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Executive Director – Somerville Community Agency Network

Position Description:
The Somerville Community Agencies Network (SomervilleCAN) seeks qualified applicants to establish and launch the inaugural role of an Executive Director of SomervilleCAN. The Executive Director of CAN will lead the organizational development of CAN; advocate and collaborate with the more than 30 non-profit organizations that comprise CAN; provide Administrative Support the SomervilleCAN organization; Excellent written and oral communication as well as interpersonal skills required.

[Contract] Hourly Rate: 40-40

Schedule Requirements:
2nd shift
Flexible hybrid schedule (both in person and on zoom). Position involves organizing and attending meetings at multiple locations in Somerville.

Minimum Requirements:
Bachelors degree
5 years of relevant professional experience – experience in the nonprofit sector required
Level of English Required: Advanced/Fluent

How to Apply:
Send Resume, Cover Letter and 3 Profesional References to:
Colleen Morrissey
Director of Operations and Community Support
Somerville-Cambridge Elder Services
61 Medford Street
Somerville, MA 02143-3429
or email application materials to:

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