Cedar Fairmount SID seeks new executive director
After nearly 19 years of service, Kaye Lowe, the Cedar Fairmount Special Improvement District's (CFSID) executive director, will retire at the end of December.
CFSID's board of trustees is currently searching for Lowe's replacement. The position is for a part-time, 1099 independent contractor. Qualified candidates must possess a minimum of five years of experience, a bachelor's degree, excellent communication skills and strong project management skills. The nonprofit serves to promote and improve the Cedar Fairmount neighborhood for its businesses and property owners.
Interested parties may find the full job description at www.cedarfairmount.org.
Jessica Schantz is the e-news manager at the Heights Observer and a long-time resident of Cleveland Heights.