Enrich Chicago seeks an experienced administrator to conceptualize, develop, fund, implement and evaluate a range of anti-racism initiatives across the Chicago arts ecology. Job responsibilities include collaborative institutional leadership; facilitation of anti-racism workshops, affinity gatherings and identity caucuses; tracking and reporting programmatic data; fundraising; public speaking. Successful candidates should have community organizing, networking and relationship building skills; strong communication skills; experience facilitating popular education and/or democratic decision-making; experience supervising staff; business management skills. The Co-Director directly addresses the dynamic of systemic racism and white supremacy culture on a daily basis – a nuanced approach to these issues, gained through lived experience, is essential. The salary range is $90,000 - $100,000, plus a benefits package. To apply, please view full job posting at enrichchi.org and respond by March 15, 2021. ALAANA/BIPOC people, trans and gender nonconforming people, people from poor and working class backgrounds, and women are encouraged to apply.