Historic Albany Foundation (HAF) is seeking a creative nonprofit executive to lead the organization and establish a renewed vision for its future. The ideal candidate will be an experienced director, possess collaborative, strategic and entrepreneurial skills, and have a passion for historic preservation and a deep commitment to the mission of the organization. This full-time, salaried position reports directly to the President and Board of Directors and is based at HAF’s offices at 89 Lexington Avenue in Albany.
Established in 1974, Historic Albany Foundation is a private, nonprofit, membership organization whose mission is to preserve and protect buildings that have architectural, historic, or civic value. HAF fulfills this mandate through technical assistance, education, and advocacy. The organization’s ongoing efforts include lectures and tours, workshops, special events, an awards program, technical and research expertise, publications, and operation of the retail Architectural Parts Warehouse. Notable successes have included advocating for the redevelopment of Wellington Row, acquiring and protecting the Van Ostrande-Radliff House, and partnering on Breathing Lights, a multi-city art installation project that raised awareness of the issue of vacant buildings.
The full job description and application instructions are available in PDF format HERE or via HAF's website.
The deadline to apply is September 28, 2018 at 5:00PM.
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