Hancock Shaker Village

P.O. Box 927Route 20
Pittsfield, MA 01202

Date Posted:
August 01, 2019

Western Massachusetts



Program Coordinator


Hancock Shaker Village seeks a self-motivated and detail-oriented Program Coordinatorto manage the Robert G. Wilmers Integrity Prize. The Robert G. Wilmers Integrity Prize was established in July 2019 to honor and celebrate the legacy of the late Robert G. Wilmers, former Chairman and CEO of M&T Bank and a beloved member of the Berkshires community. A cash prize will be awarded annually to an individual who exemplifies personal and professional integrity in one of the following fields: art and architecture, social justice and reform, healthcare, music, education, agriculture, commerce, conservation, and sustainability. The Program Coordinator will manage all administrative aspects of the Prize, including but not limited to:

· Serving as staff contact for Prize Selection Committee

· Receiving and organizing nominations

· Researching nominees and performing due diligence

· Writing research reports and other materials

· Preparing nominations materials for Selection Committee

· Scheduling meetings of the Selection Committee and Board of Directors

· Organizing and executing events, including annual event in New York and possible convening in the Berkshires

· Assisting with fundraising activities

· Other duties as assigned

Preferred candidates will be self-starters who work well both independently and collaboratively. Superior writing skills, attention to detail, discretion, a professional demeanor, and strong research skills are essential. 
How To Apply:
Please send your resume, writing sample, three references, and a cover letter to Nick Stagliano atnstagliano@hancockshakervillage.org. This position is full time with benefits. Hancock Shaker Village is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Apply by:
August 16, 2019
To be determined
About this Organization:
HSV is an accredited museum, National Historic Landmark and three-star Michelin destination serving 50,000+ onsite visitors in its 6 ½ month season and 100,000 unique website visitors all year; public programs include museum visits, school group tours, motor coach tours, audio and iPad tours, interpreter training, volunteer engagement, membership, daily craft demonstrations, films, exhibitions, classes, seminars, workshops, fairs, farm-to-table suppers, community supported agriculture, graduate program in Historic Preservation, café and store on site, and more.