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Posted: 10/25/2012

Monmouth County Historical Association

Monmouth County Historical Association is one of the nationís leading local history organizations and is committed to making its outstanding museum and research collections accessible to the public through publications, educational programs, outreach activities and ambitious temporary and permanent exhibits. The Association is a vibrant, exciting organization, which has been making history come alive for generations of visitors since 1898. Six unique historic properties, nationally recognized collections, award-winning exhibitions, premiere library and archives, and an enthusiastic, talented board and staff come together to bring centuries of Monmouth's history to today's audiences. The Associationís main Museum and Library building in Freehold is open throughout the year, and most additional historic sites are open seasonally from May to September. The Library and Archives holds one of the largest collections of printed and original materials on local history in New Jersey. Visit www.monmouthhistory.org for more information.

Professional Opportunity
Freehold, NJ

Monmouth County Historical Association†has reopened its search for a†Director to partner with the Board of Trustees in expanding and enhancing the Association as a dynamic centerpiece for the engagement of the community in Monmouth Countys rich history. †The Director will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for inspiring and executing greater community involvement to advance the organizational mission. This is an exciting opportunity for the development of creative organizational initiatives to build a strong future based on the valued past of Monmouth County.

Primary Responsibilities:

†††††††† Dynamic, professional leadership and representation of the Association in a variety of community settings

†††††††† Develop organizational strategies in partnership with the Board of Trustees to secure resources to sustain and increase community investment in the Association

†††††††† Strategic program development in support of the Associations educational mission

†††††††† Financial management and fund development

†††††††† Staff development and team management

†††††††† Property management in partnership with the Building and Grounds Committee

†††††††† Build constituency through the development and maintenance of strategic relationships within the county and state

†††††††† Spokesperson for the importance of the historic properties and collections to engage public involvement


Qualifications Include:†

†††††††† Positive, dynamic, enthusiastic leader experienced in representing an organization in a variety of community venues

†††††††† Knowledge and experience in planning for the future well-being of historic properties and their availability for public access

†††††††† Experience managing and developing a staff team

†††††††† Minimum 5 years of Museum experience

†††††††† Experience in working with Boards or similar oversight groups

†††††††† Strong financial management acumen; the ability to understand, synthesize and communicate ongoing financial status

†††††††† Graduate degree in arts/museum management, historic preservation, related design management, nonprofit management or related field

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How to apply
The Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Interested candidates may apply online no later than November 16, 2012. Apply at http://bit.ly/monmouthcountyhistoricalassociation. Additional communications may be directed to mzieger@supportcenteronline.org. Note: This position is being re-posted. If you have previously applied, your application has already been reviewed Ė please do not reapply. Kindly do not contact Monmouth County Historical Association on this employment opportunity.

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