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Lower Providence Ambulance Looking for New Executive Director

A job listing for the position was posted on PhillyFireNews.com just a few days ago.

According to PhillyFireNews.com, a blog dedicated to fire-related and emergency-services news, Lower Providence Community Center Ambulance is searching for a new executive director. According to the posting, the nonprofit ambulance company is looking for someone with "a demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the management and operation of a modern emergency service organization or non-profit organization."

Requirements for the job reportedly include:

  • At least three (3) years experience with planning, budgeting, contractual services, public administration, grant writing, personnel administration and management in a similar sized organization;
  • Exceptional leadership skills and the ability to work cooperatively with elected officials, municipal administration, citizens and civic leaders;
  • Documented experience managing a modern emergency services organization or similar sized non-profit organization; and
  • A Bachelors Degree in Business Administration, Public Administration or a related field.

The listing appears on a few other job search sites around the web, but apparently not on the Lower Providence Community Center Ambulance Company's website. There's also no information on where current listed Executive Director Thomas McAneney is off to.

Lower Providence Patch will update this story as more information becomes available.

Read the full job listing on PhillyFireNews.com.

Drink the Koolaid January 24, 2013 at 08:45 PM
I hear he hit the powerball for a few hundred million and is retiring to a private island in the carribean.

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