Booming Central Florida community is looking for an executive director for their non-profit historic organization. The organization has a Pioneer Village, walking trail and an artifact and research center. We also subcontract to operate a welcome center and a museum. The Board consists of up to 19 members of the community who are committed to preserving our heritage.
Individuals must possess fundraising, marketing, management and accounting skills along with the ability to supervise a permanent staff of 6 and a temporary staff of up to 10 additional employees. The organization has been through the first MAP assessment and the Board wishes to continue that process with the Executive Director in charge.
The qualified candidate will possess a BA or BS degree in Business, Art, Hospitality Management or Curation and at least 5 years experience in a management position in an organization similar to ours (historical organization or museum) 15 years or more experience may substitute for the degree requirements.
This is a dynamic organization and only those wishing to go the extra mile need apply. Please submit your resumes and references (three to five) to Pres@osceolahistory.org by August 10, 2018. The Board intends to make a decision prior to the annual meeting in September and have the Executive Director on board by October 1.