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Posted: 07/12/2016

New Mexico Historic Sites
Department of Cultural Affairs

New Mexico Historic Sites are seven storied places where the past is palpable. They invite you to hit the road, explore, and get out in the golden New Mexico sun. It's your chance to follow in the footsteps of indigenous people, Spanish conquistadors, Civil War soliders, outlaws, and lawmen.

Regional Site Manager
Professional Opportunity
Lincoln, NM
$39,686.40 - $69,035.20

This Regional Site Manager (Staff Manager) position will work within a designated historic sites region and manage multiple sites at both Lincoln Historic Site located in Lincoln, New Mexico and at Fort Stanton Historic Site, located at Fort Stanton, New Mexico. The Regional Site Manager is responsible for the professional administration of the State Historic Sites located within this designated region. The Regional Site Manager is charged with carrying out the mission and strategic goals of the Historic Sites Division and of the Department of Cultural Affairs. The position primarily focuses on four core areas: 1) Cultural Resource Management, including preservation of the sites and collections management; 2) Interpretative Programming, including education and public programs, special events, and exhibits; 3) Fund and Partnership Development, including achieving fundraising goals and strategic plans; and 4) Marketing to increase access and visitation while building a high level public profile and awareness. Preference will be given to applicants with a Masters Degree of Arts in museum studies, public history, history, or a related field.

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How to apply
Apply at New Mexico State Personnel http://www.spo.state.nm.us/State_Employment.aspx
George Villarreal

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