Because the Ohio Local History Alliance aims to inspire, educate, and connect history organizations across the state of Ohio, we know that a cornerstone of our community is having dedicated staff members that propel our member organizations forward. We offer our job board in the hopes of connecting qualified individuals to organizations seeking skilled, enthusiastic employees.

Since January 1, 2019, OLHA has required that all organizations posting a position on our job board include a salary range for the listing, as well as the employment classification (part-time, full-time, seasonal, hourly, salary, etc.) Non-members will also be asked to pay a $35 fee per listing. The organization will then have the option to apply that $35 toward an appropriate level of membership so that future job postings may be free.  Posting on the Ohio Local History Alliance job board is always free to OLHA members.

To post a job, email the job description, including the salary information and employment classification, to with “Job Listing” in the subject line.

Job postings are cleared from this page every two months.

Current Listings

Agricultural Educator, Sauder Village
Historical Farm Hand, Preservation Parks of Delaware County
Curator and Collections Manager, Kent Historical Society & Museum
Volunteer Curator, Stemtown Historical Society
Museum Assistant, Chagrin Falls Historical Society & Museum
Seasonal History Assistant, The Dawes Arboretum
Museum Manager, Westerville Public Library
Executive Director, Ross County Historical Society

Agricultural Educator, Sauder Village

Reports to: Village Education Manager
Hours: Full Time, Hourly
Salary Range: $31,200-35,360

Primary Function
The Agricultural Educator is responsible for interpreting the rural history of the region during the 19th and 20th
centuries to Sauder Village guests. Content knowledge needed includes historical farming practices, animal and
crop usage, and technological changes in agriculture. This position also works collaboratively with the education team and Historic Farmer to develop and implement historically-based demonstrations, participatory experiences, and programs for guests of all ages.

Essential Functions (Responsibilities) include the following:

1. Works with Village Education Manager, Historic Farmer and education team in developing and providing on and off-site agricultural programs.
2. Provides weekly agricultural and farm-related educational programs for the Village.
3. Manages the Nature Center, which includes programming and staff supervision.
4. Provides additional S.T.E.A.M. programming in coordination with the education team.
5. Assists with the planning and implementation of agricultural components for educational programs.
6. Other duties may be assigned.

1. Serves as a liaison between Historic Farmer and Village Education Manager.
2. Works with Historic Farmer on Agricultural programming; harvesting and planting and Animal Care.
3. Other duties may be assigned.

Skills, Requirements, and Conditions. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with
disabilities to perform the above essential functions.
1. Bachelor’s degree in education, history, environmental or agriculture studies, public history, horticulture,
museum education studies or other related degrees.
2. Must have the minimum experience in the following areas – Farm: 5 years; Museum Education: 2-3 years
3. Familiarity with educational programming practices in a museum environment.
4. Experience creating, conducting museum agricultural education programs, applying current informal
education theory and best practices.
5. Animal care and handling experience with preference given to knowledge of heritage breeds.
6. Working knowledge of historical and modern-day agricultural practices.
7. Ability to drive tractors and/or other farm/agriculture equipment, or willingness to learn.
8. Willing to learn how to drive a team of draft horses which may include plowing, buggy rides, trolley tours,
9. Availability to work evenings and weekends, as needed.
10. Ability to work outside in all seasons and weather conditions, wearing appropriate historical clothing when
11. Work with people from diverse backgrounds, experiences, and cultures.
12. Must be detail oriented and organized.
13. Team-oriented and collaborative nature.
14. Good research skills and communicates effectively through all forms of communication.
15. General knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite.
16. Ability to lift 50 or more pounds on a regular basis.
17. Possesses a valid driver’s license.
18. Commitment to providing exceptional guest experiences.
19. Reliable, enthusiastic, and trustworthy team player.
20. Reflects and advocates for the mission, purpose, goals, and values of Sauder Village.

Fill out an application at Jobs & Volunteering at Sauder Village and Send resume to

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Historical Farm Hand, Preservation Parks of Delaware County

Location: Gallant Farm, Delaware County, Ohio
Hours: Part-time, 9am – 5pm Sat & Sun + 9a-5pm flex day (24 hrs/week)
Pay: $19.58 / Hour
Contact: Tony Benishek at

This position is an excellent opportunity for someone interested in historical interpretation, environmental education, agricultural education, and small-scale agriculture. The Historical Farm Hand will assist the Farm Manager and Farm Educator in operation of the interpretive (education), domestic, and agricultural components of a Depression Era (1930 – 1940) living history farm.

We provide unique experiences for thousands of visitors every year that cultivate a respect for the cultural and agricultural history of Delaware County as well as a desire to conserve the land and its many resources for future generations.

· Greets visitors, records attendance, receives and responds to general park inquiries, and comments. Passes on information received to supervisor.
· Collaborate with farm team to educate visitors of all ages about the farm, its mission, and early 20th century farm life.
· Perform a variety of domestic chores (e.g., cleaning, washing dishes, trash disposal, using wood cookstove, chop, and haul firewood, display and collections maintenance, and care for flower beds).
· Assist with daily livestock care including food, water, pasture rotations, and egg collection.
· Aid in crop planting and harvesting including hay, cover crops, small grains, and corn using historical methods and machinery.
· Help plan, plant, maintain, and harvest garden produce.
· Operate a variety of antique and modern equipment, both manual and gas powered (i.e. tractors, skid steer, line trimmer, tiller, etc.).
· Assist with light maintenance, landscape care, minor repairs, and construction projects.
· Checks facility to ensure overall cleanliness and conformance to recognized operation standards; performs light cleaning.
· Opens and securely closes farm buildings and gates.
· Assist staff with program preparation and development of displays at the farm.
· Support maintenance of farm collections and record keeping as guided by the collections policies and procedures manual.
· Reports maintenance problems, safety hazards, and defective equipment to supervisor.
· Wear Depression Era period clothing while providing interpretation and performing work when farm is open to the public.

· Knowledge and skills in historical interpretation, agricultural history, agricultural practices and methods, care of livestock, and the use or operation of a variety of early 1900’s and modern-day tools and equipment.
· Ability to perform a wide variety of domestic and farm-related tasks.
· Demonstrates interpersonal skills.
· Proficient written and oral communication skills: demonstrated ability to effectively communicate with visitors of all ages.
· Proficient in Microsoft Office applications and a familiarity with social media and other internet resources.
· Demonstrates decision making and problem-solving skills along with organizational and planning skills.
· Possess trust, integrity, high ethical standards, and the ability to prevent, reduce, and resolve conflict.
· Capability to develop and maintain positive working relationships with employees, public and volunteers.
· Be able to work with minimal or no supervision.
· Ability to recognize safety hazards and make quick decisions regarding animals, visitor safety, etc.
· Ability to operate Park District equipment including vehicles, media equipment, communications equipment, and computers.
· Ability to obtain and maintain certification in basic first aid and CPR.
· Ability to work weekends, some evenings, and holidays.

· Associate degree in agriculture, education, American history, natural resources, or related field, or an equivalent combination of education and experience preferred.
· Previous experience at a living history site, preferably a working farm, or on a modern farm preferred.
· Agricultural knowledge and hands-on experience preferred.
· Demonstrates interpersonal skills: Ability to effectively relate to people of all ages.
· Valid driver’s license and evidence of satisfactory driving record for insurability.
· First aid and CPR certified or ability to become certified.

· Pro-rated vacation and sick time
· Participate in the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System

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Curator and Collections Manager, Kent Historical Society & Museum

The position is part-time and starts at $20/hr. More details below.

Kent Historical Society seeks an experienced collections professional to oversee all aspects of curatorial
and collections management duties related to Kent Historical Society’s collection and archive. This
position of Curator and Collections Manager will provide daily and long-range oversight of the research,
care, tracking, and cataloging of all objects and enhance access to KHS artifacts.

● Earned a Bachelor’s degree with coursework in public history, museum studies, U.S. history, or a related field. Preferred candidate with Master’s degree in history, public history, museum studies or related field with a minimum of 1-3 years’ experience in curatorial and/or collections management, archives; or have 5 years of curatorial/collections management experience without a master’s degree.
● Demonstrates supervisory, organizational, planning, communication and project management skills. Must have a high level of attention to detail, and ability to problem solve.
● Proficient with technology including collections management systems, digitization, DSLR photography, and photo editing software.
● Possesses broad knowledge of professional museum ethics, principles, and practices; demonstrated working knowledge of preservation methods, professional standards, regulations, and laws related to museum collections.
● Experience conducting research with primary and secondary resources.
● Works well with volunteers and the general public; works individually and collaboratively with colleagues and board members.

The Curator and Collections Manager will facilitate working relationships by cultivating and maintaining
professional credibility with all staff, board members, and volunteers. The hired individual will exhibit
maturity, sound judgment, positive attitude, and collaboration with colleagues and others throughout
the organization and community.

● Learn about Kent and the KHS collection in relation to the community.
● Organize archival records and artifacts, physically and electronically.
● Carry out job function through completing the following essential duties directly or using volunteers’ assistance.

● Manage the artifact collection including, but not limited to cataloging; researching the provenance, history, and function of objects; performing object photography; preparing artifacts for storage; and conducting inventories.
● Curate in-house exhibitions
● Oversee, manage, and maintain artifact records in the PastPerfect collection management system.
● Provide oversight and maintenance of all artifact storage areas (both on- and off-site),
● Handle all registration duties for artifacts, including, but not limited to temporary receipts, accessioning, deaccessioning, incoming and outgoing loans, deeds of gift, condition reports, and maintaining relevant paperwork and files.
● Identify, evaluate, and recommend artifacts for acquisition and deaccessioning to director and board accession committee.
● Maintain and develop donor relationships as they relate to the artifact collection.
● Provide in-person and remote reference and research assistance to internal and external researchers as it relates to artifacts, when requested.
● Provide preventative preservation for artifacts through proper storage, care, and identification of objects in need of conservation and repair, or possible deaccession.
● Support exhibitions through the identification of materials and resources, coordination of loans, and other needs as requested.
● Maintain institutional plans, reports, procedures, and recommendations as appropriate. (e.g., artifact registration and procedures manual, housekeeping plan for artifact storage, standard facilities reports).
● Oversee the work of volunteers and interns, as necessary.
● Remain current on museum practices and standards.

Candidate must be able to work in an historic house environment. May involve standing on or sitting at a
workstation for long periods of time, exposure to dust and/or mold. Must be able to climb stairs, stretch,
reach overhead.
● Position Title: Curator and Collections Manager
● Job Type: Part-Time 20- 40 hours a month (5-10 hours per week)
● Job Duration: Yearly, renewable contract
● Min Education: BA/BS/Undergraduate, MA preferred
● Min Experience: 1-3 Years

Email cover letter and resume to Julie Kenworthy, Director at KHS.

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Volunteer Curator, Stemtown Historical Society

This is not a paid position.

The Volunteer Curator Position would be in charge of researching specimens and artifacts in a collection to identify and authenticate, giving presentations and conducting educational tours, cataloging, inventorying and maintaining records on collections, Facebook updates, and working with volunteer board members on various projects. Any interested volunteer applicants please contact 419-639-0319 or email at

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Museum Assistant, Chagrin Falls Historical Society & Museum

Description of General Duties
The Chagrin Falls Historical Society & Museum seeks a full-time Museum Assistant to provide administrative support, marketing, and customer service to maintain daily museum operations. The Museum Assistant reports to the Executive Director. Work week is 35-40 hours Tuesday through Saturday. Hours may vary depending on deadlines and time-sensitive tasks, including some weekends and evenings to meet the public service needs of the Museum. After probationary period of three months, there is the option to work from home one day a week but not during our open hours (Thursdays 2-7; Fridays 11-3; and Saturdays 11-3).

Essential Functions & Responsibilities
Operations (60%)
● Provide exceptional guest service and be attentive and courteous to all guests.
● Perform opening and closing duties, answer the phone, check answering machine, and relay messages.
● Welcome visitors, provide museum introduction, and assist with group tours.
● Record the number of visitors to the museum and volunteer hours.
● Manage Gift Shop sales with cash and credit transactions, restock items, maintain presentation of gift shop.
● Coordinate office maintenance (equipment and supplies).
● Perform general clerical and financial record keeping.
● Process mail daily and take charge of bulk mailings.
● Format and type letters, reports, and procedural documentation to assist with Museum’s development.
● Enter data accurately into Museum database and develop effective reports and summaries.
● Coordinate Museum functions such as rentals, group tours (exhibits, walking tours, and police car tours,
etc.), and volunteers.
● Assist in preparing for, and cleaning up after, programs and events.
● Assist with other museum operations as needed.
● Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.

Marketing (30%)
● Manage marketing for Gift Shop, Museum programs, and events.
● Create posters, eblasts, social media posts, and all marketing aspects for events and programs.
● Collaborate with Executive Director on new events and programs.
● Write and distribute press releases.
● Document coverage and maintain press clippings file for the Archives.
● Maintain social media pages (Facebook, Instagram).
● Distribute posters locally and online.
● Maintain website blog, calendar, and events pages.
● Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.

Bookkeeping and Development (10%)
● Perform general development duties and recordkeeping, including but not limited to updating
membership/donor database and overseeing development-related correspondence.
● Fulfill basic bookkeeping tasks, including but not limited to logging revenue and expenses.
● Coordinate major fundraising mailings.

Required Qualifications
● At least one year of office experience a plus
● Bachelors or Associates degree in history, museum studies, education, or humanities preferred.
● Experience with non-profit organizations a plus
● Proficiency/Knowledge of Microsoft Office, Canva, Mailchimp, WordPress, and social media
● Experience with database and donor software, such as Past Perfect and Little Green Light
● Excellent verbal and written communication skills
● Must know general business practices, e.g., proper format for business letters, some accounting and
bookkeeping a plus.
● Must be physically able to lift and carry objects of and up to 30 lbs., climb stairs, stoop, bend, and perform other physical duties as appropriate.
● Ability to work a flexible schedule, including some weekends and evenings.

Behavioral Competencies
● Must be reliable, flexible, and punctual.
● Must be organized and accurate.
● Ability to learn and adjust “on-the-go” in a small museum environment.
● Ability to work independently and show initiative.
● Comfortable with technology and social media.
● Professional and courteous.
● Willingness to learn and try new things.
● Enthusiasm for museums and history.
● Excellent organizational, analytical, and problem-solving skills.
● Astute attention to detail and accuracy.
● Display integrity, discretion, and confidentiality regarding the organization, its mission, members, and donors.

Salary range: $35,000 per year
Job classification: Full-Time. 5 vacation days and 5 sick days. Federal holidays off (4th of July will be observed on the 5th).
Health insurance benefits will be offered in 2024.

To apply: Send a letter of interest, resume, and three references to
The Chagrin Falls Historical Society & Museum does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, disability, age, religion, or veteran/military status in its employment, programs, and activities. CFHSM is an inclusive workplace, and applicants with diverse backgrounds and experiences are strongly encouraged to apply

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Seasonal History Assistant, The Dawes Arboretum

The Dawes Arboretum is hiring a Seasonal History Assistant to provide historical interpretation, including museum tours and other public-facing educational activities. The Daweswood House Museum is a historic house that highlights the lives of our co-founders, Beman and Bertie Dawes. The History Center is an exhibit space that showcases Arboretum history.

Job Responsibilities:
Lead tours of the Daweswood House Museum.
Staff and monitor History Center exhibit space.
Lead engagement opportunities including pop-up programs.
Assist with programs, archival inventory, relocation and photography of historical objects as needed.

High school diploma/general education degree (GED), or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
An understanding and appreciation for public history.
Strong communication skills (verbal and interpersonal) for confident public speaking.
Ability to work weekends and some holidays.
Regular and predictable attendance is essential.

June 3, 2023, through October 19, 2023 (400 hours for 20 weeks.)
Hours are 11:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. (EST), Wednesday through Sunday.

This is a non-exempt, seasonal position, with a rate of pay of $15.00/hour.

To apply directly, please visit:

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Museum Manager, Westerville Public Library

REPORTS TO: Assistant Director
DIRECT REPORTS: Museum Specialist, Museum Associate
SALARY RANGE: Starting at $32/hr [R20]
STATUS: Full-time, Exempt
SCHEDULE: Typically works M-F; occasional weekends or evenings for events.

The Westerville History Museum’s mission is to preserve and share Westerville’s history through its collections of national and local interest. Every year, over 12,000 people visit the museum and have a chance to interact with the collections through exhibitions, programming, and research. The museum is in a wing of the library that was originally built in the 1850s as a home.

The Museum Manager is responsible for maintaining the collection of the Westerville History Museum and the Anti-Saloon League Museum and sharing these collections with the public through tours, programs, displays, online resources and research assistance.
• Envisions, interprets and anticipates community museum needs and develops programs, displays, printed pieces, online resources, and services to meet those needs.
• Collects materials for the Westerville History Museum and the Anti-Saloon League Museum within the collection policy and refers non-conforming materials to more appropriate museums/repositories.
• Maintains a collection management policy to ensure the quality of the collections and the way they are used, stored, organized and preserved.
• Prepares and presents programs on Westerville history and the temperance movement.
• Provides research assistance for customers.
• Provides support for educators using the Westerville History Museum and Anti-Saloon League collections through workshops and online curriculum materials.
• Records oral history interviews to add to the collection.
• Responsible for the care and custody of materials, furniture and equipment within the Westerville History Museum and Anti-Saloon League Museum.
• Seeks grants and other alternate funding sources to support existing and new collections & programs.
• Supervises the department staff and allocates specific work assignments and responsibilities pertaining to departmental operations and services.
• Interviews, hires, develops and evaluates department staff.
• Recommends policies, procedures and new services and advises the Assistant Director on department operations.
• Actively works with Marketing Manager to promote the Westerville History Museum and Anti-Saloon League Museum.
• Represents the department on the Advisory Council.
• Maintains a positive relationship with the Ohio History Center; the Westerville Historical Society and other appropriate organizations.
• Acts as liaison with the Westerville Historical Society and serves as an ex-officio member of the Society’s board.
• Makes recommendations regarding the facility to preserve the longevity of the collection.

• College Degree in History or a related field required. Master’s Degree in History, Library Science or related field strongly preferred.
• Three years of experience in a Public Library, Museum or Historical Society setting.
• Two years of experience in a team environment as a working manager/supervisor.
• Expertise in conducting historical research in archives and libraries.
• Experience creating public displays of information using physical, video, and digital tools.
• Experience in creating/managing a range of programs, including, but not limited to educational and outreach activities, exhibitions, and online initiatives.
• Understanding of cataloging/collection database methods and best practices.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills.
• Demonstrated ability to build relationships and lead collaborative initiatives internally and externally to leverage support for and participation in programs.
• Ability to resolve conflict effectively between staff members and resolve customer complaints.
• Must possess the skills to independently plan, analyze and structure staff
assignments to provide efficient and effective library service.

• Technology: Demonstrates intermediate computer skills coupled with an understanding and knowledge of museum provided equipment and software.
• Proficiency in video software, social media platforms, digital collections, and online curriculum guides is needed to be successful in this role.
• Teamwork: The ability to work collaboratively with others, including other departments, to achieve organizational and department goals.
• Equity, Diversity & Inclusion: Commitment to interact appropriately, fairly, and equitably with all; the ability to demonstrate and foster respect for all individuals and points of view.
• Ethics: Commitment to the Ohio Ethics Law and the basic ethics and values of library service.
• Intellectual Freedom: The understanding and support of the museum’s role in providing free and equal access to ideas, information, resources, and services, from all points of view, without restriction, to every individual.
• Organizational Awareness: The knowledge of and ability to support the library’s mission, vision, culture, and structure; a comprehensive awareness of the library’s policies and procedures.
• Leadership: The ability to set and model high performance standards characterized by integrity, and to earn trust and respect of others by coaching, inspiring, and empowering teams of people to achieve strategic objectives.

• Physical requirements include: moderate activity work – exerting up to 30 pounds of force occasionally and/or negligible amount of force frequently to carry, lift, push, pull or otherwise move objects.
• Periodically requires leading a local area tour of up to three miles in any type of weather.
• Standing for long periods may be required on an occasional basis.
• The worker is required to have close visual acuity to perform an activity such as: viewing a computer terminal; extensive reading.

To apply for this position go to
The Westerville Public Library is an equal opportunity employer.

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Executive Director, Ross County Historical Society

Director’s job classification: full-time; salaried

Target start date: May 15, 2023

Posting end date: March 17, 2023

Salary: $55,000 – $65,000 commensurate with education and experience; sick leave, personal leave, vacation leave, and paid holidays are included.

Organizational profile: The Ross County Historical Society, a non-profit organization, was founded in 1896 to commemorate the centennial of the founding of the city of Chillicothe, Ohio, and to preserve and promote the study of the history of the city, Ross County, and the surrounding region. In its 127-year history the Society has acquired and exhibited an exceptional collection of artifacts and documents reflecting not only the city and county’s rich history but also the building of the Northwest Territory and the beginning of the State of Ohio. The museum collection is enriched by its McKell Library, which has holdings of more than 17,000 books,11,000 archival documents, and 20,000 photographs. Of six other structures, two are the Franklin House built in 1907 in the Arts and Crafts style and the Knoles log house which was constructed in the early 1820’s. More information is available at

Position description: The Ross County Historical Society is seeking a dynamic Director to work with a staff that includes a full-time curator, part-time paid membership secretary/archivist, part-time volunteer librarian/historian, and five part-time paid museum docents.

Preferred educational experience: A master’s degree in museum studies, public
history, or related field and five years of museum work experience is preferred. Also,
knowledge/experience in the current best practices of historical building
preservation and maintenance is desirable.

Minimum requirements:
• The ability to work harmoniously, collaboratively, and cooperatively with fellow employees, volunteers, the Board of Trustees, and the public.
• Possess nonprofit accounting experience including hands on budget management, budget preparation and analysis – budget decision making and reporting skills are also necessary.
• A strong background in planning, developing, promoting, and operating comprehensive year-round operations of a historical organization and its programs and services.
• Experience with museum operations, exhibit design, and collections management.
• Knowledge of museum ethics, standards, and professional practices.
• Familiarity with collections management software, programs necessary to create text and spreadsheet documents, digital tools for developing online awareness/programs for the organization, and computer and video equipment skills needed for the presentation of programs and virtual meetings.
• A strong public service orientation.
• The ability to manage varied and wide-ranging duties and have the flexibility to deal with unexpected, but necessary changes of plans.
• Being detail oriented.
• Use effective communication and writing skills.
• A willingness to relocate.

Job duties:
• Serve as the chief administrative officer reporting to the organization’s Board of Trustees.
• Responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the organization and for implementing a progressive program for museum exhibitions, tours, research projects, collections management, educational activities, volunteer coordination and community outreach.
• Develop and maintain professional relationships with the paid staff, volunteers, community, and city, county, and state officials.
• Supervise staff, volunteers, and interns and are responsible for all hiring, training, and terminations; maintain all appropriate personnel records.
• Ensure that the organization’s policies are followed and that such policies are reviewed and revised as needed.
• Manage, secure, and maintain all property and facilities of the organization, as well as the historical collections held in public trust.
• Monitor all the organization’s property for maintenance issues, and in conjunction with the maintenance committee, ensure that an effective maintenance program is followed; report all important maintenance issues to the Board of Trustees
• Oversee maintenance and repairs which includes being able to work alone, with other staff or volunteers, or by hiring and overseeing the work of contractors.
• Maintain accurate records for the collections, admissions, donations, loans, budgets, and projects.
• Ensure the museum and archives operations are following best practices and standards.
• Attend all meetings of the Board of Trustees and committees.
• Work collaboratively with the Board to achieve the organization’s goals.
• Present a director’s report at monthly Board meetings and an annual director’s report at the annual membership meeting each April.
• Serve as the chief spokesperson and advocate for the organization.
• Establish strong partnerships in the community and enhance the public image to expand interest and support.
• Manage/oversee all the organization’s correspondence.
• Oversee public relations, marketing, and fundraising campaigns.
• Direct the development and implementation of communications, marketing, and graphic design work related to the organization’s programs and services.
• Manage/oversee the publication and distribution of a quarterly newsletter to the membership.
• Manage the organization’s social media accounts.
• Manage partnerships with professional organizations, other nonprofits, and foster opportunities for future collaborations.
• Monitor all expenses and receipts with the organization’s treasurer and provide a monthly financial report to the treasurer.
• Develop, in conjunction with the Finance Committee, an annual operating budget to submit to the Board of Trustees.
• Seek and prepare grant applications.
• Develop and make recommendations for programming, events, partnerships, and other opportunities for the organization.
• Ensure that all the organization’s activities and programming are welcoming, equitable, and accessible to all, while actively working to identify and build strong relationships and partnerships with the diverse communities that are served.
• Responsible for all other duties as assigned by the Board of Trustees.

How to apply:
For full consideration submit by March 15, 2023. Email a resume, cover letter, and three references to: Please write” Museum Director Application” in the subject line.

An acknowledgement will be sent when the resume is received and reviewed. If within four days of submission an acknowledgement has not been received, please call or text 740-851-3263 and leave a detailed message.

All applications will be treated confidentially and references will only be contacted after notification of job finalists.

The Ross County Historical Society is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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