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Executive Director

Job Title:   Executive Director of Historic Downtown Snohomish Association

Salary:       $54,000 with room for advancement

Type:         W-2, full time, flexible hours with need for weekday, weekend and evening hours

The Historic Downtown Snohomish Association (HDSA) is the official recognized organization dedicated to the revitalization of Downtown Snohomish.  We are a volunteer-driven and volunteer-based 501c3 nonprofit organization. Our mission is to promote, preserve, and improve the downtown historic district as the heart and soul of the City of Snohomish.  We are a small organization looking to grow into a fully accredited Mainstreet program and are seeking an Executive Director to help us reach our goal. 

Essential Job Functions:

  • Provide leadership and coordinate the activities of the HDSA.

  • Provide guidance and assistance to the Board and committees to facilitate effective functioning and organizational growth.

  • Facilitate communication between all parts of the organization, Board, committees, members, and volunteers.

  • Manage administrative aspects of the HDSA, including document preparation, record keeping, strategic planning and budgeting, as well as personnel management.

  • Represent the organization in an official capacity and attend occasional meetings outside the organization

  • Coordinate (cross-)promotional activities that attract people to the historic district.

  • Have knowledge of existing funding opportunities, including publicly funded grants and develop additional funding sources.

  • Maintain existing and develop new, strong collaborative relationships with stakeholders and interest groups involved in the historic district.

  • Promote the work of the organization through education and awareness programs.

  • Work with the city to track the economic revitalization efforts in the historic district.


Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Strong management skills and the ability to maintain effective working relationships with diverse groups.

  • Strong organizational skills and ability to work in an independent environment.

  • Strong writing skills as they relate to communications, content development, reports and grants.

  • Strong computer skills as they relate to document preparation, social media and internet content management, marketing material development and accounting.

  • Effective interpersonal skills, including conflict resolution.

  • Display professionalism and ethical conduct.

  • Knowledge of best practices for 501 (c) (3) operation, government funds/grant administration and basic accounting principles.

Please apply by March 25, 2022


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