The latest Executive Director of the Ivanhoe Village Main Street, Mindi Rackliff, has handed in her resignation to the Orlando Main Street office, leaving a position open at one of the most struggling Main Street programs in the City.

The new Executive Director will have their hands full trying to rebuild the organization that represents one of the most popular neighborhoods in the city. The Advisory Committees and Board of Directors are currently running on skeleton crews so they could definitely use some new energy.

Position Summary:

Ivanhoe Village Main Street is seeking a highly motivated, dynamic, energetic, creative, and organized person to serve as the full-time Executive Director of the Ivanhoe Village Main Street Program. The successful candidate will be the central figure in assisting with the development and revitalization efforts in the Ivanhoe Village Main Street District and will manage all aspects of the operations of the program. This includes community outreach, event planning, marketing, fundraising, business/membership development and day to day activities.  The Executive Director will further the Board of Director’s strategic goals for the program and will coordinate with the City of Orlando Main Street Administrator and other Orlando Main Street districts.  The Executive Director will report to the Ivanhoe Village Board of Directors. This is a full-time position with some after hour events and meetings required. Salary is $32,000 – $36,000.

Please submit cover letter and resume to:
Pauline Eaton, City of Orlando Main Streets Administrator
Via email: [email protected]

Resumes will be received until Thursday, June 23, 2016.

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Brendan O'Connor

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  1. The way Main Streets are currently set up makes it difficult to pay more. They are independent non-profits, that operate outside of City funding. They’re responsible for fundraising the bulk of their income and budget.

  2. They could get a better and more experienced person if they paid a salary enough to actually live in the Main Street area they would be serving. The salary should be double that.