(1) Oversee Safety program of Design Committee and associated projects under the program. Projects can include assessment of lighting, seating, sidewalks, and/or crosswalks and developing creative solutions within scope of the organization (2) Support driving projects from start to finish, while maintaining project timeline and deliverables and using project management tools and templates (3) Support managing implementation (4) Support developing maintenance plan (5) Serve as point of contact for volunteers (e.g. project leads/designees or any team member supporting the program and related projects) and affiliated partners/consultants (e.g. Community Development advocates, City Government) (6) Recruit for and delegate projects and associated assignments, as appropriate (7) Report updates at monthly committee meetings.
Benefits of this role, skill to gain, fun parts (1) Gain and/or strengthen skills in leadership, project management/coordination, and facilitating meetings, among other professional skills. (2) Connect and build your network with community members and local organizations, businesses, and government agencies. (3) Grow and develop your team and community. (4) Learn more about safety and urban planning. (5) Apply your emerging or already established knowledge and skills in creating a safe environment for our community. (6) Having fun with fellow community members and sharing ideas on making our community safe, welcoming and inclusive.
The BDA's mission is to promote the preservation, history, culture, architecture, and public use of Beaverton's traditional downtown area.
We seek to enhance our community identity and foster a center of activity and economic vitality for the heart of Beaverton. We do this through four primary points of emphasis
1) Promotion: Planning events that draw people in to downtown and promoting how exciting Beaverton really is. We are not a suburb! 2) Design: Improving the design of our downtown community. 3) Economic Vitality: Supporting local business growth, expansion, and recruitment. 4) Organizational Health: Fundraising, developing partnerships, and supporting a strong organization through internal processes.
Arts & Culture
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
September 7, 2020
Orientation or Training
4-8 hours per month
Helpful skills: Project management, Community engagement, Collaborative, Facilitation, Organizational, Coach/mentor, Able to take initiative and problem solve.