As announced at the CTA Annual Meeting on November 4th, Executive Director Amy Kelsey will be leaving in the spring of 2018. In preparing for this leadership transition, our search committee is now accepting applications for a dynamic and practical Executive Director. Given the size of the organization and diverse nature of the E.D.’s responsibilities, the optimal candidate will bring a strategic and creative mindset, superb communication & organizational skills, a collaborative leadership style, and the ability to directly manage and contribute to a number of operational areas. They will also have an appreciation for the organization’s history, passion for stewarding its mission, and vision for furthering the CTA’s leadership in the future sustainability of the Catamount Trail and Vermont’s expanding network of winter backcountry trails and terrain.
If the above description speaks to you – AND you love working and playing in Vermont’s beautiful mountains, woods and fields in all weather – we’d love to hear from you!
To apply for this role, kindly submit a cover letter and resume to the attention of the search committee at EDSearch@catamounttrail.org Applications will be evaluated on an ongoing basis for interviews with the search committee during December and January. The CTA board of directors intends to select a new Executive Director in February of 2018.
The Catamount Trail Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer.