The Executive Director should understand historic preservation, non-profit management and development, grant administration, membership solicitation and contact, public and media relations, and the development and management of projects supporting historic preservation awareness. The Executive Director should have strong communication skills to effectively promote HNPs message to the public, government, private developers, and Board.
Baseline responsibilities include:
Project development and management of educational programs and publications
Managing project consultants and contracts.
Coordinating activities for and communicating with Board of Directors and members
Media and government contact
Grant administration and project fundraising
The position is offered on a contract basis through April 2016 with an opportunity for renewal. The position works closely with and reports to the executive committee of the board and is subject to renewal contingent upon performance and funding. Previous experience in historic preservation, urban planning, or architecture is desired but not required.