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  • 22 Mar 2018 10:09 AM | Bruce Howard

    Columbus Botanical Garden seeks a full-time executive director with excellent leadership and management skills, and experience in managing people, assets, finances and fundraising. The executive director will be charged with providing overall leadership within the organization.  Essential responsibilities include managing paid staff, contract employees and volunteers as well as working in partnership with the Board of Directors; supporting the Campaign Chair to successfully execute the $10 million capital campaign launched in the fall of 2017; forging new relationships to build Columbus Botanical Garden’s visibility, impact and financial resources within the community and the region it serves.  Prior experience with public gardens would be valuable, although not required.

    Please visit our website (https://columbusbotanicalgarden.org) for more information about Columbus Botanical Garden.  A resume, cover letter and references are required of all applicants.  All inquiries, application materials and candidate nominations may be made in confidence to careers@columbusbotanicalgarden.org.

  • 20 Mar 2018 11:04 AM | Stephanie Boyle

    Unique opportunity to support one of the country’s finest nonprofit organizations devoted to historic preservation and patriotic service during an exciting period of growth and transformation. The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America seeks a Business Manager to facilitate financial operations, and support human resource management and other institutional efforts.

    Responsibilities of the position include:

    Finance support: process office deposits and payments; prepare annual budget; interface with contract accountant(s), auditor(s), vendors, and clients regarding financial matters; serve as liaison between accountant(s) and staff team in development and implementing financial procedures; reconcile donation receipts; support Executive Director and Treasurer(s) as needed; and manage grant financial reporting.

    Human resources support: manage new hire paperwork, payroll, tracking of annual leave, and employee recognition and appreciation efforts; coordinate employee benefits enrollment and renewal of contracts annually; assist with recruitment efforts; and maintain/update Employee Handbook. Oversee EEO, OCR, and OSHA compliance.

    Institutional assistance: insurance policy renewals, institutional record-keeping, property tax exemption, and other city or federal paperwork required to maintain 501(c)(3) status, charitable business license, etc. Manage office management, supervising part-time Administrative Assistant.

    Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree, with 2-3 years office management, HR, bookkeeping, or related experience;
    • High degree of initiative and proven attention to detail;
    • Highly organized, with a proven ability to work well under pressure and manage multiple projects and deadlines;
    • Unquestioned ethics and professional standards; ability to manage personnel and financial records and issues confidentially and with sensitivity;
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office software (outlook, word, excel); familiarity with database programs and accounting software systems; and willingness to learn;
    • Ideal attributes include a proactive, positive nature; strong interpersonal skills; abundant energy; and a team player with an ability to collaborate and engage colleagues in change process.

    This position works at the historic Dumbarton House, NSCDA National Headquarters and Museum, and requires the mobility and dexterity to climb stairs and carry objects. Occasional evening, weekend, and off-site hours required.

    To Apply:

    For immediate consideration, send cover letter and resume to Karen L. Daly, Executive Director, karendaly@dumbartonhouse.org with “Business Manager” as subject line. No phone calls please.


  • 20 Mar 2018 10:59 AM | Stephanie Boyle

    Unique opportunity to support one of the country’s finest nonprofit organizations devoted to historic preservation and patriotic service during an exciting period of growth and transformation. The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America seeks a Member Services Manager to strengthen National Headquarters support for our members as we launch a new institutional Strategic Plan following the 125th anniversary of this women’s lineage organization. The NSCDA Member Services Manager—a positive and motivated professional with impeccable customer service skills and ability to take direction from multiple sources—will have a unique opportunity to impact the future of the organization during this important time.

    Responsibilities of the position include:

    Build and maintain strong relationships with NSCDA leadership nationally, and support 44 Corporate Societies and 15,300+ individual members nationally;

    Coordinate NSCDA meetings, workshops, training/orientation webinars, and new travel program;

    Maintain NSCDA membership database, providing reports and analysis as needed;

    Coordinate NSCDA Strategic Plan development, approval process, progress, and reporting, collecting and collating nation-wide data to support annual report creation;

    Manage online member resources and support member communications, including website maintenance, online databases, e-newsletters, conference calls, etc.; and

    Supervise Membership & Meetings Assistant, Web & Social Media Assistant, and other periodic part-time, intern, or volunteer headquarters staff.

    Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree, with 2-3 years providing administrative Board support, planning conferences/meetings, working with nonprofit volunteers, or related experience;
    • Strong customer service skills and ability to build rapport with members of all ages across the country;
    • Self-directed, motivated, tactful, diplomatic, and congenial;
    • Proactive and positive attitude, creative problem-solver, and ability to multi-task;
    • Proven attention to detail and strong organizing and writing skills;
    • Strong computer skills, with database, word processing, webinar, and website maintenance experience;
    • Demonstrated experience executing administrative actions and conference/meeting planning;
    • Flexibility, enthusiasm, and attitude of respect for working with diverse staff, volunteers, members, and visitors.
    • This position works at the historic Dumbarton House, NSCDA National Headquarters and Museum, and requires the mobility and dexterity to climb stairs and carry objects. Regular evening, weekend, and off-site hours required.

    To Apply:                                                                                                      

    For immediate consideration, send cover letter and resume to Karen L. Daly, Executive Director, karendaly@dumbartonhouse.org with “NSCDA Member Services” as subject line. No phone calls please.


  • 19 Mar 2018 2:28 PM | Anne Brenner

    The Tenement Museum is seeking a Chief Programs Officer to work under the direction of the Tenement Museum’s President to help shape the strategic vision for its programming.  In the last five years the museum has successfully completed a capital campaign, doubled its visitorship and budget and expanded its programming to include post-WW II immigration.  Over the next five years the museum will seek to further its mission as an institution that educates America about the value of immigration.  To accomplish this, the museum has developed an ambitious plan to expand its reach and impact beyond the city of New York to the nation as a whole and help reshape the national narrative on immigration.   The Chief Programs Officer will be responsible for leading the development and delivery of innovative programming that will enable the museum to scale its impact.  The museum currently sees 250,000 visitors each year, of which 50,000 are school children, with the goal of increasing visitorship to 350,000 people within the next five years and developing ancillary programming that reaches an additional 650,000 people off-site.  All programs and tours are facilitated by an Educator.   

    Responsibilities

    • Shape the vision and strategy for exhibitions, education, outreach, and public programs ensuring high-quality and innovative programs.
    • Oversee the planning, design and budgeting of new and existing programs to achieve our goals of expanding our reach and impact. 
    • Ensure continuous quality improvement of all programs and content, including educator evaluation and training. 
    • In collaboration with President, develop and deepen relationships with thought leaders, policy makers and key funders. 
    • Work closely with Development and Finance in the development of program designs, objectives and budgets to support funding proposals and efforts. 
    • In coordination with President and senior management team, play a key role in the overall development, strategic planning, service delivery, and management of the organization.
    • Collaborate across the organization to promote close and productive interdepartmental relationships and communications.
    • Manage a division of two departments, Curatorial and Education, comprised of 14 full time employees and 65 part-time educators.
    • Develop and manage a budget of $1.5 million and regularly monitor program division budgets and expenses.

    Knowledge, Skills, Qualifications

    • A passionate commitment to the Museum’s purpose of educating the nation about the importance and value of immigration and immigrants.
    • Minimum of 10 years of progressive experience of development and delivery of educational and/or museum-based programming.
    • Significant experience as a leader of people with the proven ability to recruit, manage performance, retain and develop key talent. 
    • Proven ability to work with and lead teams
    • Demonstrated experience in conceptualizing, developing and implementing projects and creating funding proposals and budgets to support that process.
    • Excellent analytical, strategic thinking and problem solving skills.
    • Love of history and storytelling.
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
    • Familiarity with digital and emerging technology a major plus.
    • Master’s Degree or Ph.D. in education, history or museum studies preferred.

    How to Apply:

    Please submit your resume and cover letter through our career portal.


  • 01 Mar 2018 12:20 PM | John O'Hara

    Job Posting: Director Ralston Cider Mill

    Position Announcement: Director

    The Ralston Cider Mill Museum, an operational Cider Mill Museum, located in Mendham, New Jersey, seeks an energetic, creative, and goal-oriented leader to serve as Executive Director.

     About the Ralston Cider Mill Museum:

    The Ralston Cider Mill is the only operational cider mill functioning as a privately funded museum. We are dedicated to the preservation of the mill and open to the public for tours, research, and education. The mill was originally constructed in 1848 as a grist mill and converted to a cider mill in 1910. It operated through prohibition producing apple cider, Hard Cider and Apple Jack. The mill and its equipment have been carefully restored and are fully operational.

     Job Description:

    The primary responsibilities of the Director are the management of the Ralston Cider Mill. In conjunction with the Board of Trustees, the Director undertakes long- and short-range planning, policy development, budget preparation and monitoring, and development of RSM programs and services. The Director manages approximately 10-20 volunteers who serve as Millers and docents. The Director represents the RSM in the community, participates in events which increase awareness of the RSM, expands community outreach, and performs duties which foster donation of relevant artifacts and funds to the RSM.

     Essential Duties and Responsibilities of the Director:

                         Supervises Volunteer Staff: Identifies, assigns, and supervises work of the volunteer staff. Assures that all are appropriately trained, and adequate staffing is maintained to meet the RSM needs and objectives. Creates a congenial atmosphere and environment conducive for recruiting and retaining volunteers.

                          Financial records, Reports, and Proposals: Performs ongoing financial management as well as long-term planning and reporting. Works with the Board of Trustees to develop a yearly budget for the RSM.

                          Planning: Responsible for strategic planning, as well as creating long-term, short-term, and annual goals and objectives for the organization.

                         Education: Recruits schools and special interest groups to participate in RCM developed educational programs.

                           Community Outreach: Develops programs, community activities, and appropriate meetings which further the mission of the RSM and benefit the community

                           Website, Promotion and Publicity: Promotes the Ralston Cider Mill Museum events and activities. Keeps website current.

                          Membership: Works to increase membership numbers and member benefits, and maintains RSM member records.

                          Development: Works with the Board of Trustees on the annual Pressing Day fundraising event as well as assist in developing other major fundraising efforts.

                          Grants: Identifies grant opportunities and works to develop government, non-profit, and foundation grants to support the operations of the RSM. Responsible for appropriate monitoring of grants and required reporting.

                          Records: Keeps electronic records in an orderly and accessible system and monitors regular file back-up. Maintains hard-copy files in an organized manner.

                          Facilities, Supplies and Equipment: Coordinates maintenance of the buildings, grounds, and equipment, and provides for safe and reliable operation of the RSM. Maintains adequate supplies for operation within budget parameters.

                          Museum Operations and Visitor Services: Coordinates all Museum functions and services. Schedules group tours and coordinates volunteer staffing for regular open hours as well as educational programs, special tours and events. Maintains records related to utilization of the Museum.

                         Professional Development: Participates in educational activities and museum associations to keep abreast of the latest development in small museum and historical society management.

     

    Skills and Expertise Required:

                         Supervisory skills, especially as relevant to a volunteer staff, financial, and administrative management of an organization

                         Ability to serve as an articulate spokesperson for the RSM

                         Experience in development and fundraising, including foundation and government grants as well as corporate and private donations; demonstrated ability to develop partnerships and identify creative solutions

                         Financial record-keeping skills

                         Knowledge of Museum Professional policies, issues, and strategies

                         Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, database system and Power Point required.

                         Adept at Social Media, especially Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram

                         Interpersonal and team interaction skills; ability to work with the community and with the    Board of Trustees.

                         Ability to meet the physical demands of working and transporting materials in an historic building with non-standard stairs

     Qualifications:

    The Director will have a relevant bachelor's degree and experience in a related field or an equivalent combination of education and experience, demonstrating ability required to support a non-profit organization and manage service for a small historical society and museum staffed primarily with volunteers. Those with degrees in history, art history, museum studies, Historic Restoration, education, or related fields are encouraged to apply.

     Location: The Director will be based at the Ralston Cider Mill in Mendham NJ

     Compensation:

    Housing: Compensation includes housing. The Director will be offered the use of a three bedroom apartment in a house located on the property in beautiful Mendham New Jersey. Use of the residence includes all utilities.

    Salary: This is a full time, salaried position, salary range $20,000-$25,000 DOE, which requires some weekend and evening hours.  The work schedule is flexible and some duties may be performed from home.

     Closing date: March 30, 2018

     To Apply: Please submit cover letter and resume to: info@ralstoncidermill.org with Director in the subject line. No phone inquiries please.


  • 26 Feb 2018 12:31 PM | Kathryn Blackwell

    The Fairfax County Park Authority is seeking a Collections Assistant to assist the Museum Collections Manager with collections duties.

    This position may not exceed 1560 hours per calendar year, resulting in a shortened weekly schedule averaging 30 hours per week, to provide for year-round employment. Individuals in these positions have the option to purchase county health benefits; no other county benefits are included. Appointment to this position is contingent upon satisfactory results on a criminal history record check.

    Location: Museum Collections Office, Walney Visitor Center, Chantilly, VA 20151

    Hourly Rate: $21

    Closing Date: March 9th

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

            Assists with inventories of collections and reconciliation of artifact records

            Performs data entry and filing of donor recognition letters, gift/donation forms, catalog records, accession and deaccession forms, loan forms, and other artifact documentation

            Assists in the deaccession process, including documentation, movement of objects, and researching disposal options

            Classifies and physically numbers museum artifacts

            Assists with storage of collections

            Assists with simple, appropriate cleaning of artifacts and collections storage areas

            Assists with maintenance of collections database

            Retrieves and prepares artifacts and artifact information, conducts artifact-related research, and provides input regarding collection elements for exhibits, programs, website and social media content, and other instances where collections information is needed

    ·         Prepares exhibits and website and social media content

            Assists with Environmental Monitoring and Integrated Pest Management tasks

            Assists with installation and dismantling of exhibits as needed

            Occasionally responds to collection-related inquiries, surveys, etc., from museums, researchers, and collectors

            Occasionally assists with routine security and safety inspections

            Occasionally assists with collection and/or education tours

    ·         Occasionally trains and exercises direction over interns, and junior staff

            Performs other duties as assigned

    Required Qualifications: Graduation from an accredited college or university with Bachelor’s degree in American history, museum studies, public history, liberal arts, or other museum-related field; Strong understanding of museum standards and accession procedures; Proficiency with database applications; 2 years’ experience working in a technical role at a museum.

    Preferred Qualifications: MA in Museum Studies or related field of study; Experience with Proficio’s Re:discovery software; Ability to handle multiple projects and deadlines; Ability to use complex filing and research systems; Ability to multi-task and problem solve; Ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing; Familiarity with scanners and digital cameras.

    Physical Requirements: This work requires the ability to lift up to 50 pounds, with frequent lifting and carrying of items up to 25 pounds. Requires on-site inspection of collections objects in historic homes and buildings, including attics, basements, and non-climate controlled areas.

    How to Apply: Please email resume and cover letter by March 9, 2018 to Megan.Leining@fairfaxcounty.gov

  • 22 Feb 2018 10:40 AM | Anonymous

    The Wharton Esherick Museum (Malvern, PA) is currently seeking a Weekend Visitor Experience Coordinator to oversee our Visitor Center and be the public face of our tour program on Saturdays and Sundays. The Visitor Center is inside an iconic Wharton Esherick building which includes a small gift shop and exhibition space. Please note that this is a 10 month position from March to December – the Museum is closed to the public in January and February.

    Wharton Esherick Museum’s mission is to preserve, maintain and exhibit the artistic creations of Wharton Esherick so that the public may gain enjoyment, education and inspiration from Esherick’s life and work. Wharton Esherick (1887-1970) was a sculptor who worked primarily in wood, extending his unique forms to furniture, furnishings, interiors and buildings to creating sculptural environments. His motto, “if it isn’t fun, it isn’t worth doing,” is evident in the joyful expression of his work. For more information see our website at: www.whartonesherickmuseum.org

    Responsibilities:
    • Provide excellent, proactive and friendly customer service to Museum visitors
    • Greet visitors and orient them to the Museum and the visitor experience
    • Process admissions, and membership and store transactions through a POS system
    • Provide support in booking Museum tours, including answering phone calls and email correspondence
    • Help with basic set up and staff coverage for occasional special events
    • Lead hour-long tours of the Museum (training provided)
    • Assist with store management including inventory tracking
    • Assist with data entry and special projects including some administrative and collections management tasks

    Qualifications:
    • Excellent communication and customer service skills
    • High level of professionalism
    • Prior experience with cash handling and POS systems
    • Prior museum experience a plus

    Hours: Saturday 9:30 am-5:00 pm; Sunday 10:00 am-5:00 pm; occasional additional weekday and weekend hours for special events. Some flexibility for occasional shift coverage. In your cover letter, please describe your availability and how this job fits within the framework of your other work or school-related commitments.

    Pay: $11/hour. The Wharton Esherick Museum is an equal opportunity employer.

    To Apply:

    Please email your resume and cover letter to Julie Siglin, Executive Director, at julie@whartonesherickmuseum.org. No calls please. Please submit by March 9, 2018, review of applications will begin immediately.

    Education Level: High school diploma


  • 13 Feb 2018 2:56 PM | Trevor Lanier

    Company: Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum 

    Job Title: Historical Interpreter (Part Time)

    Reports To: Assistant to Director of Education Programs

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    ORGANIZATION MISSION


    The mission of the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum is to collect for preservation, operation, interpretation and display, railroad artifacts in an authentic setting to educate the public concerning the role of railroads in the history and development of our region. 


    POSITION SUMMARY


    The Interpreter will:

    • Be a Front line customer service presence to our public 
    • Seek to educate the public concerning the role of railroads in the history and development of our region 
    • Be interactive with customers and create a clear interpretation of the impact of trains throughout history 
    • Be responsible for planning, preparing and presenting talks, promoting public interest and notice of our history



    JOB DUTIES


    • Reports to and works under the direction of the Education Director. Position works independently and requires a measure of judgment and discretion in completion of duties 
    • Research, develop and present thematic original tours and special programs for groups and individuals
    • Provides interpretive knowledge by answering questions, creating and implementing talks and a variety of interpretive opportunities
    • Ensures visitors have an engaging experience
    • Learns about the area history locomotives, passenger cars, other equipment on the property and the experiences that took place on trains to help visitors imagine and understand as they interact with the trains
    • Facilitates with customer feedback regarding customer needs and concerns, museum challenges, and generates ideas and solutions to meet identified needs



    Dress Code


    The museum keeps to a dress code for employees in the public service to foster a productive and safe work environment and to preserve TVRM’s public image. This means no inappropriate hairstyles, tattoos, jewelry, clothing or fashion statements are allowed. Employees are required to be in appropriate, approved museum attire at all times while on duty. 

    OTHER FUNCTIONS


    The interpreter may preform additional functions as assigned. The position will require work on weekends, nights and holidays to accommodate facility programming and train activities.




    DAILY PHYSICAL & SOCIAL REQUIREMENTS


    • Loading and unloading of customers from train in a pleasant manner
    • Ability to lift equipment to load and unload passengers (ie. step box and ramp) weighing up to 25 lbs
    • Able to stand for long periods of time, climb stairs, work outside and in un-air-conditioned buildings in various weather conditions
    • Able to deal with tour groups, guiding them to their seats and other locations under time constraints 




    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS


    • Post-secondary education (Associates degree or courses towards a Bachelor degree) American history/studies, American History Communications, Social Science, Humanities, Mechanical Engineering or any related field. 
    • One (1) year of related experience or acquired knowledge of Museum functions and/or trains, through community involvement or any combination of education and training that demonstrates candidates to perform the essential duties of the position.
    • Ability to engage in a positive and harmonious work relationship with Volunteers and other Museum Staff
    • Able to communicate verbally, be attentive and engage with customers and make sound judgments
    • Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills
    • Exemplary customer service skills with diverse audiences 


    APPLICATION PROCEDURE

    Send resume and references to Shana Haynes, Assistant to the Education Programs Director at shaynes@tvrail.com or 2200 N Chamberlain Ave, Chattanooga, TN 37406



  • 30 Jan 2018 11:56 AM | Mark Sutherland

    The Historic Sites of the Morris County Park Commission, located in Morristown, NJ, seeks a dynamic, energetic leader for the position of Senior Historical Program Specialist at its Fosterfields Living Historical Farm location.  Fosterfields is a 200-acre Living Historical Farm, located in Morristown, NJ, preserving the farm and estate of Charles Foster, and his daughter Caroline.

    The chosen candidate will lead the development, planning, implementation and scheduling of the daily educational, interpretive, special event, public programs, and volunteer programs at Fosterfields Living Historical Farm, which includes:

    • Planning, developing, and conducting tours, demonstrations, programs, workshops, and other educational, interpretive, and public programs for all age groups;

    ·       Assisting with the development of educational materials including interpretive exhibits, brochures, and other educational resource materials;

    • Ensuring that all educational programming meets NJ Core Curriculum standards;
    • Working with Farm staff to coordinate programs involving farm animals, implements, and crops;
    • Overseeing the supervision and training of all part-time year-round, and part-time seasonal Education staff;
    • Scheduling, supervising, training and recruiting site volunteers for all programs(Currently there are 30+ active volunteers);
    • Working with staff to develop outreach programs, and programming for scouts, home schools, and other groups as needed;

    The successful candidate will be a graduate of a recognized Master’s Degree program, with a major program of study in history, American studies, museum studies, or a related field, and have at least five years of experience creating, implementing and presenting programs at historic sites, preferably a historic farm setting.  The candidate will work a flexible schedule including evenings, weekends, and holidays as required.  The applicant must become a New Jersey resident within one year of being hired.  Salary for the position is $48,632, with a comprehensive benefits package.  To apply, please go to https://tinyurl.com/MorrisParkapplication, and follow the information on “How to Apply”. No phone calls please.   Please reply by Friday, February 16, 2018.

    The Morris County Park Commission is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

  • 29 Jan 2018 3:44 PM | Robert Clark

    JOB TITLE: Visitor Services Associate

    EMPLOYMENT CATEGORY: Hourly, non-exempt, up to 25 hours per week

    DATE UPDATED: January 16, 2018

    REPORTS TO: VP of Education and Interpretation

    HOURLY RATE: $10 per hour

     

    POSITION SUMMARY:

    The Visitor Services Associate is expected to assist with all aspects of visitor services at the William Paca House and Gardens: staffing the reception desk; admissions, membership and retail sales; collecting visitor statistics; maintaining site security; giving tours; and assisting with public programs, events, and other duties as assigned.

     

    MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

    - Assists with general museum reception and visitor services and maintains the highest standards of customer service for all visitors.

    - Responds effectively and knowledgeably to questions from visitors regarding Historic Annapolis, Inc., HA sites and exhibit information, planned programs/events, local tourist information, and membership and volunteer opportunities.

    - Responsible for all opening and closing procedures, both at the register and reception desk and in opening and closing the William Paca House and Gardens.

    - Performs accurate POS retail sales processing, admissions, event, and membership sales through two software platforms (Counterpoint and Altru) to balance the day’s business in the appropriate manner.

    - Provides in-depth and engaging tours of the William Paca House.

    - Answers the telephone and provides requested information. If unable to answer the question, VSAs forward the call to appropriate staff members, using good communication skills and working collaboratively to do so.

    - Performs store maintenance, restocking supplies, and cleaning as needed to optimize the appearance of the retail sales floor and all merchandise.

    - Participates in all aspects of setup/break down and staffing of HA events in support of the organization as requested and needed.

    - Assists with public, education, and fundraising programs.

    - Is knowledgeable about HA membership levels and benefits and promotes HA membership sales.

    - Willingly and enthusiastically assists HA staff with tasks as needed, including administrative tasks and public and fundraising programs.

    - Other duties as assigned.

    JOB SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND EDUCATION:

    - College preferred, high school or G.E.D. essential. Those with degrees in history, art history, museum studies, education, or related fields are encouraged to apply.

    - A minimum of one year of work experience in retail or customer service position.

    - Demonstrated interest in and aptitude for providing high-quality educational content to a diverse general public.

    - Dedicated commitment to the philosophy and mission of Historic Annapolis.

    - Excellent customer service abilities, accuracy, enthusiasm and productive work ethic.

    - Effective oral, written and interpersonal communication skills.

    - Effective knowledge of HA properties and programs as well as Annapolis tourism and restaurants.

    - Ability to deal tactfully and effectively with a diverse population of visitors and staff.

    - Demonstrated organizational and time management skills.

    - Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, database system and Power Point required.

    - Ability to follow policies, procedures, and instructions to accomplish assigned tasks accurately and appropriately.

    - Demonstrate a desire and ability to function as a team player, including working a flexible schedule, including evenings and weekends, to accommodate the needs of Historic Annapolis.

    - Public speaking experience.

     

    You can view this listing at http://www.annapolis.org/support/employment-internships. To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to lucy.mikhailova@annapolis.org.

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