The New England Historic Genealogical Society is seeking a Director of Education and Programs to lead, plan, and coordinate dynamic programing including genealogical and historical seminars, national and international research tours, and online education offerings.
Job responsibilities include program design and planning; budget preparation; promotional material design and dissemination; travel to and from program and tour locations, administrative oversight of program registration processes, and correspondence with participants and supplemental education and tour service providers.
The position requires excellent written and verbal communication skills; the ability to organize and prioritize tasks; and extreme attention to detail. The ideal candidate will have experience planning public programs, events and tours and have an affinity for if not an expertise in American history, and be comfortable working in the environment of a nonprofit, cultural institution
Candidates must demonstrate ability to work with a wide range of individuals, including staff colleagues, senior management, donors; vendors; members; and prospective program participants.
Experience with Microsoft Office suite, website content management systems, customer relationship management software; budget preparation and financial record keeping skills; and time management skills are required. Domestic and international travel required.
Send resume and cover letter to:Michelle MajorHuman Resources CoordinatorNew England Historic Genealogical Society99–101 Newbury StreetBoston, MA, firstname.lastname@example.org.
To manage a full portfolio of 150+ nationwide donors and prospects by planning their qualification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship on behalf of the New England Historic Genealogical Society/AmericanAncestors.org
Interested and qualified candidates are encouraged to submit a letter of interest, a current resume and a list of three references to:Michelle MajorHuman Resources CoordinatorNew England Historic Genealogical Society99–101 Newbury StreetBoston, MA, email@example.com.
NEHGS is looking for full and part time researchers who will be responsible for conducting research for the NEHGS Research Services Department (completing a minimum of 20–25 billable hours per week for full time). The ideal candidate should have a thorough knowledge of genealogical skills, techniques, and sources; and be able to efficiently conduct research in the time allotted by clients.
Dependent on experience
Send cover letter, resume, and a written sample of genealogical research toMichelle MajorHuman Resources CoordinatorNew England Historic Genealogical Societymmajor@nehgs.org.