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Bell Boulevard, between 40th and 41st Avenues.

The Bayside Village Business Improvement District (BID) is looking for a new executive director to lead the area’s bustling business community.

The Bayside Village BID — which covers properties on Bell Boulevard from Northern Boulevard to 35th Avenue, as well as 41st Avenue from 213th Street to 214th Place — works to promote and provide services to the businesses along the busy venue. The executive director will work to ensure the BID meets its mission to create a welcoming shopping district and report to the BID’s board of directors.

Lyle Sclair previously served as the BID executive director, but moved on to another opportunity earlier this year.

The paid position entails a combination of administrative, marketing and management tasks. Among these are overseeing BID finances, representing the BID to outside stakeholders and planning and executing all special events, including the BID’s annual Sunday Stroll and Children’s Holiday Parade and Lighting.

Preferred qualifications include at least five years experience working in areas such as nonprofit organization management, large economic development programs, constituent services, urban planning or small business outreach. Applicants should have a high level of comfort using digital technology, strong writing skills and a precise understanding of city government and economic development.

A Bachelor’s degree is required; a Master’s degree in a related area is preferred. Bilingual English and Korean speaking is a plus. The position will begin no later than April 1.

Interested applicants should email their resume, along with a cover letter and salary requirements, to recruitment@baysidevillagebid [dot] com. Only qualified and considered applicants will be contacted.

For the full job listing, click here.


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