Hull Lifesaving Museum seeks a passionate, energetic and
highly skilled Executive Director to lead the organization into its next phase.
HLM has a 36 year record of creating and operating high-quality maritime programming,
including historical, educational and social services, based on the legacy of
Joshua James and the Point Allerton Lifesaving Station – focusing on the
attributes of skills, courage and caring. Current programs include on-the-water
youth and adult rowing/educational programs, an intensive case management,
educational and job training program for adjudicated youth, and an active
collection and exhibits at the museum itself. Programs take place in both Hull
Provide leadership, inspiration, and focus for the
organization as a whole.
Work with Board members to create support for the organization
in the community.
Expand Board membership to increase community support.
Oversee five senior staff who lead the three core programs,
development and finance/administration.
Manage the organization’s budget.
Act as primary spokesperson for organization.
Develop and maintain effective partnerships related to
Evaluate program’s accomplishments based on results-driven
Skills and Attributes:
Minimum of 10 years results-driven leadership and management experience, particularly in the non-profit sector. Experience in a maritime-related field a plus.
Proven experience raising funds from government sources, foundations, corporations and individuals.
Demonstrated skills in consensus and community-building initiatives.
Successful experience working with and building an active, engaged board of directors.
Excellent oral and written communications.
Well-developed understanding of the use and value of technology in non-profit operations.
How To Apply:
To apply: Resumes and cover letters describing relevant skills and attributes to Sue Heilman, Interim Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
May 20, 2014
About this Organization:
The Hull Lifesaving Museum The museum preserves and interprets the region's lifesaving heritage and broader maritime history through exhibits, collections, youth and adult programming, and experiential education.