ICAS Is Accepting Applications for New ICAS Foundation Executive Director Position

November 20th, 2018

ICAS is looking to hire an individual to serve as the new Executive Director for the ICAS Foundation. 


The Executive Director serves as the chief staff officer responsible for overseeing the execution of the strategic plan, program management, fundraising and administration of the ICAS Foundation. Key responsibilities include working with the Foundation Board to establish strategic direction, managing day-to-day programs and operations, communicating regularly with the air show community and other key constituencies and fundraising to meet the financial requirements of the organization. This executive director reports to the Board of Directors of the ICAS Foundation.


For a profile and instructions on how to apply for the position, visit www.airshows.aero/ViewDoc/4022

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