CMC Seeking New Executive Director
August 11, 2015 — Since 1996, the Community Mediation Center, a 501(c)(3) Montana non-profit corporation, has been providing mediation services to the Bozeman community and surrounding counties. CMC is searching for a new Executive Director to oversee the organization’s programs and fundraising efforts. This is a part-time position, approximately 24 hours per week, with the possibility to move to full time in the future. The salary for this position is $25,000.
We are looking for someone who:
- has a heart for building consensus through respectful dialogue;
- has a desire to serve the community;
- will enjoy working in a collaborative manner with staff, the Board of Directors, clients and volunteers;
- is self-directed;
- possesses administrative and fundraising abilities.
If this describes you, please see the complete job description for further information and to learn how to apply for this position.
Changes at CMC
August 10, 2015 — This is an exciting time at CMC as key personnel fulfill personal goals and follow their career paths to new opportunities.
- For the past 12 years, current Executive Director, Connie Campbell, has grown the organization’s programs, and has built a solid core of volunteer mediators. Connie has requested a move to the Program Coordinator position as a first step toward retirement, and to focus on the growing demand for overseeing family mediations.
- We also bid fond farewell to current Program Coordinator, Lynn Holsinger, who is returning to full-time teaching, and who will become the Peer Mediation coordinator at Bozeman High.
The CMC board supports Connie’s and Lynn’s career choices and looks forward to continued growth in fulfilling the mission of CMC.
New Online Intake Form
December 22, 2014 — This program is intended to empower couples to work together directly to resolve their differences during their dissolution, rather than relying on more costly (and adversarial) legal services. Mediations provide a safe, structured setting facilitated by a neutral third party, which gives couples who are unable to reach agreement a chance to take their children's best interests to heart and find an effective solution. Studies have shown that children who grow up with regular contact with both parents are happier, achieve more at school, and develop better emotional and social skills.
For those seeking this service, we now have an online form.
Please take the time to fill this out completely.
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