Main Street Coordinator - If you followed the twists and turns of the state budget last year, especially as it relates to heritage, you know that the Main Street program was endangered. Luckily, it moved to the Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation, and will be managed by the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation. Here's the position description: The Main Street Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating and delivering services primarily to Washington State Main Street members as well as build interest in downtown revitalization statewide. He or she will be responsible for promoting the program, aid communities in forming local Main Street revitalization efforts, and document progress based on national standards. Main Street is a program of the Washington State Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation that is managed by the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation. The Main Street Coordinator will be hired by the Washington Trust as an independent contractor for a one-year period. The position may be extended at the end of year one if funding is available. The Main Street Coordinator will report directly to the Washington Trust Executive Director and will work in close collaboration with the Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer. The successful candidate must live in or move to Washington State. Relocation to Seattle is not required. To apply, submit a cover letter and resume to Jennifer Meisner, Executive Director, by July 9, 2010.
Administrator, Ezra Meeker Historical Society - Part-time position; duties include supervision of staff, recruitment, training and coordination of volunteers; general administration of the society; evaluation and implementation of historical programs and activities; curatorial duties which include the preservation and restoration of the Meeker Mansion. Screening of applications will begin immediately. E-mail your resume.
Grants Manager and Development Manager, Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience.
EMP | Experience Music Project Adult Audience Specialist - As a member of the education department, the Adult Audience Specialist is an active exhibition team participant, designing innovative gallery experiences and museum programs for adults and general visitors. The specialist will work with museum curators and educators to plan, and develop content related to both the museum's music- and science fiction-related exhibitions. In addition, the specialist will collaborate closely with the education staff to help the department design and deliver a full range of complementary programs that meet the needs of adult audiences. This is a temporary, part-time position (30 hours per week) July 1, 2010 - December 31, 2011. More information at . To apply, E-mail resume and cover letter referencing "Audience" in the subject line.