, and clients. We encourage individuals of all backgrounds to apply including people of color, immigrants, refugees, LGBTQ, women, people with disabilities, and veterans. As an organization, we collaborate closely with many different communities around King County and value an equitable organizational structure that can contribute to equitable access to basic essentials for children.