|Proven ability to create training materials by synthesizing large amounts of material
Proven ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.
Abilities to (1) teach history and presentation skills using a variety of techniques, (2) organize time and teaching materials effectively, and (3) represent Colonial Williamsburg Foundation before national and international organizations
Demonstrated success as a mentor or coach, or theatrical director
Familiarity with various interpretive techniques, especially narrative (storytelling)
Knowledge of early American history
All of the above generally gained through completion of a bachelor’s degree in American history, English history or a closely related field, three years theatrical directing and acting experience and five years interpretive/living history experience
Highly desirable: Two years supervisory or educational administration experience; detailed knowledge of Virginia history; Experience as an evaluator (giving feedback)