WANTED: Executive Director for community revitalization non-profit (Maryland)

Strong City Baltimore is seeking an Executive Director for the Greater Baybrook Alliance, a nonprofit organization serving communities in both northern Anne Arundel County and southern Baltimore City.

This is a full-time, 40 hour per week, exempt position with some weekends/evenings required. The Executive Director will be responsible for engaging stakeholders and advancing the mission of GBA through the implementation of community development programs and initiatives.

The Greater Baybrook Alliance (GBA) is a community development organization whose mission is to engage and empower stakeholders across Baltimore City and Anne Arundel County to revitalize the Greater Baybrook Peninsula, including Brooklyn, Brooklyn Park and Curtis Bay- through investment, collaboration, and advocacy. GBA may directly implement community development initiatives or seek out and support partners to carry out those activities.

Activities may include, but are not limited to, housing and commercial revitalization, affordable housing development, beautification programs and projects or programs to improve residents’ quality of life (such as crime and substance abuse programs, air and water quality initiatives, etc.) GBA is currently fiscally sponsored by Strong City Baltimore, while pursuing independent 501c3 status.

Interested applicants should submit (1) a letter of interest; (2) resume or CV; and (3) salary requirements to Michael Furbish at mfurbish@furbishco.com.

Minimum: $75,000.00
Maximum: $100,000.00
Details: Compensation: A competitive compensation will be offered based on experience.

Apply by: November 17, 2017
Start date: December 1, 2017

Photo of Fells Point neighborhood of Baltimore by Storm Cunningham.

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See Greater Baybrook Alliance website.

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