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Posted: 09/06/2013

Main Street Arkansas

Assistant Director
Professional Opportunity
Little Rock, AR

Assists the Director in all aspects of downtown revitalization program development and implementation, coordinates workshops and seminars; provides technical assistance to designated Main Street & Arkansas Downtown Network cities, working with local program directors and non-profit boards in the areas of organization, promotion, design and economic development; and developing and presenting Main Street presentations throughout the state.  

Needed skills include organization and management ability; communication skills, both written and verbal; experience in architectural design and historic preservation issues; marketing and promotional; economic development background; urban planning, ability to work with diverse groups.  Expereince working in various social media platforms. 

Experience in downtown revitalization, community development, non-profit management, non-profit fundraising, non-profit board development, volunteer management, and public speaking experience a plus.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: The formal education equivalent of a bachelors degree in public administration, general business, planning, architecture or a related field; plus three years experience in planning, research, or a related field.  Prefer: Two years experience in downtown revitalization or work with not-for-profits.  

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How to apply
For complete job description and to apply, please go to www.arstatejobs.com
Greg Phillips
Phone: 501-324-9887
323 Center Street, Suite 1500
Little Rock, AR 72201

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