Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Public Policy Forum begins search for new president

The Public Policy Forum is accepting applications for the position of President. The President serves as Chief Executive and Chief Operating Officer of this Milwaukee, WI based nonprofit, nonpartisan policy research organization. Qualified candidates will be well versed in policy research and have the ability to manage a nonprofit organization and conduct development activities. The forum currently has a full-time professional staff of 6.

Click here for responsibilities and challenges of the new Public Policy Forum President.
Click here for the formal job description.
Click here for the Public Policy Forum's strategic plan.

Interested candidates should submit a resume and a cover letter outlining their qualifications and interest to Bill Haberman, chairman of the Public Policy Forum Board of Trustees. Application materials should be submitted to the search committee via e-mail at president@publicpolicyforum.org. Applications will be accepted through September 4th. The search committee will interview selected candidates and make a recommendation to the full board by the end of the year. The new president will assume the office on or about April 1, 2008 upon the departure of current president Jeff Browne.

The Public Policy Forum is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Compensation will include a salary based on background and experience and includes a generous benefit package.

Founded in 1913, the Public Policy Forum was established as a local good government watchdog. The Forum prides itself on producing nonpartisan, credible and accurate information on public policy issues that impact the local community, the state, and nation. The Forum does not advocate on behalf of specific policies.

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