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Tag: Employment Opportunity
Guys, if I didn't already have a full-time job (one that I'm quite happy with at that), then I'd be all over this job posting.
Are you looking for a career challenge that directly benefits the future of Michigan? How about an opportunity to jump start your career by leading a citizen effort to fundamentally change state government and permanently reform the Michigan tax system?
To best advance the Michigan FairTax Proposal (MFTP), the Michigan Fair Tax Association (MFTA) Board of Directors has created the staff position of Executive Director so that we will have a person able to devote full time to the enactment of the MFTP. It is expected that other staff positions will be created as we grow and as funds make this possible. The advertisement showing the job description is posted below for your consideration of this position for yourself and/or other applicants you may want to refer for consideration. Your assistance in recruiting the best possible Executive Director is an important part of our executive search, so please give your considered thought as to whom you could recommend for this most important leadership position and encourage them to apply. Applications are to be sent to the special e-mail address shown in the description below.
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