Executive Director [Hull Lifesaving Museum]

Posted by Tegan Kehoe on August 25, 1974 in job announcements |

Apply by September 12, 2014.

The Hull Lifesaving Museum (“HLM”) seeks a passionate, committed, energetic, and highly skilled Executive Director to lead the organization through a variety of strategic initiatives. Current HLM programs include an active collection of exhibits, lectures, and educational programs through the museum itself, an on-the-water youth and adult rowing and educational programs, and a marine-skills focused, job training program for adjudicated youth. Key Responsibilities • Plan and execute new development initiatives and spearhead existing capital campaign and fundraising events. • Work with staff, the board of directors, and other key stakeholders to finalize a new strategic plan and to help align HLM’s programmatic work with this strategic plan. • Oversee senior staff leading the core programs, as well as the finance/administration and development functions. • Develop and maintain effective partnerships related to programs. • Manage the organization’s budget. • Evaluate program’s accomplishments based on results-driven targets. Minimum Requirements • Minimum of 5 years results-driven leadership and management experience, particularly in the non-profit sector. • Proven development and fundraising experience – targeting government sources, • Demonstrated experience with strategic planning and implementation. • Bachelor’s degree is a minimum requirement, an advanced degree is a plus. Desired Skills and Attributes • Demonstrated interest in maritime life, skills, and/or history a plus. • Experience running a museum. To apply: Resumes and cover letters by September 12, 2014 to Sue Heilman, Interim Executive Director at sue@hulllifesavingmuseum.org.

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