I don't see why not. Sure, you're a non-profit, but you're not a government agency or anything. You should be able to hire anyone you like without advertising the position first.
That said, I'm not a lawyer (nor do I play one on TV).
On Thu, Jul 2, 2009 at 12:50 PM, Urban Bike Project Wilmington, DE < firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Thanks for the advice a ways back on hiring mechanics as contractors. I may just be paranoid worrying about things but I have another employment question.
Say a community bike shop wanted to hire a person for the summer to develop a board of directors as well as youth and free bike programming....Is this something we have to advertise publicly about or can we just make the decision as a collective and hire someone?
We know someone that is perfect for the job (experience and enthusiasm),
Urban Bike Project of Wilmington -a 501(c)3 non-profit bike shop- 1908 N. Market Street (entrance is in the parking lot behind the building) Wilmington, DE 19802
Hours: Thursday 6:30-9:00 Saturday 1:00-4:00
Visit us online at http://urbanbikeproject.org
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