Website Preservation New Jersey
Preservation New Jersey promotes the economic vitality, sustainability, and heritage of New Jersey’s diverse communities through advocacy and education.
The ideal candidate will be responsible for the overall management of Preservation New Jersey, including but not limited to the following:
• Development (e.g. membership growth, fundraising appeals, grant management, etc.)
• Website and Social Media content management
• Communications, including quarterly newsletter, and intermittent information emails, coordinating online meetings, internal and external written correspondence
• Board meeting agenda and materials (6 per year)
• Coordination with and attending meetings of allied organizations
• Experience working with diverse communities, heritage tourism, and maintenance of historic properties
• Annual Preservation Awards (ceremony in October)
• 10 Most Endangered Historic Places in NJ (announcement in May)
• Educational tours and workshops
• Delegating and organizing various duties and assignments with the Office Manager
• Coordinating grant applications with the Development Director
The role of Executive Director will be structured as an independent contractor, with acknowledgment and understanding that all taxes, including but not limited to federal, state, and federal self-employment taxes, will be the responsibility of the successful candidate. Compensation will be commensurate with experience and is structured as a part-time role based upon an expectation of 700 hours annually. It is also acknowledged that as an independent contractor no medical coverage, unemployment or other benefits that may be applicable in an employer-employee relationship will be available. Most work can be completed remotely with occasional visits to Trenton, New Jersey. To apply please email a cover letter, resume, and optional writing sample to the Preservation New Jersey Board President, Paul Muir, email@example.com.