BDCC launches search for executive director

first_imgDan Normandeau, President of the Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation (BDCC), has announced that the 60-year-old regional development corporation has launched its search for the next Executive Director. Pat Moulton, who most recently served in this position, has been named Secretary of the Vermont Agency of Commerce and Community Development, the top economic development position in the state.Normandeau said, “This is an exciting time for BDCC as we continue to grow and serve the economic development needs of the greater Brattleboro and Windham County region.” BDCC owns and operates 450,000 square feet of industrial and mixed-use space in three buildings which are home to over 150 businesses. The primary objective of the organization is to create and retain a flourishing business community that supports vibrant fiscal activity, and improves the quality of life of all its residents.To assist with long-range planning, BDCC has an affiliated organization, Southeast Vermont Economic Development Strategies (SeVEDS) which for the last 3 years has been developing an economic plan for Windham County. This active, community centered organization has been successful in attaining several state and federal grants to assist with the economic planning of the area. Normandeau pointed out “SeVEDS has become a major force in the last few years to assist with the economic development planning for the area.”BDCC is looking for an experienced economic development leader for the exciting position with a minimum of ten years’ experience and proven leadership skills. Interested parties can view the full job description at www.brattleborodevelopment.com(link is external) or contact the Interim Director, Stephan Morse, at 802- 257- 7731.BDCC hopes to have the Executive Director position filled by September 1st.Source: BDCC: 5.27.2014last_img

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