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The Northeast Resource Recovery Association is Searching for an Executive Director

Due to retirement the NRRA is searching for its next Director. NRRA is the oldest, and first in the nation, recycling and resource recovery association. For nearly 40 years NRRA has provided cooperative marketing programs, educational and networking opportunities, technical assistance, and cooperative purchasing programs for its membership. The Association has received national recognition for establishing an innovative grassroots recyclables marketing cooperative with competitive pricing. The new Director will be managing one of the healthiest and most active regional recycling organizations in the country. In this hands-on position, the Director will be expected to manage an active Staff, Board, and Membership while keeping the two-fold mission of the NRRA, education/outreach and cooperative marketing of materials, in the forefront. The ideal candidate should be comfortable with public speaking, have a strong accounting and management background, be able to forge good working relationships with a wide variety of personality types, have flexible travel availability, and excellent communication skills.

NRRA is looking for the Executive Director to:

  • Provide overall management, planning, and leadership for the organization while adapting to a rapidly evolving recycling industry. Report directly to the Board of Directors and work with the Board and the committees to establish policies and programs, and to administer such programs. Interpret the organization’s purpose and programs to members, outside organizations, and the public. Develop and administer standards and procedures related to Human Resources (including staff development), budget, and physical facilities. Prepare, distribute, and maintain a variety of reports, and direct and /or coordinate fundraising.
  • Oversee all Financial, Human Resource, Membership, Vendor, and Board functions and manage all staff (currently 8 FT) and outside contractors (currently 3FT). Analyze and interpret trends requiring management’s attention. Prepare Executive summaries for all issues requiring a Board decision. Organize and participate in the Monthly Operations and Marketing meetings. Oversee the organizing and producing of the Annual Conference. Other duties as assigned by the Board.
  • Qualifications: A Master’s Degree in Business or the Environmental Science field is preferred, plus 5 or more years of related management experience. Strong working knowledge of the solid waste and resource recovery industry and strong organizational skills; NRRA is seeking a compassionate individual committed to people and the environment. Excellent communication skills and the ability to multitask in a high paced atmosphere is critical.

Salary negotiable based on qualifications with an outstanding benefit package; desirable working environment. Please submit your resume and cover letter of interest electronically by 4:30 p.m., April 5, 2019 to:




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