Current Job Opportunities
Key Essential Functions:
The Executive Director must have expertise in the following areas: grant application and administration, fiscal accountability and oversight, management of physical facility, fundraising and events management, supervision of programs and exhibits, execution of the vision and plans of the Board while overseeing daily operations of the museum.
- Bachelor’s degree or higher in applicable field of study
- Experience with exhibit and program creations
- Project management experience
- Experience with successful grant writing and administration
- Formulate and implement a marketing strategy
- Oversee budget development and financial management, with Treasurer
- Event coordination and bookings of reservations
- Experience supervising volunteer coordinator/interns to include training and sustaining volunteers and community supporters.
- Strong Microsoft Office skills
- Technical experience with web site updates and social media sites
- Excellent written and verbal skills including presentation experience
- Possess skills to develop and maintain positive relationships with members, volunteers and community constituents
- Serve as a liaison with county, city, and community organizations which may include participation in meetings and conducting presentations
- Prepare and manage contracts as approved by the Board
- Write and distribute quarterly newsletter and annual appeal
- Provide any necessary guidance to committees
- Maintain museum records in electronic and hard copy forms
- Manage gift shop, contributions, and other inventory
- Cash handling skills
- Manage payroll and associated employers taxes
- Availability and willingness to work a flexible schedule, including weekends as needed.
- Self-motivation and ability to work independently toward objectives.
Physical Demands and Working Environment:
- Ability to climb stairs comfortably and frequently
- Ability to lift 40 pounds
- Able to sit for periods of time while working on computer
- Able to transport inventory for functions
- Able to lead group activities for all ages
Benefits: Core hours with flexibility due to nature of position (some weekends and evenings). Paid Federal holidays. Health, life insurance are not offered at this time.
How to Apply: Please send resume, cover letter, and references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Museum Internship Opportunities
The Friends of Concord Point Lighthouse, Inc. is offering a museum collections management internship for Summer 2017. Obligations include but are not limited to assisting with the cataloging and processing of an archaeological collection of artifacts found on the grounds of the Keeper’s House during restoration.
- Be familiar with museum collections management practices
- Possess developed writing and communication skills
- Be available to work mornings during the week
- Present completed work at close of internship
We welcome anyone with an interest in historical museum collections, archaeology and a love of Concord Point Lighthouse and its history. The Friends of Concord Point Lighthouse, Inc. is willing to work with your institution to establish credit earned.
Please submit your resume and preferred start date to email@example.com by May 15, 2019.