Apply To Be A Trustee With PCC Community Markets

Sound Consumer October 2017

Help guide the future of the largest member-owned food market in the country. We are seeking candidates who have business acumen, prior board and/or executive experience, and a commitment to PCC’s values, including social and environmental responsibility.

PCC is committed to a culturally diverse staff and board of trustees. In 2016 PCC’s sales exceeded $277 million and active co-op membership grew to more than 58,000 households.

“2017 BEST GROCERY STORE” 425 Magazine

Our ideal candidate is collaborative and has the time to dedicate to board service. Fiduciary, co-op, retail and/or grocery experience is a plus.

Trustees serve a three-year term.

For more information and to request an application, email: nominatingcommittee@pccmarkets.com.

The deadline for applications is December 6, 2017. Trustees will be elected in May of 2018.

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