Closing date and time:
Flexible; roughly 10 hours per week for a maximum number of 520, with the exact schedule to be determined.
The Louisa County Historical Society is seeking an organized, enthusiastic program manager to oversee the society’s grant-funded African-American history initiatives. This is a multifaceted endeavor involving community outreach, volunteer and project coordination, public programming, digital content creation, historical research and writing, and budgeting. The program manager will be in direct communication with a community advisory council and LCHS staff.
The program manager’s primary focus will be as a liaison between the community advisory council and the historical society and to oversee the implementation of public history projects chosen as a result of the partnership between the community advisory council and the historical society. The program manager will work with the historical society’s director to achieve the selected project goals. The program manager will also work with the bookkeeper to ensure accurate recording of grant expenditures and with the volunteer and program coordinator to ensure accurate recording of volunteer hours.
HOW TO APPLY:
• Include the title of the position in the email subject field
• Please state the location where job posting was seen
• Send a cover letter and resume by 12/02/2020 to Karleen Kovalcik, Executive Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Louisa County Historical Society is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, disability, national origin, veteran status or any other basis covered by appropriate law.