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The Clackamas County Business Alliance (CCBA) is a 501C(6) organization dedicated to the success of employers in Clackamas County, Oregon.  The Alliance is soliciting proposals for the management of the association including Executive Director and administration.

The Executive Director and any administrative services are part-time and the Alliance welcomes proposals from companies as well as individuals. Please see the document below for complete details.

For more information, contact Burton Weast, CCBA Executive Director at burton@ccba.biz.


RFP Final.pdf
    -  CCBA Executive Director RFP


The Alliance has direct and ongoing contact with local, regional, state and federal policy makers on issues of importance to Clackamas County business. Our relationships with key decision-makers and their staff allows for positive and constructive dialogue on business issues. These relationships offer a mutual benefit not only to our members, but to those officials and their staff as well. They frequently attend Alliance events, meetings and forums to better understand the concerns and desires of their local business community.

Another benefit of becoming a member of the Alliance is our access to and delivery of information on business issues that have a direct impact on our members. Our weekly electronic udate provides timely, pertinent information to members as issues arise.  Frequently, other organizations and governments solicit the Alliance for advice on issues before taking a position. Through the weekly update we are able to notify members of important issues and get a pulse of where our organization should and will weigh in on such matters.

The Alliance also sponsors quarterly Alliance forums on subjects of immediate interest to business and public sector members. Recent topics have included "Where the Rubber Hits the Road" - a forum on ongoing and planned transportation improvement projects within Clackamas County, and "Metro Council's New Look at Regional Choices."  Forums provide an opportunity to not only learn but to participate in discussions and provide your input to decision makers.


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