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Design Committee Secretary

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Beaverton Downtown Association

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Role Description
Join our fun and engaging Design Team as Design Secretary and help make a difference in Historic Downtown Beaverton! In this role you will record and maintain in good order Minutes of all Design meetings and all corresponding records of that meeting, and shall send copies of the Minutes of each meeting to all Design members within 5 calendar days from the conclusion of each meeting, through appropriate communication channels. May have other duties as assigned by the Chair and/or Vice Chair.

Benefits of this role, skill to gain, fun parts
(1) Gain and/or strengthen skills in communication and team collaboration and building, among other professional and technical skills.
(2) Connect and build your network with community members and local organizations, businesses, and government agencies.
(3) Learn more about safety, urban planning, public art and sustainability.
(4) Apply your emerging or already established knowledge and skills in creating a safe and inclusive environment for our community.
(5) Having fun with fellow community members and sharing ideas on making our community safe, welcoming, and resilient.

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About Beaverton Downtown Association

Location:

PO BOX 311, BEAVERTON, OR 97075, US

Mission Statement

The BDA's mission is to promote the preservation, history, culture, architecture, and public use of Beaverton's traditional downtown area.

Description

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.

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Community

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Administrative Support
  • Customer Service
  • Basic Computer Skills
  • Google Apps
  • Microsoft Office Suite
  • People Skills

GOOD FOR

  • People 55+

REQUIREMENTS

  • Orientation or Training
  • 2-3 hours per month
  • Strong organization, time management, communication skills. Assertive and has flexibility. Able to use Google docs, Slack, or similar platforms, or the ability and willingness to learn.

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