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Posted: 03/07/2014

Wayne Main Street Program

Main Street Manager
Professional Opportunity
Wayne, MI
$28K - $32K

Position Available: Full-Time Main Street Manager

The Wayne Main Street Program is accepting applications for a full-time Manager. The Manager will be responsible for coordinating downtown revitalization activities for the Wayne Ripple Effect, a non-profit organization, in the city of Wayne, Michigan using the Main Street Four-Point Approach: Design, Promotion, Economic Restructuring & Organization.

Applicants should have education and/or experience in one or more of the following areas: commercial district management, economics, finance, public relations, marketing, land use planning, business administration, public administration, volunteer or non-profit administration, grant-writing, fundraising, retailing, architecture, historic preservation and/or small business development.

Bachelors degree preferred.

The Manager must be entrepreneurial, creative, energetic, well-organized and capable of functioning in an independent environment. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are essential. Salary range is $28-$32K. Read and print the full job description at www.downtownwayne.org

Equal Opportunity Employer. 

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How to apply
Complete application package must be received no later than 5:00 PM Friday March 21, 2014. Submit resume, letter of interest, employment history, three writing samples and three references via mail to: Wayne Ripple Effect 4097 4th Street, Wayne MI 48184; or as a Microsoft Word document or pdf file via e-mail to: waynerippleeffect@gmail.com
Sherrie Brindley
Phone: 7347400606
4097 4th street
Wayne, MI 48184

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