Muncie, IN—With the help of a generous grant from the George and Frances Ball Foundation, Whitely Community Council has announced that they are accepting applications for an Executive Director, to start in the new year. The Whitely Community Council is a neighborhood association representing the Whitely Community located on the east side of Muncie. It values shared information and opportunities to improve lives. Their goal is to build an integrated education cycle for all ages that aligns schools, home, and the community, as well as to promote neighborhood pride, employment opportunities, business growth, and neighborhood beautification. In 2016 alone they opened a twice-monthly food pantry in collaboration with local churches and transformed McCulloch Park as part of a “Year of Color” beautification campaign.
The Executive Director will be responsible for overall strategy and operations of the Whitely Community Council’s volunteer staff, programs, and fundraising. They will oversee the activities of seven goal committees and coordinate with the board, committee chairs, and area leaders to ensure that objectives are being accomplished. One of the primary responsibilities of the position will be creating a comprehensive and sustainable fundraising plan for the organization.
Applications are being taken now. For a detailed job description, expected qualifications, and application instructions, applicants should visit whitelycc.org/executivedirector. Resumes and cover letters can be submitted to email@example.com. The search committee is being chaired by Whitely board member Ann McGuire, who also serves as the Regional Vice President of Human Resources for Indiana University Health -East Central Region.
To learn more about the Whitely Community Council, please visit us at whitelycc.org