CHESTERTOWN — After four years of service and playing a key role in revitalizing the Main Street Chestertown program, Kay MacIntosh is retiring in June.
The board of directors of Main Street Historic Chestertown is seeking a highly organized, detail-oriented, self-starting individual for its full-time executive director position, according to a news release.
Candidates should express their interest no later than April 15 by submitting a cover letter, résumé and references to email@example.com.
The executive director is responsible for the management, coordination, administration, documentation and implementation of Main Street Chestertown’s revitalization program.
The day-to-day operations include but are not limited to: managing the organization’s grant and fundraising program; coordinating the activity of all affiliated committees, volunteers and work teams; working collaboratively with Main Street District property and business owners, the network of Maryland Main Street programs and local government and partner agencies; representing and advocating for Main Street at public forums; handling and supervising the design of marketing campaigns; and planning and coordinating community and fundraising events.
The ideal candidate is a proven leader experienced in business development, the release states. Education and prior experience in economic development or nonprofit administration are highly desirable.
The executive director must be able to communicate and work well with others, including existing and new businesses, other local partner organizations and elected officials, and have excellent technology and social media skills.
For the complete job posting, visit www.mainstreetches tertown.org/employment.