The Montgomery County Food Council, a nonprofit that “serves as the primary connection point for businesses, nonprofits, government agencies, and residents around food system issues in our county,” (per its website), is looking for a new executive director, according to an announcement from its board of directors.
The individual chosen will replace Heather Bruskin, who has worked for the council since 2014 and is leaving to become the director of the newly formed Montgomery County Office of Food Systems Resilience.
“We seek a self-motivated, passionate, dedicated, and goal-oriented professional to lead the day-to-day management of MCFC and implementation of the plans and policies authorized by the Council Members and Board of Directors,” the announcement reads. “The Executive Director provides leadership in developing programs, strategic planning, and financial and budget oversight in collaboration with the Board of Directors.”
Some of the position’s responsibilities include:
- Visionary leadership and program direction
- Development and financial management
- Organizational management, and
- Community engagement and leadership
Complete information, including experience requirements, salary range and application process, is available online. Review of applications will begin March 1.
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