Executive Director Destination Angels Camp (DAC)
Destination Angels Camp is a 501(c)(3) non-profit California corporation dedicated to enhancing and improving the economic vitality of the City of Angels, California. It was created as a Public-Private Partnership with the City of Angels to facilitate the City’s economic development activities.
The all-volunteer Board of Directors consists of both public and private sector members. The Board has the authority to hire and terminate the Executive Director.
The Board currently meets every other month, or as needed.
The Executive Committee consists of certain members of the Board of Directors. The Executive Committee has the authority to work closely with the Executive Director and provide direction as needed. The Executive Committee currently meets once a month, or as needed.
The Advisory Committee consists of businesses who have financially contributed to the operation of DAC. The Advisory Committee currently meets twice a year.
The Executive Director is the Chief Executive Officer of the organization. The Executive Director is responsible for day-to-day operations of the organization.
· Provide efficient administrative direction for the organization
· Assist existing Angels Camp businesses in efforts to maintain and expand their business opportunities
· Take action to attract and assist the establishment of new businesses within Angels Camp
· Prepare an annual budget for approval by the Executive Committee and Board of Directors, and monitor the organization’s expenditures and revenue during the budget year
· Supervise and provide guidance to DAC’s paid employees and volunteers
· Take action to implement programs and decisions approved by the Executive Committee or Board of Directors
· Assume an active role in representing DAC with the residents, businesses and City government
· Other duties as assigned by the Executive Committee and Board of Directors
The ideal candidate is a proven leader experienced in business development. Education and prior experience in economic development is highly desirable. A proven track of business development and sustainability, with strong analytical skills to identify opportunities and a vision for implementation is needed.
The Executive Director must exhibit initiative and be a self-starter.
Strong communication skills are important. The Executive Director must be able to communicate and work well with others, including existing and new businesses, other organizations, elected officers and City staff.
Sufficient computer skills to effectively communicate with others, and to manage web based and Facebook activities.
Overall, the Executive Director must be a team player and a creative problem solver.
Compensation and Benefits
· The Executive Director is an at-will management position that serves at the pleasure of the Board of Directors
· The Executive Director has flexibility in managing his/her work schedule. The position is expected to average 24 to 30 hours of work per week.
· Compensation shall be established by the Board of Directors. The position does not receive any benefits, i.e., paid vacation, sick or other types of leave, nor is it part of any retirement system, 401K or similar retirement compensation program. No health insurance is provided.
· Direct business expenses shall be reimbursed with approval by the Treasurer or Chair. Use of a private vehicle shall be reimbursed at the current IRS rate.