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Posted: 03/20/2017

Washington Heritage Museums

The mission of the Washington Heritage Museums (WHM) is to preserve, promote and maintain its four 18th century properties in Fredericksburg, VA and develop dynamic educational resources and programs to engage and inspire the interest of everyone. The museum group includes the Mary Washington House, Hugh Mercer Apothecary Shop, and Rising Sun Tavern. Each museum is open to the public for tours 360 days a year and offers programs and events. In addition, St. James' House is open for tours 2 weeks a year and serves as the headquarters of Washington Heritage Museums. The museums are supported by committed members and volunteers. WHM's dedicated members are from not only Virginia, but across the nation.

Office Manager
Professional Opportunity
Fredericksburg, VA

Washington Heritage Museums (WHM) seeks to hire an Office Manager in downtown Fredericksburg.  The position is 25 hours per week from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. weekdays and pays an annual salary of $20,790.  The Office Manager performs a wide variety of tasks including bookkeeping, payroll, membership services, marketing, purchasing and interaction with the other WHM museums and the Fredericksburg Visitors Center.  Requires an ability to prioritize tasks, work with volunteers and an attention to detail.  Applicants must have experience with QuickBooks, Microsoft Office applications and database management programs.  

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How to apply
For consideration, please submit a resume and cover letter to Office@WashingtonHeritageMuseums.org.
Anne Darron
1300 Charles Street
Fredericksburg, VA 22401

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