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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 Manager of Public Art & Creative Activation manages and implements a broad range of programs and projects that enhance the vitality of the Golden Triangle neighborhood. This position will support the BID’s efforts to use art and design to redefine DC’s post-COVID era. This position is involved with public art and creative activation efforts that are designed to enhance and activate public spaces within the neighborhood including parks, sidewalks, and other open spaces.
The Manager of Public Art & Creative Activation will work to support the BID’s aim to use temporary public art, performances, creative partnerships, and events to advance strategic economic development and visibility of the neighborhood. Reporting to the Director of Public Art & Creative Activation, the Manager will provide administrative, project, and event management support to a portfolio of projects including leveraging small, local, and diverse retail to activate vacant storefronts and lobbies; presenting performances and programs to draw employees, residents, and visitors to Farragut Square, pocket parks, and other green spaces; bringing whimsical and interactive elements to public spaces (e.g. Golden Haiku, a perennial favorite); and continuing to integrate large, ambitious temporary and permanent public art throughout the Golden Triangle.
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The Golden Triangle BID’s award-winning Safety, Security, and Emergency Preparedness Program works to foster a safe environment, ensure neighborhood security, and assist businesses and individuals in preparing for emergencies. Through daily communication and coordination, the BID leverages strategic partnerships with numerous local and Federal law enforcement, emergency management, homeland security, and other public safety agencies, in addition to property management companies and businesses within the BID, to improve and mitigate ever-evolving challenges. Furthermore, the BID creates numerous training and educational opportunities that help improve neighborhood security. When crime and significant incidents occur, the BID takes a key role in ensuring coordination and information sharing between stakeholders. Working together allows our neighborhood to be better protected and prepared. The Safety & Security Coordinator will be responsible for supporting a variety of activities related to improving neighborhood safety and security.
The Director for Finance and Administration, reporting to the Vice President for Finance and Administration, will manage the BID’s business operations in the areas of finance, administration, human resources, and procurement. They will handle day-to-day financial functions and BID tax billing information; manage the RFP, grants, and contracts administration processes; support the staff through a range of human resources services; and develop and maintain standard operating procedures and create more efficient recordkeeping systems and business protocols. They will also be responsible for compliance and regulatory reporting and insurance, and will assist with the budgeting process. The Director will also be the primary contact with the BID’s outsourced accountants and auditors. The position’s function is to create and support the orderly and efficient operation of the organization’s internal functions, ensuring a productive environment for all BID staff.
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.