Manage the organizations preservation programming and special projects in coordination with the Executive Director. Oversee the Preservation Resource Center, including managing the historic properties archive and responding to public inquiries. Consult with property owners and residents on economic incentives, the appropriateness of proposed rehabilitations, and research or construction resources. Staffs the Public Affairs Committee and assists in implementing the annual awards program, endangered places list, Realtor training course, membership tours, and other special tours and events as needed. Assists the Executive Director in writing grant proposals for special projects and representing the organization at public hearings, meetings, or speaking engagements in the community. Coordinate with City of Fort Worth Historic Preservation staff and the Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission, and present comments from the organization at Commission meetings. Supervision over interns, volunteers, or outside consultants for special projects may be required. Responds to press inquiries when appropriate. Updates and maintains web content and social media profiles, as well as assisting with the development of publications and other creative tasks.
Reports to: Executive Director
Position Qualifications Guidelines:
· Must enjoy working with the public. Must possess excellent administrative, technology, and communication skills.
· Demonstrated ability to work in harmony with a variety of people, and to interface professionally with the various publics connected to HFW. Must be cordial when addressing or answering the public.
· A team player who understands and practices the service, support, and client satisfaction concepts required for decision by consensus vs. decision by dictate
· Knowledgeable in the following software programs:
Microsoft Office programs including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook
Volusion and Wordpress website tools
Adobe Creative Cloud programs including InDesign, Acrobat, and Photoshop