The director works with the Board of Trustees to fulfill the mission, achieve the vision and enhance the image in the community. The director is responsible for fundraising as well as for the overall management of the financial function, building operations, public relations, marketing, and personnel management.
The next Executive Director should have a minimum of 2 years of nonprofit leadership experience; hold at least a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in museum studies, history, or nonprofit management; and demonstrate a proven track record of fundraising and working within a complex development structure. They will be responsible for helping to cultivate and maintain the Museum’s donor base; for spearheading strategic planning; for representing the Museum; for advancing its reputation and recognition; for ensuring continued financial sustainability; and for nurturing collaborations with organizations and individuals. The Executive Director will have a strong understanding and appreciation of museum education, exhibits, and collections. They will be a team player who can multitask and stay goal-oriented. This person will have strong written and oral communication skills and a clear understanding of best museum practices. To submit a resume and find a full job description go to: email@example.com