Independence Ave CID Career Opportunities

This information is provided to you through the Independence Avenue CID (Community Improvement District) the Northeast Kansas City Chamber Of Commerce, and the Northeast News. 

“I think we all have value in the difference we make along the Avenue Corridor. Our team comes together with small changes that make a big difference.”

-Laura Cardwell,
Supervising USA

“We all work together as a team and we take pride in keeping the community clean and interacting with the Avenue Business Owners.”

-Butch Butner
CID Urban Street Ambassador


NOW HIRING AT INDEPENDENCE AVE CID

Urban Street Ambassador

PAY GRADE: $11/hour to start with performance review after 90 days

POSITION SUMMARY:
The Urban Street Ambassador enhances and maintains the shared value of the community through building relationships and beautification within the Independence Avenue Community Improvement District.

DAILY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Community Interaction – Represent the CID through positive interactions with business owners, property owners, residents, visitors and other persons.
• Beautification: Trash pick-up, sorting recyclables  along the Independence Avenue CID boundaries.
• Graffiti Removal – Locating and reporting illegal graffiti tag locations; painting or removing graffiti from walls, fences and other structures located within the Community Improvement District.
• Landscape Services – Maintain desired vegetation in right-of-way, selected private lots, flower beds and flower pots along Independence Boulevard/Avenue.
• Snow Removal – Remove snow, ice from sidewalks, bus stops, store entrances, driveways, ADA ramps located within the Community Improvement District.
• Communication and reporting of safety issues and concerns with CID Leadership and Security team members for future follow up.
• Promote a positive work environment in order to achieve the organization’s goals.
•  Perform other duties, tasks and projects as assigned.

WORK ENVIRONMENT:
Urban Street Ambassadors work in all weather conditions. Exposure to harsh conditions is possible and expected. The CID will provide appropriate weather gear.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
The job requires physical labor requiring extended periods of time standing, walking and bending.
Must be able to lift 60 pounds or more.

TO APPLY: 
Apply online at https://nekcchamber.com/careers-northeast-kansas-city/ or in person at the Northeast Chamber of Commerce Office, 2657 Independence Blvd.

Urban Street Ambassadors Jackson David and Kenny McKinzy collect discarded tires at Kessler Park during the 2022 Northeast Spring Cleanup event.
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