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Posted: 09/25/2013

Employer
Preservation Chicago

Preservation Chicago is an activist organization that advocates for the preservation of historic architecture, neighborhoods and urban spaces throughout the city of Chicago.


Position
Executive Director
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Chicago, IL
Details
 

Preservation Chicago, a progressive advocacy group for the preservation of Chicagos historic architecture, is seeking a dynamic, motivated individual to serve as its newest Executive Director.  We are focused on hiring an individual who is willing to dedicate themselves to the task of preserving some of the worlds most important historic architecture.  Our ideal candidate would have training or experience in architecture, historic preservation, or urban planning.  While extensive experience is not necessary, our ideal candidate would be motivated, energetic, well spoken, and comfortable with the prospect of frequently meeting with public officials, politicians, developers, donors, and the media.  As Executive Director, you will work alongside our Director of Advocacy and in conjunction with our Board to advance the cause of preservation in one of the greatest architectural cities in the world.  If you are up to the challenge, we want to hear from you.

 

 

A full job description and an estimated salary and benefit package are available upon request.  Please contact ____ with inquiries.

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