The Region 4 Workforce Board is an innovative and collaborative problem solver that promotes and supports skills development and lifelong learning as a means of achieving economic success and improving the quality of life of our citizenry.
The Region 4 Workforce Board is more than just a board. We are unrelenting builders of options to develop skills and knowledge of diverse peoples, firms, and future entrepreneurs. We envision a region where skills and knowledge are highly valued as pathways to personal wealth, as well as to unite regional economic growth. We envision a region where family values and quality of life are key parts of the fabric of our community. Our region will be known for its innovation, will be a national model for workforce development, and will be bursting with opportunity that will catalyze and transform our region’s economy.
Region 4 Local Plan Modification for review
The Workforce Innovations and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Local Plan is the primary vehicle for communicating the Local's Board's vision for the local workforce system four-year plan to develop, align, and integrate service delivery strategies consistent with the strategies in the State Strategic Workforce Plan. WIOA requires the local Workforce Development Board (WDB) to review its local plan and submit plan modifications at the end of the second year of the four-year term.
The Region 4 WIOA Local Plan Modification is available for the public to review. We invite you to review and submit comments to Roger Feldhaus, Chief Executive Officer of the Region 4 Workforce Board at [email protected] by September 15, 2022
Career Opportunity - Chief Financial Officer
Region 4 Workforce Board is seeking a Chief Financial Officer (CFO) to oversee all aspects of the financial operations for the not-for-profit organization. Reporting directly to the Executive Director, the CFO provides accounting, auditing, budgetary, operational, and programmatic support to all organization programs and activities. The CFO directly oversees and supervises the financial/accounting staff. The CFO serves as an active member of the Executive Management Team helping to develop and implement the organization’s vision and mission. The CFO plans, directs, and implements the budgetary, accounting, and financial reporting practices of the organization in support of policies established by executive management. The CFO coordinates services with banking institutions, vendors, and grantor sources. The CFO designs and implements financial reporting models to comply with organization and funding source needs.
Full time position. Bachelor's degree in accounting or equivalent of four to ten years related experience in not-for-profit accounting or auditing and working knowledge of federal and state grant funding sources. Starting salary range $65,000-$92,000 based on experience. Benefits include paid time off, holidays, benefits allowance, and Simple IRA.
Send resume to [email protected] or Region 4 Workforce Board, 976 Mezzanine Dr., Suite C, Lafayette, IN 47905