The Golden Triangle Business Improvement District (BID) is a dynamic organization seeking top talent to complement its existing team. As a key partner in enhancing the neighborhood and public space from the White House to Dupont Circle and Black Lives Matter Plaza to 21st Street NW, the Golden Triangle BID works to enrich the neighborhood through its public space improvements, economic development initiatives, promotions, and outdoor events.
The Golden Triangle BID’s Associate Director of Planning will help drive the vision and implementation of a broad range of strategies and projects that will re-imagine a core area in our nation’s capital. This new position will play a critical role to increase the vitality of the Golden Triangle neighborhood while transforming the central business district in the wake of COVID. The Golden Triangle BID seeks an experienced, motivated, and energetic innovator who will help devise creative urban planning and public space projects to foster a vibrant, sustainable, and inclusive sense of place.
Projects include public space activations, sustainable design, transportation initiatives, streetscape design, public artworks, capital improvements, and park projects. The incumbent will lead new public space projects, collaborate across a diverse group of public and private stakeholders, and manage key project budgets, proposals, grants, and contracts. The Associate Director will cultivate new projects, foster existing initiatives, and work in alignment with city and regional planning strategies. The candidate must have a love of cities, an appetite for fast-paced and hands-on projects, and a passion for transforming the urban environment.
Reports to: Director of Planning, Art, and Activation
Schedule: This Hybrid role will be out of the Washington, DC office 2 business days a week, 3 days remote.
About the Golden Triangle Business Improvement District:
Founded in 1997, the Golden Triangle neighborhood is made up of more than 34 million square feet of commercial office space, nearly 6,000 businesses including 500 restaurants and retailers, 11 hotels, and 6 National Park Reservations. The Golden Triangle BID stewards and shapes a vibrant downtown, encourages reinvestment in the neighborhood, and engages visitors and stakeholders to enjoy everything the Golden Triangle has to offer.