Arlington Street Community Center Director

  • Full Time
  • Nashua
  • Applications have closed

City of Nashua

PRIMARY DUTIES: Plan, direct, and coordinate the activities of the Arlington Street Community Center (ASCC). Oversee center programs, develop and maintain the organization’s budget and adherence to policies regarding participant involvement, program requirements, and desired community benefits as approved by the City of Nashua.  Work will involve coordinating with area agencies, community partners, public school administration, city divisions and elected officials. Oversee maintenance of the building, supervision of the volunteers, and compliance with all policies set forth by the City. Position is full time, Monday through Friday 8 am to 5 pm. Grade 11, Salary dependent upon experience.

QUALIFICATIONS: A background (ideally a leadership role) in a grant-funded non-profit social services setting is preferred.  Experience that has prepared the incumbent to be self-sufficient at grant writing, grant management, and engaging varied community and governmental agencies in order to further the goals of the Community Center and sustain its presence with little financial impact on the City is critical.  A relevant Bachelor’s degree is desired.  Supervisory experience, preferably of volunteers is preferred. Ability to organize and set priorities; multitask effectively, communicate clearly and effectively orally and in writing; work autonomously; prepare clear, accurate and concise records and reports; establish and maintain effective working relationships with all levels of City management and staff; maintain confidentiality as appropriate; use tact, discretion and diplomacy in dealing with sensitive situations and concerned individuals and customers, both internal and external.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Submit cover letter, application, resume, and three professional references at: http://applitrack.com/nashua/onlineapp/

 

 

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