Lackawanna River Conservation Association (LRCA)
The Lackawanna River Conservation Association (LRCA) is seeking a candidate who can easily work independently and who would be responsible for reporting to the board president and board on a routine basis. The Executive Director plays a key role in the organization’s day-to-day operations as well as long-term goals and pursuit of growth opportunities. The ability to lead and navigate through local initiatives and local politics to achieve results with the LRCA’s mission is needed. Knowledge of land and water resource conservation practices, environmental issues, current state of affairs a plus. Experience with non-profit work, grant writing and board structures is helpful.
The Board of Directors of Kennett Collaborative, formerly Historic Kennett Square, is seeking a highly motivated and entrepreneurial professional ready to lead an organization committed to collaboration and community building, to serve as its Executive Director. The Executive Director will lead, manage, plan, implement and monitor all aspects of the organization, working closely with our talented staff, the Board of Directors, merchants, community leaders, funders, and businesses to fulfill our mission by providing the organization with both vision and effective oversight. The Executive Director’s core responsibilities include non-profit management and governance, strategic planning, fundraising, strategic communications, economic development, community engagement, and management of the organization’s finances.
Borough of State College
The Planner (Redevelopment) is responsible for project management and implementation of a wide-range of redevelopment activities, including real estate, public finance and housing development. The incumbent is the main administrator of the State College Redevelopment Authority’s activities, business grant and loan programs, and other public initiatives in affordable housing, business support, and public infrastructure financing. The Planner will provide leadership in a high-performing, cross-disciplinary team, with opportunities to significantly impact the future of State College.
York County Economic Alliance
YCEA is seeking an Events Manager to provide support to the Events team for all signature and series events, including logistics and marketing for both the York County Economic Alliance and Downtown Inc, and related affiliate organizations. You must have a strong ability to multi-task, meet deadlines, work independently, and prioritize multiple projects with excellent attention to detail. You would join a department that is revenue-oriented and expected to meet or exceed budgetary goals, with the support of additional staff. The position reports to the Assistant Vice President of Events and works within the larger Event, Membership and Marketing team.
Urban Revitalization Manager
York County Economic Alliance
The Urban Revitalization Manager has the unique opportunity to leave a lasting, positive imprint in the City of York by spearheading a variety of placemaking projects within the City of York and York County. This role is the leader of Downtown Inc’s urban revitalization strategy, which includes clean and green activities, historic preservation, redevelopment, public art and mural installation and management, wayfinding, bike and pedestrian improvements, and public safety. Downtown Inc received a Great American Main Street Award and the revitalization continues to thrive, with this role supporting major projects such as development of the Codorus Creek Beautification, and the historic Yorktowne Hotel redevelopment. The Urban Revitalization Manager works within the Downtown Inc team collaborating across the YCEA organization to advance strategic economic development initiatives.
Accounting/financial/spreadsheet skills desirable, as well as: experience hosting webinars; synthesizing meeting minutes; conducting field work/ traffic counts/ Functional Classification; Highway Performance Monitoring System; and grants/contract management skills. A plus if familiar with federal/state transportation funding programs/Unified Planning Work Programs; and the geography/road-way networks of Northeastern Pennsylvania. Interest or experience in community land-use planning; greenways; and general public-sector experience also valuable.
Chestnut Hill Business District
The Chestnut Hill Business District is hiring an Executive Director to move the vision for Chestnut Hill’s Business Community forward through the implementation of the 2015 Streetscape Plan, and additional strategies to continue building a thriving business community within Philadelphia’s Garden District. The ideal candidate will have strong communication skills, retail and marketing experience, ability to manage multiple projects, and a proven track record in building partnerships and fundraising.
Public Art Program Manager
City of Lancaster
The Program Manager of Public Art and Urban Design develops, coordinates, and administers exemplary public arts and design projects, which contribute to the special landscape and public realm in the City of Lancaster and serve as unique economic and cultural assets and destination experiences for our community and its visitors.