The Beacon Hill Civic Association is looking for a new executive director to oversee the the day-to-day operations of the neighborhood group.
The organization has posted a job description and application process on its website to find a person to take the reigns of the 90-year-old volunteer association.
The group wants its new executive director to manage communications with residents, officials, and the press; work with neighborhood committees, groups and businesses and host community events; help manage the annual budget and fund-raising; and support the association's work to implement its Plan for the Neighborhood.
The new hire would replace current director, Suzanne Besser, who plans to leave the association in June after 10 years on the job, according to the association.
The association is accepting resumes until February 29.