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🔗Camp Santanoni Historic Site Manager

  • Full Time
  • Adirondack region, NYS
  • $44,000 - $46,000 USD / Year
  • March 3, 2023
  • Job Summary: The Camp Santanoni Historic Site Manager is a new position created with grant funding to strengthen our management and interpretation of Camp Santanoni. This position is based in NYS's Adirondack region with a hybrid work option & regular travel.
  • Job Qualifications:

    Qualifications: Qualified applicants will demonstrate educational background and/or professional experience working in museums, historic sites, and/or historic preservation. The competitive candidate will enjoy regular interactions with the public, be self-motivated and well organized with strong time management skills, an excellent communicator in writing and public speaking, comfortable with social media, proficient in digital photography and Microsoft Office with a willingness to learn new computer programs, comfortable working independently and in a rural community. A valid driver’s license and personal vehicle is required (travel reimbursement at federal rates).

  • How to Apply:

    To Apply: Please submit the following to Erin Tobin, Executive Director, via email erin@aarch.org, by Friday, March 3, 2023, with the subject line “Camp Santanoni Historic Site Manager Application”:

    • Cover letter responding to this position description
    • Resume
    • Three references (confidential pending applicant interview)

    Preferred start date before June 1, 2023.

  • Job benefits: full individual health care benefit coverage, including vision and dental, a 403b retirement plan with a contribution match up to 3% of salary. We also offer 2 weeks vacation after 6 months (rising to 3 weeks after one year of employment), 12 sick days and 13 paid holidays per year
  • Physical Demands / Work Environment: Physical position requirements include the ability to travel 5 miles one-way into the Santanoni main camp by foot or bicycle (only limited administrative motorized access allowed on Newcomb Lake Rd into camp).
  • Contact Name: Erin Tobin
  • Application Email: erin@aarch.org
  • Application URL: https://aarch.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/Santanoni-Site-Manager-Position-Description-2022_.pdf

Website Adirondack Architectural Heritage

Adirondack Architectural Heritage (AARCH) is the nonprofit historic preservation organization for New York State’s Adirondack region. Formed in 1990, AARCH has a mission to promote better public understanding, appreciation and stewardship of the Adirondacks’ unique and diverse architectural heritage. We preserve the architecture and communities of the Adirondacks through education, action, and advocacy. AARCH has an active and engaged membership of over 1300. AARCH membership is made up of people who care about the region’s architecture, communities, history, and quality of life. Our members are year- round and seasonal residents, organizations, local governments, businesses, and others who love the Adirondack region. AARCH’s offices are in Keeseville (Clinton County), New York.

Responsibilities:

  • Develop and administer comprehensive interpretive programs and exhibits, including determination of interpretive themes, audience identification, special events, educational programs, and other activities to fulfill the interpretation, focusing on the people, stories, and themes currently under-represented in Camp Santanoni’s interpretive materials.
  • Deliver interpretive tours of the site, including the Gate Lodge, Farm, and Main Camp complexes
  • Engage in small hands-on maintenance projects as needed
  • Manage capital restoration and maintenance in coordination with the Executive Director and Santanoni Partners (AARCH, Town of Newcomb, NYS DEC)
  • Hire, train and supervise seasonal staff in coordination with the Executive Director
  • Work with the Santanoni Interpretive Coordinator and Santanoni Committee Chair to manage the Friends of Camp Santanoni volunteer group
  • Engage in public outreach and site marketing, in particular growing regional connections with partners such as the Adirondack Ecological Center at SUNY ESF, Newcomb Historical Museum, Adirondack Experience
  • Create and implement a site fundraising plan
  • Communicate externally through the AARCH and Great Camp Santanoni websites, email newsletters, and social media
  • Update and produce printed materials for the site as needed

Primary Objectives:

  • Expand static and dynamic interpretive offerings, including signage (orientation, interpretation, etc.) and special programming to draw new audiences
  • Advance capital restoration projects
  • Provide on-site leadership, training, and assistance to summer staff
  • Develop and coordinate a group of volunteers who can assist with hands-on or interpretive needs

Adirondack Architectural Heritage is an equal-opportunity employer. We value a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture. AARCH encourages applications from all qualified individuals, in particular racial and ethnic minorities under-represented in our profession, and will consider all applications without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, disability, veteran status and record of arrest or conviction, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.

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