The Wellness Council is seeking a new Executive Director!

Executive Director: The Wellness Council of Sheridan County is seeking a dynamic self-starter to direct all operations of the Wellness Council including community needs assessments, fundraising, and program planning, implementation, and evaluation. The successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree relevant to the position, excellent communication skills, and strong experience in fundraising and marketing. This is a full-time position but part-time might be considered for an exceptional candidate. For more information email Kentz Willis at

WC ED Job Description (approved 3.14.14)








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