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Posted: 03/25/2014

City of Grayling

DDA-GMS of the City of Grayling

Main Street Manager
Professional Opportunity
Grayling, MI
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Grayling Main Street Manager Employment Ad


The Grayling DDA/Main Street Program is accepting applications for a full-time Manager.  The Main Street Manager will be responsible for coordinating downtown revitalization activities for the City of Grayling, a northern Michigan community, using the Main Street Four-Point Approach.  Applicants should have education and/or experience in one or more of the following areas:  commercial district management, economic development, finance, public relations, marketing, land use planning, volunteer or non-profit management, retailing, architecture, historic preservation and/or small business development.  Bachelors degree preferred.  The Manager must be entrepreneurial, energetic, well organized and capable of functioning in an independent and often stressful environment.  Excellent verbal and written communications skills are essential.  Salary range is $30,000 - $35,000 plus benefits.  Full job description and other resource materials are available at www.cityofgrayling.org.
Complete application package must be received no later than 5:00pm on Monday, April 7, 2014.


How to apply
Submit resume, letter of interest, application from website, salary requirements, and three references to Grayling Main Street/City of Grayling, 1020 City Blvd, PO Box 549, Grayling, MI, 49738; or via email to GMS@cityofgrayling.org.
Phone: 989-348-2131
Fax: 989-348-6758
1020 City Blvd
PO Box 549
Grayling, MI 49738

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