For over 45 years, Center For Neighborhoods (CFN) has supported and empowered neighborhoods to create stronger and more vibrant communities using an asset based community development philosophy. We work in relationship driven neighborhood engagement, leadership development education, and community based planning and design, along with a focus on community development, creating a sense of place, and improving the built environment. CFN envisions a Louisville community of unique neighborhoods led by engaged neighbors creating places that provide a high quality of life and equitable access to opportunity for all people.
CFN is seeking a motivated, skilled Executive Director with experience in nonprofit administration, organizational development, and grassroots community planning and development. The Executive Director oversees the day-to-day operation of the organization working to fulfill and expand the CFN mission; directs the programs and initiatives of the organization including the core areas of Community Engagement, Education and Training, and Planning and Design; as well as manages all administrative functions including Fund Development, Donor Relations, and Human Relations. An important aspect of the position will be to implement the newly adopted three-year strategic plan, including developing and initiating new strategic work in support of grassroots community development in Louisville.
Board of Directors
Staff/Contractor Supervision for Team of Ten
Sitting on the banks of the Ohio River and fondly nicknamed, “Bourbon City,” Louisville, Kentucky is one of the most uniquely authentic places on the planet. It has a metropolitan area population of 1.2 million within a region that includes Southern Indiana to the north and rolling bluegrass farms to the south and east. This busy, growing city is home to several corporate headquarters, including Broadway Across America, and is a “Top 10 Best New Food City” in America. Long known as home of the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs, Louisville is steadily gaining notice for its extensive park system; distinctive urban and suburban, as well as historic, neighborhoods; low cost of living; vibrant arts scene; nationally renowned collegiate sports teams; world-renown music festivals like Forecastle and Bourbon and Beyond; and multiple PGA tournaments.
Please submit a resume, cover letter and salary expectations to our search counsel by mail or email only:
Ashley|Rountree and Associates
2525 Nelson Miller Parkway, Suite 106
Louisville, KY 40223