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Company: San Diego Workforce Partnership

Position: Interim Chief Executive Officer (San Diego, California, United States, Executive, Temporary)


The San Diego Workforce Partnership is the leader for innovative workforce solutions in San Diego County. We fund and deliver job training programs that enable all job seekers to develop the skills and knowledge needed for in-demand careers. Our vision is that every business in our region has access to a skilled workforce and every job seeker has access to meaningful employment. We seek to earn trust and inspire growth in every action we take.

Position Summary

As Interim Chief Executive Officer (Interim CEO) at the Workforce Partnership your primary responsibility will be to create stability, be a servant leader and manage the business to ensure the efficient and effective delivery of workforce development services through the transition of hiring and onboarding a permanent CEO. You will be responsible for the management of the organization's resources, including personnel, finances, and programs to ensure the organization meets its mission and goals.

To be successful as an Interim CEO you should have a strong background in business operations, financial management and program management. You should also have excellent leadership and communication skills, and be able to work effectively with diverse stakeholders, including staff, board members, funders, and community partners. A passion for the organization's mission and a commitment to social justice and equity are also essential.

This is a temporary term role that will end when a permanent CEO is identified.

ABASD is part of the San Diego & Imperial SBDC Network. The network serves entrepreneurs and small businesses with low to no-cost services to support business growth.


Funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S Small Business Administration and Wells Fargo Foundation.

Funded in part through a Grant with the California Office of the Small Business Advocate.

All opinions, conclusions, and/or recommendations expressed herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the California Office of the Small Business Advocate.

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