The Golden Triangle BID is an award-winning non-profit 501(c)(6) corporation that works to enhance the Golden Triangle — the 43 block neighborhood that stretches from Dupont Circle to Pennsylvania Avenue. The primary focus of the BID is to provide a clean, safe, and vibrant environment within this remarkable neighborhood, and to retain and attract businesses to the Golden Triangle.
Founded in 1997, the Golden Triangle BID encourages economic development through capital improvement projects, a variety of engaging events, and public art projects. The BID also strives to increase quality of life through public safety and maintenance services. The BID is funded by a special tax that is paid by property owners within the neighborhood. The Golden Triangle BID’s working budget for FY2017 is $5,440,720 and can be divided as follows: $2,159,955 for Ambassador and Safe and Secure Programs; $1,096,000 for Public Realm and Capital Programs; $998,825 for Economic Development and Promoting the Brand; and $1,185,940 for Administration.
The BID connects its members to numerous resources, events, and information in and around the neighborhood. The staff serve as a first point of contact for member questions and issues and act as a key liaison between businesses and many city agencies. Together with corporate and government partners, the BID develops and implements programs that strengthen the vitality of the Golden Triangle.
The BID is dedicated to making the Golden Triangle a great place to live, work, and play.
Board of Directors
Board President: Scott Mead, Lerner Corporation
Board Vice President: Sean Warfield, Tishman Speyer
Board Treasurer: Casey Brill, PNC Bank
Past President/Board Secretary: Kathryn Clement, Vornado/Charles E. Smith
Past President/Executive Committee Member: Gregory Meyer, Brookfield Properties
Executive Committee Member: John Sikaitis, Jones Lang LaSalle, Inc.
Mark Benedetti – Blake Real Estate
James Brawner – Brawner Management, LLC
Casey Brill – PNC Bank
Hans Bruland – The Hay-Adams
Anthony Chang – Washington Reit
Kathryn Clement – Vornado/Charles E. Smith
Holly Cook – American Bar Association
James Dean – Clarion Partners, LLC
Bill Feeks – Rockrose Development
William Grillo – DTZ
Thor Headley – Hines
Janene Jackson – Holland & Knight
Caroline Kruger – Boston Properties
Scott Mead – Lerner Corporation
Gregory Meyer – Brookfield Properties
John Montano – The Mayflower Hotel
Eric Posner – The Tower Companies
James Rich – Zuckerman Gravely Management
John Sikaitis – Jones Lang LaSalle, Inc.
David Toney – Akridge
Sean Warfield – Tishman Speyer
Nicola Whiteman – Apartment and Office Building Association of Metropolitan Washington
Stanley Fineman – Wilkes Artis, Chartered
Golden Triangle Staff
Public Realm Coordinator
Public Space & Outreach Coordinator
Drew Ann Jubert
Director of Finance & Administration
Director of Placemaking & Activation
Partnerships and Development Initiatives
Safety and Security Program Manager
Director of Operations & Preparedness
Director of Communications & Marketing
Project Management Specialist
Director of Planning & Economic Development
Events & Place Making Manager
Below you will find the job opportunities that are currently available with the Golden Triangle BID. We hope that you will decide to take the next step of your career here with us. Application details and contact information is available within each file.
The Communications Specialist will report to the Communications and Marketing Director and will develop and implement communications plans and strategies for Golden Triangle BID events, promotions, and projects. The candidate should have strong writing skills and will need to be well versed in the use of various tactics, including online communications, printed collateral materials, and earned media, etc.
The Planning Manager will develop and implement a broad range of programs and projects for the continued vitality of the Golden Triangle neighborhood working closely with city and federal officials and other Golden Triangle stakeholders. This includes planning and project management for streetscapes, transportation initiatives, public art, and parks. The incumbent must have a passion for transforming the urban environment and strong skills in planning, project management, budgeting and the ability to work with a wide variety of stakeholders and parties.
The Research Manager will take the lead in strengthening the BID’s role as a resource for macro and micro-level research that aids in the continued economic growth and improvement of the neighborhood. The Research Manager will also be responsible for identifying and analyzing best practices of BIDs and other place management organizations in operations, safety, events, and capital projects. The incumbent must have a passion for transforming the urban environment and strong skills in research and analysis, project management, writing, and the ability to work with a wide variety of stakeholders and parties.
The Golden Triangle BID contracts with Block by Block to provide the Ambassador program services. This program plays a key role in shaping the neighborhood’s identity as a safe, hospitable community where people can work, shop, and dine.
The Placemaking and Events Intern will work closely with the Director of Placemaking and Activation, and the Events and Placemaking Manager to support the activation of the Golden Triangle neighborhood. The position will include work preparing for and staffing summer events, as well as researching ideas for creative placemaking within the neighborhood in ways that align with the BID’s strategic plan.
The Part-time Summer Event Assistant is the face of the Golden Triangle BID and neighborhood during the summer months. The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic about welcoming participants to our 100 outdoor events. Key functions of the job include set up and breakdown of event equipment, greet and welcome participants, manage trivia prize wheel, answer questions about the organization and our events and projects and create a fun and energized event experience. The successful candidate will need to enjoy the outdoors, be high energy and a people person as they will spend most of the day outside in various summer weather conditions, standing and interacting with stakeholders. Candidates will be expected to work part-time, days, evenings and split shifts as needed, May through August, and no more than 30 hours per week at an hourly pay rate of $13.50-$15.00 based on experience. No benefits provided.
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