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Hester Street Collaborative
The Executive Director (ED) will lead the organization into a new phase of growth by deepening HSC's organizational capacity to attract resources, communicate its work to a broader audience of supporters, and be established as the "go to" service provider for community design tools and the "go to" builders of community infrastructure in NYC. The incoming Executive Director will face a dual challenge: To continue to lead with results and expand HSC's profile and sphere of influence to local, citywide, and national platforms. At the same time the individual selected will lead the work required to strengthen the organization's foundation by collaborating with the board to improve management practices and operational infrastructure, grow financial reserves and widen the circle of support. Leading HSC in its next chapter offers a unique opportunity for a creative visionary and hands-on manager committed to genuine community participation in shaping vital urban places.
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How TO APPLY:
Please send your resume and cover letter by e-mail to:
OR by fax to: 212-616-4994
OR by mail to: Community Resource Exchange, HSC-ED Search, 42 Broadway, 20th Floor, New York, NY 10004
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis beginning in mid-May.
Hester Street Collaborative is an Equal Opportunity Employer and complies with the Americans with Disability Act.
The Hester Street Collaborative (HSC) seeks to create more equitable, sustainable, and vibrant neighborhoods where community voices lead the way in improving their built environment. HSC uses the design, planning, education and community visioning expertise of our staff and partners to place community members of all ages at the center of the place-making process. HSC utilizes a hands- on approach to community design that improves the quality of life for residents in socially and economically underserved communities throughout New York City by providing them with the tools and resources to have a direct impact on improving their parks, schools and other public spaces.
Founded in 2002 in NYC’s Lower East Side community by the founding partners of Leroy Street Studios. A small architecture firm in Lower Manhattan, three Leroy Street partners remain actively engaged as volunteer board members. HSC has attracted talented and committed board members across a range of fields including design, planning, architecture, preservation, marketing, law and finance. The board completed a strategic plan in Spring 2013. It is anticipated that the incoming Executive Director would use this plan as a starting point in working with the board to chart the future direction of HSC.