The Museum Director is responsible for daily operations and development of the museum. Serves as liaison between the Cordova Historical Society and the City of Cordova. Develops and implements the administrative operating procedures and policies of the museum.
CLASSIFICATION: FULL-TIME, OVERTIME EXEMPT, SALARIED AND CONFIDENTIAL
SALARY: $60,145 – $74,634 ANNUALLY, DOE
HOURS: MON-FRI OFFICE HOURS, 0800 – 1700
QUALIFICATIONS: Undergraduate degree in history, anthropology, fine art, or a related field is required. An advanced degree with training in museum studies is preferred. Three years’ experience related to museum preferred.
- Directs, develops, and implements the administrative and operating policies and procedures of the museum.
- Plans, organizes, directs, monitors, and evaluates the work activities of museum staff.
- Develop, submit, and administer annual operating budgets for museum consulting with the historical society.
- Supervises planning of exhibits for facilities and assists in development and implementation.
- Researches, recommends, prepares, and applies for grants with historical society input; oversees the implementation of grant funded projects for the museum.
- Train, supervise and coordinate volunteer activities for the museum.
- Acts as support staff to historical society assisting with fund-raising and volunteer recruitment.
- Assists with operations of Museum Store in partnership with Cordova Historical Society volunteers.
- Assists with memberships, correspondence, accounting, and record keeping.
- Represent city of community, state, federal museum and library organization, historic preservation commission.
TO APPLY: Download a City application and complete job description, which includes necessary knowledge, skills, abilities and working conditions. Interested individuals should submit a City application to Human Resources, firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications accepted until position filled.
THE CITY OF CORDOVA IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER