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🔗Executive Director

  • Full Time
  • Edenton, NC
  • 50,000.00 USD / Year
  • Applications have closed
  • Job Qualifications:
    • Undergraduate degree in a field related to historic preservation, economic development, planning, construction, design, or any field(s) that relate directly to position and previous work experience in related fields.
    • Previous experience as a manager of a Main Street Program or Downtown Revitalization program desired.
    •  Candidates must have the following characteristics: Be sensitive to design and preservation, and understand issues confronting downtown business people, property owners, public agencies, and community organizations.
    • Be entrepreneurial, energetic, imaginative, well organized, capable of functioning effectively in an independent situation, and have excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • How to Apply:

    Interested candidates should e-mail the following to DDE Board Chairman at Resume and brief (one-page maximum) a written description of why the candidate’s experience and skill set make him/her a strong candidate for this position.

    Questions may be e-mailed, please no phone calls.



  • Job benefits: Compensation package commensurate with experience
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Website Destination Downtown Edenton, Inc.

The Executive Director will be responsible for the development of the Town’s Main Street Program.  Coordinating activity within Downtown Edenton that utilizes historic preservation as an integral foundation for downtown economic development.  Coordinate program activities as well as represent the community locally, regionally, and statewide.  The Executive Director should help guide the organization as it grows and as its objectives evolve.  The position reports to the DDE Board of Directors.

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