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Main Street Job Opportunities

The Edge Business District Association is looking for an Executive Director

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director (ED) has overall strategic and operational responsibility for the EDGE Business District Association’s staff, programs, expansion, and execution of its mission. S/he is familiar with the Main Street Four Point Approach, general knowledge of economic development principles, development of core programs, operations, development/redevelopment plans and business plans.

For more information, visit Job Description (.pdf).

The Florida Division of Historical Resources in Tallahassee is looking for an OPS Florida Main Street Assistant

The Florida Main Street Program Assistant provides program support to local historic preservation-based downtown revitalization programs. The Program Assistant must be outgoing, professional, and committed to assisting local Main Street program managers through routine contact via telephone, e-mail and in person. 

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Main Street Fort Meade in Fort Meade is looking for an Executive Director!

The Executive Director for Main Street Fort Meade should be an organized, dynamic, self-starter with an entrepreneurial spirit, capable of functioning effectively in an independent work environment.  Working in partnership with the Board of Directors, committees, city staff, and the community, the Executive Director is responsible for the coordination and oversight of the Main Street organization, focusing on the revitalization of downtown Fort Meade and the consistent achievement of its mission and objectives. 

For more information, visit: Job Description (.doc)

Historic Cocoa Village Main Street in Cocoa is looking for an Events & Communication Coordinator!

Historic Cocoa Village Main Street (HCVMS) is a nonprofit affiliate of Main Street America and Florida Main Street. The mission of HCVMS is to continue the growth of a vital, inviting commercial district through preservation-based economic development. Successful community revitalization is generated through carefully planned transformation strategies. Devised approaches are implemented specifically through four committees: Design, Organization, Promotion, and Economic Vitality.

For more information, visit: Events & Communication Coordinator (.pdf)