Chamber Begins Search for New CEO

The Maryland Chamber of Commerce has begun its nationwide search for a new President/CEO.  Chamber members can be confident in the fact that while the search for candidates who embody the Chamber’s Vision, Mission and Value Statements unfolds, it will be business as usual for the Chamber.  With the General Assembly Session less than a month away, the Chamber will continue to support its membership and be the leading voice of business in Maryland.

A brief description of the position is below.  Interested parties can click here for a full job description, requirements and application instructions.  The deadline for applications is January 8, 2016.

The President/CEO of the Maryland Chamber of Commerce is hired by the Board of Directors to promote and advance the mission, goals and programs of the organization.  Reporting directly to the Chamber’s Executive Committee and Board of Directors, the President/CEO is responsible for the design and management of the Chamber’s strategic plan; achievement of legislative objectives; increasing the visibility, influence and effectiveness of the organization statewide; development and management of member services programs, as well as the day-to-day operations of the Chamber, including the hiring, evaluation and termination of staff.  Specific metrics in mission and planning achievement will be established for the CEO as part of on-boarding and in a bi-yearly evaluation process by the Executive Committee.

Letters of interest stating specific background and related experience plus a resume should be mailed or emailed to contact below by January 8, 2016.

Kathy Snyder, CCE
Interim CEO
Maryland Chamber of Commerce
60 West Street, Suite 100
Annapolis, MD  21401
ksnyder@mdchamber.org
Fax: 410-269-5247

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