The ideal candidate for Executive Director will be a dynamic, creative and organized professional who is willing to lead, learn, and grow with a vibrant non-profit organization that is a part of the fabric of the Central Minnesota arts community.

HOURS: Full but flexible time, employees are expected to take full PTO available to them. Occasional evenings and weekends required (concerts and events). Fewer hours in summer.

LOCATION: Office located in the Paramount Center for the Arts in St. Cloud, with flexible work schedule both in office and from home available. Some location work for concerts and events.

TERMS: Salaried, exempt employee position. The Executive Director reports directly to the Board of Directors. Compensation commensurate with experience in the range of $40K - $45k, with opportunity for increases based on key performance indicators and successful reviews over the first two years. Annual contract renewed by the Board of Directors. 

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:  The Executive Director plays a vital role in the Youth Chorale of Central Minnesota and is responsible for providing comprehensive management of the organization’s operations, finances, community presence, and interactions.  In collaboration with the YCCM Artistic Director, the Executive Director works to implement a dynamic vision for a cohesive vibrant organization.


1. Operations. The Executive Director will be responsible for the coordination of concerts and events, oversee singer/family record management, and office management. The Executive Director will also manage and collaborate with a large corps of volunteer leaders serving the organization.

2. Development/Finance. The Executive Director will pursue diverse funding sources and secure grants, manage budgeting and financial operations, and collaborate with the Artistic Director and Board of Directors for long-term strategic planning of the organization.

3. Community Engagement. The Executive Director should feel comfortable managing media outlets and advertising, be able to facilitate relationships with other arts organizations, and interact with local businesses and community organizations. Together with the Artistic Director, the Executive Director will foster and develop strong relationships with singers’ families. 

More details, such as qualifications, experience, and timeline, can be found in the full position announcement.

TO APPLY:  Email letter of interest, resume, and three professional references (recommendation letters encouraged) to:

Questions can be sent to or calling/texting 320-281-9226.