Brooklyn Heights Association Seeks New Executive Director

With thirty year veteran Judy Stanton retiring August 31, the Brooklyn Heights Association has begun its search for a new Executive Director to “help lead a visible and highly effective community organization at a pivotal moment in its history.” Candidates should have a masters degree and experience in urban planning, historic preservation, communications, nonprofit management, public policy or–ideally–some combination of these. At least three years of management experience is essential, as is some background in dealing with New York City government. Salary is commensurate with experience. The application deadline is March 31; more information is here.

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  • Reggie

    “Salary is commensurate with experience.” I heard it will be the other way around, that the BHA will hire the candidate with the most experience who is willing to work for what the organization wants to pay.

  • johnny cakes

    Isn’t that what every company does? Probably doesn’t offer any benefits either. And it is a tough, tough job. How could anyone keep a group like that happy? It could be impossible.

  • Reggie

    I suppose you are right. The scales have fallen from my eyes. (Not to be confused with Claude.) Apologies for sounding like I just moved here from Oberlin.

  • Mark on Middagh

    Incredibly large shoes to fill – – Judy will be missed.

  • Heights Correspondent 1

    Are we allowed to place names
    Into nomination here?

  • Andrew Porter

    I understand her assistant, Irene, will also be retiring a year or so after Judy does.