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Employment & Volunteer Opportunities

RAD At Large Board Member Nomination Opportunity:

The Allegheny Regional Asset District Board distributes a portion of the proceeds from the Allegheny County Sales Tax to regional cultural and recreational facilities and programs, libraries, regional parks and other programs based on annual applications received from nonprofit and government organizations. The Board consists of seven voting members, four appointed by the County Chief Executive, two by the Mayor of Pittsburgh and a seventh or “at large” member to be elected by the appointed members “from a list of nominees provided by regional economic and community development organizations.” (Act 77 of 1993) The at large member may be re-elected for an additional term provided he/she is re-nominated and may continue to serve until his/her successor is duly appointed and qualified.  

A Board member cannot be1) A public officer (elected official); 2) A public official (elected or appointed official); 3) A party officer (of a national committee, county committee or city committee); or 4) A public employee.  

In addition, a Board member cannot be an immediate family member of an elected official, public official or party officer. She/he can, however, be an immediate family member of a public employee.  

Also, be aware that the at large member must resign from the board of any organization applying for District funds and cannot be an employee of any such organization and will be required to annually file a State Ethics Commission Statement of Financial Interests.  

Nominations for this two year cycle are closed.

Employment Opportunities:

None at this time.

Volunteer Opportunities:

The legislation that created RAD requires its Board of Directors to maintain a Citizen Advisory Board, composed of a diverse pool of individuals from throughout Allegheny County who represent RAD's broad range of community interests.

Each member of the RAD Citizen Advisory Board is appointed for a term of four years.

Duties include:

  • Two to three meetings per year
  • Advising the RAD board on a variety of issues including input on grantmaking, particularly for new applicants
    (Note: the advisory board does not vote on the RAD budget.)
  • Site visits to assets with an accompanying written report
  • Other duties and opportunities, based on interest and availability
  • One advisory member also serves as the liaison to the Allegheny County Library Association

Candidates must be residents of Allegheny County.

RAD values the input and support of its Citizen Advisory Board and, in turn, aims to provide meaningful experiences and connections for its members. Those interested in joining RAD's Citizen Advisory Board are encouraged to send an email introduction along with a resume to Diane Hunt at Advisory Board members must be nominated and appointed by the RAD Board. 


Professional Services Opportunities:

None at this time.


Purchasing Opportunities:

RAD routinely purchases office supplies in small quantities.
None at this time.