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 Vice President of DPI /Executive Director of PCA is a member of the DPI senior management team, and is responsible for the implementation and oversight of the following goals:
– Ensuring a robust membership organization
– Advocating on behalf of the membership on issues relating to greater Downtown Phoenix
– Facilitating community building
– Advancing the planning and development of Phoenix’s urban core
– Creating organization-wide policies and procedures to optimize shared resources and efficiencies
– Performing organization-wide duties to be finalized based on candidate’s strengths and experiences. Examples might include but are not limited to handling HR and employment issues, overseeing information technology functions, and finance and administration
– Assisting the DPI President & CEO in strengthening and maintaining relationships with the City of Phoenix and other stakeholders, including participating in community and/or civic organizations and activities
The Vice President of DPI/Executive Director of PCA is responsible for the implementation and oversight of the PCA program of work and advocacy Committees as approved by the PCA Board of Directors. This role services the existing PCA membership, and develops and implements strategies for Member retention and bringing new Members to the organization. The VP of DPI/Executive Director of PCA provides oversight of the PCA budget in consultation with the DPI Controller and assures day-to-day communication liaison with
the PCA Committees including the Executive Committee. The position reports to the DPI CEO and requires consistent coordination and collaboration with DPI administrative services, marketing, events, and Business Improvement District (BID) Services. As a community leadership role, the position requires some evening and weekend commitments.
To apply for this position, please send your resume and cover letter to:
Jane Hart, Office Manager
Downtown Phoenix, Inc.
Mobile: (480) 414-5448
1 E. Washington St., Ste. 230
Phoenix, AZ 85004
"PCA has always been such a proactive and productive group with incredible members and staff. I look forward to future events!"
"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".