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Posted: 02/10/2013

The Alliance for Historic Wyoming

The Alliance for Historic Wyoming is Wyoming’s only active statewide historic preservation nonprofit. A 501(c)(3) organization, AHW is dedicated to protecting our historic and cultural resources in both the built and natural environments.

Executive Director
Professional Opportunity
Casper, WY

POSITION PROFILE: The Executive Director supports the
mission of the Alliance for Historic Wyoming (AHW) by directing advocacy efforts
for Wyomings historical and cultural resources and empowering citizens to
protect them. This position will average approximately 20 hours per week.  Executive Director can work from any location in Wyoming. The work will consist of leading the organizations governance, fundraising, and
outreach efforts.

Oversee all operations, and organize and attend Board meetings.
Work with committee leaders on AHW initiatives.
Conduct administrative duties while complying with state and federal laws.
Lead fundraising activities and manage grants.
Travel the state to represent the organization.

Leadership skills and the ability to implement creative ideas for the AHWs
mission and goals.
Knowledge of historic resources and state and federal programs and
Experience with grassroots activism.
Quality writing and research skills.

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How to apply
Submit a cover letter, brief writing sample, resume, and three professional references to Katherine Wonson. Email submissions preferred(please include “Executive Director Job Application” in the subject line).
Katherine Wonson
The Alliance for Historic Wyoming
PO Box 51201
Casper, WY 82605

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