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Chief Executive Officer - Allegheny County Library Association (PA) The Allegheny County Library Association (ACLA) seeks an energetic, innovative, diplomatic, and equity-focused individual to serve as its next Chief Executive Officer and guide the organization to new levels of success, growth, and service to its residents and member libraries. Established in 1994, the ACLA is a federated library system of 46 independent public libraries made up of municipal department, municipal authority, and 501(c)(3)s. With more than 70 locations, ACLA is led by a 9-member governing Board, which is appointed by geographic regions, the Librarians Advisory Council, the Allegheny Regional Asset District (RAD), and at-large seats appointed by the Board. ACLA's $12.5 million budget is a combination of $4.5 million in state funds, $6.7 million from RAD, along with government and foundation grants and employs 13 FTE. The suburban libraries income - as a collective - is comprised of 66% local, 23% RAD and 11% State funding. To its member libraries, ACLA provides consulting, compliance, Bookmobile, accounting, professional development, advocacy, capacity building and partnership development services. With a strong foundation of cooperation and collaboration already in place, this unique organizational structure will provide a wealth of engagement and opportunity for a passionate library professional to further the work on equity, diversity and inclusion in the region. The Association's mission is to provide and promote the highest quality public library service possible for all residents of Allegheny County through collaboration, cooperation and coordination. Key initiatives include execution of a completed strategic plan; developing programs and policies to address diversity, equity and inclusion goals; securing and maintaining sustainable funding for the consortium; further developing shared services; maintaining or building new relationships throughout the County, and strengthening the collaborative relationship between ACLA, CLP and eiNetwork. Situated amongst the hills and river valleys of Allegheny County and Greater Pittsburgh (one of America's Most Livable Cities), the region boasts some of the most diverse landscape in the United States. Outdoor enthusiasts
Chief Executive Officer - Allegheny County Library Association (PA) The Allegheny County Library Association (ACLA) seeks an energetic, innovative, diplomatic, and equity-focused individual to serve as its next Chief Executive Officer and guide the organization to new levels of success, growth, and service to its residents and member libraries. Established in 1994, the ACLA is a federated library system of 46 independent public libraries made up of municipal department, municipal authority, and 501(c)(3)s. With more than 70 locations, ACLA is led by a 9-member governing Board, which is appointed by geographic regions, the Librarians Advisory Council, the Allegheny Regional Asset District (RAD), and at-large seats appointed by the Board. ACLA's $12.5 million budget is a combination of $4.5 million in state funds, $6.7 million from RAD, along with government and foundation grants and employs 13 FTE. The suburban libraries income - as a collective - is comprised of 66% local, 23% RAD and 11% State funding. To its member libraries, ACLA provides consulting, compliance, Bookmobile, accounting, professional development, advocacy, capacity building and partnership development services. With a strong foundation of cooperation and collaboration already in place, this unique organizational structure will provide a wealth of engagement and opportunity for a passionate library professional to further the work on equity, diversity and inclusion in the region. The Association's mission is to provide and promote the highest quality public library service possible for all residents of Allegheny County through collaboration, cooperation and coordination. Key initiatives include execution of a completed strategic plan; developing programs and policies to address diversity, equity and inclusion goals; securing and maintaining sustainable funding for the consortium; further developing shared services; maintaining or building new relationships throughout the County, and strengthening the collaborative relationship between ACLA, CLP and eiNetwork. Situated amongst the hills and river valleys of Allegheny County and Greater Pittsburgh (one of America's Most Livable Cities), the region boasts some of the most diverse landscape in the United States. Outdoor enthusiasts
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