Employment with North Park Main Street
North Park Main Street is a three tiered organization encompassing a business improvement district established by the City of San Diego (BID), a Main Street program affiliated with the National Trust for Historic Preservation (NPMS), and the North Park Property and Business Improvement District (NPPBID).
As a volunteer-based, 501(c)(6) non-profit organization, North Park Main Street:
- Advocates for North Park’s business community
- Administers the North Park Business Improvement District
- Champions development that preserves the community’s historic integrity
- Supports its arts and entertainment District
- Promotes an urban, pedestrian-friendly shopping & dining environment
Initiated by property owners and managed by the North Park Main Street Board of Directors, the North Park Property and Business Improvement District provides for special benefits, improvements and enhanced services within the NPPBID boundaries. The NPPBID provides a variety of improvements such as streetscape, aesthetic appeal, advocacy, safety, cleanliness, economic development, sidewalk power washing, and increased amenities. All this is funded and directed by property owners.
NPMS requests a willingness to develop skills and experience on a myriad of projects including:
- Infrastructure maintenance oversight of the NPPBID
- Coordination and implementation of placemaking projects within the district
- Coordinate and liaise with key stakeholders for wayfinding signage project
- Coordinate with staff on events and provide event support
- Community outreach
- Data collection and tracking
- General office support
- Other projects as requested
The right candidate will possess the following:
- Strong interpersonal, communication, and correspondence skills. Candidate will work with community stakeholders, business owners, and volunteers.
- The ability to work on multiple projects.
- The ability to function within a small organization with a small staff consisting of an Executive Director, Assistant Director, a part-time bookkeeper, and a program assistant.
- Possess (or willingness to develop) excellent record keeping and data filing abilities.
- Possess (or willingness to develop) survey and reporting skills.
- The ability to assist with large events during early morning/late evening hours.
- The candidate is expected to walk the district extensively, communicate with community stakeholders, and report back to staff on findings. Click the following link for a district map:
Jake J. Romero