PCCVB announces availability of executive director position

Tuesday, December 8, 2015

The Putnam County Convention and Visitor Bureau (PCCVB) announced today that it is accepting applications for an executive director.

The executive director will be responsible for stimulating tourist economic activity (visitor spending) via marketing and destination development in Putnam County and for achieving the mission of the PCCVB's strategic initiatives through directing and overseeing the organization.

The executive director will have primary accountability for the accomplishments and fiscal integrity of the Convention and Visitor Bureau, and will work with the board of directors to determine the focus and direction of the PCCVB.

Candidates should have a bachelor's degree in tourism management, hospitality, communications, business administration or marketing. On-the-job experience with a visitor bureau or other hospitality-related profession may substitute.

Resumes, cover letters and inquiries should be sent by 5 p.m. Friday, Jan. 15 to Lynne Fuller, PCCVB consultant, at lfuller.pc@gmail.com.

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  • Good luck!

    -- Posted by kubotafan on Tue, Dec 8, 2015, at 4:11 PM
  • Wolfe's initial timeline included getting the job posted through local media in addition to university and online resources by Monday, Nov. 30.

    From there, the board would like to keep the posting up for around three weeks, with Fuller sharing some initial applicants with the board during the week of Dec. 14.

    On Dec. 23, phone interviews would be offered to as many as 10 applicants, with the interviews to take place between the Christmas and New Year holidays.

    Following the phone interviews, in-person interviews with finalists would take place in early- to mid-January, with a vote on Tuesday, Jan. 26 about making an offer to one of the candidates.

    -- Posted by canttakeitanymore on Tue, Dec 8, 2015, at 10:33 PM
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