employment opportunities at MACED
KCEP Seeks Campaign Coordinator
The Kentucky Center for Economic Policy seeks to hire a campaign coordinator. The new position will be responsible for carrying out a comprehensive outreach and engagement strategy to help achieve KCEP's goals around winning fair tax reforms that move Kentucky forward. Read more.
MACED Seeks Enterprise Support Coordinator
The Enterprise Support Coordinator is responsible for MACED's technical assistance (TA) programs intended to help entrepreneurs succeed and create jobs in Eastern Kentucky and Central Appalachia. The Coordinator provides MACED's businesses and non-profit borrowers with technical assistance and training, manages outside consultants on assigned TA projects and works with partners to build a better entrepreneurial ecosystem. Learn more here.
MACED Seeks Social Enterprise Manager
The Social Enterprise Manager plays a lead role in designing and implementing MACED's Social Enterprise Support Initiative (SESI), in conjunction with key partners. MACED defines a social enterprise as "an enterprise or organization that uses business disciplines and the power of market demand to create social, economic, and environmental impacts for a community or region." Learn more here.
MACED Seeks Enterprise Development Intern
MACED is looking for a highly motivated individual to join its Enterprise Development Team as a summer intern. The intern will assist the Enterprise Development Team's efforts to coordinate and administer MACED's annual client survey. The intern will also work closely with staff on other projects in accordance with MACED's mission and values. Learn more here.
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