Main Street Medina Executive Director
Main Street Medina is seeking an Executive Director to join our team committed to making Medina the premier small-town destination in Ohio. The organization is affiliated with both the Main Street America and Heritage Ohio programs and has recently developed a multi-year strategy which will help drive the organization to new heights in the coming years. Main Street Medina has a significant slate of featured events in Medina that highlight our Historic District and our up-and-coming South town area. We are seeking a dynamic leader to take the lead in overseeing the staff and engaging with the Board of Directors, and numerous committees. Please review the job description to learn more about the role, and experience and qualifications we are seeking.
This position will offer a salary starting at $55,000 annually based on a chosen candidate’s prior non-profit work experience. Ideally, we are seeking a candidate with non-profit experience demonstrating prior leadership, fund development, event planning, and a significant emphasis on engaging with community constituents. Main Street Medina is also very proud to be able to offer a benefits package with contribution to health plan, retirement savings, and paid time off. To be considered for this role, please email your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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