Cambridge Area Chamber of Commerce President – Cambridge, Ohio
The Cambridge Area Chamber of Commerce is seeking a dynamic and visionary leader to fill the role of President. The President will report to the Board of Directors. The President is the Chamber’s full-time staff executive, leading the strategic mission and vision of the organization along with staff development, including HR functions and responsibilities. The President’s primary focus will be on member and community relationships, program development, marketing, and member benefit sales. The President will demonstrate knowledge of economic development principles, the region’s economy and political environment, quality of life, and marketing and branding concepts. The President will understand the opportunities and challenges to the growth and prosperity of large and small employers in the region and facilitate programs with those factors in mind.
• Bachelor’s Degree in business or related field;
• 6 years relevant experience;
• Emphasis in Chamber of Commerce or Business and Economic Development
• Residence in the Cambridge area preferred.
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For confidential consideration, please submit your resume to:
Executive Search Committee
C/O Cambridge Area Chamber of Commerce
P.O. BOX 1673
Cambridge, OH 43725
Email your resume with Executive Search Committee in the subject line to
Resumes/Applications accepted through May 31.
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