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Alamo Trust, Inc.
San Antonio, Texas, United States
(on-site)
Member Company
18 hours ago
Job Type
Full-Time
Salary
$60,000.00 - $70,000.00
Min Experience
5-7 Years
Min Education
H.S. Diploma/Equivalent
Salary - Type
Yearly Salary
Job Function
Director/Administration

Description

The Director of Living History and Learning Programs (“Director”) will be a critical member of the Education and Interpretation team at Alamo Trust. The Director will lead and oversee all administrative, managerial, and performance-based aspects of the Living History and Learning Programs Department. This includes strategic planning, project management, creation and execution of Living History and Learning Programs goals, program and staff management. The Living History and Learning Programs Department is tasked with identifying and sharing key aspects of the Alamo’s history with the public in an engaging and accurate manner, for both informal and formal learners, including tourists, school students and teachers on a daily basis.

The Department is also responsible for activating the Alamo Plaza, Grounds, and Living History encampment through content development of living history talks, daily assignments (i.e. medicine, soldiers pack, weapons, textiles, games, drill, etc.), ongoing persona research, and annual monthly events (i.e. Rodeo Roundup, Losoya Day, Commemoration, Texas Trades, and Homemade Christmas among others).

DUTIES, RESPONSIBILITIES & ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

·         Lead team rooted in Alamo mission prioritizing core values of respect, authenticity, accountability, integrity, excellence, and one team

·         Organize and administer the overall operations of the Living History and Learning Programs Department, providing strategic oversight and development of all such programs at the Alamo

·         Work closely with other Alamo teams, especially the Archaeology, Collections, Education, Interpretation, Guest Experience, and Volunteers to create and execute Living History and Learning Programs in line the Alamo Trust’s mission

·         Communicate clearly with Living History team members, volunteers, department leads, and stakeholders about upcoming programs, projects, and events

·         Submit and update event publicity, copy, and imagery in a timely manner

·         Develop and document all policies and procedures relevant to all Living History and Learning Programs operations including volunteer support

·         Assemble and analyze relevant data and prepare reports for delivery to CEO and Board of Directors

·         Develop and maintain department budget and procurement

·         Identify and administer appropriate performance metrics and quality assurance procedures

·         Manage, recruit, train, and schedule Living History and Learning Programs staff

·         Coordinate with other senior staff as necessary

·         Implement security, emergency, and training procedures related to Living History and Learning Programs team members

·         Assist with special events and activities requiring Living History participation

·         Design programmatic options to enhance the visitor experience thru Living History and Learning Programs interpretation and the operational components necessary to implement those designs

·         Maintain all equipment and supplies to provide the best Living History experience possible

·         Prepare and distribute Living History and Learning Programs staff communications

·         Liaise with the Volunteer Program Manager and Director of Guest Experience daily

  • Prepare periodic Committee/Executive-level reports, presentations, and/or agendas on budgeting, system performance, proposed improvements, and any necessary further analysis, as needed
  • Review and assist in the preparation of correspondence, contracts, and public materials, as requested.


Requirements

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master’s Degree strongly preferred, Bachelor’s Degree required in appropriate field
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience with significant responsibility in a living history, museum education; exhibition management environment preferred
  • Outstanding written and verbal communication skills for internal staff communication, public facing program copy, and with Alamo guests on site
  • Direct experience managing staff or other small management skills
  • Strong experience in historical interpretation and public history
  • Ideal candidate will be a proactive and collaborative leader who excels at working in a dynamic and changing environment
  • Ability to manage and/or contribute to a high volume of complex tasks and prioritizing workflow and a wide range of projects at any given time in a fast-paced office environment
  • Exceptional attention to detail and meticulous work ethic
  • Excellent training and well-developed mentorship skills that support creative approaches for working with adults, families, education staff and general museum audiences alike are imperative
  • Demonstrated ability to manage the everyday details of a department while focusing on the highest quality result
  • Excellent problem-solving, communication and interpersonal skills are essential
  •          Strong strategic thinking skills with ability to actualize plans in a successful manner
  •          Ability to multi-task and to work well in a high-profile environment
  •          Strong team-orientation and professional attitude
  •          Outstanding and demonstrated academic and professional performance
  •          Proficiency in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Office 365
Job ID: 73246671

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