Montana Career Opportunity - Executive Director Economic Development - Montana Business Assistance Connection
|December 9, 2007||View for printing|
We have an immediate opening for the Executive Director (head of staff) for our multi-county economic development organization.
This is an exciting opportunity for candidates who have prepared themselves for corporate and community leadership challenges. MBAC is a fast growing, job creating, non-profit corporation with a nine year history of service in Montana . The Executive Director of MBAC is considered to be a “key” partner in the planning and growth of the communities and counties we serve. Initiative is the critical component in successfully filling this position.
Look over the attached job description, see if you have an interest in the job and see if your work history qualifies you to apply.
If you meet the job qualifications, we want to know your complete work history and any other information you wish to provide us. Give us a minimum of four professional references including your immediate past supervisor and/or your current supervisor and public and private community leaders you have worked with in the past year. If you become a finalist (in the final group for consideration) we will contact those references as well as conduct a personal investigation.
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All information must be supplied by email to Bob Fusie, MBAC Board President at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Monday, October 22, 2007.
We want you to do the same careful investigation of MBAC. Please call up our web site, http://www.mbac.biz and make other calls as you wish. If you meet the qualifications and are seriously considering applying but want further details, you are welcome to call Bob Fusie at 1 (406) 431-4906.
To veiw the Executive Director Position Description please click here - Job Description http://www.mbac.biz/media/Ex_Dir_200 ... ription.doc
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