🔗Regional Program Manager
HistoriCorps®, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, works to foster a preservation ethic in all through training volunteers, students, and youth in historic preservation skills, and then puts those skills to work to save historic places for generations to come. HistoriCorps partners with federal, state, and local land management agencies to provide educational and outdoor opportunities and preserve historic resources. From our Morrison, CO headquarters, we coordinate and instruct projects on public lands throughout the United States.
Duties include but are not limited to:
1. Program Management:
- Develop and cultivate relationships with regional partners to identify mission- appropriate projects and workforces
- Ensure HistoriCorps financial success by aligning regional operating expenses with project revenue and supporting organizational regional and national fundraising efforts
- Work collaboratively to develop and implement new regional and national programs to engage a larger audience in support of HistoriCorps’ mission
- Supervise additional regional staff including seasonal and full-time project coordinator(s)
2. Develop and Manage Projects
- Establish and cultivate relationships with project partners
- Develop and submit project scopes of work and budgets in compliance with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Treatment of Historic Properties with Guidelines for Preserving, Rehabilitating, Restoring, and Reconstructing Historic Buildings (SOIS)
- Make site visit(s) and develop condition assessments, project scopes of work and estimates as requested by partner
- Provide logistical and administrative support to Field Staff and partner during project execution
- Coordinate travel logistics for Field Staff
- Procure materials and arrange deliveries to site in advance of Field Staff arrival
- Identify, vet, and hire subcontractors when needed.
- Prepare and make available to Field Staff pre-project files such as Work Plan, Safety Plan, and Emergency Action Plan
- Coordinate and facilitate communications between?Field Staff, suppliers, subcontractor(s) (if any), and project partner
- Monitor budgets during project
- Ensure that all construction complies with?HistoriCorps’ and Sponsors’ site safety programs and policies, SOIS, and construction industry standards and practices
- Prepare and submit final performance reports
- Maintain constant contact with project partners and Director of Operations from project inception to final report
- Actively seek Quality Control Management (QCM) measures to improve internal outcomes.
- Assist with migrating all project planning into appropriate, chosen project management software
- Assist in the development and continual improvement of accountable, fail-safe planning and tracking documents, covering partnership contact through pre-construction planning to final performance report and project closeout
- Represent HistoriCorps with partner, supplier, and sponsor relationships, and at workshops, conferences, and informal gatherings of preservation professionals, volunteers, donors, and friends of HistoriCorps
3. Managing Field Staff
- Support Director of Workforce Engagement and Communications in the hiring of Field Staff as necessary
- Support Field Staff on projects including but not limited to project emergencies, vehicle breakdowns, equipment and materials procurement, relationships with partners, construction issues, conflict management and/or any other issues that arise which may impact project success
- Be available to Field Staff at all times during project season. When not available, ensure another PM is available and Field Staff have their contact information.
- Assist in annual Field Staff Training and project specific training as needed