Adirondack Architectural Heritage (AARCH) welcomes applications for the position of Administrative Director. AARCH is the regional, nonprofit, historic preservation organization for the beautiful and diverse Adirondack region of New York State with a mission to further public understanding, appreciation, and stewardship of the Adirondacks’ unique architectural and cultural heritage, communities, and historic sites through educational programs, advocacy, technical assistance, and partnership projects. The architectural legacy of the Adirondacks includes not only nationally recognized rustic “Great Camps” but also the wide variety of structures that embody the whole range of human experience in the region, including homes and farmsteads, churches, commercial buildings, town halls, libraries, bridges, railroad buildings, lighthouses, and industrial sites.
AARCH seeks a highly dedicated professional with a demonstrated administrative and office management experience to join our four-person team. The Administrative Director is responsible for a variety of management duties including membership, finances, programming assistance, personnel, communications, and project work, all of which are critical to AARCH’s effectiveness as a nonprofit organization.
The AARCH office building is a beautifully restored historic stone building on the Ausable River in Keeseville and includes offices, a gallery space, meeting room, and resource center.
More information: https://www.aarch.org/about/office/careers/administrative-director
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