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Nevada County Fair CEO Application Opens

The Nevada County Fairgrounds is looking to higher a new Chief Executive Officer. Current CEO, Sandy Woods, is retiring and the Fairgrounds Board of Directors has enlisted the assistance of Ralph Andersen and Associates to find her replacement. The person at Ralph Andersen that is heading up the process is Norb Bartosik.

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Bartosik retired in 2012 and joined Ralph Andersen… since then he has been responsible for hiring his replacement at the State Fair, as well as finding CEO’s for the Santa Barbara County Fair, and the the Oregon State Fair.
Bartosik says he has his marching orders.

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The successful candidate will have a variety of managerial skills and experiences.

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The CEO position is responsible for managing the Nevada County Fair, the Draft Horse Classic and Harvest Fair, the Country Christmas Faire, year-round events, concerts, the RV Park, and community gatherings at the Nevada County Fairgrounds.

The closing date for applications is March 30, 2015.

For those interested, the application process and details can be found at NevadaCountyFair.com. Electronic submittals are strongly preferred, and should be sent to Ralph Andersen & Associates via email.

Please contact Norb Bartosik, Ralph Andersen and Associates, at (916) 630-4900. Confidential inquires welcomed.

 

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