Holly Baldwin, the Director of Beacon Hill Friends House, is stepping down after 11 years of leadership. On their blog, BHFH expressed gratitude for Holly’s “extraordinary contributions” and announced that they are currently seeking a new director. They write:
The Beacon Hill Friends House seeks a visionary, community-oriented, organized person as Executive Director of our Quaker residential community of 21 people. The Executive Director will lead the House as a center for Quaker living, learning and social action. S/he lives in the House and serves as the chief public voice of BHFH, building relationships and partnerships with other organizations in service to the broader community. S/he ensures the effective administration of the House, provides spiritual and practical leadership and supervision of two other staff and 18 residents, raises funds in collaboration with the Development Committee and collaborates regularly with the BHFH Board and Corporation. The ideal candidate has demonstrated the values and skills of servant leadership with a track record of:
- Leadership and supervision of diverse communities/workplaces
- Translating vision into action in a variety of settings
- Capacity and desire to live in and simultaneously lead an intentional community
- Prudent financial management
- Good humor in challenging times
More details at bhfh.org/about/employment/
executive-director-of-bhfh. Send letters of interest and resumés to firstname.lastname@example.org and complete the residency application here. BHFH is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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