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.
Brooklyn Heights Association Seeks New Executive Director
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