🔗Senior Preservation Services Manager
Website Historic New England
Why Historic New England? At Historic New England, we celebrate the region’s diverse stories and rich cultural heritage. As we work externally reexamining our shared past to build a better future, internally we place focus on cultivating a powerful, inclusive, and diverse team experience. We are a team that prioritizes taking the time to celebrate our successes — both big and small — as we grow together and learn from one another.
The Senior Preservation Services Manager is responsible for the following primary functions and other duties as assigned:
- Delivers creative, goal-driven live and virtual public programs that advance strategic priorities and expand Historic New England’s network and impact throughout the region and beyond.
- Manages program development for the Historic New England Summit and related outreach work including researching, evaluating, and refining themes and topics, and developing novel and creative formats for content delivery. Acts as a key point of contact in recruiting high-level professional speakers from initial invitation through to confirmation and participation at programs.
- Drives content development including managing project team materials and work plans, and communicating with program stakeholders to ensure effective, efficient coordination between content development and other aspects of program production. Assesses the effectiveness of programs to refine strategy for future convenings.
- Manages engagement with members and community stakeholders including researching and responding to public and internal preservation inquiries related to architectural history, building maintenance, and historic preservation advocacy issues.
- Manages assigned properties in Historic New England’s Preservation Easement Program including completing site visits, reviewing requests for approval of repairs and alterations to easement properties, and monitoring insurance requirements.