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Posted: 06/27/2011

Peninsula Valley Historic & Education Foundation

The Peninsula Valley Historic & Education Foundation was founded to continue the work of Robert L. Hunker who lived in the Village of Peninsula for over 40 years. The Foundation is passionate about preserving the historic integrity and local value of Peninsula which has been accomplished through purchasing and maintaining historic properties as well as important artifacts and records. We seek to continue this legacy and involve younger generations in the goal of preserving Peninsula's past and educating others so people in the area may continue to benefit from it.

Professional Opportunity
Peninsula, OH

The Board of Directors is seeking a President for the Peninsula Valley Historic & Education Foundation. The successful candidate will understand and guide the Foundation’s mission of historic preservation and education of Peninsula and the Cuyahoga Valley. He or she will also have a significant track record in fund development and have the ability to attract and steward major donors. This candidate will serve as the public face of the Foundation and will be a role model, building commitment in both volunteers and professionals.


• Part-time

• One year with renewal held at annual Board Meeting

Specific Duties and Responsibilities:

• Develop an annual budget for the Foundation.

• Overall responsibility for corporate management.

• Manage the preservation, restoration, maintenance and development of all the Foundation’s properties.

• Develop and maintain strong relationships with key institutional and individual stakeholders to further organization’s work.

• Develop and conduct continuous public awareness and education of Foundation’s programs and services.

• Oversee marketing and communication.

• Oversee volunteer committees that support the work of the organization.

• Oversee the Foundation’s compliance with applicable laws, including taxing authorities.

• Serve as an ex-officio member of all committees of the Board.

• Other duties as assigned.

Education and Qualification:

• Bachelor’s degree or equivalent.

• Fund raising experience; knowledge of grant writing

• Strong management skills and ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously.

• Knowledge and commitment to historic preservation.

• Ability to read, write and speak English with proficiency.

• Computer literacy

• Availability & willingness to work flexible schedule including evenings and weekends; local travel and some out-of-town travel required; valid drivers license required

OPen until
none given

How to apply
Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and three (3) references with salary requirements to: rchuddle@peninsulahistory.org or Peninsula Valley Historic and Education Foundation 6138 Riverview Rd., Suite F Peninsula, OH 44264-9651 Attn: Job Posting No phone calls, please. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER ALL DOCUMENTS MUST BE POSTMARKED BY MONDAY, AUGUST 1, 2011
Rebecca C. Huddle
6138 Riverview Rd. Ste F
Peninsula, OH 44264

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