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Posted: 05/05/2010

Employer
Dandridge Community Trust, Corp.

The Dandridge Community Trust is the 501c3 nonprofit that operates the Main Street Program for the Town of Dandridge. We were initially certified in 2006 by the State of TN and the National Trust.


Position
Executive Director
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Dandridge, TN
Details
$12/ hour
 

Currently this is a part-time 20 hour per week position. Minimum requirements are an undergraduate degree, excellent people and communication skills, and computer experience (MS Office, e-newsletter programs, etc.). Reports to 15-member board, and coordinates weekly with the board President. Works with Main Street committees to accomplish work plan and grant requirements, works with Treasurer on financial coordination, maintains a good relationship with the Town administration, and works with businesses in historic downtown project area. Coordinates with other organizations such as the Chamber of Commerce and our merchants association. Helping with fundraising and membership activities is important to the potential of full-time employment. Works with Board on Annual Recertification. Attends quarterly training sessions for Main Street Managers sponsored by the Tennessee Main Street program and represents the Dandridge Community Trust

OPen until
05/27/2010

How to apply
Send letter of interest and resume to office@mainstreetdandridge.com or by USPS mail to Dandridge Community Trust, P. O. Box 1382, Dandridge, TN 37725, See Fax number below.
Barbara Garrow
Phone: (865) 368-9097
Fax: (865) 397-3977
ADDRESS
P. O. Box 1382
Dandridge, TN 37725

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