EXECUTIVE DIRECTORCARPENTERS’ COMPANY OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA
Founded in 1724 as a guild, The Carpenters’ Company of the City and County of Philadelphia is one of the country’s most historically significant nonprofit organizations. By preserving and interpreting Carpenters’ Hall, its unique membership of architects, engineers, and builders celebrate their preeminent role in the American story past and future; Pulitzer Prize-winning public historian David McCollough calls Carpenters’ Hall “the acorn of our nation.” The organization is seeking an Executive Director who is passionate about Carpenters’ Hall and is an energetic and strategic change leader.
The candidate will be the Company’s leading voice and champion, enhancing the organization’s identity and relationships both locally and nationally. As such, passion for American History and The Company’s place in that history is crucial. They will be able to work with the membership to develop a shared vision for the future.
The Executive Director will lead the Company’s financial and programmatic growth to meet member and community needs and to position of the Hall as a preeminent historic site, as the Company transitions from a volunteer-driven to a professionalized nonprofit with relevance in today’s world.
Among the Executive Director’s areas of responsibilities are:
Mission and Strategy
The Carpenters’ Company is an EEO Employer.
Desired start date: May 2019
Submissions of interest will consist of a resume and cover letter with salary expectations.
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