The Executive Director is the chief administrative officer of the Florida Trust for Historic Preservation. The Executive Director is responsible for the daily management of the Florida Trust office and implementation of Board policies and objectives consistent with the organization’s mission, annual and strategic plans and financial goals.
The ability to meet strict deadlines and to work cooperatively with grassroots advocates, members, trustees and public officials is imperative. In addition, the ability to travel and to work some evenings and weekends is expected. This position reports to the Board of Trustees of the Florida Trust for Historic Preservation.
• Four year degree required, graduate degree preferred.
• Five years increasingly responsible experience with a non-profit organization.
• A current Florida driver’s license; ability and willingness to travel regularly.
• Experience developing and implementing budgets and maintaining financial records.
• Skilled knowledge of Microsoft applications and QuickBooks and the ability to learn and work with membership database software.
• Ability to work effectively with people of varying interests and backgrounds, from grass roots advocates to elected officials.
• Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
• Strong development and fundraising background.
• Event planning and implementation experience.
• Experience supervising compensated and volunteer staff and working with a Board of Directors.
• Proof of U.S. citizenship.
Salary and Benefits commensurate with experience.
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