Under the direction of the Historic Sites Supervisor, the Site Manager is responsible for effective administration, management and operation of the Landmark Inn State Historic Site. In addition, the Site Manager is responsible for effective administration, management and operation of the Landmark Inn State Historic Site. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: budget development and management; maintenance of site; resource management and curatorial care of original and reproduction artifacts and exhibits; visitor services, interpretive and educational program planning, development, scheduling, production and evaluation; operation of the eight-room historic inn, including laundry and breakfast services; development of beneficial partnerships, volunteer management, media relations, promotional and marketing activities; records management and reporting; management of minor repair and maintenance projects; and personnel management. The Site Manager assists the Historic Sites Supervisor and Division Director with effective coordination and interaction with headquarters staff, community stake holders, and local government entities on matters affecting the site. Provide leadership to site staff, volunteers and other stakeholders to successfully manage and conserve the sites natural and cultural resources. Work under general supervision, with moderate latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment.
1. Hiring and supervision of site staff, including an Educator, Administrative Assistant, and Maintenance staff.
2. Direct the day-to-day operations of the site, including visitor services, programs, safety and security.
3. Responsible for program planning, development, and implementation.
4. Develops and implements effective techniques for evaluation of operation and programs.
5. Studies and analyzes operations and problems, and prepares reports of findings and recommendations.
6. Prepares justifications for and assists in implementing procedural changes and policy compliance.
7. Works with program staff in determining trends and resolving technical problems.
8. Works with and speaks to community and professional groups to coordinate, improve, and stimulate interest in the program and to secure support for local programs.
9. Evaluate employee performance and identify mentoring, coaching and training opportunities for staff members.
10. Provide recommendations on staffing needs and organization.
11. Communicate THC policy, business and information to staff in a timely basis.
12. Communicate issues, opportunities, Friends group ideas and initiatives to supervisor in a timely and effective way.
13. Maintain knowledge of current historic preservation and museum best practices.
14. Participate with the Division, THC leadership and Commission in defining site mission.