Frank Anderson, the former executive director, will now serve as Fairfax County Supervisor-elect James Walkinshaw’s Chief of Staff, according to Blue Virginia.
Interested applicants can expect a pay range between $50,000-$60,000 along with benefits.
Here’s the job summary:
The Fairfax County Democratic Committee (FCDC) is seeking an energetic, forward-looking, self-starter as a full-time Executive Director to manage a broad spectrum of political functions for the County Committee and to manage the operations of FCDC’s office.
These duties include, but are not limited to, support of fundraising and volunteer recruiting, organizing volunteers and supervising interns, performing a variety of office and political functions, maintaining internal and external communications, ensuring equipment remains functional and the office operates effectively and efficiently, advising the Chair and Steering Committee on committee business and political operations, organizing various political events, and coordinating with political campaigns in Fairfax County.
The Executive Director is currently the only paid staff member of the committee but from time to time may be assisted by volunteers, interns, and contracted staff. The Executive Director works independently with general direction from the committee Chair and FCDC’s leadership.
The application is open until Jan. 15. and the new hire would start that month.
Image via Fairfax County Democratic Committee/Facebook
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