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    Hiring Announcement - YCB Director of Projects

    The Minneapolis Youth Coordinating Board is hiring a Director of Projects.  Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Director of Projects will be responsible for oversight of the Minneapolis Afterschool Network and the Positive Corridors for Youth Project.  In addition, they will assume responsibility for the oversight and implementation of new projects as approved.

    Qualified candidates for the position of  Director of Projects should have project management experience.  Further, they should be able to demonstrate their experience in youth development and community engagement as strategies for the planning and implementation of projects. Writing for the purpose of foundation proposals and reporting is necessary.

    To apply - submit a cover letter and resume by Friday June 22 to Ann DeGroot, Executive Director, Minneapolis Youth Coordinating Board, 330 – 2nd Avenue S – Suite 540, Minneapolis, MN  55401.  ycb@ci.minneapolis.mn.us

    Learn more by clicking on the job description below.

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