Now Hiring: Executive Director
Preserve the Burg is seeking a dynamic individual to fill the role of Executive Director. Preserve the Burg will be accepting letters of interest during the last quarter of 2020. We expect to complete a formal hiring process and fill the position in the first quarter of 2021. Please email a resume and letter of interest to email@example.com.
Preserve the ‘Burg Executive Director Role Description
The Executive Director (ED) is responsible for leading Preserve the ‘Burg as it overall management of the organization and furthering the strategic initiatives set forth by the Board of Directors.
The ED shall, at the direction of the Board of Directors, serve as one of the primary faces of the organization in the community.
The ED is expected to identify and implement short-and-long term membership goals and events/parties/tours, and to be accountable to the President of the Board and Board of Directors for achieving those goals, events, parties and tours. Additionally, the ED coordinates with existing leadership to shape the future of Preserve the ‘Burg including its fundraising programs, newsletters and other external facing promotional efforts.
The ED is also responsible for the daily operation of the organization, budget, and all personnel management (fulltime, Part-time and contractor – including hiring, supervising, evaluation, and termination).
Job Title: Executive Director
Organization: Preserve the ‘Burg
Reports to: President of the Board (liases the Board of Directors through the Executive Committee)
Supervises: Preserve the ‘Burg Employees and Contractors
Overtime Status: Employee / Exempt
Compensation: $60,000 to $75,000 per year.
Essential Job Responsibilities
Community Outreach and Education:
Staff and Board Leadership:
Fundraising and Resource Development:
Organization Management and Financial Responsibility:
About Preserve the ‘Burg
Since 1977 we have been working to secure the preservation, rehabilitation, restoration, maintenance, and/or acquisition of important natural, scenic, historic, and architectural sites and structures. We accomplish this by working with the City, County, businesses, and individuals to identify historic districts and sites, landmark significant structures, and foster appreciation of St. Petersburg’s historic environment. And no matter what project we undertake, the overarching goal is to instill in St. Pete’s citizens an appreciation of our shared heritage and culture and how this contributes to our quality of life and economic success.