WICA Announces Search To Replace Retiring Executive Director Stacie Burgua

WICA Announces Search To Replace Retiring Executive Director Stacie BurguaWhidbey Island Center for the Arts (WICA), the community arts center serving South Whidbey, is seeking a new Executive Director to succeed longtime ED Stacie Burgua, who intends to retire the end of August.

"Replacing Stacie constitutes a major institutional challenge for us," said Jon Wilbert, WICA Board Chairman. "It won't be easy filling her shoes. Her historical knowledge of WICA productions and commitment to community engagement has been enormously beneficial to WICA."

The ideal candidate will have at least a bachelor's degree or equivalent and five years of significant executive experience. An emphasis on at least some aspects of the performing arts is desired, as is some experience in the nonprofit arena.

Demonstrated acumen in internal and financial management is important, along with a proven ability to represent the organization effectively to the outside community through outstanding verbal and written communication skills. A demonstrated fund-raising capability would be a plus.

For a complete job description, including responsibilities and desired qualifications, please visit...www.wicaonline.org/employment.

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