Job Title: Part-Time Executive Director
Organization: The Friends of San Juan National Historic Site
Location: San Juan, Puerto Rico
The Friends of San Juan National Historic Site is seeking a passionate and experienced part-time Executive Director to lead our nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving and promoting the historic and cultural heritage of the San Juan National Historic Site in Puerto Rico. This organization is a non-profit organization that supports the National Park Service in the preservation, promotion, and protection of the historic and cultural resources of San Juan National Historic Site.
Strategic Planning and Management: Develop and implement a strategic plan that aligns with the mission and vision of the organization, set organizational goals and objectives, and develop and manage budgets to achieve them.
Fundraising and Resource Development: Develop and implement a comprehensive fundraising strategy, including grant writing, donor stewardship, and corporate partnerships, to secure the financial resources needed to support the organization’s mission and programs.
Advocacy and Community Engagement: Serve as the primary spokesperson for the organization, build strong relationships with key stakeholders, including local and national governments, community organizations, and individuals, and advocate for the organization’s mission and programs.
Program Management: Oversee the development and implementation of educational and outreach programs, volunteer engagement, and other initiatives that support the preservation and promotion of the San Juan National Historic Site.
Board of Directors and Staff Management: Work closely with the Board of Directors to ensure effective governance, provide regular updates on organizational activities, and foster a positive and collaborative organizational culture. Additionally, recruit, supervise, and evaluate staff and contractors to ensure the effective delivery of programs and services.
Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field such as nonprofit management, history, or cultural studies; Master’s degree preferred.
Minimum of five years of experience in nonprofit leadership, preferably in a similar organization or cultural institution.
Demonstrated success in fundraising, grant writing, and donor stewardship.
Strong organizational and project management skills with the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
Excellent interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills with the ability to engage with a diverse group of stakeholders.
Passion for the preservation and promotion of cultural heritage and historical sites.
Fluency in English and Spanish.
This is a part-time, remote/hybrid position with competitive pay. The Executive Director will report to the Board of Directors and work closely with the National Park Service. If you are interested in this opportunity, please submit your resume, cover letter, and three professional references to firstname.lastname@example.org.