Executive Director [New England Air Museum]

Posted July 30, 2014.

The Board of Directors of the New England Air Museum, the largest aviation museum in the region, seeks a dynamic, forward-looking professional to serve as its next executive director. The museum’s next leader will build on the existing programs to ensure relevancy and value to future generations of visitors. S/he will serve as a motivating and effective public spokesperson for NEAM, while broadening its visibility, impact, effectiveness and financial support. Profile of the Ideal Candidate The ideal candidate is a skilled and experienced leader with a passion for aviation history and a team player who can motivate and inspire staff, volunteers, board and stakeholders. Required credentials: • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience • Minimum of five years’ relevant leadership experience Key knowledge, skills and attributes: • Respectful, inclusive, effective leader and developer of staff and teams • Strategic planner; problem solver and creative risk taker • Skilled fundraiser • Accomplished general manager and administrator • Financial acumen and discipline • Passionate spokesperson and communicator • Collaborator • Flexible with a sense of humor • Other desirable skills and attributes: passion for the story of aviation. Application Process This search is being conducted by Third Sector New England’s Executive Transitions Program with Transition Consultant Marie Dalton-Meyer. For the complete position profile and application guidelines please visit http://www.tsne.org/executive-director-new-england-air-museum Candidates are strongly encouraged to submit materials by August 29. The New England Air Museum is an Equal Opportunity Employer and actively seeks a diverse pool of candidates.
Posted on: 07/30/2014

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