A career at Phoenix Community Alliance is one with tremendous impact on Greater Downtown Phoenix. A career that works closely with City of Phoenix elected officials and staff and serves as a platform for public/private dialogue. A career at Phoenix Community Alliance not only connects you with all that Downtown Phoenix has to offer, but also is an opportunity to experience the business and non-profit Members who are building our community.
The PCA Executive Director is a member of the Downtown Phoenix Inc. senior management team.
The PCA Executive Director is responsible for the implementation and oversight of the PCA goals of:
(1) ensuring a robust membership organization,
(2) advocating for its members on issues relating to the Phoenix central core,
(3) facilitating community building, and
(4) advancing the planning and development of the Phoenix central core.
This role services the existing PCA membership and develops and implements strategies for member retention and bringing new members to the organization. The Executive Director provides oversight of the PCA budget in consultation with the DPI CFO and assures day-to-day communication liaison with PCA committees including the PCA Executive Committee. The position reports to the DPI CEO and the independent PCA Board of Directors and requires consistent coordination and collaboration with DPI administrative services, marketing, events, and Business Improvement District (BID) Services.
To apply for this position, please send your resume and cover letter to:
(please submit resume and cover letter by February 4, 2019)
Jessyca Hipskind, Chief Financial Officer
Downtown Phoenix, Inc.
Mobile: (480) 414-5448
1 E. Washington St., Ste. 230
Phoenix, AZ 85004
"As a long time member of Phoenix Community Alliance, it is especially gratifying to see how diverse the revitalization and development projects are in the Central Phoenix Corridor. The heart of Phoenix is alive and well".
"PCA is striving to complement city - building with community building...bringing in new voices - residents, neighborhoods, and businesses large and small - for a stronger, more inclusive alliance of the Phoenix community".
"During central Phoenix's "lean times," the Phoenix Community Alliance focused on city-building to help fill-in key puzzle pieces like the Arizona Center, Convention Center, downtown and midtown high-rises, Steele Indian School Park, light rail, and the presence of higher education, among others. After the Great Recession and the current revitalization cycle, PCA is striving to complement city-building with community building... bringing in new voices – residents, neighborhoods, and businesses large and small – for a stronger, more inclusive alliance of the Phoenix community".